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Traditional Children’s Book Featured in Beijing International Book Fair 2016

Author shares traditional stories that teach values to children.


Takoma Park, Maryland – WEBWIRE
Stories from the Central African Republic
Volume 1
Written by Philomene Koya
Stories from the Central African Republic Volume 1 Written by Philomene Koya

The book is a collection of stories that teach children about life. Fables, written with vivid details, capture the essence of African storytelling. Readers will surely be delighted with the cultural relevance and values the tales convey.

On the 23rd Beijing International Book Fair (BIBF), LitFire Publishing featured Philomene Koya’s book, entitled Stories from the Central African Republic: Volume 1. The event spanned from August 24 to 28, 2016, at China International Exhibition Center in Chaoyang Qu, Beijing, China.

The book is a collection of stories that teach children about life. Fables, written with vivid details, capture the essence of African storytelling. Readers will surely be delighted with the cultural relevance and values the tales convey.     

As quoted from the book, “In life, you must never complicate things. When God blesses you, you must accept your blessings with humility. Most of the time, a human being is not satisfied with what he has. He always wants more and more and has a tendency to sometimes live above his true life.”

Stories from the Central African Republic may be a children’s book, but its lessons are for everyone. It reminds us that although life is unfair, it’s not going to be that way all the time.

Through BIBF, Koya made an impression in a new market. The Asian publishing industry is a good way for readers and writers to widen their horizons.

 
 

Stories from the Central African Republic
Volume 1
Written by Philomene Koya
Paperback | $9.95
Book copies are available at www.amazon.com, www.barnesandnoble.com, and other online book retailers.
 
 
 

About the Author

Philomene Koya is from the Central African Republic. She graduated with a degree in administration and computer from Pigier Institute in France. She lives with her two children in Takoma Park, Maryland.
 


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