Why Aunty Nadine
A Jamaican Cultural Delight
Nadine Brady Taylor
Writer and Poet
Nadine Brady-Taylor MS., MA., LLB. fondly called “Aunty Nadine” is a cultural ambassador for Jamaica. She is a multi-talented performer who represents her country in arts, entertainment, poetry, drama, dance, and song.
Donkey Seh: A Performance Folktale
Donkey Seh: A Performance Folktale written by Nadine Brady Taylor and illustrated by Amanda Cowan, is available in Paperback, Hardcover, Kindle, and as a read-along Audiobook. It can be enjoyed by children from 5 to 12 years old and is truly a cultural Gem.
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Must have for any children’s book library
“This book is a cultural gem and entertaining addition to any children’s book collection. It is a fun and interesting book with beautiful illustrations. Parents and kids can be entertained reading this story which introduces Jamaican dialect (patois) with translations provided at the back of the book. Must have for any children’s book library.”
Elizabeth Fowler - Jones
This book is an absolute gem!
“This book is an absolute gem! I hope there are many more coming – we definitely need more books in patois and the idea of working with proverbs and folktales is so brilliant. We all loved the lyricism of the book.
The very essence of Jamaican culture in a performance folktale
“Nadine has captured the very essence of Jamaican culture in a performance folktale that will keep children and adults entertained by the storytelling experience and the jollity of traditional songs and music. It celebrates important virtues and lessons on humility that will surely captivate audiences in Jamaica, across borders and in the Jamaican Diaspora.”
This sparkling story sings
“This sparkling story sings! Like a delightful ditty echoing in the subconscious long after the initial encounter, ‘Donkey Seh’ flows like a rich river, inviting us to share in its lessons and linger in its laughter. The unmistakably Jamaican language and cultural nuances, as well as the engaging intersection of learning and humour, is resonant and reminiscent of the late, great Louise Bennett-Coverley.”