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David Muir’s archival eye has snapped moments in time memorialized in books, exhibits, and galleries at home and abroad. Muir’s special love for candid, cultural and lifestyle photography inspires his work, and is a signature component of his acclaimed art collections.
His photo art collection, Pieces of Jamaica™, was critically acclaimed and led to national and international exhibition tours. In 2012, works from the exhibition were published as a coffee table book titled Pieces of Jamaica™: The Real Rock Edition.
The book features vivid photographs capturing Jamaica’s rustic reality revealing the island’s spirited humanity and the intrinsic beauty found in its people. Dynamic live performances, dance and theater are brought to life through Muir’s still photography.USD $49.97USD $49.97
Dive into the wonderful world of Caribbean animals with My Caribbean Colouring Book. Whether you love owls or ibises, iguanas or starfish, My Caribbean Colouring Book presents animal friends from in the air and deep beneath the sea. It’s a great way to learn about animals from across the Caribbean while having lots of coloring fun! In here you’ll meet coneys and crocodiles, dolphins and dragonflies, and even monkeys and manatees.
Come learn, play and colour!USD $5.97
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
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
In this Breadfruit Kingdom features over 60 poems selected by Mervyn Morris, Poet Laureate of Jamaica. This anthology bears poems rooted in reflections on history, family, love, lust, memory and identity. They move with ease across diverse rhythms, voice, attitude and language. Here, new and exciting voices mingle with some of the best-known Jamaican poets as well as poets from elsewhere who lived on the island. As with eating a fragrant, warm, and well-roasted breadfruit, this anthology will fill you.
In This Breadfruit Kingdom book, brings together poetry from Jacqueline Bishop, Stewart Brown, H.D. Carberry, Colin Channer, Afua Cooper, Christine Craig, Kwame Dawes, Lorna Goodison, Millicent Graham, Ishion Hutchinson, Linton Kwesi Johnson, Ann Margaret Lim, Hannah Lowe, Mbala, Shara McCallum, Kei Miller, Pamela Mordecai, Mutabaruka, Oku Onuora, Geoffrey Philp, Velma Pollard, Claudia Rankine, Dennis Scott, Olive Senior, Tanya Shirley, Andrew Stone, and many others.USD $17.97USD $17.97