Olaudah Equiano: A Man of Many Names
Olaudah Equiano was born to a destiny. The elders in his African tribe believed that he was fortunate, or lucky, and that he would ‘speak with a loud voice’ and be great. This ended up coming true, because God also had a destiny in mind for him, as he does for all his people, and it did involve great things. Yet, as is often the case when God works, it came about in the most unexpected of ways. God was determined that Equiano come to love him, and he pursued him despite of adverse circumstances and in the face of many obstacles.
Two Sisters & a Brain Tumour
‘Sibling relationships are always part-joy, part-frustration, but throw a brain tumour into the mix and the rules for sibling engagement must be completely renegotiated. Emily’s recollections are simultaneously beautiful, amusing, tear-jerking, and wonderfully uplifting. You cannot read this book without being touched.’ – Dr Louise Gosbell
Thomas Clarkson: The Giant with One Idea
“This is a well researched biography that tells the story of Thomas’ childhood, the turning point for his life and the tireless work thereafter… Although aimed at a child readership (for readers aged 9-14) Thomas Clarkson: The Giant with One Idea is a great insight into another one of the heroes of the fight against slavery.” – Penny Reeve