Children are interesting to observe and live with. In these stories, the author has tried to portray that apart from their temper tantrums and self will which result from boredom and frustration, children also have a great sense of humour and of fun as they observe adults around them. It is the author’s hope that any adult reading these stories to children will appreciate the joys and trying times mothers go through as they stay at home to play with their little ones, wipe their tears and keep them safe.
Agnes Akosua Phillips was born at Nkawkaw in the Eastern Region, the ninth of ten children. She was educated at Wesley Girls’ High School, Cape Coast, and the University of Ghana where she graduated in French. After obtaining the Graduate Diploma in Journalism at the School of Communication Studies, Legon, in 1981, she worked with the Ghana News Agency until 1989.
She is currently working in the Communications Department of a Non-Governmental Organisation in Accra. She is married and has three young children.
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