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  • Tando die Tandmuis van/the tooth Mouse of Muizenberg


    Tando the Tooth Mouse of Muizenberg. Written by Sybrandus Adema, with illustrations by well-respected artist, Liza Grobler, is a bilingual children’s book is about the most famous mouse in Africa who is on a massive mission to combat plaque. The book is written in Afrikaans and English

  • Tate Kids Modern Art Activity book – By Jackson and Lambert


    Bring modern art to life for young readers with this art activity book based on 10 major modern and contemporary artworks.

    Suitable for ages 6+

  • Tate wa Jafta – Sepedi


    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,

  • The Elders at the Door (English)


    Early one morning three tired, dirty, hungry elders – Blessing, Wisdom and Love – knock on the door of a family home. The family wishes to invite them in but they can only choose one visitor to enter their home. Which of the three do they pick?

  • Iinkonde Emnyango (The Elders at the Door) -isiXhosa


    Ngenye intseni iinkonde ezintathu ezidiniweyo nezilanbileyo – uNtsikelelo, uBulumko noThando- bankqonkqoza emnyango wolunye usapho. Olu sapho lunqwenela ukubamkela kodwa kufuneka likhethe abemnye kula mandwendwe ukuba angene ekhayeni labo. Ngomphi kwaba bathathu abaza kumkhetha? Eli libali elibaliswayo kwilizwekazi lethu i-Afrika kwaye lelabo bonke abemi beli zwekazi. Nangona isimo sentlalo kunye nabalinganiswa bengabase-Afrika uqobo – ngokwesingqisho sentetho yabo neempahla abazinxibayo – umyalezo wabo ugqithiselwa uluntu jikelele. Le ncwadi yenzelwe bonke abantwana nefemeli iphela. Ngendlela ebhalwe yaze yazotywa kakuhle ngayo, le ncwadi iza kwenza abatwana bafune ukuyifunda okokoko

    Well written and beautifully illustrated, this book will have children wanting to read it over and over again. This story originally appeared in the Sunday Times Storytime: 10 South African Stories for Children in 2014.

  • The Fairytale Princess


    Seven classic fairytales, beautifully illustrated by dramatically lit photographs of sumptuous paper-cut sculptures.

  • The Five of Us


    Angie, Ollie, Simona, Mario, and Eric are five fantastic friends, each of whom has an unusual ability. Disaster strikes on a day in the countryside, but by working together and combining their individual powers, the Fantastic Five save the day.

  • The Great House Hunt


    Mr. and Mrs. Polka-Dot are a young couple ready to settle down. With real estate agent Mr. Weevil, they search for their dream home. In this deliriously funny house-hunting marathon, the Polka-Dots view bizarre options: a moldy mushroom, a snail shell, a cork floating on the river, a crumbling sand castle, a rotten apple, an inhabited burrow, and a “loft-style” broken bottle. Will they ever find a nest? Davide Cali’s humorous story is made all the more hilarious by Marc Boutavant’s quirky characters and detail-filled illustrations that children will pore over again and again

  • The Herd Boy


    This beautiful picture book is about a boy who dares to dream of a big future. It is a story of empowerment, self-belief and leadership, and is inspired by the life of former president Nelson Mandela.

  • The Lion Hunts in the Land of Kachoo


    In the heart of Africa lies the Land of Kachoo, with vast open plains and deep rivers, too. Animals roam freely in their wild domain through forests and grasslands and rocky terrain. Big cats and rhino and Thomson’s gazelle, elephant and zebra – they live here as well.

  • The Lost Christmas Gift


    Seventy years after his father left to be a mapmaker for the war in Europe, Emerson Johansson received a package that had been lost in the mail for decades. The parcel contained a most extraordinary gift: an exquisite book Johansson’s father lovingly made by hand, detailing an unforgettable adventure they shared together just months before…

  • The Lost Horse


    A Bronze horse has gone missing from the city’s art gallery…

  • The Messy Monster Book


    Messy Monster and his friends (Zoe, Felix, Platoo, Doodle Cat and Cutty Cat) are on an adventure. The kind of adventure where there’s lots of thinking, drawing, making, and playing.

  • The Singing Stone (English)


    When Storm holds her stone and sings, everyone in the village stops to listen.

  • The Singing Stone (Xhosa)


    When Storm holds her stone and sings, everyone in the village stops to listen.

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    The Singing Stone (Zulu)


    When Storm holds her stone and sings, everyone in the village stops to listen.