8 Books Published by One Moore Book on Our Site — Book Cover Mosaic

Click for more detail about The Last Mapou by Edwidge Danticat The Last Mapou

by Edwidge Danticat
One Moore Book (Jan 17, 2013)
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The Last Mapou Written by: Edwidge Danticat Illustrated by: Edouard Duval-Carrié Grade Level: 3rd-5th grade In Haiti, the mapou (silk cotton) tree is a very symbolic national tree. Award-winning author Edwidge Danticat and renowned painter Edouard Duval-Carrié team up for this rich and vivid tale about a young girl’s relationship with her grandmother, and the history, beauty and circumstances of their family’s mapou tree. This is Danticat’s second children’s book.


Click for more detail about A is for Ayiti by Ibi Zoboi A is for Ayiti

by Ibi Zoboi
One Moore Book (Dec 07, 2012)
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A is for Ayiti Written by Ibi Zoboi Illustrated by Joseph Zoboi Grade Level: PK-3 An alphabet book that explores the rich culture of Haiti, by incredible husband-wife duo, Joseph and Ibi Zoboi.


Click for more detail about A Gift for Yole by Wayétu Moore A Gift for Yole

by Wayétu Moore
One Moore Book (Feb 28, 2011)
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A Gift for Yole tells the story of young Kona, who is looking for a gift for her favorite friend Yole. Kona looks all over Monrovia with her mother to find a gift for her friend, who she is convinced will only like her gift if it is from America. Luckily during her exploration of the beautiful city, Kona realizes otherwise.


Click for more detail about I Love Liberia by Wayétu Moore I Love Liberia

by Wayétu Moore
One Moore Book (Jan 08, 2011)
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I LOVE LIBERIA is an original poem that encourages national and cultural pride.


Click for more detail about My Little Musu by Wayétu Moore My Little Musu

by Wayétu Moore
One Moore Book (Jan 08, 2011)
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My Little Musu is a Liberian lullaby from a young mother to her daughter. Musu is a word from the Vai ethnic group that means “lady.”


Click for more detail about Kukujumuku by Wayétu Moore Kukujumuku

by Wayétu Moore
One Moore Book (Jan 08, 2011)
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"Kukujumuku" is the story of a giant frog named Henry on the day of a big thunderstorm. While Henry travels the countryside in search for refuge, he learns a very important lesson about unity.


Click for more detail about 1 Peking by Wayétu Moore 1 Peking

by Wayétu Moore
One Moore Book (Jan 08, 2011)
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"1 Peking" is a counting book about a young boy on the day of his 7th birthday picnic in a Monrovian park. Peking is a Liberian phrase that means ’small boy.’


Click for more detail about J is for Jollof Rice by Wayétu Moore J is for Jollof Rice

by Wayétu Moore
One Moore Book (Jan 08, 2011)
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"J is for Jollof Rice" is a story about a young girl who explores the alphabet while traveling the Liberian countryside with her father to purchase food for dinner.