Kabu Kabu (African Classics)
By: The Venerable (Prof.) Sydney C. Ugwunna, M.A., M.Div., Ph.D
About the Book
Kabu Kabu (African Classics) is a collection of folktales from Africa, designed to teach children—and adults!—of all ages not only the moral lessons handed down from generation to generation by African elders, but about beautiful African culture in itself. Within these pages, children will learn both a bit of science and theology, as well as valuable philosophical lessons crucial to their development as upstanding people of the world. Young readers (as well as older readers) can also relax and enjoy love stories in typical pure romantic and delicate African style.
About the Author
The Venerable (Prof.) Sydney C. Ugwunna, M.A., M.Div., Ph.D., is a scientist with degrees from Nebraska Wesleyan Univ., University of Nebraska at Lincoln, Wayne State Univ., in Detroit, Michigan, and Virginia Episcopal Theological Seminary. He had served as a science professor in universities both in Nigeria and the U.S.A. He is also an Anglican priest in Church of England, and has written more than ten books in both science and theology.
(2020, Hardcover, 494 Pages)