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Folktale Book Set (5 books)₵70.00
Ama made wise choices and decisions in life which made her very happy. The choice of helping and obeying her parents was dear to her heart. She always chose good friends who helped her in school and also gave her good advice for her to good things in life.
Young as she was, Ama always wanted beggars and needy people to enjoy part of the food she ate. Her love for the needy made her give her coin and some slices of bread and cake to the beggars.
Ama felt guilty whenever she chose to do something bad. This prompted her to put all plastics, water sachets and other rubbish in a dustbin and not to throw them into the gutters.
Nana Prah first discovered romance in a book from her eight grade summer reading list and has been obsessed with it ever since. Her fascination with love inspired her to write in her favorite genre where happily-ever-after is the rule.
She is a published author of contemporary, multicultural romances. Her books are sweet with a touch of spice. When she’s not writing she’s over-indulging in chocolate, enjoying life with friends and family, and tormenting nursing students into being the best nurses the world has ever seen. Nana loves to connect with her readers on Twitter @Nana Prah and Facebook at Nana Prah, author.