Here  is a List of KCSE New Approved Set books for secondary schools in Kenya 2018-2022.

The Ministry of Education has approved literature books to be used in secondary schools between 2018 and 2022.

In a directive to school heads across the country, Pius Mutisya, the director for Quality Assurance said the new books will replace those that have been in use since 2013.

“The books for the period 2018-2023 have a running footnote on every page stating “Approved by KICD 2017 Edition” and “Kimeidhiniwa na KICD Tolep 2017” for English and Kiswahili respectively,” he said.

According to the ministry, the books have a security tag on the cover which when scratched will reveal a 16 digit pin number to ensure that only genuine books are bought.

“When the pin number is sent by mobile SMS to 22776 you will receive a message confirming whether the copy is genuine or pirated.”

For English, the optional set books will include The Pearl by John Steinbeck and will be sold for Sh395 published by Bookmark Africa.

For short stories, students will have to buyMemories we Lost by Chris Wanjala published by Moran Publishers and will retail at Sh380 (2017-2021) and the Play will be Inheritance by David Mulawa published by Longhorn, retailing at Sh370(2018-2022).

In Kiswahili, students will read Chozi la Heri by Assumpta K. Matei published by One Planet and Media Sevices and will retail at Sh345.

It will replace Lidagaa Kimemwozea for the duration of 2018-2022.

Kigogo by Pauline Kea Kyovi will retail for Sh325 between 2017-2021 and the short stories will be Tumbo Lisiloshiba na Hadithi Nyingine by Alifa Chokocho na Dumu Kayanda published by Longhorn between 2017-2021.

It will retail at Sh420.

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Dear C’s
we have Kenyan children in private schools.
did you consider them on the text books.
tax payers does not limit in them whatsoever.

please private school s have their budgets with them not the govt. or alternatively present your cash to government for planning