Lost at the Beach


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Suitable for upper primary pupils and children between 9 and 11 years

Curiosity lead three children into an unforgettable adventure. Atsu, his twin sister Atsupui and their close friend Akoto venture to an abandoned beach to search for a dead whale which had been washed onto the beach. Not only do they get lost but they soon discover that they were not the only ones in search of the whale. How do they escape from these dangerous strangers and also find their way home?

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Weight 0.350 kg




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Edmund Opare (Illustrator)

Edmund Opare is one of the most renowned and experienced illustrators in Ghana. With a degree in Graphic Design from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology he has spent his entire life as a full time illustrator. He has worked with a lot of reputable organisations as a freelance illustrator in Ghana and parts of West Africa. He lives in Accra with his family and enjoys painting with watercolour.

Pearl Esenam Dumenu

Pearl Esenam Dumenu is a writer and lives with her family in Ghana. She is also a project manager by profession with an MBA from the University of Wales. She loves to read, enjoys nature and travel and expects to write many more books for young people.

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