Olivia Evezi's childhood is a happy one; her days spent listening to highlife records with her father and poring over the colourful postcards her mother receives from Germany. But Olivia is a dreamer and longs for more, leaving her hometown of Warri
A celebration of natural hair, through the vibrant and varied hairstyles found in a single family. With Mylo Freeman's colourful illustrations, this delightful book will show young black children the joys that can be found through their natural hair.
'Once upon a time, there was a little princess called Arabella. She lived in a big palace with her father, the King, and her mother, the Queen. It was nearly Arabella's birthday. But what do you give a little princess who already has everything?'Rub
She Called Me Woman is a collection of first-hand accounts by a community telling their stories on their own terms. This engaging and groundbreaking collection offers us a first-hand look into the lives and realities of queer women in Nigeria.
When We Speak of Nothing launches a powerful new voice onto the literary stage. The fluid prose, peppered with contemporary slang, captures what it means to be young, black and queer in London. If grime music were a novel, it would be this.