My mum is great and a lot of fun. That is, when she is not at her computer typing away or her mobile phone chatting to one person or the other. Mummy is the busiest woman I know. All I want is for mummy to spend a little more time with me. Would she?
Read about Akosua’s fascinating story of trying to get her mum to spend more time with her while learning about the value of family and love.₵15.00₵15.00Quick View
Age Range: 8 – 12 years
It’s the third instalment of Jeff Kinney’s award winning Diary of a Wimpy Kid series, but will it be third time lucky for our hero, Greg Heffley?
It’s not easy for me to think of ways to improve myself, because I’m pretty much one of the best people I know.
Greg’s dad, Frank, is on a mission. A mission to make this wimpy kid… well, less wimpy.
All manner of ‘manly’ physical activities are planned, but Greg just about manages to find a way out of them.
That is until military academy is mentioned, and Greg realises that he’s going to have to come up with something very special to get out of this one…
7+ readers all over the world love reading about what scrapes and schemes Greg gets up to in his hilarious diaries. Full of pictures and giggles, they are the perfect gift, even for reluctant readers.₵40.00Quick View
Age Range: 8 – 12 years
A boy was born into the house of a certain couple in 1821. He was later captured by slave traders and sold into slavery. He rose to become a vibrant business man and King.
The book gives a lucid account of the journey of King Jaja of Opobo from the early stages of his life till he became King over a town he developed. The illustrations further help the readers to explore Jaja’s times and give the book its aesthetic value.₵15.00Quick View
Age Range: 7 – 14 years
Habiba, the beautiful princess of the Wala Kingdom, is in a dilemma. How can she marry a man she does not love? Worse still when she finds that her father, the king, has offered her as a prize to a man whose qualification is success in climbing a kapok tree! Foolish as this may sound, Habiba’s bitterness arises from the fact that Dauda, the winner, is a leper!
But she is in for a surprise! In this exciting love story packed with suspense and the supernatural, Habiba discovers Dauda’s dark secret — much to her relief!₵10.00₵10.00Quick View
Age Range: 4 – 8 years
The Little Blue Engine chug-chug-chugs through the countryside, and puff-puff-puffs through the alphabet as she goes. Come along and help her find some apples for A, butterflies for B, and other objects and animals from A to Z. Learning the alphabet is fun with The Little Engine That Could, one of the most recognizable characters in children’s literature.₵15.00Quick View
Here are some of the greatest stories of all time. The familiar titles, like The Little Mermaid, are stories about things that are still important to us today, like families and loyalty, friendship and courage, getting along and making dreams come true.
In this book, you will find stories that are favorites already, and others that will be new to you, but sure to become your favorites as well.
The Pied Piper
The Little Mermaid
The Horse and the Sword
The Constant Tin Soldier
The Princess and the Pea
Dick Whittington and His Cat
The Brave Little Tailor
The Seven-Headed Serpent
The Two Brothers₵35.00Quick View
Age Range: 8 – 12 years
Jeff Kinney has brought Greg Heffley back for the ninth instalment of his bestselling Diary of a Wimpy Kid series.
This time, the Heffleys are off on a road trip! The chances of survival are… quite small to be honest.
If I had to guess, I’d say 90% of everything we do as a family comes from ideas Mom gets from that magazine. And when I saw the latest issue I knew it was gonna get Mom’s wheels turning.
When Greg’s mom decides the family are going to have an ‘authentic experience’ this summer on a family road trip, Greg is less than excited.
All the Heffley’s trapped in a minivan for miles and miles… it spells disaster.
And when Greg has to battle petrol-station bathrooms, crazed seagulls, a fender bender and a runaway pig, it seems he was right to be worried.
This is one adventure the Heffleys won’t forget!
Reluctant and avid readers of 7+ can’t get enough of Greg and the disasters that follow him around!₵40.00Quick View
Age Range: 5 – 8 years
Massawudu, a 10-year-old boy from Ghana, was born with crooked legs and feet and was unable to walk. He loved school and enjoyed being in the library. His favourite book was Sosu’s Call, about a boy called Sosu who couldn’t walk.
A meeting with a Canadian filmmaker changed his life. Will Massawudu be able to walk again? Find out in this true story.₵17.00₵17.00Quick View
Age Range: 7 – 12 years
The Magic Goat won the 1999 Toyota/Children’s Literature Foundation Best Picture Story Book Illustrator’s Award.
Beautifully produced and illustrated on art paper, the story tells of a time long ago when there were two great kingdoms in the world: the mighty Animal Kingdom and the Kingdom of People. But Goat and Sheep find in their search for salt, that not all the animals in their kingdom are friendly and well-intentioned.₵15.00₵15.00Quick View