A London-based photographer offers images of traditional life and culture in her Nigerian homeland.
An informative picture book celebrates the diversity of the 53 nations that make up the continent today.
Follow Riley as he joins his uncle Max, a world-renowned biologist, his aunt Martha, and his cousin Alice, on an incredible South African safari.
Riley goes loopy for lemurs as his reality-based exploits take him to the mysterious island of Madagascar in search of the elusive aye-aye!
This brilliant photo-essay vividly depicts African village life, while the simple, endearing story uses a favorite holiday to gently point out the differences — and similarities — between cultures.
Explains traditions and customs of 26 African tribes beginning with letters from A to Z.
Drawing on images and characters from traditional African myths, legends, and folklore, this colorful anthology features three short stories and three poems from Kenya.
A day in the life of a young South African boy.
Illustrated with colour photographs.
A charming, original adventure story about losing a first tooth while visiting family in Mali.
Told in the first-person, this charming photographic book shows young readers the pleasures that await in other countries and cultures.
The book “Jock of the Bushveld” was written by Sir Percy Fitzpatrick in 1905, for his young children, and tell the story of his dog “Jock” and their adventures in South Africa some 20 years before.
Illustrated in full color. From Angola to Zanzibar, this treasury is as varied and bountiful as Africa itself! Nearly 50 illustrations vibrantly reflect the spirit of these read-aloud delights, while a map of Africa, story source information, and a personal note from the author make this a rich volume for folk-tale lovers of all ages.