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Books

World news about “Books” published by euronews.

18/08 23:38 CET

Nigeria: girl, 9, writes book on terrorism after meeting displaced children

Nigeria: girl, 9, writes book on terrorism after meeting displaced children

Splendour Joe Abisoye is no ordinary nine year old. A trip to a camp for displaced civilians in her country’s north made such an impression on the young Nigerian that she decided to write a book about it. Titled ‘Effects of Terrorism on Children’, the book…