Loulette’s Top Ten Books

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Olutimehin Adegbeye is ‘creative type’ deeply interested in modern media, art and culture. She is passionate about social justice issues and human rights, women’s development, education and gender equality. Currently the Editor at Olisa.tv, She writes on gender issues at theloulette.com

Olutimehin shares her Top Ten Books here.

She tweets at @Theloulette

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Bomboy
Author: Yewande Omotosho
Genre: Fiction
Pages: 266 Pages

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The God of Small Things.
Author: Arundhati Roy
Genre: Fiction. Realism.
333 Pages

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Allah Made Us.

Author: Rudolf Pell Gaudio
Genre: Anthropology. Ethnography.
256 Pages

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The Invention of Women
Author: Oyeronke Oyewunmi
Genre: Nonfiction. Gender
256 Pages

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Purple Hibiscus.
Author: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.
Genre: Historical Fiction
321 Pages

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Beloved
Author: Toni Morrison
Genre: Fiction. African-American
291 Pages

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Gather Together in My Name
Author: Maya Angelou
Genre: Biographies and Memoirs
224 Pages

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1984
Author: George Orwell
Genre: Classics
328 Pages

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Teaching my Mother How to Give Birth.
Author: Warsan Shire
Genre:  Poetry. African.
38 Pages

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The Bonesetter’s Daughter
Author: Amy Tan.
Genre: Women’s Fiction
378 Pages

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