The Missing Clock is an award-winning out-of-Africa reversal-of-fortune (ROF) story for Children and Young Adults. It won The Nigeria Prize for Literature, the biggest literary award on the continent, in 2011. In the words of the Panel of Judges: “A gifted storyteller, Mai Nasara explores the consciousness, emotions and actions of a child in a fascinating narrative distinguished by the simplicity of its themes, ideas, language and style. "Indeed, this is a lovable and credible novel that endorses family cohesion and responsible parenting that would guide children to become imaginative, well-motivated and balanced individuals…”
This is a story about a girl who lived in the village and wanted to go to the city. Where would she find her true source of beauty?
Success story emphasizes on a particular subject matter which is: Hope. Success, in her dreams, hopes for a life better than the one she lives. And she has to deal with betrayal from a friend. Success and her friends in the orphanage home represents orphans all round the world that hope for a better future. What is the question you are asking yourself right now! Did she actually attain this bright future she hopes for? How did she come about it? Find out in this touching and exciting story!
ALSO NO MERCY FOR THE WICKED King Kuye was a powerful king. He ruled over a large number of people for a long period of time. He fought many battles and won them all. He therefore built a powerful kingdom and commanded a mighty army. But he was a wicked ruler. He punished people unjustly, extorted money from the poor, detained people at will and snatched wives from their husbands. After many years of his wicked leadership, the king found himself in a serious problem. He was dying in pains and agony. All his charms and army can not save him. The only people who can save him are the people who had been victims of his wicked rulership. Will they forget the past and show mercy on the wicked king? This story is for kids, but you too will enjoy it.