The Tales of Camelia B.: The Sea Surfers
Sakari Milan (Author)
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Have you ever wondered about the first people to travel to the Americas?
Buckle in and join the journey as Camelia discovers King Abubakari of the Mali Empire who led 2,000 boats across the roaring sea in 1311, 181 years before Christopher Columbus. The crew ventures to the other side of the world to meet the original inhabitants of the Americas!
October 12, 2020
11.0 X 8.5 X 0.25 inches | 0.01 pounds
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About the Author
Sakari Milan is an alumna of The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill who studied Global Studies and Public Policy. She graduated in May 2020 during a tumultuous time in history - the COVID-19 pandemic and the continual, widespread racial injustice. While in solitude, Sakari was able to complete her first literary works and introduce them to the world. She was inspired to write The Tales of Camelia B. due to the lack of black representation in her studies throughout her crucial developmental ages and beyond. She is valiant in her efforts to awaken the system and rewrite history. Sakari believes we should all be able to identify with history and its leaders in order to develop a strong sense of self-worth and pride. As a new author in a crucial moment in history where division is prevailing, she hopes that The Tales of Camelia B. will encourage our youth to claim the identities and cultural legacies that shape who we are.