I have not paid much attention to books from and/or about Botswana. What has happened to reading and writing in Botswana since Bessie Head? Here we have a look at the situation in Botswana.
National Geografic is well known by its many televised movies and stories with superb pictures from wildlife and nature. The organization also publishes books. A few years back I read a book on the Blue Nile. Now I have read a book by the couple Dereck and Berley Joubert who do a lot of filming … Continue reading review THE AFRICA DIARIES
Tippi of Africa is the remarkable story of a child that born and raised in Nambia, while her parents worked as photographers of the beautiful wildlife in this country and neighbouring countries. So from an early age she grew up together with many wild animals that were lurking around the differen campsites where she stayed … Continue reading review TIPPI OF AFRICA
The American writer Norman Rush (1933) worked during the years 1978-1983 in Botswana as a Peace Corps volunteer. His stay in this southern African country in Botswana is the foundation for six stories in this collection. Each story centers around white people who work in this country and who try in one way or the … Continue reading review WHITES