Showing 1–16 of 236 results

  • Die Veewagtertjie (written in Afrikaans)

    R100

    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.

  • Modisana (writtten in Sestswana)

    R100

    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.

  • Mošemane wa Modiša (Written in Sepidi)

    R100

    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.

  • My Favorite Animal Families

    R150

    Entertaining and lively texts by children’s author David Henry Wilson accompany the entries and explain anything and everything of interest: why hippo families like to wallow in mud, what noises baby giraffes make, and why you should always look at a zebra’s ears.

  • Nyambura Ulinde Ibhasi (Written in IsiXhosa)

    R120

    Nyambura is going to visit her Gogo! She arrives at the bustling market place to find that she is last in the queue and that the bus has not yet arrived. While she waits for the bus, Nyambura remembers the fun things that she and her Gogo have done together. Meanwhile, the queue of people is getting shorter and shorter because of disaster that strikes each of the waiting passengers. Will Nyambura’s generous spirit help them to get on the bus in time?

  • Thank you Jackson (IsiXhosa)

    R100

    Jackson the donkey works very hard, carrying loads of mealies, carrots and potatoes up the hill to the market every week, from the little farm where he lives with the farmer, his wife Beauty and his son Goodwill. But one day Jackson just stops halfway up the hill.

  • The Happy Prince

    R150

    ‘One night a swallow arrived in the city. He was on his way to Egypt to meet his friends, but he decided to rest on the feet of the statue. The swallow was very happy with his golden perch. But as he drifted off to sleep, a large drop of water fell on him. This was odd, because the night sky was clear and warm. Then another drop fell on him. When the third drop fell, the swallow wondered if he should find a new place to sleep. Then he looked up…’

  • Out of stock

    Everything is Mine

    R300

    Marcello von Cauliflower Bonaparte Jackson is a kind, clever and very loyal dog. Unfortunately, there is one problem. He believes that absolutely everything is his.

    A slipper? It’s his. Pork chops from Leo’s dinner plate? It is absolutely his. An entire park? Oh that’s his, too.

  • Out of stock

    Count on Me

    R300

    Some people see the beauty of the world through art. Some people see the beauty of the world through music. Our heroine sees the beauty of the world through… maths?

    A young girl sees the world differently in this beautiful book celebrating individuality and numbers, written and illustrated by Spanish author Miguel Tanco.

    A book that encourages children to explore their own worldviews, solve problems and enjoy life, Count on Me encourages young readers to find their own passions.

  • Like a Giant

    R300

    A giant, a child, a trip: three classic elements of a story. And though this adventure will last only a day, it will change its two heroes forever.

    A beautiful story of dream-like adventure, Like a Giant uses stunning illustrations to encourage children to use their imaginations, and take the time to appreciate what’s around them.

  • The Little Girl Who Was Afraid of Everything

    R300

    A touching story about friendship, discovery and overcoming your fears, The Little Girl Who Was Afraid of Everything Gently and sensitively encourages children to face their fears and help others. It broaches the subject of anxiety and fear kindly, without making the child feel bad about themselves, giving them the tools to start tackling their own fears.

  • The Museum of Me (paperback)

    R175

    Brimming with anticipation, our young protagonist encounters giant bugs and peculiar beasts; ancient pots and contemporary paintings; feathery leaves and flowers as big as her own head! Marvelling at objects old, new, out-of-doors and from outer space, she soon realises that her favourite museum of all is waiting for her at home: the Museum of Me!

  • The Ride

    R375

    A wonderfully humorous story, with brilliant illustrations and lots to spot throughout. In pages packed with bright colours, Karsten’s quirky characters will delight children aged 3+.

  • 10 Times 10

    R220

    How many ways can you count to 10? With numbers, fingers, paints? How about with racing cars or with a fairy tale? In fact, you can do it almost any way you like!

  • Out of stock

    100 Facts: Cats & Kittens

    R110

    Take a closer look at the secretive lives of your favorite felines

  • Out of stock

    100 Facts: Exploring Space

    R110

    Launch deep into space and take a close-up look at other worlds in the Solar System