The African Narrative w/L.M Daini

The African Narrative w/L.M Daini

A few months ago I felt compelled to have live conversations with fellow African creators, and hence “The African Narrative” series was born. The show has since evolved to include  discussions with publishers, bookstore owners, literacy advocates, teachers and...
Five Questions with Anil Tortop

Five Questions with Anil Tortop

Five Questions With Anil Tortop   This week, Anil Tortop, answered some questions we had about her illustrating process. Anil Tortop illustrates children’s books and also works as an animator and character/concept designer, but has been called away from this...
Six Questions with Aminata Jalloh

Six Questions with Aminata Jalloh

Today we’re sharing a chat with one of our valued team members, who is the lead writer for our upcoming digital newsletter, Passport Africa. Aminata Jalloh is the author of The Biggest Little Brother and blogger behind the page Readers Inspired. Growing up as a Sierra...
For immediate release.

For immediate release.

Independent Author Christine Mapondera-Talley Looks to Disrupt Publishing with the Launch of Global Kidz House Global Kidz House will celebrate the diversity of Africa and Africans through storytelling. Chicago, IL  —  September 15, 2020 — Christine Mapondera-Talley...
Flamingo! Flamingo! A paper craft.

Flamingo! Flamingo! A paper craft.

One cannot go wrong with paper crafts, especially when there’s glue, scissors and feathers involved. Kids are generally drawn to birds, especially ones as visually striking as the flamingo. There is one species of flamingos known and the “lesser flamingo,” native to...