Why do bad things happen to good people? In the aftermath of her older sister’s death, Gyikua Ampofo loses faith in everything she ever believed in—God, a mother’s love, school and friends. But then she meets Chidi Anukwe and as their friendship grows, she learns to trust again.₵25.00₵25.00Quick View
Dramatic and Haunting…this is the story of the consuming bravery of a man over whose love for a woman falls the shadow of imminent disaster.
It is set in the Second World War in shattered Gold Coast (now Ghana) where husbands torn from their wives and children found themselves in places undreamt of only a few months before. Amid the gaiety and clatter of Army life, the man and woman play out dramas with perilous intensity to the final moment of disaster.
Filled with brilliance and fascination.₵25.00₵25.00Quick View
To what extent should a man go in order to get justice?
The answer is this novel in which Robert Kofi Hihetah tells the story of a man who was thrown into prison for an act for which everyone thought justice was miscarried.
What happened to his two wives he left behind, the sensational love of a young man and woman and the efforts of his friends to secure his release form the theme of the story.₵25.00₵25.00Quick View
This is a story of corruption, cheating, and power, maladministration and nepotism in high places; the story of a Managing Director of a public corporation who, in search of a young woman to entertain him, upsets the whole administration and turns discipline in the public corporation to satisfy her.
It was first a show of wealth-spending from public funds. It led from over strained expectations via disappointed hopes then missed its destination leading to the hard realization that the young woman for whom he sacrificed his work did not love him.
All the experiences are new and in the midst of corruption, maladministration, and cheating, she fights to get out of them and away from the woman who seeks to ruin her future-rare narrative power and authentic detail.₵25.00₵25.00Quick View
This is the story of an adventure, power, love and a desire for wealth.
The story of a young village man in pursuit of happiness in a city uncertain in character.
Asante had a very promising life as a city dweller selling essential items in small kiosks by the way side. When he decides it is time to marry, he abandons the trade in search of a ‘better life’.
The story unfolds and the events that follow reveal the challenges of city life and travelling.₵25.00₵25.00Quick View
The Adaex Living Youth Series are story books by some prize-winning novelists. You will find people in these stories who you recognise. Many of these people are your age and live the kind of life you live or would like to live. They are lured by the kind of things you long for and the experiences which you enjoy t oo.
Hellen Ntale, a secondary schoolgirl, is enchanted by the riches and pleasures of this world. Though she has all the chances to escape from the tyranny of materialism that presents itself under deceitful guises, she refuses to listen to the promptings of her conscience. She succumbs, encouraged by her best friend who puts her firmly on the road to the easy pleasures that lead her to an unexpected end.₵25.00₵25.00Quick View
Take a peek into the secret diary of the smart, sassy but somewhat unpredictable Serwa Akoto, as she seeks to blend her Ghanaian heritage and her Canadian lifestyle…without giving up either one. Can this self-proclaimed ‘Goddess of Fine’ truly have it all?₵30.00₵30.00Quick 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
Age Range: 8 – 12 years
Join Emily Sparkes for laugh-out-loud observations about life, parents and how to handle the grossest boys in the universe! Perfect for fans of Cathy Cassidy and Dork Diaries, the first Emily book has been shortlisted for the Scholastic Laugh Out Loud Book Award (The Lollies).₵35.00Quick View