Children's author, photographer and writer
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Building the city walls
Image by Ifeoma Onyefulu
Writer, children's author and photographer
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Book Awards (U.S)
Ifeoma is a past award winner - read more...
Sankore Mosque in Timbuktu
A brand new edition of this classic book from Ifeoma.
Newly released in 2016.
'From Beads to Drums to Masquerades, from Grandmother to Yams, this photographic alphabet captures the rhythms of day-to-day village life in Africa. Ifeoma Onyefulu's lens reveals not only traditional crafts and customs, but also the African sense of occasion and fun in images that will delight children the world over'.
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Visit my travel
See Ifeoma's US interview with writer Stephanie Walstrom.
Ifeoma talks about her work during the interview for the website ONE, celebrating Universal Children's Day in November 2014.
Ifeoma writes of her father, a barrister in Nigeria, and his last journey.
Ifeoma writes of her technique for creating
her children's book..
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Ifeoma is in Hong Kong, working with children at The Kellet School. (May 2016)
Developing writing and storytelling skills across the two campuses in Kowloon Bay and Pok Fu Lam.
As part of a team of authors and poets, Ifeoma was supported by Books go Walkabout.
One Big Family - Archway Library, 24th June to 24th July, 2016
An exhibition of photography by Ifeoma Onyefulu
'The title reflects the warm welcome I received while travelling to many African countries over the years. I stayed in people’s homes, ate with them. I enjoyed eating the delicious Hausa Koko (millet porridge), and drinking fresh camel’s milk, and Burukoku (the local brew)'.