- ISBN: 9966882197
- SKU: 2010141000499
Mogo was a Kikuyu boy who lived in Kenya, East Africa, in a village of round thatched huts. He had not grown tall and strong like other boys because of a thahu -- a spell -- laid on him when he was a baby. He was too frail to share in the work and play of his village, and for a long time he was content just to play his flute, which he loved." At his sister's urging Mogo went to see the "Mundo-Mugo" to have the spell taken off. The wise man told him that "Even with a thahu you are still a member of your tribe. You must take your part in the work and games of your tribe. Otherwise you bring no honor to your ancestors." He was sent away with a riddle to solve: "What is good to have, better to lose, and best to find again?"
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