"The setting is a delight, richly represented in a wide palette of greens and browns, revealing in many details how a world so different from our own can be home to a child. (Picture book. 4-8)"
Using a grammatical structure that often puts the subject of the sentence after the object, Olaleye gives his prose an unusual flair: "In an African rain forest village called Inisa, lived two boys, Ade and Tayo.
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