Amina’s Choice

When Amina’s father decides to leave the village to work in the city, her quite life is turned upside down. Amina now faces difficult choices – how to both obey her father and still follow her dream “I recommend this book to be read in all our schools in Africa, especially in Uganda. The ending is so positively encouraging” -Sister Rosemary Nyirumbe, Order of The Sacred Heart

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Reviews:

1. Sister Rosemary Nyirumbe, Order of The Sacred Heart

I recommend this book to be read in all our schools in Africa, especially in Uganda. The ending is so positively encouraging

2. Dr. Rose Clarke Nanyonga, Vice Chancellor, International health Sciences University

I was rooting for Amina and I found her story courageous and empowering not just for an adult like me who grew up in such a world but for many other children who strive to find their voice

3. Eseza Kyama – S 1 student – Budo Secondary School

I loved the Kwanjula and how Amina’s backward weaving saved the day

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