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Delta Maria websites works in tanden with Delta Maria Publishing House (DPH) and Odeiga House (ODH) to provide excellent African Cookery video clips which celebrate Africa's finest cuisines. (See more details at the lower end of the 'Curriculum use' area).


Silhouettes of a Treasured Heritage is a fictional narrative, which examines the consequences of being a person of racially mixed parentage in our world today.It is a thrilling and critical appreciation of such experiences as told by Miranda - the heroine; experiences that would be familar to many people of similar background.


Triumph of the Water Lily is a celebration of womanhood. It is a moving exploration of life and death, in which Effua, the narrator, tells a passionate story of trial and tribulation, of the triumph of love and life, even in the throes of death.


In African mythology/fables, the Tortoise is endowed with wit and cunning. Time and time again, the Tortise with the use of this wit and ingenuity, outwits rivals, be they animals or humans. The Tortise however, demonstrates in fable after fable that cunning, when combined with greed only leads to humilation and self ridicle.



These wooden plaque commemorate Elmina castle. The evocative prose etched on the plaque speaks of the intense pain African mothers and father, husbands and wives, brothers and sisters experienced when they discovered their cherished ones had forever been taken away from them.



Orisun of the Savanah Grassland is a contemporary tale, which gives us an inkling into how Africans perceive animals of the wild and their perception of the psyche of these animals.



These wooden(Mahogany) plaque commemorate Elmina castle. The evocative prose etched on the plaque speaks of the intense pain African mothers and fathers, husbands and wives, brothers and sisters experienced when they discovered their cherished ones had forever been taken away from them.



The Tortoise and the Sardines is a traditional African cautionary tale. It is often recounted to children, to alert them to the dangers of taking people at face value. It warns children to be wary and cautious with strangers; especially when they are outside the safety, of the home and family.



Seluwa of the Fulani people tells us about the sense of community and camaraderie that exists amongst desert dwellers and travellers. Seluwa's tale has been described as both contemporary and enchanting. It is a tale, which lends us an insight into the alluring beauty of the desert and the oasis regions.