Book review

« I’m the Colour of Honey » teaches self-love, acceptance and how to celebrate one’s differences through

I’m the Colour of Honey is a story by Maïmouna Jallow, a storyteller and media consultant based in Nairobi, Kenya. She is the co-founder of Positively African, an arts and media company, and the curator of Re-Imagined Series—a project aimed at adapting folktales and novels for contemporary audiences.


Children’s Book Review: Africa, Amazing Africa

Atinuke’s first non-fiction title is a major publishing event: a celebration of all 55 countries on the African continent! Her beautifully-written text captures Africa’s unique mix of the modern and the traditional, as she explores its geography, its peoples, its animals, its history, its resources and its cultural diversity. The book divides Africa into five sections: South, East, West, Central and North, each with its own introduction. This is followed by a page per country, containing a delightful mix of friendly, informative text and colourful illustrations.