Why Turtles Have Patchy Shells was Ada's first children's storybook. It is about to go into its 3rd printing. In early 2020, she published three titles for children: One Starry Night in Bethlehem, The Essence of The Word of God Illustrated and Amber and Her Chicks.
Ada has taught Pre-K to 12th Grade schools in private and public schools in the U.S.A. and Nigeria. She has worked at the Smithsonian Institution and Capital Children's Museum (now National Children's Museum) in Washington, D.C. She received her first degree in Early Childhood Education from Howard University and a Master's degree in Educational Technology from Harvard University.
Ada has also written an adult inspirational: My Church: Pray for Her Unity and Work for Her Unity. www.TheBoC13.com
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Currently, she is developing some cool literary projects for children.
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Growing up, I saw my parents read and write. This endeared me to do the same. More importantly, I wanted to see Igbo folktales aesthetically illustrated put into print.
One of my desires has always been to see children read and write with ease. Furthermore, is to have them think on their feet. Consequently, my books and my programs for children are designed to achieve these goals.
What I am inspired to write determines the style I will use.
One Starry Night In Bethlehem
The Essence of the Word of God
Amber and Her Chicks
Why Turtles Have Patchy Shells
What People are Saying
Past Events/Scheduling Events
Igbo Language Classes
Other Works From Ada