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This blog is created by Mama Mgeni and her two daughters who live in Kenya and are being raised as bilingual girls. She describes the various books they read together.
Mtoto ni Akili huru
This is a blog in Facebook where Corona Cermak reads, experiments and plays with her children in Swahili. Mtoto ni Akili huru means a child is a free mind.
Swahili Children’s Books’ mission is to help people — young and old — thrive by nurturing the love of reading. Baba Bata producers are excited about promoting language diversity and cross-cultural learning with a focus on children and youth, including producing quality and authentic Swahili children’s books. The curious and adventurous duck, Baba Bata, is the mascot. Baba Bata explores the world and shares life-lessons and wonderful experiences along the way. (From website)