Sing Me a Story by Grace Halworth

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What could be finer that a storybook for children that combines story and song? And what cultures could better provide the source material that the island cultures of the Caribbean? Grace Hallworth romps through her retelling of traditional Caribbean stories from Jamaica, Haiti, Trinidad and Tobago with an infectious enthusiasm that will propel adult readers and delight young readers and listeners. The traditional tales are woven around human characters, talking animals, and mythical creatures, ....

About Grace Halworth

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Clementson has worked as a freelance illustrator since graduating from the University of Wolverhampton, England in 1982, where he now holds a position as senior lecturer in illustration.
Published December 27, 2005 by August House. 48 pages
Genres: Travel, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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Hallworth (Down by the River: Afro-Caribbean Rhymes, Games, and Songs for Children) invites readers to sing, dance, clap and pantomime their way through five Caribbean folktales.

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