ZODML’s May Senior Secondary Reading Programme (SSRP), an interactive reading session with government secondary school students,was between 26 students from Wahab Folawiyo Senior High School and Akande Dahunsi Memorial Senior High School. The students had an interactive reading session at its Community Library with Wale Haruna ZODML’s Library Officer.
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Death of an Ex-Minister by El Saadawi, Nawal
In his mother's arm, a government minister describes an encounter with a junior employee, a woman, who would not submit. Shattering his preconceived notions of acceptable behavior, the incident leads ultimately to the man's breakdown, dismissal and death...
Students of Wahab Folawiyo Junior High School and Akande Dahunsi Memorial Junior High School had an interesting reading session at ZODML Community Library with guest anchor, Bukola Akinrogbe, ZODML staff.
The title of the book discussion was 'Sybil Ludington: Freedom's Brave Rider'. The story book told of a young American girl named Sybil Ludington’s experience, living in New York at a time when the U.S was under the British rule.
The reading programme commenced at 10.30am with each of the students introducing themselves and informing us of their favourite foods.
“Tomorrow’s people plug into the collective wisdom and shared history of books.” - Anonymous
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The Forest of God: Annotated Translation of D.O. Fagunwa's Igbo Olodumare by Ajadi, Gabriel .A
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To America and Back Alive! By Fafunwa, Babs
This book is the second of the trilogy, first published as Up and On! A Nigerian Teacher's Odyssey. This part of the story deals with the author's experiences, exploits, frustrations and triumphs in the white man's land of the forties and fifties.
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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.