Ulysses Press Introduction to Igbo Mythology for Kids
Ulysses Press Introduction to Igbo Mythology for Kids

Introduction to Igbo Mythology for Kids

By Chinelo Anyadiegwu


Publication Date: January 24, 2023

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Ages 10 And Up, Grades 4 And Up

Immerse yourself in the vibrant world of Igbo heroes, deities, creatures, folktales, and myths, including Chineke the creator, Ana, Igwe, Anyanwu, Ekwensu, and more, plus the story of the first mermaid, the legend of Udenolu the shapeshifting crow, and the story of the tortoise and the Lion King.

The first definitive collection of Igbo legends and traditions for kids, this book explores the mythological origins of the Igbo people, the ancient Nri Kingdom, and Igbo cosmology before delving into the Alusi, or the core Igbo deities. Following this introduction to the pantheon of gods and goddesses, a collection of the most popular Igbo myths, folktales, and legends will immerse kids in exciting stories of tricksters, shapeshifters, and heroes, including:

The Wrestler Whose Back Never Touched the GroundOjiugo, the Rare GemThe Tortoise and the Birds, or The Origin Story of Sea TurtlesNgwele Aghuli, Why the Crocodile Lives AloneHow Death Came to BeAnd more!

The perfect book for kids who are fascinated by Greek mythology or love the Rick Riordan series, Introduction to Igbo Mythology for Kids offers a fun look into the stories, history, and figures that characterize Igbo culture.

About the Author

Chinelo Anyadiegwu is a writer and graduate student. When they aren't writing stories about fantasy realms or mythology, they are writing grants. In their free time, they play video games of all sorts, from Tabletops and MMOs to Sandbox RPGs.

Format: Trade Paperback

Length: 200 pages

Publisher: Ulysses Press

ISBN: 9781646043149

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