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Description: Offers five thousand vocabulary entries arranged in thirty-four sections dealing with aspects of daily life.
Description: Describes the cultural, social, and historical elements of the Igbo people, their linkages to Africans outside of Africa, and the effect of European rule
Description: Igbo Idioms are the ornaments and the jewelry that beautify the Igbo language and make the listeners pay great attention to any talker that uses them. Such a person is held to a high esteem. They are words of wisdom part of which intelligence is measured in Igbo land. Wat butter is to bread, Igbo Idiom is to language and a speech in Igbo that has no idiom is like soup without salt. The Igbos are known to be smart go ahead people, figuring out the meaning of idioms from infancy plays definitely a role in that.
Description: The author presented his book Igbo Culture in a most convincing way by quoting expert opinions on most of the issues he discussed in the book. Through his carefully researched work and detailed analysis of facts, he showed in the book that Igbo youths working hard like their ancestors can reform Igboland into a new and better civilization by sifting the good aspects of Igbo culture into today's wa...
Description: Readings for Amerigerian Igbo was written to be a legacy, road map and information source for American-born Nigerian children (Amerigerians) who, unlike their Nigerian-born and raised parents, did not get the chance to be born and raised in Nigerian culture. This generation has significant language and cultural deficiencies with regard to their Nigerian root. This book was written to help this lat...
Description: "This is the first comprehensive and authoritative dictionary of the Igbo language, one of the three national languages of Nigeria. Michael J. C. Echeruo, a native speaker of Igbo, focuses on basic words and phrases that the twenty million speakers of Igbo encounter in everyday life - in conversation and in Igbo texts. Recognizing the absence of a single dominant dialect, the author collects words...
Description: Folktale in the West African Igbo setting are very interesting, exciting, mythical and magical. Children love it. Children love to listen to story-telling from family members or anyone who cares to tell or read them stories. Most Igbo folktales have songs. The Alikanze folklore is sung. It is one of the fast-disappearing oral traditions among the Igbo people of Nigeria. It is important to hand these tales down to the younger generation of children all over the world who love to listen to folklore and fairytales.