The stories in this book are about a man who was born on an unknown date in the wilderness of a countryside in the continent of Africa. When he was a boy, he struggled to come and live in his country’s capital city. After seeing some children of his age going to school, he strived to find education for himself with minimal help from some relatives. After a long adventurous life with awkward, complicated education and rough work experiences, followed by a disheartening civil war exposure in his country, he ended up working with a British school in England. Then, he started to educate a rainbow of multicultural children from all over the world, to build their future in Britain. He also helped the school to interpret four foreign languages and his own mother’s language. He then assisted the school to build a bridge between the culture gap of the communities and the school.
These adventurous stories are interesting and are real inspiration to anyone who would like to know how disadvantaged people can be successful and helpful to others. The stories in this book are powerful and moving memoirs. They show some incredibly emotive experiences. They reveal how the writer has tackled some difficult incidents that are all true. He tells the stories in an honest way. The stories are emotional, and unforgettable. They show how the writer dealt with a span of cultures despite being an outsider. So, dive in and find out how all these adventurous stories happened. One thing is for sure, you will enjoy reading them to the end.