Giveaway! Win a copy of the magical and original Mzansi fairy tale, The Blacksmith and the Dragonfly
A magical and original fairy tale – perfect for bedtime reading. With the hype around movies like Black Panther and the call for inclusive storytelling, this book is perfect for the current market. It features lovely illustrations and the strong female protagonist will delight and inspire young readers.
About the book
Ndiliswa dreams of becoming a warrior and the commander of the king’s army. But she is the daughter of a poor blacksmith, who makes spears just to get by. Prince Siyabulela has never been a soldier like his younger brother and his father fears that he won’t be a good king. When Siyabulela is transformed into a dragonfly by a wicked spell, it is up to Ndiliswa to defeat their enemies to save the prince.
Riana Louw was born and raised in Bellville. She is currently living and working in Germany as a Software Engineer. She is passionate about equality in gender roles and racial representation in stories and toys for children. She enjoys managing the illustration projects for her short stories in her free time.
Charles Siboto studied at the University of Johannesburg. He worked as an editor for children’s and youth literature for four years. He recently relocated to Germany with his wife, where he is teaching English and working as a freelance editor, proofreader and writer.
Christelle Lambrechts is a background artist and creature designer for a mobile gaming company. She studied at Prestige Academy and got her diploma in 3D Design and Digital Animation. She worked at Exclusive Books in Tygervalley for five years and loved being surrounded by books. In her spare time, she enjoys working on illustrations for children’s books.
- The Blacksmith and the Dragonfly by Riana Louw , Charles Siboto, illustrated by Christelle Lambrechts
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