Shanti by DK Publishing

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Shanti feels scared and alone when she gets separated from the rest of the zebra herd. She searches water hole and river, forest and savanna without seeing any sign of the others. But Shanti won't be alone for long. By the time the herd catches up with her, someone new and special has entered Shanti's world. Vibrant batik paintings and lively rhythms in the tradition of African storytelling--plus a fold-out surprise -- make Shanti a storybook safari.

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Padt has been a teacher and a children's librarian. Freeman studied at the Rietveld Academy.
Published September 15, 1998 by DK CHILDREN. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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""Where are the other zebras?"" They tell her to search different locales, and assure her, intriguingly: ""You won't be alone much longer."" In the case of the giraffe, among whose legs Shanti nuzzles, there is a fold-up page that follows the animal's entire long neck, showcased against a pink an...

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