Shuter & Shooter Publishers is proud to announce that it will soon be releasing its Top Class Digital Skills series. This is an up-to-date and easy to follow learning programme that is compatible with the Curriculum and Assessment Policy Statement (CAPS). These workbooks help to teach basic digital skills so that learners can get to grips with computing. Written by subject experts, with over 15 years’ experience in teaching digital skills to South African learners, this series is educationally sound and filled with innovative content. There is a strong focus on introducing learners to both *Coding and *Robotics, preparing them for the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
Shoppers at Exclusive Books at Pietermaritzburg’s Liberty Mall were surprised by delicious treats at the book signing of our latest trade book, Easy Cooking by Nessie Naidoo.
This is a cookbook for all aspirant and seasoned cooks – it will even inspire the reluctant cook!
Nessie has developed a wonderful balance of easy, delicious meals in an incredibly practical, user-friendly book. We are all juggling many facets of our life, be it a career, studies, caring for our families and to have a book that takes all this into account is so very useful.
The comments alongside each recipe make the book a personal experience, and the user almost feels as if Nessie is beside them in the kitchen, offering warm encouragement.
A unique feature of the book is Nessie’s ability to combine good comfort food with dishes that are more sophisticated – yet still within the parameters of the person who has to prepare the meals.
There are recipes gathered from her personal experiences around the world – a little something for everyone!
It’s that time of year when you start thinking of those lazy summer days on school holiday. The perfect time to pick up a good book and let your imagination soar.
Here are some good holiday reads from Shuters you may enjoy.
Metjodi Ya Marakwaneng, by K. P. D. Maphalla, is a feel-good Sesotho novel about a group of boys who get together to help the community by working as a team to build a swimming dam for everyone to use.
Hotwire, by Jay Heale is an English novel about the adventures of Ben and Tarif who love cars. They embark on a dangerous mission to get Ben’s mother’s car back from the mysterious mechanic.
Lindakhil’ilizwi Lakho, by M. G Mdliva is an isiXhosa novel that explores the power of the love that exists between a parent and a child.
Three Friends, , by Lesley Beake (with Minky Stapleton) is an English novel that deals with two best friends, Lindi and Thandile. Their friendship is disturbed when a strange new girl comes to the village and everything starts going wrong.
Ngizigwaze Ngowami, is an isiZulu novel by N. Mavundla. It relates the experiences and adventures of Princess Thokozile, who leaves her home to go and work in Johannesburg.
You can find these and many other cool books in your local library, or order them online from www.shuters.com. Alternatively, contact our Customer Services Department on 033-846 8721/22/23
Write a review of any of these novels and send them to us at firstname.lastname@example.org by 16 January 2016, and you could stand to win a cool Shuters hamper.
We are very excited to introduce the latest addition to the Songololo imprint at Shuter & Shooter : Hair Day.
WHOSE HAIR? Zinzi likes her hair the way it is. Her mother wants it cut. On the way to the hairdresser Zinzi sees how many different kinds of hair there can be. Her imagination runs wild. But what happens at the hairdresser is even more crazy…
This hilarious first reader, beautifully and whackily illustrated by Patricia de Villiers, explores the power struggle between a mother and her child over the all important right to decide on whose hair it is anyway
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Dawn Garisch is a doctor who writes, a poet who walks, a researcher who dances. She has had five novels, a collection of poetry, a non-fiction work and a memoir published. Her award-winning short stories and poetry have appeared in anthologies, journals and magazines. She has had a short play and short film produced and has written for television and newspapers. Three of her novels have been published in the UK.
Her novel, Trespass, was nominated for the Commonwealth Prize in Africa.
Hair Day is her first children’s book.
ABOUT THE ILLUSTRATOR:
With a background in painting, theatre and print-making, Patricia de Villiers has provided illustrations for numerous publications – for adults, for youth and for children. After some years as a public health manager, she is re-entering the creative world.
The publication of Hair Day marks her happy return to the rewards of inventing and making picture stories for children.
UNIQUE SELLING POINTS:
Exquisitely illustrated, this beautiful book inspires the imagination.
This book engenders interesting topics for parents to discuss with their children while maintaining a lighthearted and humorous tone.
The illustrations extend the text in quirky ways, providing entertainment and also encouraging the child to identify visual aspects of the story such as people, colours, shapes and animals.