• Fundamentals to the Art of Winning (Pre-Order)

    Available from 18th September, 2023

    The purpose of this book is to throw light on the adoption and execution of basic universal and economic principles that can lead you to wealth, prosperity and freedom in simple terms that all can relate with.
    Fundamentals To The Art Of Winning offers a unique perspective on financial success and the quest for personal sovereignty. It challenges the conventional wisdom about the traditional paths to achieving financial independence and presents alternative real-world approaches that Gould fast-track your journey to financial success.
    The author presents you with a unique understanding of how you can use the power of your mind to manifest your dreams. Winning starts with a belief system that cultivates in you some ideals that allow you to take action in the direction of your personal purpose

  • Bamboozled By Jesus: How God Tricked Me into the Life of My Dreams

    Emmy-nominated actress and comic Yvonne Orji candidly yet humorously shares the twists and turns that eventually led her to success, while seamlessly interweaving a modern-day Biblical blueprint to inspire and empower readers to live their best lives.

    Yvonne Orji has never shied away from being unapologetically herself, and that includes being outspoken about her faith. Known for interpreting Biblical stories and metaphors to fit current times, her humorous and accessible approach to faith leaves even non-believers inspired and wanting more.

    The way Yvonne sees it, God is a sovereign prankster, punkin’ folks long before Ashton Kutcher made it cool. When she meditates on her own life—complete with unforeseen blessings and unanticipated roadblocks—she realizes it’s one big testimony to how God tricked her into living out her wildest dreams. And she wants us to join in on getting bamboozled. This is not a self-help book—it’s a GET YOURS book!

    In Bamboozled by Jesus, a frank and fresh advice book, Orji takes readers on a journey through twenty-four life lessons, gleaned from her own experiences and her favorite source of inspiration: the Bible. But this ain’t your mama’s Bible study. Yvonne infuses wit and heart in sharing pointers like why the way up is sometimes down, and how fear is synonymous to food poisoning. Her joyful, confident approach to God will inspire everyone to catapult themselves out of the mundane and into the magnificent.

    With bold authenticity and practical relatability, Orji is exactly the kind of cultural leader we need in these chaotic times. Her journey of getting bamboozled by Jesus paints a powerful picture of what it means to say “yes” to a life you never could’ve imagined—if it wasn’t your own.

  • From Charleston to Accra (Hardcover)

    Age Range: 3 – 8 years

    From Charleston to Accra is a children’s book following the story of Leela as she moves with her family from their home in Charleston, South Carolina to Accra, Ghana. She juggles between excitement about the move and nervousness about leaving her familiar surroundings and friends. The family has a stop in Hamburg, Germany on their way to Accra and has a few adventures there. Eventually Leela is happy and excited to explore her new home with her family.

  • The Science of Reading in Action: Brain-Friendly Strategies Every Teacher Needs to Know

    This is not just a book, it’s a teaching movement.

    We all want to help students learn to read, but what happens when 67% of children don’t get that chance? 2022 National Report Card data shows that is the reality in the United States right now. But it does not have to be this way!

    The three most common barriers to successful reading instruction are lack of research-based training, actionable tools, and support. The Science of Reading in Action gives you all three.

    You will:

    • Build a rock-solid understanding of what the research does (and does not!) tell us about how students learn to read. SPOILER ALERT: Instagram does not always get it right.
    • Discover struggling readers’ biggest roadblocks and learn how to quickly overcome them.
    • Download dozens of print-and-play activities, sanity-saving cheat sheets, and classroom-tested teaching strategies that make it easy to implement brain-friendly reading instruction.
    • Learn a surprisingly simple strategy that helps students memorize words 10X faster than flashcards.
    • And turn worries that students are slipping through the cracks into unshakable confidence that every student is thriving.

    Malia Hollowell is a National Board Certified Teacher and Stanford University graduate who coaches half a million teachers around the world to implement the science of reading in their classrooms.

    You want teaching reading to be easy for you AND your students.

    The Science of Reading in Action is a state-of-the-art book on brain-friendly reading instruction in twenty-first-century classrooms. Discover how to easily put the science of reading into action in your classroom so that you can see its phenomenal impact on student learning for yourself.

  • The Light We Carry: Overcoming in Uncertain Times


    In an inspiring follow-up to her critically acclaimed, #1 bestselling memoir Becoming, former First Lady Michelle Obama shares practical wisdom and powerful strategies for staying hopeful and balanced in today’s highly uncertain world.

    There may be no tidy solutions or pithy answers to life’s big challenges, but Michelle Obama believes that we can all locate and lean on a set of tools to help us better navigate change and remain steady within flux. In The Light We Carry, she opens a frank and honest dialogue with readers, considering the questions many of us wrestle with: How do we build enduring and honest relationships? How can we discover strength and community inside our differences? What tools do we use to address feelings of self-doubt or helplessness? What do we do when it all starts to feel like too much?

    Michelle Obama offers readers a series of fresh stories and insightful reflections on change, challenge, and power, including her belief that when we light up for others, we can illuminate the richness and potential of the world around us, discovering deeper truths and new pathways for progress. Drawing from her experiences as a mother, daughter, spouse, friend, and First Lady, she shares the habits and principles she has developed to successfully adapt to change and overcome various obstacles—the earned wisdom that helps her continue to “become.” She details her most valuable practices, like “starting kind,” “going high,” and assembling a “kitchen table” of trusted friends and mentors. With trademark humor, candor, and compassion, she also explores issues connected to race, gender, and visibility, encouraging readers to work through fear, find strength in community, and live with boldness.

    “When we are able to recognize our own light, we become empowered to use it,” writes Michelle Obama. A rewarding blend of powerful stories and profound advice that will ignite conversation, The Light We Carry inspires readers to examine their own lives, identify their sources of gladness, and connect meaningfully in a turbulent world.

  • Straight Shooter: A Memoir of Second Chances and First Takes (Hardcover)


    America’s most popular sports media figure tells it like it is in this surprisingly personal book, not only dishing out his signature, uninhibited opinions but also revealing the challenges he overcame in childhood as well as at ESPN, and who he really is when the cameras are off.

    Stephen A. Smith has never been handed anything, nor was he an overnight success. Growing up poor in Queens, the son of Caribbean immigrants and the youngest of six children, he was a sports-obsessed kid who faced a number of struggles, from undiagnosed dyslexia to getting enough cereal to fill his bowl. As a basketball player at Winston-Salem State University, he got a glimmer of his true calling when he wrote a newspaper column arguing for the retirement of his own Hall of Fame coach, Clarence Gaines.

    Smith hustled and rose up from a high school reporter at Daily News (New York) to a general sports columnist at The Philadelphia Inquirer in the 1990s, before getting his own show at ESPN in 2005. After he was unceremoniously fired from the network in 2009, he became even more determined to fight for success. He got himself rehired two years later and, with his razor-sharp intelligence and fearless debate style, found his role on the show he was destined to star in: First Take, the network’s flagship morning program.

    In Straight Shooter, Smith writes about the greatest highs and deepest lows of his life and career. He gives his thoughts on Skip Bayless, Ray Rice, Colin Kaepernick, the New York Knicks, the Dallas Cowboys, and former President Donald Trump. But he also pulls back the curtain and talks about life beyond the set, sharing authentic stories about his negligent father, his loving mother, being a father himself, his battle with life-threatening COVID-19, and what he really thinks about politics and social issues. He does it all with the same intelligence, humor, and charm that has made him a household name.

    Provocative, moving, and eye-opening, this book is the perfect gift for lovers of sports, television, and anyone who likes their stories delivered straight to the heart.

  • Uphill: A Memoir (Hardcover)

    One of Oprah Daily‘s Best Fall Nonfiction Books of 2022

    An empowering, unabashedly bold memoir by the
     Atlantic journalist and former ESPN SportsCenter coanchor about overcoming a legacy of pain and forging a new path, no matter how uphill life’s battles might be.

    Jemele Hill’s world came crashing down when she called President Trump a “white supremacist”; the White House wanted her fired from ESPN, and she was deluged with death threats. But Hill had faced tougher adversaries growing up in Detroit than a tweeting president. Beneath the exterior of one of the most recognizable journalists in America was a need―a calling―to break her family’s cycle of intergenerational trauma.

    Born in the middle of a lively routine Friday night Monopoly game to a teen mother and a heroin-addicted father, Hill constantly adjusted to the harsh realities of not only her own childhood but the inherited generational pain of her mother and grandmother. Her escape was writing.

    Hill’s mother was less than impressed with the brassy and bold free expression of her diary, but Hill never stopped discovering and amplifying her voice. Through hard work and a constant willingness to learn, Hill rose from newspaper reporter to columnist to new heights as the coanchor for ESPN’s revered SportsCenter. Soon, she earned respect and support for her fearless opinions and unshakable confidence, as well as a reputation as a trusted journalist who speaks her mind with truth and conviction.

    In Jemele Hill’s journey Uphill, she shares the whole story of her work, the women of her family, and her complicated relationship with God in an unapologetic, character-rich, and eloquent memoir.

  • Ga-English Dictionary (3rd Edition)

    Suitable for the general public, basic schools, JHS, SHS and Colleges of Education.

    Suitable for the Ga and non-Ga speaker and learner.

  • Daily Power: A Daily Devotional Guide for Youth & Family (2023 Edition)

    Scripture Union is serving God’s Church in this country by producing booklets which give a Bible reading every day throughout the year. These booklets help to make daily Bible reading easy, exciting, and meaningful, leading to true conversion, victorious living, fruitful service to the church and society. Become one of the thousands of happy Christians in the SU Bible reading family in Africa by using Daily Power (Youth/Family) or Daily Guide (Adults).

    Scripture Union Ghana’s Daily Power has been used for many years by Christians in Ghana and abroad for Quiet Time.

    Remember the mantra from Daily Guide: No Bible, No Breakfast.


  • Daily Super Food: A Daily Devotional Guide for Children (2023 Edition)

    Fill each day with everlasting hope and trust!

  • Our Daily Bread: 2023 Annual Edition

    Fill each day with everlasting hope and trust!

    About Our Daily Bread

    Our Daily Bread is distributed around the world and is translated into more than 50 languages. Each month millions of readers turn to the pages of this beloved devotional for inspiration, comfort, peace, and hope.

  • Daily Guide: A Daily Devotional Guide for Adults (2023 Edition)

    Scripture Union is serving God’s Church in this country by producing booklets which give a Bible reading every day throughout the year. These booklets help to make daily Bible reading easy, exciting, and meaningful, leading to true conversion, victorious living, fruitful service to the church and society. Become one of the thousands of happy Christians in the SU Bible reading family in Africa by using Daily Power (Youth/Family) or Daily Guide (Adults).

    Scripture Union Ghana’s Daily Guide has been used for many years by Christians in Ghana and abroad for Quiet Time.

    Remember the mantra from Daily Guide: No Bible, No Breakfast.


  • Truth is a Flightless Bird

    Obama comes to Kenya!

    The American president’s historic visit to Nairobi is the electric backdrop to the story of a pastor, who plunges into the slums to rescue the woman he loves from the clutches of a Somali drug lord.

    But how deep can the pastor go, without destroying his faith, and himself?

    Truth is a Flightless Bird is a brutal love letter to the frontier town that is present-day Nairobi: a studied observation of the the failure of bare-knuckled capitalism, the inequality machines our cities have become, and – ultimately – the profoundly irrational human capacity to hope, to risk everything in order to have something in which to believe.

    With Truth is a Flightless Bird, Hussain establishes a remarkable voice, one truly his own.

  • Le Village des Animaux (Hardcover)

    Age Range: 7 – 12 years

    “Quelles grandes leçons Nelda LaTeef enseigne aux jeunes et ceux d’entre nous qui ne sont pas si jeunes dans son livre, Le Village des Animaux. Écouter les vieilles histoires transmises des ancêtres; il est toujours mieux de rester ensemble que de se monter les uns contre les autres; Concentrez-vous sur une tâche jusqu’à ce qu’elle soit accomplie et tout est possible, peu à peu.” − Johnnetta Betsch Cole, Directrice: Smithsonian National Musuem of African Art  

    “Le Village des Animaux est une histoire inspirante qui nous enseigne la persévérance et la valeur du travail d’équipe. L’histoire du livre, Le Village des Animaux est la réflexion de ce qui se passe dans notre village global.” − Benita Ferrero-Waldner, Commissaire Européen au Commerce et aux Relations Extérieures Chef du Protocole des Nations Unies

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