In 2006, Jacana Media started a new division to cater for a growing demand for books that would appeal to younger audiences. Jacana has a reputation for publishing books that are entirely southern African in content, idiom, illustration and style. Our focus has been on producing high-quality materials that are appropriate, fun and enjoyable for readers aged between two and sixteen. Jacana publishes books on a range of topics and genres, including reference books on South African history, geography and culture; award-winning illustrated children’s fiction; and challenging and current fiction for teenagers.

Most of our materials are suitable for ABET and second-language readers. Our children’s picture books are also being used as Foundation Phase readers. Jacana has made it a proud tradition to publish in all 11 official South African languages, where possible. This supports our commitment to growing a culture of reading in South Africa and allowing children to read in the vernacular.

For the full PDF version of the Jacana Children\'s Catalogue, click here.

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Children & Young Adults

Kgosana ya Thabileng ya Oscar Wilde

Hodimo setulong sa hae se phahameng, Kgosana ya Thabileng, ...

Oscar Wilde se Die Gelukkige Prins

Die manjifieke goue standbeeld van die Gelukkige Prins kan ...

Oscar Wilde's The Happy Prince

Oscar Wilde’s timeless, compassionate tale of the ...

Muḽoro wa Nḓodzo

Nḓodzo is a very imaginative little boy. When he dreams, ...

Milorho ya Lele

Lele is a very imaginative little boy. When he dreams, the ...

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Jabu uyabhudza

OUT OF STOCK Jabu is a very imaginative little boy. When ...

Lele o a lora

Lele is a very imaginative little boy. When he dreams, the ...

Toro ya Lebohang

Lebohang is a very imaginative little boy. When he dreams, ...

Lele o a lora

Lele is a very imaginative little boy. When he dreams, the ...

UBafana uyabhudanga

Bafana is a very imaginative little boy. When he dreams, ...

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