KShs1,300.00 KShs1,200.00
The Tongue Between the Teeth is the story of a pastoralist society caught between its own strong culture and the urban newly independent Kenya. Through Halkano, the unlettered and unforgiving traditionalist, and Ali the face of the new ways of life, the author tells how poverty and the prevailing environment, shapes lives. Like the tongue that must work between the sharp teeth, with all its ensuing dangers, the individual is trapped in the engulfing poverty and the inability to adapt to the new way of life. To survive, he/she must struggle in the new world, that the society did not prepare him/her for, and more often than not, ending in tragedy

Great Human Who Changed the World: St...

Steven (Steve) Jobs, the co-founder of Apple Inc., was born on February 24, 1955, in San Francisco, California. His parents were two University students, Joanne Schieble and Abdulfattah Jandali, who left him for adoption. Steven was adopted by... By Manoj

Project Fairy: Discover a brand new m...

Mab’s mum is obsessed with fairies - she even named Mab after a Fairy Queen! Their flat is full of fairy ornaments, tiny fairy furniture and they’ve even got fairy lights in the bathroom. Mab doesn’t really get it, but she knows that fairies... By Jacqueline Wilson

Begin Again

Filled with a friend group that feels like family, an empowering journey of finding your own way, and a Just Kiss Already! romance, Begin Again is an unforgettable novel of love and starting again. As usual, Andie Rose has a plan: transfer to the... By Emma Lord

No Big Deal

No Big Deal is a fierce and body-positive celebration of friendship, first crushes and loving yourself. No Big Deal is an iconic love song to everyone out there who knows that life isnt one size fits all -Julie Murphy, bestselling author of... By Bethany Rutter