Monrovia, Liberia- The Kids Educational Engagement Project (KEEP) will launch its newest children’s book on September 12, 2020.

Titled “Sundaymah’s Adventure”, the book follows 10-year old Sundaymah who hails from the Bassa tribe as she works through her fear of public speaking.

The book will be formally launched at the Young Women Christian Association( YWCA), in KEEP’s Reading Room, at 10:00am.

The Launch will be followed by a Fundraising Walk-through Food Sales. The purschased food is intended to be taken away. Autographed copies of the book will be complimentarily given to guests who purchase tickets to the Food Sales.

“Sundaymah’s Adventure” brings to 3 the number of books launched by the organization in 2020. It is also book one of three which is being published under “The Overcoming Series”. The Series follows three cousins as they confront and deal with different obstacles and inhibiting fears to their personal growth and development. Until these challenges are confronted and overcome, they realize that they will not achieve the fullness of their individual potentials.

These publications are directly linked to KEEP’s goal of promoting a reading culture in Liberia and are in furtherance of KEEP’s National Reading Campaign launched in February 2020.

It also promotes the creation of culturally relatable books to which Liberian students can more easily connect while developing and improving Liberian children’s love and passion for reading.

The book was written by KEEP’s founder, Brenda Brewer Moore and illustrated by Frank Dwuye.