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Best Book for Young Children 2008
This is the second Children's Africana Book Award for author/photographer Ifeoma Onyefulu. Here Comes Our Bride was named Best Book for Young Children in 2005. Read more here...
Ifeoma Onyefulu's Books
around the world
Book Awards (U.S)
Building the city walls
Image by Ifeoma Onyefulu
Writer, children's author and photographer
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The Goat That Vanished
eBook short story for the Kindle
Words: Ifeoma Onyefulu
Images: Emeka Malbert
Published Autumn 2013
BooksgoWalkabout, Cambs, UK
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Sankore Mosque in Timbuktu
International conference calls
I am always happy to consider attendance at children's book conferences or events.
My work can be presented in the form of ideas and journeys that inspire my creativitiy.
I can use my stock photography and published works as a way to celeberate and illuminate African culture to a variety of audiences - young and old.
Whether discussing and presenting my work to academics or practitioners, or delivering activities to children, parents and carers. I am happy to devise sessions to best meet the the needs of your event.
If you have an interest at state or regional level in tours of my work across a variety of settings and locations, just let me know.
I can work with you to generate sessions that compliment the aims of your programme.
Please use my contact page to let me know about your events or conference and I can send you my thoughts on timings and fees accordingly...without any commitment at this stage.
Ifeoma and helpers at a UK Leyton Stories event helping children to play games from Africa. (Images by kind permission)
Ifeoma drumming with a group of children and the UK Education Minister, the Rt. Hon. Ed Balls at the recent opening of a new Children's Centre in England.