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CaribbeanReads’ Reading Series

In order to make our books accessible during the current social distancing/home schooling situation, CaribbeanReads is preparing readings of our children’s books and notes you can use to discuss the books with your children. We’ve now shared two readings on … Continue reading

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Lesson Plans for the uninitiated

As we adjust to the orders to remain at home during the COVID-19 crisis, a number of parents have been required to support their your children’s education at home. We wanted to point out a valuable resource published by Hands … Continue reading

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CaribbeanReads at the Copenhagen Book Festival

The Copenhagen Book Festival opened today and two books by Opal Palmer Adisa, Look! A Moko Jumbie and Dance Quadrille, Play Quelbe were on display. Lise Bostrop, the chair of the board of the Danish Language Circle, added the books … Continue reading

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The Protectors’ Pledge-New Review-Richly Imaginative

The latest review of The Protectors’ Pledge by Danielle Y. C. McClean bills it as a great follow up to the Chronicles of Narnia and Lord of the Rings. The reviewer says “The Protectors’ Pledge was a compelling read from … Continue reading

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CaribbeanReads June 2017 New Titles

View our catalog of new titles and our previous catalog to see what you missed.

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The Protectors’ Pledge in the US Capital

Third and fourth grade students at the Benjamin Orr Elementary School in DC were treated today to a visit from author and publisher Carol Mitchell of CaribbeanReads Publishing. Mrs. Mitchell was representing Danielle Y C. McClean author of The Protectors’s … Continue reading

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Sandy Point Handover

With the help of the Sandy Point Benevolent Society and other donors, CaribbeanReads was able to add a new school to the pilot program of Plant a Seed to Read, the initiative in which they provide culturally relevant books and … Continue reading

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Charlie Sand Giveaway

Best friends Sirus and Bubba fit together like salt fish and bakes. That is until Charlie Sand moves into town. All of a sudden Bubba is having adventures with his new friend and Sirus doesn’t fit in. Can he find … Continue reading

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Caribbean Adventure Series’ Facelift

When the Caribbean Adventure Series first launched back in 2007, I was doing everything myself including cover design. I’ve always been the first to admit that I have little talent when it comes to the visual arts and I have … Continue reading

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And then there were nine…

Caribbean Reads’ ninth book, Seascapes, is now available on Amazon just in time for the holidays. It has been hailed as a delightful collection of beautifully illustrated stories about friendship. Great for children 8 and under although my 12 year … Continue reading

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