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Every book, poem or song  you purchase from this page helps us to buy food and other necessities for our girls, be ready with tuition when schools reopen, and to rescue and bring our trafficked girls home. Enjoy your purchases while making a difference in the lives of people you've never met, but united with in spirit.                                                                                                    


Sky-High Tongue Twisters Vol. 1

Tongue twisters are a segment of poetry in short sentences, phrases or verses with words that make the tongue twist when said fast. I wrote most of the tongue twisters in this book during flights to my field work in Kenya and Uganda, from 2015 to 2019. While other passengers played games on their phones, iPads and laptops, or watch movies to pass time, I ceased the opportunity to make my own movies with tongue twisters. By sharing my inspirations, I would like to join the company of those who use words to uplift and engage people in positive ways in communal activities to hear each other and laugh together. I hope you will enjoy my tongue twisters and all the games I have come up with in this book.




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Mama the Storyteller: A companion for Storytellers:

Mama gave me a chance many children of today do not get; to sit around the fire and hear their mothers narrate traditional stories, not from books but from the heart. She changed voices of the different characters and sometimes even sang to bring the stories to life. I had to learn how to pay attention, as there were no books for reference later. “If you do not pay attention and think about what I am telling you, you will have nothing to teach your children when you become a parent,” Mama said over and over. She taught me how to think and figure out what I needed to learn from the stories she told. I hope storytellers will be enriched by the stories Mama told me when I was growing up, and those I have written using her methodology. To be a storyteller you need a rich bank of stories on various themes of life. My intention is to enrich storytellers, and to keep Mama’s memory, she is the best teacher I have ever had. ow available for purchase from (search by title, name or ISBN: 978-1-716-56253-2) Print Book:  Book (5.5 x 8.5) Standard Black & White, 60# White, Paperback, Glossy Cover





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Out of a "Dark and Narrow Tunnel" tells the first part of my life story in my own words.
I wanted to share it and encourage those who might face similar experiences to never give up. In child labor abuse, the narrow survivals during the wars in my country since I was born, and the confusion of life in every direction I looked, I learned that you can conquer every hardship with courage and hope. What does not kill you, strengthens you. As you read my story, I invite you to reflect on your own story too and appreciate all the steppingstones and blessings that have enabled you to get where you are now.

Print Book: Pocket Book (4.25 x 6.875 in / 108 x 175 mm),

Standard Black & White, 60# White, Paperback, Glossy Cover


             Click here to order:  Out of a "Dark and Narrow Tunnel" - Lulu

 Finding the Invisible Road is a fictionalized story from many of my friends' true stories and experiences including mine. It is amalgamated into one awareness story. I have created two main characters, Winnie and Jennifer: from them the story develops to include their friends from various parts of the world whose unconditional love embraces the human race; irrespective of color, language, culture, gender, status religion or status. With all the friends they made along the way, Winnie and Jennifer devoted their lives to uniting people and finding ways to: alleviate suffering, poverty, fighting injustice, illiteracy and disease starting in their home town and extending to refugee camps and slums in Africa. They found the invisible road through educating, empowering, encouraging and embracing all people.       


                              Print Book: Pocket Book (4.25 x 6.875 in / 108 x 175 mm),

                          Standard Black & White, 60# White, Paperback, Glossy Cover






Vision Changes Lives: A Trip to Remember is about our partnership trip to Kenya and Uganda. Both a “A Bridge to Kenya, Inc.” and SITEAW, Inc. sponsored this trip. The intention was to screen and provide eye glasses to people in villages that expressed the need for them in Kenya and Uganda. With our friends Maria and Ulf from Austria, we spent three weeks of intensive work: screening and training screeners and visiting with some SITEAW girls in school. Nothing went as we planned, but nothing of what we were supposed to do was left undone. We learned to let go and submit to the Creator’s will. Gordon and I wrote this book to share our experience and also to raise money and support the trainees we left behind to continue helping the people in their communities who are badly in need of eye glasses.

ISBN 978-1-329-10051-0

Print Book: Pocket Book (4.25 x 6.875 in / 108 x 175 mm),

Standard Black & White, 60# White, Paperback, Glossy Cover

USD 15.88



                                               Vision Changes Lives: A Trip to Remember-lulu

"We Are the People" is a coloring book by Sr. Stella. It is a fundraiser to provide school lunches for SITEAW girls. The message in this book is for all ages. Free shipping.




We Are the People - Lulu › shop › we-are-the-people › paperback

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I hope this poem will help my readers to deepen their love for Mother Earth and take good care of her as she takes good care of us, and everything that exists. I would like you to enjoy this poem and recite it many times until memorized. That is why I composed a melodic refrain to be sung in between the verses. After reciting the poem, putting one's brain to a test by researching and filling in the missing information also broadens the knowledge about Mother Earth. Coloring the pictures makes one a co-author and co-illustrator. This book is for all ages and can spark a group discussion or a bigger project about Mother Earth.

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Harambee Music: I composed these songs to share my cultural rhythms with children and adults who feel like children at heart. Most of the songs are in English but composed on an African beat. As music embraces all languages, I hope even songs in my language and other languages will bring joy to children all over the world. 


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