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Book reviews: 'The Darker Side of Ghana' and more

ENJOY THIS week's selection of reads, from the desk of our Entertainment Editor Joel Campbell:

The Darker Side of Ghana, by Kofi Ali Abdul Yekin (AuthorHouse)

The motivation that drove Kofi Ali to embark on the writing of this book stemmed from the challenges he faced in his activism work. Equally, several West Africans have passionately appealed to Kofi Ali to put into writing his great ideas for generations to benefit from them, and this is just a response in honour to the appeals.

Healthy Living, by Amara Kanu (self-published)

Footballer 'Kanu', wife Amara and their children (photo credit: Fidel Images

Amara Kanu is a creative entrepreneur who has used her qualifications in architecture and entrepreneurial management to channel her unique brand into a true lifestyle product. Kanu’s positive energy, drive and determination are what keeps her at the top of her game and she is keen on helping, motivating and supporting others.

My Mummy is Superwoman, by Casey Elisha (self-published)

My Mummy is Superwoman shares all the things a young girl loves about her mummy, while highlighting the admiration daughters have for their mothers. From the way she wraps her hair when it’s looking messy, to the way she makes her porridge when she’s not feeling well, My Mummy is Superwoman is a book little girls will be able to relate to.

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