As Ife looks forward to her birthday during Christmas, her father decides to add color to the D-day with an unexpected present. The gift turns out to be full surprises and the resulting visit by Brittany from Britain to become her friend altogether makes the occasion a joyous and memorable one for the Okeowos.
Pride goes before a fall. Such is the case of a king that wants exceptional clothes made with extraordinary cloth. His new tailors, however, teach him a lesson.
Sneaking out of Uncle Jick's house, Lala and Caca go to the beach and discover it is run down, like their father says. But all hope is not lost, as their secret trip helps to solve a crime.
Tunde has a parrot which he is very fond of. The parrot repeats everything he and his friends say. Tunde loves the company of his parrot so much he almost prefers it to people.
Tutvuu is a brave girl living in a town called Eyin Ilekun. She learns of the existence of magic and spirits in her town and sets out to find a magic orange to heal her mother of a strange illness Tutvuu is a brave, adventurous girl who lives in a small town called Eyin Ilekun. The town has magical roots and is shrouded in mystery. Upon hearing about the existence of spirits and magic fruits, she sets out to find a magic orange to heal her mother of a strange illness that prevents her from walking
Take a journey with Feyi Fay as she travels the world helping kids with any problem they can imagine - bullying, making friends, monsters, anything! This whimsical fantasy adventure series uses Nigerian folktales and legends to guide children of the world through their everyday problems. Each book is a magical adventure packed with mystery, science fiction, suspense, humor and life lessons. A series of unique books that will have kids glued to the end! The first book in the series takes Feyi to England to help a little boy with a mysterious case. This magical adventure is sparked by an old Nigerian legend that seems to have come alive in the boy's living room. With the help of some magic glitter that makes you invisible, cookies that make you giant-sized, and a stick that shrinks you as tiny as an ant, the little boy learns that it’s far better to face your problems than to run away from them.
The Ilesanmi children are on holidays at their grandparents’ house in Ibadan, until their grandfather has to travel to Ilorin urgently. Along with their neighbour, Nosa, they are sent to spend one week in the care of their grandmother’s aunt, 79-year-old Mama Onireke of Ebenezer Lodge. But the old mansion holds more in store for them than a quiet holiday. Someone is getting into the old buildings on the grounds without using the doors. The children are determined to get to the root of the mystery at all costs.