Why Was Hawa Sick? (SWL Readers for Teens: Red Book 4)

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Kimeandikwa na Valerie Sackey
Kimechapishwa na Sam-Woode Ltd.

Hawa was a student at a teacher training college. She was determined to become not just a qualified teacher but a good teacher. Her family, in a small village near Bimbilla in the Northern Region of Ghana, was very proud that their daughter had gained entry into college. It had not been easy for Hawa in her quest to pursue a good education. Here Hawa tells her inspiring story of growing up in rural Ghana.

The Red Books have been written for young people between the ages of 10 and 15 years. This means that you are probably in JHS or near the end of your time in primary school. By now you should be reading on your own. The more you read, the better your English will become, and this will help you with all your school subjects. Reading will also give you new facts and ideas which can help you in life. At the end of the book, there are some exercises and questions to test how well you understood the story. If you find them easy, it means that you are a good reader and that you have a good memory and understanding.