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By Aboriginal Excellence, Aug 26 2019 12:00PM

Now 8 years old, Vanae follows up her first coloring book by publishing 2 more!

St. John, VI, August 26, 2019

While most elementary students are preparing for grade school; Vanae is busy creating coloring books that are both entertaining and educational. After such an amazing response to her first book back in 2017 Vanae knew she was on to something. Since then she has been busy learning and growing herself. With the help of her moher, she has also been busy building her book empire. She has traveled to many schools doing what she loves sharing her creation with children everywhere. Her first book was received globally by all ages which motivated her to make a bigger impact! Proving the saying "you're never too young to teach and you're never too old to learn" to be true. Volumes 2 & 3 of The Indigenous Adventures Of Princess Vanae are avaiable for pre-order now! Each book is sure to be a collectors items!!

By Aboriginal Excellence, Aug 21 2017 10:00AM

Vanae James-Bey with students at Glady's Abraham Elementary School
Vanae James-Bey with students at Glady's Abraham Elementary School

Vanae doing what she loves to do best. At the age of 6 she had the pleasure of sharing her coloringbooks with students and teach them about different cultures. Proving that you're never too young to teach and you're never too old to learn! The sky's the limit!

By guest, Mar 28 2017 01:52PM

Virgin Gorda BVI, March 28, 2017-- 6 years old Vanae James-Bey has garnered much attention with her new coloring book. A coloring book which celebrates indigenous cultures from around the world. Truly the first of its kind; it lets children explores different cultures while enjoying the age-old pastime of coloring.

The 6 years old created the book with the help of her mother after she noticed that traditional coloring books not only didn't look like her, but she also didn't learn anything from them. Noticing the lack of representation of indigenous people Vanae is seeking to fill the void. Vanae loves learning about different cultures and has a thirst for knowledge. Culture is important in her family as well as staying in touch with their indigenous heritage.

She hopes other young children will not only learn from the book but enjoy coloring and being creative. The idea is to inspire others to learn and explore cultures outside of their own. She plans on authoring more books in the near future. Visist to order.

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