THE EARLY TEACHER Hi Leaners! Is time to learn with fun I am an early Teacher With the imagination of the past centuries This is the time I will love to tell you some good stories Its historic analysis Will lead you to the future glories Pay attention as I unveil the story from the mind of glossies
A new girl... In a new school... Tells a story few of her classmates will believe. A girl unhappy to be going to a new school is asked to tell her new class mates a story. She tells a story the school and the world would have a hard time believing. A story that transcends what is real and normal. A story of the spiritual. A story of God and angels
Islamic Folklore Tales of Abu Hurairah The Father of Small Cats Bilingual Edition In English and Germany Languange Standar Version. One day, his yearning to meet Allah intensified. While his visitors were invoking Allah to cure him of his disease, he was imploring Allah saying, "O Allah, I love to meet You, so love to meet me." In AH 59, he died at the age of 78. His calm body was buried in a blessed place among the reverent inhabitants of Al-Baqii. Returning from his funeral, the people kept reciting many of the traditions that he had taught them about the noble Messenger. One of the recent Muslims asked his friends, "Why was our deceased sheikh called Abu Hurairah?" His knowing friend answered, "In the preislamic time his name was `Abd Shams. When he embraced Islam, the Messenger called him `Abd Ar-Rahman. He used to be sympathetic towards animals. He had a cat that he used to feed, carry, clean, and shelter, and it used to accompany him as if it were his shadow. Thus, he was called Abu Hurairah, which means father of the small cats. May Allah be pleased with him."
“Tobi Visits The Conservatory” is a wonderful illustrated story about a little girl living with her parents in Lagos, Nigeria. Join Tobi, mum, dad and best friend Olly as they discover an amazing wildlife habitat in the heart of the city. This book is suitable for early readers and great for story time. It is also a useful guide for a visit to the conservation centre.
Reward for disobedience is a very educative story book for children. Its is aimed at educating the child that there is always a price for every act of disobedience. As illustrated in the story, the little boy did not heed to the instructions of his mother and advice of his siblings. He acted out of his inquisitiveness and thereafter, destroyed his dream of being educated.
Pam can go up is the third (level 3) in the series of the collection - Fun with Phonics. the series is a short trilogy for children aged 3 - 5 years and helps start them off on reading.
Proper hand washing can prevent the spread of disease. It is an effective and affordable way to practice good hygiene. Why Do You Wash Your Hands? is a fun way to teach Children the importance of hand washing. With colorful illustrations and simple language, children will love reading this book. Why Do You Wash Your Hands? is wonderful for early readers of all ages and perfect for story time. This book deploys a fun pictorial style to help children and their parents understand the importance of regular hand washing whilst learning the different occasions before or after which they should wash their hands. Why Do You Wash Your Hands? is the first indigenous Nigerian children’s picture book to be published simultaneously in 4 languages – English, Yoruba, Igbo and Hausa.
This is the fourth book in the Tutvuu series. In this instalment, Eyin Ilekun comes under attack from the evil gods who gained possession of the town through the negligence and greed of the town's ancestors. The parents in the town fall under an evil enchantment which makes them sick to death. Tutvuu and her friends seek counsel from Kike's uncle who explains only a guardian can reverse the god's enchantment. In desperation Tutvuu sets off into a dark forest to seek out a guardian who has not been seen for centuries
Ịsa aka nke ọma nwere ike igbochi mgbasasi ọrịa. Ọ bụ ụzọ dị ire, dịrịkwa ọnụ ala ịkwado omume ịdị ocha. GỊNỊ MERE I JI ASA AKA GỊ? bụ ụzọ di ụtọ ikuziri ụmụaka na ịsa aka di mkpa. N’ihi na akwụkwọ a nwere ihe osise mara mma, tinyere asụsụ dị mfe e jiri dee ya, ọ ga-amasi ụmụaka ịgụ ya ma nakọta ihe mmado so ya na ngwụcha akụkọ. GỊNỊ MERE I JI ASA AKA GỊ? di ezigbo mma maka ụmụaka afọ niile ndị bidoro ịgụ akwụkwọ ọsisọ dịkwa ezigbo mma maka oge akụkọ. Ọ bụ ihe mara mma inye dịka onyinye na ememme ncheta ọmụmụ ụmụaka na ememme gi niile ọzọ. Zụta akwụkwọ a nye umuaka niile nọ na ndụ gi, zụtakwuo nke i ga-enye ndị ọzọ.
Ọ́wó fífọ dada le dá arún dúró. . Ójẹ ọ̀nà tí kó ná ní lówó tí ó sí wú ló púpọ̀ lati sé itọjú ara dádá. KÍLÓDÉ TI Ó MÁ NFỌ ỌWỌ RẸ? Jé ọ̀ná ídárá yá láti kọ́ ọmọdé ní pàtàkí ọwọ́ f́ifọ́. Pẹlu àwòrán tí ó jọjú atí èdè tí kó lé, ọmọdé ma fẹ́ látí ka iwé yì atí látí kó awón àwòrán tí ofá ní mó ra lẹyín itán náà jọ. KÍLÓDÉ TI Ó MÁ NFỌ ỌWỌ RẸ? dárá fún awón tí ó sẹ̀sẹ̀ bẹ̀rẹ̀ sí mó iwé ká laí nóní ọjọ órí wón, ó sí tún dárá fún igbà alọ. O dárá latí fí sí inú àpò ẹbún fún ajọ yọ ọjọ́ ìbì atí gbogbo ajóyọ tí ẹ fẹ́ se. Ra iwé yi fún àwon ọmọ tí o yí yín ka atí dí ẹ̀ si latí fún awón mírán.