She is a British citizen born in Nigeria on November 21, 1997. She was born with Cerebral Palsy and developmental delay . However, Clementina was determined to live a fulfilling life and make the best of her circumstances.
Growing up, Clementina faced numerous obstacles due to her learning difficulty. She struggled with dyslexia, which made it difficult for her to read and write. Despite her struggles, she developed a passion for working with young children. Clementina is fascinated by the innocence and wonder of children and felt that she could make a positive impact on their lives.
Clementina pursued her passion by studying up to college level and acquiring qualifications in Health and Social care, Childcare, Creative and Visual Arts, and
Child Psychology level 3. These qualifications enabled her to work with children in various capacities, such as helping with playtime, mealtime, and story time in nursery schools. Her warm and friendly personality quickly made her a favorite among the children, who adored her kind and caring nature.
Clementina's learning difficulties meant she was unable to proceed to university level, which was a significant setback for her. However, she did not let this discourage her from pursuing her dreams. Instead, she decided to focus on her passion by writing children's short stories and fictions.
Writing provided a therapeutic outlet for Clementina and gave her a platform to express herself creatively. Many of her stories were inspired by her own experiences, with learning difficulties, dyslexia, and bullying while at school. Her stories were not only entertaining, or self-expression, but also a way to create awareness and educate people about the various challenges of disability.
Today, Clementina lives with her parents in Surrey, United Kingdom, where she continues to write and pursue her passion for working with young children. Her love for children and her desire to make a positive impact on their lives continue to motivate her. Clementina's story is a testament to the power of perseverance, determination, and a never-give-up attitude.
It's back to school for Luna, a twelve-year-old girl, but things don't quite get off to the best start. From dealing with dyslexia, teachers that do not seem to understand her issues, handling an annoying bully and her frustration of not getting any support and not being able to do much by herself.
This book Luna's Story is a fiction book based on a real story that showcases the struggles of a girl with dyslexia in school until teachers understood and facilitated special help accordingly to support her learning disability.
The book was written by Clementina Makanjuola, who suffers from dyslexia, to create awareness by telling her story to help minimize the struggles of other kids with dyslexia and help others to acknowledge that kids with dyslexia are easy targets by bullies.
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