by Katherine Roundtree, Katherine Roundtree
Mansa Musa was one of the great rulers in African history. He was so extraordinary that the Mandinke considered him the "Black Moses," believing he had been sent from Allah to build Mali into a mighty empire, the greatest in the medieval world. In this book, a young boy beams in wonder and pride as his mother shares the rich history of his ancestors.
A mother tells her young son about the African ruler, Mansa Musa, so that he will grow up proud of his heritage.
Hardcover: 32 pages