Fatou Ndiaye Sow
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Fatou Ndiaye Sow (1937–2004) was a Senegalese poet, teacher and children's writer. Many of her books were about children’s rights and were published with the support of UNICEF and the Senegalese government.
Her books include:
- Fleurs du Sahel Nouvelles Editions Africaines du Sénégal (1990), ISBN 2-7236-1063-2
- Takam-Tikou (j'ai deviné) (N.E.I., 1997)
- Comme Rama, je veux aller à l’école Nouvelles Editions Africaines du Sénégal (2003) ISBN 2-7236-1460-3 - see 
- Véronique Tadjo, Talking Drums: A Selection of Poems from Africa south of the Sahara, Bloomsbury USA Children's Books (2004), ISBN 1-58234-813-8.
- University of Western Australia
- ÉCRIVAINS SÉNÉGALAIS - in French
- Agence de Presse Sénégalaise, 2004 - in French
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