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Sara’s first day of school is full of surprises, but the biggest one of all is that she discovers she doesn’t understand what the other children are saying and she wonders how she will make friends. Her teacher encourages her to find out the many ways one can say hello.
This delightful story of rhyming verse, accompanied by charming illustrations, is a must for all young South African children. And if parents/grandparents/carers aren’t sure how to pronounce ‘hello’ in all 11 official languages, there is a CD of the text, narrated by the author herself, to guide with authentic pronunciation.
Following the on-going popularity of How Many Ways Can You Say Hello?, the original story is now available as a COLOURING- IN BOOK for children to have even more fun.
Sara’s ﬁrst day of school is full of surprises, but the biggest one of all is that there is more than one way to say hello. So during the holidays she sets off on a journey around the country in a hot air balloon, to learn them all.
This delightful story of rhyming verse, accompanied by charming illustrations is a must for all young South African children. It’s a perfect stay-at-home activity book for children and will be a welcome addition for parents looking for new material for home-schooling their children.
Yanga is the 3 Tins champion in his community. His life changes completely when his 3 Tin skills are channeled.
Into cricket. Watch Yanga’s crazy talent as it takes him from local school team to the global sporting stage as one of the stars of the South African Cricket World Cup team.
Ek en jy lyk dalk verskillend,
Singabukeka sehlukile mina nawe,
We may look different you and I,
This colouring-in book is a companion to How Many Ways Can You Say Goodbye? After Sara and her friends had an exciting journey in a hot air balloon to see the country and find out how to say ‘hello’ in How Many Ways Can You Say Hello?, they are making a return trip across South Africa to see more sights and to drop off the friends, one by one. As they do so, they also need to find out how to say ‘goodbye’ to one another in all of the country’s 11 official languages.
But just as Sara starts to feel sad, she discovers that ‘goodbye’ can be the start of something new, something wonderful. Join her and find this out for yourself too.
This is another delightful story of rhyming verse, accompanied by charming illustrations, and a must for all young South African children. It’s a perfect activity book for children, providing both fun and knowledge, which can also be used as a home-schooling tool.
An inspirational story in rhyming verse about the rewards of challenging the status quo; not only for the individual who dares to do it, but for everyone else around them as well. Includes a bonus CD featuring the Tullula songs and a reading of the story by the author.
Refiloe Moahloli is originally from Mthatha in the Eastern Cape, South Africa. A commerce graduate who spent the early part of her career navigating the dynamic corporate world, she decided to pursue her passion for writing after an eye-opening assignment to Mumbai, India. She is the bestselling author of How Many Ways Can You Say Hello?, published in 2017 by Penguin Random House. As an aunt to many nieces and nephews who consider her ‘one of them’, they inspire a multitude of stories that are constantly swimming in her head, waiting to be penned and made alive Simon Mahlo grew up in Morapalala, Limpopo, South Africa. When he was younger he would get into trouble with his teachers for drawing on almost anything he could find. His love for drawing never wavered – he now has his own company Mahlo Arts and Design, where he collaborates with women in rural Limpopo to create hand-embroidered, home-decor products. Hand-embroidery is a skill that has been passed down through generations in his family. Abena-Saah Mophatlane was born in Ghana to a South African mother and a Ghanaian father. Hers is a truly African heritage; her exposure to different cultures and ethnicities gives her an advantage in identifying talent with a widespread appeal. One such identification led to the creation of Tullula.
She first came across Simon Mahlo’s hand-embroidery through a cushion that was sold to her. She was immediately impressed with the quality of work and felt she had to meet the artist behind it. After meeting with Mahlo, she was inspired to create a children’s book with hand-embroidered illustrations – and so Tullula was born.
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