Wed, 06 Nov 2019 13:23 - Updated Wed, 06 Nov 2019 13:23
Writer Ngonguita Diogo releases "Um Natal de Mil Cores" book
Malanje - The short story book for children "Um Natal de Mil Cores", by the Angolan writer Ngonguita Diogo, will be lunched this Friday,an event to take place in Radio Malanje auditorium.
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The literary work, with 28 pages, edited in 2017 by Atântica Yetu publisher, brings up stories related to the “Family Day”, namely “Um Natal de Mil Cores” (A Thousand Colours Christmas), “Um Arco-íris no Natal” (A Rainbow at Christmas) and “Um presépio especial e a minha bíblia” (A special crib and my bible).
Talking to journalists last Friday, in a press conference regarding her book presentation, Ngonguita Diogo said that there are stories which are intended to make the readers reflect about the state of society.
The author stated that the amount of money from the selling of the book will be given to Catholic Church’s children’s shelter centre known as Nossa Senhora das Mercês, where 43 disadvantages children live, with ages between 2 to 18 years old.
Etelvina da Conceição Alfredo Diogo, who holds the literary pseudonym “Ngonguita Diogo”, was born on 04 May 1963, in Cazengo Municipality of the northern Province of Cuanza Norte.
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