ISBN 9781912450305
Pages 26
Dimensions 203 x 203mm
Illustrations Colour Illustrations
Published 2020
Publisher Salaam Publishing, UK
Format Paperback

Samad in the Forest: English-Sesotho Bilingual Edition

Pule Hara Moro

by Mohammed Umar

Samad loved animals. His dream was to spend a whole day in a forest and sleep in the treehouse. Follow Samad as he embarked on this adventure where he made wonderful friends and amazing discoveries. Going into a forest has never been so much fun.

Toro ya Pule e ne e le ho ya qeta letsatsi lohle a le morung, a kopana le diphoofolo, a ithuta kamoo di phelang ka teng mme a bile a robala tlung ya sefate. Molaetsa ona o ile wa fetisetswa ho diphoofolo tse neng di phela morung oo mme he toro ya hae e ile ya phethahala. Bala pale ena mme o utlwe kamoo tshibollo ya hae e bileng ka teng.

A bilingual edition of this book is available in the following languages: Acholi, Akwapim, Amharic, Asante, Ewe, Fante, Gikuyu, Hausa, Igbo, Kalenjin, Kirundi, Luganda, Oromo, Swahili, Tigrinya, Yoruba.

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About the Author

Mohammed Umar

Mohammed Umar was born in Azare in Nigeria’s Bauchi State. He studied political science at Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Nigeria. He then graduated with an M.A. in journalism from Moscow State University (1991) and M.A. in political economy from Middlesex University, UK (1996). Mohammed Umar served as a judge for the Caine Prize for African Writing in 2009 and he was the winner of the Muslim News Award for Excellence in Arts in 2010. He lives in London.