In 2012, Village Tales Publishing launched its Children’s Literature division, Sapo Children’s Book. Reading offers a wealth of knowledge and we hope our books unlock the love of reading for children everywhere. Our books are for readers and listeners up to age 12, most books are illustrated, and multi-cultural.
Learning With Sapo 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.
We are committed to building a partnership between independent authors and readers. VTP Children’s Literature has created a platform to make your book available to readers through our Sapo Children’s Book program. Independent authors of Children’s Books can have their links added to our website for free. If you would like to have your Children’s Book published, please contact publisher@villagetalespublishing for more information.
Reading Our World
Village Tales Publishing commitment to printing multi-cultural children’s books are good enough reasons for our readers’ expectations. We make sure all Sapo Children’s Books listed for African children literacy process meet that expectation.
Our world is filled with amazing people, places, and things; why not publish books that will help teachers and parents include our world in our children’s reading practice?
All our Children’s Books are notably playing a vital role in building a useful source of books African children can relate to culturally. We are excited to be part of this incredible undertaking and intend to work continuously, stressing the importance of books that put our children on the road to literacy.
Teacher Jeanette Kinder Kollege
Bringing change to Liberia educational system with engaging curriculum backed by qualified, experienced teachers.
Our Kindergarten Curriculum include
- Reading: Alphabet, Basic Phonics, Words, Word Families, and Sight Words
- Math: Numbers 0–100, Shapes, Introduction to Addition and Subtraction, Patterns, and Telling Time
- World Around Us: The Four Seasons; the Earth, Moon, Sun, and Planets
- Art & Colors: Colors and Shades of Colors
Sapo National Park is Liberia’s largest protected reserve, and home to hundreds of mammals and over five hundred types of birds; but the pygmy hippopotamus is the star of the park. Besides being a refuge for these numerous wildlife species, the park represents one of the most intact forest ecosystems in the region. There are more than a thousand species of flowering plants, over a thousand different insects, and several species of reptiles; many of which can only be found in Sapo National Park.
And now … Camp Pootie-Cho, a fictional world within Sapo National Park.
In West Africa… A group of friends living in Sinoe County, Liberia, learn about friendship and life. These third graders may not get along all the time, but they always come together to form a solution at Camp Pootie-Cho.