Children’s Book on Clean Water, Sanitation Set in Liberia

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Liberian-American writer/blogger Chantal Victoria has released her first children’s book, Janjay, set in Liberia.

The plot of the book centers around 8-year-old Janjay, a smart, curious, energetic girl who one day neglects her responsibility of collecting clean water for her family to join a friend for an afternoon adventure.

According to a press release, the story is packed with humor and local language dialogue to capture the essence of Liberian culture.

Children everywhere can enjoy the tale because of relatable characters, relationships, and experiences. There is a strong message on the global issue of access to clean water that resonates with millions of girls around the world.

The book is available on May 24 in paperback, eBook, and audiobook versions everywhere books are sold including on the author’s site (www.chantalvictoria.com/books), Amazon, Barnes & Noble, audible, and iBooks.

About Chantal Victoria

Chantal Victoria (Chantal Victoria Kyei, nee Bright) is a first generation Liberian-American. Due to the civil wars in Liberia, her family sought refuge in the United States where she grew up in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She holds a Master’s with a concentration in Environmental Management from the University of Pennsylvania and a Bachelor of Arts in English and Political Science.

She resides in London, England with her husband.

For more information about Janjay, please visit www.chantalvictoria.com or contact by email at [email protected]

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