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Interview by Black Book Swap, March 2015 in London.

A funny thing happened in Lagos, Nigeria: While on holiday from publishing multicultural children’s books in London, Chimaechi Allan discovered a bookshop with no books featuring African children. After this she founded, a company that would join the dots and distribute multicultural and multilingual children’s books all over the world.

While wedding planning in 2014, a talking lizard took Chimaechi on a journey through wedding traditions around the world. She wrote down what he said. The Wedding Week, published in March 2015, is Chimaechi’s first book.

Written by Chimaechi Ochei — March 26, 2015

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