• The yNBA

    The yNBA is a commentary on law practice in Lagos that is anchored on its very relatable characters and very real stories. It tells of the oppression that pervades the legal profession and captures the very familiar conflict between old and new.

    The yNBA

  • We Free the Stars | Hafsah Faizal

    Lush and striking, hopeful and devastating, We Free the Stars is the masterful conclusion to the Sands of Arawiya duology by New York Times–bestselling author Hafsah Faizal

  • Mma Made

    Mma loves shoes and wants to make shoes too. She decides to learn shoemaking, reading about it and watching videos online with her mum’s computer. Mma’s new hobby is just in time for the school handcraft fair.
    Will the Fair spur Mma on or will she keep her new skill to herself? Let’s find out in this children’s picture book with themes of creativity and resourcefulness!.

    Mma Made

  • The Book Thief | Markus Zusak

    In superbly crafted writing that burns with intensity, award-winning author Markus Zusak has given us one of the most enduring stories of our time – The Book Thief.


    Ramla is a book about an 8 -year- old- girl who got hit by life. It got so worst that the parents lost all hope of sending her to school, but in the face of these challenges, she never mention the wrong words. She was so optimistic and this made the environment bring about her desire. Though, she failed in a scholarship that she chosen for, in the end the scholarship was opened to more students which now made her one of the winners and the youngest among the 3 chosen.

    Ramla teaches children about Confidence, Speaking the right Words, believing in oneself, no matter what the outcome in the environment is saying.


  • The Da Vinci Code

    Murder in the silent, late-night halls of the Louvre reveals a sinister plot to uncover a secret that has been protected by a clandestine society since the days of Christ. The victim is a high-ranking agent of this ancient society who, in the moments before his death, manages to leave gruesome clues at the scene that only his cryptographer daughter and her symbologist friend can untangle. The duo becomes both suspects and detectives searching not only for the murderer but also the stunning secret he was charged to protect.

    The Da Vinci Code

  • The Sheep-pig

    ‘Why can’t I learn to be a Sheep-Pig?’

    When Babe, the little orphaned piglet, is won at a fair by Farmer Hogget, he is adopted by Fly, the kind-hearted sheep-dog. Babe is determined to learn everything he can from Fly. He knows he can’t be a sheep-dog. But maybe, just maybe, he might be a sheep-pig.

    The Sheep-pig

  • American Royals

    Crazy Rich Asians meets The Crown in this completely addictive modern-day royal romance.

    The Washingtons have ruled America for almost 250 years.

    They’re gorgeous, fiercely famous and the beating heart of the most glorious royal court in the world.

    But behind the glittering ballrooms, elegant gowns, and seemingly perfect public personas lie forbidden romances and scandalous secrets. Together four young women will navigate gossip, drama, and the eyes of the world upon them.

    There’s everything to play for – but there can only be one queen.

    This is the story of the most famous family in the world.

    This is the story of the American royals.

    American Royals

  • Waiting For The Wild Beasts To Vote

    Part magic, part history and part savage satire, this remarkable novel is nothing less than a history of post-colonial Africa itself.

  • The Thursday Murder Club

    In a peaceful retirement village, four unlikely friends meet up once a week to investigate unsolved murders.

    But when a brutal killing takes place on their very doorstep, the Thursday Murder Club find themselves in the middle of their first live case.

    Elizabeth, Joyce, Ibrahim and Ron might be pushing eighty but they still have a few tricks up their sleeves.

    Can our unorthodox but brilliant gang catch the killer before it’s too late?

  • Anna Karenina

    Anna is a beautiful, intelligent woman whose passionate affair with the dashing Count Vronsky leads her to ruin. But her story is also about a search for meaning, and by twinning it with that of Levin, an awkward idealist whose happy marriage and domestic trials form the backdrop for a similar quest, Tolstoy creates a rich and complex masterpiece that has captured the imagination of readers for decades.

    Anna Karenina

  • Legendborn

    Filled with mystery and Southern Black Girl Magic, Tracy Deonn’s New York Times bestselling Legendborn offers the dark allure of City of Bones with a modern-day twist on a classic legend


  • This Poison Heart

    Ever since she can remember, Briseis has had power over plants. Flowers bloom in her footsteps and leaves turn to face her as though she were the sun. It’s a power she and her adoptive mothers have spent her whole life trying to hide. And then Briseis inherits an old house from her birth mother and suddenly finds herself with the space and privacy to test her powers for the first time.

    This Poison Heart

  • Cinderella Is Dead

    It’s 200 years since Cinderella found her prince, but the fairytale is over.

    Sophia knows the story though, off by heart. Because every girl has to recite it daily, from when she’s tiny until the night she’s sent to the royal ball for choosing. And every girl knows that she has only one chance. For the lives of those not chosen by a man at the ball . are forfeit.

    Cinderella Is Dead

  • No One Is Talking About This

    This is a story about a life lived in two halves.

    Irreverent and sincere, poignant and delightfully profane, No One Is Talking About This is a meditation on love, language and human connection from one of the most original voices of our time.

  • A Heart So Fierce and Broken

    Find the heir, win the crown.
    Win the crown, save the kingdom.

    Harper has freed Prince Rhen from the curse that almost destroyed his kingdom. But all is not well; rumours are rife that there is a rival heir with a stronger claim to the throne and that ‘Princess’ Harper of Disi is nothing but a fraud.

  • Risk with A Whisk (Pre-Order)

    An adventurous’ girl with big dreams of food escapades embarks on a most exciting expedition to see the world. Between these pages lie hearty recipes with relatable anecdotes, fun rhymes, word puzzles, games and useful templates for the budding young foodie!

  • The Hunter and his Kinsmen

    This novel attempts to advocate justice, sincere love and enduring care for one another, so that the world will experience and enjoy unpatrolled peace, tranquility, growth and development especially as we work together and hope for the “”new normal”. It gives a setting of peace, communal conviviality and oneness reigning supreme in the village of Onuma where their age-old tradition of “Be your brother’s keeper ” was still practiced.

    The Hunter and his Kinsmen

  • Akata Witch

    Sunny Nwazue lives in Nigeria, but she was born in New York City. Her features are West African, but she’s albino. She’s a terrific athlete, but can’t go out into the sun to play soccer. There seems to be no place where she fits in. And then she discovers something amazing–she is a free agent with latent magical power. And she has a lot of catching up to do.
    Soon she’s part of a quartet of magic students, studying the visible and invisible, learning to change reality. But as she’s finding her footing, Sunny and her friends are asked by the magical authorities to help track down a career criminal who knows magic, too. Will their training be enough to help them combat a threat whose powers greatly outnumber theirs?

    Akata Witch

  • One Of Us Is Lying

    Everyone has secrets, right?
    What really matters is how far you’ll go to protect them.

    One Of Us Is Lying

  • Korede’s Thief Catcher App

    Korede’s transfer to Elite Premier Junior College is not going well. He has no friends, is being bullied by bigger boys, and his lunch disappears on Fridays. The only thing working in his favor is computer class.
    For the first time in his life, Korede sees the inside of a computer and learns to code. Could coding help him find solutions to the problems of his new life?

  • All for Jan, The Dog

    All for Jan, the Dog is a picture book suitable for 3 year old + children. Jan is an energetic family dog who stays home when Obi, Uso and their parents go off to school and work during the week. Obi and Uso are worried that Jan is lonely and suggest that the family finds a dog-friend for Jan. Happily, another dog needs a new home and is brought home to Jan. At first, Jan does not seem welcoming to the new dog but it turns out Jan likes that there is a new dog.

  • Fidelity

    Carlo, a part-time professor of creative writing, and Margherita, an architect-turned-real estate-agent: a happily married couple in their mid-thirties, perfectly attuned to each other’s restlessness. They are in love, but they also harbour desires that stray beyond the confines of their bedroom: Carlo longs for the quiet beauty of one of his students, Sofia; Margherita fantasises about the strong hands of her physiotherapist, Andrea.

    But it is love, with its unassuming power, which ultimately pulls them from the brink, aided by Margherita’s mother Anna, the couple’s anchor and lighthouse – a wise, proud seamstress hiding her own disappointments.

    But after eight years of repressed desires and the birth of a son, when the past resurfaces in the form of books sent anonymously, will love be enough to save them?



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