‘Being Six – Bolu Olopete’ By Beatrice Oluwaseun

“Bolu’s Adventures: Being Six” is a heartwarming tale set in late ’90s Nigeria, following the adventures of Boluwatife Olopete, a spirited six-year-old boy. From playful interactions with his sisters to imaginative musings about the moon, Bolu navigates childhood with curiosity and resilience. His encounters with friends, family, and the world around him paint a vivid picture of innocence, wonder, and the timeless joys of growing up. Despite facing challenges like bullying, Bolu’s unwavering spirit and dreams of the future shine through, making for a charming and relatable story of childhood in a Nigerian neighbourhood.

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