The girls in the wild fig tree, how I fought to save myself, my sister, and thousands of girls worldwide, Nice Leng'ete with Elizabeth Butler-Witter
The work The girls in the wild fig tree, how I fought to save myself, my sister, and thousands of girls worldwide, Nice Leng'ete with Elizabeth Butler-Witter represents a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Manchester-by-the-Sea Public Library.

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  • 7RR1NMm0b_w
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  • The girls in the wild fig tree, how I fought to save myself, my sister, and thousands of girls worldwide, Nice Leng'ete with Elizabeth Butler-Witter
Main title
  • The girls in the wild fig tree
Sub title
  • how I fought to save myself, my sister, and thousands of girls worldwide
Responsibility statement
  • Nice Leng'ete with Elizabeth Butler-Witter
Language
  • eng
Summary
  • "Nice's journey from "heartbroken child and community outcast, to leader of the Maasai" is an inspiration and a reminder that one person can change the world--and every girl is worth saving"--, Provided by publisher
Biography type
  • autobiography
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  • illustrations
Index
  • no index present
Literary form
  • non fiction
OCLC Number
  • 1267516460
Target audience
  • adult
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