Age 7 -11 years
In book one, new girl Darrell is two terms behind her classmates and feels out of place and alone.
Soon, however, Darrell makes friends as well as enemies as they induct new students, win and lose sporting matches and play tricks on teachers.
Expect drama at Malory Towers!₵40.00₵40.00Quick View
Age 7 -11 years
Enter a world of excitement and adventure and let your imagination run wild with The Famous Five. From the discovery of a shipwreck off Kirrin Island to a dramatic escape on horseback, from a towering lighthouse embedded in rock to a secluded campsite out on the moors, experience the iconic scenes and places from the best-loved series, featuring Julian, Dick, Anne, George and, of course, Timmy the dog!
This gorgeous colouring book contains original artwork from all twenty-one Famous Five stories. It also includes intricate patterns inspired by the series and quotes from these timeless stories.₵40.00Quick View
Age 7 -11 years
School’s out! So go on a picnic, visit the seaside or throw coconuts at the fair in this enchanting collection of stories perfect for summer holidays.
Enid Blyton has been delighting readers for more than seventy years with her endless summers of magic, fun and adventure. Enid’s best-loved characters include Noddy the wooden boy, Timmy the dog from The Famous Five and the mischievous twins Pat and Isabel O’Sullivan from the much-loved boarding school series St Clare’s!₵40.00₵40.00Quick View
Age 7 -11 yearsHere is a wonderful selection to read and share. From Santa Claus and his helpers to a family putting up their tree, the characters in these stories embrace the Christmas spirit. There is mystery and magic, laughter and mischief, the joy of shared times and plenty of delicious food – many of the ingredients which have been delighting Enid Blyton’s readers for more than seventy years₵40.00Quick View
Age 7 -11 years
Norm knew it was going to be one of those days when he woke up and found himself about to pee in his mum’s wardrobe…
No change there then. Well, except that last time it was his dad’s wardrobe. Apart from that, though, it’s the same old same old, over and over again. No one understands him. Everything’s unfair. Blah, blah, flipping blah. You’d think Norm’s thirteenth birthday might cheer him up, right? WRONG!
But even the worst nightmares have to end sooner or later, don’t they? FINGERS FLIPPING CROSSED!!!₵40.00Quick View
Age 7 -11 years
Norm knew it was going to be one of those days when he was woken by the sound of an elephant breaking wind in the next room…
Not the best start to a day, but it’s about to get a whole lot worse. As if a trip to see his perfect cousins isn’t bad enough, they’ve only gone and got the brand new Call Of Mortal Battle! Not that Norm could play anyway what with being banned off Xbox due to a curious incident of a stinky dog at bath time.
Business as usual? ABSO-FLIPPING-LUTELY!!!₵40.00Quick View
Harvard Business Review on Inspiring & Executing Innovation (Harvard Business Review Paperback Series)
Fresh ideas can mean big profits–but only if they make it to market and sell.
If you need the best practices and ideas for creating and delivering new products and services–but don’t have time to find them–this book is for you. Here are 10 inspiring and useful perspectives, all in one place.
This collection of HBR articles will help you:
– Decide which ideas are worth pursuing
– Adapt offerings from the developing world to wealthy markets
– Plan all-new ventures by testing and tweaking
– Tailor your efforts to meet customers’ most pressing needs
– Make inexpensive products on a vast scale
– Measure and improve innovation performance
– Avoid classic pitfalls such as stifling innovation with rigid processes₵80.00Quick View
Harvard Business Review on Inspiring & Executing Innovation (Harvard Business Review Paperback Series)₵80.00
Haiku as a genre is less known on the Ghanaian literary landscape. Against this background, the publication of Haiku Rhapsodies (verses from Ghana) by Celestine Nudanu is very timely and historic. Haiku Rhapsodies explores a field where no Ghanaian poet has ever published in hard print. Hence Celestine Nudanu’s work distinguishes her as a trailblazer among her contemporaries. And, most notably, Haiku Rhapsodies comes in at the opportune time to answer the world call for Haiku to be added to UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage.
Haiku Rhapsodies is a finely structured book arranged under the following themes; Afriku, Nature, Haiku My Heart, the Divine and Death. Through these themes, Celestine Nudanu succeeds in transporting the reader into her world by creating animated, serene and yet powerful scenes. At the same time, the poet draws the reader into the complex yet fascinating phenomena of what life is all about; Love, Death, Spirituality and Life itself. The beauty lies in her skill of brevity as a haiku poet. She writes with elegance, using few words which like magic are enchanting, leaving the reader exhilarated and wanting more.₵20.00Quick View
Age Range: 8 – 12 years
Due to her deep affection for her heartthrob, Olasunmbo, charming Awelewa shuns the advances of other rich men, including the lustful King Borokini.
Seeing the young couple content and happy, King Borokini devises several plots against them till he finally kills Awelewa. Many years later, fate catches up with the King as he meets his waterloo.₵12.00₵12.00Quick View
Age Range: 4 – 7 years
Tunde has a parrot which he is very fond of. The parrot repeats everything he and his friends say. Tunde loves the company of his parrot so much he almost prefers it to people.
Tunde has witnessed the marking of his friend’s birthday at school and he wants his own birthday to be celebrated as promised by his father.₵12.00Quick View
Age Range: 13 – 16 years
Maiden is an account of a young, dogged girl, who refuses to be married off at a tender age to a man old enough to be her father and a polygamist to boot. She runs away from home into an uncertain future where she struggles to restore the dignity of womanhood. Her dreams eventually come true.₵12.00₵12.00Quick View
Even though the enstoolment of Chief Butta as the chief of Susuka brought a lot of controversies, the youth had confidence in him because they believed that he would be able to reform all the bad customs and practices in the town. For these and other reasons, the youth took it upon themselves to provide the royal family with foodstuff, clothes, shelter and other necessities of life. After some months, the royal family was however compelled to engage in farming in order to avoid disgrace after the youth had stopped to provide them with their needs since they did not witness any reforms.
The story also reveals how the chief fisherman of Susuka and a hunter planned to kidnap Prince Lokus, Chief Butta’s only son and send him to the Evil Island.
Find out what happens after the prince is kidnapped.₵12.00₵12.00Quick View