Everyday Heroes on Sky TV! VoxAfrica (Sky channel 218), 28 August 2011, minutes 37.37 to 44.32.

And in the newspapers! AfroNews, 12 September 2011, front page story.

Book Review: Career Guidance Today, February 2012

“If you buy only one book for your child this year, it has to be ‘Everyday Heroes.’”

  Chukwu-Emeka Chikezie, co-founder, African Foundation For Development (AFFORD) / founding partner UP! AFRICA Ltd.


“This is not the first book aimed at raising the aspirations of African/Caribbean children, but where it differs from most is that it takes "success" away from the realms of celebrity, and grounds it in the reality of those unsung heroes all around you. So let's stop expecting Trevor Macdonald, Diane Abbott or Rio Ferdinand or Lewis Hamilton to inspire our children, and point out some everyday heroes closer to home; because in my experience, they usually bring more sustainable results.”

Henry Bonsu, journalist & broadcaster, Colourful Radio, Vox Africa.


"The real success of this book lies not just in the stories it tells, but in how it does the telling. In a direct and practical style, it explains how we can identify our own unique footprints.”

Professor Oba Nsugbe QC, SAN


“The must-have book for every young person!”

Helen Tucker, parent & director, Institute of Development & Training


Everyday Heroes reminds us that there are many paths to success. The inspiring message from the contributors is the same – work hard and learn from everyone and everything around you. A fascinating and informative collection of interviews which will inspire younger and older readers alike.

Elsie Owusu OBE, RIBA, principal, Elsie Owusu Architects Ltd

"These are stories that can change your life."   

Chioma James, University Student

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