“Mufaro’s Beautiful Daughters” performance at NLL

Mufaro's Beautiful Daughters performance at NLL

Lubuto library users just performed a play they have been rehearsing for 6 weeks. Today’s play was based on the popular picture book, Mufaro’s Beautiful Daughters. Inspired, some in the audience went into the Reading Room afterwards and started reading the book. They said they liked the story of the play. One of the actors said he enjoyed expressing himself through drama. In this picture, a scene from the early part of the play: A King, seeking a new wife, and his guards.


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A Lubuto library is a special place designed for street kids and other marginalized children and youth in Africa. In the safe haven of the library, children can look at books, be read to and read for themselves. They can develop their talents and express themselves through the visual and performing arts, or communicate and learn with OLPC laptops. They can receive mentoring and guidance and participate in programs on health and the environment. Lubuto libraries open the world to children with no opportunities, allowing them to explore their heritage and learn about others through varied and enriching library programs.
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