This colorful and exciting picture book uses a story-based approach to introduce children about traditional and cultural dress in Tigrinya language. The short story is about a girl named Lula who helps her mother to make cotton threads. The threads are used to make traditional dress such as a zuria. This illustrated Tigrinya book is aimed at young children and young readers because it uses both text and illustrations to present the story. It uses simple Tigrinya sentence structures with fewer than 500 words and illustrations for children to enjoy reading. The story is designed to explore many commonly used artifacts and cultural icons from East Africa (Ethiopia and Eritrea). (Note: Fulfillment through “print on demand (POD)” printing service)
Zuria N’Gual Hafti Lula
The book is translated to Tigrinya. It comes as a hardcover format.
|Dimensions||10 × 8 × 0.25 in|
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