Catch That Goat
Chase after a mischievous goat! Ayoka has been left in charge of the family goat — but within minutes the goat has vanished. This Nigerian market tale uses humour to impart a message about responsibility, and includes endnotes about Yoruba costume and language, Nigeria facts, and market life.
Polly Alakija lives in Ibadan, Nigeria, with her husband, four children, three dogs, three goats (not quite as mischievous as the one in this story), a giant tortoise and thirteen horses. She completed an art foundation course at Oxford Polytechnic before training as a Montessori teacher. She then taught art to primary school children and art workshops in London before moving to Nigeria in 1990. She now combines her family life with freelance work as a painter, illustrator, and interior designer.
|Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publication Date||1 March 2007|
|Rights||UK, Eastern Europe, Russia, France, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Greece, Cyprus, Ireland, Italy, Portugal, Spain, Netherlands, Belgium, Nordic countries, Turkey, Middle East, Malta, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh|
|Age Range||3 - 8|