The Missing Girl by Sunday Igwebuike

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No Image AvailableTitle: The Missing Girl

Author: Sunday Igwebuike

Genre: Fiction

Format: Paperback/E-Book

Book Dimension: 9 x 6/151KB

Number of Pages:  56

Publication Year: July 09, 2013

Publisher: Justfiction!edition

ISBN: 978-3-8454-4841-1

Available at: Amazon.com

Short Description: The Missing Girl is about the unfortunate disappearance of a beautiful, hard working, promising, wonderful and lovely Nigerian School Girl, Miss Ogadi Udoka, who was rescued from the cold hands of death through the miraculous intervention of God.

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Big Brother by Sunday Igwebuike

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Author: Sunday Igwebuike

Genre: Fiction (Poetry)

Format: Paperback/E-Book

Book Dimension: 9 x 6/-

Number of Pages: 62

Publication Year: July 09, 2013

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing

ISBN: 978-1490954653

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Short Description: Big Brother is a collection of poems meant to teach young readers and minds the basic rudiments of poetry. In other words, it is poetry at the Grassroot or to use the jargon: catch them young. It brings to the fore the standard needed for societal upliftment and mutual co-existence.

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Cross Road and Other Stories by Sunday Igwebuike

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Author: Sunday Igwebuike

Genre: Fiction (Short Stories)

Format: Paperback/E-Book

Book Dimension: 9 x 6/-

Number of Pages: 60

Publication Year: December 01, 2012

Publisher: Justfiction!edition

ISBN: 9783845445458

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Short Description: Cross Road and Other stories is a collection of short stories from Africa that brings to the fore the lessons of life. It is predicated on the belief that what we sow is what we reap; That we reap the results of our actions whether by act of commission or omission.

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