The Most Important 10 Minutes in Your Child’s Day!
Make the most out of bedtime with 365 Read-Aloud Bedtime Bible Stories
Children love Bible stories, especially when they are written in age-appropiate, easy-to-understand language. Written specifically for ages 3-8, this book has a year’s supply of the best-loved Bible stories that will delight your children. All the excitement, adventure, history and spiritual truths of the Bible are skillfully presented.
Features questions to help stimulate discussion and over 100 illustrations to spark the imagination!
Daniel Partner is a freelance writer and editor. He has worked on many Bible projects for both children and adults.₵40.00Quick View
It’s a Christmas story in Africa, told through the eyes of a little girl and her family.
Christmas is coming! Sweetie Awo and her friends have planned their best activities ever. But their plans will be ruined if Sweetie Awo doesn’t get her Christmas wish. It’s Christmas Eve and she still doesn’t have what it takes to make her Christmas great. What is she going to do? Will she be lucky enough to have it just on time? Or is she going to have the saddest Christmas ever?
Follow Sweetie Awo, an African girl, and her friends into a Christmas season that is so different and packed with excitement.₵10.00Quick View
Age Range: 7 – 12 years
Who Is Geronimo Stilton?
That’s me! I run a newspaper, but my true passion is writing tales of adventure. Here on Mouse Island, my books are all best-sellers! What’s that? You’ve never read one? Well, my books are full of fun. They are whisker-licking good stories, and that’s a promise!My grandfather William Shortpaws — also known as Cheap Mouse Willy — was back at The Rodent’s Gazette, and he was determined to torture me. He wanted to publish a guide book to Ratzikistan, the Siberia of Mouse Island. And he ordered *me* to go there to write it! But as you know, dear reader, I HATE TRAVELING!₵40.00Quick View
Scrooge, an unpleasant old miser, scorns Christmas and the Christmas Spirit.But Scrooge has a lesson in store for him. Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present, and Future pay him a visit on Christmas Eve and change his life forever. Meet unforgettable characters like Bob Cratchit, Tiny Tim and old Scrooge himself.Charles Dickens’ immortal tale of love and redemption remains the most beloved Christmas story ever.₵20.00Quick View
Age Range: 7 – 10 yearsWho Is Geronimo Stilton?That’s me! I run a newspaper, but my true passion is writing tales of adventure. Here on Mouse Island, my books are all best-sellers! What’s that? You’ve never read one? Well, my books are full of fun. They are whisker-licking good stories, and that’s a promise!A Fabumouse School Adventure
When my nephew, Benjamin, invited me to Career Day at his school, things did not turn out the way I expected. I caused a volcanic explosion, got tangled in the tunnel slide on the playground, and accidentally let the class’s pet gecko out of its cage Rat munching rattlesnakes-how was I going to get myself out of this mess?₵40.00Quick View
A is for Accra is a beautifully-illustrated journey around Ghana from A to Z, and it rhymes! Younger children will recognise the letters in the book and have fun identifying items they know in each illustration. Older children learn about Ghana and the world around them.
There’s a glossary in the back for parents to learn more and share with their kids about the places, foods and people in the book.₵20.00₵20.00Quick View
Age Range: 4 – 7 years
Join Adanah on an alphabetical adventure as she goes to visit her grandfather in Modakeke, Nigeria. Every letter, from A to Z, is featured in this African alphabet book, including C for a camera to take pictures, E for an eagle spied above the trees, P for a pump for fetching water, and S for stories told by Auntie Sumbo.
Adana recalls with excitement a memorable experience at her Granddad’s village and the relaxed pace of rural life compared to the hustling city that she lives in. Her audience is her best friend Zainab, to whom she extends an invite to join her, when next she returns.
Written in a bouncing rhyming style, children will learn while having fun as they join Adanah on her school holiday adventure!
The book is geared towards a reading age of 4-7 and the characters are positive models for the African culture, food and way of life.₵25.00₵25.00Quick View
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: 2 – 5 years
Pre-school – Grade 1
A is for Ampe: An Alphabet Book from Ghana is a must-add book for youngsters’ home libraries as well as a must-purchase by day cares, kindergartens, early years classrooms and the children’s section of public libraries.
In this well-designed alphabet book, the entire alphabet, in upper case, runs across the top of each page which has the focused-upon letter being presented in bolded, larger print. At the bottom of the page, the upper case letter appears in one corner and the lower case in the other. In between is the very brief text which follows a simple, standard pattern, eg. “D is for drum” or “T is for twins.” The objects used to represent the letters can be found in Hildebrand’s and Knowles’ full colour photos which occupy most of each page. Children will encounter the familiar, such as “E is for eggs” and “U is for umbrella,” but, as the short title indicates, they will also meet many new words. Hopefully, those adults who will be sharing this book with pre-readers will have, themselves, first read the book so that they will have discovered at the book’s conclusion the “Glossary of Ghanaian Words” in which Knowles, in addition to providing, where needed, a pronunciation guide, has explained eight Ghanaian terms, including the title’s “Ampe [AHM-pay]: A challenging game, usually played by girls, which involves jumping and clapping. The leading player tries to beat her opponent by the tactical placement of her left or right foot.”₵16.00Quick View
Age Range: 8 – 12 years
Power-drunk Lion seeks to rule all animals by any means. With the help of tortoise, he disguises himself as Amasango the god of lightning. However this deceit backfires.
Elephant and Lion were rival rulers of Malaka and Maputo Kingdoms, respectively. During a time of intense famine in Malaka, Elephant tricks his followers into believing that he would wage war on Maputo and capture Lion in order to take control of their food reserve and share to the animals in Maputo. Could he succeed?₵12.00Quick View
A Midsummer Night’s Dream is one of the most popular comedies of the legendary playwright, William Shakespeare. The play revolves around Hermia and her best friend, Helena. Hermia runs away into the woods with her lover, Lysander, and Demetrius, the man of her father’s choice, follows them. Helena follows Demetrius, as she is in love with him and wishes she could win his love. In the woods, they come across Oberon and Titania, King and Queen of the Fairies. Much confusion is created when Puck, one of the fairies, uses love drops on Lysander and Demetrius, which makes both of them fall in love with Helena.
This short narrative version of the play has been suitably adapted to help introduce the play to young readers. It can be read by children or read to them by parents who wish to introduce them to the play. It can also be used by teachers as a classroom resource. The easy-to-read narration and comic-style illustrations are sure to captivate children’s interest and develop their reading skills.₵15.00Quick View
The Sub Saharan Mystery gumshoes are on the trail again. Mokosane and Tolimashi have a strong emotional stake in solving a mystery that significantly affects their lives and the lives of their relatives. They find themselves in a jumble of events that present a problem they care about. There’s a mystery man in town. Nobody seems to know who the mystery man is. He seems to be responsible for some of their relatives mysteriously winning the lottery. As well, the same relatives seem to be under a kind of spell. Can they break the spell and solve the mystery?₵10.00Quick View