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Body Language Reference Sheet - Writers Write- A form of language that is rarely taught outright, and could be helpful for kids who have difficulty with social cues.

Body Language Reference Sheet - Writers Write- A form of language that is rarely taught outright, and could be helpful for kids who have difficulty with social cues.

Yennenga, also known as Yennenga the Svelte, was a legendary African princess, considered the mother of the Mossi people of Burkina Faso.[1] She was a famous warrior whose son Ouedraogo founded the Mossi Kingdoms.

Yennenga, also known as Yennenga the Svelte, was a legendary African princess, considered the mother of the Mossi people of Burkina Faso.[1] She was a famous warrior whose son Ouedraogo founded the Mossi Kingdoms.

She is 100% right. There are parts of my story that I have rewritten, rearranged, or omitted entirely!!

She is 100% right. There are parts of my story that I have rewritten, rearranged, or omitted entirely!!

Asasabonsam- Ghana, western Africa myth: an arboreal vampire that had extremely long limbs with hooked toe claws because it hung upside down from branches to snatch up people passing by. It would suck the blood out of their thumbs.

Asasabonsam- Ghana, western Africa myth: an arboreal vampire that had extremely long limbs with hooked toe claws because it hung upside down from branches to snatch up people passing by. It would suck the blood out of their thumbs.

(You don't have to do all of this at once to have a good chapter but it's important to know what elements will make a good chapter lol)

(You don't have to do all of this at once to have a good chapter but it's important to know what elements will make a good chapter lol)

Isitwalangcengce- African myth: a hyena-like creature that has a basket attached to its head. He is extremely vicious and can overcome the bravest men. It stuffs its victims into its basket head and eats then later, however, It only eats their brain.

Isitwalangcengce- African myth: a hyena-like creature that has a basket attached to its head. He is extremely vicious and can overcome the bravest men. It stuffs its victims into its basket head and eats then later, however, It only eats their brain.

Eshu, as he was known to the Yoruba, was one of the local tricksters in African mythology, commonly being the one responsible for fights between humans and gods alike. He was known as Elegba or Legba in Benin.

Eshu, as he was known to the Yoruba, was one of the local tricksters in African mythology, commonly being the one responsible for fights between humans and gods alike. He was known as Elegba or Legba in Benin.

Eloko (pl, Biloko) is a term in a Mongo-Nkundo language referring to a kind of dwarf-like creature that lives in the forests. They are believed to be the spirits of ancestors of the people living there. Legend has it that they haunt the forest because they have some grudge to settle with the living and are generally quite vicious. Biloko live in the densest and darkest part of the rain forest in central Zaire, jealously and ferociously guarding their treasures: the game and the rare fruits…

Eloko (pl, Biloko) is a term in a Mongo-Nkundo language referring to a kind of dwarf-like creature that lives in the forests. They are believed to be the spirits of ancestors of the people living there. Legend has it that they haunt the forest because they have some grudge to settle with the living and are generally quite vicious. Biloko live in the densest and darkest part of the rain forest in central Zaire, jealously and ferociously guarding their treasures: the game and the rare fruits…