• Reflexions (Hardcover)

    Poetry emerged in the wake of this crucial point of my life— shedding off and learning a different perspective to life, building resilience despite the deliberate efforts of life to tear me down, and realising my full potential. An awakening of sleeping voices in my heart, of hidden strength in my bones, an unearthing of gifts I didn’t know I held in my hands. An awakening that birthed these words. — Perfect Koka

    The excitement of most journeys lies in the destination; but for some special journeys, the beauty lies in the journey itself. Perfect’s poetry anthology is a journal of many journeys through her evolution and growth. This is more than a book of poems. — Elsie Dickson

    It’s commendable how the consistency of the central theme is maintained throughout. It speaks of the focus of the writer’s journey. Overall, it’s the story the poet’s life, written from personal experiences, views on her journey of life and societal menace. The poems speak of her identities – and give flesh to these identities. You feel touch and interact with them as you move through the pages. It’s interesting experience reading through her writing, faith, and womaning. Great works — Ebenezer Kojo Sarfo (Eben Ace)

  • Key Banks in Ghana + Telcos + Accounting Firms

    The book is a treasure trove of photographs of the most iconic buildings which embellish the skyline of Accra. In this book, Mr. Wilfred Kojo Ephraim, the author and photographer, takes us on a pictorial tour of the capital. With brief touch downs in Abelemkpe and on Ring Road Central, he leads us from Airport City through Cantonment City down the length and breadth of Independence Avenue, to the Central Business District of Accra.


    The book is a one stop shop, the first of its kind to assemble information on the Headquarters Buildings, Visions, Missions, Values, and provide a cursory look at Financial Performances about the major banks, telcos, and accounting firms operating in Ghana. One can browse through and favourably compare the Ghana Commercial Bank Head Office building which was completed in the sixties/seventies, to the more contemporary Standard Chartered Bank building at 87 Independence Avenue or the Ultramodern EY and PWC buildings in Cantonment City.


    This book is for all who appreciate Accra, or who plan to visit the city.  It is for children learning about the capital of Ghana, as well as for adults who know it well.  It is a memento of the city and belongs on everyone’s bookshelf!

  • Ghana Lovely Resorts

    As the old English adage goes: The sweetness of the pudding is in the eating. The Resorts shown in this book represent what the Author had personally experienced during a corporate organised programme or through his personal Tourism tours.

    His account of Royal Senchi Resort was the result of a weekend stay at this lovely resort when his former employers Total Petroleum Ghana PLC (now TotalEnergies Marketing Ghana PLC) organised a weekend Team Building Programme for its Management Team. The lush green environment gave the participants a very peaceful stay.

    The two other resorts featured in this book, Bojo Beach Resort and Premier Beach Resort, are located on the coastal part of the Bortianor-Weija enclave in the western part of Accra.

    The Weija River Area is a lovely place to visit because of its therapeutic water effect.


  • Abusua Pa Jigsaw Puzzle: Fufu Dish (1000 Puzzle Pieces)

    Fufu is a popular staple food in Ghana made from starchy root vegetables like cassava, yams, or plantains, boiled and pounded into a dough-like/pasty consistency.

    It is a versatile dish, served with a variety of soups and plays a significant cultural role, symbolizing communal dining and togetherness. Regional variations of Fufu may exist.

    Fufu offers energy and it is a cultural experience, making it a beloved and nutritious part of Ghanaian cuisine.

  • Luxury Hotels in Ghana

    This book showcases the huge progress made by Ghana in the development of its hospitality infrastructure especially during the past fifteen to twenty years.

    Movenpick Hotel was one of the new five-star hotels to be established during this period. Not long after the completion of the Movenpick Hotel came Kempinski Hotel. These two hotels have taken the hospitality business in Ghana to a higher notch.

    Other hotels featured in this book provide a good level of competition to the above two prime hotels in the City of Accra.

    Best Western Plus Atlantic Hotel located in the Western Regional Capital of Takoradi also known as the Oil City of Ghana is a very impressive hotel to lodge in. The Author experienced a five-day stay in this hotel during a corporate assignment to Takoradi. The hotel provides excellent services and great culinary menus. The Author would always recommend their delicious fufu and light soup to anyone visiting the hotel.

  • Accra by Day and by Night

    The book is a pictorial rendition of the beauty, elegance, and glamour which bring to bear in the mind and thoughts of any genuine lover of nature: the energy and dynamism which invigorate life in the cosmopolitan hub commonly known as the City of Accra.

    It depicts the beauty of having a planned city using the Airport Area as a fulcrum for advocating more of such planned agglomeration of buildings. The book then captures a few iconic structures from the Accra Central Business District. Photos of these two sections of the City of Accra are then shown at daytime as well as nighttime.

    Accra by Day and By Night is a beautiful picture book for both adults and children, regular residents of the City as well as domestic and foreign tourists. The book gives residents of the City of Accra something to live for first time visitors who look forward to their first warm embrace of the capital of the second most peaceful country in Africa, the book gives them something to look forward to.

  • World Globe

    This Globe is perfect for teaching geography to new learners. It has a sturdy base and a design which acts as a visual reference during geography lessons.

    The globe is perfect for use at home or school.

    You can use it to teach new learners about different countries, continents and more.

    It has a durable plastic construction with a sturdy base.

    The globe has a natural colour scheme with blue oceans and coloured land.

    World Globe

  • Dictionary of the Hausa People: Volume 2 – English-Hausa (Cambridge Library Collection)

    Hausa is an African language originating in Niger and northern Nigeria and spoken widely in West and Central Africa as a lingua franca. Charles Henry Robinson (1861-1925) was the first student of the short-lived Hausa Association, formed in 1891 to promote the study of the Hausa Language and people. The Association sponsored Robinson to stay in Northern Nigeria from 1894 to 1895 to gain more experience in the language. On his return Robinson published an anthology of Hausa text in 1896 and a Hausa grammar in 1897 as well as his two-volume dictionary in 1899. His efforts contributed greatly to Western knowledge of the language despite criticisms of his relatively short experience of Hausa-speaking communities.

    Volume 2 is an English-Hausa dictionary, intended for those who wished to speak colloquial Hausa. The version reissued here is the 1925 fourth edition.

  • Last Days at Forcados High

    The Last Days at Forcados High tells the story of Jimi Solade, the most popular boy at the elite Forcados High School. As he begins his final year in senior secondary together with his friends, the sweet-hearted and devout Nene and Ansa, the nerdy art genius, he’s determined it’s going to be his best year yet. But Jimi’s rogue brother, Wole, is back – which means trouble can’t be far behind. Then there’s Efua, the beautiful and mysterious new girl in class who seems to have no time for boys – including Jimi. But when Jimi’s mother falls ill, he realizes that things are about to change – and not necessarily in a good way.

    A funny and honest book about self-discovery, family, friendship, tolerance and the highs and lows of life as a modern Nigerian teenager. Instead, Last Days stands out with its realistic situations, original characters and deft storytelling. It is at once entertaining and deadly serious, tackling a range of difficult issues including drug abuse, discrimination and loss, with intelligence and great writing.

  • The Kaya Girl

    Age Range: 8 – 12 years

    2012 First Place Burt Award for African Young Adult Literature Finalist


    In a bustling market in Ghana’s capital city, the lives of two very different girls collide. Neither of them will ever be the same.

    Abena is spending her summer vacation working at her auntie’s shop in Makola Market, a place she and her wealthy friends would typically never go. She would sooner be found at the mall. Faiza is a Muslim migrant worker from the North who makes her living in the market as a porter, carrying goods in a bowl balanced on her head.

    When the two girls meet, they forge an unlikely and powerful friendship. So different in their experiences, each opens the door to an unseen world for the other—and is forever changed by what they discover. Playing out against an eye-opening backdrop of wealth and poverty, the story of these two teenagers vibrates with unforgettable characters crossing the chasms of difference that divide us—and celebrating the deeper truths that bring the best of friends together.

    The Kaya Girl

  • Rambunctious Kwame and The Case of the Missing Birthday Banku

    Age Range: 7 – 13 years

    Meet Yawa, a 13-year-old near genius with a knack for getting into trouble! Yawa The Adventurer Issue is an original, funny, 32-page all-ages action-adventure comic series with an African twist. It is the first-ever comic to blend fact, fiction, history, culture, and modern living from a variety of African countries. If you’re a fan of adventures like Indiana Jones, silliness like Scooby-Doo or Dumb or Dumber, or international mystery and mischief like Tintin, then this is the comic for you! Each issue explores different countries in Africa through Yawa’s adventures – their history and culture and includes pages of facts that you are guaranteed to not know about! Perfect for comic lovers, young AND old!

  • Pet

    Age Range: 12 years and above

    There are no monsters anymore, or so the children in the city of Lucille are taught. Jam and her best friend, Redemption, have grown up with this lesson all their life. But when Jam meets Pet, a creature made of horns and colors and claws, who emerges from one of her mother’s paintings and a drop of Jam’s blood, she must reconsider what she’s been told. Pet has come to hunt a monster—and the shadow of something grim lurks in Redemption’s house. Jam must fight not only to protect her best friend, but also uncover the truth, and the answer to the question—How do you save the world from monsters if no one will admit they exist?


  • We Learn About Fire Safety (Safety and Me Series)

    Age Range: 4 – 10 years

    In this series, children learn important safety measures that help them relate safely with their immediate environment. With age-appropriate language and fun illustrations, children gain useful knowledge on fire safety, preserving the environment, road safety and safety at home.

    This fully illustrated book is an exciting introduction to fire safety for children. Join the friends, Nana, Tobi, Grace and Hakeem, as they learn about keeping safe on the roads from the wise Uncle Omoh.

  • We Learn About Road Safety (Safety and Me Series)

    Age Range: 4 – 10 years

    In this series, children learn important safety measures that help them relate safely with their immediate environment. With age-appropriate language and fun illustrations, children gain useful knowledge on fire safety, preserving the environment, road safety and safety at home.

    This fully illustrated book is an exciting introduction to road safety for children. Join the friends, Nana, Tobi, Grace and Hakeem, as they learn about keeping safe on the roads from the wise Uncle Omoh.

    The children’s questions are answered:

    • What is a zebra crossing?
    • Who is a pedestrian?
    • What kinds of different vehicles ride on the roads?
    • How should I cross the road?
    • What do traffic lights mean?
    • What do different road signs mean?
    • How can I stay safe and secure on the roads?

  • My Nigeria: People, Places and Culture

    Age Range: 7 – 10 years

    This series provides a captivating way for children to learn about Nigeria. Complete with colourful illustrations, the series starts with a brief history of the Niger Area, its people, early culture and tribal dynasties. It delves further into the colonial era, Nigerian pioneers and past leaders of both democratic and military administrations. The final book explores the people, foods and places in Nigeria.

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