EXTRAORDINARY CHILD

EXTRAORDINARY CHILD

by Joe Brain

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Overview

"I paid nothing to set you free"

"Your own enemy set you free"

"The knowledge you hated so much in your life"

"The more I read , the more your enemy help me to set you free"

"And the less I read, the more you live in trouble"

"Daddy,help me to attain great height in education"

That was a conversation between a little girl called Linda and her father, Mr Dan.

A little girle,linda aged three years was very curious,likes asking quiestions and willing to learn on her own.

In the absence of her parent, Linda picked anything whether mobile phone,video deck,tv remote or her toy car and start breaking the parts to find the material used to produce the item.

When she asked her parents or teachers questions, they dodged it to avoid shame for giving wrong answers.

Linda was considered by her parents as troublesome and stubborn because her behaviour was totally different from children of her age.To be precise, both Linda's mother and father were uneducated.They run thier own business.

For her parents to become free and happy, they sent her to her Uncle,George who was a scientist.Goerge tolerated Linda's behaviour and spent time training her.He exercised patience and answered every question Linda asked positively.

It reached a time that Linda became more powerful in school.She was even abble to compete her Seniors or Students in upper class.

The song below was sung by students when Linda,a primary school student was competing against Junior High School students.

"Junior verses Seniors"

"Referred by teachers"

"Junior wins all"

She proved her teachers and head teachers wrong.Linda saved her father from life imprisonment.

Note: this story will help parents or individuals to develop a child's talent or ability.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940016500768
Publisher: JOE BRAIN
Publication date: 05/26/2013
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 273 KB

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