Dabo, a young boy living in the heart of West Africa, helped his grandmother by fetching water from a hidden stream. Behind a narrow secret passage, Dabo uncovered an untouched world of majestic plants. You can read more about Dabo’s great adventures in his first book, Dabo and Wuha The Adventures of an African Boy and a Dragonfly. There he encountered a giant wizard and friendly dragonfly who took him around the world to many famous places, like the ruins at Angkor-Wat in Cambodia, Southeast Asia. While at the ruins, Dabo met Max, an Asian-American boy his same age. They quickly became friends. Together they helped the monks and villagers catch “The Gang of Seven,” artifact thieves who planned to steal precious items from the Angkor-Wat ruins.
After their adventures at Angkor-Wat, Wuha, the dragonfly, took the boys to see many wonders of the world. As they visited each place, the boys learned about different cultures and encountered new and exciting adventures.
Dabo and Wuha Published October 25, 2011