Sweet Sorrel Stand

Sweet Sorrel Stand

by Yolanda T. Marshall


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Rose and Nicolas loved Caribbean sorrel drink so much, the siblings decided to create a sorrel stand with the assistance of their parents. Their "Sweet Sorrel Stand" was a success!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780995310377
Publisher: Garnalma Press
Publication date: 06/21/2018
Pages: 28
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.25(d)
Age Range: 3 Months to 12 Years

About the Author

Yolanda T. Marshall is a Guyanese-born, mother of one based in Canada. As a cross-genre writer, Miss Marshall silently commands you to read and digest life's cultural motions. The oldest of three girls, she began writing poems at the age of 8 years old. A daughter of a talented Guitarist, her lyrics manifest into poetry, like a genetic code.

The name of her first book, "Obayifo", originates from the Ashanti tribe. This poetry book was published in 2008, while Yolanda attended University of Toronto.

She was inspired to write her second book, a children's book named "Keman's First Carnival", after becoming a mom. This 2016 publication is about a young, Black Canadian child's first experience of Toronto's annual Caribbean Carnival. The excited 8-year-old and his Mother enjoyed the rituals at the Caribbean celebration, such as picking a flag to wave, the Caribbean influenced foods, dancing, costumes, and music.

The Author's third release, "Messages on Dried Leaves", is a mild resurrection of the Author's first poetry book, 'Obayifo'.

"A Piece of Black Cake for Santa", was published in 2017 and it is the Author's second Children's book. This book illustrates the holidays experience of Femi and her friends, who planned to leave a few traditional Caribbean treats out for Santa, including Black Cake. The Kids shared warm wishes for their favourite dishes, while enjoying winter activities at the Christmas fair.

Miss Marshall's latest release is "Sweet Sorrel Stand". In this children's book, Rose and Nicolas loved their favourite Caribbean sorrel drink so much, the siblings decided to create a sorrel stand with the assistance of their parents. Traditionally, this drink is served during Christmas holidays. On a hot summer day, it is a refreshing alternative to lemonade.

A world traveler, a jazz lover and a devoted Mother, she embodies Art and takes her readers on adventurous, cultured journeys.

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