Anna Hibiscus' Song

 
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Anna Hibiscus' Song

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Kane Miller 2011

High in a mango tree Anna Hibiscus is watching as her day begins and her family starts its morning routine. All the aunts and uncles and cousins and Grandmother and Grandfather all have their places and their tasks and having them all around her makes Anna Hibiscus feel very, very happy. What can she do with all this happiness? She jumps from her tree and runs to her grandparents shouting, "I'm so happy. What can I do?" Somewhere in Africa, "amazing Africa," there is a little girl named Anna Hibiscus who is finding out what she can do with all her happiness and all the aunts and uncles and her mother and father all help her. Then, on her own, she just might find an answer that is just right for her. What do you do with your happiness? Ages 4-8

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