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  • How to Draw a Chicken


    Drawing a chicken is easy … isn’t it? Follow Jean-Vincent’s attempts to draw a chicken as he has to contend with runaway beaks, sleeping eggs and peckish chickens. The entertaining characters and witty text in this book will charm readers of all ages and will encourage children to draw with humour and imagination.

  • I am Alex


    Today is my birthday and I’m having a party. My friends are coming, but everyone is welcome!

  • In the Darkness of the Night


    With striking illustrations and a beautiful rhyming text, this book takes the reader through the sounds that a young child hears whilst curled up in bed waiting to fall asleep.

  • Inspector Brunswick: The Case of the Missing Eyebrow


    After a long week of investigating crimes, the world’s greatest cat detective, Inspector Brunswick, and his loyal assistant, Nelson, are visiting the art museum. They’ve barely arrived when Brunswick’s whiskers tingle with curiosity. The art museum’s prized portrait of the Admiral somehow looks different!

    Clever conclusions and sophisticated solutions ensue as Brunswick and Nelson track down the missing item, discovering in the process a caterpillar with a fondness for art.

  • Jafta – Sepedi


    Meet Jafta, a little boy living in an African village sharing the universal joys and sorrows of childhood. Jafta was born after prize-winning author, Hugh Lewin, was released from prison after a seven-year sentence for his opposition to apartheid. With exquisite poignancy, he describes the life of separation Jafta experiences growing up without his father….

  • Jafta’s Father


    Afrikaans, English, isiZulu, isiXhosa, Sepedi, seSotho, Setswana

    Jafta’s father is coming home. He has been away for a very long time, but things are changing in his country and now he can return. Jafta will be able to tell him about all the things that he has missed, and Jafta’s father will answer questions that no one else can answer. There’ll be a homecoming party bigger than Nomsa’s wedding. Because Jafta’s father is coming home at last.

  • Jafta’s Mother


    “When I get tired, I like lazing in the sun like a lizard, or wallowing warm like a hippo, and feeling cuddly like a lamb.” Jafta, a young boy growing up in Africa, describes some of his everyday feelings by comparing his actions to those of various African animals. The book is filled with rich…

  • Jill & Dragon


    A stunning debut from an award-winning illustrator, Jill and Dragon introduces a feisty, independent-minded new character in Jill, and reminds us that everyone has a talent, however well hidden.

  • Jill and Lion


    In this exciting follow-up to Jill and Dragon, feisty Jill and her loyal companion Dog are back and ready for another adventure.



    Bring the magic and charm of the wild to your table! From the enchanting series of Kachoo comes this gorgeous crockery set featuring the beloved paintings of artist Frans Groenewald. The perfect children’s gift for any occasion, this collection is guaranteed to delight any and all young Kachoo adventurers. Collect all 6 titles.  

  • Letotoba


    Letotoba is a collection of 33 new poems that focuses on different themes namely; spiritual, relationships (love), politics, youth (June 16), inspiration and motivation.

  • London Calls: Hardcover


    Taking in all the major sights and sounds of the British capital, London Calls zooms past parks and palaces, monuments and museums at a pace that readers of all ages will find exhilarating.

  • Maggie,Mango and Scottie :An Adventure in Africa


    In a luscious, vibrant picture book, young listeners can hear of how Maggie, a beautifully-dressed doll, Mango, a careful bear, and Scottie, a Scottie with shades, all go off for a day in “Deepest Africa”.

  • Make Art With Your Hands And Feet


    Make art with your hands and feet! reinterprets the classic body-based drawing project for young children. Children can trace around their hands, fingers, and thumbs to complete 32 different pictures on the page, as well as making hand- and finger-prints with paint

  • Me and You – a book of opposites


    Me and You uses opposites to narrate the activities of a young child, from playtime in the park to cuddling up ready for bed.

  • Meet the Artist: Pre-Raphaelites


    Step into the magical world of the Pre-Raphaelites. Learn about the literature, mythology, poetry and culture that inspired this radical group of artists, creating your own works of art along the way.