The Chronicle of Challenges of Growing Up
This memoir captures the life and history of a boy named Ike, beginning with his childhood and ending in the present day. The story reveals the his feelings of agony and scare during a terrible war that tore a nation apart. It also expresses his love for his family. The memoir shows the conflict during his separation and the beauty of his renewed contact with his once betrothed. By including philosophical discussion of the immorality and pain of mankind and detailed description of early school days, the book conveys a full overview of the life of one individual in our confusing and yet incredible world. This is a story that would keep you in suspense, engaged, curious, entertained, and enlightened as it touches on romance as well as genuine love.
- Paperback | 136 pages
- 139.7 x 215.9 x 8.13mm | 235.87g
- 07 Mar 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Dr Philip I Ogbuehi
Dr. Philip I. Ogbuehi was born in the Eastern part of Nigeria during the heat of the Biafra civil war. His experience during the war contributed in fashioning his desire to help all children aspire to greater heights through education. After his elementary and secondary education, Dr. Ogbuehi proceeded to earn his bachelor's and two master's degrees in chemical engineering. His love for teaching led him to earn a doctor of philosophy in 2006. Dr. Ogbuehi has co-authored mathematics books, reviewed and edited mathematics books, and written scholarly articles and publications. He helps to give voice to thousands of children of Los Angeles and beyond through education. He is instrumental to the university education of several African children.