Why is rhyme such an enduring part of children’s literature? Canadian-Ghanaian writer Adwoa Badoe helps to explain its appeal
The poem “Inside my Zulu Hut” by Oswald Mbuyiseni Mtshali has been featured on the London Underground.
‘Tin Roof’, by Ghanaian-British poet Nii Ayikwei Parkes, is appearing on London’s ‘tube’ as part of the Poems on the Underground series
Born 100 years apart, two captive West African girls became famous in their day. Each was named for the ship that carried her over the Atlantic.