Face Under the Sea

2017 Finalist Burt Award for African Young Adult Literature: All Star
2011 First Place Burt Award for African Young Adult Literature: Tanzania
Publisher: 
Mangrove Publishers
Pub Date: 
June 2011
Pages: 
152
Fiction
Ages: 
8-12
Paperback
ISBN: 
978-9987-698-25-7

Finalist 2017 Burt Award for African Young Adult Literature: All-Stars competition

Face Under the Sea is William’s first novel written in English for young adults. In this entertaining fable, twins Naima and Rahima discover a strange coloured fish trapped in a pond and to their amazement, the fish begins to speak. He asks them to take him back to the ocean, and so begins their adventure with the strange creatures they encounter along the way. Reading through this fabulous adventure we meet a talking parrot, a dolphin, a mermaid, a wise old tortoise, and wise men who help Naima and Rahima learn about happiness and the best way to achieve it, not only for humans but for all creatures on earth.

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Finalist 2017 Burt Award for African Young Adult Literature: All-Stars competition

Face Under the Sea is William’s first novel written in English for young adults. In this entertaining fable, twins Naima and Rahima discover a strange coloured fish trapped in a pond and to their amazement, the fish begins to speak. He asks them to take him back to the ocean, and so begins their adventure with the strange creatures they encounter along the way. Reading through this fabulous adventure we meet a talking parrot, a dolphin, a mermaid, a wise old tortoise, and wise men who help Naima and Rahima learn about happiness and the best way to achieve it, not only for humans but for all creatures on earth.

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