'Callaloo' will take kids through an educational Caribbean journey

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| March 08 2016,

00:30 am

At a time when way too many folks are confused with Rihanna's dialect in 'Work,' it might be time to get a head start on teaching the next generation across the diaspora about Caribbean culture.  And that's where Callaloo comes in. It's a fun, educational and exciting series created by D.C.-based entrepreneurs Marjuan Canady and Nabeeh Bilal that promotes cultural literacy and social education for children through books, animation, live performance, digital content, games and arts education tools
Following the many adventures of main characters Winston and his best friend Marisol, kids will be taken on a fun ride through various islands in the Caribbean, learning about the rich culture through food, folktales, traditional dialect and more. 
Callaloo Callaloo is available now online, in bookstores and libraries. You can also follow them on Twitter and InstagramApril 3rd, creators Marjuan and Nabeeh will be at Barnes and Noble on the Howard University campus from 1-3 pm. For more info, see below. 
Photo: callaloothebook.com
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