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Liberia Unscrabbled: A Game Book Paperback – October 16, 2015
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About the Author
A descendent of Liberia settlers, Ophelia S. Lewis has penned several books that exhibit Liberian society. Author of the popular heart-man novels, Heart Men and Dead Gods (HM2), Ms. Lewis has also written two collections of short stories, The Dowry of Virgins & Other Stories and Montserrado Stories; a book of essay, My Dear Liberia; and a collection of poems, Journeys. These books provide a view into Liberia society, one cannot get from the headlines. Lewis has also written two children’s books; A is for Africa and The Good Manner Alphabets (How to be a super polite kid). Ms. Lewis writes full-time and lives with her family in Georgia. Connect with Ms. Lewis; read her blog, BeEncouraged (www.ophelialewis/wp), send a friend request on Facebook (www.facebook.com/ophelia.lewis), follow her on twitter @ophie2020, or visit her website for updates on her latest work, www.ophelialewis.com.
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With much chronological implication, historically speaking, Ophelia Lewis took time and with meticulous concentration and interest in putting together a book which is both amusing and detailed! Liberia Unscrabbled is therefore an educative workshop on happenings traversing Liberia's past and present. Lewis latest effort says Editors Guild Liberia "will be an important instructional material also for students interested in knowing the major contours and events of Africa's oldest republic the last decades before."
Ophelia Lewis does an excellent job in laying out this work. It is easy to follow.