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  • Heritage Wonders Art and Craft for Elementary School

    Art and Craft for Elementary School contains 52, easy-to-make arts and crafts projects which can be made in short time periods.  User are guided through each project, with step-by-step pictures.

    USD $16.99
  • Blue Banyan Books – A Different Me A Better You

    In Blue Banyan Book A Different Me A Better You, Janet Morrison eloquently tackles complex subjects with a breath and understanding that provides lessons to all who read it. What starts as a story about difference goes on to reveal how similarities in the challenges we all face.

     

    Follow five young men as they navigate and triumph over obstacles, face acceptance for their difference and manage to have a little fun along the way. This celebration of differently-abled children is a must read

    USD $12.97
  • Blue Banyan Books Yum Yum Yummy

    A part of the Peenie Wallie series, this board book is full to bursting with a sweet-sweet rhyme offering up both rhythm and flavour. It’s packed with colourful, tangy, and tasty Jamaican fruits like mangoes, star apples and sweet sop.

     

    And the vibrant watercolour illustrations look oh so juicy and yum, yum, yummy! Yum Yum Yummy is a celebration of Caribbean fruits. Not only does it feature vibrant colors but it also makes a great read-aloud book for the little ones.

     

    Author: Theresa C Givans

    Illustrator: Richard Nattoo

    Binding: Board book

    Pages: 12

    USD $12.97
  • Blue Banyan Books A Pig in a Parachute

    Just add imagination! With A Pig in a Parachute, there is no need to leave your bed to go on an epic adventure. These quirky, colourful, sometimes furry and always fun animals can’t wait to come twirling, flying and careening to life.

     

    A Pig in a Parachute is a great introduction to colours and animals and awesome alliterations. A Pig in a Parachute is a part of the Peenie Wallie board book series.

     

    Author: Rebecca Tortello

    Illustrator: Michael Robinson

    Binding: Board book

    Pages: 12

    USD $12.97
  • Blue Banyan Books Charlie the Crocodile and Other Ridiculous Rhymes

    Take a safari down the Black River, where Charlie the Crocodile lays fast asleep. Then take a bite of tasty foods and sweet Jamaican treats. Or better yet, take a trip to the moon where the cows have impeccable table manners.

     

    Featuring seven hilarious poems, Charlie the Crocodile and Other Ridiculous Rhymes invites you to get to know Jamaica. These witty poems are sure to delight the young ones and have them giggling along.

     

    Charlie the Crocodile this is a feast of food, family, culture and poetry for young minds. Charlie the Crocodile is a Peenie Wallie board book.

     

    Author: Theresa C Givans

    Illustrator: Keddan Savage

    Binding: Board books

    Pages: 12

    USD $11.97
  • Blue Banyan Books Bolo the Monkey

    Bolo the Monkey, winner of the 2013 Reader’s Choice for Best Children’s Picture Book, and Jamaica National Book Award for Best Children’s Cover, is written in a captivating rhythm with vivid, vibrant images. It is the story of a young, daring, little monkey who  dreams of being able to make a difference.

     

    Bolo leaves the forest and goes out into the world to learn new things and new ways of doing them. He returns to the jungle with a daring idea to be a sweet potato farmer instead of foraging the forest for fruits, which is the way monkeys have always lived.

     

    Despite his best efforts he first meets with failure and ridicule but Bolo refuses to give up. He continues to believe in his dream and learns to overcome. He is showered with praise and reaps great fame for his efforts.

     

    Author: Jonathan Burke

    Illustrator: Nicholas Martin

    Binding: Paperback

    Pages: 20

    USD $9.97
  • Blue Banyan Books The Happiness Dress

    When Carolyne receives a colourful dress covered in bright red, pink and yellow flowers from her aunt in the Caribbean, she loves it! Her Mum, Grandma and her other aunt think it just won’t do.

     

    The dress is much too bright for the cosmopolitan, conservative country in which they now live. They try to convince Carolyne that she needs to fit in, not stand out. But when Carolyne’s father takes her on a walk she discovers her beautiful dress with its vibrant colours can bring happiness to a lot of people. The Happiness Dress celebrates that difference is a trait that many can share as well as a truth we sometimes forget, the importance of fathers in girls’ lives.

     

    The Happiness Dress won the Commonwealth Foundation Special Prize for a children’s story in 2011.

     

    Author: Diane Browne

    Illustrator: Rachel Moss

    Binding: paperback

    Pages: 20

    USD $9.97
  • Blue Banyan Books Irie Morning

    Waking up can be hard to do! Despite the alluring sounds of birds, cows and dogs that try to draw him out from beneath the covers, Kingston just wants to stay in bed. He  must decide whether he will give in to sleep or be true to his adventurous and fun-loving nature.

     

    Irie Morning is a children’s picture book featuring a delightful poem and engaging watercolour illustrations. Eight-year-old Kingston lives on the cliffs of Negril with his family, and he’s probably the most irie boy you will ever meet.

     

    Irie Morning captures the sensibility of a Jamaican childhood, the sights, the sounds the smells: from the crow of a rooster in the morning to the mouthwatering smells of sweet sugar dumplings rising up from the kitchen.

     

    Author: Alison Moss-Solomon

    Illustrator: Adom Burke

    USD $9.97
  • Blue Banyan Books Abigail’s Glorious Hair

    Abigail has a lot of hair. A lot of poufy, poufy hair! Her hair takes a long time to be combed, especially when it has just been washed. But each stroke of the comb, each twist of a braid, and each passing of fingers through her hair is a moment of bonding between mother and daughter. The ritual of parting and combing the hair also provides a moment for the women of the family to sit and share important matters.

     

    Little girls still safe and snug in their mother’s arms, mothers with daughters young enough to need their hair combed, and those who remember this experience, can all enjoy Abigail’s Glorious Hair. Delightful illustrations by Rachel Moss skillfully capture the mood of the story.

     

    Author: Diane Browne

    Illustrator: Rachel Moss

    USD $9.97
  • Blue Banyan Books B is for Breadfruit

    Jamaican alphabet flashcards!

     

    Is for Breadfruit is a great fun way to learn the alphabet – Jamaican style! It contains 26 alphabet cards featuring elements of Jamaican flora, fauna and culture.

     

    Learning the alphabet is easy with these beautifully illustrated flashcards. The charming, full colour illustrations are large print, easy to read, and the perfect size for tiny hands. With offerings like A is for Akee, R is for Reggae and M is for Manatee, they are a great way to learn the alphabet while learning about Jamaican culture.

     

    Binding – Cards Number – 26

    USD $8.97
  • Blue Banyan Books My Caribbean Colouring Book

    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 $7.97

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