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The Girl with the Magic Hands

"It’s a tragedy for a mere girl to experience such deep sorrow. But things were about to change for this girl. Oh yes. When things are meant to be, they will. The world always turns and the candle always burns. And Chidera was about to learn that one can get the very things one yearns." From the Introduction of The Girl with the Magic Hands

Worldreader proudly presents this ebook in a new series of children's and young adult books from Sub-Saharan Africa. Worldreader is a non-profit organization committed to delivering digital books to children and families in the developing world using e-book technology. By purchasing this book you directly contribute to this effort by helping fund school literacy programs, and promote the writing and publication of great books from local authors everywhere.
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Praise: 
My favorite part is chapter four when Chidera became famous and people asked her to draw on their hands. I love that part because she did not keep her talent all to herself. She had her friends benefit from it, even though some were mean to her. She has a very good heart, and I want to be like her.
Fredrica Ansah Gyau, a 12-year-old student in Ghana