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Koi And The Kola Nuts - Whoopi Goldberg, Herbie Hancock - Koi And The Kola Nuts (CD, Album)

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  1. Nikolrajas says:
    Title: Rabbit Ears Treasury of World Tales Volume 3: The Bremen Town Musicians and Koi and the Kola Nuts Author: Rabbit Ears.
  2. Gashicage says:
    Koi picks all the kola nuts from the tree and wraps them into a mat. He ties the mat into a kinja, swings the load onto his back and leaves the village. I will never return here," Koi tells the people of his village.
  3. Samuhn says:
    Whoopi Goldberg narrates the Swahili tale of a young prince who, aided by his animal friends, finds his rightful place in the world. Music by Herbie leclockcourterstanwilmselibedeparthe.xyzinfory: Animation, Kids & Family, Special Interest.
  4. Maunris says:
    Kola nut, caffeine-containing nut of Cola acuminata and Cola nitida, trees of the cocoa family (Sterculiaceae) native to tropical Africa and cultivated extensively in the American tropics. The evergreen tree grows to metres (60 feet) and resembles the chestnut. The 5-centimetre- (2-inch-) long.
  5. Todal says:
    Koi and the Kola Nuts, Told by Whoopi Goldberg with Music by Herbie Hancock  (6) 25min ALL In this humorous African folktale, Koi wants the villagers to honor him as befits the son of a chief. But unless he can accomplish three impossible tasks, he will end up in the cooking pot instead.
  6. Kazijin says:
    Told by Whoopi Goldberg ; music performed by Herbie Hancock and Bill Summers. Description: 1 audiocassette (48 min.): analog, stereo, Dolby processed. Contents: Koi and the kola nuts --A story from Africa --Koi's jungle walk --Ants and alligator --Son of a chief?
  7. Arashiran says:
    In Koi and the Kola Nuts,the youngest son of a chief learns that his only inheritance is a scraggly kola tree. “You do not know how to treat the son of a chief!” Koi tells his village, and decides to travel to a new home. With only a sack of kola nuts on his back, he sets out on a wonderful journey in search of his place in the world.
  8. Dulabar says:
    Kola nuts and bitter kola contain bitter chemicals such as caffeine and theobromine which serve as natural diuretics. This implies the bitter content in these nuts helps to increase water and salt expelled from human body, and some minor sicknesses in the body are been flushed out through urine which makes them beneficial to human health.
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