Mbe (Tortoise) is the chief protagonist of the Igbo Folktale. You cannot mention akụkọ ifo Igbo without mbe. This audiobook is a compilation of 30 short stories on tortoise and his exploits. The stories revive the Igbo moonlight plays and preserve them for posterity with a lot of moral lessons and fun-filled narratives. Folklore is an important aspect of Igbo cultural entertainment and education.
Igbo Riddles known as Gwam Gwam Gwam could be likened to qualitative and verbal reasoning. But it is beyond that. It shows how deep one is. A form of critical thinking and cultural socialization the old and children are educated with. This audiobook is a compilation of different Igbo riddles with their meanings. They are published as a means for cultural preservation.
Nwamma is an Igbo romance novel that tells a story of a girl-child whose parents suffered childlessness before she is birthed. Nwamma grows to be a very beautiful girl whose parents swore that she must go to university despite the widely belief in their locality that woman’s education is a waste. She is always approached by men but she refused to succumb to them. She focuses on her study. But when Ikenna her young lecturer comes into her life, things change. What really happened? Find out!