“There are many little ways to enlarge your child´s world. Love of books is the best of all.”- Jacqueline Kennedy
The African Branch of Cambridge University Press has published several exciting series which are sure to inspire and encourage a love for reading amongst learners from the African continent and beyond.
By definition, all of our titles are produced with sound educational principles and methodology in mind. This is undertaken by teams of highly experienced authors and overseen by editors who are completely familiar with the various school curricula, and sensitive to the needs of learners for whom English is not a first language.
These include Rainbow Reading
– a unique graded reading series composed of 350 original works written by South African authors; the groundbreaking Indigenous Knowledge Library
– a series which reveals the relevance and richness of African indigenous knowledge; and African Soccer Stars & Legends
– which brings to life the flair and passion of the top twenty soccer-playing nations in Africa.
You can explore these and other series we have published via the menu on the left. Elsewhere on this site
: The Little Library
is a collection of themed stories which are available in all 11 official languages of South Africa. Designed for Foundation Phase learners. Cambridge Eleven
is a growing series of original literature written principally for 13 to 17 year-old readers, which are NCS (New Curriculum Statement) compliant. Titles are only published in the language that they were originally written in. The series name refers to the eleven official languages of South Africa.