The hungry ant: Nufi-French: Nzhìèkǔ ’mɑ̀nkō ngʉ́ngà ‘(French edition)
Resulam, the resurrection of the ancestral mother tongues, brings you this audio and interactive book for children, the very first of its kind in the history of African languages. This first essay was written in the language fè’éfě’è, also called nùfī, one of the Bamileke languages spoken mainly in Western Cameroon! Unpublished work, the peculiarity of which is not only the association, the writing of pictures, but also and above all its INTERACTIVE character.
In this story, written in the Bamiléké-nùfī language and then translated into French, a hungry ant wandered all over the forest in search of food to feed its young. Unfortunately, no animal felt sorry for her. On the contrary, each one in turn sent him to ask the other animal for food, and so on. The ant was dragged through the forest until the hare, smarter than the king, appeared and gave him a very practical solution, a solution that will also help us humans in everyday life. Check out this tip in this book …
In addition to having that lovely moral lesson that you will discover, this book also allows you to list most of the animals and dishes in the Bamiléké – nùfī language.