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Akin Goes to School by Ajayi and Crowther
Akin Father was against schooling but akin helped by some kind friends at ofa was determined to do well. Can he overcome the difficulties that stand in the way?
₦700
The Adventures of Souza By Kola Onadipe
The Adventures of Souza: A rascally village boy goes hunting, enrolls in a secret cult, meets a magician and engages in other adventures. What were his experiences?

The Late Kola Onadipe had a career both in education and business.

₦700
One week One trouble By Anezi Okoro
Wilson tagbon goes off to secondary school and there falls into another trouble after another sometimes innocently but sometimes not
₦700
A Fight For Honey By John Iroaganachi
Big strong and powerful nations people and societies [like Mr Lion] should not think of that because of thier might they can take advantage of small and apparently weaker nations and people [like bees] we all have our disadvantages and advantages for survival in this world.
₦700
Tales Out of School By Nwankwo
Bayo goes to secondary school and his first term experience a class rebellion and a challenge to the school football team. bayo's adventure continues
₦700
The Boy In the Ark by Ada K.Agwu
Gomer, the boy in the ark, survives the destruction of the world by flood lasted for forty days. This experience helps him to develop a strong faith in Christianity.
₦700
The Village School by Anezi Okoro
The village primary school comes alive from the moment that roll call is called to the moment when the end of the term brings an exciting change. The story of the school continues in the village Headmaster.
₦700
Akpan and the Smugglers By Uwemedimo
When his father was arrested for smuggling Akpan went all out to prove his innocence.in the process he uncovered the smuggler's gang.
₦700
Eze Goes to College By Nzekwu and Crowder
When Eze wins a place at the college in Onitsha everyone hopes he will do well. Are his adventures and his progress through his college years fascinating?
₦700
The Dreamer Boy By Ada K. Agwu
joseph the Dreamer Boy is sold into slavery by his brothers. with time, he becomes a famous and powerful individual who saves not only his brothers who sold him but his people from starvation.
₦700
My Father's Daughter by Mabel Segun
My Fathers Daughter is a childhood memory of a little girl growing up in a Nigerian village where her strong and kind father was the clergyman.
₦700
Zandi and the Wonderful Pillow by Chukwuka
Customarily any child born with a humpback in this village is thrown into the evil forest and left to die. Zandi tries to escape this customary ordeal. Did he succeed? What were the results?
₦700
Twilight Tales by Akinsemoyin
Twilight is a collection of African folktales which range from misunderstanding English Language expression [seven at a blow ] that lead to mishaps to African Traditional beliefs in the supernatural [ the iroko tree ].
₦700
Ibe:The cannon boy by T.E. Meniru
Ibe was a hardworking brave and devoted young boy. He never attended school because his mother -a poor widow-could not afford his fees. However, Ibe used his energy to work and help less fortunate people. with his bravery, he saved his village from the imminent danger of enemy invasion and plunder. by this, he became a village hero and his name was immortalized as Ibe- The Cannon Boy.
₦700
Why There Are So Many Roads by Peggy Appiah
Why There Are so many roads is a collection of African Folktales which answers the question 'Why?' in the African environment. The questions range from: Why there are so many roads to Why do frogs live in pounds?
₦700
The Village Headmaster by Anezi Okoro
This is the story of an African village community with the primary school as its focus; a down to earth story where most people are part-hero and part-villain; and where at a time of transition, life swirls around the village school and everyone is caught in its web or brushed by the swirl.
₦700
The Boy Slave by Kola Onadipe
Set in West Africa in the 1870s, this is the story of Shettima, a boy who is captured near his village and sold into slavery at the age of eight.
₦700
The Return of The Boy Slave By Kola Onadipe
The Return of the Boy Slave: In Kola Onadipe's book, The Boy Slave, Shettima grows up in slavery. This is the story of how, having won his freedom, he uses it to fight against the slave traders.
₦700
Sugar Girl By Kola Onadipe
Ralia is missing from home under mysterious and unfortunate circumstances. Therefore, sh goes through ordeals, one after the other: First in the hands of a wicked witch and then a hunter.

Will she survive these ordeals and return home...... and under what circumstances?

₦700
Spider's Land by Ada K. Agwu
Combining fact and fiction, this story offers fascinating information about spiders. It tells about their life cycles, their hunting and feeding behaviour, their predators and prey, the habitats of different species, how they spin their webs, and more.
₦700
Magic Land of the Shadows by Kola Onadipe
After the loss of her mother and consistent harsh treatment from her step mother and step sisters, a young girl's misfortune ends when she serendipitously finds a land of the shadows run by magic.
₦700
Double Trouble By Anezi Okoro
living up to his nickname:"willie in trouble" Wison tagbo steals out of school night to far more trouble than he had imagined.
₦700
An African Night's Entertainment by Cyprian Ekwensi
A story of desire and vengeance, this book starts with the longing of a wealthy man called Shehu for a child of his own and continues with the obsessive search by Abu Bakir for revenge on Shehu for luring away the woman he was to marry. It ends with the murder of Shehu by his own son.
₦700
Eze goes to school By Onuora Nzekwu
Eze Goes to School, co-authored by Onuora Nzekwu and Micheal Crowder remains one of those classical master pieces by pioneer African writers that may never outlive their relevance in the society.
₦700
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