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    • Nsobola Okuniina! 

      Shrinivasan, Mini (Pratham Books, 2013)
      This is a children's story about a boy who was learning how to climb tall trees and buildings.
    • Ntegeka Eya Kasimizi Mbbedde 

      Dingwall, Candice (African Storybook Initiative, 2015)
      This is a children's story book narrating about a black ant which had good plans for its fellow ants.
    • Ntonioli 

      Gulere, Wambi Cornelius (African Storybook Initiative, 2003)
      This is a children's story narrating about young girls who usually dress up in small tinny clothes an act which the society was not happy at all with.
    • Nviiri 

      Verbeek, Clare; Dladla, Thembani; Buthelezi, Zanele (African Storybook Initiative, 2007)
      This is a children's story narrating different Hair styles being make by both young girls and women in one of the community.
    • Okubala Ebisolo 

      Verbeek, Clare; Dladla, Thembani; Buthelezi, Zanele (African Storybook Initiative, 2007)
      This is a children's story about the exercise of counting animals that had visited the well to take some water.
    • Okufumba 

      Verbeek, Clare; Dladla, Thembani; Buthelezi, Zanele (African Storybook Initiative, 2007)
      It is a children's story teaching them how to prepare and cook food.
    • Okuguluka mu ibbanga 

      Wambi Gulere, Cornelius (Storyweaver, Pratham Books, 2018)
      This is a children's story which is narrating how to fly in the sky and how interesting it is.
    • Okunoonia Zaabu 

      Sseppuuya, Nambi (African Storybook Initiative, 2016)
      This is a children's story narrating the activity of gold mining in the village as well as explaining which group of people are involved.
    • Okuvugania Kwa Afirika Okweyimba 

      Nafula, Ursula; Orange, Nina (African Storybook Initiative, 2016)
      This is a children's story telling a story of what happened during the Africa's Children running competitions.
    • Omubiri Gwange 

      Verbeek, Clare; Dladla, Thembani; Buthelezi, Zanele (African Storybook Initiative, 2007)
      It is a children's story about different activities that can be performed using the human body.
    • Omughala Omwende 

      Katetemera, Ritah; Bukheye, Mulongo (African Storybook Initiative, 2016)
      It is a children's story of a young girl in the village who was loved by her parents, siblings, friends and people in the village where she lived. This happened to her because of her good behaviors.
    • Omughala wa Kyabazinga Omubalagaavu 

      Akello, Christine (African Storybook Initiative, 2017)
      This is a children's story about beautiful princess a daughter to the king of Busoga.
    • Omukulembeze owe Ebinhonhi 

      Gulere, Cornelius Wambi (African Storybook Initiative, 2015)
      This is a children's story narrating how birds of different species are organised and they have a leadership trail to follow.
    • Omukwano 

      Beza (African Storybook Initiative, 2017)
      This is a children's story about a man who had no hope that he would feed his own animals, due to the breakdown of the drought in the village.
    • Omukwano gwe Embwa mu Kyalo 

      Shrivastava, Pahi (Pratham Books, 2014)
      It is a children's story about a dog which was friendly to its owners as well as to the neighbors in the village.
    • Omusaadha Kalimagezi 

      Bakita, Irene (African Storybook Initiative, 2018)
      This was a children's story in the village which had a man who was very Intelligent.
    • Omusaadha Omugezigezi 

      Wekunya, Cornelius (African Storybook Initiative, 2014)
      This is a children's story is narrating the leaving habits of one of the wise man and his wife in the village
    • Omusaadha Omulagaadhavu 

      Enzikuru, Candiru Mary (African Storybook Initiative, 2015)
      This was a children's story narrated on a handsome in the village who had good manners to his society.
    • Omusaadha Omuleeyi Einho 

      Gulere, Cornelius Wambi (African Storybook Initiative, 2014)
      This is a children's story about a very tall man in the village whom everyone was wondering how he survives, because he needs everything to be unique of his height.
    • Oscar Omusablenya 

      Alberts, Ethan (African Storybook Initiative, 2014)
      It is a children's story narrating about a fish species of Nile Perch but named Oscar which had a problem with its sight.