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  • School Bus Ride

    250.00

    School Bus Ride is a very unique story that opens up the quiet side of some childhood fantasies. Two smart girls, Bintu and Tina take their pound of flesh from Linda when the girls represented their school in the prestigious UNICEF Verbal and Quantitative Aptitude quiz competition, where they won a beautiful luxury bus for their school.
    This is another dramatic story which teaches that those who work hard would laugh at last.

  • Tola my Faithful Niece

    300.00
    From a poor village girl, Biola became a very rich and powerful woman in the city.
    Suddenly she went down with a rather strange illness which gave her   the opportunity to test her nieces’ faithfulness. The book is written in a simple language and the suspense in the story will arouse the curiosity of the young readers.
  • Reward

    300.00

    Chief Foladunyo and Tanimola are men of different worlds. Chief Foladunyo, a rich man takes delight in oppressing and taking advantage of others. Tanimola on the other hand, is poor, generous and accommodating. The people of Opala Village were asked to present a candidate for a challenging position.
    ‘Whatever a man sows, shall he reap’ says  an  adage. Read to know who gets this important position and how?

  • Ada the Faithful Girl

    300.00

    One day, Princess Chioma met Ada at the stream and invited her to live at the palace. Princess Chioma trusted Ada with whom she kept her precious jewels. Two other girls employed in the palace became jealous of Ada and plotted to put her in trouble.
    Did they succeed? What happened to Ada in the palace?
    Pupils should read this interesting story to learn lessons of loyalty and honesty. They will also learn that both evil and good deeds are rewarded.

  • The Father’s Dream

    300.00

    The downfall of a man is not the end of his life. If a fallen man can rise again, he might still make it to the expected end. In My Father’s Dream, Vickky Solomon tells the story of the fall and rise of Bamise in a straight-forward chronological narrative. The story builds up in the small village of Kajose and gains momentum until it climaxes in a pleasant explosion of a dream come true for Bamise and his family. Readers will find the plot and style of writing enchanting and interesting.

  • The Hunters Dog

    250.00

    The three stories in this book are very interesting. The characters are a mixture of human and animal and each has a distinct exciting personality.
    * In ‘The Hunter’s Dog’, Aja-ode teaches his wicked, selfish  master to change his ways.
    * In ‘Be Hopeful’, the story exemplifies the saying ‘Try, try and try again’ to be successful.
    * In ‘The Tortoise and His Children’, the children will learn that stealing is bad and the reward can be a disaster.
    The language used in the book is excellent and it is a model for pupils to copy.

  • The Widow’s Daughter

    250.00

    Loni and her mother, a widow, lived a harsh and unpleasant life. Temporary relief came her way when Chief Sago adopted her. However, Mrs. Sago and her daughter Zorita did not allow her to enjoy the sponsorship of Chief Sago when he travelled abroad and left her in his wife’s care. Mrs. Sago, to spite Loni, sent her on a very dangerous journey which surprisingly brought her great riches.

  • The Two Jolly Friends

    250.00

    Jagua and Jofia were very good friends in Lafia town. They were talented musicians and acrobatic dancers.
    Unfortunately, their selfishness and greediness deprived them of the success and wealth that came their way. Their story was one of fall from grace to grass until they met Ali, a suya seller who taught them a great lesson that changed their lives.
    The language is flawless and there is a glossary to enrich the reader’s vocabulary. Children will enjoy reading this entertaining story from which they will learn a lot of lessons.

  • Bengo and the Wise Man

    250.00

    Bengo Asuka, six years old and in primary 2, had a dream in which a Wise Man took him on a trip across the sea to the Koro Island and Jolie Island.
    His experience on koro island was frightening and that of Jolie Island was so pleasant and joyous that he wanted to live there forever.
    Pupils will enjoy reading the exciting adventures of Bengo and learnt a lot of moral lessons from the narration of his dream.

  • The Ambitious Girl

    350.00

    The Ambitious Child is a smooth and straightforward story, whose central theme is to help a child to pursue excellence and greatness, through hardwork and honesty.
    The story is beautifully crafted with mental pictures and scenarios that leave a lasting impression on the lives and hearts of children. The story tells its readers about how Dayo Williams rose from the dusts of defeat to become a shining example to other children.

  • Cock and Bull Story

    350.00

    Cock and Bull Story takes the readers on a pleasant journey through the animal kingdom where two very good friends, Cock and Bull, squander the animals’ money and tell an unbelievable lie (cock and bull story) to cover up their fraud. The book is written to teach children lessons of honesty and faithfulness using the popular figurative expression, ‘cock and bull story’. Read to know more.Cock and Bull Story takes the readers on a pleasant journey through the animal kingdom where two very good friends, Cock and Bull, squander the animals’ money and tell an unbelievable lie (cock and bull story) to cover up their fraud. The book is written to teach children lessons of honesty and faithfulness using the popular figurative expression, ‘cock and bull story’. Read to know more.

  • The Ant and The Elephant

    350.00

    The Ant and the Elephant is a story that speaks volumes on the fact that greatness has nothing to do with size. The story teaches children to be their brother’s keeper. It also serves as a great lesson to bullies. It is written in strong but simple language to amuse as well as to strengthen the children’s vocabulary.