Looking through Shapes
Children explore shapes that we can find all around us, both in rural and urban areas. You can ask your child several questions when looking at the pictures: Which shape do you see? How many shapes do you see? What is your favourite shape?
Runako and Tino
Two Great Friends is a book for you and your child to read together. It is about true friendship, love and acceptance of a child with albinism who is also like any other child.
My Village Life
My Village Life shows the rich beauty of rural life: a large, extended family, storytelling, food, friends and the animals.
My Baby Sister
A New Baby Sister is about a toddler who is experiencing difficulties when his mother is expecting a new baby.
Musa’s Fruit Party
Musa’s Fruit Party is a book about love, celebration and friendship in the life of a little boy.
Let’s Share - This no words, picture book aims is to improve the visual literacy of the children and help them to connect the pictures to tell a story.
I miss my Mama
I Miss My Mama is a book that helps support young children who have lost someone they love very much.
I Love to Read
Children can read even when they are herding cattle; or they can read even when they are getting a haircut at the barber
I am Rudo
I am Rudo is a book about a young girl whose name is Rudo. Rudo means love in Shona, one of the indigenous languages in Zimbabwe.
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