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African Folk Tales and Other Illustrations

I assume the collection of stories that  I gave the Ministry of Education in Liberia were lost in the civil war that started two weeks later.   However, I kept a copy of my work for myself and have posted three of the tales on my website (Black Snake and the Eggs, Spider and the Honey Tree, and The Chief Who Was No Fool). Zaner Bloser bought two of my stories which I illustrated for a collection of lessons that they had from around the world. 

In addition, my work was discovered and appreciated by The Education Center.   I was excited about these connections.  Unfortunately, the connections dried up when I moved overseas.  I still remain hopeful that one day someone, somewhere, with some kind of connection will see my folk tales and appreciate them for the publishing treasure that they are.

There have been many surprises that have come my way with my art posted on the Internet. You might enjoy checking out my Hall of Fame page for further information about projects ranging from Paris to the Galapagos Islands and Stratford on Avon to Papua New Guinea.