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Feathered Friends by Daniela Hammond, Jacqui L’Ange and Stephanie Pretorius

The oakum boys go for a walk and discover strange new things: lots of different penguins, one special friend, and a very big change. Growing up can be the biggest adventure of all!

Created at Book Dash Cape Town on 2 December 2017 by Jacqui L’Ange (writer), Daniela Hammond (illustrator), Stephanie Pretorius (designer). Edited by Helen Moffett.

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Book Dash Cape Town, 2 December 2017

On the 2nd of December 2017, 50+ creatives came together to address the issue of poor access to culturally relevant books for young children in Africa. Twelve teams of three each work collaboratively to create a brand new storybook in just 12 hours.

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Shongololo’s Shoes by Jacqui L’Ange, Marteli Kleyn and Megan Lotter

Shongololo has lost his shoes, and the other animals are NOT being very helpful. Will he ever find them?

Created at Book Dash Cape Town on 5 March 2016 by Jacqui L’Ange (writer), Megan Lotter (illustrator) and Marteli Kleyn (designer). Edited by Judith Browne.

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Book Dash Cape Town, 5 March 2016

On Saturday 5 March, teams of professional writers, illustrators and designers gathered at Cape Town’s Centre for the Book to create beautiful children’s books in just twelve hours.

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Miss Helen’s Magical World by Jacqui L’Ange, Wendy Morison, and Nadene Kriel

This is the story of Helen Martins’ battle against darkness, told by one of the creatures she loved best, the wise old owl.

The story of Helen Martins, created at Book Dash Cape Town on 30 August 2014 by Jacqui L’Ange, Wendy Morison, and Nadene Kriel.

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Book Dash Cape Town, 30 August 2014

Our third Book Dash was Women’s Day themed, and organised in collaboration with Rock Girl and the African Storybook Project. Each team wrote a biography of an inspiring African woman.

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