This week’s Book of The Week is ‘Love Thy Fro’ by Casey Elisha. This is a book about a young girl named Kemi who absolutely loves her beautiful, big, curly afro hair.     Find out more about this book here: http://lovethyfro.com

One of our stockists, Book Love, has opened a multi-cultural pop-up book shop in Brixton, London.   Located at Brixton Overgound Station’s arches, you can find a comprehensive collection of multi-cultural books (including ours!), black dolls and fashion accessories from Ghana.   Book Love was founded by Samantha William to address the fact that many Read More

Hello everyone, this year we’ve been fairly quiet on our blog and social media, so you may be wondering what’s going on over here at Obi and Titi HQ. Well…… as some of you know we moved from the UK to the Caribbean at the end of 2017 and in 2018 we had a lot Read More

We are absolutely delighted to announce this new book, Shifted Code: From Digital to Reality. This a special one for us and comes from 13-year-old Elijah Frederick who we had the pleasure of working with to publish this, his first book!   Elijah has worked extremely hard and has been very dedicated, patient and persistent. We’re Read More

Our junior blogger, Christian, has written a lovely descriptive poem about the colour blue. We hope you enjoy Christian’s creativity  and please do show him some support by leaving him a comment below, we will make sure we pass all your comments on to him.     My Color Poem   Blue is like the Read More

We are so so happy to announce that our new book is out! – Yay!   Book 6 in our children’s book series, The Adventures of Obi and Titi is now available on Amazon. This book, entitled The Great Walls of Benin, continues to follow our feisty characters as they continue their journey to save Read More

Hey everyone, in our last blog we discussed how inspired we were by  the ‘We Are Nigerian Creatives’ hashtag which provided an opportunity for Nigerians working in the creative industry to showcase their work. As promised in our last blog, in our next few blogs we’re going to put the spotlight on some of our Read More