Izetta R. Cooper has loved books since she was a child. Liberia – A Visit Through Books is part biography and part bibliography. Within these covers, you will learn about the woman who: lovingly raised three children and several foster children while supporting her husband’s medical career introduced the Dewey Decimal System to the University […]
My Little Musu is a Liberian lullaby from a young mother to her daughter. Musu is a word from the Vai ethnic group that means “lady.”
Sundaymah and Sundaygar are two siblings who live in Grand Bassa County in Liberia. On the way to visit their Auntie Mardie’s house in Monrovia, they encounter various characters in the big city and have an experience that introduces them to a very important word.