Cindy F, Maryland
"The Great Compost Heap by Renaee Smith is a very good way to introduce conservation and ecology to children. Freddie learned about composting kitchen and garden waste in his science class. His parents build a box to compost but the compost gets too large. The mayor steps in and offers property for The Great Compost Heap so neighbors can place their compost and take from it. They used the compost to make their flowers and vegetables bigger and better. Questions and a puzzle add to the great experience. The images are colorful and detailed. A great story for all ages and especially good for nature centers and schools."
Shauna C, New Jersey
Memba When is an international treasure. If you've never read a cookbook from cover to cover, this will be your first time. God has given Renaee Perrier-Smith a unique vision for her cookbooks that capture and illustrate Jamaican culture and lifestyle. Purchase your copy from her today and you'll see exactly what I mean
Phil M, New Jersey
We bought two books (Jamaica's Forgotten Treats) at a recent book fair in Elizabeth for our two 11 year old nieces for Christmas gifts. They loved them and have already treated their families to Renaee's delicious treats. The recipes are perfect for working with starting cooks and bakers. I'm looking forward to learn about her next cook book.