The Lost Royal Treasure
Book 2 of the Koku, Kakra, and Panyin series
When Koku and Kakra agree to accompany Kakra's uncle, Prof. Kumah and his rather delicate daughter, Yaa Asantewaa, on an archaeological expedition, the two young friends are unaware of the dangers that lie ahead of them.
Whatever will the children do when they are lured into the mountain containing the Lost Royal Treasure of Bepowase, and trapped by Boss, the evil head of a galamsey syndicate.
When the Shackles Fall
Book 3 of the Koku, Kakra, and Panyin series
Koku and his friends, Kakra and Panyin, spend a few days with his aunt in Keta and become involved in another dangerous adventure.
On a deserted island, they ran into Tutsi, a brave young girl who has run away from her village, to escape an arranged marriage to the priest of a trokosi shrine.
Join Koku and his friends as they rescue his aunt and sisters from the poachers and find a way to keep Tutsi from a life of servitude.
Those Who Wait
Book 1 of the Patience Enyonam Afi Acolatse series
Patience Acolatse is not amused when she learns that her ex-cousin, Rowena Quarshie, whom she hasn't spoken to in six years is going to move in with her family, share her room and attend her school.
However, Patience has a big heart and she is prepared to befriend Rowena once again and pick up their friendship from where they left off.
What she isn't prepared for is for her entire life to be turned upside down and inside out when Rowena gangs up with a group of girls and makes her life miserable.
What does Patience do when she runs out of patience?
Yayra Amenyo's life is no longer perfect and these are the reasons why:
1. She killed her father.
2. Her mother acts like everything is normal when it isn't.
3. Her boyfriend is on "a break" with her.
4. She looks like a freak.
5. She's moved to a town far from anyone she knows.
6. She has to repeat Form Two in SHS.
Could her life get any worse? Will she ever get her life to be as perfect as it once was?
Amerley is not your average teenager—well, she does love books and fashion and her boyfriend, Nikoi, but that is where the similarity ends.
She's become a mother and a father to her three younger sisters, not that she minds because family means everything to Amerley.
When financial constraints make her relocate to a plush neighbourhood in East Legon, she puts her own dreams aside in order to be a maid to make her family's life better.
But how far should her self-sacrifice go? Doesn't her own life matter? Will she always put her family first even when it puts her own life at risk?
Everyone knows stepmothers are bad, wicked and just plain evil. Buerki Puplampu cannot believe that her widowed father is getting remarried when her mother has not even been dead for long!
She just knows that Naadu Nartey is wrong for her father. It isn't even because Naadu is bigger than a hippo or because she laughs like a cow or has hair on her face and chest like a cavewoman. She just knows.
Some people call that feeling intuition, some call it superstition, some even say it's a gift. Call it what you want but Buerki's gut feelings have never failed her.
She vows to do everything in her power to save her younger brother and herself from the fate she knows is awaiting them. They will not be maltreated or abused by this new woman. She will make sure of it.
To Kiss A Girl
What this book is not:
This book is not an instruction manual on how to kiss a girl. If that‛s the reason you picked this book up, please put it down now and move on to your next book.
What this book is:
This book is about how a teenage girl deals with death and dying.
Why do bad things happen to good people?
In the aftermath of her older sister’s death, Gyikua Ampofo loses faith in everything she ever believed in—God, a mother’s love, school and friends.
But then she meets Chidi Anukwe and as their friendship grows, she learns to trust again.
Whatever It Takes
The story of Nayram Agbezudor, a girl who wants to stand as head prefect in an elite mixed secondary school, which has a history of only male head prefects.
Tani has only wish and that is to go to school but because of the cleft in her lip, she is not allowed into the school compound.
This book was written for the Ghana Cleft Foundation to help educate children with cleft lips and palates about their condition and to reduce the stigma associated with the condition.
To get copies of the book, or to find out more about the Ghana Cleft Foundation, or to sponsor cleft surgery for a child, please click on the link below.
Thank you for your support.
A Blast to the Past
Book 1 of the Trotro Trio series
Travel and See
When siblings Akosua and Kojo, along with their cousin Gifty, discover an antique medallion in a
mysterious, abandoned trotro, they suddenly find themselves in an ancient West African kingdom that
looks and feels oddly familiar.
The kids have no idea how they ended up in the past, they just know they need to get home before it’s
Join the Trotro Trio on their first adventure as they travel back in time to the reign of King Agorkoli to
witness and experience the daring Ewe escape from the walled city of Notsie.
Girl on Fire
Twin siblings, Atsu and Atsufi, have only one dream: to play for the Ghana U-17 National Football Team.
By a stroke of luck, they have a shot at their dream when their team qualifies for the Abedi Pele Junior Football Tournament but all hell breaks loose when it is discovered that Atsufi is the only girl in the tournament.
Even When Your Voice Shakes
A young woman speaks out against her wealthy abuser in this riveting YA novel from one of Ghana’s most celebrated children’s book authors.
When Amerley is offered a job working for one of her mother’s old school friends, she knows she has to accept. Her wages will feed her family, help her sisters stay in school, and ensure that her mother won’t have to worry about them. Amerley’s move to Accra isn’t easy, but she soon settles into her new life away from her small village—until she is raped by the son of her employer. Torn between keeping quiet to keep her job and speaking up for herself and for justice, Amerley must decide how to live her truth, and the impact of her choice will be felt through her entire community.
Through the life of an ordinary girl from a small country village, Even When Your Voice Shakes exposes the damage wrought by institutionalized misogyny and poverty and reveals how even those who are most disadvantaged are never without their own power.
On the Inside
Book 2 of the Patience Enyonam Afi Acolatse series
Though Patience Acolatse did not want to stand for the position of class prefect, she finds that leading her mates is not as difficult as she thought. Or is it?
Just when she thought she had everything under control, all the things that could go wrong, do go wrong.
Why should it be so hard to stand for what is right?