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Sunday, August 13, 2017

Homage to Madan Sara, Strong Haitian Merchants, Potomitan Ayiti, Pillars of Haiti


All Parents Want Their Kids to Do Well in Life. They want them to succeed.  Just like the migratory birds of Haiti that travel far and beyond to find foods to bring back to their nest, female Haitian merchants commonly known as Madan Sara are the main distributors of crops and the true link between farmers in the provinces and consumers in the major cities and capital, Port-au-Prince.  If Madan Sara do not up to the mountains to establish their network with the food producers, farmers, and transporters, then the city dwellers will not find anything to eat.  Yet, the educated consumers of the cities do not respect them and tend to look down on them. 

'All Parents Want Their Kids to Do Well in Life...' is an ebook that pays homage to these proud and strong women of the Haitian informal economy. 

 


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Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Bestselling ebook, "All Parents Want Their Kids to Do Well in Life..."

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Book Review: "All Parents Want their Kids to Do well in Life - Tout paran vle pitit yo vin doktè, enjenyè, biznismenn, Avoka, achitèk...." is an ebook about life choices. Happy are the kids whose parents guide and let them make major and career choices on their own. Almost all over the world, some parents want to control the life choices of their kids. This situation is worse in the underdeveloped and developed countries where patriarchal societies dominate all aspects of life.....

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Saturday, July 29, 2017

Bestselling eBook, 'Hail to the King of Sneakers: Michael Jordan's Nike Air Jordan Retro

Bestselling eBook, 'Hail to the King of Sneakers: Michael Jordan's Nike Air Jordan Retro

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"Hail to the King of Sneakers: Michael Jordan's Nike Air Jordan Retro Time ( A Social Media-loaded Marketing Campaign Success Story)" is an ebook about the history of Michael Jordan, a superhero, superstar basketball player who ended up becoming a great businessman after his retirement. It's also the story of sneaker collectors who did not mind staying in line to be able to buy a few pairs of his shoes. Over the years, superstar Michael Jordan has become a sacred hero. He was thought to have superhuman powers. In this ebook, you will read about the shopping incidents, Michael's business advice, and hard-working skills. You will also read about the shoe empire he ends up building and the standout players who are part of his brand.

Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Haiti’s Hidden Treasures - Trezò Kache PeyidAyiti – Les Trésors Cachés d’Haïti

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During the 4th of July Celebration, Only Dogs are Left Unhappy / Nan Banbòch 4 jiyè a Se Sèlman Chen ki pa Kontan

Si chen rakonte w sa yo wè, ou p'ap janm mache nannwit

If dogs tell you what they see, you will never walk at night (Haitian Proverb)

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Chak ane, ameriken selebre 4 jiyè. Se fèt endependans peyi etazini te pran nan men Angletè. (Every year, Americans celebrate 4th of July. It is the independence of the United States from England.

Ameriken selebre ak fèt hòtdòg, jwèt, epi konkou. Y’al sou plaj. Y’al jwe nan lak. Yo vwayaje al wè fanmi yo nan lòt vil. Moun ap kouri monte, kouri desann toupatou. Yo achte anpil fe atifis pou yo fete jou sa a. Gen Ameriken ki chita pale, manje, bay blag epi ri ak zanmi yo. Manje, jwèt, alkowòl, byè reyini moun. Men pafwa yo se kòz tèt chaje ak anpil pèn. Nenpòt zam, - kòmanse ak kouto rive sou zam fe tankou fizi, revòlvè, wouzi, AR15 - pa dwe kole ak tafya, estipefyan oswa dwòg nakotic. Gen lòt ki dwe mache nan mitan gwo flam chalè. Solèy la pa padonnen okenn moun. Y’ap travay paske fòk yo travay si yo se doktè, chofè taksi tankou chofè Uber ak Lyft. Lè Ameriken fin banboche, yo tonbe sou. Yo pran woule atè a epi yo fè dega nan vwazinaj la. Vwazen rele lapolis ki vin mete lòd nan dezòd. Yo menm arete kèk brigan ak dilè ki t’ap vann dròg opyòd tankou Krak, Kokayin, Fentanyl, ewoyin, metadòn, oksikodonn, elatriye. Yo rele yon chofè Uber oswa Lyft pou yo ka ale nan yon lòt fèt. Yo kontinye bwè plis tafya, kleren, Wiski ak tout lòt bwason yo jwenn. Yo sou anba dwòg. Anvan jounen an fini, chofè anbulans pa ka selebre paske yo dwe al chache banbochè sa yo ki tonbe anba dòz eksesif (overdose). Yo menmen yo nan lopital pou doktè ak enfimyè ka sove lavi yo. Paran banbochè sa yo pa konnen ki kote pitit yo ye. Pitit yo pa’t rete an kontak avèk yo. Dwòg fò sa yo yo rele Opyòd chanje sèvo. Nou pa bezwen di nou ke timoun ki kòmanse pran dwòg sa yo depi yo te tou piti pral soufri konsekans yo pandan anpil tan. Yo fè jenn gason ak jenn fanm tounen zonbi k’ap kouri toupatou pou achte dwòg. Yo vle santi yo alèz pou toutan. Yo pa ka viv san yo. Yo ka menm rive komèt nenpòt krim pou yo ka achte sa yo bezwen pou yon tikadè. Adiksyon se yon fòm konpilsyon pou achte kounye a menm. Si yo reyisi kenbe yon djòb, yo travay sèlman pou ache plis opyòd. Se tankou yon epidemi k’ap detwi fanmi Amerikèn an kachèt. Pafwa tout manm yon fanmi ap soufri nan epidemi sa a yon fòm tankou yon lòt.

4 jiyè dènye manm fanmi an pa ka rete lakay la. Gen twòp bwi nan vwazinaj la. Chen pran jape epi kouri toupatou nan lakou a jiskaske yo sote antouraj la. Si mèt yo pa la, yo pa gen chans rete nan lakou a. Yo kontre ak lòt chen nan vwazinaj la ke fe atifis t’ap toumante pandan tout jounen an. Yo fòme yon gwo bann chen k’ap kouri monte desann. Granmoun kon timoun ki wè yo tonbe pè. Yo kouri al kache anndan lakay yo oswa nenpòt kote yo ka jwenn yon ti kote pou yo kache. Gwo chen ak ti chen ap jape. Yo fè tankou yo ankolè ak anraje. Moun gen rezon pè oswa pran kouri nan lòt direksyon. Se yo menm ak pitit yo ki rann lavi chen sa yo mizerab. Bann chen sa yo se tankou refijye k’ap chache refij nenpòt ki kote ki pa gen bwi, zam k’ap tire oswa eklate anlè. Gen chen k’ap chache gadyen yo. Gen lòt chen k’ap chache pitit gadyen yo ki kite kay la depi kèk tan. Dwòg nakotik (estipefyan) te pran tèt jenn gason ak jenn fanm sa yo. Yo se moun pèdi nèt.

Translated Text:

You can purchase the whole ebook on Amazon.com or Draft2digital.com Americans celebrate with hotdogs, games, and races. They go to beaches. They go to lakes. They travel to see family members in other cities. They are running up and down every where. They buy a lot fireworks to celebrate this day. There are Americans who sit around to chat, eat, tell jokes and laugh with their friends. Meals, games, alcohol, beer gather people together. However, they are sometimes the causes of headaches and much pain. Whatever weapons – from knives to firearms such as guns, revolver, machine guns, AR15 etc – should not go along with alcohol and narcotic drugs. There are Americans who must walk around in the middle of the hot humid or dry heat. The sun is unforgiving to everybody. They are working because they have to work if they are doctors, taxi drivers such as Uber and Lyft drivers.

When some Americans finish celebrating, they get drunk, inebriated, intoxicated. They start rolling on the ground and causing damage in the neighborhood. Neighbors call the police who come to restore order amidst the chaos. The police officers even arrest some drunk troublemakers and drug dealers for selling opioids such as Duragesic or Fentanyl, crack, cocaine, heroin, methadone, Roxicodone or oxycodone etc. Some of the revelers call Uber or Lyft so they can go to another party. They continue to drink more alcohol, wiskey, and any other alcoholic beverages they can find. They are high on all kinds of drugs.

Before the end of the day, ambulance drivers cannot celebrate because they must be dispatched to pick up the overdosed revelers. They take them to the hospital so doctors and nurses can save their lives. The parents of those revelers do not know where their sons and daughters are. The children do not stay in touch with their parents. These strong narcotic drugs known as opioids change their growing brain.

Needless to say that kids who are exposed to them at a young age will suffer long-term consequences. They turn young men and women into zombies running everywhere and looking for the next high. They cannot live with them. They have to stay on a constant high. They may even turn to crimes to get the drug they are after for a short time. Addiction is a form of compulsive shopping. The drug addicts want their joint now. If they manage to hold a job, they work only to be able to purchase more opioids. It’s a hidden epidemic that is destroying the American family. Oftentimes, all the members of a family are suffering from this hidden epidemic one form or another.

4th of July, the last member of the family cannot stay in the house. There is too much noise in the neighborhood. The dogs start barking and running all around the yard until they jump over the fence. If their owners are not present, they do not have any chance of staying in the yard. They encountered other neighborhood dogs tormented by the fireworks all day long. They form a huge pack of dogs running up and down. As soon as adults and children see them, they get so scared. They run back to hide in their home or anywhere they can find shelter. Dogs of all breed, big as well as small dogs, are barking. They pretend to be mad and enraged. People have reason to be afraid or run away in a different direction. Their children and they are the ones who make these dogs’ lives miserable on 4th of July. This pack of dogs is like this mass of refugees who are seeking refuge in any place free of noise, exploding weapons and gunshots. There are dogs that are looking for their best friends, their loyal mates. There are dogs that are looking for their guardians’ sons and daughters who left home many years, months, or weeks ago. Opioids, marijuana, narcotic drugs and alcohol took over these young men and women’s mind, brain, and life. They’re already gone. Gone far away.

Thursday, February 9, 2017

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Wi tout moun ka aprann Kreyòl nan yon semèn - Yes everybody can learn Haitian Creole in one week.

Ki jan / Kòman / Kouman nou ka aprann lang sa a si vit? - How can we learn this language so fast?

Si nou renmen etidye, nou ka aprann ni byen vit – If you like to study, you can learn it very fast.

Di’m kisa pou’m fè pou’m kòmanse aprann Kreyòl – Tell me what to do to start learning Creole

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Ravèt ak Pinèz

Nou jwenn ravèt toupatou. Ravèt se sèl ensèk ki vwayaje ak moun rich tankou ak moun pòv. Yo peple anpil. Gen plis de 30 espès ravèt ki rete nan kay moun. Ravèt se gwo pès ki annouye moun nan sektè prive kon piblik.

Poul renmen chase, kouri dèyè ravèt. Se yon bon fòm ekzèsis pou yo.

Ravèt viv nan palè jistis, mezon blanch Etazini, nasyonzini epi nan tout gwo kay nan lemonn. Ravèt pa pinèz. Men toulède se ensèk ki mechan anpil. Pinèz ak ravèt pa viv ansanm men yo viv nan menm kay, menm bildin.

Depi se yon kote moun rete, nou ka jwenn ravèt ak pinèz. Pinèz ap fè gwo dega sou kò moun toupatou. Se dechire y’ap dechire moun ki pa ka dòmi sou kabann yo. Granmoun kou timoun pa ka pase yon bòn nwit sou kabann yo. Pinèz se lakòz anpil moun ki soufri ak depresyon. Pinèz menm koze anpil divòs toupatou nan lemonn. Si madanm ak mouche pa ka dòmi ansanm, yo gen plis chans pou yo bat zèl yo.

Translated Version

Cockroaches and Bed Bugs

We find cockroaches everywhere. Cockroaches are the insects that can travel with rich as well as poor people. They are very fecund / fertile. There are more than 30 species of roaches that can be found in human habitat all over the world. Cockroaches are pests that bother people in the private as well as public sectors.

Chicken enjoy hunting cockroaches. They are a good form of exercise for them.

Cockroaches live in Palaces of Justice, White House, United Nations, and all mega mansions in the world. Cockroaches are not bed or seat bugs. However, both of them are mean insects. Cockroaches and bugs do not live together but they live in the same house, same building. As long as it is a place where people live, we can find roaches and bugs. Bugs are creating havoc on human bodies everywhere. They are attacking people who cannot sleep on their beds. Children and adults cannot spend a good night of sleep on their beds. Bugs are the cause of depression in many people. They even cause lots of divorce all over the world. If a couple cannot sleep together, there is a better chance that they will walk away (take their separate way).

Sunday, October 2, 2016

Ann Pale Kreyòl ak Anglè PlopPlop epi San Dlo Nan Je - Let's Speak Haitian Creole in No Time and Without Tears

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Saturday, March 14, 2015

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Monday, December 22, 2014

"Finger-licking Haitian Recipes and Dishes" ebook Presents Soup Joumou (squash soup), Bannann Peze(fried plantains), Taso, Griyo, Ze bwouye (scrambled eggs), Ze Bouyi (boiled eggs), Mayi Moulen (Cornmeal), Labapen (chestnuts)

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The ebook presents Soup Joumou (squash soup), Bannann Peze(fried plantains), Taso, Griyo, Ze bwouye (scrambled eggs), Ze Bouyi (boiled eggs), Mayi Moulen (Cornmeal), Labapen (chestnuts) etc


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"Finger-licking Haitian Recipes and Dishes is a new book on Haitian dishes and recipes. It brings you information on why Haitians eat squash soup on January 1 every year. If you want to enjoy Haitian fruits and vegetables, learn which ones you want to try first. This ebook gives you simple info and a great introduction to the most popular dishes such as griyo or fried pork shoulders, pate Ayisyen or Haitian patties, legim or vegetables, diri kole ak pwa or rice and beans etc. It will make you knowledgeable about the different spices that Haitians use in their kitchens.

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Tuesday, November 11, 2014

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Monday, November 3, 2014

Mache ak Jwe Anba Lapli - Walking and Playing in The Rain

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"Mache ak Jwe anba lapli – Walking and Playing in the rain" is the story of two beautiful Haitian girls who got caught by bad weather while walking home from school. Linda and Lidya were close cousins. They were strong young girls. #Fanm djanm! They were members of an extended Haitian family in Jeremie, a city in the Southwestern part of Haiti. Thomas-Alexandre Dumas, son of a French nobleman and mixed-race slave and eventually a general of the French Revolutionary Wars, was also born there. Read their story in Haitian Creole and English and find out what they did when they got home despite their maid's instruction. In this story, you will find out the meals Haitian students eat for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Find out whether you know the names of the games most Haitian kids play. Underline boys and girls' favorite games. Linda and Lidya enjoy playing the following games: Linda and Lidya enjoy playing 'Kay'! Yo renmen jwe kay

jwe domino (play domino)

jwe marèl (hopscotch)

jwe damye (checkers)

monte kap (fly kites)

jwe bezig (yon jwèt kat ki gen rèn)

jwe oslè (knucklebones, jacks)

jwe mab (marbles)

fè lago (hide and seek, play tag)

jwe kat (play cards)

jwe boul (play balls, mostly soccer)

sote kòd (jump ropes)

jwe kay (count-and-capture)

jwe kat (play cards)

fè wonn ( role playing, dancing and singing in a circle, run and play in a circle)

jwe kachkach liben (Hide and Seek an Object)

jwe ak fistibal, tire fistibal (play with slingshots, shoot with slingshots)

Sunday, November 2, 2014

Learn Haitian Creole Online - Aprann Kreyòl sou Entènèt: English - Haitian Creole Vocabulary

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Habit – Abitid, Manni

Habitat – Abita

Half-way house – Ladesant tanporè

Habitual offender – Moun ki gen plizyè dosye, moun ki gen anpil zak

Hack – Chire, rache, taye

Hairbrush – Bwòstèt

Hairdo – koutpeny

Hair loss – Pèdi cheve

Hail – Grèl, lagrèl

Haircut – Fè, tèt, koupe cheve

Hairy – ki gen plim

Hall / hallway – Koridò, koulwa

Hall of fame – Kote pou onore moun, kote ki selèb

Hallucination – Vizyon, Alisinasyon

Halt – Kanpe, rete la

Ham – Janbon

Hamburger – sandwich vyann moulen, anbègè

Hammer – mato

Hand (assistance) – kout men, èd

Hand – men, plamen, pat,

Hand (verb) – remèt, mete nan men

Handbag – Valiz, sakamen

Hand washing – Lave men

Handbook – Mànyèl enfòmasyon

Handful – Ponyen

Handicap – Andikap, domaj, enfimite

Handicapped (adjective) – Andikape, domaje, enfim

Handkerchief – Mouchwa pòch

Handle – Lans, manch,

Handle (verb) – Manyen, touche, Okipe, brase, souke, sekwe, manipile, regle

Handle with care – pran prekosyon, frajil

Handle with gloves – Mete gan (lè wap fè travay sa a)

Handlebars – gidon

Hand-made – Ki fèt alamen

Hands on experience – Experyans Pratik

Handsaw – Goyin, si-a-men

Hang – jouke, pandye, Kwoke, pann

Hang up (verb) - kwoke

Hanger – Sèso

Hang out (verb) – Flannen

Harass – Talonnen, siveye, anmède, rann san souf, lage nan degonn

Harassment – anmèdman, pèsekisyon, arasman

Harness – lekipay, sèl pou chwal. Exanp: Lekipay gen sant mal bourik la – The harness has the smell of the jackass

Harness (verb) – sele. Exanp: Sele bourik la – harness the donkey or place the harness on the donkey

Harp – ap (enstriman mizik)

Harsh (adj.) – Mabyal, Tchak, Tyak

Hassle – Anmèdman, nwizans, anmède

Haste (noun) – anprèsman

Haste (verb) – Prese

Hatch – Kale. Exanp: Aprè ou fin bouyi ze, ou kale yo

Hate (noun) – èn, rayisman

Hate (verb) – rayi

Hate crimes – Krim kont moun ki diferan fizikman tankou jwif, nwa, meksiken, chinwa, japonè etsetera

Haughtily (adv) – angranman

Haughty (adj) – Aristokrat, granpanpan

Hearing aid – aparèy pou ede moun tande pi byen

Hearing-impaired – moun ki pa tande byen, soud, ki gen pwoblèm tande

Hearsay – Pawòl nan bouch, pawòl ou tande, pawòl yo di, rime

Heart attack – Kriz kadyak, Kriz kè

Heart of palm – chou palmis Heart pounding, heart racing – batman kè byen fò

Heart beat – batmann kè

Heartburn – doulè lestomak, endijesyon, zegrè lestomak

Head on collision – Aksidan fasafas

Head start – Pwogram pou degoche timoun

Headache – Tèt fè mal, maltèt

Headlights – gwo limyè machin

Headquarter – Katye general, biwo santral

Headscarf – Mouchwa tèt, foula

Heat rash – Bouton chalè, chofi, tife

Heavy heart – kè grenn, chagren

Heal – talon

Heal to toe – Depi nan tèt jis nan zòtèy

Hefty man – barak, potorik gason

Helmet – Chapo an metal, chapo pou pwoteje tèt, kas

Herdsman, shepherd – gadò, mawoule, gadyen bèt

Here and there – Pasipala

Here below – Sou latè beni

Hernia – èni

Hibernate – pase ivè dòmi, ibène, pase ivè

Hibiscus – choublak

Hiccup – Okèt

Hinge – Gon. Ekzanp: the hinge of the front door – gon pòt devan an

Hip – anch, ranch, sentay, senti, ren

Hip (adj) / Up to date – Modèn, alamòd

Hip bone – Zon ranch

Hippies – ipi

Hire (verb) – anboche, anplwaye, bay djòb

Hit – Kou, frape, bay kou, bay kout baton – hit with a stick

Honey – siwo myèl

Honey comb – Gato myèl

Honeydew – Melon despay

Hood – Kapo motè, kapo machin

Hoof – pat zannimo, zago

Hoop – sèk woulawoup

Hook – zen, kwòk (verb, kochte. Hook the door – kochte pòt)

Hot – cho, pimante, pike

Hot pepper – piman bouk

Hot relish – pikliz

Household – tout moun ki viv nan yon kay

Housekeeper – Moun ki fè netwayaj kay

Housework – travay kay

Hummingbird – Wanganègès, zwazo mouch

Hunchback – bosi

I.D. card – Kat idantite

I.V. – sewòm nan venn

Identical twins – Marasa idantik

Illicit (adj) – anbachal

Impeach (verb) – Revoke, kase yon ofisyèl nan djòb li

Impede – anpeche, defann I

n the wink of an eye – taptap, san pèdi tan,

Around here – Bò isitla,

In vain – Pou granmèsi, anven

Incenerator – Fou pou boule fatra, ensineretè

Inclination – pant, tandans, enklinasyon, atraksyon

Incognito – an kachèt

Ink – lank

Inkwell – ankriye

Insolent – Ensolan

Lava – wòch ki soti nan vòlkan

Lard – Mantèg, grès kochon, la kochon

Large intestine – Gwo trip

Larva – ze, lav, lava

Latrine cleaner – Bayakou

Laundry - Lesiv. M pral fè lesiv - I am going to do laundry.

Laundress – Lesivyè, lavandyèz

Leader – gid, dirijan, lidè, bòs, alatèt, chef

Lay (verb) – kouche, blayi, tann, ponn

Leg – janm

Leggy (adj) – janb long

Leap – vole

Lice – pou

Lie – manti, bay manti, fè manti

Lie detection test – Egzamen pou detekte manti

Liar – mantè, dyòlè

Lick – Niche, lanbe. Pa niche plat la. Don't lick the plate. Ou niche plat la aprè ou fin manje. You lick the plate after eating.

Lethargic – Kò kraze, Kò lage, san kouray, manfouben, kè pòpòz

Liar – mantè, dyòlè

Sunday, October 5, 2014

Koukou, Koukouy, Papiyon - Yon ti Istwa Pou Timoun!

Monarch Butterflies' Migration to their Sanctuary

Yon koukou (frize) k'ap gade koukouy - An owl that is looking at fireflies!

Buy a copy of "The Traveling Butterflies and Fireflies - Papiyon ak Koukouy K'ap Vwayaje

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The Traveling Butterflies and

"The Traveling Butterflies and Fireflies - Papiyon ak Koukouy K'ap Vwayaje" presents the annual experience of Haitian children awaiting the passage of butterflies and fireflies on their way to milkweed beaches found in Taino in Grand Goave, Petit-Goave, and Gelee near Les Cayes. See how the children play with the butterflies during their momentary stop before crossing the tall mountains. Enjoy the multicolored butterflies and fireflies that add more magic to the travel of very amazing insects accompanied by crowing toads in the past lush and green landscape of Haiti. Learn how the Madan Sara, female Haitian merchants end up relying on the lightningbugs to travel to far-away mountains where they purchase their merchandise. Find additional stories on http://madansara.blogspot.com and http://learnhaitiancreoleonline.blogspot.com

Sunday, September 28, 2014

Istwa Timoun - Kids' Stories Written in English, Spanish, and Haitian Creole

Istwa Timoun - Kids' Stories Written in Haitian Creole and English - "How to Babysit a Grandma in South Beach, Miami, Boston, and New York - Ki Jan Pou W Gadò yon Grann..."

Istwa Timoun - Kids Stories Written in Haitian Creole / English:

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"How to babysit a Grandma in South Beach, Miami, Boston, and New York - Kijan pou w Gadò Yon Grann Miyami, Boston, ak Nouyòk" is an ebook written in English and Haitian Creole. It tells you how to babysit your grandmother who is visiting you from Jamaica, Mexico, Haiti and other countries. It tells you what to feed her for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. In this ebook, you will find fun places you can take her to interact with her "compadres and comadres" (buddies in Egnlish or Konpè ak Kòmè in Haitian Creole). You will find the tropical fruits such as mangoes and Paw Paw etc.

Find additional ebooks on http://madansara.blogspot.com, http://voicivoilabonjour.blogspot.com and http://frenchandaudio.blogspot.com