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    All the colours i see

    R350
  • Arabella – The moon and the magic mongongo nut

    R180

    Arabella is a typical eleven year old girl growing up in the suburbs of Johannesburg: she loves her family and friends, hates homework, and spends her summer days dreaming in the garden. Then her father dies, and it seems that Arabella will never know happiness or magic again. Khanyi the mealie lady and her little monkey Zuzi reintroduce Arabella to the world of magic and a tribe of magical creatures who live in her garden when they give Arabella a magic mongongo nut that has the power to change the world. But when Arabella encounters the enchanted Book of Echoes and it convinces her that it could help her change the past, Arabella is drawn into a fearsome battle over the magic mongongo nut. Torn between the forces of good and evil, is Arabella brave and strong enough to save the world from the evil King Ozymandias and his troop of hadedas?

  • Doodle Town

    R220

    In Doodle Town, everyone and everything is a drawing! Children can transform the world with just a pencil and an idea in this wonderfully whimsical activity book that lets them discover how much fun drawing and doodling can be. Budding artists will revel in the opportunity to bend reality with their doodles–create designs for a fantastical fleet of cards, for gravity-defying hairstyles, and release scribble clouds into the sky (who knows what kind of rain a scribble makes?!), and play mix-and-match with Doodle Town dog owners. Packed with more than 60 drawing activities, and including large flaps with removable stencil sheets, Doodle Town is an entertaining and empowering introduction to imaginative drawing.

  • Frankfurt (Hardback)

    R200

    Pierre and Frankfurt have lived happily together in their top-floor apartment since the first day they met. Frankfurt is the most refined little dog you can imagine. He drinks tea without the slightest slurp, he never gobbles his food, and he arranges his toys and scarves according to size and color. But there is one thing that really upsets Frankfurt—his name! How could anyone ever take a wiener dog seriously with a name like that? But with Pierre’s help, Frankfurt might just have a plan . . .

  • 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.

  • Hippu

    R150

    In this delightful story, a mouse named Hippu invites a homeless dog named Heppu to share the simple pleasures of everyday life. Hippu and Heppu—and some friendly mice—shop, eat, go for a walk, take baths, and go for a ride in the car! With its bold, graphic colors and cutout shapes, Hippu feels as fresh and contemporary today as it did on first publication in 1967. Written and illustrated by one of Finland’s most cherished artists and translated here for the first time in English, Hippu is destined to become a worldwide classic at last.

  • How to put a whale in a suitcase

    R200

    What happens if you suddenly have to leave your home and put everything you love into one suitcase? How do you begin to fit everything in? As the boy in the book tries to squeeze his whale into a suitcase, it becomes clear that the whale symbolizes something much larger.

  • 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.

  • Leonardo da Vinci coloring book

    R220

    Big art for little hands, this enchanting activity book allows young artists to explore the world of Leonardo Da Vinci’s masterpieces on their own terms and with plenty of space to color outside the lines.

  • Lucy’s Dream (Paperback)

    R100

    It is in the 1960’s and Lucy lives in a little seaside village called Simon’s Town. Lucy’s father is a fisherman and her mother is a washerwoman. Her best friend is Amiena, whose grandfather is a tailor. Lucy is a chatterbox, but they all love Lucy and tirelessly listen to stories about her dream. Then a man in a black suit arrives and everything changes …

  • Madame Sonia Dleaunay

    R300

    There is an artistic adventure waiting for you inside this book! Keep your eyes peeled for dancing circles, slithering snakes, and a smiling crocodile. Madame Sonia Delaunay will show you the way…

  • Mpumi’s Magic Beads (IsiZulu)

    R110

    uMpumi nabangani bakhe Bathola umlingo osezinweleni zakhe Bese usuku lwesikole oluqala lungolujwayelekile eGoli Ngokuphazima kweso luba olunokuhlabahlosile okwenzeka yonke indawo!

  • Outfoxed (Hardcopy)

    R220

    Harold is unlike any other fox. He hates the thought of eating chicken, for one thing, and he wants to be a detective when he grows up. When Harold’s father challenge him to catch his first chicken, Harold finds himself faced with a dilemma – and his very own mystery to solve.

  • Outfoxed (Softback)

    R150

    Harold is unlike any other fox. He hates the thought of eating chicken, for one thing, and he wants to be a detective when he grows up. When Harold’s father challenge him to catch his first chicken, Harold finds himself faced with a dilemma – and his very own mystery to solve.

  • Skin we are in (Afrikaans)

    R130

    Afrikaans 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. Magona has written a story of five friends as they explore and discuss the skin they are in. The scientific narrative, written by Jablonski, expands and supports the conversation topics generated by the children’s adventure.