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BOOK
JAMAICA PROVERBS
AND CULTURE
EXPLAINED
ISBN 1899341099
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BOOK
Anancy Stories Book
Companion to the
CD ROM
ISBN 1899341110
Revised edition

JAMAICA TONICS
ISBN 1899341234
£14.99

Phonics Fun
ISBN 1899341129
UK English phonics

CARIBBEAN CARNIVAL

ANANCY STORIES
ISBN 189934117
£9.99 (UK ISBN)
audio CD

THW WOLFS' SHARE

AESOP JAZZY FABLES
ISBN 1899341080
£7.99 (UK ISBN)
audio CD

Caribbean Fruit& Veg videos

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...In de Caribbean many many stories are told; stories of local events an people, stories from abroad, duppy stories, an Anancy stories. And it was always de Anancy stories dat we as children loved de best. As a child yuh would always be amazed at how de stories would reflect something from de previous day’s adventure, an den yuh would see dat day in a new perspective. So de stories helped yuh understand days gone by an glorious days of adventure to come.
ANANCY STORIES BOOK £5.99
Book ISBN1899341110
is a verbatim transcription of the
Anancy Stories CD ROM. £9.99
CD ROM ISBN 1899341137

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Preface
If you also have the CD ROM you can read the stories in West Indian patois while listening to the vernacular phrasing of the words, this is an important study reference for anyone interested in West Indian language forms. Some of the words used in the book are unique in the sense that they are not often referenced in language discussions or analysis, and though they are used copiously they are rarely if ever seen in print, for example take the word ‘fe-im’ – the preposition ‘for’ combined with the pronoun ‘him’, though this word is used by adults and children alike (most West Indian understands the meaning and usage) you will have difficulty finding it printed anywhere else but in this book. West Indian children gain enormous pleasure from these stories, they marvel at being able to see some of the words they use daily in print and take pride in their own unique and beautiful language.


Sample pages from Anancy Stories Book. The page size is A5 format.