The Diddlelumis something that everyone has deep within themselves.Sometimes you feel a noise. It’s not loud. And it’s not scary. It comes from insidesomewhere between your chest and your tummy. Sometimes it makes you strong. Sometimes it makes you want to sing. And sometimes it helps you say “I’m sure” even if you aren’t.
Tumi Letsatsiis a 15-year old living in Rondebosch, Cape Town. Her favourite colour is yellow, she’s still trying to figure out how not to dent her afro on the bus, and how one goes about “french kissing”. She stumbles across the magic of coding and creates an app called “Project Prep” that goes viral and rockets her and her friends to fame. But everything starts soon to fall apart.
Liefie is an incredibly heart-warming and humorous take on a family of otters, who have a surprise child born longafter their siblings! It explores maturity and growing up and understands family relations
A warm and inclusive picture book that celebrates diversity in the world with humour and delight. Children can delight in discovering the incredible animals of the world, different people and cultures, and maybe just learn something about what it means to be kind.
A young girl with an over-active imagination is left confused as to what kind of creature she may be. She tries to her best to discover the answer by recalling the many creatures in storybooks and fairy tales. A clever book investigating complex topics, like identity, diversity, and existentialism.
Lucy hears the world a little differently. She is fascinated by the sounds around her, especially the sound of shoes. One morning, Lucy sneaks into her mother’s cupboard and tries on a pair of stilettos. An unusual day of high-heeled hope leaves Lucy a less certain that she wants to feel grown-up.
written by B. D. Harris & illustrated by Megan Bird Late one night, Sam rolls off her bed and splash! Her entire room has flooded! Not just her room, but the whole house is filling up with water as the world floods outside. Confused and cold, Sam is rescued by a wise, little turtle called Neville, who takes her along the beautiful underwater highway, teaching her the ways of this watery world. Continue reading →
written by Kirsty Paxton & illustrated by Megan Lötter
What if your drawings magically came to life only to have the character turn out to be a rather demanding art critic! In this tale we follow an imaginative child who draws a giraffe out of chalk and is surprised when her creation comes
written & illustrated by Jess Bosworth Smith Grumpy and miserable with his cold winter surroundings, the Straw Giant chases away all the other animals in his field… until the crow arrives and begins to leave the Straw Giant little gifts each morning. A sweet and subtle friendship emerges — but will the crow be able to last the winter? And will the Straw Giant be able to help him?
written & illustrated by Liebet Jooste Liebetland is a wacky world where anything that might be imagined is true. It is a place where strange creatures of all sizes and shapes live amongst wonderful plants and things in colourful landscapes. A world of diversity, adventure, and of making impossible things possible. Unlike most colouring books, this one’s illustrations run onto one another (forming a 6-metre long illustration if you connected all the pages). Paperback / 200 x 200 / 32pp / Imaginary House