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Intriguing Facts About Jamaica By Wellesley Gayle
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101 'did you know' Intriguing facts about Jamaica unveil some of the most amazing, insightful and captivating facts about the island. From Nature and Culture, to Politics, Sports & Society, this... More > little resource is the only of its kind. It makes a GREAT Jamaican gift to your loved ones. Not only does it provides invaluable research information on Jamaica, it complements your travel guide. Moreover, it is FUN!< Less
Intriguing Facts About Jamaica By Wellesley Gayle
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101 'did you know' Intriguing facts about Jamaica unveil some of the most amazing, insightful and captivating facts about the island. From Nature and Culture, to Politics, Sports & Society, this... More > little resource is the only of its kind. It makes a GREAT Jamaican gift to your loved ones. Not only does it provides invaluable research information on Jamaica, it complements your travel guide. Moreover, it is FUN!< Less
Grow Jamaica By Bro Leeroy Campbell
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GANJA = FOOD, FUEL, FIBRE & MEDICINE: Grow Jamaica gives an indepth look into the benefits of Cannabis based on factual research. It provides readers with an insight into the conspiracy behind... More > prohibition, the history of the plant and discusses some of the potential 50,000 commercial products that ganja can produce.< Less
Guide to Auctions and Private Treaty Sales Jamaica By Paula D Lennon
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Most people are oblivious to the fact that all types of goods are available to purchase monthly at discounted prices, if you know where to look. The Guide can be your sole reference point when you... More > need to hunt down real bargains on household goods such as refrigerators, washing machines, stereos, tables, chairs, TVs, sound systems, shoes, clothes, books, cameras, computers, ipads, ipods, smartphones, jewellery, cosmetics. And even food items! Most of these goods can be found in auctions and private treaty sales throughout the island. Not all goods have reserved prices and you can achieve amazing discounts off retail prices. You can even save thousands of dollars on much desired houses, apartments, land, plants & machinery and motor vehicles. Save yourself many hours of research. The Guide contains invaluable information including websites, addresses, telephone numbers and email addresses of the relevant contacts wherever possible.< Less
ETHEREAL VOICES By Shona Jabang
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ETHEREAL VOICES offers a scintillating and thought-provoking selection of short stories and poems with an eclectic, trans-Atlantic, Caribbean flavor. Overall, this debut book is a fascinating... More > account of what life was like for a child growing up in Jamaica and entering womanhood. The author’s gift at writing transports the reader to the flavours, smells, cultures, social mores and climate of that country. She also skilfully represents the poignancy and charisma of the indigenous people who are constantly searching for their true identities.< Less
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Ethereal Voices By Shona Jabang
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ETHEREAL VOICES offers a scintillating and thought-provoking selection of short stories and poems with an eclectic, trans-Atlantic, Caribbean flavour. The author’s gift at writing transports... More > the reader to the flavours, smells, cultures, social mores and climate of that country. In three of the stories, the protagonist, Pearl, in “Sister, Sister”, is left behind in Jamaica while her parents and baby sister move to England in the 1960’s in search of a better life; the young girl in “The Devil and Lola” knows nothing about life; Ibrahim in “Beach Walk” falls in love with a pretty tourist in the Gambia; and, in “Judy”, Judy herself realizes life is full of strange twists. Shona Jabang is a Jamaican-American. She is a language arts teacher at an American high school in the UK as well as a part-time writing instructor with the University of Maryland University College (UMUC - Europe). Shona originally grew up in the UK but has lived in Jamaica, Canada, and the US. She now lives in East Anglia, England< Less
Jamaican Accent By Nadia Rumbolt
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A semi autobiographical collection of 13 stories of the author's childhood years in Jamaica. It's a genuine look into events remembered through a blend of naivety and curiosity. With an element of... More > mystery, the audience is left at the end of every story wondering where fact and fiction ends or begins.< Less
Up, From The Majestic Hills By Gilfred Morris
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Up, From The Majestic Hills seeks to tell a significant part of the life story of the author. It takes us from his youthful days in the majestic hills of North-west Manchester, Jamaica, through the... More > frigid plains of Northern Canada, the shallow waters of the Bahamas then back to the land of his birth. The recount of his journeys includes fleeting looks at certain developments in Jamaica's social and political history. The reader gets a glimpse at the primary educational system available to the peasant child in the hills, plains and valleys of Jamaica in the late 1930's and 1940's, the inaccessibility of high school education for that child, and then the gradual opening up with the coming of the Common Entrance Examination later on. In fact there is quite an exciting period coming with a new awakening on the education scene. His experiences in Western Canada and later in the Bahamas during a second migration stint are recounted. His adventurous working career ends in his native land.< Less
Up, From The Majestic Hills By Gilfred Morris
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Up, From The Majestic Hills seeks to tell a significant part of the life story of the author. It takes us from his youthful days in the majestic hills of North-west Manchester, Jamaica, through the... More > frigid plains of Northern Canada, the shallow waters of the Bahamas then back to the land of his birth. The recount of his journeys includes fleeting looks at certain developments in Jamaica's social and political history. The reader gets a glimpse at the primary educational system available to the peasant child in the hills, plains and valleys of Jamaica in the late 1930's and 1940's, the inaccessibility of high school education for that child, and then the gradual opening up with the coming of the Common Entrance Examination later on. In fact there is quite an exciting period coming with a new awakening on the education scene. His experiences in Western Canada and later in the Bahamas during a second migration stint are recounted. His adventurous working career ends in his native land.< Less

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