Because the climate begins to chill and leaves litter the bottom, all we wish to do is pour a heat drink, seize a blanket, and curl up with a fantastic e-book. And within the fall, we regularly discover ourselves reaching for novels—fictional tales that remind us of what’s true.
This month, the Alternative Ebook Membership is studying Purple Hibiscus by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.
Purple Hibiscus tells the story of teenage siblings in Nigeria—kids who’ve a seemingly great life however whose secrets and techniques are tearing them aside. The New Yorker described Adichie as “probably the most important and authentic novelists of her technology,” and The Washington Put up Ebook World known as Purple Hibiscus “breathtaking.”
Opportunity International is familiar with the challenges young people in Nigeria face. Maybe most urgent, there are extra kids presently out of college on this West African nation than wherever else on this planet. In 2019, Alternative launched EduFinance packages in Nigeria to assist faculties enhance their infrastructure, dad and mom preserve their kids in school rooms, and academics enhance the standard of training they provide. We’re decided to make training in Nigeria, and world wide, each accessible and high-quality for all kids.
So throw on that sweatshirt, seize a duplicate of Purple Hibiscus, and be a part of us in studying this story of the turmoil of adolescence and the promise of freedom.
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