Age Range: 2 – 5 years
From A to Z, stunning color photographs depict everyday life in Nigeria, where the author-photographer grew up—but the images pictured also represent the rich diversity of Africa, and the warm family ties and traditional village life found throughout this vast colorful continent.
“A talented photographer, Onyefulu [offers] and incisive, sophisticated view of her homeland’s rich heritage.”—Publishers Weekly
“Visually appealing.”—Kirkus Reviews₵15.00₵15.00Quick View
Age Range: 5+ years
Ebele loves games, and she plays from morning to night in the village ama. But when she hears that her Senegalese cousin Ngony is coming to stay, and wants to play their favourite games, Ebele starts to wonder — hat is her favourite game?
Ifeoma Onyefulu’s vivid photography and fun-packed story, together with songs and panels telling how to play each game, are sure to delight young readers.₵15.00Quick View
Ama and Euphoria have known each other for six years. They are nine years old and have started 3rd grade. Ama is being bullied due to the visible grey strands in her hair. Euphoria is seen as her best friend, but as she is quite popular in school, she is getting acceptance from the tougher and cooler kids in her class and other classes. She starts adopting the harsh linguistics of those mates, which leads to negative energy creating horrible consequences for herself, Ama and ultimately everyone in the nation of Ghana…
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Age Range: 5 – 9 years
A little Nigerian girl describes her village, and the way it is divided into ogbo, or age groups. Each ogbo is assigned to a different task, from that of her brother which helps sweep clean the village ilo, to her grandfather’s, which spreads words of wisdom to the villagers. Ifeoma Onyefulu’s beautiful photographs once again capture the age-old customs of Nigerian village life.₵15.00Quick View
Age Range: 4+ yearsHere is a counting book to widen the horizons, packed with information about the life and culture of South Africa, and accompanied by stunning, full-colour images from Oxfam’s photographers. Each spread features a main photograph that follows Nothando, as she grows and harvests a pumpkin seed and contains simple counting from 1 to 10. Surrounding this are secondary images and text, containing an abundance of information about the growing of plants and crops, shopping, travelling, food preparation, family meals and much more.₵15.00Quick View
Age Range: 3 – 6 yearsIn the center of Adaora’s slice of paw-paw is a perfect star shape. She doesn’t want to spoil it, so she and her cousin Ugo set off to find a different piece of fruit. As they walk, the children see all kinds of shapes: Uncle Eze’s rectangular agbada, musicians playing circle-topped elephant drums, a crescent-shaped plantain, even plants with leaves in the shape of a heart. Ifeoma Onyefulu’s vibrant prose and vivid photographs are a charming introduction to both shapes and to Nigerian village life. Sidebars provide further details about the fascinating objects illustrated.₵15.00Quick View
Age Range: 4+ yearsAmarlai has a new cousin — and he can’t wait for her to be given a name. On the great day, the guests arrive, prayers are said, the corn wine is blessed and a tiny drop of wine is put on the baby’s tongue as she is named. Gifts are offered, and the feasting and dancing begins. Everyone is happy, but Amarlai is happiest of all: at last his cousin has a name. Her name is Dede!₵15.00Quick View