An African Wildlife Adventure in Poems and Paintings: Join us on this virtual book tour for Can You Spot the Leopard? An African Safari by Karen B. Winnick.
Can You Spot the Leopard? is a perfect book for any animal lover regardless of age and would make an excellent companion to a classroom unit on African animals.
Join us on this virtual book tour for Oi Gets Lost by Lorna Likiza! Oi’s adventure is sure to delight children and cat-lovers alike.
Noted anthropologist and educator Dr. Johnetta Betsch Cole and award-winning illustrator Nelda La Teef talk about African Proverbs for All Ages.
Christmas Arrives at Lajwahe is a distinctive book that provides readers with an interesting take on a well-known holiday.
Neema’s Reason to Smile is the story of Neema, a young Kenyan girl who dreams of one day being able to afford to go to school.
Melanie Crowder is a ceramist, painter, and sculptor who received her MFA in writing for children and young adults from…
Shana Burg is the author of A Thousand Never Evers (Random House, 2008) and Laugh with the Moon (Random House, 2012). In a starred review, Publishers Weekly wrote, “Gripping. Delivers an emotional wallop.” Kirkus Reviews calls Laugh with the Moon “A vivid work of art.”
This is a rich and vibrant treat for children and adults, alike. Counting books are in abundance, rightly so, however, this book stands alone due to it’s unique cultural experience and photographs which depict incredulous happiness in an area that is often portrayed with negativity.Energy spills from the pages.