Age Range: 3 – 8 years
The King of Katunga is a moral fable for modern times; a fairy-tale story told by a grandmother through the eye of her grandson, Rufus.
Rufus, with his childlike innocence, ‘picks’ a rose for his grandma Jocelyn without paying for it. Grandma Jocelyn, torn between love and the need to reprimand, invokes her inner grandma magic and draws Rufus into the magical land of Katunga. This is a tale of a kingdom… A king and his dilemma and the ultimate test… Who wins? What happens next?
Does Rufus learn his lesson? In the end it is only the virtue of honesty that leads to victory.
This book is a gift of love and passion, straight from the heart of Jenny for all the children and grandchildren of the world.
Age Range: 3 – 8 years
Little Dowa has eaten everything around her including the very eggshell from which she emerges. Her large appetite often causes her to lose every friend she made since she forgets to share but emptied every bowl of food.
Alone and new to her surrounding, she tries to find where she belongs. Dowa soon becomes a target of a sparrow who has thought of her a fuzzy worm. Dowa must learn to survive and fend for herself.
Will Dowa finally be eaten by the sparrow or she will survive the attack? Does Dowa find a solution to her voracious appetite? Will she ever find where she belongs and make friends.
Age Range: 6 – 9 years
Who is Kakai? He comes in the night if children are naughty. No one ever sees him.
This is a simple story which children will find fun to read. The language of the story presents the young reader with a variety of descriptive words and examples of the present, past and future tenses used in everyday conversation.₵14.00
Age Range: 7 – 9 years
Notorious Kwaku Ananse has been active in the galamsey business. He has brought strangers with guns to dig for illegal gold. They are destroying the beautiful environment. The animals of the forest are not happy. Then Sawteeth returns from one of his trips. Will he be able to lead the animals to attack and drive away the galamsey people?₵30.00
Keku is a fun-loving young frog but competitive as well. So, when he hurts himself just before a major hopscotch contest, the race is on to see whether he can recover in time but also be able to beat his fellow contestants!
Suitable for children between 6 and 9 years (Classes 2 to 4)
Ananse thinks he is the wisest of all. When there is no food in the land, he is able to find food for his family. But he keeps the source of the food secret. Why?
What happens when his children discover the secret?