How can I pay for my order?
We accept payments from all major Credit Card companies (Visa, MasterCard, American Express or regular bank account payments), including PayPal.
I made a mistake on my order. Can you help?
We’d love to help! Just send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with your order number, and we’ll reply as soon as we can.
Is Passport Africa magazine available online, print, or both.
Our magazine is available online as a digital magazine. Once you gain access to your account you can enjoy it as a flip book or pdf download.
The magazine is available for bulk orders only at this time. We hope to change that soon. Minimum order quantity, 100 copies. Please send email to email@example.com to get started.
How do I access the magazine?
After completing your purchase, please create an account. You will receive an email notification to activate. (Check promotions folder). Once activated you can now login and access the dashboard which will lead you to the magazine.
What ages is your magazine for?
Our magazine is recommended for kids 8-12.
What ages are your books for?
All books are written and recommended for kids 4-8.
Do you sell bulk print orders for schools, libraries, or nonprofits?
You bet we do! We love to see our books and print magazine option making an impact in your community by being available at schools, libraries, or nonprofits. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to start the conversation!
Where can I find your W9?
Email us at email@example.com and we’ll get that over to you.
Can I purchase the magazine and books as a donation for my local school or library?
Thanks for helping spread our books! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can set you up with a Donor Discount from there.
I’d love to review your magazine or one of your books, who do I talk to?
Just send an email to email@example.com and we'll get the conversation started.
Global Kidz House is a book publishing company specializing in children’s books that celebrate the diversity of Africa and the African diaspora. Stories of Africa and Africans are often told from a place of lack. Yet there are also stories about love and friendship; stories about innovative, creative and ambitious people. Stories that are funny, dramatic, radical and inspiring.
It is our mission to introduce you to all these fantastic worlds, here at Global Kidz House.
Christine Mapondera is the author of Makanaka’s World, a picture book series designed to teach young children about our world cultures, geography, and language in a fun and engaging way. Christine was born in Chinhoyi, Zimbabwe, and now resides in Chicago with her two children.
Her writing was initially inspired by her daughter, as she wrote stories for her in Shona, her native language. Today Christine writes stories that directly address the need for diverse books. She is driven to create books for children that elevate and celebrate the diversity of Africa and the African diaspora.