• On China

    On China is written with great authority, complete accessibility and with many wider reflections on statecraft and diplomacy distilled from years of experience. At a moment when the rest of the world is thinking about China more than ever before, this timely book offers insights that no other can.




    On China

  • The Da Vinci Code

    Murder in the silent, late-night halls of the Louvre reveals a sinister plot to uncover a secret that has been protected by a clandestine society since the days of Christ. The victim is a high-ranking agent of this ancient society who, in the moments before his death, manages to leave gruesome clues at the scene that only his cryptographer daughter and her symbologist friend can untangle. The duo becomes both suspects and detectives searching not only for the murderer but also the stunning secret he was charged to protect.

    The Da Vinci Code

  • Wiser in 31 Days

    Wiser in 31 Days is inspired by the book of Proverbs. The aim of the book is to encourage children and young adults to have more interest in the word of God. Proverbs is a very influential book that addresses everyday issues faced by individuals; children inclusive. The book encourages children to make the right choices. I used a verse from each chapter of the book to address issues like humility, choices, self-control, planning, and other areas children can relate to. Each chapter has interesting illustrations to keep our younger readers engages and a page at the end of each chapter where notes can be made for future reference.

    Wiser in 31 Days

  • The Complete English Grammar Guides

    The Complete English Grammar Guide helps teachers, parents, and organizations take the struggle out of English grammar. The book is aimed at a broad audience, appealing to beginner, intermediary, and advanced English speakers because of its unique content. The content has been carefully chosen to aid practical learning of English grammar, therefore the author paid attention to areas of grammar that are often taken for granted by native English speakers and therefore overlooked, or not sufficiently explained in English textbooks in school. CEGG amongst other topics addresses key areas people struggle most within the learning process namely: • How to construct sentences correctly • The key components of English grammar • Tenses and Punctuation • Understanding the meaning of a question • Comprehension exercises • How to avoid common grammatical errors • How to pass exams.

    The book is simply written and filled with illustrations together with detailed explanations. It is reader-friendly and suited to any age and background.

  • The Holocaust: A New History

    Two fundamental questions about the Holocaust must be answered:

    How did it happen? And why?


    There is no shortage of books on the Holocaust but Rees’s stands out as a readable and authoritative exposition of how and why it happened, and the barbarous methods by which it was pursued. The amount of ground it covers in 500 pages is remarkable – from the anti-Semitism of popular German literature of the 19th century to Hitler’s suicide and the surrender of his regime. It’s excellently written and skilfully interweaves narrative history, sound interpretation and the recollections (through interviews, listed in the notes as “previously unpublished testimony”) of survivors. Rees provides an exemplary account of how the greatest crime in modern history came about

  • Civilization: The West and the Rest

    In 1412, Europe was a miserable backwater ravaged by plague, bad sanitation and incessant war, while the Orient was home to dazzling civilizations. Yet, somehow, the West came to dominate the Rest for most of the next half millennium.

    In this vital, brilliant book, Niall Ferguson reveals the six ‘killer applications’ that the Rest lacked: competition, science, property rights, medicine, consumerism and the work ethic. And he asks: do we still have these winning tools? Or is this the end of Western ascendancy?

  • Sailing on a Rainbow – A Colourful Journey with Autism

    Parents are often overwhelmed by a sense of loss and sadness when diagnosis shows that their child has autism. The reality of this diagnosis is the start of an engaging journey. Unlike many other journeys, however, this journey of having a child with autism is full of twists and turns.

    In Sailing on a Rainbow, a mother tells an insightful story about her son – Ade, growing up with autism. She shares some of Ade’s struggles, how he found words again, his academic challenges, and the discovery of his latent gifts and passions serve as hopes for his future. Through every step of this journey with Ade, the mother’s love and faith became wind to his sails.

    Though written from a personal perspective as Ade’s mother, each chapter of the book ends with lessons learned. (A teaching module) These lessons are full of practical strategies and suggestions to encourage and empower entire families, the circle of friends, and caregivers in coming to terms with and managing the challenges of being around a child diagnosed with autism.

  • Heritage Schools Nigeria: An Illustrated History

    Heritage Schools Nigeria: An Illustrated History presents some of Nigeria’s oldest and best-loved secondary schools in a beautifully illustrated volume. The 21 schools selected include missionary, government, and community schools, each with its own unique history and ethos. Starting with CMS Grammar School which was founded in 1859 and ending with Holy Child College, founded in 1945, the history, archival photographs, and reminiscences will bring back wonderful memories for alumni and all those who see a good quality secondary education as being central to the development of a strong and vibrant nation.

  • Shake Hands With The Devil: The Failure of Humanity in Rwanda

    When Lieutenant-General Roméo Dallaire received the call to serve as force commander of the UN mission to Rwanda, he thought he was heading off to Africa to help two warring parties achieve the peace both sides wanted. Instead, he and members of his small international force were caught up in a vortex of civil war and genocide.


    Dallaire left Rwanda a broken man; disillusioned, suicidal, and determined to tell his story.

  • The Mafia: The Inside Story of Organized Crime

    How did the Mob evolve from a disorganised gang of uncouth killers into the deadly ‘international corporation’ it is today?

    Tracing its beginnings as an underground society which sprang up in Sicily, to the Mob which went on to run organised crime throughout Italy and America, William Balsamo – great-nephew of the original godfather – and George Carpozi Jr draw on two decades of research to tell the true story of the most mythical and misunderstood criminal organisation in history.

  • What’s Next

    What’s Next..? Is a book written out of the many career questions that arose as a result of the mistakes I made over time in the course of building my career. I believe that although experience is a great teacher, learning from other people’s experiences is a better teacher.

    What’s Next

  • Masters and Commanders: How Four Titans Won the War in the West, 1941-1945

    An epic joint biography, Masters and Commanders explores the degree to which the course of the Second World War turned on the relationships and temperaments of four of the strongest personalities of the twentieth century: political masters Winston Churchill and Franklin D. Roosevelt and the commanders of their armed forces, General Sir Alan Brooke and General George C. Marshall.

  • Iron Curtain: The Crushing of Eastern Europe, 1944-1956

    Iron Curtain describes how, spurred by Stalin and his secret police, the Communist regimes of Eastern Europe were created and what daily life was like once they were complete.


    Drawing on newly opened East European archives, interviews, and personal accounts translated for the first time, Applebaum portrays in chilling detail the dilemmas faced by millions of individuals trying to adjust to a way of life that challenged their every belief and took away everything they had accumulated.


    As a result the Soviet Bloc became a lost civilization, one whose cruelty, paranoia, bizarre morality, and strange aesthetics Applebaum captures in these electrifying pages.

  • Remaking Nigeria: Sixty Years, Sixty Voices

    On October 1, 2020, Nigeria celebrated its 60th year of political independence. After sixty years of independence, most Nigerians, particularly the youth, hold the view that the country has failed to work for them in a way that is satisfactory and enduring.


    This book seeks to give voice to young Nigerians, the critical change agents, to help the country understand and sharpen its focus on those issues that hold the key to its collective survival. Clearly, the new decade will be a defining moment for Nigeria.


    Sixty years after independence, fifty years after a civil war, and at the beginning of a new decade, it is important that a new generation of citizens is challenged to reposition the country. From interaction with young people and discussions on social media, there appears to be a knowledge and information gap among young Nigerians about the history and socio-political evolution of the country. Beyond the lack of understanding of history, there is also a dearth of ideas on what needs to be done and how to get Nigeria out of its current situation.


    Remaking Nigeria: Sixty Years, Sixty Voices

  • Nwaekeamadi

    Nwaekeamadi is an adventurous tale of a young Ibo woman who lived in southeastern Nigeria in the early 20th century. She would lead her village women in several protests against colonial authorities; culminating in the ‘big one’ now famously known as the Aba women’s riot of 1929. The story captures her life in the village of umuhu, her struggles with childlessness in a polygamous home, and the circumstances that led the Umuhu women to join the protests against the grievous tax laws being imposed on them. This book will appeal to lovers of colonial African literature, the Ibo culture, and the African woman.


  • Help! I’m a Jambite!

    Help! I’m a Jambite! is a 64 page inspirational book and excellent compass for tertiary education students and potential tertiary education students who desire to succeed in school and even prepare for life after the tertiary institution.

    The book is a six chapter book which entails academic excellence, spiritual development and enrichment, association/friendship, movement, financial independence, intellectual and moral enrichment and nuggets for Jambites.

  • Nigeria’s First Women

    In the following pages, you will meet sixty-one inspirational women who are champions for change. These women are change makers who come up with fresh solutions to big problems. These women prevailed regardless of their circumstances or challenges. In a time like this, we are determined more than ever to serve others that are in desperate need!
    My goal and wildest dream for this book is to educate and present stories about important women and events that shaped Nigeria’s history. I have noticed that there is a significant void in the African history market. This book is an opportunity to fill that void.


  • Yoruba Simplified

    Yoruba Simplified will help any Yoruba language learner or speaker from toddlerhood through adulthood seamlessly grasp and employ the use of relatable words and conversations as well as develop and build useful and relevant vocabulary that will facilitate interactions with the Yoruba language and culture as well as other speakers of the language.

    Yoruba Simplified

  • Kleptopia

    In Kleptopia,  Tom Burgis, an award-winning investigative journalist exposes “capitalism’s monster”—global kleptocracy—and reveals how it is corrupting the world around us.


  • Autobiography of Malcolm X

    The Autobiography of Malcolm X was intended to be a true autobiography, with the name of Alex Haley appearing not at all or as a ghostwriter or as a mere contributor or assistant. However, with the assassination of Malcolm X having occurred in Harlem in New York City on February 21, 1965 just before this book could be published, it became necessary to reveal the important role of Alex Haley in creating this book.

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