Kijuka The Farmer

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Kijuka The Farmer

Three short stories, drum music and lots of movement and dance suitable for pre-school and junior primary children up to ages 6 or 7.

Kijuka was a very little man who was also a farmer. He lived in a place where there was nothing at all except tall thorn trees and small shrubs. It rarely rained, but when it did, it all came at once.

Kijuka kept one cow called Marealle who provided him with plenty of milk but he had to walk a long way to gather feed for her.

One day Kijuka found a tiny shiny stone while digging up potatoes for his lunch. This little stone made changes to his life and made Marealle worry about her future.

However, the story ends happily with plenty of dancing and chanting by the audience.
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