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Obinna and Chinwe Onyeagoro present Neo & Nubia: The Greatest Walk (Central Square)


Central Square Branch
45 Pearl St.
Cambridge, MA 02139

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Come join us in the Children's Room for a homecoming celebration and adventure-filled reading of Neo & Nubia: The Greatest Walk with authors, Obinna and Chinwe Onyeagoro! 

Just like their main characters, they are siblings with roots in Nigeria who grew up in the United States and traveled the world, learning about the contributions of the African Diaspora throughout history. Now they are excited to share those same stories with the next generation. 

Neo & Nubia: The Greatest Walk was inspired by many of the lessons they learned from their family and time spent reading at the Central Square Library when, as kids, they lived right across the street!"


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