The Heritage: A Story to Remember


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Sosu and his mates are put to test by their teacher, to search for the meaning of national pledge and national anthem.

This story has something to tell every boy or girl, man or woman, whose lives among people who value their heritage.

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Weight 0.35 kg

978 9988 618 04 9

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Lawrence Darmani

Lawrence Darmani is a Ghanaian novelist and publisher. His first novel, Grief Child, won the Commonwealth Writers’ Prize as best first book from Africa. He is editor of Step magazine, and CEO of Step Publishers. He also writes devotional articles for Our Daily Bread, which touches the lives of many Christians around the world.

He is married and lives in Accra with his family. Lawrence enjoys church life and volunteers at other Christian ministry activities. He says that he derives writing ideas "out of personal experiences, reading, testimonies, and observing the world around me."

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