Ghanaian Cookbook Author Releases Her First Book for Kids in Twi and English

| September 9, 2013

My First NumbersHave you always wanted to know how to count from 1 to 20 in another language besides French and Spanish? Well, now you can. Ghanaian author and new mom, Sandra Amoako, has recently created the first book in the “What’s That?” series of bilingual, children’s books. “What’s That? My First Numbers in Twi and English” is a colorful illustrated, bilingual children’s book that teaches children their first numbers from 1 to 20 in Twi and English. Twi is one of the several languages spoken by the Akan people of Ghana.

This book is not only fun to read, but also engages children in learning how to count their first numbers while learning two languages at the same time.  This is a book for Ghanaians and non-Ghanaians alike and is suitable for children of all ages and even adults! The great thing about this book is that even if you cannot read or speak Twi, you will still be able to enjoy the English section with your children.

“What’s That? My First Numbers in Twi and English” is published by Alikobooks and will be available for purchase as an eBook on September 20, 2013.  It will be available for purchase at Amazon and Barnes & Noble, and later at the Apple iBookstore.  There are also plans to print a hard cover version of “What’s That? My First Numbers in Twi and English” available for purchase in January 2014. For more information and updates, visit http://www.alikobooks.com/or Alikobooks’ Facebook fan page.

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