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  • 10 – Marion Bataille

    R220

    A sensationally attractive package (chunky and substantial, with a bright red slipcase and cover) sets the stage for an inventive exploration of counting?from one to ten and back again, simultaneously. As the reader turns the pages, one becomes two and then three, as ten becomes nine and then eight. The numbers unfold and transform with breathtaking ingenuity. 10 is a beautiful book that belongs in all design and gift departments.

  • A is for Artist an alphabet

    R150
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    Alice, Curiouser and Curiouser

    R875

    Williams, Alice: Curiouser and Curiouser goes on to explore how Lewis Carroll’s celebrated Alice books have fuelled creative minds for over 150 Years. This unique publication takes us on a journey whose scope ranges from art, literature, theatre and film through science and technology to fashion and politics, encouraging us to ask whether we should all try to be more like Alice.

  • Arabella – The secret king and the amulet from Timbuktu

    R180

    Arabella (nearly twelve years old) lives a normal, happy life in Parkview, Johannesburg. But then her father dies, suddenly, of cancer. Not long after this Arabella receives a magic mongongo nut from Khanyi, the mielie seller, and her pet monkey and this sets a fantastical chain of events into motion: Arabella discovers that, planted in the garden, the nut grows into a tree which can only be seen by moonlight and on which grows a magic fruit. When Ukhozi, the eagle, crash lands in Arabella’s bedroom one night, he tells her what she needs to do keep her world in balance. Hadedas, led by Ozymandias, “the most evil bird in the sky”, has taken the magic mongongo nut and Arabella has to recapture it. A well-crafted magical adventure with many touches of enjoyable light humour. Arabella is a normal girl, who gains courage and self-knowledge through the magic events, and eventually chooses Right against Wrong.

  • Fairy Tales for Forward Thinkers or Modern Classics

    R135

    1 of 12 classic editions, The Tale of Squirrel Nutkin is the tale of a naughty squirrel who loses his tail.

  • Foreti

    R110

    While the other field mice work to gather grain and nuts for winter, Frederick sits on a sunny rock by himself. “I gather sun rays for the cold dark winter days,” he tells them. Another day he gathers “colors,” and then “words.” And when the food runs out, it is Frederick, the dreamer and poet,…

  • Frederick – IsiXhosa

    R110

    International best-selling children?s classic reprinted after 49 years. Winter is coming, and all the mice are gathering food … except for Frederick. The mice are not happy with Frederick who seems to daydream and doesn?t help them enough. But as it becomes cold, and food gets scarce, the mice gather together around Frederick, whose stories warm their hearts and spirits.

  • Frederick (IsiZulu)

    R110

    Winter is coming, and all the mice are gathering food … except for Frederick. The mice are not happy with Frederick who seems to daydream and doesn’t help them enough. But as it becomes cold, and food gets scarce, the mice gather together around Frederick, whose stories warm their hearts and spirits.

  • Frederick (Sesotho)

    R110

    Winter is coming, and all the mice are gathering food … except for Frederick. The mice are not happy with Frederick who seems to daydream and doesn’t help them enough. But as it becomes cold, and food gets scarce, the mice gather together around Frederick, whose stories warm their hearts and spirits.

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    Hector

    R175

    On June 16, 1976, Hector Pieterson, an ordinary boy, lost his life after getting caught up in what was supposed to be a peaceful protest.

  • Hector (IsiZulu)

    R175

    On June 16, 1976, Hector Pieterson, an ordinary boy, lost his life after getting caught up in what was supposed to be a peaceful protest.

  • Henry Tate

    R265

    This is the story of Henry Tate, the man who loved paintings so much he filled a big gallery with them for everyone to enjoy.

  • I am Shudu: Finding my Voice, Knowing my Strength

    R140

    “Your voice matters.
    You just have to be yourself.”
    Shudufhadzo Musida

  • Iqanda Elingu Mmangaliso (An Extraordinary Egg) isiXhosa

    R110

    In An Extraordinary Egg by Leo Lionni, three frog friends find an egg that they are sure belongs to a chicken. However, when the egg hatches a little alligator emerges. Since the frogs don’t know the difference, they continue to call the baby alligator a chicken.

  • Kantiga Finds The Perfect Name (Paperback)

    R150

    Kantiga Finds the Perfect Name is a beautiful tale, infused with some magic that reimagines a popular African folklore for the modern child. There was once a beautiful little girl with a heart as big as her name, Kantiga. But Kantiga did not like her name. Hearing this, her Gogo tells her a magical family tale inspired by the folklore of the magical cracked clay pot. The magical clay pot is appears to be useless because it is cracked and broken, yet we learn how this flaw that makes it more than perfect. Follow this beautiful tale, full of colour and folklore, as Kantiga tries to find the perfect name and on the journey learns a bit more about who she is and where she is from.

  • Letlalo Leo Re Leng Ka Ho Lona (Skin we are in) – Sotho, Northern, Paperback

    R130

    Sesotho version.

    One of South Africa’s best-selling authors, Sindiwe Magona, has teamed up with well-known American anthropologist, Nina G. Jablonski, and award-winning illustrator Lynn Fellman to create a much-needed book about race and skin colour – for children