5 edition of Sosu"s Call found in the catalog.
by Sub-Saharan Pub & Traders
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||37|
Books; Sosu's Call; Sosu's Call by Unknown Author by Unknown Author Recommend this! Marketplace Prices. 3 New from $; 1 Used from $; Used $ New $ $ $ Shipping. Add to Cart. 1 left in stock at this price. This is a prize-winning story from West Africa. Perhaps your library has a copy? Sosu is a crippled boy whose people live on a strip of land between the sea and the lagoon. Normal life changes, the wind blows, the sea enters their village. Sosu fights his way against the weather to the ceremonial drums and his drum-beating calls the men and women from the fields.
Sosu’s Call by Meshack Asare (first published by Sub-Saharan Publishers (Ghana), ; last reprint ) Winner of the UNESCO Prize for Children’s & Young People’s Literature in the Service of Tolerance; IBBY Outstanding Books for Young People with Disabilities; in the Top Twelve of Africa’s Best Books of the 20th Century. Contains spoilers – I don’t usually give away the. - PME was established and the modernization of SOSUS began. - CAPT Joe Kelly, known as the "father of SOSUS", retired.> - NAVFAC Brawdy was established as the first "Super.
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Summary Sosu’s Call considers questions about fairness, prejudice, and individual and social responsibility through the story of a disabled boy’s heroism. Sosu is a young boy who lives in Africa and who cannot walk. When a storm approaches, most people are in the fields; but the sick, very young, and elderly were left behind in the village with Sosu.
Originally released in by the Accra-based Sub-Saharan Publishers, and then reprinted in this American edition in by Kane/Miller, Sosu's Call was chosen as the first place winner of the UNESCO Prize for Children's & Youth's Literature in the Service of Tolerance, in the "Books for Young Children" category, and it is not difficult to see why.4/5(24).
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Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $/5(3). Sosu's Call, won the UNESCO 1st prize for Children's and Young People's Literature in the Service of is listed as one of the top twelve titles of Africa's Best Books; and has been named an Honor Book for Young Children by the African Studies Association's Children's Africana Book Committee, as a contribution to accurate and balanced material on Africa Sosus Call book children.
Meshack Asare is one of Africa's top children's writers and illustrators, and has won numerous awards including being the recipient of the NSK Neustadt Prize for Children’s Literature, he is the first African to win the award.
In he won The Noma Award for Publishing in Africa, and in the Toyota/Children's Literature Foundation Best Picture Story Book Illustrator's award and. His use of color illustrates the mood of the story. The muted tan washes at the beginning of the book convey the child's despair.
The brighter hues by the tale's end illustrate Sosu's happier circumstances. For young readers ages 6 to 9, Sosu's Call is an important learning tool.
History. SOSUS history began in when the US Navy approached the Committee for Undersea Warfare, an academic advisory group formed in under the National Academy of Science, to research antisubmarine warfare.
As a result, the Navy formed a study group designated Project Hartwell, named for the University of Pennsylvania's Dr. G.P. Hartwell who was the Deputy Chairman of the. Winner of the UNESCO prize and IBBY's Outstanding Books for Young People with Disabilities award, Sosu's Call by Ghanaian author/illustrator Meshack Asare is a story of heroism and resolve.
Sosu is all alone in his family's compound when disaster strikes. The waters are rising, and most of the people of the village are in the fields. The only ones left are the very old and the very young. Sosu's Call by Meshack Asare,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
Sosu's Call: Meshack Asare: We use. Type to search and hit enter Log In. Originally published in in Ghana, this well-meaning but predictable story concerns a disabled boy who saves his village during a great storm by crawling to find a talking drum that will call the villagers back from the fields.
Sosu's life is circumscribed by his lack of a wheelchair, which a grateful town finally secures for him as a reward for his brave : Meshack Asare. Buy Sosu's Call by Meshack Asare from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £ Sosu's Call by Ghana’s Meshack Asare is a story of heroism and resolve.
Sosu, a young disabled boy who cannot walk. Read more. Buy this book Ghanian author Asare (Cat in Sosu drags himself to the drum shed, where he beats out a rhythm to call the men back from their work, to help save the others. Drab hues dominate. This book has won many prizes and awards including: UNESCO 1st Prize for Children's Literature in the Service of Tolerance-Listed among the top twelve of Africa's best Books of the 20th Century-Listed IBBY Outstanding Book for Young People with Disabilities-Honor book award, African Studies Association/Library of Congress5/5(1).
This illustrated book tells the story of Sosu, a young boy who cannot walk. He is unable to go to school like his brother and sister, and stays at home every day with his dog Fusa, dreaming of life outside the compound. One day there is a terrible storm in his village, and he manages to call everyone home by sounding the alarm with a drum.
Born of a three-way marriage of early Cold War strategic necessity, World War II progress in underwater acoustics, and an extraordinary engineering effort, the Navy’s pioneering Sound Surveillance System – SOSUS – became a key, long-range early-warning asset for protecting the United States against the threat of Soviet ballistic missile submarines and in providing vital cueing.
Nonetheless, due to its universally important theme, the book is the winner of the UNESCO Prize for Children's and Young People's Literature in the Service of Tolerance and a IBBY Outstanding Books for Young People with Disabilities Award.
(Picture book. ) Kirkus ReviewsAuthor: Meshack Asare. In a village on the coast of Ghana, young Sosu sits and waits for life to come to him. Born unable to walk, he is dependent on his family and his dog to give him opportunities for new experiences and learning.
His father teaches him to repair broken fishing nets but when he takes him out on the water, villagers paddle up and angrily insist that Sosu stay at home and not come out to the lagoon.
At the end of June, three major contracts had been put into effect – one for equipment, one for installation, and a third for the construction or expansion of a cable plant. For the first time the low-frequency passive detection system was called SOSUS, the SOund, SUrveillance System. Events followed in rapid succession thereafter.
Sosu's Call (Picture Book): Asare, Meshack: When a great storm threatens, Sosu, an African boy who is unable to walk, joins his dog Fusa in helping save their village.Look at other dictionaries: SOSUS — SOSUS, an acronym for SOund SUrveillance System, was a chain of underwater listening posts located across the northern Atlantic Ocean near Greenland, Iceland and the United Kingdom mdash;the so called GIUK gap.
It was originally operated by the U Wikipedia. SOSUS — Überwachungsstation mit hunderten Wasserfalldiagramm Schreibern Das Sound.Fixed systems like SOSUS, and now DRAPES, have the advantage of providing permanent coverage over target areas and then “cueing” a mobile sensor capability, like a ship or aircraft, to zero in.