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6 Amazing Books Released in 2018 by Liberian Authors




The editors of C Liberia Clearly choose the best fiction and nonfiction Liberian books of 2018.

Monrovia Rain and Other Stories Lost and Found offers moving perspectives on day-to-day life in the throes, and in the aftermath, of the civil war that affected every Liberian in some way. The authors portray tension within families, the hustle out on the streets, the plight of street children, the exploitation of young women, and the continuous search for answers and closure. This short but powerful collection, along with the authors’ reflections on their stories, will help you understand the people who lived through the conflict just a little bit more.

 Under Ducor Skies mirrors life in its various forms—love, growth, adventure, everyday happenings and experiences of people, near and far - known and unknown. You’ll be entertained, inspired, provoked, and pushed to think beyond the layers of what seems ordinary. It is a voyage of dreamers and wanderers, who’ve held onto the tattered threads of their dreams; pushing beyond limitations and challenges, to make something of themselves. Readers will be given a front row seat into Ducor, the city of dreams, through the authors’ lens. They’ll enjoy the openness, depth, vulnerability, and ease with which she shares each poem. Together, they’ll open old scars, mend wounds, laugh, cry, heal and rise.


A Walk for Survival: Escaping the Liberian Civil War: This is the author's story and account of what was seen happened as a child.

 Better Together (Adventures at Camp Pootie-Cho) by  (L. M. Logan):
“Adventures at Camp Pootie-Cho” takes readers into the tropical Liberian rainforest to learn from its special animal campers. In this adventure, it’s Field Day. Solo Dawg and Zaq Lyons become team captains. As they race through different obstacles, the campers must choose to move quickly or stick together. See which animals make it and which ones don’t, in this fun story about teamwork. On your mark. Get set. Go!


 The ultimate family collection of funny and wise Liberian parables and animal tales!
A cultural nugget for Liberians! Full of ancient and funny stories about Spider and his trickery, dogs, monkeys and other cunning animals!
Collected for you by the Giant German Gina- the white Liberian!

 Tribes of the Liberian Hinterland (George Schwab):
This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy

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