Fati and the Old Man

Age Range: 5 – 7 years

Who is chasing Fati? This time round little Fati is in trouble with an old man she caught stealing pito. The old man says he did not take the pito but Fati DID see him take pito that was not his…! Who is speaking the truth? Find out in this new Fati episode.

Fati and the Old Man is sequel to the first book Fati and the Honey Tree and is based on the real life adventures of a young girl growing up in northern Ghana. It has been adapted for print by the Osu Library Fund, an organisation which promotes literacy in Ghana.

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Fati and the Green Snake

Age Range: 5 – 7 years

Fati’s adventures send her looking for firewood on the farm. As she looks for pieces of firewood, Fati’s attention moves to the other things around her and she sees a beautiful green leaf, touches it and… uh! It did not feel like a leaf. It was a green snake.

Fati and the Green Snake is in the Fati series, and is based on the real life adventures of a young girl growing up in northern Ghana. It has been adapted for print by the Osu Library Fund, an organisation which promotes literacy in Ghana.

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Fati and the Soup Pot

Age Range: 5 – 7 years

Fati has always been a fast runner, and she proves this once again at her school’s sports festival. When she returns home she helps her mother prepare Okro soup. The soup smells delicious, and Fati is tempted.

Fati and the Soup Pot is the fourth book in the Fati series, and is based on the real life adventures of a young girl growing up in northern Ghana. It has been adapted for print by the Osu Library Fund, an organisation which promotes literacy in Ghana.

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Fati and the Honey Tree

Age Range: 5 – 7 years

Every day is a new beginning for Fati, a little girl who tries very hard to do as she is told. In this story, Fati finds that climbing trees can lead to trouble.

Fati and the Honey Tree and is based on the real life adventures of a young girl growing up in northern Ghana. It has been adapted for print by the Osu Library Fund, an organisation which promotes literacy in Ghana.

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