African Fireside Classics
Collections of African folktales
Today’s Water and Other Ananse Stories (African Fireside Classics, #1)
He is most certainly cunning and clever, but is Kweku Ananse the most clever of all? He thinks so and in Today‘s Water, he sets out to prove it! More »
The Yam Child and Other Tales From West Africa (African Fireside Classics, #2)
From talking yam tubers to the deliciously scary story of a disrespectful little girl who sets out to find something to see, this second collection of stories in the African Fireside Classics series has something for everyone. More »
The Missing Mouth and Other Ananse Stories (African Fireside Classics, #3)
If you have ever wondered what a lazy, greedy and selfish trickster wants most in a wife—it is not brains, it is not brawn or even beauty. Oh no no no … More »
The Girl in the Tree and Other Tales From Africa (African Fireside Classics, #4)
If you were sitting in a tree and could only come down for someone you would like to marry, who should you pick? The answer, and a few more not so lovey-dovey stories await. More »
How Elephant Lost His Bottom and Other Ananse Stories (African Fireside Classics, #5)
Have you ever wanted to know the answers to intriguing questions like why chickens have beaks, why crocodiles hide their ears or why crickets have black teeth? Then, you are in the right place! More »
Available as audio-ebooks, narrated by the author.
In an app that supports this format, the audiobook plays in sync with the ebook and highlights the words as they are being said aloud. So, you can relax and simply listen to the story, you can read along or just read it to yourself like a regular ebook.
Audiobooks, narrated by the author
Audiobooks are currently available on my artist page at asakyiama.bandcamp.com.
Check back soon as I am working on having them available in more places, including my own online shop, right here.