The loser dyes her (or his) hair blue! David & Hilary have until December 15 to raise the most money for Little Zebra Books.
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At Little Zebra Books, we prioritize giving books directly to children. Read this encouraging report from Veronica in Tete, Mozambique: “Rufaro and Manesso like to get new books. They really like the Friend at Night book. I don’t quite know
What would Jesus’ parable of the prodigal son look like if it were set in South Africa? Little Zebra artist, Magriet Brink is creating illustrations for this parable set in Cape Town. Here’s an early sketch of one of the
Can you count how many kids are in this picture? Almost all of them are holding Little Zebra Books that they received during a Sunday school lesson this past Sunday. It is hard to find materials for Sunday School in
“No Pigs Allowed!” is one of our favorite Little Zebra Books. It is now available in 13 African languages! You can read it and even translate it into your own language at African Storybook Project. Read the story in your
Sara’s brother came running to find her. “They’re reading a story about you!” When Sara arrived at the community reading event, she received a copy of her very own book, called “Sara’s Canoe.” In the book, Sara helps people and
Why are these librarians sitting on the floor? They’re modeling how to read to children at a training session in Mozambique this last weekend. Jeni Bister in Mozambique writes, “Library staff loves reading Little Zebra Books! Today, Veronica and I
Although our paperwork was accepted in 2014, we experienced a major delay when changing our name from Red Zebra Project to Little Zebra Books. We are now official in South Africa.
These are the books published by Little Zebra Books in the Lomwe language of northern Mozambique.