Caribbean Stereotypes in Children's Books

Earlier this week, we used the Twitter Moments function over on our Twitter page to compile all our previous tweets (plus some new ones; we've been having a lot of conversation on Twitter this week!) and Twitter threads related to Caribbean stereotypes in children's literature into a single Twitter Story for easy reference. However, something must be wrong with Twitter's website because tweets kept disappearing from the Twitter Story, so we've moved the conversation here.

Below are things we've tweeted related to clichéd representations (which sometimes amounts to negative stereotypes) of the Caribbean and its people in children's books. Feel free to join the conversation over on Twitter!

*There are lots of tweets embedded on this page, so the page may take some seconds to load. Please be patient!

Some tweets have gone missing here. We are actively working on restoring them.

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Anansesem is an online magazine of Caribbean children's and young adult literature by adults and children. We strive to bring you the best in news, reviews and creative content from the world of Caribbean children's publishing.
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