V is for Virgin Islands

Don’t just teach them the ABCs. 


Immerse them in the culture!!


Your Culture. Their Culture. Our Culture.


Available now on Amazon as an *ebook and *paperbook.

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From A to Z : Anansi stories to Zora’s custom designs, V is for Virgin Islands takes you on a cultural journey through the United States Virgin Islands. Reading the pages with your child brings life to the vibrant islands that includes St. Thomas, St. John, and St. Croix.


In addition to learning about the VI culture, the book also provides an educational foundation for children learning their alphabets or getting ready to learn how to read by:


  • • reinforcing recognition of the letters of the alphabets,
  • • introducing your child to new words that begin with each letter,
  • • and in combination with the free companion guide, providing alternative ways to interact with the text and images that makes learning fun.


V is for Virgin Islands is educational in more ways than one. And they won’t even know they’re learning while they’re just having fun!!


Ready to take a trip down memory lane or bring back the nostalgia of what it was like to grow up as a Virgin Islands child? Grab your copy now of V is for Virgin Islands.


“I’ve always had a passion for writing from since elementary school. To have my debut book be a children’s book is just a full circle moment for me.”

Author, Lavelle L. Peters

Free Companion/Activity Guide

This book also comes with a free companion guide that will enhance the reading experience that you will have with your child. It points out some of the educational elements that have been hidden throughout the book, as well as provide conversation starters for older children who may be more advanced that the ABC aspect of the book. Grab yours now. No proof of purchase required. 


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