Books

  1. Arrow of God- Chinua Achebe
  2. The Famished Road- Ben Okri
  3. The Interpreters- Wole Soyinka
  4. The Secret Lives of Baba Segi’s Wife- Lola Shoneyin
  5. Who Fears Death-  Nnedi Okorafor
  6. Half of a Yellow  Sun- Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
  7. Unbridled-Jude Dibia
  8. Sozaboy- Ken Saro Wiwa
  9. Walking with Shadows- Jude Dibia
  10. Yellow-Yellow- Kaine Agary
  11. Nine Lives- El Nukoya
  12. Without a Silver Spoon- Eddie Iroh
  13. Akin the Drummer Boy- Cyprian Ekwensi
  14. Jagua Nana- Cyprian Ekwensi
  15. The Palm-wine Drinkard- Amos Tutuola
  16. Toads for Supper- Vincent Chukwuemeka Ike
  17. Joys of Motherhood- Buchi Echemeta
  18. Efuru- Flora Nwapa
  19. Everything Good Will Come- Sefi Atta
  20. The Concubine- Elechi Amadi
  21. The Lion and the Jewel- Wole Soyinka
  22. Songs from the Marketplace/ Village Voices / The Eye of the Earth- Niyi Osundare
  23. Things Fall Apart- Chinua Achebe
  24. The Passport of Mallam Ilia-Cyprian Ekwensi
  25. Our Husband has Gone Mad Again-Ola Rotimi
  26. Nights of the Creaking Bed- Toni Kan
  27. Measuring Time- Helon Habila
  28. Burma Boy- Biyi Bandele
  29. Labyrinths- Christopher Okigbo
  30. Ake: The Years of Childhood- Wole Soyinka
  31. Anthills of the Savannah- Chinua Achebe
  32. Time Changes Yesterday- Nyengi Koin
  33. Second Chance- Nyengi Koin
  34.    2013 heartblowing Novels
    1. Soldier od Fortune. By Max Siollum
    2. Nairobi Heat. By Mukoma Wa Ngugi
    3. What Sunny saw in The Flame. By Nnedi Okorafor
    4. The Last day at Forcados High. By A.H Muhammed
    5. Fela: This Bitch Of a Life. By  Carlos Moore
    6. The Secret Lives of Baba Segis Wives. By Lola Shoneyin
    7. In Dependence. By Sara Ladipo Manyinka
    8. Everyday is for the Thief. By Teju Cole
    9. Cloth Girl. By Marilyn Mills
    10. Measuring Time. By Helon Habila
    11. Waiting for an Angel. By Helon Habila
    12. Tropical fish. By Doreen Baingana
    13. Night of the Creaking Bed. By Toni kan
    14. Space. By Collective writers
    15. 26a By Diana Evans
    16. I Do Not Come To You By Chance. By Adaobi Tricia Nwaubani
    17. A Life in Full and Other stories.
    18. African Violet and Other stories
    19. To See The Mountain and Other Stories
    20. Tiny Sunbirds, Far away. By Christie Watson
    21. Imagine This. By Sade adeniran
    22. The Hidden Star. By Sello K. Duiker
    23. Kemis Journal. By Abidemi Sanusi
    24. Zacks Story. By Abidemi Sanusi
    25. Highlife Giants. By John Collins
    26. Afro-Dysiac: A collection Of South african Erotic Poetry. By Myesha Jenkins,Raphael dAbdon,Natalia Molebatsi.
    27. My Life Has a Price : A Memoir of Survival and Freedom. By  Tina Okpara
    28. Give Me Room to Move My Feet. By Mildred Kiconco Barya
    29. Dream Maker. By Sammy sage Hassan
    30. Nigerian Festivals: The famous And Not So Famous. By Pelu Awofeso
    31. Baba’s Story , Nigeria is 50 “Olusegun Obasanjo” Biography.
    32. Children CatlogA series of very onteresting novel specifically written within the language level of children between the ages of 9 and 13.
      1. Give Them a Chance by Aguwamba
      2. Lion on The Hill by Meniru
      3. The College Heroes by Akintola
      4. Boy Masquerade by Ekwensi
      5. The Lost Father by Umoh
      6. Kure Kure By Taiwo
      7. The Boys Have a Day Out by Ethal
      8. Amope The Slave Girl by Okeze
      9. The Lost Twins by Oladosu
      10. When a Past Came Caling
      11. Long Shadows by Umenyili
      12. Thirst for  Vengeance by Rahman
      13. High School Stories by Solarin
      14. A Cloud of Shadows by Umoh
      15. Joy at Last by Ita-Asuquo
      16. Ola and Samuel By Ekene
      17. Ena’s Family and Friends by Mogekwe
      18. How to Build Your Own Country. By Valerie Wyatt
      19. Clever Squirrel and The Great Wedding Contest. By Yusuf M. Adamu
      20. Mayowa and The Masquerades. By Lola Shoneyin
      21. The Red Transistor radio. By Fatima Akilu
      22. The yellow mosquito Net. By Fatima akilu
      23. Preye and The Sea of plastic. By fatima akilu
      24. Aliyyah Learn a New Dance. By Fatima Akilu
      25. Timis Dream Comes True. By fatima Akilu
      26. Kitwa Plays The Drum. By fatima Akilu
      27. Ngozi Comes to Town. By fatima Akilu
      28. Yinka washes His Hand. By fatima Akilu
      29. Ellie and The Cat. By Malorie Blackman
      30. Enos Story. By Ayodele Olofintuade
      31. Birds of Our Land. By Virginia Dike
      32. Princess Arabellas Birthday. By Mylo Freeman
      33. Princess Arabella Mixes colours. By Mylo Freeman
      34. Why We Need Trees. By Virginia Dike
      35. African ABC. By Sade Fadipe

      Past and Present: Novels on Africa’s culture past and contemporary issues..

      1. Dupe by Kobiti-Babade
      2. The Return of Ikenga by Ohuka
      3. Service of The Fatherland by Bamisaiye
      4. Time change Yesterday by Koin
      5. Like Saint, Like Serpent by Oguntoye
      6. The Enemies by Wanshe
      7. Another Chance. By Agbagha
      8. Tale of tyrant by Lucky
      9. Father and son: Same Destiny by Duru
      10. The Unknown Tomorrow. By Orewa
      11. Call Monah. By Bamodu
      12. Tears on my pillow. By Salihu
      13. Onions Make Us Cry. By Fallo
      14. The Foresight. By Omotosho
      15. Adunni. By Babade
      16. Abuja My Dream. By Umeh
      17. Sound in Silence. By Chukwuemeka

      Books on prevention against drug abuse

      1. Dele, The Lion of Aroko by Odejide
      2. Which way, amina? By Ade-Ajayi
      3. Iyortshe and The Gangs. By Kolade
      4. The Liberators. By Ogunsheye
      5. The Rescue of Uncle Babs. By Okediran
      6. For Whom The Mourners Mourn. By Ekwuazi
      7. No Where To Hide. By Okoye.
      8. The Invisible Enemy. By Tolu Eni-Olorunda
      9. What Next. By Oluwaremi Ayodele Bamisaiye
      10. Where is Kuta. By Olusegun Kolawole
      11. Chika Talks a Lot. By Oluwaremi Ayodele Bamisaiye
      12. Sunday Afternoo Entertainment. By Wale Moronkola
      13. Next folks, New Ideas. By Olusegun Kolawole.

       

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