My Autobiography by Dudley Lameck
A Personal Journey in Life of a Poor African Boy

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This book is unique, refreshing, and exciting of its kind, than most of the children’s and teenage books that have been published. It is educational and very informative about Tanzania National Parks and wildlife reservation areas and Zanzibar, the Spice Island. The story takes the reader to view wildlife in six famous parks, the best time of the year to visit, and is able to see the type of accommodation available. It teaches children, teenagers, and young adults to appreciate nature and become responsible individuals by taking good care of the environment and the preservation of wildlife. They also learn about the life of different types of wildlife in the parks, including the spectacular annual wildebeest migration to Masai Mara in Kenya, and the adventure of climbing mount Kilimanjaro. In a trip to Zanzibar Island, off the coast of Tanzania, the reader is able to explore historic buildings, go for a spice tour, and see the Red Colobus monkeys. It is very essential for them to learn and appreciate these things on their formative years so they could pass it on to the next generation. The context is well thought of and creates awareness or consciousness about nature and wildlife in Tanzania, and Zanzibar Island historical places among kids, teenagers and young adults.

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Published January 18, 2012 by Xlibris. 124 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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