• Madam High Heel

    Age Range: 9+ years

    Every knew the mischief and cantankerous behavior of Agyekum at Sir Good Leaf Boys Academy, a school that prides itself for discipline and academic brilliance.

    However, when his deviant behavior becomes anti-social to the point where he causes bodily, harm to the much-liked Ms. Philips, things had to change.

    In comes the new substitute teacher, Ms. Helen Eel and, for once, Agyekum pranks cannot trip her

    One night, the legend of madam high heels hits Sir Goodleaf. The ‘click clacks’ footfalls of the one high heeled, red-gowned ghost appear to scare everyone but Agyekum.

    Will the much-dreaded Madam High Heels be able to reform the stiff-necked Agyekum, or would he meet a grimmer end?


    Madam High Heel

  • Sintim

    Age Range: 9+ years

    Thirst for freedom from oppression motivates four young friends to confront an old tyrant and with the assistance of Nana Domfeh, a mysterious sorcerer figure. The new order finds Sintim the assumed leader of the quartet ascending the throne .However, he immediately loses the throne in a bloody battle and is forced into exile. Will this principled and selfless character regain the throne that he had been ordained by the oracle to occupy?



  • Letters From 2520AD

    Letters from 2520AD is a juxtaposition of important aspects of human life 500 years in the future with life in 2020.  In a simple yet vivid narrative, descriptions of after effects of climate change, technology and economic advancements are told in these open letters from the future.

    Subtle, quirky comedy is laced with serious scientific facts and fiction throughout the book as the contrast naturally exposes ever wider gaps between life in 2020 and 2520.

    Chapters on politics, religion and love have surprising twists in their evolution, with the intent to open deep discussions on the relevance of strong opinions today.

  • The Raven

    When the king of Mahara suffers a fatal death at the hands an evil and cruel goddess, the kingdom of Mahara is suddenly plunged into palpable distress, darkness and mayhem with no hope of salvation or absolution. In the incumbent darkness, a young teen, Raya Nkube of the Rhodesu Clan, wins the heart of the supreme god Omari, due to a selfless act. Raya meets her untimely demise, but in her death she becomes something…on whom the survival of Mahara will depend.

    Meanwhile, on a parallel earth, on his quest to find her wife who had been presumed dead for years, geological engineer Tony Sampah opens up a portal into the space-time continuum. But the moment the portal is opened, something goes wrong…

    The Raven

  • Lightning

    When Nana Akua has a premonition about a boy hit by a car, she leaves Kumasi for Accra with her mother to warn the boy. Unknown to Nana Akua, Amanfo, the boy she is trying to warn, has bigger problems to deal with. Against his will, he is being forced to steal money from banks because of his special ability to walk through walls. Another girl, Awura Esi, blind, but possessing an ability to see despite her blindness, is trying to help set Amanfo free from the people who are making him steal. Nana Akua and Awura Esi’s paths cross. They join forces to help set Amanfo free. In the process, they discover a truth that is as revealing as it is shocking. This book teaches that family love always finds a way to create togetherness again.

    2015 Second Place CODE Burt Award for Ghanian Young Adult Literature. The CODE Burt Award is a literary award and readership initiative that recognizes excellence in young adult literature and provides young readers with engaging books that they want to read.


  • The Waiting

    A largely allegorical exploration of the loneliness of an existence based on an alien world-view, Martin Egblewogbe’s The Waiting is a collection rooted in metropolitan Ghana, but its primary territory is the human mind. Juxtaposing his training as a physicist against his curiosity about local myth, he creates a universe that’s both entertaining and erudite. In A Photograph of K & S, Smiling, a completely self-obsessed man, returned home after his father’s death, attempts to explain away his unremarkable life based on one perceived slight from his youth; in The Gonjon Pin (title story for the 2014 Caine Prize anthology) a genius working on a program to predict lottery numbers is stumped by the appearance of an intruder’s disembodied genitals on the wall of his computer engine room; The Making, Rain and Back to the Halls explore futility in different ways, while Atta explores life after death – a theme that reoccurs in a much bleaker guise in The Crwoling Caterpillar. Often Kafkaesque in its isolation of characters and a pervading sense of powerlessness, The Waiting nevertheless maintains a constant hum of humour, nowhere more so than in The Going Down of Pastor Mintumi – in which a pastor who has discovered the pleasures of the flesh late in life overindulges with hilarious consequences. The title story, The Waiting, is judgement day in a twisted mind, filled with the kinds of questions that haunt a life on earth, which, ultimately, is the quest of all art.

    The Waiting

  • Tintin and Alph-Art (Tintin #24)

    The classic graphic novel. The unfinished final adventure of Tintin featuring Herge’s black-and-white sketches. Opera singer Bianca Castafiore has a guru: Endaddine Akass is handing his advice out to everyone, but Tintin doesn’t buy it-especially when he realizes that Akass might be connected to the death of the owner of an art gallery, who had been on his way to see Tintin when he died.
  • Dork Diaries: Spectacular Superstar (Dork Diaries #14)

    Age Range: 9 – 13 years

    Nikki Maxwell, Queen of the Dorks, is back in the fourteenth instalment of the NYT bestselling series!

    Nikki Maxwell and her bandmates are looking forward to an awesome time on tour as the opening act for the world-famous Bad Boyz! The only downside? Nikki’s frenemy, Mackenzie Hollister has weaseled her way onto the tour as a social media guru…..

    Nikki is determined to stay out of Mackenzie’s way to avoid any drama, but then she learns that Mackenzie is going to be her roommate! TOTAL DISASTER! Will Nikki survive her dream tour as it quickly goes from AWESOME to AWFUL?

  • Theodore Boone: The Abduction (Theodore Boone #2)

    Age Range: 8 – 12 years

    Theodore Boone is back in a new adventure, and the stakes are higher than ever.

    When his best friend, April, disappears from her bedroom in the middle of the night, no one, not even Theo Boone-who knows April better than anyone-has answers.

    As fear ripples through his small hometown and the police hit dead ends, it’s up to Theo to use his legal knowledge and investigative skills to chase down the truth and save April.


  • Olivia

    Age Range: 8 years and above

    Having his dream of becoming an athlete shattered, Mr. Essel is determined to have Olivia pursue a career that wouldn’t taint his family’s name.

    Olivia –young, adventurous and headstrong, is convinced that life is worth nothing without fulfilling her passion.

    Unfortunately, her desire to prove a point by following her dream hits a feverish pitch. Still hopeful, how will she come out of the sinking-sand she finds herself in?


  • A Tough Call

    Age Range: 8 years and above
    Just like other girls in her village, Aba is sent to the big city to work as a maid, equipped with just basic literacy skills. Though overworked and sometimes maltreated, she goes about her duties without complaint. Can any good come out from her ordeal?

    A Tough Call

  • Theodore Boone 6-Book Box Set (Theodore Boone)

    Age Range: 8 – 12 years

    A brand new box set feature the first six books in the bestselling Theodore Boone series from the master of the modern legal thriller, John Grisham

    Join Theo’s adventures from the beginning in this deluxe box set collection of the first six Theodore Boone books: Kid Lawyer, The Abduction, The Accused, The Activist, The Fugitive, and The Scandal.

    Brimming with the intrigue and suspense that made John Grisham a #1 international bestseller and undisputed master of the modern legal thriller, Theodore Boone’s trials and triumphs will keep readers hooked unitl the very last page.

    “Gripping . . . everyone will be enthralled by Theodore Boone.” —Scholastic News

    “Classic Grisham.” —Los Angeles Times

    “Edge-of-your-seat drama, sophisticated plotting, and plenty of spunk.” —Chicago Sun-Times


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