In the midst of the civil war in Sierra Leone, Ishmael Beah, an innocent child, entered a world full of violence and brutality. Eventually released, he struggled to adjust to a suspicious and fearful society. A harrowing tale of resilience and strength, A Long Way Gone recounts Beah's own harrowing story as a former child soldier.
H.E Dr. Fatima Maada Bio, First Lady of the Republic of Sierra Leone
By Ishmael Beah
'A Long Way Gone' is the true story of an unwilling ex-child soldier during the civil war in Sierra Leone, Ishmael Beah, whose hope for a better life and to be reunited with his family portrays an example to “Always have hope”. -
By Robert Wellesley Cole
'Kossoh Town Boy' is the true life story of the boyhood of the First African to be elected a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, who ended up playing a key role in the independence movement of his country Sierra Leone, which demonstrates how important education is for leadership and development, which can be leveraged by families, countries and the world, especially developing countries. -
The inspiring story of the first African to be elected a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, Kossoh Town Boy explore his upbringing and what led him to develop extraordinary leadership qualities.
By Aminatta Forna
'Happiness' wants readers to think about how interconnected humans and animals are and about what we choose to see and to ignore as we move around and the little act of politeness we can share along. -
Jean is an American studying the habits of urban foxes. Attila is a Ghanaian psychiatrist, in London for business and to find Ama, his friends' daughter. The chance encounter between these two individuals will trigger a search for a young boy and the blossoming of a new friendship. Powerful and charming, this novel asks us to appreciate our connections with our fellow humans as well as with all living creatures.