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Houses – Different Types of Houses

Houses, Different types of HousesHouses – This book is about the different types and shapes of houses. This book is from the African Storybook Initiative, suited for children who are starting out to learn how to read. The book uses simple words with illustrations. Children will find it easy to learn and use the words.

Written by Zanele Buthelezi, Clare Verbeek, and Thembani Dladla Illustrated by Kathy Arbuckle

 

 

Text and Images from Houses – Different Types of Houses

Houses, square houseThulani lives in a square house.

Houses with triangle roofThe roof of this house is a triangle.

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