An adventure story for children 10 to 100 filled with Caribbean folklore characters and songs. Join Bigga, Annabelle and Percy as they journey up river to help Mama Glo, the mother of the river, save the father of the forest, Papa Bwa.

‘It’s very awesome-tastic!’ Amma Worme
‘A classic!’ Khalifa Harding.

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4 Star Rating – The Nature of Cities

Johnny is never shy of asking questions or exploring his roots to the motherland Africa. He finds the perfect answers in his Grandpa’s story of Great Spirit and Mongoose, and their quest to create the last animal on earth. Incorporating catchy rhymes, Jamaican folklore and that all-purpose Jamaican coffee, Johnny follows Grandpa and Mongoose along a journey of discovery. Great Spirit and Mongoose, Grandpa and Johnny are all contented with the final creation that celebrates our heritage and moves Great Spirit to declare, “Black people pretty, sah!”

Sy’s world is turned upside down when he meets Birdie who challenges him to question everything he thought he knew about the world and the city he lives in. An inner-city story, where Caribbean folklore meets modern day London.