Police Friends and the Troubled Children is the second of the Children’s Safety Series by J.B. Pokoo-Aikins. It is made up of African stories that provide entertainment as well as safety guidelines that can help children to stay safe.
This book tells about the lessons and experiences of four children who were on their journey to a village for the first time. The children enjoyed their stay with Grandma Akos who appeared funny but offered advice on healthy lifestyle and clean environment.
Suitable for children at the basic level.₵12.00Quick View
Written in a flowing and beautiful creative style, full of suspense, surprises and thrills, The Bloody Ingrate is both entertaining and thought-provoking — an engrossing educative novel.
The Bloody Ingrate explores the world of a promising high school teenage girl — an only child of her parents — whose great dreams, visions, aspirations and ambitions of achieving her aims in life and making her parents proud got thwarted and got marred due to a wrong and blind choice she made in school.₵10.00₵10.00Quick View
Only now, with freedom, can Jack Mapanje speak of his harrowing ordeal in Mikuyu Prison, where ‘desperate voices of fractured souls’ clamour to be heard. In poems of uncommon power and unflinching description Mapanje condemns a brutal regime. Yet in these poems Mapanje also affirms the enduring love of family and friends and the spirit of his fellow detainees. Today, living in England, he celebrates the hope kept alive by those who fight for human rights.₵35.00Quick View
The work presented in this book is an attempt at a comprehensive statement of the natural history of the sickle cell disease patient and is based upon more than 1500 consecutive patients personally observed and followed up by the author for more than five years. Comments and discussions are, however, based on experience acquired from active supervision of a total of over 3,000 sickle cell disease patients in Ghana between 1965 and 1977, giving a rough experience value of close to 30,000 patient-years.
Sickle cell disease is defined and the various genotypes and phenotypes comprising the disease are clarified. More than 70 years of actively expanding literature has been reviewed, including new information on the molecular pathology and pathophysiology of these haemoglobinopathies. The epidemiology of sickle cell disease, together with a catalogue of clinical features and complications, as witnessed by the author in Accra, have, with the aid of computers, been stated in quantitative terms.
The work shows that sickle cell disease is a problem of great magnitude, deserving of national and international attention. An approach to treatment is given, with greater emphasis on patient management than is usual, paying attention to aggravating factors such as infections within poor socio-economic conditions and stressing the importance of genetic counselling and family planning for patients.₵250.00₵250.00Quick View
Age Range: 4+
These six workbooks are intended for pre-school children. They have been designed to help them apply their practical and oral skills to more concrete written work.
The books are graded in difficulty to provide a gradual introduction to a variety of concepts, and give opportunities for children to reinforce and develop skills and understanding.
They include activities designed to stretch the more able child.
A variety of essential pre-reading and early mathematical skills are covered, including:
- left-to-right coordination
- colour recognition
- shape recognition
- number recognition
- number writing practice
The exercises are fun to do, whilst providing a firm foundation in essential pre-school concepts, and should prove to be a firm favourite with children, parents and teachers.₵5.00₵5.00Quick View
“Explosive.”—The Washington Post
“Devastating.”—The New Yorker
THE INSIDE STORY ON PRESIDENT TRUMP, AS ONLY BOB WOODWARD CAN TELL IT
With authoritative reporting honed through eight presidencies from Nixon to Obama, author Bob Woodward reveals in unprecedented detail the harrowing life inside President Donald Trump’s White House and precisely how he makes decisions on major foreign and domestic policies. Woodward draws from hundreds of hours of interviews with firsthand sources, meeting notes, personal diaries, files and documents. The focus is on the explosive debates and the decision-making in the Oval Office, the Situation Room, Air Force One and the White House residence.
Fear is the most intimate portrait of a sitting president ever published during the president’s first years in office.₵160.00Quick View
Age 7 -11 years
Norm knew it was going to be one of those days when he got out of bed and trod in something he shouldn’t have…
What with overdue homework, overdue pocket money and a bag full of overdue newspapers, one thing’s for sure: life for Norm isn’t getting any less unfair. And did he mention the fact that he’s the only kid on the planet without an iPad?
ABSO-FLIPPING-LUTELY RIGHT HE DID!₵40.00Quick View
Age 7 -11 years
Norm knew it was going to be one of those days when he got blamed for global warming. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg…
It seems like the whole world has gone mad. His dad’s obsessed with gas, his best friend has come down with a case of hormones and his brother is in dire need of deodorant. Looks like there’s going to be quite a stink.
Is life still unfair for Norm? ABSO-FLIPPING-LUTELY!₵40.00Quick View
Age 7 -11 years
Norm knew it was going to be one of those days when he was grounded before he’d even got up…
But that’s what happens when you run up a phone bill the size of a flipping bus. The trouble is Norm has no idea how it happened! All he knows is that he has to somehow pay it off if he’s to go biking with Mikey. Even if that does mean going into business with the world’s most annoying next door neighbour…₵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 in 18th century France…
If only he hadn’t fallen asleep in History! And if only he’d done his punishment exercise! And if only he could go biking instead of playing stupid football! Except Norm can’t go biking. Why not? BECAUSE HIS BIKE’S BEEN STOLEN, THAT’S WHY! Nightmare? It’s worse than that… IT’S AN ABSO-FLIPPING-LUTE DISASTER!
Age 7 -11 yearsHilarious, full-length activity book dedicated to the World of Norm! Packed with quizzes, games, doodles, fun facts and lots more. You’d be abso-flipping-lutely mad to miss out…₵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 dad’s wardrobe.
Why on earth did Norm’s family have to move, anyway? In their old house he’d never tried to pee in anything other than a toilet. And when Norm is in bed, he’s kept awake by his dad snoring like a constipated rhinoceros!
Will life ever get less unfair for Norm?₵40.00Quick View