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Ours is a fast-paced generation which measures success by material acquisition while forgetting the impact of social systems and structures, especially one as pivotal as the family. Real Mother recognises this neglected structure, society’s smallest component – the family, and highlights the even more important role of the mother who is the backbone that makes a home stand. It explores the tasks, trials and the triumphs of motherhood and offers practical insights and guides to the reader. The author uses real-life examples and relatable illustrations to instruct, advice and guide mothers (and intending mothers) on how to navigate the hazy maze that motherhood is.
"Two brothers, thirty poems, and spellbinding language. Didactic. Poignant. Riveting!" "In this collection, two brothers stand masterfully on the podium in the colosseum of language to teach, galvanize, and jolt us to the individual and collective Nigerian reality. Emmanuel and Michael have done a truly remarkable thing. Captains of language, the cadence of the voices in this collection is both authoritative and accessible."
The Chronicles of An Intern is a conundrum of organized experiences with lucid lessons for you and me. This book is spiced with indigenous quotes and very practical examples to back up every lesson shared. It espouses on the importance of people to the growth of anyone’s career and how an intern can maximise the gift of people to grow and get better. I will recommend that you align your personal development, career and organisation’s goal with this well rounded book. The Chronicles of An Intern by Emmanuel Faith is for an intern who needs to excel. – Adeteniola Olorunfemi Budding Management Consultant