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Issue Details: First known date: 2013... 2013 Broken Pottery : The Life of an African Girl
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'Welcome to the colourful world of Africa and to the difficult journey of Aisha a young girl who suffers from a fistula after a complicated birth. Walk with her as she is ostracized from her community and shunned by society and when all hope of life is gone, eventually finds love and acceptance amongst the tribal group that have always been traditional enemies to her own. Follow her desire for a cure and enter into her joy as these strangers offer a remedy not only for her physical condition but also for her broken spirit.' (Publication summary)

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    • Winmalee, Blue Mountains, Sydney, New South Wales,: Jennifer Ann , 2013 .
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      • Published : December 21, 2013
      ISBN: 9780987571915
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