Gini Mere I Ji Akwo Aka Gi?

Why Do You Wash Your Hands? in Igbo and English.

Ịsa aka nke ọma nwere ike igbochi mgbasasi ọrịa. Ọ bụ ụzọ dị ire, dịrịkwa ọnụ ala ịkwado omume ịdị ocha.
Gini Mere I Ji Asa Aka Gi? bụ ụzọ di ụtọ ikuziri ụmụaka na ịsa aka di mkpa. N’ihi na akwụkwọ a nwere ihe osise mara mma, tinyere asụsụ dị mfe e jiri dee ya, ọ ga-amasi ụmụaka ịgụ ya ma nakọta ihe mmado so ya na ngwụcha akụkọ.


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Book Reviews

Teaching the younger ones how to wash their hands, is very important and using the mother language makes it more essential and helps the learners build confidence in the use of the mother language. It will be a great achievement if it is duplicated in more language's within Nigeria.

Ufuoma Courage Ifoghere
May 27, 2023

I appreciate the bilingual nature of this book, offering both Igbo and English languages. It's worth noting that there are also versions available in Yoruba and Hausa, which is beneficial for children's language acquisition and cognitive development.

Menyene Silas
May 17, 2023

This book teaches children the importance of washing their hands. Handwashing is a simple yet powerful practice that significantly contributes to maintaining good health and preventing the spread of illness in children. I liked the fact that it is written in two languages - Igbo and English.

May 15, 2023

The book is an educational and informative material for children. It teaches personal hygiene on washing hands. It states when and how to wash our hands and why it is necessary to wash our hands. Plus, it's a wonderful initiative to have it read in our major local dialects, I'd say it was fun learning a few Igbo words as I read, especially "M na-akwo aka m" (I wash my hands).

Mar 13, 2023

I like the illustrations in this book. I also loved that the book was in English and Igbo. I liked the way the words were easy, enabling young readers to understand.

Emmanuella Ogbonna
Mar 6, 2023

I like the book because it makes use of simple English, illustrations, and traditional language which makes it easier for children to learn the importance of maintaining good hygiene, and also learn Igbo language which is one of the three major languages in Nigeria.

Miracle Douglas
Feb 5, 2023
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