Akwaeke Emezi is an Igbo and Tamil writer and video artist. Her debut novel, Freshwater (Grove Atlantic, February 13, 2018), is an Indie Next selection and has been listed as a most anticipated book of 2018 by Esquire, ELLE, Cosmopolitan , Huffington Post, the Rumpus and Bustle, among others. Her short story "Who Is Like God" won the 2017 Commonwealth Short Story Prize for Africa.
â€œGuess Who, Mr. Dinosaur?â€ Now Available.
Itâ€™s never too early to tap into your passion and pen your first book â€“ just ask young author, Christopher Isaiah Penn Smith. At just four years old, Smith took his fascination for dinosaurs and published his first book entitled, â€œGuess Who, Mr. Dinosaur?â€ â€œMy love for dinosaurs inspired me to write this book,â€ says Smith. â€œI hope people of all ages enjoy it and learn something new about my favourite animals.â€
- Title: The Colour of Shadows: Images of Caribbean Slavery.
- Author: Judy Raymond.
- Publisher: Caribbean Studies Press.
- Reviewed by: Dawn A. Davis.
Trinidadian journalist and scholar Judy Raymond offers a snapshot of life as a slave in the Caribbean during the 19th century. With documentary images from Richard Bridgens, an Englishman who lived in Trinidad during the period and who was a slave owner, â€œThe Colour of Shadows: Images of Caribbean Slaveryâ€ unearths details in vivid hues.