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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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Plant A Seed To Read Sandy Point

This morning, November 2, 2017, marked the completion of the first stage of the Sandy Point Plant A Seed to Read project. Heidi Fagerberg introduced the curriculum to the teachers in a workshop leaving them with books and copies of … Continue reading

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Literary Evening at the Grenadian Embassy DC

Mark your calendars for March 17, 2016. Four Caribbean authors will come together for an evening event at the Grenadian Embassy in Washington DC to discuss their books and literature in general. The evening will feature: The Washington DC Book … 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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Chee Chee’s story

Chee Chee and I are so excited that we got the third book in Chee Chee’s Adventures finished and I cannot wait to start work on the fourth. Ann-Cathrine is loving this process as much as I am and her … Continue reading

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8 books under $10

CaribbeanReads now has 8 books available for the children on your gift list this holiday. Check out the full list here.

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