The Princess and the Pea
by Rachel Isadora
When a prince sets out to find a princess, he soon discovers it is not so simple. There is no shortage of princesses, but how can he tell whether they are what they claim to be? Then one night, there comes a knock on the palace gate - and the prince's life is never the same again.
Bringing the Rain to Kapiti Plain by Verna Aardema
When a terrible drought hits the beautiful Kapiti Plain and the animals leave, young herd boy Ki-pat must find a way to end the drought and save the wildlife on the plain. A delightful rhyming story full of bright and vivid illustrations.
by Eileen Browne
Handa decides to take seven pieces of fruit to her friend, Akeyo, who lives in the neighbouring village. But as Handa wonders which fruit Akeyo will like best, a series of sneaky animals steal a piece from Handa's basket. When Handa reaches Akeyo, will she have anything left to offer her friend?
Lila and the Secret of Rain
by David Conway
For months the sun has shone down on Lila's Kenyan village. Without rain the well will run dry and the crops will fail. Lila is so worried that when her grandfather whispers to her the secret of rain, she decides to go and talk to the sky herself.
Mama Panya's Pancakes
by Richard Chamberlin
Mama Panya is alarmed when her son Adika invites all of their friends to come over for pancakes. However will she feed them all? This clever and heart-warming story about village life teaches children the benefits of sharing as well as introducing simple Swahili phrases.
by Steven Davies
All aboard! Help count on bikes, sacks of rice and even chickens as the bus travels all the way to the city of Bobo. With the authentic setting in Burkina Faso drawn from the author's own experience, this is a wonderfully fun introduction for small children to an amazing culture.
We're Going on a Lion Hunt
by David Axtell
Through the long grass, the swamp and the lake, two girls decide to go and hunt a lion - they're not scared! We're Going on a Lion Hunt is an African retelling of the classic story. Full of magnificent animals, this fun and engaging rhythmical story is perfect for little adventurers everywhere!
by Miranda Paul
The inspiring true story of how one African woman began a movement to recycle the plastic bags that were polluting her community. An excellent resource for discussing environmental issues, the power of one individual, or life in Africa.
One Day on Our Blue Planet: In The Savannah by Ella Bailey
A new series of children's books focused on the way our young animal friends spend a day begins with a curious lion cub. This little lion can't help chasing trouble and fun as he explores the little corner of that big blue planet he shares with us.
Every morning a large and snappy crocodile shouts this selfish message: 'Stay away from my river! If you come in my river, I'll eat you all!' One day, the animals are woken by a groaning crocodile in a lot of pain. Can the smallest of them all, a little mouse, finds a way to solve their snappy dilemma?
We All Went on Safari
by Laurie Krebs
Join Arusha, Mosi and Tumpe as they set out on a counting journey through the grasslands of Tanzania. The lively, rhyming text is accompanied by an illustrated guide to counting in Swahili, a map, notes about each of the animals they see, and interesting facts about Tanzania and the Maasai people.