Who Cares?


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Age Range: 7 – 13 years

Bubu is a curious and lively child who lives in a small town. She constantly challenges her understanding of the world and, through her daily observations about how people act in the town, has become aware of the widespread littering habits among them, which eventually leads to environmental destruction. So with a strong desire to understand the reasons behind their daily habit of littering, she begins to throw questions at those caught in the act of littering the environment, becoming an annoyance to many. Will they listen to Bubu? Will they regret their actions?

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Weight 0.4 kg
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Elizabeth Dwamena-Asare

Elizabeth Dwamena-Asare, a creative artist, has had her short stories, The Red Boy of Zoe Street, shortlisted for the prestigious Wakini Kuria Prize, and The Bold New Normal included in the Economic Commission for Africa's anthology of short stories. The author's debut children's storybook, "Who Cares?" received the writer of the year award at the Central Entertainment and Business Awards. In addition, she won the 2022 Africa Matters Media Contest with her piece, “We Are The Ones We Have Been Waiting For”. Various publications, including The Kalahari Review, Writers Space Africa Magazine, the Ghanaian Daily Graphic, and the Malawi National Newspaper, have featured her writings. Elizabeth has experience working as an editor for Writers Space magazine. She loves DIYs, collaborations, and traveling.

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