Boniface Gachugu, the writer of this week’s story ‘The Ivory Tower’ is an avid young writer. He is published both in Kenya and Nigeria .
Slowly, noisily and magnanimously, she rose from her seat, her huge bulk making and causing an orchestra of noises; from the groaning of her seat, the sucking squelch of the upholstery, and the creaking of her joints to the swishing noise her nylon dress made.
Sarit Centre, the City within a City is ablaze with activity. Shoppers are in the pre-Christmas mode, and Storymoja is launching a series of books that are set to be the best reading treat for all children. Oluoch Madiang author of the colorful story In the Land of the Kitchen, and Boniface Gachugu, author of the rural boy’s story Peanut and the Burning Tank are both on hand to interact with the kids, to discuss reading with kids and their parents and to sign personal copies for all buyers. Saturday, 20th December 2008, was one beautiful day for all little readers and the grown ups who care for them. If you missed it, don’t give up. In the Land of the Kitchen, Peanut and the Burning Tank and Kamau’s Finish are all available at all major supermarkets