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PUBLISHED & NOW IN PRINT – BRITANNIA’S CHILDREN

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BRITANNIA’S CHILDREN IS NOW OFFICIALLY PUBLISHED AND IN PRINT CHECK OUT THE BRITANNIA’S CHILDREN BOOK TRAILER AND ENJOY  EVERYTING BLESS…

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samuda-smith-publications

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PRESENTS

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BRITANNIA’S CHILDREN

Now in Print

(Buy your copy here…)

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Kim Pearson (Chair of African American Studies at the College of New Jersey) writes: “When a story begins with: When I was a likkle boy, there was a few stories I hear about England, especially when the old time people dem start talk…’ you know you are in for a fun ride. That’s the opening of the first story in BRITANNIA’S CHILDREN by Norman Samuda Smith.”

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CHECK OUT THE BRITANNIA’S CHILDREN BOOK TRAILER HERE…

Britannia's Children (Cover Design)

Britannia's Children (Back Cover)_______________________________________________________________

A collection of short stories by

Norman Samuda Smith

(Now in Print)

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BRITANNIA’S CHILDREN is a collection of eleven beautifully crafted short stories written over a period of 30 years and have been brought together for the first time. They illustrate Black-British dialect and identity in their infancy. They take you inside the world, the culture and feelings of a people from the Caribbean and their British-born off-spring. They speak of the past, present and possible future. For some, they will be a history lesson; others, a trip down memory lane. Whichever category you occupy; read, enjoy and see beyond the words to discover their significance.

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BRITANNIA’S CHILDREN

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Britannia's Children (Cover Design)

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Now published!

Buy your copy here… 

You can also view & buy a copy here… 

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Watch the book trailer 

here…

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