Have kids age 3-8? Welcome to my little corner. And as a thank you for visiting here today, here is my gift for your little one.
I desire to get more stories into storybooks and make them accessible and where possible, discounted.
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Hi, I am Ngozi Edema. I am a storyteller, podcaster and online entrepreneur.
I love writing stories for kids and creating recipes on my other website, Africanfoods.co.uk
Since you are here, I assume you may be interested in kids stories and have a child within my focus age range, 3-9 years.
Thank you for visiting my little space online. I have prepared a little gift for my little audience and I hope they enjoy it. This gift is a taste of what to expect here. It is a nice little treat to let you know there is more to come.
My new book, The Proud Sunflower will be published on August 31st and free for three days starting September 1st.
Here is a five star editorial review of the book by The Readers Favaurite: Reviewed By Shrabastee Chakraborty for Readers’ Favorite.
"The Proud Sunflower, a short story by Ngozi Edema, narrates the tale of Princess Sanzu, the most gorgeous sunflower on earth. Read More...
Find below other books you might be interested in, Mama's Daycare and my recipe book, Bringing Africa Home.
Mama's daycare was published in April 2019 is my first children's book and I am happy with the success so far.
It has great reviews on Amazon and I am confident most kids will love it. Parents and grandparents will fun discussing the story with their little angels.
Below are editorial reveiws from the Readers Favourite and Online Book Club.
Bringing Africa Home is a cookbook of 52 easy recipes meant to be tried one a week if you are new to African food. Most of the recipes use common everyday ingredients you might already have in your pantry!
Cooking was often passed down from one generation to the next.
Watch out for Freddy and the veggies, out in the fall. If you have not signup for my newsletter, then please do so before leaving. We will not send you spamy emails because we do not like them too. You will only hear from us once or at most twice a month.
Be sure to check out my weekly podcast - Story Telling With Ngozi. Here, I feature original stories created by me as well as selected stories by other authors aimed at teaching kids valuable lessons for today's life. You can check out my podcast straightaway by listening to the audio version of my book - Mama's Day care in my storytelling podcast, Storytelling with Ngozi below:
Watch out for my book out in the fall, Freddy And The Veggies. Check our events column from time to time for updates. In the meantime your kid can listen to the stories at Storytelling with Ngozi here .