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Our New Song

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Fountain Junior Living Series are story books by some of Uganda's leading writers of stories for children. These stories are told in a captivating man...

Author:
Tanya Zebroff
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This is Nyungwe National Park

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Rwanda’s Nyungwe National Park is a large montane forest covering 1000 km2 in the southeast of Rwanda. Visitors are guaranteed to be mesmerised by its...

Author:
Tourguide
Year:
2009

East African Birds

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On my arrival in Uganda in 2002, it would have been fair to say that my knowledge of birdlife was minimal. However it soon became obvious to me, that...

Author:
Andy Gooch
Year:
2009

Mountain Gorillas

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I have been living in Africa for many years now and have had the opportunity to spend a lot of time in the bush. I could recount many sights and exper...

Author:
Tourguide
Year:
2010

The Trouble Causer

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The events in this book play themselves out among the ridges of south-western Uganda. The setting is one in which the destinies of cattle are intertwi...

Author:
Solomon Kabushenga
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Of Saints and Scarecrows

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When Ssempa and Sister Julian come together, this only spells tragedy. Ssempa – irreverent, crafty and atheistic – and Julian – a pious, subservient C...

Author:
Ulysses Chuka
Year:
2010

Aida, Hurray for Somo and Others

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Although the stories are wholly fictional, they encapsulate three decades of Uganda’s violent history and, more importantly, the responses of human be...

Author:
Austin Ejiet
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Pale Souls Abroad and Other Tales

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From the absurdities of present-day class pretensions to the moral corruption infecting human interactions in the Idi Amin and Milton Obote eras, Pale...

Author:
Ulysses Chuka
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What Makes Africans Laugh?

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What Makes Africans Laugh? is a critique of the African’s attitude towards indigenous craftsmanship, knowledge and culture, especially in the post ind...

Author:
Vat Kamatsiko
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Voice of Silence Poems

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That silence can have a voice is an ideal example of the various ways by which poetry defamiliarises ordinary language to create a sense of instructiv...

Author:
Christopher W. N. Kirunda
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Ndiwulira Batema The Maize Stem Borer

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This is a book about a family of maize stem borers who found that it was just them as the siblings left to fend for themselves. The youngest of the th...

Author:
Katherine Namuddu
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