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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 EsquireELLECosmopolitanHuffington Post, the Rumpus and Bustle, among others. Her short story "Who Is Like God" won the 2017 Commonwealth Short Story Prize for Africa.

“Guess Who, Mr. Dinosaur?” Now Available. 

It’s never too early to tap into your passion and pen your first book – 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, “Guess Who, Mr. Dinosaur?” â€œMy love for dinosaurs inspired me to write this book,” says Smith. “I hope people of all ages enjoy it and learn something new about my favourite animals.”

  • 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, “The Colour of Shadows: Images of Caribbean Slavery” unearths details in vivid hues.

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