3 Books Published by Jackmandora on Our Site — Book Cover Mosaic

Click for more detail about Little Lion Goes for Gold by Kellie Magnus Little Lion Goes for Gold

by Kellie Magnus
Jackmandora (Nov 13, 2008)
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Little Lion leads the pack! Young Zachariah Zion returns for his third challenge — winning a medal for his school’s track team. At first his little legs fail him, but with hard work and help from his father, he rises to the occasion. Written in rhyme. For ages 8 and under.


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by Kellie Magnus
Jackmandora (Mar 20, 2007)
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Little Lion at Bat is the follow up to Little Lion Goes to School . It tells the story of a young Rastafarian boy, Zachariah Zion, who overcomes his doubting coach and naysayers to save his school in the biggest cricket match of the year. The story is written in rhyme and is suitable for children ages 8 and under. It is part of a collection of Jamaican children s books that are meant to promote literacy and interest in Jamaican culture in children at the elementary level.


Click for more detail about Little Lion Goes to School by Kellie Magnus Little Lion Goes to School

by Kellie Magnus
Jackmandora (Sep 24, 2003)
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Little Lion Goes to School tells the story of a young Rastafarian boy struggling to fit in at a new school where the children tease him for being poor and different. With his father’s help he learns to value who he is, not what he possesses, and that what makes him different also makes him special. The book is written in rhyme and is meant for children 8 and under. Little Lion Goes to School is the first in a series that will follow the young Rastafarian through his adventures growing up in the Caribbean. While the book is set in the Caribbean, its themes and message are appropriate for children of all ethnicities.

Excerpt from Little Lion Goes to School
All the class began to giggle
Little Lion tried to wiggle
All the way down in his chair
His little limbs shaking with fear
But over all the children’s laughter
Little Lion could still hear Papa
”Stand up tall and look inside
Be a lion. Show them your pride.
Tell them who you really are
And you’re sure to be a star.“




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