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Callaloo: A Jazz Folktale is the first book in the callaloo series and follows Winston, a young inner city boy who goes to Brooklyn, NY to get ingredients for his Aunt’s callaloo dinner when he is magically transported to the Caribbean island of Tobago. There, he encounters the mythical folkloric characters that roam the island. Winston’s fears and fantasies fuse together as the reality of his situation becomes dire. He must learn a valuable lesson or risk being lost forever. For Ages 3 to 7.

Callaloo: The Legend of the Golden Coquí is the second installment in the Callaloo book series from author Marjuan Canady and illustrator, Nabeeh Bilal. This story follows Winston and his best friend Marisol as they adventure from New York City to Puerto Rico to free the legendary golden coqui frog trapped in El Yunque Rainforest. Using clues left by the Taino Indians and the guidance of the coquis, the children navigate their way through the enchanted forest in hopes to complete their mission. In a race against time, Winston and Marisol must avoid the evil Chupacabra, solve the mystery and make it back home for Abuela’s Nochebuena dinner. For ages 3-7.

Callaloo Coloring & Activity Book

Did you know that we live in great big world full of many fascinating people, places, and things? Join the Callaloo kids to learn about facts from all over the world with the Callaloo: Did you know (coloring and activity book). Children will enjoy learning about a variety of facts including language, geography, history, and culture. Let’s make learning fun! Get coloring today!

Callaloo: La Leyenda del Coquí Dorado (Spanish Edition)
Callaloo: La leyenda del Coquí Dorado es la segunda entrega de la serie de libros Callaloo del autor Marjuan Canady e ilustrador, Nabeeh Bilal. Esta historia sigue a Winston y su mejor amigo Marisol mientras se aventura de Nueva York a Puerto Rico para liberar a la legendaria rana coqui dorada atrapada en El Yunque Rainforest. Usando las pistas dejadas por los indios tainos y la guía de los coquis, los niños navegan su camino a través del bosque encantado con la esperanza de completar su misión. En una carrera contra el tiempo, Winston y Marisol deben evitar el malvado Chupacabra, resolver el misterio y regresar a casa para la cena Nochebuena de Abuela. (Edades 3-7)