A collection of short stories highlighting the culture shock and other issues facing the Somali diaspora at large.
A collection of engaging and entertaining short stories by Somali author Abdullahi Janno.
A collection of short stories by Somali author and poet, Farah Mohamed. His love for refugees and keen interest in the immigrant experience shines through in his stories.
The true story of an illiterate nomadic camel herder who leaves the wandering life behind, and at the age of 27, learns to read and write the Somali language, goes to school and becomes a journalist. Being a journalist in Mogadishu is not for the faint of heart. The profession is full of risks, nepotism, bribery, and exploitation.
An intimate novel about life, love, and revolution in Somalia.
Offers tips for parents and childcare institutions for the health and welfare of the child. Topics include breastfeeding; getting your child to sleep; how to calm a crying baby; anger management; what to do when your child breaks the law; effective discipline; and more.
Somali oral tradition is brought to life in print in five stories told through generations and researched by the author who traveled to tribal lands to interview elders who were there.