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Imagine This, Democratic Practice & Coal Camp Boy – Librarian Book Picks

By Caroline on 13 Apr, 2015

 

What’s on your must-read list this week? Check out the top three books we can’t wait to read this week, selected for you by our librarians!

 

Imagine This by Adeniran, Sade

Since the age of 9, Lola Ogunwole has written a diary. Born in London to Nigerian parents, Lola and her brother Adebola grow up in a foster home after their mother abandons them. They are briefly reunited with their father when, in danger of losing them for good, he moves them back to Nigeria to live.

 

Democratic Practice in Nigeria: The Road to our National Self-Fulfillment 1999-2007 Years of Democratic Experiment and Consolidation Process by Ohale, Francis. Uche

The writing of this book was motivated by the desire for credible changes in the political process in Nigeria. From every measurable indices, democratic practice in Nigeria, is the only road to our national self -fulfillment. The question is; are we ready to exploit the opportunities offered by this practice? Are we ready to shun the evil political practices of our past, to embrace every good tenet of democracy?

 

Coal Camp Boy by Ekwensi, Cyprian

The Palm Library for Younger Readers is a new series of exciting stories which will be found especially enjoyable by students in the primary schools.

 

Feeling Inspired?

You can find all of these awesome titles and more at our Community Library at 196, Awolowo Road, Ikoyi, Lagos. Join our library now for unlimited access to books, DVDs, WiFi and quiet reading environment.

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