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: 8+ years
Phila is not happy that has to spend her holidays in her grandma’s village. It’s too far from her best friends and she is trapped with her annoying brother and sister.
When she hears the story of Bro. E, a strange tale the young children of the village tell to scare and taunt, she has no idea about the thrilling adventure ahead.
A monster is coming at midnight, RUN, PHILA, RUN!₵22.00₵22.00Quick View
A Reign of Terror!
The mobs in the streets run wild, and danger is everywhere. Lucy Manette, half-English, half-French, lives quietly with her family in London. Having rescued her father many years earlier she feels safe. But the long, bloody hand of the mob reaches out for her and her family, thrusting them into ever-increasing danger.
Love, loyalty, friendship and even life itself are threatened in Charles Dickens’ unforgettable, most dramatic book.₵20.00Quick View
Level 2 is suited to learners who have been studying English for 4-5 years. Short sentences and a large number of illustrations combine to make these books both enjoyable and easy to read, either individually or in class. Learners have a wide variety of stories to choose from.
Adefe is a beautiful young girl living in a village in Ghana. She works hard at school, and hopes to go to university. But the village chief does not approve. He wants her to marry him instead! Winner of the British Council 1998 Ghana Write-a-Story Competition.₵12.00Quick View
When Cleopas Onini was born, he had two front teeth and drank a big cup of porridge. At his naming ceremony, his uncle who had lived on top of a tree for 30 years climbed down to witness the occasion. As the family argued about the appropriate name for the baby, eight-day-old Cleopas sat up in his bed and clapped his tiny hands to show his preference for the name his uncle Ofutu announced. Everybody, including the catechist, took to their heels as they witnessed the strange scene. At three months, he could sit up, crawl and talk.₵20.00Quick View