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eBook  Bad Girls in School Caribbean Writers Series â Paperback Read Ë horticulturetrader ¸ [Download] ➾ Bad Girls in School Caribbean Writers Series Author Gwyneth Harold Davidson – Horticulturetrader.co.uk This novel in the 'Caribbean Writers Series' addA strong person I thought if I should change it but by the time I had finished the book he had become Rodney Price It is just a strong man's nameThe names speak to a beep love of Jamaica I really have a strong interest in my country Most of the street names the older ones are for people who have made a contribution to the country Harold saidA range of Jamaican societyIt is not an idealistic love though and by placing the three bad girls in different areas of Kingston Harold covers a range of Jamaican society Kingston is not a big city in the realm of cities and as a country we have so much that divides us Harold said She points out though that in the end it is the girl with the best support system who has the most hope I wanted to show that many times it is not the class situation that is a problemThe environment of love the relationships at home play a very important role she saidAthletics plays a significant role in Jamaica and Caledonia as a frustrated runner reflects thisWith her commitment to Jamaica it is appropriate that Harold is aiming to write a book set in each parish Among those which have got her literary treatment so far are Clarendon with Secrets of the Rio Minho and St Catherine with Island of the Lost Boys these books among the as yet unpublished workHarold points out that she has come through the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission system Bad Girls In School getting an award as a short story then as a book in its expanded form It also got an honourable mention from the National Book Development Counc ✋🏻

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This novel in the 'Caribbean Writers Series' addresses issues young people face such as broken homes and teenage pregnancy and how they can overcome those challengesRead reviews hereReview by Summer EdwardsOverall Bad Girls in School was an okay read It will certainly appeal to young Caribbean people who have a need to see Caribbean youth represented in literature in contemporary ways It's key contribution I would say is the way it challenges adultist perceptions of why young people behave the way they behave Indeed the figure of the Jamaican bad gyal is somehow demythologized made understandable human and therefore sympathetic I wouldn't call it a page turner but I'm glad that Harold swum against the current in writing a book about young Caribbean Jamaican peopleThe GleanerMel Cooke Freelance WriterGwyneth Harold's first published novel Bad Girls in School follows three girls at the Redeemer College for Young Ladies through a school year of redemption from the brink of expulsionAnd it took nearly a calendar year between her submitting Bad Girls in School to MacMillan in Washington United States of America to getting a response from eventual publishers Harcourt in Oxford England Even with that wait it was not a matter of total acceptance as like the bad girls Caledonia Nuttall Ta Jeeka Brentford and Katreena Melmac who needed to stretch themselves to make it through the year Harold was reuired to extend the original submissionIt started as a short story I included it in a portfolio of work I was sending blindly to publishe I am the author

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Bad Girls in School Caribbean Writers SeriesRs Harold said The expansion into a novel on the reuest of Harcourt took a year Harold saying I was not writing full time The end product complete with a cover illustration by Jamel Akib came out in January this yearIn between the short story and the novel Harold was involved in mentoring which helped in the writing process And with the book's focus she says I also had to learn to think about that teenage audience Now that it is complete and I have got good feedback from educators I believe that I am prepared to write for that audienceAvoiding overt sexualityPart of the focus was avoiding overt sexuality 'oh definitely' so Harold stops a visit to Caledonia by an older man at the point where 'I get up and let him in'Even the title my first working title that was not changed we had discussions with the editors if it was appropriate she saidThose familiar with Cross Roads Kingston will recognise the names of the three 'bad girls' as streets in the area with their teacher Elaine Mico's surname having spread way beyond the area and Jamaica And those familiar with a certain 'cross angry miserable' deejay may or may not recognise the name Rodney PriceBounty Killer if you please the name on the deejay's birth certificate being used for the chairman of the school board With a 'Canon' before itAt the time I was writing there must have been something about Bounty on the radio Harold said He epitomises someone who has the strength of their convictions whether you agree with them or not I wanted that for my churchman I wanted him to be amazing on so many levels i can relate to this story with all the things happening around me Its just an ordinary day in the life of a teen