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If You Read 20 Out Of These 31 Books, Your Childhood Was Awesome (Photos)

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If you’re ever having bad day, one of the easiest ways to smile and laugh is to reminisce of the good old days in the 80’s and 90’s when their was nothing like Boko Haram or Bandits kidnapping school children.

Can you remember your childhood? Seriously, do you really remember, way back to when you were is primary or secondary school? And if you do, what are those books you read? Chances are, you might have forgotten so to give you that good old feeling and make you laugh , I have put together some old books indomie generation will have no idea about.

Relax and Enjoy!

1. Chike and the River

2. Back in the days, I enjoyed reading this book every evening .

3. The Lion and the Jewel

4. A master piece from Woke Soyinka

5. The Joys of Motherhood.

6. Things Fall Apart

7. This book made me cry

8. My worst nightmare

9. Tales by Moonlight

10. Malam Gandoki

11. Alawiye

12. Did you read this book?

13. Primary school days in the 90’s was delightful

14. Owie the flute player. I still remember this book like it was yesterday. Owie faked his death because he wanted to see if his people could do without him. Unfortunately he was replaced by another great flute player.

15. Without a silver spoon

16. Ali is a boy, Simbi is a girl

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26.The gods are not to Blame

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How many of these books did you read?………….See More 

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