Sprat Morrison

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Sprat Morrison
Author Jean D'Costa
Country Jamaica
Language English
Genre Children's novel
Publication date
1972

Sprat Morrison (ISBN 0-582-05207-6) is a 1972 children's book, and the first novel written by Jamaican author Jean D'Costa. The book is about the adventures of a young boy living in Papine, a suburb of Kingston. It is widely studied in Caribbean schools.[1]

Addition

Horizons is a series targeted towards 11-14 year old Caribbean citizens.Sprat grew up in the hills above Kingston, Jamaica. As the reader follows Sprat through his adventures and it is believed that the teenagers enjoying this series will say "It could only happen to Sprat!"

References[edit]

  1. ^ Dance, Daryl Cumber (1986). Fifty Caribbean writers: a bio-bibliographical critical sourcebook. Greenwood Publishing Group. p. 161. ISBN 978-0-313-23939-7.