The fifth book in our children’s book series, Shango’s Axe of Thunder, is a celebration of Shango, the fourth king of the Oyo Empire. The Oyo Empire was an ancient West African kingdom that reigned from the 15th century until 1835. Shango’s story is quite an interesting one and inspired the creation of the Shango Read More

The times that we live in are worrying. A wave of right-wing political parties across Europe are starting to see a surge in their popularity, the UK’s  Brexit campaign nurtured and exposed levels of  racism and prejudice that many thought were a thing of the past and the success of Donald Trump has given the Read More

Over the weekend we attended a floating book fair which was organised by Logos Hope. We had never been to a floating book fair and were really interested in finding out more.   Logos Hope is the world’s largest floating book fair with over 5,000 different titles all at affordable prices. The books that they Read More

On Saturday, we had a stall at Africa Utopia and were delighted to meet so many young people which gave us the opportunity to tell them about the work that we do and introduce them to our books and aspire campaign which encourages children to follow their dreams.     After the event we were Read More

We are delighted to announce that our new picture book, I Want to Be a Doctor, is out. This book is the first in our Aspire Book Series which aims to encourage children to follow their dreams.  Please watch the short video clip below to find out more about our new book.     Due Read More

We’re keen to support black businesses who are doing great work to ensure that our children have books, toys and other material that accurately represents them. We believe this is so important for their self confidence and identity.   In today’s blog we’re delighted to introduce you to Casey Elisha the founder of Casey  Elisha Read More

We had a great time at The Black Market and Film festival on Saturday. The day was extremely eventful. Loads to watch, do, smell and eat.   The Obi and Titi team were there in full force  but we seriously underestimated the footfall and sadly ran out of books half way through the day. We Read More

Here at Obi and Titi HQ we’re keen to support black businesses who are doing great work to ensure that our children have books, toys and other material that accurately represents them. We believe this is so important for their self confidence and identity.   In today’s blog we’re delighted to introduce you to Sharon Read More