My Fingers Are Stuck

by Doreen Baingana

KSh 300

A curious baby explores his mother’s marvelous mouth. This fun book helps children channel their immense curiosity into constructive learning as they learn the names of all the things found in a mouth. It is interactive and funny with striking illustrations that will keep those little fingers turning the pages. My Fingers Are Stuck by Doreen Baingana will enhance the quality time young children and parents spend together.

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The Magunga BookstoreDoreen Baingana is a Ugandan short story writer and a children’s book author. Her book, Tropical Fish won the 2006 Commonwealth Writers’ Prize, best first book, Africa, and an AWP Short Fiction Award.

She has graduated from Makerere University with a JD, and from the University of Maryland with an MFA. While at Makerere University Baingana was an active member of FEMRITE – Uganda Women Writers Association, which she has referred to as “a literary home of sorts”.

Her work has appeared in AGNI, Glimmer Train, African American Review, Callaloo, The Guardian, and Kwani.

She currently resides in Uganda.

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Doreen Baingana

Doreen Baingana is a Ugandan short story writer. Her book, Tropical Fish won the 2006 Commonwealth Writers’ Prize, best first book, Africa, and an AWP Short Fiction Award. She has graduated from Makerere University with a JD, and from the University of Maryland with an MFA. While at Makerere University Baingana was an active member of FEMRITE – Uganda Women Writers Association, which she has referred to as “a literary home of sorts”. Her work has appeared in AGNI, Glimmer Train, African American Review, Callaloo, The Guardian, and Kwani. She currently resides in Uganda.