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IT’S A SHE by MAGDALENE MATTHEWS

IT’S A SHE

A TALE OF LIFE, LOSS AND LOVE

by MAGDALENE MATTHEWS

Pages: 262

Dimensions: 5.5 x 8.5

Category
  • BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY - Personal Memoirs
  • SELF-HELP - Personal Growth - General

Type : Paperback

ISBN : 9781662822940

Price : $17.49

This book will be available to purchase on
November 21, 2021.



Born in the womb of Mama Liberia, “IT’S A SHE” traverses geographical boundaries gripping the reader’s mind, and emotions taking you through a journey of power, loss, determination, failure, and the author’s favorite words—persistence and resilience. Beautifully expressed, the author allows the reader a peek into her pain, weakness, and worries to a place of determination, rising, and overcoming.
“IT’S A SHE: A TALE OF LIFE, LOSS, AND LOVE” is a clarion call to readers of all ages to rise up and dare to be that which they have only dreamt of being. Based on the author’s gripping real-life experience, Magdalene vividly paints a picture of sheltered privilege, shattered dreams, overcoming obstacles, and a determination to succeed.
“IT’S A SHE” raises a mirror to the reader’s mind, spirit, and soul, pointing out the broken and scarred areas of life, yet inspiring the reader to wear those scars boldly even while seeking to heal and break the proverbial glass ceilings to reach one’s dream. “IT'S A SHE” is a profound testimonial of the power of resilience against all odds.


Magdalene Matthews Ofori-Kuma is a Water, Sanitation, Hygiene (WASH) and Development Specialist with a dozen years of work and research experience across United Nations agencies and donor entities. A 2011 Harvard Cyprus Program Scholar and 2015 Mandela Washington Fellow, Magdalene holds a master’s in Environmental Health from the Harvard Cyprus International Institute for Environmental and Public Health in Cyprus. A wife and mother of two, she has also authored RISE! Redeeming the Future of Liberia, A Practical Guide to Self-Development. Magdalene hopes her compelling life story of life, loss, and love demonstrates that mountains can be moved.

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