Sankofa: A Culinary Story of Resilience and Belonging

Sankofa: A Culinary Story of Resilience and Belonging

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Inspired by acclaimed chef Eric Adjepong’s own childhood, Sankofa is the powerful story of a young boy’s culinary journey 400 years into the past to reconnect with his African roots and find his own place in America. This thoughtful picture book also includes a recipe for jollof rice.

What if home was a place you’ve never been? For Kofi, a first-generation Ghanaian American boy, home is a country called Ghana. But it’s a place he’s never been. When tasked to bring a dish that best represents his family’s culture to school for a potluck lunch, Kofi is torn. With the help of his Nanabarima (grandfather), Kofi learns the hardship and resilience his family has endured—and how food has always been an integral part their story and culture. Sankofa is a reminder that food can transport you to a place called home—even if you’ve never been.
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ISBN: 9780593385944

Published Date: October 3, 2023

Publisher: Penguin Random House Company

Language: English

Page Count: 48

Size: 11.29" l x 9.35" w x 0.56" h

Age Classification: Ages 3 to 5