Káínyoo peê méáta olmákau ilpápít
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Káínyoo peê méáta olmákau ilpápít

By Basilio Gimo
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Book Description

Eimákakí enkitejó te oó inkáatini kumók. Éíyiolót te oó ilósekîn lényená. Óre te ená átiní é Nyungwe náa ékidôl enkitejó peê éâny epalikí olmakáu peê eroró enkejú enyé.



This is the Maa version. Versions of this book have been produced by the African Storybook Project in


  • English

  • Ateso

  • Setswana

  • Maa

  • Oluwanga

  • Ng’aturkana

  • Lumasaaba (Lugisu)


The Red Zebra Project celebrates African storytelling in local languages.
Table of Contents
  • Káínyoo peê méáta olmákau ilpápít Basilio Gimo, David Ker Maa
  • Óre nabô olóng, néim enkítejó embatá ó olkejú.
  • Nétií siî nínye olmákau, egirá alooló nénya inkújít naányorí.
  • Néítu édôl olmákau ajó kétíi siî nínye enkítejó. Néroro enkejú é enkitejó. Néyietu enkítejó néjo, “ló mákau! Émidolíta doí ajó kítórórua enkejú?”
  • Néjokí olmákau enkitejó peê epalikí, “tápalikíaki olchoré láí. Eitú áádól. Tápalikíaki!” Káke eitú énîng enkítejó, nébuaakí olmakáu, “ítóótíkio! ídól áí olóng! Ílak!”
  • Nélo enkítejó aing’orú enkímá néjokí, “shómo, tápejo olmakáu tenépuku te enkáre alotú anyá inkújít. Áatororúá!” Néjokí enkíma, “metíi enyámalí, enkitejó olchoré láí. Káás ínâ.
  • Óre áí ríshátá ényáítâ olmákau inkújít tenélamita olkejú “whoosh!” Néipíip enkíma néíteru anyá ilpápít lé olmakáu.
  • Néíteru olmákau aishír nékuet aló atúa enkáré. Káke etapéjote ilpapít póoki. Néíshir olmákau ajó, “etapéjote ilpapít láainéí! Ítápéjo ilpápít láainéí pookí! Meókire aáta ilpápít láainéí sidaîn.
  • Ínâ oshî peê mélám olmákau enkáré. Kéuré ajó kénya enkíma. Etishípe enkítejó peê édôl ajó etapéje olmákau, néjo, “áítálákua!”
  • Káínyoo peê méáta olmákau ilpápít Story Text By: Basilio Gimo, David Ker Illustration: Carol Liddiment, Anonymous Translated By: Versioned By: Leonard Kotikash Language: Maa © Red Zebra Project This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (CC-BY) Version 3.0 Unported Licence Disclaimer: You are free to download, copy, translate or adapt this story and use the illustrations as long as you attribute or credit the original author/s and illustrator/s. Text copyright SIL Mozambique, www.lidemo.net. The Red Zebra Project celebrates African storytelling in local languages. To find out more, visit http://redzebraproject.com.
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