7 edition of Caribbean mythology and modern life found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||written by Paloma Mohamed ; illustrations by Barrington Braithwaithe ; introduction by Al Creighton.|
|Genre||Juvenile drama., Drama.|
|Series||Wisdom for children series ;, no. 2, Majority Press wisdom for children series ;, no. 2|
|LC Classifications||PR9320.9.M64 C37 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 196 p. :|
|Number of Pages||196|
|LC Control Number||2003025275|
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What is the relationship between mythology and modern life. Does this relationship and ancient wisdom hold answers for some of the life threatening issues that face young people today?"Caribbean Mythology and Modern Life" is a book of five on act plays for young : Paloma Mohamed.
Caribbean Mythology and Modern Life is a celebration of social history, language, culture and people. It is a welcome addition to the sparse dramatic fare for children and young people. Moreover, it is a teaching tool, helping to bring life skills into the classroom by using the exsisting language and performing arts curriculum.
What is the relationship between mythology and modern life. Does this relationship and ancient wisdom hold answers for some of the life threatening issues that face young people today?"Caribbean Mythology and Modern Life" is a book of five on act plays for young people.
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About The Mythology Book. Norsemen, and Egyptians to the legends of the Caribbean, the Americas, Oceania, and East Asia--bringing the wisdom of the ages to life. Related Books. The Literature Book. The Crime Book. From Jack the Ripper to the modern day drug cartels, Th Pages: Adeyemi's YA novel does a brilliant job of drawing from mythology, religion, and modern culture to create a new storytelling universe that feels both timeless and shockingly relevant.
The novel’s core is the quest of a young woman to bring magic back to her home country of Orïsha, but, throughout the story, Adeyemi constructs so much more.English, Book, Illustrated edition: Caribbean mythology and modern life: 5 plays for young people / written by Paloma Mohamed ; illustrations by Barrington Braithwaithe ; introduction by Al Creighton.
Mohamed, Paloma, Reconsidering the Caribbean as an origin-point of the modern global system means more than an understanding of the Caribbean’s role in the world.
It means understanding the world’s role in the Caribbean, the constant back and forth movement of people, ideas, and things, and the intricate interplay of forces at work in shaping economies.
Folklore is central to Caribbean culture. It draws upon the oral traditions and experiences of the Caribbean people and colors their daily life and creative endeavors.
At a time when the Caribbean is gaining increasing importance to the curriculum, this book provides a concise but thorough overview of the folklore of that region.
Paloma Mohamed is a published author of children's books. Published credits of Paloma Mohamed include A Man Called Garvey: The Life and Times of the Great Leader Marcus Garvey (The Majority Press Inc., Wisdom for Children Series, No. 1) and Caribbean Mythology and Modern Life: 5 Plays for Young People (Majority Press Inc., Wisdom for Children Series, No.
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Caribbean book fans will need to clear more space on their bookshelves in This year, Caribbean authors from across the diaspora will release a bevy of new reads, from first-time authors, presidential candidates and treasured bards.
So we’ve rounded up our favorite new books for your reading : Monique Mcintosh. The timeless allure of pirates Pirates of the Caribbean have been a source of fascination for more than years – and they express an anxiety about modern society, writes Roger Luckhurst. Ancient Origins articles related to Caribbean in the sections of history, archaeology, human origins, unexplained, artifacts, ancient places and myths and legends.
(Page 1 of tag Caribbean). This book came out as This series is sure to appeal to the young people in your life as well as anyone interested in Caribbean mythology and just gorgeous writing. 5 Books that Mix Modern.Pirates of the Caribbean offers an historical look at Piracy.
It should not be confused with Disney's theme park attractions or movie. What you will find is information on piracy based on historical accounts and popular myths. Pirates of the Caribean is the longest lived web page devoted to Piracy existing on the internet, dating back to