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28th January 2000 at 00:00
Children of Dominica. By Frank Staub. Carolrhoda Books pound;9.99. 48pp. Pupil book for upper KS2, lower KS3.

The World's Children series from which this book comes is published in the United States. The provenance is apparent, not just in a rather perplexed description of cricket, but also in a frankness about economic themes which British books often avoid. Various youngsters are seen at work with their parents; the relative affluence of those who rely on tourism and the more restricted prospects f those involved in agriculture are described in a straightforward manner. There are many attractive pictures of the island's natural beauty, with its mysterious volcanic landscapes, as well as some heartening photographs of children relaxing, laughing and celebrating carnival.

Distributed by Turnaround,Unit 3, Olympia Trading Estate, Coburg Rd, Wood Green,London N22 6TZ.Tel: 0181 829 3000.

Tom Deveson

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