“No two people, even if they are standing next to each other, ever see exactly the same rainbow, and each eye of each observer actually sees a different one,” said David Scott Kastan. Where would we be without colour?

Rangi (ran-gee) means colour in Swahili.

This week we finished our next installment of Swahili kids book for bilingual children, and the process was one of the best experiences of our life.

It was SO much fun!! We are beyond excited to share this book with the world. 💜 

There are many reasons why people don’t write books…not least because it’s extremely hard – even for a simple concept like conveying colours. Forcing yourself to sit down, brainstorm, write, edit, rewrite, edit, cut, add, rewrite, workshop, rewrite and rewrite can be tough!

By the way, we want to say a big ‘well done’ to you if you have written a book! We know that many people try to write but only a few ever succeed. Whether it’s because they didn’t have the time, were unable to make the difficult sacrifices due to family commitments, were too scared that people will discourage them (it happens – people can tell you that you are not good enough), etc., they didn’t do whatever they needed to do to make their goal a reality.

If you went on to finish (or are on your way to completing it), you’re part of a small, select group of people in this world who have. And anytime you’ve worked hard to accomplish a difficult-to-achieve dream, you are, without a doubt, a legend and ought to be congratulated … and, remember, no one can ever take that away from you.

Again, one of our favourites experiences 🌷🌸 – check it out and get a copy for your loved one today ✨: 🔗 https://amzn.to/2KDz4XB.