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A young girl who is invited to an art contest is assisted by a sun-woman, a paint brush, palettes, and canvas. Their supernatural abilities give life to the painted image of a daunting dinosaur on her canvas. A treasure hidden deep inside the forest, is connected with the victory of the contest. The forest girl and her company embark on a search for the treasure. Although frustrated by the dinosaur and the spiky-virus invaders, they are sustained by the ministration of the elves, hare and fox sent by the king of the forest.
- They Were All Thieves
- 'Eyes' and "No-eyes'
- Dozie's Flight from Home
“Folk Stories Retold for Children and Teenagers” is a collection of ten Igbo folk tales, translated from the Igbo language and retold in a thrilling way in order to make them more interesting to schoolchildren and teens. Some of the tales create fun and laughter by exposing foolishness and mischief while extolling honesty and good conduct, thereby impacting good morals on their children-listeners.