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Monday, June 14, 2021

Memory Lane......



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  1. All, literature classes you must buy 1 every term/ session

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    1. St Elsewhere Phoenix14 June 2021 at 14:03

      Read all more than twice

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    2. Wow.. twice, Phoenix Jacobian

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    3. All. I read all and I had all.

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    4. The bottled leopard, passport of mallam illiya, things fall apart, cry the beloved country, an African nights entertainment, one week one trouble, jagua nanas daughter, the drummer boy, the rainmaker, the concubine, efuru, trials of brother jero, the lion and the jewel and so many others ..... Let me not add the foreign ones.

      Even now, if I could get my hands on original pacesetters books I would make a collection. Loved those things.

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    5. I still sugar girl and without a silver spoonπŸ˜€. I pray my child enjoys reading novel as much as I did while growing up

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    6. Thanks anon 15:46, I don download almost all the novels you wrote there ,

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    7. Treasures please I’d love to have those books if you don’t mind . @ daphneesson@gmail.com
      Thank you

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  2. I read all. #bookloverπŸ˜‹πŸ₯°πŸ₯°

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  3. Read all over and again...so sad we don't have a reading culture anymore, or better still, as much as it was back then

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  4. I read Chike and the River/Eze goes to school.
    Those were times when kids read books.
    These days, it's video games and social media. A child opens his/her mouth and speaks English and you will almost want to shut it for the person.
    Very embarrassing, as it is. Parents are contributory to it.
    I banned video games/cartoon/social media in my house and they are all
    straight A students, all of them. One is on college scholarship presently.
    If you need to watch movie, I renew
    the PUREflix subscription and it is just for the weekends and every evening during the long vacations.
    We as parents can do better.
    😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁

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  5. I read all. My favorite was chike and the river

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  6. My favorite was Sugar girl.gone are those days!!

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  7. Read all, I loved without a silver spoon by Eddie iroh. It was a compulsory read for us in JSS 2, that, Bottled leopard, and The wives Revolt.

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  8. I read them in primary school except without a silver spoon which I read in JSS 1.

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  9. Read all four...

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  10. Wow! Seeing this makes me nostalgic. I read Chike and the River, Eze goes to school and Without a silver spoon (the story of Urechokwe). Never read the Sugar Girl but my sibling did. Good old days. Thanks, Stella for taking us back memory lane.

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  11. Read all four

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  12. Read all😊😊😊😊 good times πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—

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  13. I read all but Sugar girl and Eze goes to school more than once.

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  14. I read all..my best was Eze goes to school

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  15. I read all, who has read African night entertainment (hope i got it right), where can i download the soft copy.

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    1. Yes I did😁😁😁😁. I'm seriously looking for the soft copy too

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    2. It was one of the first I read. 'Just loved it. 'Probably my best. 'Wd love to find it again; as well as Sugar Girl.

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  16. Teachers and parents contributed to poor reading culture in Nigeria now. Most teachers don't have passion for teaching, they do it because of no jobs. African magic, video games and social medias are also contributory factors. Ask an SS1 student to write a simple letter, you will be disappointed. In our Junior class we were asked to read literature books and memorize them during morning Assembly. Parents should be alive to their Ward's Education and not make them to be lazy. I got to the school I am currently teaching as a side hustle, I discovered that most of the students are so poor in spellings, particularly one in my class, I bought books for her especially African Writers Series - AWS. She was not enthusiastic about it, I discovered that their English teacher never introduced soft literature books for them earlier, I just weak.

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  17. All of them....Ure Chokwe my boy. Oh simpler times *sigh*

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  18. Ralia the sugar girl! I also read Eze goes to school. All in primary school

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  19. I read all, my best was chike and the river ❤️❤️

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  20. Cheery's hairs14 June 2021 at 15:52

    I read all 😊

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  21. I am a regular blog visitor, though I never drop a comment 😁. I just want to hail you all because you keep well entertained, so many beautiful souls here. Even the ones that often correct other blog visitors spelling and grammatical errors. Love you all.

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  22. I just downloaded Chile n the river, I want to read it again

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  23. Hmm.Thanks Stella for taking me back memeorylane.I read all.I remember those days in Secondary School as a boarder,I usually save my pocket money just to buy novels.Good Old days.

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  24. *memory lane*

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