Events

Bookish Fun at Book Summer 2019

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On the 2nd of August 2019, our Book Summer 2019 edition began. The event opened up with Mr Philip Amiola, a Business Consultant, teaching on The Power of Books in Transformative Leadership. This was an insightful session as he taught the teens how they can be strategic in their reading and how reading can be […]

Book Reviews

THE LIFE BEHIND THE SCENES OF A BOY SOLDIER: REVIEWING ALEXANDER OCHOGWU’S “THE DIARY OF A BOY SOLDIER, CREED OF BROTHERHOOD”.

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This book chronicles the journey of a young boy in military school (Ayorinde) who had fantasized about becoming a soldier after he saw a young man in soldier’s attire pass through his school. He pursued that dream until he gained admission into a military school. Though his mother was reluctant at the beginning but his […]

Book Reviews

Life Lessons From Michelle Obama.

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I have always admired Michelle Obama from a distance and watched her work with children and how she performed her duties beside her husband as First Lady of the United States. When this book was launched, it felt like I could now know Michelle Obama not just from a distance but up close. I wasn’t […]

Book Reviews

To Err is Human, To Forgive is Divine.

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I was immediately drawn into Jacquelyn Mitchard’s book Cage of Stars because it was a child narrator telling the story. I actually love to read books that speak from the place of innocence. The story begins from the end (sort of) through the prologue. We see a young girl hounded by reporters about why she […]