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Africa For Smart Kids Book 1 – Let’s Talk About Africa

This is the first of the Africa for smart kids series. It is written in a conversational format for three teenage characters, one female and two males, two from the diaspora and one continental and mosquito Zangalo. They are out to discover and explore Africa as questions and find answers.  This is the perfect read for groups and the perfect piece for role play, at home, school or even in boardrooms. We make learning about Africa exciting and fun.

Africa for smart kids book 4- Made in Africa

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Have you ever invented something in your life before? How much fun did you have fun inventing it? Did you know that Africa has about twelve car manufacturers in 8 African countries? Did you also know that Africans are also aeroplanes? In this book, 4, Nguisse, Atabong, Prince Fuareke and Mosquito Zangalo will show you the innovative and creative Africa every smart kid should know. You will be surprised how talented, ambitious and inspiring young people are in Africa today! Enjoy, be inspired and please share with everyone you love and remember to ask your questions and find your answers.

Africa for smart kids book 5- What is colonisation?

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What is colonisation? Who were the colonialists? And how many were they? Why did they colonise Africa? What is a colony, and what is an empire? How long did colonisation last in Africa? Why did Africans need their independence back? Do you know who fought for the liberation of Africans from the colonialists? Join Nguisse, Atabong, Prince Fuareke and Mosquito Zangalo in this book 5 and find out the answers to the above questions and much more. Enjoy, and please share with your loved ones and remember always to ask your questions and find your answers.

Let’s talk about Africa’s Noble Prize Winners

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Discover the remarkable achievements of Africa's Nobel Prize Winners in this captivating book. With only 5 of the 25 winners being women, this book sheds light on the incredible contributions that these women and men have made to their respective fields. Thirteen of the Nobel Prize winners were awarded for their tireless work towards peace, inspiring readers to strive towards a more harmonious world. The book lists all the Nobel Prize winners, their home countries, and the categories in which they excelled, making it a must-read for anyone interested in African history and culture. Engage your mind with stimulating exercises at the end of the book, and take pride in your rich African heritage!