Twin siblings Noah and Sabu take you on their exciting adventures as they explore the world around them. As children to immigrant parents, their world is full of exciting traditions, language and culture. Together with their grandmother, each day is an adventure filled with playful curiosity and obstacles that require the twins to work together as a team. In Book 1, Noah and Sabu’s plan to spend the day at the park is disrupted by a rainy day. Grandma comes up with a plan to keep the twins occupied by allowing them to participate in her daily ritual of a traditional coffee ceremony.


[fts_instagram instagram_id=NoahandSabu pics_count=20 type=hashtag popup=no super_gallery=yes columns=4 force_columns=no space_between_photos=1px icon_size=65px hide_date_likes_comments=no center_container=yes image_stack_animation=no]

Tweets & Retweets

Eritreans in the Diaspora's decades-old noble tradition of solidarity with & compassion for their people back home is on full-swing. Eritreans in the US have raised more than 2.7 million USD in a space of few days for COVID-19. Same campaign is on in Europe, Middle East etc.

Kidane Mihret Church is a historically and architecturally very significant as it constitutes #Eritrea’s last remaining example of the construction technique known as β€œMonkey Head”

This is beyond amazing. What I love about this country (Eritrea) is how we come together as a community to help and support one another.πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡·β€οΈ


Salute & Respect, Hidri #Eritrean youth group in Otawa! Proud of you.πŸ™πŸΎπŸ‡ͺπŸ‡·πŸ™πŸΎ
You're truly the torch-bearers of the Hidri (Legacy) of #Eritrea.
So far, within a week, diaspora Eritreans have raised millions of $USD to stop the #COVID19Pandemic in #Eritrea. #EritreaFightsCOVID19

If you not tryna grow, learn, or stay consistent in any positive aspect of your life while being stuck at home, how do you expect to do it when this is all over?

Load More...