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Children’s Bundle 2 (Ages 7-8)
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Children’s Bundle 2 (Ages 7-8)

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About the author(s)

Alaba Onajin

Alaba Onajin is a graphic novelist with a diploma of Cartooning and Illustration from Morris College of Journalism, Surrey Kent. His work includes The Adventures of Atioro, and other collaboration projects with UNESCO and Goethe Institut. He lives in Ondo State, Nigeria.

Okechukwu Ofili

Okechukwu Ofili has been writing children’s books for as long as he can remember – which is not very long, frankly. Somehow, this author, founder/CEO of okadabooks.com, motivational speaker and full time engineer has managed to write this adventure about one brave girl and the magic of hair; because deep down he believes that nobody is ever too old, too geeky or too busy to see the world through a child’s eyes.

Simidele Dosekun

Simidele Dosekun is a lecturer in media and cultural studies in the School of Media, Film and Music at the University of Sussex. Her research interests cut across gender and feminism in Africa; transnational feminist cultural studies; feminist theory; and qualitative, feminist and poststructuralist methodologies. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Social Studies from Harvard University.

Yejide Kilanko

Born in Ibadan, Nigeria, Yejide Kilanko is a writer of poetry and fiction, and a therapist in children’s mental health. She currently lives with her family in Ontario, Canada. Yejide’s debut novel, Daughters Who Walk This Path, a national bestseller, was published by Penguin Canada, April 2012 and Pintail Books (Penguin USA) January 2013. The novel has been translated into German and Thai. In 2012, Yejide was named one of the top five hottest up-and-comers on the Canadian writing scene by the Globe and Mail.

About the author(s)

Alaba Onajin

Alaba Onajin is a graphic novelist with a diploma of Cartooning and Illustration from Morris College of Journalism, Surrey Kent. His work includes The Adventures of Atioro, and other collaboration projects with UNESCO and Goethe Institut. He lives in Ondo State, Nigeria.