African Children’s Stories – 15th Collection – Ghana CotL Edition
The African Children’s Stories Program is a Ducere Foundation initiative, where African children are encouraged to write becoming published authors and to build lasting relationships with the elders of their community. Each African Children’s Stories Collection captures ideas, preserves tradition and ignites the love of learning and education. It is our pleasure to share their stories with others across the globe.
All proceeds of the sale of these books is 100% invested in the publication and distribution of more books into the hands of children across Africa.
The 15th Collection from Ghana, includes stories from children in Accra, produced in collaboration with Children of the Light Ghana.
Why fish live in the ocean
Ato and the God-Child
Ananse the mischievious helper
The boy who changed
The rescue of Minaj
The hardworking and the lazy friends
Chi and the strange egg
Ananse and the Lizard
The story of the brave rat
About Children of the Light
Children of the Light (CotL), is a registered charitable organization in Ghana and in New Zealand. CotL runs year-round, after-school learning programs in Ghana for children ages 4 to 16 years in one-on-one and small-group settings. In addition, children also enjoy numerous special programs each year. CotL was founded by Jeanette Brown Opoku, of New Zealand, in 2005. Jeanette has lived in Ghana since 1994 and has three beautiful children. It is her desire and that of CotL, for all children to have a fulfilled and happy childhood, and acquire the skills needed that will allow them to reach their full potential, and, in return, be inspired to give back to humanity and the world at large.