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Musical Youth Second Edition Releases (with Bonus Author Information Revealed)

Be the first to know!In November 2014, CaribbeanReads was tremendously proud to publish the Burt Award prize-winning title Musical Youth #musicalyouthbook by Joanne C. Hillhouse. We printed 4000 copies of the book, and today, thanks to the support of Code, … Continue reading

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2019 (to date) Books in Reviews

It’s July, and while it seems like just yesterday we heralded in an infant 2019 with fireworks and fanfare, it’s almost grown and already has more time behind it than in front. CaribbeanReads books have received some love from our … Continue reading

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Why YA?

CaribbeanReads will be publishing two YA novels in 2017, bringing our total YA offerings to four. Since CR is a small publisher, this is significant. Three of the four books have been recognised by the Burt Award for Caribbean Literature, … Continue reading

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Read and Win! Summer competition

Antiguan and Barbudan teens have a great opportunity to get creative this summer and a chance to win prizes. Teens in Antigua and Barbuda, this one’s for you! As part of the Cushion Club Wadadli Pen Summer Reading Challenge, Antiguan … Continue reading

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Zahara like Sahara

Zahara like Sahara. This is the first line of Joanne C. Hillhouse’s new young adult novel Musical Youth. Zahara is the name of the female protagonist and this is the rhyme taught to her when she was a child. The … Continue reading

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Joanne talks about the characters in Musical Youth

In a recent interview with ABS News, Joanne C. Hillhouse, author of Musical Youth, promotes the upcoming CODE sponsored writers’ workshop and talks about Zahara, the main protagonist in the book. Watch the interview here.

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