According to the pair who are now promoting the book which launched in mid-August, they are keen to provide the book as a tool to schools. “Many of the schools we have visited thus far have said they are struggling as much as the pupils due to their limited resources. It would be great to have these books as learning resources in the classroom so we are trying to get businesses involved to sponsor books for schools,” said Govender. Finally, they said, they hope that the book will help reduce the divide in society brought about by the language barrier. We want to bridge the language gap and I think this is a great start,” said Chabalalsing. The books are available from Govender at 078 285 4721 or Chabalalsing at 071 495 2327, as well as distributors in Ballito (Celenia Padayachee at 074 588 6559), Verulam (Sharon Bhiman at 073 617 6816), Amanzimtoti (Nicole Ramlal at 082 853 1971) and Phoenix (Anusha Bhagwath at 082 476 7377).