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BalaPress is an independent publishing house offering a full suite of beautiful stories written by Jamaican authors.

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    BalaPress How to Cope: Parenting a Child with Special Needs

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    If you are a parent relative or other caregiver with the responsibility of the care of a child with a disability or special needs, you are not alone! There is a world-wide “village Community” to inform, guide, inspire and encourage you on your journey. Christine E. Staple Ebanks’ book, How to Cope: Parenting a Child with Special Needs, published by BalaPress, brings it all together for you.

    The Author’s, as well as others’, “lived experience” of being the parent of a child with a disability or special need, bolstered by a rich cache of research, professional expertise, useful tools, and other powerful resources.

    Altogether, you will be enabled to accept and embrace the “gift” that is your child, focus on your child’s ability and not his/her disability, and in the process assert the right to, and advocate for “quality of life” for all.

    USD $24.97
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    BalaPress Kiss Mi Granny

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    Easton Lee’s book, Kiss Mi Granny, published by BalaPress, is a collection of poems and stories that delves into universal matters of the heart and home, of love and loss, of tragedy and triumph, potion making and problem solving.

    All set against the unique backdrop of Jamaica and is infused with, and inspired by, the spice, the wisdom and humour of the island’s countless matriarchs.

    It strives to keep their spirits alive, to pay homage to their strength, perseverance, customs, and their legacy of love, learning, courage, quiet dignity, and grace.

    USD $19.97
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    BalaPress Run Big ‘Fraid…and other village stories

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    Run Big ‘Fraid…and other village stories, by Easton Lee, are stories about real people as they lived their lives in a remote Jamaican setting. Some are sad and may perhaps evoke a tear, others amusing, making you laugh. One or two little risqué, still others make you think.

    Many have much to teach us about ourselves and our people in those times of our grand and great grandparents, how they survived at a time when there were none of the modern amenities and convenience we now take for granted.

    You may learn something of our ancestral lore and ancient wisdom, much of which we have lost, or discarded, or forgotten in our embracing of alien cultures. These are certainly glimpses of what life was like for our people not so long ago. A BalaPress book.

    USD $19.97
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    BalaPress Lest We Find Gold

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    Lest We Find Gold by Melanie Schwapp, is a powerful and compelling masterpiece of fine literature. The rhythmic story weaves between the past and present of Millicent ‘Milly’ Pratt’s life; through the ‘golden’ layers we uncover the secret issues of insecurity, domestic abuse, social prejudice and the internal struggle between fear and acceptance.

    We look beneath the ‘caftan’ that cloaks Milly in self-deception, confusion and pain, and we are left gasping as she strips herself to release the freedom of ‘naked finery’. A BalaPress book.

    USD $24.97
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    BalaPress My New Normal: Reflections of a Stroke Survivor

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    Richly threaded with Scripture and motivational quotes, Hilary Wehby’s My New Normal: Reflections of a Stroke Survivor, weaves a compelling tale of the sudden and traumatic impact of a stroke, the journey of recovery, the power of God, the power of faith, the power of love and the power of the mind to persevere and overcome. A Balapress book

    This inspiring story is told simply, openly and honestly, from the heart of someone who knows what it is to have experienced the dark of “death’s door”, and through God’s good grace have been restored to the light of life, love and living.

    USD $19.97

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