Nothing in life is as exciting and satisfying as introducing Jesus to people who have never met him.
New York Times bestselling author and world-renowned motivational speaker Nick Vujicic is known worldwide as the man without arms and legs who personifies a “can do” spirit.
Now in greater detail, he explains how the example of Jesus Christ motivates him to travel widely and speak boldly because the “good news” of the Gospel is just too good to keep quiet! Although the world has so many problems, no challenge is too great for the God who promises to move mountains.
Using compelling stories from his own experience, Nick shares the heart of his message, the motivation behind all he does, and something that he believes the world needs now more than ever before: A faith in Jesus Christ that moves people to act and make the world a better place.₵70.00Quick View
- helps students to write simple French composition
- is ideal for quick revision of French Grammar
- contains French idiomatic expressions and essential vocabulary used in everyday French
- gives the student the opportunity for personal communication
- caters for the needs of students of French at the Junior and Senior High School levels
- is ideal for self-tuition and easy reference.
This book contains essential vocabulary and expressions currently used in everyday French. It is ideal for quick revision for students at the Junior and Senior High Schools as well as those who are interested in learning French as a second language. It is ideal for self-tuition and easy reference.
The book provides the user with up-to-date collection of essential vocabulary and enables the student to build his or her vocabulary in French, with a lot of exercises for practice.₵25.00Quick View
Age Range: 7 – 12 years
Yennenga was very atheletic and she learnt to shoot arrows, and throw spears. She also learnt the art of horse riding. Her father gave her a special stallion called Ouedrago. At age fourteen she was a very skillful horse rider and an adept javelin thrower. Her father therefore took her to battles. She was a very good warrior! Her father became very proud of her and, in fact, made her a battalion commander. At fourteen years of age, Yennenga started helping her father in battles. Because of her skill in battle, her father refused to give her away in marriage. Yennenga loved fighting for her father in war but she also yearned to be a married woman and have children of her own. However, her father refused to give her away to any of the many suitors who sought her hand in marriage.₵15.00Quick View
Age Range: 6 – 10 years
In this Book Nana Manukure Kissiedu focuses on the joys of joint reading as an effective tool to motivate ,build and sustain the reading culture in children.This book records the exciting moments of pupils from two classes who were paired to read entertaining and educative books of their own choice .
The author takes us into the world of the children and how excited they can be when motivated to read.₵15.00₵15.00Quick View
Age Range: 6 – 10 years
The story seeks to educate children on what happens during book fairs which is one of the media through which Ghanaian Publishers advertise and promote their books.
The author uses the story to touch on the need for schools and school pupils to participate in book fairs and to stress its role in promoting reading amongst children.₵15.00₵15.00Quick View
2012 First Place Burt Award for African Young Adult Literature Finalist
“I’m Abena,” I said in Twi.
“I’m Faiza,” she said in a language I would soon find out was called Dagbanli.”
An accidental meeting in Accra’s bustling Makola market makes an impact that is to affect the destinies of two extraordinary young women. For Abena, the open-minded girl from a comfortable family, the meeting is an opportunity to learn about the culture of the other girl and to appreciate the dignity that we often fail to see in the lives of the underprivileged of our country. For Faiza, the eponymous Kaya girl, the encounter with the richer girl is to provide a joyful adventure in her otherwise harsh existence and provided the inspiration that will transform her life.
The Kaya-Girl is a wonderful story, told with warm humor, about two young and confident people from vastly different Ghanaian worlds.₵30.00₵30.00Quick View
The application of pictures as visual aids is indisputably a highly recommended teaching technique. When it comes to child education and even adult beginners, this method assumes special dimensions.
Self Help French-English Picture Book is specially designed with these factors in mind. It profusely makes use of pictures as visual aids to help students acquire in a more pleasant way a wide range of life-long knowledge and vocabulary in both French and English.
Over four hundred labelled items are classified under fifteen headings. After each chapter, some sentences are provided, along with their translations, to shed more light on the use of the words presented.
This book should prove an indispensable tool to both young and old, students and the general reading publish who wish to acquire a working knowledge in French. It should similarly prove invaluable to French-speaking nationals who desire to communicate in English.₵10.00Quick View
This book is intended for use by young pupils. It contains a picture dictionary, short interesting poems and directions for use by the teacher. There are also a few model lessons to help teachers to use the book as desired by the teacher.
To bring as much variety as possible into the book, the author has included short colourfully illustrated poems and a word list in pictures.₵10.00₵10.00Quick View
“I feel particularly privileged to be able to recommend this wonderful work to all prospective readers. Let our younger generation read, cogitate and be inspired by Kofi Otutu — clearly a man of many parts.” — Ambassador Kwesi Quartey, Deputy Chairperson, African Union Commission
“Kofi Otutu Adu Labi continues to enrich the literature landscape of Ghana with his inimitable and felicitous writing style. I warmly commend the book to the widest readership.” — Albert K. Fiadjoe, FGA, Emeritus Professor of Public Law, Formerly, Dean of the Faculty of Law University of the West Indies, Chairman, Constitution Review Commission, Ghana“In flawless conversational English, the writer takes you through different chapters of his life which he freely shares with his readers. This is a must-read book especially for the younger generation and for the old to reinforce the times they have lived through.” — H E Esther Dzifa Ofori, Ambassador of the Republic of Ghana to Equatorial Guinea and accredited to the Republics of Cameroon and Gabon₵30.00₵30.00Quick View
“This is a gem of a book that every library must have.” — Rev. Fr. Andrew Campbell SVD, Parish Priest, Christ the King Parish
“Kofi Adu Labi has established himself as a gift raconteur giving perspective, ambiance and insight into a potpourri of events, occasions and personalities.” — Andrew Kwabena Asamoah, Former Director and Special Advisor, WHO, Geneva; and Executive Chairman, A&C Development Co. Ltd“Kofi Adu Labi has arguably become the ‘peerless chronicler’ of Ghanaian lives and events. In All Things Bright and Beautiful, he reprises this role. In short, ‘don’t walk, run’ to get your copy and share in the ‘joy of reading’ with Kofi.” — Professor Victor Essien, Retired Professor of Law, Fordham Law School, New York.₵30.00Quick View