The Harmattan Man: A Christmas Story for Children
The children of Tanoso are looking forward to a very exciting Christmas party. Their mothers are busy preparing lots of goodies for the party. The only snag is that the dry Harmattan wind gets worse every day. It does not show any sign of going away before Christmas day. A worried Jeneba goes searching for the Harmattan man to persuade him to stay away on the day set for the party so they can have good weather and enjoy the party. Does she find the Harmattan-man? Does he agree to go away on the day set for the party?
The Harmattan Man keeps asking the children for more to drink. What else do you think they could have done to solve their problem? Of course, this is...
Play "Keep Away" with Harmattan Man's fez (hat). Create a start and finish line. One player stands between the start and finish line and there needs ...
Find the description of The Harmattan Man on page 11. Think of a natural phenomenon like a tornado, a tsunami, or a thunderstorm, for example. Descr...