Girlhood Journeys: Kai
This is the third book in the Kai series, but I read it first, and it works great as a stand-alone book. I do not recommend the first book in the series (Kai: a Mission for Her Village) because it has some unkindness and name calling (mild) between sisters (dog-brain, etc.) that is not corrected. But, Kai: A Big Decision and Kai: The Lost Statute had nothing objectionable and contained good educational value about Africa in the 1400s.
|Period||15th Century, 1400s, mid 1400s|
|The Good and the Beautiful Library||No|