Fresh Ereba is an enthralling anthology of ten bedtime stories for children told in the style of traditional Caribbean folk tales. This must-have anthology includes illustrations as well as the popular stories Dawn in Yurumein, How Cassava Came to Have a Bitter Taste and How Fish Learned to Fly. In this revised edition several stories have been enriched with dialogue and ten fun educational activities for kids have been added. Fresh Ereba is a perfect storytelling resource for parents and grandparents alike seeking to entertain as well as stimulate the inquiring minds of children aged four to ten years old.
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Kiran Dellimore is a scientist, prolific inventor and aspiring writer who currently resides in the beautiful Dutch city of Utrecht, where he is an avid runner, squash player and rock climber. In addition to Fresh Ereba: A Collection of Caribbean Bedtime Stories, he is the author of Squash Diary: The Story of How Squash Saved My Life and Walking in Footsteps of Promise.
Kiran attended Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia, from 1997 to 2000. He later transferred to Columbia University in New York where he completed a dual degree in Chemistry and Mechanical Engineering in 2002. From 2002 to 2010, he attended the University of Maryland at College Park, graduating with M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in aerospace engineering in 2005 and 2010, respectively.
Why do I write?
I love telling stories and of course listening to them too. I feel storytelling is an essential part of what it means to be human. We have an inherent need to share our human experience as well as the magnificent creations of our imagination. A good story is like a drink of cool water after a long thirst. It quenches a yearning within the soul. Writing for me is therefore a spiritual outlet which brings me, at least temporarily, in communion with my higher self. Each time words come to my mind seemingly from thin air I am reminded of the infinite source that flows through all creation.