The One on The 100 Caribbean Books That Shaped Our World #ReadCaribbean
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We all know that stories have the power to change us. We've teamed up with BOCAS Lit Fest in Trinidad & Tobago for #ReadCaribbean to select Caribbean books that have had an impact on our lives, and this is the result. No, we didn't do 100 books in this podcast but we chose these page-turners that have helped to shape and influence our thinking.

Doing this list we all realised that these were some of the books that made us become love Caribbean books. What book made you become interested (read: obsessed) with Caribbean Literature?

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See BOCAS Lit Fest's 100 Caribbean Books and use #MyCaribbeanLibrary on social media to see the amazing responses from readers all over the world!

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Books Mentioned in This Episode:
Krik? Krak! by Edwidge Danticat
Annie John by Jamaica Kincaid
A Small Place by Jamaica Kincaid (included in our Patreon travel club)
Beka Lamb by Zee Edgell
Gardening in the Tropics by Olive Senior
The Fear of Stones and other Stories by Kei Miller
Caribbean Slavery in the Atlantic World by Verene Shepherd
How Europe Underdeveloped Africa by Walter Rodney
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