Introducing The Grasshopper Race by Folarin Olaniyi

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About The Book

When the boy and his friends, Ibeze, Shina, and Simbi runs playfully after a Grasshopper and it leads them to a land of the unknown, a land never plied for hundred years, their white teacher, Reverend Father Green Bottle, goes after them and realizes it is a trap. A trap predestined for many years.

The Grasshopper Race is the first book of Folarin Olaniyi, the Editor of Book Republic. The long book is published by Emotion Press, Ibadan.

To order for a copy of the book, mail Omojojolo@gmail.com. A copy of the book goes for N500 0nly.

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