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A Naked Lie
Based on actual events, these fictitious short stories are set in postwar Liberia following the end of the civil war. A Naked Lie - The liar spoke with assurance, using common knowledge to slide the ...Book Details
Author : Nemen M. Kpahn
Publish : 2019
Publisher : Village Tales Publishing
A Naked Lie: and other stories
Accelerating Africa's Integration
This book is about accelerating Africa's integration through the application of the growth triangle concept. Filled with rich experiences backed by research, this book is also a powerful account of ho...Book Details
Author : Kojo Boafo Asiedu
Publish : 2015
Publisher : Author House
Accelerating Africa’s Integration
A selection of writings and speeches on the political evolution of the West African Republic of Liberia from 1978 to 2001 by a Liberian political activist who has been at the center of the political d...Book Details
Author : H. Boima Fahnbulleh
Publish : 2004
Publisher : Universal Publishers
Across the Landscape: Selected Political Writings and Speeches on Liberia–1978-2001
Africa On My Mind
After two years as an early Peace Corps volunteer teacher in Liberia, one woman's five-decade effort to learn about and to educate Americans about African peoples and countries....Book Details
Author : Angene Wilson
Publish : 2013
Publisher : Peace Corps Writers
Africa On My Mind
The incredible true story of Chucky Taylor, the only American ever convicted of torture. Chucky Taylor was an average American teenager until he got a call from his father, a man who would become the...Book Details
Author : Johnny Dwyer
Publish : 2016
Publisher : Vintage Books
American Warlord: A True Story
In An Obituary for Hawa Barchue, C. William Allen takes his readers on a roller-coaster ride through life in his motherland, Liberia. during the years immediately before that country was plunged into ...Book Details
Author : C. William Allen
Publish : 2007
Publisher : New Africa Press
An Obituary for Hawa Barchue
Another America
The first popular history of the former American slaves who founded, ruled, and lost Africa's first republic In 1820, a group of about eighty African Americans reversed the course of history and sail...Book Details
Author : James Ciment
Publish : 2014
Publisher : Hill and Wang
Another America: The Story of Liberia and the Former Slaves Who Ruled It
Ashes of My Heart
Ashes of My Heart takes us on a journey through moods of a woman, motherhood, and memories. She gives her raw sentiments. Lamelle writes from the heart and shares in-depth emotions and draws you into ...Book Details
Author : Lamelle Shaw
Publish : 2017
Publisher : FORTE Publishing
Ashes of My Heart
Avoid Mosquitoes
In the compelling memoir Avoid Mosquitoes¿and Other Impossibilities, Nancy Sellin narrates the details of her journey across the world to Liberia, West Africa, where she and her husband intended to s...Book Details
Author : Nancy Shellin
Publish : 2009
Publisher : iUniverse
Avoid Mosquitoes and Other Impossibilities
Ballah Makes Shapes
One day in class, Ms. Wleh taught her first-grade class about shapes. Ballah wanted to learn more. When he got home, he noticed there were all kinds of different shapes everywhere in Soul Clinic Commu...Book Details
Author : Augustus Y. Voahn
Publish : 2017
Publisher : Village Tales Publishing
Ballah Makes Shapes
Becoming Ebony
Recapturing the celebratory voice of Africa in poems that are both contemporary and traditional, Liberian-born Patricia Jabbeh Wesley weaves lyrical storytelling with oral history and images of Africa...Book Details
Author : Patricia Jabbeh Wesley
Publish : 2003
Publisher : Southern Illinois University Press
Becoming Ebony
Before the Palm Could Bloom
In Before the Palm Could Bloom, Patricia Jabbeh Wesley writes poems of the Liberian civil war and of the devastation it has wrought: 200,000 dead –– including 50,000 children –– and 750,000 ci...Book Details
Author : Patricia Jabbeh Wesley
Publish : 1998
Publisher : New Issues Poetry and Prose
Before the Palm Could Bloom: Poems of Africa
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