The Mosquito Bite That Changed Olu's Life
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The Mosquito Bite That Changed Olu's Life

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"This Picture Book is one of my top picks that have kept my kids busy during the long days of quarantine" - Zibby Owens in The Washington Post (30th April, 2020) and Host of "Moms Don't Have Time to read books"The English edition (The Mosquito Bite That Changed Olu's Life) is hugely popular so we decided to translate it to other African languages including Igbo, Hausa and Yoruba.

  • ABOUT THE BOOK: Olu is spoilt and obsessed with technology in most forms, from video games, to his iPad, to Television screens and to cap it all up he hails from an African tribe where boys are typically more “special” than girls so he always got away with more than his sisters. Being a son to privileged parents that own a technology company in the city made it worse as Olu did no chores and was very lazy. Take a journey with us into this book to find out what happened to Olu after he got a visit from a very common unwelcome “guest” in an African home; The Mosquito.
  • INSPIRATION: Uchechi Mba-Uzoukwu's creative expressions in this children’s book reflects a moral message parents are yearning to pass on to kids especially in “these times”; We all need a "Tech Detox" from time to time and what better way to pass on this information than in a very fun, humorous and colourful medium.
  • E-BOOK It may sound ironic that the book is available as an E-book but what is a better way to reach this critical audience that needs this information the most than through an E-Book? (This book is also available in paperback format).
  • AFRICAN KIDS AND BONDING IN THIS AGE OF TECH ADDICTION: This kid African Book promotes bonding between siblings as well as between parents and children. Studies have shown that too much screen time affects the brain of growing children as well as raises the stress hormone cortisol in kids which leads to bigger health problems like anxiety, obesity and depression in kids. This Children's Picture book was inspired by the quest for not just kids but parents to put down their devices for a second and go outside for some fresh air and sunlight, sporting activities, explore the beautify earth we call home and discover new things.
  • STYLE: This Children's Picture book is one of the latest kindle releases inspired by the same Nigerian / African culture that inspired the popular best-selling book the children of Blood and Bone. With beautiful, and sometimes humorous, colourful and catchy illustrations and kids donned in colourful African printed costumes, this is a book parents and grown-ups will love reading over and over to kids. This kid picture book is very easy to read with simple text and you can get through the entire book in a few minutes which is especially beneficial for busy parents. The Mosquito Bite That Saved Olu’s Life has a moral and educative message that will endure for lifetimes and makes a great gift for any occasion, especially for baby showers, birthdays, and graduation.
  • FINALLY: Hopefully one day soon with your help this book will be a New York Times best seller as well as an Amazon Best seller too.

"This Picture Book is one of my top picks that have kept my kids busy during the long days of quarantine" - Zibby Owens in The Washington Post (30th April, 2020) and Host of "Moms Don't Have Time to read books"The English edition (The Mosquito Bite That Changed Olu's Life) is hugely popular so we decided to translate it to other African languages including Igbo, Hausa and Yoruba.

  • ABOUT THE BOOK: Olu is spoilt and obsessed with technology in most forms, from video games, to his iPad, to Television screens and to cap it all up he hails from an African tribe where boys are typically more “special” than girls so he always got away with more than his sisters. Being a son to privileged parents that own a technology company in the city made it worse as Olu did no chores and was very lazy. Take a journey with us into this book to find out what happened to Olu after he got a visit from a very common unwelcome “guest” in an African home; The Mosquito.
  • INSPIRATION: Uchechi Mba-Uzoukwu's creative expressions in this children’s book reflects a moral message parents are yearning to pass on to kids especially in “these times”; We all need a "Tech Detox" from time to time and what better way to pass on this information than in a very fun, humorous and colourful medium.
  • E-BOOK It may sound ironic that the book is available as an E-book but what is a better way to reach this critical audience that needs this information the most than through an E-Book? (This book is also available in paperback format).
  • AFRICAN KIDS AND BONDING IN THIS AGE OF TECH ADDICTION: This kid African Book promotes bonding between siblings as well as between parents and children. Studies have shown that too much screen time affects the brain of growing children as well as raises the stress hormone cortisol in kids which leads to bigger health problems like anxiety, obesity and depression in kids. This Children's Picture book was inspired by the quest for not just kids but parents to put down their devices for a second and go outside for some fresh air and sunlight, sporting activities, explore the beautify earth we call home and discover new things.
  • STYLE: This Children's Picture book is one of the latest kindle releases inspired by the same Nigerian / African culture that inspired the popular best-selling book the children of Blood and Bone. With beautiful, and sometimes humorous, colourful and catchy illustrations and kids donned in colourful African printed costumes, this is a book parents and grown-ups will love reading over and over to kids. This kid picture book is very easy to read with simple text and you can get through the entire book in a few minutes which is especially beneficial for busy parents. The Mosquito Bite That Saved Olu’s Life has a moral and educative message that will endure for lifetimes and makes a great gift for any occasion, especially for baby showers, birthdays, and graduation.
  • FINALLY: Hopefully one day soon with your help this book will be a New York Times best seller as well as an Amazon Best seller too.