A young woman makes that all-important rite of passage from adolescence to adulthood. However, her early adult life is marred by childlessness in a society that places a great premium on children and motherhood as the ultimate mark of womanhood.
Adult Books, African Writers Series
Money Galore by S.A. Amu Djoleto0 out of 5(0)
Money Galore is a novel written by Amu Djoleto. He was born in the year 1929 in a small Ghanaian village. He had his secondary education at Accra Academy and St. Augustine?s College. He furthered his tertiary education at the University of Ghana, Legon, where he read English and later had a study in textbook production at the Institute of Education (University of London). He published his first novel, _The Strange Man?, in 1967 and published _Money Galore? in 1975. He also played an active role in the African Writers Series and Education as a whole.SKU: n/a
Adult Books, African Writers Series, Children Books
A Squatter’s Tale0 out of 5(0)
A Squatter’s Tale is a 1997 novel by Nigerian author Ike Oguine. The novel focuses on the experience of African immigrants to the United States, and the challenges faced in the contemporary African diaspora. Other themes include discussion of African economic policies.SKU: n/a