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Posted: May 7, 2011 in Uncategorized

Welcome to Phantom House Africa…

The following titles are available now in paperback and are distributed by Amazon’s Createspace PoD. We put our best into making our books as cheap as possible. The marketing links below will direct you to Createspace secure payment server to order your titles. It will only take a minute of your time. With your assistance, we hope to lower the prices of our titles even more, and make the e-book editions available to everyone for download. Thank you for your patronage.

To order Phantom House’s MiDdLe
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fiction titles, click here:

Child Soldiers © 2010
War against War crimes in Africa

Description: Fiction / War & Military 
Type: Cream Paper. Paperback.
Release Date: May 31 2010
ISBN: 1461007542 / 9781461007548
Page Count: 190
Book price: $7.00



A child is born with no eye for right or wrong. Unstained by the impressions of what is to come, innocence or guilt. A truly open palette. Amenable, vulnerable and easily dyed in any color. The ultimate killer. The affordable soldier.

Luke Weldon visits Africa on a holiday trip to write a short paper on children his age in Africa. A leisure trip that ended after his abduction by the LRA to a notorious rebel camp. Luke is locked in a cage with some other children but soon wins the heart of another abducted child, the hard-nosed local girl, Junta Utakpa. In a few days, Luke and Junta attempt the ultimate escape from the camp. But there was one problem, a very huge problem. The Axe Man was the only way in and out of the rebel camp. If they truly wanted to escape, they both had to face him head on.


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Spirits of the Mist © 2009
the demon child story
Description: Fiction / Thrillers
Type: Cream Paper. Paperback.
Release Date: Nov. 3. 2009; Mar 03, 2011

ISBN: 1461021480 / 9781461021483

Page Count: 148

Book price: $6.00

 

The little village of Malagwa was like any other Eskimo village in the upper confines of the Arctic, except for the mischievous spirits who wafted across the lands in a cold mist to claim the lives of both children and adults. 

There was no hiding from the death grip of the spirits who entered igloos at their will. All the village’s families were too concerned with their own fears to bother with the other’s sorrows, yet one family lived the farthest, banished to the outskirts of Malagwa—a single mother and her daughter, Itherica, the Demon child.

During one of the community’s regular seances, conducted by the Soul Seeker of the Malagwan, the Witch Mother sees death, war, and another disturbing vision—that the spirits will soon come for Itherica. The villagers have no choice but to banish Itherica from Malagwa, hoping that the spirits will not snatch anyone else. 

The Malagwan named these spirits Jenagoa; playful, but downright mean child spirits with more than a score to settle with the Malagwan. But in time,  it becomes clear to the Malagwan that whoever seeks  truth in the dark will find something very different in its place.

 


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To order Phantom House’s more traditional
young
readers
folklore
Titles from the African Continent, click here:


Mr. & Mrs. Rats
Description: Fairy Tales, Folklore & Mythology
Full Color. Paperback.

Date: Mar 03 2010

ISBN: 1460906128, 9781460906125

Book Price: $9.00

 

The tale of Mr. and Mrs. Rats is a classic story a young hard-headed rat who gets married to a complete stranger; a pretty python.
This story teaches us to carefully choose our friends, but most of all, to listen to the wise counsel of those more advanced in years. For what an old bird can see perching by a window, beats what a young eagle can spot soaring above the mountains.


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The Lady Frog and the Riverside Scorpion
Description: Fairy Tales, Folklore & Mythology
Full Color. Paperback.

Date: Jan 06 2010

ISBN: 1460906098 / 9781460906095

Book Price: $9.00

 

The Lady Frog and the Riverside Scorpion is a classic title of a naive and young lady frog who gets stung by a scorpion. It teaches that not many things change in life, and that when things do change, wisdom calls for a pinch of salt.

 
 


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So you think you are a bully?
Description: Fairy Tales, Folklore & Mythology
Full Color. Paperback.

Date:May 31 2010
ISBN:1460918010 / 9781460918012

Book Price: $12.00

 

 

So you think you are a bully is a favorite of Phantom House books, being a classic story of how a Montessori middle grader learns to get back at her tyrannical playmate. Aisha learns to pick on her bully.
Bullies Beware!! All bullies think twice at Otega Elementary!

 


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First Chick Eater
Description: Fairy Tales, Folklore & Mythology
Full Color. Paperback.

Date: Sep 11 2010

ISBN:1460917987 / 9781460917985

Book Price: $11.00

 

 

 

The First Chick Eater is a classic African title of how the chicken fails to keep a promise to the kite. It teaches that we should all keep our promises to each other.

 


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3 wishes for a Magic Boy
Description: Fairy Tales, Folklore & Mythology
Full Color. Paperback.

Date: Jul 29 2010

ISBN: 1460917960 / 9781460917961

 

3 wishes for a Magic Boy is a classic story of the mind-bogging disappearance of the Nok civilization of Ancient Nigeria.
It tells of a witty Nok boy who encounters his 5000 year-old magical match. Who will outsmart who, we wonder?
A classic story from Jos that teaches us to speak less and listen more.


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Thank you for visiting us. Here at Phantom House Africa, we place priority in being professionally competent to not only met your needs, but surpass them. Do refer our books and this site to your friends and work associates.

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Comments
  1. eleanor says:

    i love the child soldiers story. i got the ebook. i made me sad though. it’s all over the news but i never gave it a second thought what’s been happening to those kids in Africa..is there any way i can contact the Nigerian? eleanor from oregon.

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