The Nutmeg Princess

Author: Richardo Keens-Douglas
Publisher: Annick Press
ISBN: 9781554516001
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The Nutmeg Princess from the Author: Richardo Keens-Douglas. On the Isle of Spice in the Caribbean, Aglo and his friend Petal look for the beautiful Nutmeg Princess, who has thousands of tiny braids, with a dewdrop like a diamond at the end of each, and lives at the bottom of a lake, appearing only when the nutmegis ready for picking.

The Nutmeg Princess

Author: Richardo Keens-Douglas
Publisher: Annick Press
ISBN: 9781554515998
Size: 22.66 MB
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The Nutmeg Princess from the Author: Richardo Keens-Douglas. On the Isle of Spice in the Caribbean, Aglo and his friend Petal look for the beautiful Nutmeg Princess, who has thousands of tiny braids, with a dewdrop like a diamond at the end of each, and lives at the bottom of a lake, appearing only when the nutmegis ready for picking.

The Nutmeg Princess

Author: Richardo Keens-Douglas
Publisher: Annick Pr
ISBN: 9781550372397
Size: 32.90 MB
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The Nutmeg Princess from the Author: Richardo Keens-Douglas. Ricardo Keens-Douglas is one Canada's favorite children's writers.

The Nutmeg Princess

Author: Priscilla Galloway
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Size: 33.18 MB
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The Nutmeg Princess from the Author: Priscilla Galloway.

Who S Who In Black Canada 2

Author: Dawn P. Williams
Publisher: Who's Who in Black Canada
ISBN: 0973138424
Size: 68.89 MB
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Who S Who In Black Canada 2 from the Author: Dawn P. Williams. In this second edition of Who's Who in Black Canada, Dawn Williams updates her tome of Black achievements and success in Canada, with over 730 entries. Province by province, this indispensable educational and networking tool puts the spotlight on the impressive range of achievements of Blacks in Canada- from business leaders to musicians to engineers, artists, doctors, judges and filmmakers. Filled with information and inspiration, Who's Who in Black Canada 2 is an excellent resource for schools, libraries, professionals and those working with youth.

Black Authors And Illustrators Of Books For Children And Young Adults

Author: Barbara Thrash Murphy
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780815320043
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Black Authors And Illustrators Of Books For Children And Young Adults from the Author: Barbara Thrash Murphy. Presents biographies of 274 authors and artists, including birthplace, education, approach to art or literature, career development, awards and honors, and bibliography.

Reading The World With Picture Books

Author: Nancy Polette
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 159884587X
Size: 29.29 MB
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Reading The World With Picture Books from the Author: Nancy Polette. This valuable reference guide provides suggestions of picture books set in more than 70 countries in each continent of the world, along with standards-based activities. * Features original booktalk activities and a bibliography of books from around the world that exceeds 400 titles, spanning over 70 countries * Each section begins with a list of the countries within that continent and provides basic information about the continent * Provides fun mnemonics to help young students remember countries and continents * Includes indexes by title, author, and illustrator

Henrietha

Author: Joyce M Johnson
Publisher: FriesenPress
ISBN: 1770673784
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Henrietha from the Author: Joyce M Johnson. A pair of novellas about friendship and endurance in the face of hardship. In the titular story, Johnson introduces an unlikely pair of friends: Joanna White, a white Canadian journalist struggling to overcome the breakup of her long-term relationship, and Henrietha Browne, a Jamaican woman who has seen her share of troubles. Henrietha relates her history of oppression and abuse as well as her quest to find autonomy in a world beset with racism, sexism and poverty. In the process, Joanna comes to a deeper understanding of her own oppression and how her identity, while playing a role in both her successes and failures, is more of a bridge than a barrier to her communion with women of all races and backgrounds. Waiting for the World to Change, a smaller novella, follows a similar structure as black, Canadian, criminal, lawyer, Susan Ottawa leads the defense team in a high profile murder case while drawing strength from her 'jural god' Johnny Cochrane and who seeks counsel with Jamaican housekeeper Anita Kingsley. As they share their feelings about men, religion and racism, Susan sees her life in a new light and slowly opens her heart to Anita's brand of optimistic spirituality. The mirrored structures of both novellas tie them together.