Ikenna Goes to Nigeria

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Frances Lincoln Children's Bks, Jul 3, 2007 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 40 pages
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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 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.

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About the author (2007)

IFEOMA ONYEFULU's (London) books include A Is for Africa, Emeke's Gift and Ebele's Favourite.

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