Mary Ashun’s Tuesday’s Child is the story of a girl born in the small West African country of Ghana with big dreams, a large boisterous, extended family and a tendency towards
asking questions that children, especially girls, aren’t supposed to ask. Boarding school days, interminable church services and a famine that leaves her thin enough to be an
‘80’s model are all narrated with such candid humor that it’s hard to believe there were any scars. Now older, wiser, with a family of her own and living in North America, she embarks on a journey back to Ghana. e mission is to make peace, but with who? e
answer might surprise you and this is why this is balanced African storytelling at its best!
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