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Ikenna Goes to Nigeria By Ifeoma Onyefulu,

  • Title: Ikenna Goes to Nigeria
  • Author: Ifeoma Onyefulu
  • ISBN: 9781845075859
  • Page: 117
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In stunning photographs and bright, informative prose, award winning author Ifeoma Onyefulu recounts an unusual and rewarding journey Young Ikenna lives in rainy London He takes a trip far away to his ancestral home in sunny Nigeria In Lagos he plays with his cousins Then the rain starts But there s still lots to do Ikenna meets great uncle Hillary, who drove the royIn stunning photographs and bright, informative prose, award winning author Ifeoma Onyefulu recounts an unusual and rewarding journey Young Ikenna lives in rainy London He takes a trip far away to his ancestral home in sunny Nigeria In Lagos he plays with his cousins Then the rain starts But there s still lots to do Ikenna meets great uncle Hillary, who drove the royal train across Nigeria in 1956 After that he and his Mum attend the Oshun Festival, and Ikenna sees age old ceremonies and colorful traditions Told in the first person, this charming photographic book shows young readers the pleasures that await in other countries and cultures.
    Ikenna Goes to Nigeria In stunning photographs and bright informative prose award winning author Ifeoma Onyefulu recounts an unusual and rewarding journey Young Ikenna lives in rainy London He takes a trip far away to his

    One thought on “Ikenna Goes to Nigeria”

    1. Award winning author, Ifeoma Onyefulu, writes through her son s viewpoint in this great non fiction picture book Ifeoma s son, Ikenna shares with readers the wonder and excitement of travelling to Nigeria to visit family and learning about his own roots in Africa This multicultural text was published in Britain and includes large colorful photographs to introduce the reader to Nigerian culture This culturally specific book is a great non fiction text that includes a glossary and index I would i [...]

    2. This book is a children s story about a little boy you travels to Nigeria The author explains all the different sites and cities the boy visits In my opinion the book is ok to me but if anyone wanted to teach their children about African countries, this book would be good.

    3. I appreciate that this book shows that Africa includes modern cities as well as traditional ways of living often both in the same place but because it moves through so many different parts of Nigeria in a brief narrative it felt somewhat rushed and info dump y to me.

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