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  • A Gold Star for Faizel

    R120

    A gentle story about a Muslim boy who speaks Afrikaaps. Joan Rankin’s whimsical illustrations portray a boy for whom kindness, understanding and forgiveness is what matters most. Unforgettable!

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    Girl’s Don’t Do That

    R140

    “Your hair is so short you look just like a boy. And you play soccer with them,” said one girl.
    “Girls don’t do that.” Thembi smiled.
    “Didn’t you hear what we said? You play soccer. Girls don’t do that.”
    “Yes, I heard you.”
    She smiled again and walked past the girls. She went straight to the sports field to play soccer.In this courageous and inspiring book, Thembi Kgatlana tells the story of her beginnings in the tough streets of Mohlakeng. She always had the talent and a dream to play soccer for South Africa but she was told that ‘Girls Don’t Do That’. This is the story of her hard work, her determination and of her bravery. Read her story to find out how she came to play for Banyana Banyana and was named the greatest player on the African continent.

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    Girl’s Don’t Do That (IsiZulu)

    R140

    “Your hair is so short you look just like a boy. And you play soccer with them,” said one girl.
    “Girls don’t do that.” Thembi smiled.
    “Didn’t you hear what we said? You play soccer. Girls don’t do that.”
    “Yes, I heard you.”
    She smiled again and walked past the girls. She went straight to the sports field to play soccer.In this courageous and inspiring book, Thembi Kgatlana tells the story of her beginnings in the tough streets of Mohlakeng. She always had the talent and a dream to play soccer for South Africa but she was told that ‘Girls Don’t Do That’. This is the story of her hard work, her determination and of her bravery. Read her story to find out how she came to play for Banyana Banyana and was named the greatest player on the African continent.

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

    R140

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

  • Nala Sings

    R130

    Singing was Nala’s favourite thing to do. Sadly, though, she was not allowed to sing while she was beside the river.

  • Nala Sings (IsiZulu)

    R130

    Singing was Nala’s favourite thing to do. Sadly, though, she was not allowed to sing while she was beside the river.

  • Shudu Finds Her Magic

    R100

    Read how Shudu overcomes her sadness and her challenges, and grows into a girl, and then an adult, who has learned to love herself!

  • Shudu Finds Her Magic (IsiZulu)

    R100

    Read how Shudu overcomes her sadness and her challenges, and grows into a girl, and then an adult, who has learned to love herself!

  • The Joy Dancer

    R130

    Gregory isn’t keen on soccer, but he loves to dance and jive and feel the energy and rhythm in the music that is all around him.
    Dancing brings him joy – and an adventure more dazzling than he could ever have dreamed.

  • The Joy Dancer (IsiZulu)

    R130

    Gregory isn’t keen on soccer, but he loves to dance and jive and feel the energy and rhythm in the music that is all around him.
    Dancing brings him joy – and an adventure more dazzling than he could ever have dreamed.

  • Wanda

    R145

    Meet Wanda with her beautiful head of hair. She is brave and strong, but she’s unhappy because of the endless teasing by the boys at school.

  • Wanda (Isizulu)

    R145

    Meet Wanda with her beautiful head of hair. She is brave and strong, but she’s unhappy because of the endless teasing by the boys at school.

  • Wanda the Brave

    R145

    Bold and zesty, Wanda The Brave is a celebration of girl power, and a reminder that courage and friendship is a mighty force!

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    Zoya and Naru: An African Journey of a Boy and an Elephant

    R350

    This is an African story of a boy and a baby elephant, and their unexpected friendship as they journey to reunite Zoya with his elephant herd. The baby elephant is guided by the intrepid boy and a growing coterie of animals.

    A tender, often amusing, take on the age-old African story of nature and humankind existing together in mutual respect. Their conversations are filled with beautiful African proverbs and life lessons that raise awareness of the plight of Elephants and the need to protect them.