Otuho is an Eastern Nilotic language (also known as Lotuko) spoken in South Sudan.
The readers were translated in cooperation with the Otuho Community of Australia Language School in Melbourne. Please note that the Level 3 books are pre-paginated for hardcopy booklet printing.
|Title||Level||Black and white edition||Colour edition|
|Fruit and vegetables (Angak iko ajasio)||1||b and w (580kb pdf)||colour (850kb pdf)|
|Jobs (Egemita)||1||b and w (680kb pdf)||colour (970kb pdf)|
|Look at me (Imijie jihoŋ)||1||b and w (620kb pdf)||colour (960kb pdf)|
|Where do we go? (Efwo hohoi ajia?)||1||b and w (850kb pdf)||colour (1.2Mb pdf)|
|At the market (Imaji Etinyaŋi)||2||b and w (580kb pdf)||colour (740kb pdf)|
|Crossing the road (Alangio Ikidimi)||2||b and w (840kb pdf)||colour (1.1Mb pdf)|
|Gecko is hungry (Oniama Okudefek)||2||b and w (520kb pdf)||colour (800kb pdf)|
|Homes (Ahaŋitek)||2||b and w (650kb pdf)||colour (1.1Mb pdf)|
|Up and down (Ihide Iko Ifau)||2||b and w (610kb pdf)||colour (1.0Mb pdf)|
|A very tall man (Alle alasaga)||3||colour (3.4Mb pdf)|
|Hyena and tortoise (Ebou iko Etobok)||3||colour (1.1Mb pdf)|