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Kamal Goes to Trinidad (Children Return to their Roots)

by Malcolm Fredrick

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"Told in the first-person, this series accompanies young travelers on that exciting first visit to their family's homeland. The unfamiliar food, clothing, and customs of another country are seen from a fresh perspective. In this entry, young Kamal visits Trinidad, where he learns steelpans and listens to custom-made calypso, looks around his father’s old school, and soaks up the sea and the wildlife. His meetings with grandparents, aunts, and uncles offer a heartwarming glimpse of a family reunited. Featuring stunning color photographs throughout, this charming book even includes a child-friendly recipe."
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Kamal travels to the islands of Trinidad and Tobago, where his parents were born, and learns about each island's culture and history.

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