Payment of a kind is a novelty in this genre of novels. It is at once a tragic comedy exploiting to very good effect the popular African culture versus Christianity yarn and also a monograph dealing with an important but hitherto little explored subject alienation from the self.The ultimate “Roots” book it traces the insanity of Kintu. its hero , back to his “Psychic” roots. A delightful read for the literary scholar, the social Scientist and the Connoisseur alike.
KLB Visionary English Literacy Activities Grade 1 Learner’s Workbook is based on the new Competency-Based Curriculum. It has numerous learner-centred activities for each learning strand and sub-strand that allow the learners to discover and create knowledge through doing rather than memorizing facts. The four language skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing are acquired through the involving activities that allow for maximum collaboration and participation among the learners.
The activities are designed in a way that enables learners to pace their own learning and even to learn from their peers. The activities in the Learners’ Workbook are tailored to develop the seven core competencies as spelt out in the new curriculum, namely communication and collaboration, self-efficacy, critical thinking and problem solving, creativity and imagination, citizenship, digital literacy and learning to learn.
Learning in this Workbook is not just confined to the classroom but continued outside the class and even in the family and community. This link to a community is maintained throughout the book. Parent/caregiver engagement is emphasized so that learning becomes a life-long endeavour that goes beyond the classroom and the normal school situation.
The Workbook has full-colour illustrations that make the content very attractive to the learners. thus making learning fun. The language used in the book is simple and easy to understand. This makes the desired learning outcomes easy to achieve without undue difficulty to the learners. This is one book that makes learning fun and learning concepts easy to grasp.
Top Mark KCPE Revision Social Studies is specially written to prepare pupils for their KCPE examination. The book comprehensively covers the syllabus. It also contains content on amendments made to the syllabus following the promulgation of the New Constitution on August 27, 2010.
The book contains Short Notes and Work to Do at the end of each chapter to help pupils in the revision. Further, there are ten sample test papers, each with sixty questions and answers in line with the examination format.This rare presentation makes the book a complete guide and an indispensable companion for all KCPE candidates.
The book is a must read for all pupils wishing to score high marks in KCPE Social Studies. The book is also a useful resource for Teachers preparing their pupils for KCPE.
It is estimated that about 80 per cent of Kenya’s population is dependent on agriculture. Its key role in our economy cannot therefore be over-emphasised. It produces food, employment, foreign exchange, raw materials for industry, market for industrial goods and it is a source of capital.
Secondary Agriculture Form Four Students’ Book is a comprehensive text written for secondary school students taking agriculture. It has two main objectives. The first one is to ensure that the learner is exposed to principles which are relevant to agricultural production. The second objective is to enable the learners to explore various agricultural practices so that they may gain skills which are required in the management of agricultural enterprises.
In this book, mathematics is presented in a simple and precise manner. Elaborate examples aimed at illustrating specific mathematical ideas are offered as precursor to wide-ranging exercises. This ensures that varying abilities and interests of students are adequately catered for. The mixed exercises further give the students an opportunity to consolidate the mathematical ideas met, so that an all-round positive result is attained.
Zoomer, that’s who! It’s a hot summer day and Zoomer is all ready to cool off with a snow cone. But when the snow cone–making goes too far, the hot summer day turns icy cold! Luckily Zoomer knows just how to make the best of the situation: He goes on a snow safari, visits the polar empire of Zoomarctica, rides his snow locomotive—and that’s just the tip of the iceberg!
Once again, Ned Young paints Zoomer’s world with fun and rich illustrations that turn the silly into the spectacular. Both kids and their parents will laugh out loud at the comical antics and cuddle up together for the warm and cozy ending.