This nonfiction, middle grade level children's book is the second book in the Caribbean Reference Shelf series published by Gunga Peas Books. From the very beginning the history of Caribbean sugar and the history of Caribbean slavery were linked. This title tells the story of how the sugar cane industry developed during the colonial period. In this 2,500-word book students will learn how the industry developed, the Atlantic slave system, and the way sugar was made during colonial times. There is a list of New Words, as well as suggestions for further reading for teachers and home schooling parents.
Tamika lives in an island paradise where the sun warms her face and the ocean waves tickle her toes. She should be very happy, but she is not, and it is all because of her hair. Tamika's hair does not slide like silk across her back. Instead it bounces in one big curly clump. Just when she thinks she can never be like the other girls on the…
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