The Ethiopian Debre by Tariku Rahel

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The Ethiopian Debre by Tariku Rahel

The Debre story is about friendship, environment, nature, school and orphanages.

The story begins from a biracial family who lives in Savonlinna in the East of Finland. The father Bekele is Ethiopian who have a Finnish wife called Elisa they are famous craftsmen in Savonlinna. They have two beautiful children called Mola and Marta. The family travels once in year to explore the world and meeting new people. To prepare their trip father Bekele build a helicopter from a birch wood and steel to Marta and Mola…mother Elisa made them special costumes from metallic thread and silk. now they are equipped to fly…

This year they travelled to Ethiopia…in town called Awassa. During their trip Mola and Marta made a wonderful friend, Debre who lives in Awassa in Mama Ababa’s children’s home. They also met Banchi who is a good friend of Ulla. Ulla works at the pihlajaniemi day-care in Savonlinna…

… Next year Banchi and Debre will visit Savonlinna… boating trip, swimming hall, the beach, Kindergarten where Ulla works including spend time in the famous Finnish summer cottages are part of the plan…