About the Book
In the Winter of 2008 I traveled to Mali, West Africa to visit the family that adopted me during my years as a Peace Corps Volunteer in from 1990-1993.
I brought along my two daughters, ages 10 and 7, so that they could meet this extended family of ours and so they could see all that is good in the world, in Mali.
We all spent our days together working and playing, talking and laughing, learning and teaching, walking about and eating. We all, African and American, spent our hours loving the time we had together - We of the Grovogui family.
Features & Details
- Category Travel
Standard Landscape, 10×8 in, 25×20 cm
- Publish Date May 19, 2010
- Language French
- Tags Raw Milk, African Drumming, Corn Rowing, It Takes a Village, Respect for Elders, Breast Feeding, Travel with Children, West Africa, Peace Corps, Spinning Cotton Yarn, Mud Cloth, Ramadan, Baptism, Family, Cloth, Sustainability, Mali, Bambara, Bamanan, Malian