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A Collection of Poetry by Enid Milton Showcases the Voices from Namibia and Reveals the Wildness of the Natural World

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The wild, a patch of the Earth where life naturally grows, is a beautiful place to be. Creatures great, small, and the ones impossible to be seen by the naked eye all dwell in perfect harmony and rhythm—many of which are in the land of Namibia. Author Enid Milton’s children’s book, Animalogy: About Wild Animals,” a collection of poetry resonating and painting the lives of these wild animals, will give children a glimpse of the natural world.

When author, Enid Milton, taught at a missionary primary school in Namibia, the prevailing war conditions brought her missionary work to an abrupt end. Instead of leaving, she chose to stay in the country. During that time, she discovered the beauty in the wilderness that’s spread throughout the land. Such revelation led her to write poems about wild animals in Namibia, which are also found in other countries. Enjoyable but informative vignette about nature, written for children ages 10-12, it will surely fascinate their minds. Every poem varies in style and length but remains true to its core—delivering knowledge to the young that may open their hearts to connect with animals and the earth.
Every poem has colorful and beautiful illustrations by Namibian visual artist, Immanuel Nicodemus, known for his works of art in the field of surrealism. The creative collaboration between these two artists meshes the art of poetry and visual art, which will attract young readers, honing them to become extraordinary adults as they journey through life.
A wonderful gift in a book- this collector’s item is perfect for adult readers who are thirsty for a deeper understanding of the world.
‘Animalogy: About Wild Animals’ book copies are available at
Writer: Enid Milton
Publisher: AuthorHouse UK
Publication Date: May 11, 2010
ISBN-10: 144909533X
ISBN-13: 978-1449095338
Paperback: $16.99
About the Author
Enid Milton was born in England and studied at grammar school in High Wycombe. She left school at age 16 because of war time poverty  and did  book keeping and accounting  work for 12 years, but her ambition was to enter the teaching profession. Finally, at age 28, she took a 3 year course at Whitelands College, London and obtained a teaching diploma. After 2 years primary school teaching in South England she underwent missionary training for one year in Birmingham and was then sent to a mission primary school in the north of Namibia. Wartime conditions there ended the mission work abruptly after only 4 years, but she chose to stay in Namibia and since then has taught both children and adults.
Some further study resulted in a B.A. degree at age 48, and then at age 50 she got married. Since retirement at age 60 she has written numerous stories and poems for children which she hopes will inspire them.

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