• Adventures of Ife and Hope: The Durbar Festival

    A story about 6-year-old Ife Goke and her best friend, Hope the teddy bear, as they go on an exciting family vacation to the ancient city of Kano for the vibrant Durbar Festival. This book is a great way to teach children about cultural awareness aynd diversity. There are lots to do, see and learn on this journey. So come along kiddies!

  • Bella at the market

    “Bella At The Market” is a beautifully illustrated Book set in Africa that tells the story of a little girl called Bella. While on holiday at her Grandparents, Bella is excited to go to the Market with Grandma. Explore the Market through Bella’s eyes; Grandma will buy the ingredients to prepare Bella’s favourite dish!!! This book teaches the importance of family time, sharing and celebrating one’s culture.

    Bella at the market

    1,500.00
  • Adventures of Ife and Hope: The Durbar Festival

    A story about 6-year-old Ife Goke and her best friend, Hope the teddy bear, as they go on an exciting family vacation to the ancient city of Kano for the vibrant Durbar Festival. This book is a great way to teach children about cultural awareness aynd diversity. There are lots to do, see and learn on this journey. So come along kiddies!

  • A Thousand Times On The Same Road

    A Thousand Times On The Same Road is a story of one thousand trips around the world. Every journey, having a story to tell about it, all from the eyes of a journalist. This is the story of passion for a thankless job, near-death experiences, sex escapades, adventure, intrigues, corruption, fun, games, thrills, violence and romance.
    It is a book about the dark side of Nigerian football: what you do not see on your television screens, the story of the adventures while travelling down the bumpy roads of Nigeria’s highways, and the dangerous paths at night that lead to terror enclaves

  • EXPECTED END

    The book, “EXPECTED END”, is a heartfelt memoir written by Peace Osaruchi Aaron. The author painstakingly takes us through her life journey, from the less glamorous part to the admirable life she now has and leads…In a conversational style and with easy to grasp words, the author presents a first-hand view of her life, sharing the ugly, bad, and beautiful events that shaped her into the virtuous woman she now is. You will thank her for writing this.

     

    DR. ANITA CHIOMA EJIOFOR, Medical Doctor, Freelance Editor, IELTS Coach, Blogger

     

    The book is a reminder that not placing into consideration where our journeys in life begin, we can always end well. The first of many more expected books. The author has done a good job. It takes courage to write a book and discipline to actually finish it. I look forward to more masterpieces from her in the future.

     

    DR. (MRS). IHUNDA CHIZI-ORUSA, Medical Doctor, Poet.

    EXPECTED END

    6,500.00

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