This book reflects the thoughts of K. A. Busia, Ghana’s first university professor and prime minister of the 2nd Republic. It consists of extracts from his writings as a scholar, politician and statesman.
The book deals with issues regarding democracy, the rule of law, good governance, our common humanity, knowledge and
education, among others.
It is a requisite companion for academics, politicians, the clergy, traditional rulers, historians, researchers, students and all those who subscribe to the tenets of democracy.₵30.00Quick View
James Hadley Chase was an English writer. While his birth name was René Lodge Brabazon Raymond, he was well known by his various pseudonyms, including James Hadley Chase, James L. Docherty, Raymond Marshall, R. Raymond, and Ambrose Grant. He was one of the best known thriller writers of all time.₵10.00₵10.00Quick View
Age Range: 8 – 12 years
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The latest book in the Wimpy Kids Series!
Get ready for a whole new look into Jeff Kinney’s Diary of a Wimpy Kid! Introducing the newest Wimpy Kid author—Rowley Jefferson! Rowley’s best friend Greg Heffley has been chronicling his middle-school years in thirteen Diary of a Wimpy Kid journals . . . and counting. But it’s finally time for readers to hear directly from Rowley in a journal of his own. In Diary of an Awesome Friendly Kid, Rowley writes about his experiences and agrees to play the role of biographer for Greg along the way. (After all, one day Greg will be rich and famous, and everyone will want to know his life’s story.) But Rowley is a poor choice for the job, and his “biography” of Greg is a hilarious mess. Diary of an Awesome Friendly Kid: Rowley Jefferson’s Journal offers readers a new way to look at the Wimpy world—one fans won’t want to miss!₵60.00Quick View
James Hadley Chase was an English writer. While his birth name was René Lodge Brabazon Raymond, he was well known by his various pseudonyms, including James Hadley Chase, James L. Docherty, Raymond Marshall, R. Raymond, and Ambrose Grant. He was one of the best known thriller writers of all time.
James Hadley Chase wrote over 226 books. GHS10 per book on Booknook.
Ananse, the trickster, has a problem…
He is very very clever. In fact, he’s the best trickster of all. But, not enough people know this. Now that, is a problem.
The solution is clear to him—he must own all the stories in the world! But how?₵5.00Quick View
My Mom Is A What? Jazmeen, a sophomore in high school finds out her mom is a secret spy, and she has to relocate to a new state almost immediately. Leaving her friends behind, and finding out about this secret throws Jazmeen for a loop. Jazmeen decides to give her new home and school (a spy academy) in California a chance. All is going well in the beautiful state of California, until Jazmeen and her new friends find themselves kidnapped by the Annihilator, and have to come together to save the Academy. How far will Jazmeen and her friends go to save the Academy?₵40.00Quick View
Motherhood 101: A memoir of my experience as a newlywed juggling pregnancy/motherhood, marriage, work and a social life
If babies could talk, they would say their mother was God.
One of the miracles of the human story is positively the nurturing capabilities of mothers. Beyond carrying that pregnancy for nine months and eventually bringing it forth, mothers go through a whole complex regimen every day to sustain the fledgling human life while taking care of themselves and their home. No wonder some allude mystical powers to the process of childbirth.
But whether supernatural or superwoman, motherhood is an amazing passage that has kept mankind populating Planet Earth. And when one woman steps out to catalogue her own moments of indescribable joy and heart-wrenching pain, the result is this wonderful gift of a book.
Amma Agyeman-Prempeh’s work is based on a selfless narrative of the most intimate encounters of motherhood set in a cosmopolitan environment. In the midst of all the juggling, the triumphant twins of love and courage rise and rise.₵60.00Quick View
Motherhood 101: A memoir of my experience as a newlywed juggling pregnancy/motherhood, marriage, work and a social life₵60.00
I Spoke for Freedom: History and Politics of the Ghana Press is a rich tapestry of perspectives on media practice and democracy; government- press relations; press freedom, ethics and responsibility; the role of media regulatory bodies and media associations; media and society; public relations; the law and press, governance issues for the private and public media and many related issues that have defined the evolution and development of the Ghana media.₵50.00Quick View
This book looks at various professions in the world from the oldest profession — prostitution — to others such as journalists, lawyers, politicians, and many others, their strengths and weaknesses and their contribution to society.₵40.00Quick View