Kojo Ayinde C. Johnson, better known as “Brother Kojo,” the NYC tri-state area’s beloved West African Djembe drum instructor and cultural custodian, has published his first children’s book, “The Lesson: Abu’s Curiosity.”
This inspiring story follows Abu, a young boy from Brooklyn, as he uncovers the enchanting world of the traditional West African Djembe drum. Through his uncle’s expert guidance, Abu not only learns to play the Djembe but also unravels essential life lessons about patience, consistency, and courage. Embark on this captivating journey with Abu as he discovers the transformative power of music and the importance of dedication in mastering any skill.
Who is Brother Kojo?
A cornerstone of the NYC community, Brother Kojo is celebrated across the five boroughs for his 30+ years of teaching West African Djembe drumming and Hip Hop culture in schools and nonprofit organizations. His passion and expertise have touched the lives of over 7,000 young people and adults throughout the tri-state area.
Secure Your Copy Today!
“The Lesson: Abu’s Curiosity” is available now on Amazon KDP in both E-Book and paperback formats. Get your copy of this unforgettable musical adventure via the link below:
For a personalized paperback edition, visit www.contactkojo.com and directly inquire with Kojo for a signed copy.
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