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The Chiefdom of Asali PDF Print E-mail
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The chiefdomOnce upon a time in the land of Asali, there lived a mighty leader called Chief Biko. He was wise, strong and very gifted. Chief Biko was the leader of a fortified village which was famous the world over for its vast knowledge in combat. The Chiefdom of Asali was very prosperous and all its neighbours would contact them in case they needed back-up or protection for their village. As a rite of passage, all the young people of Asali would participate in a challenge that involved physical and mental races and trivias. After all, a warrior is no good without mental abilities too.

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Toils and youthful dreams PDF Print E-mail
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FIrst toilsOne stormy Monday afternoon in the village of Zareet, there was a rich merchant known as Abed. He was waiting impatiently for his merchandise to arrive so he could stock his shop. His was an assortment of everything from porcelain, rugs, glassware to eggs. He paced back and forth in the safety of his warm veranda wondering why the merchandise was late. Meanwhile Yego, the delivery boy, was busy working hard to dig out his donkey-cart from a muddy ditch and his two donkeys were not being team players at all. As Yego struggled to dig through the slippery stubborn mud, the rain seemed to fall faster and harder. Sadly, there was no help in sight as everyone was warm and cozy indoors.

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The Play Ground Thief PDF Print E-mail
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playgroundIn the land of Kazimingi the parents, teachers and children were gathered at Werevu School; the only school in the land. So large was this meeting that even the President was in attendance. There was one major problem in the land; the children had over the years ceased to behave like children and it was getting worse by the day. They did not jump, run around, climb trees or even hide from each other in the cheeky manner that little children do. They had lost their magical ability to be creative and full of life. All day, they just stayed indoors and played with their silly little contraptions.

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The wallet PDF Print E-mail
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The WalletMercy could not stop running. The footsteps were getting louder, quicker - and scarier. She could barely breathe and her heart felt like it was going to explode. This man pursuing her just couldn’t give up. What was he going to do to her? Would he murder her? Rape her? Steal every possible coin from her?

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