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The Dancing Money Box
Uncle Akuete makes an unusual promise to his two nieces: ‘Save fifty cedis and win a money box which sings and dances.’
Vida and Amanua try to outdo each other to win the prize but toffees, ice cream and contributing money to help pay Grandma’s hospital bills threaten to make it impossible for the girls to win the prize.
When Uncle Akuete arrives with the dancing box, Vida has only thirty cedis while Amanua seems to have nothing. Vida wonders if Uncle Akuete will give the box away for thirty cedis, or has Amanua got secret savings?
Margaret Safo uses the pen name Peggy Oppong and her entertaining stories have delighted children for years.
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Margaret Safo, writing as Peggy Oppong, was a prolific writer of romantic fiction. She had a BA (Hons) degree in English and Russian languages from the University of Ghana, Legon. She also had an MPhil in Communication Studies from the same University.
Margaret was married to Kojo Safo, a very supportive husband with whom she had four children.