The Great and Mighty Wall

 

 

 

Black History Studies Productions presents

 

The Great and Mighty Wall 

 

 

 

 

Inspired by a true story about a Yoruba Queen named Bilikisu Sungbo, The Great and Mighty Wall is a unique and interesting tale of Bilikisu Sungbo and the construction of the earthen wall in Eredo, of South Western Nigeria.

 

Panyin Ewusi-Aikins' superb illustrations, together with Mark Simpson's masterful storytelling, will enthral children and adults alike, as they learn about one of Africa's hidden treasures. Mark and Panyin have utilised their creative license to fill in the missing information, in order to link the facts together, to make this historical achievement more enjoyable to read and understand for all people of all ages.

 

Did you know that:

 

You can read more about ‘Eredo: The Largest City in the Ancient World' by Robin Walker by clicking here

 

Charmaine Simpson, Chief Executive of Black History Studies, said "The book is a tribute to both Queen Bilikisu Sungbo and the people of Nigeria, with its wonderful history and achievements that have been overlooked, ignored and suppressed by the rest of the world."

 

The Great and Mighty Wall is on sale now costing £6 plus postage and packaging. To purchase the book, click on the button below.

 

For bulk orders and to order via mail order, please contact us.

 

                                   

                                   The Great and Mighty Wall (incl. P&P)

                                   

 

 

There are a number of free activities on our website for you to use with your children such as online jigsaw puzzles, colouring pages, wordsearches and mazes. Nigeria has a rich music culture. Listen to some music from Nigeria's most famous musicians. Watch some videos about Nigeria's famous ancient art such as the Benin Bronzes and the Nok terracotta sculptures.

 

Future book launch dates will be made available shortly.

 

All proceeds from the sales will go towards funding more children's books.

 

 

Book Details:

 

Release date: 31 December 2010
Author: Mark Simpson
Illustrator: Panyin Ewusi-Aikins
Publisher: Black History Studies Productions Ltd
Paperback: 40 pages
Size: 297 x 210 mm landscape
Illustrations: Full colour illustrations
Country of Publication: United Kingdom
ISBN: 978-0-9559695-7-7

 

 

 

Copyright © 2010 Black History Studies Productions Ltd. All rights reserved.

This work is registered with the UK Copyright Service,
Registration Number: 328817

 

 

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