Sexy-Like-A-Book is a Martha Juah Educational Foundation initiative, designed to inspire young women and girls to improve their perspective on reading, literacy, and education.
It is a wonderful blessing to be one of the sponsors for Sexy-Like-A-Book. We encourage you to join us to inspire these young girls to dream big and strive to achieve the unimaginable, in spite of societal and cultural limitations.
Please Donate and help to nurture and develop Liberia’s next generation of leaders.
Pre-K to Grade 6
Culturally relevant workbooks for Liberian children, covering Social Studies, Technology, Language Arts (Reading), Primary Arithmetic (Math), Language Arts (Spelling), Language Arts (Writing), Primary Bible Lessons, Science, and Handwriting.
Reading Our World
Teacher Jeanette is an initiative emphasized on the academic development of young children by making available books and workbooks that help parents and teachers inspire literacy and learning for children in African developing countries; publishing academic books students can relate to culturally. The importance of preparing students with a solid educational foundation, making a difference in the lives of children as they prepare for their educational journey.
Visit the website to learn more about Teacher Jeanette Kinder Kollege workbooks.
Our No Child Left Behind is a 2-year program with partnership with an orphanage in Liberia, using Teacher Jeanette Kinder Kollege workbooks.
Bringing the Classroom to Students
Quality Primary Education Anywhere
No Child Left Behind
A collective partnership of Liberia Literary Society organization and the orphanages we partner with to enhance the education of children living in the orphanages.
Our goal is to help children living in an orphanage (and other rural communities with no access to school) meet the basic needs of quality primary education.
The Write Tools
We accept cash donations to purchase new laptops; we also accept new and refurbished laptops pre-installed with open source software. By preloading open-source software onto donated laptops, we’re opening up new opportunities to impoverished people who have been left behind in technology.
These laptops are offered to our scholarship recipient students and used in writing workshops.
Liberia Literary Society
7269 Zane Ct. N
Brooklyn Park, MN 55429
2JN Lewis scholarship committee intends to award a scholarship of $1,000 a year ($500 per semester) for up to four years to a deserving student.
Scholarship is rewarded beyond initial award, with a requirement to keep a grade point average of 3.5 or above. No financial obligation is required; just merit.
Any high school senior who is a Liberian citizen is eligible to apply.