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One Pound Fish

One Pound Fish

2014 . Juvenile Fiction, Family . Felix B. Fatunwase

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One Pound Fish

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Jomo was preparing for his GCSE exams when his parents and sister were murdered in a night. The police investigation and effort could not nick the killers. Jomo lived a miserable life while living with his uncle; he could not continue in his education and was made to work as a fisherman. With the help from a strange guest he was liberated, regained his freedom and became a wealthy man in his community. This book explores the past experiences of a family in Africa. The book aims at promoting identity and valuing diversity in a diverse environment like the United Kingdom, USA, Australia and countries of the world with diverse culture. This book gives the youth the opportunity to appreciate, respect and value other peoples culture. In this remarkable and educative book, the author emphasized on how important education is and how what we enjoy doing can bring us happiness. This book is interesting, intriguing, contains suspense, sad but with happy ending for a kind hearted Jomo.

Year:

2014

Language:

English

Publisher:

Xlibris Corporation

Pages:

62

ISBN:

1493139738 (ISBN13: 9781493139736)

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