Concerned Father Creates Children’s Book Series To Help Make Learning About Valuable Black History Information Fun Again

 

Concerned Father Creates Children’s Book Series To Help Make Learning About Valuable Black History Information Fun Again

 

Orlando, FL (January 16, 2017) – EOTO Books & Publishing announced today the immediate release of “The Christopher OluFela Series of Books for Kids” written by father and creative children’s picture book author Lee Chavous. The books take a unique approach to inform young readers of a rich African American history books for kids, Christopher OluFela, heritage, American history, freedom, African American, ancestry, young readersand their critical stories played throughout American History. Chavous said “The level of information in the books and the attention to details for young learners is often missed and too often not taught.”

The full set is comprised of four (4) titles thus far with the next currently in the writing process. Volume 1: “A Journey to Freedom” an easy-to-read, very informative book that gives kids a great overview of the African American ancestors’ journey when they first arrived in the Americas; Volume 2: “The Wonders of Africa” introduces young readers to why the African continent is such an important and interesting place in our world; Volume 3: “Dreams of My Ancestors” gives young readers a long-overdue look at who the African American ancestors were before they came to the Americas; Volume 4: “100 Roses” turns a bright spotlight on the many extraordinary African American women who displayed enormous bravery, courage, intelligence, and enterprise to overcome the tremendous odds against her to help African Americans gain civil rights and fair treatment in America. The book series is recommended for young readers and use by storytellers of every age.

 

The Christopher OluFela Series of Books for Kids:

A children’s book series to point out, not only were the African American ancestors multi-faceted human beings, but also they had a human history! They fought extremely hard to restore their human rights from the beginning against great obstacles, and paved the way for us to enjoy the many freedoms and liberties we enjoy today. Website: EOTOBOOKS.com

 

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