• Grandma’s List

    Winner of the Golden Baobab prize, Grandma’s List is a hardcover book for children aged 5+.

    Fatima is determined to save the day. She wants to help Grandma with her to-do list so that everyone will realize that she is a big girl now! But the errands don’t go exactly as expected…Fatima, what have you done?

  • Ananse and the Pot of Wisdom

    Age Range: 6 – 10 years

    Ananse Stories are timeless Ghanaian folklore. They contain moral gems which help with character formation. The elderly tell Ananse stories to teach moral virtues to the young ones. They are children’s favourites.

    In Ananse and the Pot of Wisdom, the ubiquitous Ananse sets out to execute one of his cunning schemes and will pay dearly for being such a pain to the whole village. This is the second of a series of Ghanaian folklore retold with the expertise of a master story-teller for Smartline Publishing.

  • Ananse and the Food Pot

    Age Range: 6 – 10 years

    Ananse Stories are timeless Ghanaian folklore. They contain moral gems which help with character formation. The elderly tell Ananse stories to teach moral virtues to the young ones. They are children’s favourites.

    In Ananse and the Food Pot, the ubiquitous Ananse sets out to execute one of his cunning schemes and will pay dearly for being such a pain to the whole village. This is the second of a series of Ghanaian folklore retold with the expertise of a master story-teller for Smartline Publishing.

  • Birthday Zoo

    This book is designed to help children learn to read and count in a way that is also fun.

    It introduces them to a selection of animals, and familiarises them with their characteristics and habitats, all in a family setting. At the same time, the book introduces children to counting, from 1 to 10.

    Not every child can have all of these wonderful animals as birthday presents, but at least they can flip through these pages and experience what it might be like to have…a Birthday Zoo!

    Birthday Zoo

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  • The Boabab Tree of Salaga

    Dauda, a twelve-year old boy lives in a village north of Salaga with his parents. He often helps his father, who is a blacksmith, at the forge. He also grazes their sheep and goats.

    One night, slave raiders captured everyone from his village. Dauda gets separated from his parents. He is taken to Salaga where he is chained to a big baobab tree before he is later sold off. From Salaga, he, together with many others are marched to the coast and made to board a ship to the Americas to be sold as slaves.

    Two hundred years later, a stranger visits the same baobab tree at Salaga…who is this stranger?

  • The Bold New Normal: Creating The Africa Where Everyone Prospers

    Have you ever wondered what it will take to transform each African country into a prosperous nation where each citizen has a real opportunity to thrive? Africa’s narrative has been shaped by a vision of the future that remains bleak. A vision that says a little more is okay for the African. It is time to challenge and change our paradigm of what great outcomes look like for an African country.

    It is time for The Bold New Normal of an Africa where citizens of each country genuinely have the opportunity to prosper.

    The formula for sustainable prosperity has been tried and tested world over. Why then do we continue to hope that a different method, that has thus far failed the continent, will create sustainable prosperity?

    The Bold New Normal is a timely publication that coincides with the 400th anniversary of the start of slavery: the year of return. 400 years since the unraveling of African began, it is time to piece her back together and focus forward. It is surely the time for The Bold New Normal!

  • Escalator

    Age Range: 6 – 10 years

    “Daddy, what are those?”
    “Those are escalators. They’re much faster than the stairs.”
    “WOW!”

    Meet Opoku, a bold and daring young boy who goes on an adventure on the escalators at the newly-opened Accra Mall. This funny story will definitely leave you entertained.

    Escalator

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  • A Saint in Brown Sandals

    Eleven-year old Rabi thinks it would be wonderful to be like her classmate Maybelline – rich, pretty and popular with everyone in school. As her school’s big event on television draws closer, Rabi realises she has only one chance to be a star. Where she will shine best? Will it be if she follows in Maybelline’s dainty footsteps? Or will it be if she dares to run along as herself?

  • Uncle Spider’s First Law

    Age Range: 7 – 9 years (class 3 and 4)

    Gongonkrom is a small, prosperous and beautiful town with all the good things needed to make a town happy to live in. A leadership crises set to disturb the peaceful aura in the town.

    Suddenly, things start to change and this brought about the vote of a new order. The excitement about the forthcoming election is ruined by a scandal.

  • Flashcards: Asante Twi Phonics (100 cards)

    This is a special product for the development of reading skills in Asante Twi language. It can be applied for both synthetic and analytical phonics as well as other learning activities like spellings.

    It comes with all graphemes of the Asante Twi alphabet and letter blends along with their corresponding examples. Each letter has a number of corresponding words (based on the first letter), each representing an application of the sound of the particular grapheme. It also comes with numbers in Asante Twi.

    The pictures and words have been carefully selected to make the learning experience pleasurable and induce diversity in the words.

  • Mr Bempong’s House

    Age Range: 6 – 10 years

    Who could have built such an imposing mansion? And was it true that behind the high walls lived a scary old man who had no tolerance for children? Oh, the Bimpongs caused such a stir when they moved onto Nim Tree Road!

    Far too often, people let their imaginations run away with them. In Mr. Bempong’s House, Adwoa Badoe encourages children to find things out for themselves rather than swallow hearsay wholesale.

    Follow Kojo through the great steel gates of the ‘White House’ and find out why.

  • Lami’s Nightmare

    The life of fourteen-year-old Lami changes when she takes part in a dancing competition organised by the chief of her village. Now her dreams seem to be crumbling before her very eyes, threatened by an impending marriage to a very wealthy man from the next village.

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