A big story of the World from Africa....with an emergency theme, of also our time, WAR...when the continent is turned to a theater of War. Mankind has witnessed two World Wars, while the third threatens. The huge drama of war in human society is best presented in this satiric tragedy through a typical animal fiction of a new, African folklore, so entertaining and educative. More

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Words: 46,260
Language: English
ISBN: 9788854830851
Tags: animals war

Ezenwa was born on 28th of November 1963, at Amagu Ishiagu; Ivo Local Government Area of Ebonyi State, Nigeria. He is the Author of Animal World War.
His childhood was when this African traditional community had been infiltrated by Christianity and formal Education of European culture. Nigeria had attained independence and was having political crisis that eventually led to civil war in 1967. Children were opening their eyes, ears and overall formative consciousness to rumors, news and violence of war. The war lasted, ended, peace returned and civil life continued in 1970.
Ezenwa attended: Amagu Primary School 70-73, Ishiagu Central School 74-75, Ishiagu High School 75-76, Federal Government College Kaduna 76-80 and Lagos State Polytechnic 81-85. A writer was already unconsciously developing; as the casual boyish scripting-hobby was transforming into a positive habit. Grandmother had excited his preschool imaginations with those many folklore that children naturally love. Those were animal, spirit and common idiomatic tales meant to instruct morals in every human society.
Story writing started during his Lagos days in early 90s. He moved to Europe 1995. Ezenwa has been actively engaged in Missionary and Social Works. He has returned to active writing. Juniors are his beloved main audience. This second publication MONKEY BOYS again displays extraordinary ingenuity of life insights filtered into an educative icon . The message is universal and it has a natural power for the inspiration of young ones and adults.

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