12 Years old Latoya Likambi Hits The Road With Her Second Book

Staring the role model in her last book, Short Stories by Latoya Likambi, Kasey Anderson has returned with a whole new adventure this time! But a twist is added: did you realize her self-esteem has dropped? Unfortunately, it has dropped way down to the bottom of the esteem-meter. Nevertheless, her future depends on herself; if her self-esteem increases, then she will inevitably be the best she can be!

Take a deep breath, buckle your seatbelts, and get ready for the journey! You are about to go on an unforgettable plane ride with Kasey, soaring through clouds of trouble and dodging through storms of drama. Will she land on her dream birthday cloud?

This is an inspiring story based on a teenage girl called Kasey, she will experience everyday changes and challenges, just like an ordinary girl. But it inspires young girls to be better. Even if you think you are the best, you can always do better, making each new day better than the previous.


Latoya Likambi is a highly confident, eloquent, and very inspiring 12-year-old Cameroonian-British from Liverpool. She is currently in year 7 and wrote her first book at the tender age of 7 years, which was then edited and published when she was 10.

She is a very creative, strong-minded, and a visionary young girl, with an astonishing life vision. She is grounded by her profound Christian foundation and family values – rooted in the fact that, she and every single child worldwide is a unique creation of God, with very unique and exceptional creative abilities and potential to add value to our world and make it a much better, loving, and kind place to live in.

She strongly believes that no human is disabled and in an interview on BBC Radio Merseyside with Helen Jones of Daybreak, she confidently said, ” Disability is just a word used by humans.” She says, “No child/ human is disabled, even if they are blind or handicapped, they have all got different and special abilities.”

Latoya is the author of Short Stories by Latoya Likambi. While in primary school, she won various awards as best writer of the week and month, and has been a reading ambassador and school counselor for her school, and also had an inspiring Poem of hers published in A Liverpool Talented Writer’s book when she was 8.

She is also very passionate about fine art and design and is currently working on her own clothing line and her next book on women’s rights, due to be published by August 2019.

Latoya is highly inspired by her mum, Dr Sylvia Forchap-Likambi, Jacqueline Wilson, and Rachel Renee Russell; and hopes to write a series of books that will be available and read in schools across the country and in Cameroon. Her motto is “My Words Are Life, My Words Will I Use to Build My Life and the Lives of Others.”

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