Kukura Kingdom enjoyed economic prosperity for many years and this prompted weekly merriment at the king's palace. The animals gathered weekly to enjoy themselves and do away with a lot of unfinished meals. In their moments of prosperity waste was the order of the day. Old Mother Ant and her meticulous family kicked against such a regular waste of their national wealth. Just like the popular saying that no man is immune from adversity likewise was Kukura. Adversity struck without prior notice and all hope was lost. Wisdom was the only necessary virtue needed to pull Kukura Kingdom out of self-inflicted penury. Although most neglected, Old Mother Ant was required to put on her thinking cap to save the entire Kukura Kingdom from extinction. The Wisdom of Old Mother Ant is a must read for teens since nothing is permanent in this life. It is a wake -up call to grow and groom a generation that will value the culture of savings and preservation in the 21st century. More importantly, aside being a fable, it foreshadows a nation at its best in the hands of inept officeholders. Leadership is everything. The story has a glossary of over one hundred and forty vocabularies for an interesting reading experience.
In the book "Sparkle, my cute pet", Osakwe Delight expresses her creativity and love for writing through imagery and experiences. Still a student in her junior secondary, the book reaches out to children and teenagers, who will love the story in the book. The book is educative and a must-read for every young child.
The mysterious deaths in Okon’s family triggered a chain of events. Left all alone and despised by everyone, he lived in a world where only fate could take its toll. Our part in life is to persevere and learn as quickly as we can for our victory depends upon our perception of the world.
BamBam really wants a pet but she doesn't know which one is ideal for her. Her dad encourages her to ask Jesus. Will Jesus give BamBam what she desires? How long will she have to wait?
The purpose of this book is to create an atmosphere for your Seed (child), make you conscious of what you speak into your Seed and help your Seed to build self-confidence and feel more capable of taking on new encounters. In a world of various depravities, we deal with matters from the root first with the power of our spoken words. We need our Seeds to be resilient, knowing they can push through anything in life.
Children's Chronicle is a series of interesting bedtime stories that not only educates your child(dren) on basic life's lessons but also builds their imaginative minds.
This book ‘Bright Light’, is my heart written out in words to every reader.Our world will be a better and more beautiful place to live in if we can all shine our lights in every possible way. This is why I believe that we all need to be reminded daily about how much good we can offer, and the great difference we will make when we shine brightly.Dear Reader, you are a bright light. I am a bright light too. It is time to shine. Nothing can hold us back without our permission. Someone once said to me, “the beauty of light is that it shines.” I agree.I desire that every child who reads this book will realize, just like Tomi did in this book, the practical ways to shine as lights.Shine with so much love, energy, and excitement. No apologies! Remember, every act of kindness counts.Let us make our world a better place. We have so much good to offer.
Two year old Sammy, living with his mum and Dad takes us into his home to show us all the exciting things he likes to do. He talks about his favourite food, colours and cartoons. He enjoys playing outdoor with his friend Mike and his Dad. They play football together. His love for dancing is what makes him a happy child. His struggle with some tasks but blames it on his age. He is however very optimistic about what he can achieve as he grows older. At the end of the activities, Sammy is excited knowing that he has revealed himself to you. He assures us he will be back with more interesting stories as he waves goodbye.
Sometimes, we don’t need many things to be happy. Titus wished he could help the poor people around him. But he could hardly help himself, much less others. He hoped to be wealthy one day like Leonard, his friend. Leonard cared nothing about Titus, except his fish, which he would not stop coming back for. How long could Titus put up with Leonard’s selfishness? How long before he could get a big boat like Leonard’s to catch more fish and become successful too? Just One Fish is a beautiful and inspiring tale about friendship, contentment and selflessness. It spells out values that will direct the minds of young ones towards optimism in life and diligence to work. This story falls nothing short of a classic!