#Kekere is our #BookoftheWeek!
Kekere is a #classic #fairytale about a little girl who goes through some experiences in the muddy swamp of mother toad and colony of beetles. Her narrow escape from a blind mole is a hard lesson to her. In the end, she finds something good in all this, which makes her a princess.
Check out the hard copy here http://bit.ly/LanternStorybooks and the e-Book version here: http://bit.ly/lanternebooks
Singing Shoes narrates the admirable experience of Ifemayowa, a six-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Okeowo, during her birthday celebration, which coincides with Christmas festive period.
…Thereafter, her father promised to buy her something great. She asked him what she should expect but he told her it would be a surprise. (Page 9, Singing Shoes) Continue reading
We are pleased to announce that auditions are now open for a Kids’ TV Series titled “Desperate Child”. Auditions will be held on Monday, 19th December 2016 at Lantern House, No 1, Morrison Crescent, Off Kudirat Abiola Way, Ikeja, Lagos.
Kids between 7-12 age brackets are expected for the audition and will be accepted for different roles. Interested kids should be able to spend at least two/three hours of practice whenever called for rehearsals.
They are to also come with personal photographs.
Production Title: Desperate Child
Cast Age Category: 7-12
Audition Location: Lantern House, No 1, Morrison Crescent, Off Kudirat Abiola Way, Ikeja, Lagos.
Audition Date: 19th December 2016
Time: 10: 00 AM
Production Company: Lantern Books
Contact: Chuks Egbom
In a bid to bring books closer to the people for education and self-improvement particularly in this digital age, Lantern Books has now ventured into digital publishing.
Some of our titles now have digital versions (e-books) that are downloadable/ readable (upon purchase) on computers, tablets, smartphones, etc.
Lantern eBooks make reading interactively interesting and reflect a real paradigm shift from flipping pages in printed books to smarter and reader-friendly content designs on any mobile device. Continue reading
October 5, every year, is the day set aside for teachers across the world. This day is planned to celebrate teachers for their self-sacrificing roles and highlight their numerous contributions to world’s development. Continue reading
The world has changed since 1966 – but our determination to provide every woman and man with the skills, capacities and opportunities to become everything they wish, in dignity and respect, remains as firm as ever. Literacy is a foundation to build a more sustainable future for all. UNESCO Director-General
“Once you learn to read, you will be forever free.” So said the great Frederick Douglass. As the world celebrates International Literacy Day today, we bring to you a small list of some some of our exciting titles you can get for your kids (and also for yourself!) to mark this special day.
Faceless by Amma Darko
Fofo in her innocence seeks help. What she doesn’t know is that the society has lost its priorities, its sense of direction; it has become dysfunctional and deaf to the cries of abandoned children. FACELESS is a story set in a world where parents have lost moral authority over their children and are totally paralyzed by fear of the society.
“Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?'”
– Martin Luther King Jr., Civil Rights Activist