Age Range: 10 – 13 years
Fiifi and his two friends, Kakra and Panyin are neighbours. In an Art and Craft class, Fiifi cannot mold his clay pot. He asks Panyin to help him complete his art work over the weekend, but Panyin gives a thousand and one reasons why he cannot help.Total: ₵15.00
African Entrepreneurs in the 21st Century, Their Stories of Success (EPP Books, January 2013) features over 575 enterprises from all 56 countries of Africa. It is a guide book to Africa’s successful entrepreneurs who are creating jobs and improving the quality of life within the five regions of Africa. The book is packed with accurate, practical, and honest advice, designed to give readers the information young entrepreneurs need to make the most of their enterprises. The book is envisioned as a source of networking for seasoned entrepreneurs and as a guide book for mentoring young and upcoming entrepreneurs.₵40.00Total: ₵40.00Total: ₵40.00
Young Kwaku Obeng, falsely accused of a crime, comes to Accra to seek his fortune and find a means of clearing his name.
Homeless and penniless, virtually alone in the world, he strives against the odds in a world that owes him no favours. Will he be able to achieve his dream of becoming a medical doctor? Will his tarnished image be restored?
Will he ever be able to go home again?Total: ₵15.00
Age Range: 8 – 12 years
In Better Late than Never, Daakyehene is to attend an interview but wakes up a bit too late on the day set for the interview.
For this reason, he decides that he will not attend. His mother urges him on to give it a try nonetheless.
What happens at the interview? Was it worth the try? Is it really better late than never?
The stories in this series Idioms in Expression aim at giving children a better understanding of idiomatic expressions. Since these idioms form the main theme for the story, it becomes easy for the reader to understand the contexts within which such expressions should be used.
Coupled with this learning experience are the exciting story lines which do not only portray the familiar African culture, but also provide a wide vocabulary for readers’ use.Total: ₵12.00
Fanny Orleans-Binder (Illustrator), Nana Ama Buckman
Age Range: 6 – 11 years
The Opoku family never seem to have any peace because of their naughty son Kofi. Kofi is the naughtiest boy in Botikrom and is always getting into trouble. The church harvest is approaching and Kofi has been on his best behaviour much to everyone’s surprise. But they don’t know that Kofi has a very naughty trick up his sleeve which will shock the town!₵13.00Total: ₵13.00Total: ₵13.00
Ethel DedeEthel Dede Mbrokoh
Age Range: 10 – 14 years
A girl goes snail-hunting with friends and soon finds out that she is all alone in the forest. A search is mounted for her and she is found dumb in an old man’s hut.
Age Range: 10 – 14 yearsMbrokoh
A girl goes snail-hunting with friends and soon finds out that she is all alone in the forest. A search is mounted for her and she is found dumb in an old man’s hut.₵10.00Total: ₵10.00Total: ₵10.00
Age Range: 5 – 10 years
A group of rabbits is faced with the toughest challenge of their lives: their once happy and peaceful Kingdom is being threatened by famine and death. Led by their brave king and queen, they embark on a dangerous journey to find a better and safer land. This is a story of courage, kindness, hope and new beginnings.
Get ready for an exciting adventure with the rabbits of Rabbital Kingdom.Total: ₵15.00
Age Range: 5 – 9 years
“Koliko sakora!” some of her friends teased her as she opened her food bowl. Dzifa had eaten fried potatoes with hot pepper for lunch for the past four days. Not that she did not like the food. She did but there was no fish to eat the meal with. She had no other option, but to eat the food, just as it was.
Soon, break was over and lessons resumed.
“What is that in your dress?” Miss Lucy enquired.
“Please teacher, it is red hot pepper” Dzifa replied.
The whole class burst into laughter.
Dzifa resolved that after such an embarrassment before the whole class, she was not going to help Miss Lucy with clean the classroom anymore.
Read further to see what happened later and the surprise that lay in store for Dzifa.Total: ₵12.00
A young girl named Adwoa loves to take care of the environment. In Canada, she is part of a green group but she has to move away to Ghana with her family. Learn what a ghostly forest and a curse in Ghana have to do with helping Adwoa feel at home and allowing her to help save the planet.Total: ₵15.00
Alan thinks his summer vacation would be boring until he comes into contact with the most unusual person. Alan takes the friendship to a different level when he makes the decision to risk his life so that his newfound friend would live. A bad headache would put him to sleep. He would wake up but not in his bed. His new world would challenge him to be a warrior. He would have Chacham to trust, Alala to admire and Akrabim to battle. Whatever the outcome, Alan’s life will never be the same.Total: ₵15.00
Age range : 6-11 years
Kofi Opoku is up to his old tricks again but this time it seems his latest trick has angered a ghost and the ghost is out to….₵13.00Total: ₵13.00Total: ₵13.00
Everything was going on smoothly for her and the future appeared secured until a shocking betrayal shatters everything Naomi had lived for. In the bleak darkness that follows she is forced to make a choice — to return to the past or wade towards the flickering light that beckoned her.Total: ₵15.00
Age Range: 8 – 12 years
Zinabu and six other dancers put up a splendid performance at the durbar grounds. Their dancing is so impressive that they are asked to perform again the next day. Amina is keen on being the lead dancer this time round, and so accuses Zinabu of missing her steps during the previous performance. She succeeds in convincing Madam Aisha, the drama and dance teacher that she can put up a better performance.Total: ₵12.00
Age Range: 5 – 8 years
It was a ‘no holds barred’ session at the enlightenment meeting as all the animals therein assembled aired their grievances against man and railed against his perceived ingratitude and numerous wrongs.
“I clean all the mess that man makes and yet he looks down in me,” said the vulture. “Man copied our secrets to build submarines so they can travel under water,” the dolphin and other fishes added.
These and many others were the complaints raised against Man.
Funny and fascinating…guaranteed you will learn a lot about some unique abilities of animals.Total: ₵15.00