Dear Editor,

I agree with the much debated book of the country's first women, but it also seems that solomon islands people are arguing over a grave yard. That book does not bring Solomon Islands ahead in this vast economic world. That book is not worth millions of dollars for anyone.

Even if they acknowledge the past Political leaders of solomon Islands, Prime Ministers and GGs in that book or any other writen materials, am still not really happy. The ones that should be acknowledged as I believe in this global Economic crisis are the rural Farmers in Solomon Islands who manage to sustain the econmy with their small but valuable cocoa, copra, trochus, timber etc as exports but not that book which only be put on the shelves of Libraries without profit making.

Please put this issue to rest because the farmers who contributed much on the economy are forgetten in every aspects.