A curated collection of free learning resources!
Everyone goes to Malawi
Will anyone stay behind with the young writer of this story? (Story and illustrations created at a June 2019 holiday workshop, facilitated by Sophiatown Community Psychological Services, in Johannesburg).
Sister, Sister, Where Does the Sun Go at Night?
Little Brother’s inquisitive mind is always full of questions for Big Sister. He knows Big Sister has all the answers, because she is always reading one big fat book or another. In this book, Little Brother wonders where the sun goes at night. Does he just go to sleep after a long day at work, or does he sink down into the ocean deep to make it daylight for the mermaids who frolic there?
Sringeri Srinivas Learns to Laugh
Sringeri Srinivas was tearing his hair in anger in Annual Haircut Day. He came up with a great idea in Too Many Bananas. In Too Much Noise, he found peace. In this book, the crazy but lovable, long-haired farmer becomes very, very angry again.
Foolish husband and wife
This husband and wife were perfectly matched in their stupidity! (The story was created at a story development workshop in Adama in May 2018, with the help of Janet Lee and funded by a grant from the International Library Cultural Exchange Interest Group of the Colorado Association of Libraries).
The King of Mkolokolo
The King of Mkolokolo offers his crown to anyone who can capture the snake that is tormenting his village. Mighty villagers from across the land take on the challenge. But what happens when a small girl asks for her turn?
This is How My Face Glows….
A little girl discovers the many beautiful things in nature that glow – including herself!
Whose House is This?
This book for early readers tells the story of a curious child who shares his house with many animals — from a cow in the shed to a bird on the roof.
Bhabho the Buffalo
Bhabho the Buffalo had beautiful horns. One day, her horns got wet in the rain. Dirt blew in her direction and stuck to her wet horns. The next day, a bird flying by dropped a seed that fell on Bhabho’s horn. Soon the seed sprouted into a tree. What will Bhabho do with a tree growing on her horns?
Colours of Nature
An eminent artist plays with the colours of nature. A lovely offering for early readers.