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About koumbouhien

Originally from Burkina- Faso, ( West Africa.) I spent most of my childhood in the savanna country side, where I learned about tales and stories of the African savanna. I studied geography at the University of Ouagadougou in Burkina-Faso. I have developed a passion for nature and my intention is to write stories and tales of the savanna. I currently live in Central Ohio.


 I am very grateful for the opportunity to live in the United States.    One aspect, which I enjoy in the US, is that there is running water everywhere: running water in kitchens, bathrooms, and public places, etc.    Water abundance in the USA … Continue reading

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I want to thank all the people who visited the site to read this story.   The book “How the Hare Saved the Animals of the Savanna from a Drought”.  Is now available in books stores. Sincerely, Rachel Russell

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How the Hare saved the animals of the savanna

Once upon a time, in the savanna, all animals were living together away from man.  the only animals that lived with man were the cows and the donkeys. Cows and donkeys were given to man for milk to feed the … Continue reading

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