Nairobi Noir £12.99 Available February 4, 2020.
Nairobi Noir brings together some of Kenya’s most exciting and acclaimed writers, in this celebration of noir writing, played out on the streets of Nairobi.   “Although the range of
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A Bouncy 123 £6.99 Available March 3, 2020.
Join Adanah and her friend Kolade as they go running around their village in this fun 123 adventure book! This colourful picture book set in Nigeria captures the fun of
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Princess Arabella at the Museum £6.99 Available April 7, 2020.
Princess Arabella and her friends go to the museum. There are works of different artists exhibited: some are big and others are small. In some works, you can lose yourself
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A Man Who Is Not A Man £11.99 Available May 19, 2020.
A Man Who Is Not A Man recounts the personal trauma of a young Xhosa initiate after a rite-of-passage circumcision goes wrong. With frankness and courage, this powerful novel details
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In The Palace of Flowers £11.99 Available July 14, 2020.
In The Palace of Flowers is an atmospheric historical novel about Jamīla, an Abyssinian slave, whose fear of being forgotten, of being irrelevant, sets her and Abimelech, a fellow slave and a eunuch, on a path to
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HeLa £8.99 Available October 6, 2020.
Hela introduces young readers to the remarkable story of story of Henrietta Lacks, an African American woman whose cancer cells revolutionised medical science. This book charts Henrietta’s life, from her
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Unbury Our Dead With Song £11.99 Available October 13, 2020.
Unbury our Dead With Song is a novel about four talented Ethiopian musicians - The Diva, The Corporal, the Taliban Man and Miriam, who are competing to see who can
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Making Futures £9.99£16.99
This collection tells the story of an emerging Africa, through the eyes of some of the youngest and most promising African entrepreneurs. Charting the stories of 17 entrepreneurs working in
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Be(com)ing Nigerian: A Guide £9.99
Nigeria Pub Date: 6th February 2019 UK Pub Date: July 2019  “The Nigerian god loves money. Because money answereth all things. You know how Nigeria is, things may be difficult, but
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