(PRWEB) November 14, 2017
Dennis Gladwell, a former attorney who became interested in Third World medicine during a trek to Mount Everest, enrolled in nursing school, and set out on medical expeditions to impoverished nations, including Africa, has completed his new book “Nne from Tanzania”: a gripping and evocative story written from the perspective of Africa’s forgotten: the children left behind by the scourge of malaria, HIV, and other diseases that are too often deadly in the developing world.
Gladwell shares, “There are thousands of children in East Africa orphaned from either malaria or HIV and thus left to deal with the improbabilities of a disinterested world. This is their story told through the eyes of three little girls—Moja, Mbili, and Tatu—who bravely, hilariously, and often cluelessly face life on the Serengeti. Their struggle is intertwined with a mysterious fourteen-year-old girl named Nne, who, like hundreds of girls in Tanzania, Uganda, and Kenya, “leak” from a vaginal fistula. Together, the girls must travel to Addis Ababa so that Nne may undergo a life-changing surgical procedure. Come with us as we join the journey of these courageous little vagabonds across the plains of Africa from one Masai village to another, from one harrowing escape to another, all within the context of a true-to-life story never before told.”
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Dennis Gladwell’s tale offers readers a unique glimpse into the lives navigating the challenges, wonder, and dangers faced by children on their own in the villages, cities, and plains of Africa.
Readers who wish to experience this spellbinding work can purchase “Nne from Tanzania” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Kobo, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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