Veronica Plumbe has released a children’s book (aimed at ages 8-10) that both entertains and educates in equal measure.
‘My name is Happiness’ is the heart-warming story of a warthog piglet who learns about poaching the hard way and determines to help put an end to it. This vivid drama will engage children but it also highlights the importance of wildlife conservation, hopefully inspiring the next generation to protect the future of the many endangered animals in Africa, and worldwide.
A novel by esteemed African journalist, broadcaster, writer, civil servant, teacher and former Nigerian presidential assistant has been released called ‘Yunhouse – Assorted Tales About The Africa’. The book aims to bring more awareness and acknowledgement of the so-called ‘Pacification of The Natives’ at the Berlin Conference in 1884.