The Young Warriors
By Victor Stafford Reid

In 1735, five Maroon boys are ready to be initiated as warriors. They have prepared long and hard for this day, and must now pass a sequence of tests. How the boys approach this, the most important day of their lives, says much about how they will respond to the challenges ahead. When they encounter a Redcoat troop in the forest near their village, the defence of the village and surrounding Maroon communities will depend on these boys, their training, courage, and intelligence.

On this occasion, their community depends on them for its survival, but their initiation as warriors also teaches them lifelong lessons about loyalty, responsibility, trustworthiness and friendship.

The Young Warriors
Shakespeare for CSEC: Twelfth Night with CSEC Notes
By Carol Clarke, Simone Gibbs, Arlene Kasmally-Dwarika

Shakespeare for CSEC is designed to enhance students' knowledge, understanding and response. Produced specifically for students working towards the English B for CSEC examination, it contains a range of valuable features to enable a deeper understanding and appreciation of the text. Introductory essays provide social, cultural and historical context, and CSEC examination-style questions provide valuable practice, building students' confidence ahead of the
assessment.

Shakespeare for CSEC: Twelfth Night with CSEC Notes
The Sun's Eye
By Anne Walmsley

There have been many great and enduring works of literature by Caribbean authors over the last century. The Caribbean Contemporary Classics collection celebrates these deep and vibrant stories, overflowing with life and acute observations about society.

In the vast Atlantic
The sun's eye blazes over the edge of the ocean
And watches the islands in a great bow curving
From Florida down to the South American coast.

The poems and stories included in The Sun's Eye present a selection of old favourites and new discoveries, celebrating the rich, warm, vibrant and vital life in the string of islands which curve down from Florida to the South American coast. A great celebration of Caribbean culture, and testimonial to all who have felt the warmth of the Caribbean sun and the whisper of the Caribbean breeze.

Suitable for readers aged 11 and above.

The Sun's Eye
Old Story Time
By Trevor Rhone

There have been many great and enduring works of literature by Caribbean authors over the last century. The Caribbean Contemporary Classics collection celebrates these deep and vibrant stories, overflowing with life and acute observations about society.

Old Story Time is a Caribbean classic, providing brilliantly entertaining theatre about race, identity, malice, and the redeeming power of love.
In this enthralling drama, we progress with Len from poor scholarship boy to successful accountant. We see a similar but opposite shift in George, from wealthy, well-connected schoolboy to double-dealing crook. Len's mother Miss Aggy, the girls he first loves, and the woman he eventually marries, many destinies are entwined with Len's. Misunderstandings can be dangerous, and trust and love need some help to win through. With the help of Pa Ben, our far-seeing narrator, can things end well?
Trevor Rhone was a leading dramatist in Jamaica. His sparkling and original talent has won acclaim from critics and audiences worldwide.

Suitable for readers aged 14 and above.

Old Story Time
A Way to Escape
By Michelle Thompson

This is the story of the Tomlinson family's journey in Kingston, Jamaica, between the 1950s and 1970s. The Tomlinson family's dream becomes reality when they move from the inner city to a middle class neighbourhood in East Kingston. But their dream is short-lived. Arthur, the patriach and an alcoholic, in a drunken fury one night, orders his wife Rose to leave the house. Rose, a work-from-home dressmaker, leaves everything behind, and with her four children. the youngest still a toddler, flee to her mother, Mari, 'Granny'. The six of them share Granny's one-room quarters for months.

Rose finds work, and they move from one tenement yard to another, settling on a rented house for all of them. By this time, Arthur's life spirals as he becomes more dependent on white rum. He loses his job as a fireman, then the family home, and takes refuge in a room upstairs his favourite bar. Rose continues to seek a better life. On an invitation letter, she goes to Toronto, Canada. She remains there after attaining work as a live-in domestic, leaving the children with their grandmother. Granny's love, however, is not enough to restrain the teenagers. Marcy, the youngest, has a boyfriend, who is taking her down a path of drugs and staying out late. Will Rose ever return to save her children from a life of of waywardness? Or is the Tomlinson family destined to a doomed life?

A Way to Escape
Just Click for the Caribbean
By Howard Lincoln, Alison Page

Written to support 11 - 14 year-old students in developing technological literacy and competence, Just Click for the Caribbean Third Edition provides a strong foundation for lower secondary students to study Information Technology at CSEC level. Designed by experts from the region, this curriculum-aligned course fully supports the syllabus you follow.



This third edition has been fully revised with scaffolded topics that develop students' theoretical and practical and practical knowledge in Information Technology, encouraging independent learning and providing a foundation for further study.

Just Click for the Caribbean
Primary English Language Arts: Exam Skills for the Secondary Entrance Assessment
By Alison McNulty, Mala Morton-Gittens

Primary English Language Arts is a structured, step-by-step approach to help develop the skills to succeed in the two English Language Arts papers of the Secondary Entrance Assessment. Each unit in this book is thematically organized with all the activities developed and practiced around its theme.

Primary English Language Arts: Exam Skills for the Secondary Entrance Assessment
The Young Warriors
By Victor Stafford Reid

In 1735, five Maroon boys are ready to be initiated as warriors. They have prepared long and hard for this day, and must now pass a sequence of tests. How the boys approach this, the most important day of their lives, says much about how they will respond to the challenges ahead. When they encounter a Redcoat troop in the forest near their village, the defence of the village and surrounding Maroon communities will depend on these boys, their training, courage, and intelligence.

On this occasion, their community depends on them for its survival, but their initiation as warriors also teaches them lifelong lessons about loyalty, responsibility, trustworthiness and friendship.

The Young Warriors
Shakespeare for CSEC: Twelfth Night with CSEC Notes
By Carol Clarke, Simone Gibbs, Arlene Kasmally-Dwarika

Shakespeare for CSEC is designed to enhance students' knowledge, understanding and response. Produced specifically for students working towards the English B for CSEC examination, it contains a range of valuable features to enable a deeper understanding and appreciation of the text. Introductory essays provide social, cultural and historical context, and CSEC examination-style questions provide valuable practice, building students' confidence ahead of the
assessment.

Shakespeare for CSEC: Twelfth Night with CSEC Notes
The Sun's Eye
By Anne Walmsley

There have been many great and enduring works of literature by Caribbean authors over the last century. The Caribbean Contemporary Classics collection celebrates these deep and vibrant stories, overflowing with life and acute observations about society.

In the vast Atlantic
The sun's eye blazes over the edge of the ocean
And watches the islands in a great bow curving
From Florida down to the South American coast.

The poems and stories included in The Sun's Eye present a selection of old favourites and new discoveries, celebrating the rich, warm, vibrant and vital life in the string of islands which curve down from Florida to the South American coast. A great celebration of Caribbean culture, and testimonial to all who have felt the warmth of the Caribbean sun and the whisper of the Caribbean breeze.

Suitable for readers aged 11 and above.

The Sun's Eye
Old Story Time
By Trevor Rhone

There have been many great and enduring works of literature by Caribbean authors over the last century. The Caribbean Contemporary Classics collection celebrates these deep and vibrant stories, overflowing with life and acute observations about society.

Old Story Time is a Caribbean classic, providing brilliantly entertaining theatre about race, identity, malice, and the redeeming power of love.
In this enthralling drama, we progress with Len from poor scholarship boy to successful accountant. We see a similar but opposite shift in George, from wealthy, well-connected schoolboy to double-dealing crook. Len's mother Miss Aggy, the girls he first loves, and the woman he eventually marries, many destinies are entwined with Len's. Misunderstandings can be dangerous, and trust and love need some help to win through. With the help of Pa Ben, our far-seeing narrator, can things end well?
Trevor Rhone was a leading dramatist in Jamaica. His sparkling and original talent has won acclaim from critics and audiences worldwide.

Suitable for readers aged 14 and above.

Old Story Time
A Way to Escape
By Michelle Thompson

This is the story of the Tomlinson family's journey in Kingston, Jamaica, between the 1950s and 1970s. The Tomlinson family's dream becomes reality when they move from the inner city to a middle class neighbourhood in East Kingston. But their dream is short-lived. Arthur, the patriach and an alcoholic, in a drunken fury one night, orders his wife Rose to leave the house. Rose, a work-from-home dressmaker, leaves everything behind, and with her four children. the youngest still a toddler, flee to her mother, Mari, 'Granny'. The six of them share Granny's one-room quarters for months.

Rose finds work, and they move from one tenement yard to another, settling on a rented house for all of them. By this time, Arthur's life spirals as he becomes more dependent on white rum. He loses his job as a fireman, then the family home, and takes refuge in a room upstairs his favourite bar. Rose continues to seek a better life. On an invitation letter, she goes to Toronto, Canada. She remains there after attaining work as a live-in domestic, leaving the children with their grandmother. Granny's love, however, is not enough to restrain the teenagers. Marcy, the youngest, has a boyfriend, who is taking her down a path of drugs and staying out late. Will Rose ever return to save her children from a life of of waywardness? Or is the Tomlinson family destined to a doomed life?

A Way to Escape
Just Click for the Caribbean
By Howard Lincoln, Alison Page

Written to support 11 - 14 year-old students in developing technological literacy and competence, Just Click for the Caribbean Third Edition provides a strong foundation for lower secondary students to study Information Technology at CSEC level. Designed by experts from the region, this curriculum-aligned course fully supports the syllabus you follow.



This third edition has been fully revised with scaffolded topics that develop students' theoretical and practical and practical knowledge in Information Technology, encouraging independent learning and providing a foundation for further study.

Just Click for the Caribbean
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