Annick Press (2011), 48 pages
Describes the inventions created by the peoples of Africa in hunting, agriculture, architecture, metalwork, medicine, the arts, and other fields, and how they have spread through the world and continue to fit into modern African civilization.
48 p.; 8.5 inches
1554512778 / 9781554512775
LibraryThing member Sullywriter
Interesting and informative.
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