Juba And The Fireball By Yejide Kilanko
Ten-year-old Juba has a temper and cannot control it. It often starts as a spark in his stomach. After breaking a precious dyeing pot, Juba’s mother sends him to his father’s blacksmith shop where Baami tells Juba a story about a thrown stone and a missing eye.
Juba and the Fireball is a story about family, kindness and respect. How should children manage emotions? Find some of the answers in its pages.