• Abrefi’s Red Letter Day: A True Story Based on Adolescent Reproductive Health

    Age Range: 9 – 17 years

    Sex education, particularly, guidance in a girl’s first menstrual experience, has been presented in an interesting, friendly and easy to understand manner. It is good for girls, parents, counsellors and educationists all over the world.

  • At Nineteen: Bracing the Odds of Teenage Pregnancy

    COMPELLING, REVEALING and HEART-WARMING, this is a memoir that will resonate with you forever.

    When a young teenage mother sets out on a lonely path to care for herself and her unborn child in an unfavourable environment, she manages to continue her education after the birth of her child, despite the loss of her father, who was her most important support system.

    She manages to give her child the best of everything with the support of family and a few close friends. But as fate would have it, the worst was yet to come.

    Hers is a tale of suffering and survival.

    A book that inspires strength and character through adversity and challenges in life.

  • Contemporary Parenting

    In this current era, women have had to take up jobs to support the home, especially in roles formerly dominated by men. In order to juggle the responsibilities of work and motherhood, the need to assign some responsibilities to caregivers or nannies is gradually gaining grounds. This book explores the contemporary phenomenon of engaging nannies and domestic assistants as a component of contemporary parenting and in addition, shares some best practices on how to prepare to do so more effectively.

    The book has extensive discussions on behavioral needs and developmental stages in children. It also captures the influence of technology and social media on children, effects of strained parental relationships on children and parenting children with special needs. It further touches on parenting in a world of changing sexual orientations.

    This book is well researched and beneficial to parents, guardians and those planning to have children. It is a page turner and highly recommended to everyone.

  • Overcoming Infertility: What to Do When Childbirth Delays

    Overcoming Infertility: What to Do When Childbirth Delays is very practical as it has interviews from couples that have struggled to have children for years but have overcome the challenge. It brings to the fore practical experiences of those who are still struggling to bear children and couples who have adopted children and the issues they have encountered thereafter. There are also interviews with obstetricians and senior gynaecologists, counsellors and men of God who have been supportive to couples who find themselves in this situation.

    This book tackles topics like childlessness, causes of infertility and treatment, scientific explanation of pregnancy, how society perceives childlessness as a woman’s problem, consequences of delayed childbirth, biblical assurances and possibilities of childbirth for everyone. Other topics include surrogacy and adoption, coping strategies against societal expectations and ridicule. It also delves into the use of herbal medicine for the treatment of infertility issues; the pros and cons. It contains a dose of supportive and self-help strategies on how the delay can be managed and how couples can live their lives without undue stress.

    It is an advocacy tool that seeks to create awareness on the subject of infertility, support mechanisms available, treatment options and how society should be supportive, accommodative and sympathetic to the woes of couples struggling to have children. This material is useful for and not limited to counselling sessions, for couples struggling to have children, pastors, libraries, fertility centers and everyone.

  • Dede Yomɔ (Dangme)

    The story of Dede Yomɔ, in its beginning, is generally comic and realistic, and has great moral values. It tells of the struggles of a man and his barren beautiful wife, Dede Yomɔ, to bear children.

    But as fate has its own way, Dede Yomɔ lost her young husband when she was an expectant mother, some few years after the birth of her first child. How she faced life, in this embarrassing situation, shows the characteristics of a good mother and wife.

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