By exploring African literature, you open yourself up to a rich tapestry of stories, cultures, and experiences that can expand your worldview and foster greater appreciation for the diversity and interconnectedness of our world.
Here is the cool part, my first option was to use the insurance money to buy another car and incur more debt. Instead of doing that, I decided to pay off my loan and significantly decreased my loan figure. At that moment, I decided it was better to use public transport than drowning in debt. I was ready and prepared to brave the crispy, harsh cold weather of Alberta than owe money and pay those ridiculous interest charges, among the other expenses of having a car.
After paying the $12k to the loan, I still owed about $6k. I am doing my happy dance now as I remember the feeling I had when I was debt free within six months, and debt was not strangling me anymore, and I could breathe again.
Raveena, Diya, and Amisha Duggal also wrote a children’s book titled “Three Bunny Sisters”. The book is about 3 bunnies who are sisters and learn about the importance of helping others and giving back to those in need. The three bunnies then work together to host a charity bake sale to get carrots for bunnies who are less fortunate. The book features a cute theme song/jingle that repeats throughout the story to motivate the sisters as they work together to make cupcakes for the bake sale. The story mirrors the 3 girls’ own experiences with volunteer work and how they learned about hard work, helping others, and working together as a team. The “Three Bunny Sisters” children’s book has won a Mom’s Choice Gold Award and the Canada Book Award. The girls’ book also won first place in the 2021 Purple Dragonfly Award in the category of “Charity/Making a Difference”. The girls donated copies of their book to the local Canadian Women’s Interval Home and the Nemours Children’s hospital.
Moji is a mother of three adult children and a grandmother of three adorable boys on which the adventure book series are based. Her previous career was in the Youth Justice system in Alberta, Canada, where she spent over three decades positively impacting the lives of adolescents and their families, teaching, training, coaching and mentoring young staff.
” A powerful, emotional debut novel told in the unforgettable voice of a young Nigerian woman who is trapped in a life of servitude but determined to get an education so that she can escape and choose her own future”.
Her newest book is a melody of sorts as she attempts to put together the puzzles in her own life.This is a beautiful collection of amazing poems, meant to uplift your soul, renew your purpose, kindle your fire and give you a reason to appreciate every day. A Promise to Love is ultimately a poetry collection that explores the depth of loving some else and being loved by God as our Father.