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Index
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Khan, Rayman .................................... 52
King Lear ............................................ 38
l Lambert, Norman ............................. 49
Lamming, George .................................. 4
Language Activator................................ 9
Language for Living ............................... 7
Leopard, The ....................................... 39
Leslie, S ............................................. 53
Lessing, Doris ..................................... 39
Lets Work With English ....................... 41
Lewis dos Santos, Natasha .................. 49
Listos! for the Caribbean .................... 59
Log on to IT ........................................ 17
Log on to IT for CSEC .......................... 16
London, Norrel .................................... 20
Lonely Londoners, The........................... 4
Longman Active Study Dictionary ..... 9, 35
Longman Basic English Dictionary .......... 9
Longman Biology for CSEC .................. 14
Longman Caribbean Geography ........... 21
Longman Caribbean History ................. 19
Longman Chemistry for CSEC .............. 14
Longman Dictionary of
Contemporary English ..................... 8, 35
Longman Electronic Document Preparation
and Management for CSEC.................. 28
Longman Geography ........................... 20
Longman Human & Social Biology
for CSEC ............................................. 14
Longman Information Technology
for CXC............................................... 17
Longman Integrated Science
for CSEC ............................................. 14
Longman Language Activator ................. 9
Longman Office Administration
for CSEC ............................................. 27
Longman Physics for CSEC.................. 14
Longman Sciences for CSEC ......... 1415
Longman Visual Arts for
Secondary Schools .......................... 245
Love, George ................................ 32, 34
Lovelace, Earl ..................................... 39
Lutchman, C ....................................... 45
m Macaulay, M ....................................... 7
Macbeth ............................................. 38
McCallum, Dian................................... 19
McDonald, Ian ..................................... 39
McKenzie, Alecia ................................. 38
McNab, Rose ...................................... 60
Maharaj, B .......................................... 30
Making of the Bahamas, The ............... 19
Making the Grade ............................... 41
Man for All Seasons, A ........................ 38
Maples, D ........................................... 19
Maps .................................................. 21
Marine, Mohammed ............................ 49
Mason, Louise .................................... 49
Masters of the Dew ............................. 38
Mathematics for the Caribbean ............ 45
Mathematics for Caribbean Schools ..... 11
Mathematics for CXC .......................... 45
Maths for the Caribbean, Success in .... 11
Maths Connect ............................. 46, 47
Maths Connect for CSEC ..................... 44
Mayne, Doris .................................... 6, 7
Merchant of Venice, The .................. 5, 39
Metalwork, The Theory and
Practice of .................................... 32, 34
Mtro ................................................. 60
Midsummer Nights Dream, A .......... 4, 38
Miguel Street ...................................... 38
Miller, Arthur ....................................... 38
Mint Tea and Other Stories .................. 38
Moodie, S ........................................... 30
Moore, Schontal .................................... 6
Mordecai, Pamela ............................. 5, 6
Morrissey, Mike ....................... 21, 22, 23
Moultrie, Pamela ................................. 41
Much Ado About Nothing ..................... 39
n Naipaul, V S ...................................... 38
New Reading Tropical Maps, The.......... 21
.GGWA4HIONGO ........................ 38, 39
Nwapa, Flora ...................................... 38
o October All Over ............................... 39
Office Administration for CSEC ....... 27, 54
Office Administration for CXC ............... 28
Old Story Time ...................................... 4
Oliver, Ray .......................................... 14
Ottley, Jeanette ................................... 21
Over Our Way ....................................... 4
p Payne, Lynette .................................. 27
People Who Came, The ....................... 19
Philip, Marlene Nourbese ..................... 38
Physics for CSEC ................................ 14
Physics for CXC .................................. 49
Pick of the Crop .................................. 39
Plastering ........................................... 62
Plays for Today ...................................... 4
Plumbing Dictionary ............................ 62
Poetry for CXC .................................... 40
Poetry, Selected .................................. 39
Poetry, West Indian ................................ 5
Poitier, Sharon..................................... 22
Pollard, Velma ....................................... 4
Pope, G .............................................. 45
Potter, Steve ....................................... 14
Potts, I A ............................................. 44
Practical Chemistry for CXC ................. 49
Practical Skills in Caribbean
Geography .......................................... 21
Practice Exercises for CSEC
English Language ................................ 41
Pride and Prejudice ............................. 39
Priestley, J B ....................................... 38
Principles of Accounts for
the Caribbean ..................................... 28
Principles of Accounts for CXC ............. 55
Principles of Business for CSEC ........... 26
Principles of Geography for CXC .......... 20
Prose for CXC ..................................... 40
r Ragoobirsingh, Dalip ....................... 14
Rainford, Marcia.................................. 48
Ramchand, Kenneth .............................. 5
Ramdeen, Romila ................................ 19
Ramsay, Paulette .......................... 29, 38
Ramsey, Y ........................................... 45
Rees, James ....................................... 11
Reid, Judy .................................... 27, 28
Reid, Mary .......................................... 52
Reid, V S............................................. 39
Reid, Vic ........................................... 4, 5
Remy, Cheryl ...................................... 49
Rhone, Trevor ........................................ 4
Rhys, Jean ............................................ 5
River Between, The ............................. 39
Robertson, Ian ....................................... 7
Roberts-Squires, Maria ........................ 39
Robinson, Sheila ................................. 28
Robottom, John ................................... 18
Rohlehr, B A ........................................ 53
Romeo and Juliet ................................ 39
Rondon, D R de................................... 30
Rose, Gerry ......................................... 11
Roumain, Jacques ............................... 38
Ryan, Lawrie ....................................... 48
s St Juste-Jean, Leonie ...................... 41
Sammy, Carol ..................................... 38
Samuel, Tricia A .................................. 49
Sandy, M ............................................ 53
Sang, David ............................ 48, 50, 51
School Atlas for The
Commonwealth of The Bahamas .......... 22
Schoolmaster, The ............................... 39
Science for Caribbean Schools............. 50
Science for CSEC ................................ 48
Science for Jamaica ............................ 51
Science for Trinidad and Tobago ........... 51
Sciences for CSEC ........................ 1415
Seepersad, K ...................................... 53
Selected Poetry ................................... 39
Selvon, Sam...................................... 4, 5
Senior, Mike ........................................ 20
Senior, Olive .......................................... 5
Shahiba, Ali......................................... 21
Shakespeare, William ............ 4, 5, 38, 39
Sheehan, Moira ................................... 51
Sieupersad, Allan ............................ 245
Simmons-McDonald, Hazel .................. 41
Siriam, Sally .......................................... 7
Sixty Five .............................................. 4
Smile Orange ........................................ 4
So Long a Letter ................................. 39
Social Studies for the Caribbean:
CXC Core Units and Options ................ 53
Social Studies for Lower Secondary ..... 53
Songs of Silence ................................. 39
Soyer, Amaral ........................................ 6
Soyer, Samuel ....................................... 6
Sprat Morrison ...................................... 5
Stanlake, G F ...................................... 26
Stewart, Joyce .................................... 41
Stone Haven ....................................... 39
Streetcar Named Desire, A................... 38
Success in Maths for the Caribbean ..... 11
Summer Lightning ................................. 5
Suns Eye, The ...................................... 5
Sunsong Books ..................................... 5
Swan, D K ............................................ 7
t Taylor, Michele ........................... 16, 17
Technical Drawing ......................... 32, 34
Tempest, The ...................................... 39
Theory and Practice of
Metalwork, The ............................. 32, 34
Things Fall Apart ................................. 39
Thompson-Hosein, F ........................... 55
Time and the River .............................. 39
Tomlinson, Terry .................................. 11
Trinidad & Tobago History,
An Introduction to the .......................... 57
Trinidad and Tobago
Integrated Science .............................. 51
Trinidad and Tobago Maths Connect ..... 46
Tropical Maps ..................................... 21
Turner, D A .......................................... 44
Twelfth Night ....................................... 39
Typewriting for the Caribbean .............. 28
Typing for the Caribbean ..................... 28
u Universal Typing for the Caribbean ... 28
v Vesprey, Augustine .......................... 31
Visual Arts for Secondary Schools .... 245
Viva! .................................................. 30
w Walcott, Derek .................................. 39
Walmsley, Anne ..................................... 5
Walmsleys Commercial Typewriting
for the Caribbean ................................ 28
Watson-Grant, Elaine ..................... 29, 30
Ways of Sunlight ................................... 5
Weep Not, Child .................................. 39
West Indian Poetry ................................ 5
Whitcomb, Alan ............................. 26, 55
Whiteley, Peter .................................... 14
Wide Sargasso Sea ............................... 5
Williams, Sheila ..................................... 4
Williams, Tennessee ...................... 38, 39
Wilson, Mark ....................................... 21
Wine of Astonishment, The .................. 39
Wood, Frank ....................................... 28
World of Poetry for CXC, A ................... 40
World of Prose for CXC, A .................... 40
Wyndham, John .................................... 4
y Year in San Fernando, The ............... 39
Young Warriors, The .............................. 5
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ACTIVEBOOK/ACTIVETEACH .........................................................02
LONGMAN ENGLISH LITERATURE ................................................04
LONGMAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE ...............................................06
LONGMAN DICTIONARIES .............................................................08
LONGMAN MATHEMATICS ............................................................11
LONGMAN SCIENCE ........................................................................12
LONGMAN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ................................16
LONGMAN HISTORY ..........................................................................18
LONGMAN GEOGRAPHY ..............................................................20
LONGMAN ATLASES ........................................................................22
LONGMAN VISUAL ARTS ...............................................................24
LONGMAN BUSINESS STUDIES AND ECONOMICS ..................26
LONGMAN OFFICE ADMINISTRATION AND ACCOUNTS ........27
LONGMAN MODERN LANGUAGES - SPANISH ......................29
LONGMAN AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE .........................................31
LONGMAN DESIGN, TECHNOLOGY AND HOME ECONOMICS ......32
LONGMAN ADDITIONAL RESOURCES.......................................34
EXAMCAFE.........................................................................................36
HEINEMANN ENGLISH LITERATURE ............................................38
HEINEMANN ENGLISH LANGUAGE ...........................................40
HEINEMANN DICTIONARIES ........................................................ 43
HEINEMANN MATHEMATICS .......................................................44
HEINEMANN SCIENCE .....................................................................48
HEINEMANN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ...........................52
HEINEMANN SOCIAL STUDIES .....................................................53
HEINEMANN OFFICE ADMINISTRATION AND ACCOUNTS .......54
HEINEMANN HISTORY ...................................................................57
HEINEMANN HOME ECONOMICS .............................................58
HEINEMANN MODERN LANGUAGES - SPANISH ..................58
HEINEMANN MODERN LANGUAGES - FRENCH ...................60
HEINEMANN ADDITIONAL RESOURCES ...................................62
INDEX ....................................................................................................64
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Escape to Last Man Peak Jean DCosta 978 0 582 765757

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Over Our Way Jean DCosta, Velma Pollard 978 0 582 225800

Plays for Today Errol Hill (ed) 978 0 582 786202 Including Ti-Jean and
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Sunsong Book 1 Pamela Mordecai, 978 0 582 765 55 9 Poems from the Caribbean
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understand and explain meanings in a way that simple translations in a bilingual dictionary
cannot. Actively encouraging students to develop their language through the built-in workbook,
study notes and full-colour illustrations, this dictionary is ideal for exam preparation.

Now available with CD-ROM including:
O Full text of the dictionary.
O All headwords pronounced.
O Hundreds of pictures.
O Full range of interactive exercises.
Longman Active Study Dictionary
Intermediate Upper Intermediate
ordering details
Paper with CD-ROM
978 1405 862288
Paper without CD-ROM
978 0582 794535
ordering details
Cased 978 0582 415485
Paper 978 0582 419520
Longman Language Activator


2nd Edition
Upper Intermediate Advanced
Vocabulary-improving for advanced students
O Helps students choose the right word by clearly showing the differences in meaning
between words with similar meanings.
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O Students learn how to use their new word or phrase correctly using the collocations
and phrases given for each meaning.
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Longman Mathematics
Success in Maths for the Caribbean
A unique approach to secondary school mathematics teaching,
designed to engage students interest and increase condence
Strengths of the course:
O Clear explanatory notes at the beginning of each topic focus learning.
O Exercises encourage development in understanding of a topic.
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O Simple explanations and reminders of mathematical concepts throughout the chapters.
O Workbooks provide additional practice for home or further class work.
O Teacher Resource and Testing Books help with preparing lessons and provide a variety of tests
for use throughout the year.
Each of the four levels has a dedicated Students Book, Workbook and Teacher Resource and Testing Book.
authors
Caribbean edition adapted by
Althea Foster, Gerry Rose, James Rees
ordering details
Students Book 1
978 0582 436909
Students Book 2
978 0582 436916
Students Book 3
978 0582 436923
Students Book 4
978 0582 853270
Workbook 1
978 0582 436930
Workbook 2
978 0582 436947
Workbook 3
978 0582 436954
Workbook 4
978 0582 894303
Teacher Resource and Testing Book 1
978 0582 461543
Teacher Resource and Testing Book 2
978 0582 461550
Teacher Resource and Testing Book 3
978 0582 461567
Teacher Resource and Testing Book 4
978 0582 853287
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Mathematics for
Caribbean Schools
3rd Edition
A structured approach to secondary school mathematics,
matching the syllabi from across the Caribbean
This bestselling course provides clear explanations of new topics and worked examples, whilst
reinforcement and practice exercises ensure sound mathematical understanding.
ordering details
Students Book 1
978 1405 847773
Students Book 2
978 1405 847780
Students Book 3
978 1405 847810
Students Book 4
978 1405 847797
Teachers Guide 1
978 1405 862790
Teachers Guide 2
978 1405 862806
Teachers Guide 3
978 1405 862813
Teachers Guide 4
978 1405 847803
authors
Althea Foster, Terry Tomlinson
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Student Book
Sample pages from Active Science Student Book 3
A lower secondary science course, with complementary
ActiveBook and ActiveTeach software, bringing the teaching
and learning of science to life
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and CXCs CCSLC syllabus, this three-level, lower secondary course:
O engages students through an active learning approach with many hands-on activities promoting
learning through practice
O prepares students for moving up to CSEC-level science with activities developed to bridge the gap
between lower secondary and CSEC-level
O incorporates interactive, digital components for enhanced learning.
A FREE ActiveBook CD-ROM can be found in the back of every Student Book whilst teacher
support is available in the form of ActiveTeach CD-ROMs see pages 2-3 for further details.
Active Science
authors
Roger Bala, Ann Fullicks
ordering details
Active Science Student Book 1
978 1405 885287
Active Science Student Book 2
978 1405 885294
Active Science Student Book 3
978 1405 885300
Active Science Caribbean ActiveTeach 1
978 1405 885317
Active Science Caribbean ActiveTeach 2
978 1405 885324
Active Science Caribbean ActiveTeach 3
978 1405 885331
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Integrated Science : Steve Potter, Ray
Oliver (Advisor: Donna Bynoe-Arthur
Physics: Barry Jackson, Peter whiteley
Chemistry: Jim Clark, Ray Oliver
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Human and Social Biology: Dalip
Ragoobirsingh, Ann Fullick
Comprehensive coverage of the CSEC science curriculum,
with complementary ActiveBook and ActiveTeach software,
bringing the teaching and learning of science to life
Each Students Book provides:
O clear explanatory notes at the beginning of each topic that focus learning
O exercises encouraging development in understanding or further class work
O a FREE ActiveBook CD-ROM with fun interactive material to help consolidate learning.
Teacher support is available in the form of ActiveTeach CD-ROMs see pages 2 and 3
for further details.
Longman Sciences
for CSEC

ordering details
Longman Integrated Science for
CSEC Students Book
978 1408 231296
Longman Integrated Science for
CSEC Active Teach
978 1408 231302
Longman Physics for CSEC Students Book
978 1405 885249
Longman Physics for CSEC ActiveTeach
978 1405 885256
Longman Chemistry for CSEC Students Book
978 1405 885218
Longman Chemistry for CSEC ActiveTeach
978 1405 885201
Longman Biology for CSEC Students Book
978 1405 885195
Longman Biology for CSEC ActiveTeach
978 1405 885188
Longman Human and Social Biology for
CSEC Students Book
978 1408 208557
Longman Human and Social Biology for
CSEC ActiveTeach
978 1408 208540


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Longman Information Technology
contents
1 Types of computers and their parts
2 Input devices
3 Primary and secondary storage
4 Output devices
5 Data storage and representation
6 Software
7 Data communications,
networks and the Internet
8 Programming
9 System security and computer crimes
10 Introduction to web page design
11 Presentations using PowerPoint
12 Word processing
13 Spreadsheets
14 Databases
15 Integrating data
16 Careers in computing
17 Applications and implications of IT
Glossary
Index
Log on to IT for CSEC

2nd Edition
A comprehensive and interactive scheme covering the
new CSEC

IT curriculum, with complementary ActiveBook
and ActiveTeach software, for enhanced practical learning
This Students Book and ActiveTeach combination:
O helps teachers of the new curriculum with a chapter structure that mirrors the topics in the
syllabus and a clear indication of chapters for use with SBAs
O provides an accessible approach to theory and practice with straightforward introductions and
a fun, hands-on approach including a range of questions multiple choice, recall, structured,
true/false and puzzles
O incorporates interactive, digital components for enhanced learning.
A FREE ActiveBook CD-ROM can be found in the back of every Students Book whilst teacher
support is available in the form of ActiveTeach CD-ROMs see pages 2 and 3 for further details.
ordering details
Log on to IT for CSEC Students Book,
2nd Edition
978 1 408228 76 0
Log on to IT for CSEC ActiveTeach,
2nd Edition
978 1 408228 77 7
authors
Roland Birbal, Michele Taylor
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An easy-to-teach lower secondary course incorporating all
the material required to teach IT as a stand-alone subject
over the three years of lower secondary
This course has been closely aligned with the Jamaican and OECS IT syllabi and the IT strands
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O engages students with a fun and lively design
O incorporates activities throughout to support a practical approach to learning
O provides an ideal foundation for students going on to study the subject at CSEC-level
O incorporates interactive, digital components for enhanced learning.
A FREE ActiveBook CD-ROM can be found in the back of every Students Book whilst teacher
support is available in the form of ActiveTeach CD-ROMs see pages 2 and 3 for further details.
Interact with
Information Technology
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Interact with IT Students Book 1 978 1405 870078
Interact with IT Students Book 2 978 1405 870085
Interact with IT Students Book 3 978 1405 870092
Interact with IT ActiveTeach 1 978 1405 870047
Interact with IT ActiveTeach 2 978 1405 870054
Interact with IT ActiveTeach 3 978 1405 870061
authors
Roland Birbal, Michele Taylor
Covering the CSEC Information Technology technical
prociency syllabus
O Cc.e| |ec|r|ca| p|c|c|erc] ||ec|] ard |r|e|a|ed p|cduc||.||] |cc|.
O Provides a step-by-step approach to working with spreadsheets, databases and word processing.
O Includes a wide range of practicals, activities and exercises for self study.
O Offers help with planning and carrying out the SBA component.
Longman Information
Technology for CXC

ordering details
Longman Information Technology for CXC
978 0582 827905
authors
R Birbal, J Blair
Written and designed specically for lower secondary
students across the Caribbean
This textbook and FREE ActiveBook CD-ROM develop IT skills through an active, accessible approach to
theory and practice, providing an ideal foundation for going on to study IT at CSEC, and for building real
life computer skills.
Log on to IT
authors
Roland Birbal, Michele Taylor
ordering details
Log on to IT 978 1 408228 76 0
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Longman History
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Based on the popular series formerly known as Caribbean
Story, now revised and updated to include comprehensive
coverage of the new CSEC syllabus
The series offers an accessible and engaging approach to studying the history of the Caribbean
including full-colour, clear designs, shorter chapters, focus questions, in-text facts, key-terms and
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book that contains extra activities to help consolidate learning.
O Caribbean History: Foundations, Book 1 covers themes in depth from earliest peoples in the
Caribbean to the time just after the end of enslavement.
O Caribbean History: Independence, Book 2 covers themes in depth from the late 19th century
to 1985. Since 1985 updates have been included to help with understanding how what is
happening at present links with history studies.
Caribbean History
4th Edition
- Foundations, Book 1
- Independence, Book 2
ordering details
Caribbean History: Foundations,
Book 1 (4th Edition) 978 1408 205938
Caribbean History: Independence,
Book 2 (4th Edition) 978 1408 205945
authors
William Claypole, John Robottom
Sample pages and screen shot from Caribbean History: Independence Book 2 and accompanying CD-ROM
Student Book
contents
Book 1
Unit 1: The indigenous Americans and the Europeans
Unit 2: 200 years of colonial rivalry
Unit 3: Sugar and enslavement
Unit 4: Resistance and revolt
Unit 5: Towards emancipation
Unit 6: Adjusting to emancipation
Book 2
Unit 1: Diversifying the economy
Unit 2: Society and economy in the twentieth century
Unit 3: The USA and the Caribbean
Unit 4: Political development in the twentieth century


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A lower secondary Caribbean history course providing
students with a rm grounding in Caribbean history
This course aims to prepare students for their future studies at CSEC-level, as well as to develop wider
skills in social studies through an active approach to the study of social history. This two-book approach:
O spans Caribbean history from ancient civilisations to late 20th Century independence
O provides practice in different skill areas such as recall, interpretation and evaluation, map work
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O reinforces learning through comprehensive revision questions.
Longman Caribbean History
- Empires and Conquests
- Freedom and Change
ordering details
Empires and Conquests 978 0582 407916
Freedom and Change 978 0582 407923
authors
John Gilmore, Beryl M Allen,
Dian McCallum, Romila Ramdeen
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The Making of The Bahamas 978 0582 848832
The leading history text for the Bahamas
O Offers a detailed study of Bahamian history over the last 30 years.
O Accessible to students with its clear design and layout.
O Reinforces learning through a range of activities and exercises.
The Making of the Bahamas
2nd Edition
authors
Don Maples
History for lower secondary
An established and highly popular three-book history course for lower forms in Caribbean
schools. Each book includes a wide range of questions and activities to test knowledge and
to stimulate further enquiry and thought.
The People Who Came
ordering details
Book 1 978 0582 766488
Book 2 978 0582 766587
Book 3 978 0582 766570
authors
Editor: Kamau Braithwaite
History of Jamaica covers the whole history of the island from the arrival of the Arawaks
a thousand years ago, until the present day.
History of Jamaica
authors
Clinton V Black
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History of Jamaica 978 0582 038981


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Longman Geography
Principles of Geography for CXC


Comprehensively covers all the major requirements
of the CSEC syllabus
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O reinforcement exercises for every chapter to increase understanding and develop key skills
O statistical data on the Caribbean region and the rest of the world
O engaging text supported by photographs, maps and diagrams.
ordering details
Principles of Geography for CXC
978 0582 039896
authors
Norrel A. London, Mike Senior
Longman Geography for CSEC

Comprehensively covers the latest revisions to the CSEC


geography syllabus
This book includes:
O a strong focus on environmental issues
O concept boxes that present key ideas in an accessible way
O exam practice opportunities through a variety of exercises and questions at the end of each unit
O a FREE interactive CD-ROM providing animation and further activities.
ordering details
Longman Geography for CSEC
978 1405 816632
authors
Jeanette Ottley, Marolyn Gentles
Student Book
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Longman Geography
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A lower secondary course, paving the way for CSEC studies
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students geographical skills and knowledge at lower secondary level.
This course provides:
O skills practice such as interpreting and evaluating data, map work, making comparisons,
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O coverage of the social, economic, physical and environmental geography of the Caribbean
O contrast by investigating other areas of the world such as South Africa and India.
Longman Caribbean Geography
- T|e Ca||||ear & Be]crd
- Caribbean Challenges
ordering details
The Caribbean & Beyond 978 0582 407893
Caribbean Challenges 978 0582 407909
authors
Mark Wilson, Jeanette Ottley, Shahiba
Ali, Charlene Costelloe, Barbara Jenkins
Lower secondary and CSEC- level geography in one course
This two-book approach teaches the development of skills and encourages a thorough
understanding of all geographical data, including maps and photographs. Book 1 covers the
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CSEC examination which is covered in Book 2.
Practical Skills in
Caribbean Geography
ordering details
Book 1 978 0582 766365
Book 2 978 0582 765894
authors
Mike Morrissey, Graham Hart
Providing map reading skills to aid CSEC exam preparation
This book contains many of the basic map reading and interpretive skills that are needed to aid
students preparing for the CSEC-level examination in geography. It leads students systematically
through the various steps involved in interpreting maps, photographs and statistical diagrams.
The New Reading Tropical Maps
ordering details
The New Reading Tropical Maps 978 9814 114752
authors
Mike Morrissey, Graham Hart


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An ideal companion for lower secondary geographers; revised
and updated in association with the Ministry of Education
O Includes more full-colour images, current data from the Department of Statistics and up-to-date
maps including new physical maps for all continents.
O Supports the teaching and learning of current social issues being addressed in the Bahamian
education system.
School Atlas for The
Commonwealth of The Bahamas
Revised Edition
ordering details
School Atlas for The Commonwealth
of The Bahamas, Revised Edition
978 1408 258279
authors
Mike Morrisey, Ministry of Education
Advisor: Sharon Poitier, Senior
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Atlas for Caribbean
Examinations
3rd Edition
This bestselling atlas, with FREE CD-ROM, provides
essential support for CSEC social studies courses as
well as The Bahamas GCSE geography programme
Offering valuable reference material for CSEC-level students, teacher trainees and other higher level
students, this atlas is also a fascinating reference book for use in the home. It provides:
O content structured to match the CSEC geography syllabus, including in-depth material on special
themes to be studied
O emphasis on conservation issues and the effects of human activity on the climate and environment
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for school-based assessment and map skills practice with three large-scale topographical maps
O animated simulations of natural occurrences linked to key CSEC study areas on a FREE CD-ROM.
ordering details
Atlas for Caribbean Examinations
978 1405 849449
authors
Advisor: Mike Morrisey
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Longman Visual Arts
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Longman Visual Arts for
Secondary Schools
Comprehensive coverage of visual arts syllabi across the
Caribbean, for all school years
Highlights of the book:
O Step-by-step practical instructions enable students to apply theoretical and practical visual arts
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photographs to motivate students.
O An engaging FREE CD-ROM reinforces crucial concepts and promotes independent learning
with interactive activities and questions, guidance on art room materials and best practices and
project work for class or home study.
ordering details
Longman Visual Arts for Secondary Schools
978 1408 208533
authors
Allan Sieupersad
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contents
Part I All About the Visual Arts
1 The World of Visual Arts
2 World Art
3 Caribbean Art
Part II Areas of Creativity
in the Visual Arts
4 Drawing
5 Painting
6 Printmaking
7 Graphic Design
8 Textile Design
9 Three-Dimensional Art
10 Leathercraft
11 Pottery and Ceramics
12 Fibre Arts
13 Decorative Arts and Craft
14 Introduction to Design Arts
Part III Bringing Visual Arts
Learning Together
15 Visual Arts Integration
16 Reea|c| & w||||r a|cu|
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Longman Business Studies and Economics
Full CSEC syllabus coverage in one textbook
This up-to-date book presents:
O a clear and concise treatment of CSEC topics including balance of payments, national
income, markets and marketing
O extensive activities at the end of each chapter to reinforce learning
O a FREE interactive CD-ROM of multiple-choice questions to aid revision.
Essential Principles of
Business for CSEC

3rd Edition
ordering details
Essential Principles of Business for CSEC
978 1405 842211
authors
Alan Whitcomb with
Macpherson Barnes
Written specically for the Caribbean CSEC

economics syllabus
This textbook and FREE CD-ROM help students to gain knowledge as they develop their skills of
interpretation and application. Including:
O clear chapter objectives and summaries giving structure to learning whilst CSEC-style questions
at the end of every chapter help students prepare for the examination
O opportunities for students to assess their understanding of key points with the Understanding
Concepts feature as well as relevant case studies that apply the subject to real-life
O a comprehensive SBA Guide helping students and teachers tackle this important aspect of the syllabus.
Longman Economics for CXC

ordering details
Economics for CXC
978 0582 854369
authors
Dr. R. Hosein, G. F. Stanlake


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Longman Ofce Administration and Accounts
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Office Administration for CSEC
Please note, cover image and
sample pages are subject to
change upon publication of the
revised CXC syllabus.
Student Book
Longman Ofce
Administration for CSEC

2nd Edition
This revised and updated edition will comprehensively
match the 2011 CXC syllabus
This 2nd edition will help students to gain the knowledge and practical skills required for success
both in CSEC e/ar ard |r ||e |ea| Wc||d c| c||ce Wc||.
Highlights of the book:
O Key terms will be highlighted throughout and a comprehensive glossary at the back of the book will
help to increase students use and understanding of related vocabulary.
O Each section of the book will offer a clear outline of syllabus statements, explaining the new skills and
knowledge students will acquire.
O In-text questions and case studies will test students understanding and end-of-chapter exercises will
provide opportunities to review learning with more in-depth and exam-focused practice.
O A revised and expanded SBA Guide will offer a wealth of material for teachers and students, PLUS a
FREE CD-ROM will provide further support for the text and additional exam preparation material.
Dont miss the accompanying student Workbook!
Please check with your local sales representative for availability of these forthcoming titles.
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Universal Typing for the Caribbean, 3rd Edition
978 0582 307681
Universal Typing for the Caribbean
3rd Edition
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Walmsleys Commercial
Typewriting for the Caribbean
10th Edition
ordering details
Walmsleys Commercial Typewriting
for the Caribbean, 10th Edition
978 0582 311688
Longman Electronic Document
Preparation and Management for CSEC

Written by experienced Caribbean educators to include


comprehensive coverage of the CSEC EDPM syllabus
This up-to-date book:
O promotes active learning through practical activities
O helps students to apply their knowledge to real-life scenarios through case studies
O provides further practice and consolidation with extra exercises on a FREE CD-ROM.
ordering details
Longman Electronic Document
Preparation and Management for CSEC
978 1405 876872
authors
Lenore Bowrin, Donnette Kellier-Palmer
An up-to-date text for the CSEC

principles of accounts syllabus
O Helps students work out answers to questions on their own with a range of CSEC-style questions
and worked examples.
O Fully prepares students for the exam by providing practice questions and activities on a
FREE interactive CD-ROM.
O SBA section aids students and teachers in tackling this important part of the syllabus.
Principles of Accounts
for the Caribbean
5th Edition
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Principles of Accounts for the Caribbean
978 1405 842235
authors
Frank Wood, Sheila Robinson
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A four-level Spanish course written specically for
Caribbean secondary schools
This course, with FREE Teachers Guide and Audio CD for every level:
O covers the lower secondary Spanish curriculum requirements
O combines attention to grammar with exercises and activities based on communication skills
(listening, speaking, reading and writing)
O includes self assessment exercises at the end of every chapter allowing students to test
their own progress
O provides further practice through an Activity Book for use at home and in class.
Chvere!
authors
Anne-Maria Bankay, Ingrid Kemchand,
Paulette Ramsay, Elaine Watson-Grant,
Joseph Andall
ordering details
Students Book 1
978 1405 895842
Students Book 2
978 1405 895835
Students Book 3
978 0582 853171
Students Book 4
978 0582 853188
Activity Book 1
978 0582 853195
Activity Book 2
978 0582 853201
Activity Book3
978 0582 853218
Activity Book 4
978 0582 853225
Teachers Guide 1
978 0582 853232
Teachers Guide 2
978 0582 853249
Teachers Guide 3
978 0582 853256
Teachers Guide 4
978 0582 853263
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Student Book Activity Book Teacher Guide
Level 1
Level 2
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A complete Spanish course for Caribbean secondary schools
Books 1-3 provide a strong foundation in Spanish at Caribbean lower secondary level in preparation for
the CSEC examination. Book 4 goes on to provide an accessible, thematic approach to learning Spanish,
matching the demands of the CSEC syllabus. Each level comprises:
O comprehension exercises, Spanish in real-life, guided writing, oral practice and assessment tests
O vocabulary lists and guidance on pronunciation
O a Grammar Builder providing added practice in essential grammar skills
(The CXC book (Book 4) also contains a full practice exam and a listening exam on Audio CD.)
Viva!
2nd Edition
ordering details
Students Book 1 with Audio CD
978 0582 332829
Students Book 2 with Audio CD
978 0582 332836
Students Book 3 with Audio CD
978 0582 332843
Students Book 4 with Audio CD
978 0582 794610
Practice Book 1
978 0582 332850
Practice Book 2
978 0582 367791
Practice Book 3
978 0582 367807
Practice Book 4
978 0582 794597
Teachers Guide Book 1
978 1405 806466
Teachers Guide Book 2
978 1405 806473
Teachers Guide Book 3
978 1405 837811
authors
S Moodie, D R de Rondon,
E Watson-Grant, B Maharaj
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Student Book Practice Book Teacher Guide
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Level 2
Level 3
Level 4


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Agricultural Science for the Caribbean
with CD 1, 2nd Edition
9871408246344
Agricultural Science for the Caribbean
with CD 2, 2nd Edition
9781408246351
Agricultural Science for the Caribbean
with CD 3, 2nd Edition
9781408246368
authors
Amrith Barran, Edmund Berahzer,
Joy Clarke, Ricardo Gueverra,
Augustine Vesprey
A junior secondary course for Caribbean schools
This three-part series provides updated content relevant to current agricultural science syllabi in
the Caribbean. In addition, it emphasises the use of technology in agriculture with the inclusion of
information on new technology and exercises to encourage the use of educational technology.
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contents
Chapter 1: An introduction to agriculture
(Augustine Vesprey, Grenada)
Chapter 2: An introduction to agricultural resources
(Amrith Barran, Trinidad and Tobago)
Chapter 3: Human resources in agriculture
(Edmund Berahzer, Trinidad and Tobago)
Chapter 4: The design process in agriculture
(Amrith Barran, Trinidad and Tobago)
Chapter 5: Technology in agriculture (Joy Clarke, Jamaica)
Chapter 6: Natural resources in agriculture: land and soil
(Joy Clarke, Jamaica)
Chapter 7: The plant: structure and function
(Augustine Vesprey, Grenada)


Chapter 8: Plant processes (Augustine Vesprey, Grenada)
Chapter 9: Field crop cultivation
(Augustine Vesprey, Grenada)
Chapter 10: Tools and equipment
(Augustine Vesprey, Grenada)
Chapter 11: Rearing of farm animals: poultry
(Joy Clarke, Jamaica)
Chapter 12: Natural resources in agriculture: time
(Edmund Berahzer, Trinidad and Tobago)
Chapter 13: Abiotic factors in the environment
(Amrith Barran, Trinidad and Tobago)
Chapter 14: Biotic factors in the environment
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Comprehensive coverage of all aspects of secondary
school technical syllabi
This series is also suitable for craft level courses such as engineering and building related subjects
and for industrial training courses where an understanding of technical drawing is required.
Technical Drawing
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Technical Drawing 3: Building Drawing
978 0582 651401
Graded Exercises in Technical Drawing
978 0582 650954
authors
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This textbook covers all aspects of metalwork from basic facts about iron and steel and nonferrous
metals to handwriting of metals and engineering metalwork.
The Theory and Practice of Metalwork
3rd Edition
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Cooking Explained
4th Edition
An essential source of information for those
studying home economics
Part 1 contains chapters on nutrition and health as well as information on all the different food types,
whilst Part 2 consists entirely of recipes and has been designed to accommodate healthy meal
planning and investigative work. It is suitable for CSEC and BGCSE examinations.
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A Grain of Wheat Ngugi wa Thiongo 978 0 435913 56 4
A Man for All Seasons Robert Bolt 978 0 435233 20 4
A Midsummer Nights Dream William Shakespeare 978 0 435026 46 2
A Streetcar Named Desire Tennessee Williams 978 0 435233 10 5
An Inspector Calls J. B. Priestley 978 0 435232 82 5
Arrow of God Chinua Achebe 978 0 435905 30 9
Aunt Jen Paulette Ramsay 978 0 435910 12 9
Bad Girls in School Gwyneth Harold 978 0 435215 17 0
Beka Lamb Zee Edgell 978 0 435988 47 0 without study notes
Beka Lamb with CXC Study Notes Zee Edgell 978 0 435988 46 3 with CXC study notes
Children of the Sea David Franklyn 978 0 435215 19 4
Crick Crack Monkey Merle Hodge 978 0 435989 51 4
Cricket in the Road and other Stories Michael Anthony 978 0 435980 32 0
Death of a Salesman Arthur Miller 978 0 435233 07 5
Dilemmas of Deokie Carol Sammy 978 1 408231 28 9
Doctors Orders Alecia McKenzie 978 0 435988 27 2
Efuru Flora Nwapa 978 0 435900 26 7
Frangipani House Beryl Gilroy 978 0 435899 36 3
Green Days by the River Michael Anthony 978 0 435989 55 2
Harriets Daughter Marlene Nourbese Philip 978 0 435989 24 8
Harvest of Thorns Shimmer Chinodya 978 0 435905 82 8
High Tide of Intrigue Michael Anthony 978 0 435989 56 9
It Begins with Tears Opal Palmer Adisa 978 0 435989 46 0
King Lear William Shakespeare 978 0 435193 09 6 advanced
Macbeth William Shakespeare 978 0 435026 44 8
Masters of the Dew Jacques Roumain 978 0 435987 45 9
Miguel Street V.S. Naipaul 978 0 435989 54 5
Mint Tea and Other Stories Christine Craig 978 0 435989 32 3
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Much Ado About Nothing William Shakespeare 978 0 435026 47 9
October All Over Maria Roberts-Squires 978 0 435988 26 5
Pick of the Crop Nailah Folami Imoja 978 0 435989 66 8
Pride and Prejudice Jane Austen 978 0 435126 07 0
Romeo and Juliet William Shakespeare 978 0 435026 49 3
Selected Poetry Derek Walcott 978 0 435911 97 3
So Long a Letter Mariama B 978 0 435913 52 6
Songs of Silence Curdella Forbes 978 0 435989 57 6 without study notes
Songs of Silence with CXC Study Notes Curdella Forbes 978 0 435089 09 2 with CXC study notes
Stone Haven Evan Jones 978 0 435989 49 1
The Gaulin and the Dove Lewis Henry 978 0 435899 38 7
The Glass Menagerie Tennessee Williams 978 0 435233 19 8
The Grass is Singing Doris Lessing 978 0 435901 31 8
The Heinemann Book of Caribbean Poetry Ian McDonald/Stuart Brown 978 0 435988 17 3
The Joys of Motherhood Buchi Emecheta 978 0 435913 54 0
The Leopard V.S. Reid 978 0 435899 37 0
The Merchant of Venice William Shakespeare 978 0 435026 45 5
The River Between \ Wa T||cr'c O/8 O 485OO5 48 4
The Schoolmaster Earl Lovelace 978 0 435989 50 7
The Tempest William Shakespeare 978 0 435193 07 2 advanced
The Wine of Astonishment Earl Lovelace 978 0 435988 80 7 without study notes
The Wine of Astonishment with CXC Notes Earl Lovelace 978 0 435033 40 8 with CXC study notes
The Year in San Fernando Michael Anthony 978 0 435989 43 9
Things Fall Apart Chinua Achebe 978 0 435913 50 2
Time and the River Zee Edgell 978 0 435215 18 7
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Heinemann English Language
Revised to meet the requirements of the CSEC syllabi
A and B in English
This anthology of poems addresses a wide range of themes and subjects and includes a balance
of well-known poems from the past as well as more recent works. It includes:
O poems from the Caribbean and the rest of the world to broaden learning
O notes on each poem and questions to provoke discussion, as well as a useful checklist to help
students with poetry analysis
O practical guidance for students on how to tackle examination questions, including examples
of model answers for reference.
A World of Poetry for CXC

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A World of Poetry for CXC
978 0 435988 01 2
authors
Mark McWatt,
Hazel Simmons-McDonald
Revised to meet the requirements of the CSEC syllabi
A and B in English
Stories have been chosen from the Caribbean and the rest of the world for their appeal in terms
of content and approach.
O Each story helps to develop students skills of appreciation and analysis of the short story form.
O The anthology includes notes on each story with background information on the authors, as
well as a useful glossary of terms.
O Practical guidance for students on how to tackle examination questions is presented with
examples of model answers for reference.
A World of Prose for CXC


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A World of Prose for CXC
978 0 435987 98 5
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David Williams,
Hazel Simmons-McDonald
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A lively task-based approach to teaching English in
Caribbean secondary schools
Each of the books in this four-stage course comprises units with motivating, theme-based
tasks divided into the following sections:
O listening and speaking
O learning to communicate
O studying literature
O studying grammar
O reading and responding
O improving writing.
Lets Work With English
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Lets Work With English Book 1
978 0 435987 26 8
Lets Work With English Book 2
978 0 435987 27 5
Lets Work With English Book 3
978 0 435987 28 2
CXC Lets Work With English
978 0 435987 29 9
authors
Series Editor: Rod Ellis
Authors: Hazel Simmons-McDonald,
Lorna Down, Leonie St Juste-Jean,
Joyce Stewart
Use alone for extra practice or as a revision guide
for Lets Work With English
Improved and updated, this popular text:
O is a complete revision programme for CSEC English A candidates
O includes examination practice for Papers 1 and 2 as well as two full-length test papers for
thorough exam preparation
O provides practical guidance on summarising, and tackling the creative writing section of the
exam to enhance exam performance.
Practice Exercises for
CSEC

English Language
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Practice Exercises for CSEC English Language
978 0 435983 16 1
authors
Jacqueline Cousins
The ideal companion for students taking the Bahamas
GCSE English language examination
Written in conjunction with the Ministry of Education, Youth, Sports and Culture, Making the Grade
provides expert guidance on how to master the skills necessary for success in the examination. It contains:
O an opening chapter summarising current grammar and sentence construction, correct spelling, word
choice and punctuation
O chapters providing guidance on Continuous Writing (Paper 1), Listening Skills (Paper 2) and
Comprehension and Directed Writing (Papers 3 and 4)
O numerous activities for students to test their skills, exam-type exercises, with student answers
and comments from examiners as well as practice examination papers and answers.
Making the Grade
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Making the Grade
978 0 435988 02 9
authors
Compiled by Pamela Moultrie
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This dictionary has been updated to offer:
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Heinemann English Dictionary
5th Edition
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Heinemann English Dictionary, 5th Edition
978 0 435104 24 5
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Heinemann International
Students Dictionary
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Heinemann International Students Dictionary
978 0 435972 08 0
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Heinemann Maths Connect for CSEC
9780435047528
authors
D.A. Turner, I. A. Potts
Caribbean Maths
Connect for CSEC


Providing complete coverage of the CSEC syllabus,
reordered into a varied scheme of work
This student book:
O highlights the connections between different mathematical concepts, focusing on developing
students problem-solving skills through numerous and varied exercises
O offers advice and practice, including worked examples and graded revision questions, to
equip students to tackle common exam questions
O is complemented by an ExamCaf CD-ROM, a valuable interactive tool helping students to
make the most of the time they spend revising.
See pages 36 and 37 for further information about ExamCaf.
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Accessible maths for students of all abilities
This three-book course for 11-14 year olds, uses a spiral approach so that topics are covered
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The books provide:
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O numerous exercises, review tests and interim tests to monitor progress
O extra investigations for project work to encourage mathematical thinking.
(Answers to tests and exercises, as well as a simple glossary of essential mathematical terms,
are found in each book.)
Fundamental Mathematics
for the Caribbean
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Fundamental Mathematics for
the Caribbean Book 1
978 0 435983 20 8
Fundamental Mathematics for
the Caribbean Book 2
978 0 435983 21 5
Fundamental Mathematics for
the Caribbean Book 3
978 0 435983 22 2
authors
A.W. Binks, Y. Ramsey,
I. Edwards-Kennedy, Rev S. Jackson,
R. Hollands, C. Lutchman
Written specically for Caribbean secondary schools
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of students as their CSEC examination approaches. The friendly approach of the text makes the study
of mathematics both stimulating and enjoyable, whilst ample opportunities are provided for students
to consolidate what they have learnt. The book provides:
O completed and annotated worked exam questions in each chapter as well as numerous
practice exercises, review tests, interim tests and examination-type questions to monitor
and assess students progress
O chapter summaries to emphasise key concepts and a revision planner with diagnostic questions
O investigations for project work, activities, and problem-solving questions, including answers to all
exercises and tests to aid self-examination.
Heinemann Mathematics for CXC


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Heinemann Mathematics for CXC
978 0 435983 17 8
authors
A.W. Binks, Y. Ramsay, I. Edwards-
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Raising standards through a modern approach
Written by a team of experienced Caribbean educators, this motivating lower secondary maths
course matches syllabus requirements across the Caribbean.
O Real-life case studies show how maths is used in everyday life whilst clear worked examples help
students to tackle questions.
O An overview, objectives and explanations reinforce the key ideas and aims of each unit and
assessment and review opportunities allow teachers and students to check progress.
O Students are encouraged to develop critical thinking skills and independent learning.
To help make the most of the course, each textbook has an accompanying Teaching Resource
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O term plans which offer a proposed structure for working through the books with students
O Getting started worksheets to introduce key topics and Thinking further worksheets that
provide extended topic coverage
O thousands of practice exercises to supplement every chapter in the textbook
O a searchable glossary of key words
O opportunities to create personalised exercises to meet the varying achievement levels of students.
Caribbean Maths Connect
authors
Rosalyn Kelly, Benita Byer-Bowen,
Delia D. Samuel
Developed specically for Trinidad and Tobago
Raise standards in mathematical achievement with this motivating course that:
O demonstrates the relevance of mathematics in everyday life with real life maths at work case studies
to contextualise learning
O helps students tackle questions on their own with clear worked examples whilst at the same time
clearly outlines objectives and aims for each unit, consolidating learning through progressive exercises
O includes assessment and review exercises to check students progress and understanding
O challenges high achievers with investigations designed to take things further.
(Can be used with the Caribbean Maths Connect Teaching Resource CD-ROM, see above.)
Trinidad and Tobago
Maths Connect
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Trinidad and Tobago Maths Connect Book 1
978 0 435891 53 4
Trinidad and Tobago Maths Connect Book 2
978 0 435891 54 1
Trinidad and Tobago Maths Connect Book 3
978 0 435895 97 6
authors
Irmin Edwards-Kennedy, Yvonne
Fitz-Andrews-Ramsey, Gwendolyn Pope
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Caribbean Maths Connect Book 1
978 0 435989 97 2
Caribbean Maths Connect Book 2
978 0 435989 98 9
Caribbean Maths Connect Book 3
978 0 435989 99 6
Maths Connect 1 Teaching Resource CD-ROM
978 0 435081 60 7
Maths Connect 2 Teaching Resource CD-ROM
978 0 435081 61 4
Maths Connect 3 Teaching Resource CD-ROM
978 0 435081 62 1


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A mathematics course developed specically for the lower
secondary Jamaica curriculum now with Workbooks
This motivating course:
O demonstrates the relevance of mathematics in everyday life with real life maths at work case studies
to contextualise learning
O helps students tackle questions on their own with clear worked examples whilst at the same time
clearly outlines objectives and aims for each unit, consolidating learning through progressive exercises
O includes assessment and review exercises to check students progress and understanding
O challenges high achievers with investigations designed to take things further.
A Workbook for each level will be available from January 2011
(Can be used with the Caribbean Maths Connect Teaching Resource CD-ROM, see page 46.)
Jamaica Maths Connect
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Jamaica Maths Connect Book 1
978 0 435891 51 0
Jamaica Maths Connect Book 2
978 0 435891 52 7
Jamaica Maths Connect Book 3
978 0 435891 50 3
Jamaica Maths Connect Workbook 1
978 0435044 20 6
Jamaica Maths Connect Workbook 2
978 0435044 21 3
Jamaica Maths Connect Workbook 3
978 0435044 22 0
authors
Rosalyn Kelly, Benita Byer-Bowen,
Delia D. Samuel
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A revised text providing complete coverage of the new
science syllabus
Highlights of the book:
O Straightforward introductions to topics enable students to understand syllabus objectives.
O A variety of exam style questions and examiner hints in the margin help students to actively prepare
for the exam.
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syllabus, including versions of many experiments that can be carried out with basic kitchen equipment.
The FREE ExamCaf CD-ROM comes with each textbook and includes three sections to aid exam
preparation:
Relax and prepare: planning tools, revision timetables, common mistakes
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Heinemann Integrated
Science for CSEC

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Heinemann Integrated Science for CSEC
9781408231272
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Byron Dawson, Marcia Rainford,
Lawrie Ryan, David Sang
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A lively, accessible textbook written by experienced
teachers of physics
This book provides:
O complete syllabus coverage all in one place eliminating the need for supplementary resources
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O end-of-chapter checklists of skills and knowledge covered as well as revision questions to
test understanding.
Heinemann Physics for CXC


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Heinemann Physics for CXC
978 0 435975 33 3
authors
Norman Lambert, Natasha Lewis
dos Santos, Tricia A. Samuel
This popular text meets the requirements of the latest
CSEC syllabus
Presented in full-colour, with a user-friendly page design this is the perfect text to make chemistry
accessible to all students. Highlights of the book:
O Comprehensive coverage of core and optional material for the CSEC examination.
O A variety of exam-style questions help prepare students for the exam.
O Supports slower learners with Understand it better boxes explaining complex issues in a
straightforward way.
O Clear, worked examples encourage students to tackle questions on their own.
O Helps teachers use the experiments in the book to cover all the skills required for the assessment.
Chemistry for CSEC


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Chemistry for CSEC 978 0 435983 14 7
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Cheryl Remy, Louise Mason,
Norman Lambert, Marine Mohammed
A unique practice book for CSEC chemistry
It provides a wealth of revision exercises, and a guide to all the detailed experimental work
covered in the CSEC chemistry syllabus.
Practical Chemistry for CXC


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Norman Lambert, Marine Mohammed


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This three-book course provides a rm foundation in science
education to all lower secondary school students, and
particularly those going on to study science at CSEC-level
High quality drawings and carefully chosen photographs are included in all books. Safety warnings
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of each book help students to check understanding and develop the skills required for assessment.
The series provides:
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and examples taken from across the Caribbean region
O an integrated approach using themes for each unit and further division into individual topics and
an attractive design that makes the text easy to follow
O Finding out boxes that encourage students to carry out independent research as well as
investigations in each unit that promote further independent learning opportunities.
Integrated Science for
Caribbean Schools
authors
F. Dalgety, C. Draper, D. Sang
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Integrated Science for Caribbean Schools Book 1
978 0 435575 88 5
Integrated Science for Caribbean Schools Book 2
978 0 435575 89 2
Integrated Science for Caribbean Schools Book 3
978 0 435575 90 8
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Integrated Science for Jamaica Book 1
978 0 435980 89 4
Integrated Science for Jamaica Book 2
978 0 435980 89 4
Integrated Science for Jamaica Book 3
978 0 435980 89 4
Integrated Science for Jamaica Workbook 1
978 0 435046 17 0
Integrated Science for Jamaica Workbook 2
978 0 435046 16 3
Integrated Science for Jamaica Workbook 3
978 0 435046 19 4
authors
Sherril Gardner, David Sang, Carol
Draper, Florine Dalgety, Byron Dawson
Full coverage of the lower secondary school science
curriculum in Jamaica now with Workbooks
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to technology and the environment whilst at the same time:
O encourages critical thinking and problem-solving through lively activities and offers assessment
tests at the end of each book to check students progress and understanding
O engages students interest in science with Finding out and Did you know boxes and a glossary
of key terms
O presents clear objectives at the start of each topic, with a summary section and questions at
the end to help consolidate learning.
A Workbook for each level will be available from March 2011.
Integrated Science for Jamaica
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Developed specically for secondary schools in Trinidad
and Tobago - now with Workbooks
Developed by the Secondary Education Modernisation Programme (SEMP), this course includes:
O up-to-date information and examples from Trinidad and across the Caribbean region, with links to
technology and the environment
O lively activities helping to develop skills in critical thinking and problem solving as well as tests at the
end of each book to check understanding and develop the skills required for assessment
O clear objectives at the start of each topic, consolidated with a clear summary and questions at the end
O Finding out and Did you know features to engage students interest in science.
A Workbook for each level will be available from March 2011.
Integrated Science for
Trinidad and Tobago
authors
Florine Dalgety, Carol Draper,
David Sang, Moira Sheehan
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Integrated Science for Trinidad and
Tobago Book 1 978 0 435575 63 2
Integrated Science for Trinidad and
Tobago Book 2 978 0 435575 64 9
Integrated Science for Trinidad and
Tobago Book 3 978 0 435575 65 6
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Index
64
a Accounts for the Caribbean ............ 28
Accounts for CSEC .............................. 55
Accounts for CXC ................................ 55
Achebe, Chinua ............................. 38, 39
Active Science .................................... 12
Active Study Dictionary .................... 9, 35
ActiveBooks ...................................... 23
ActiveTeach ...................................... 23
Adisa, Opal Palmer .............................. 38
Agricultural Science for the Caribbean ... 31
Aimey, Orville ........................................ 6
Aimey, Vicki .......................................... 6
Allen, Beryl M ..................................... 19
Andall, Joseph .................................... 29
Anthony, Michael ........................... 38, 39
Arriba! ............................................... 58
Arrow of God ...................................... 38
Atlas for Caribbean Examinations ......... 23
Atlas for The Commonwealth of
The Bahamas ..................................... 22
Aunt Jen ............................................. 38
Austen, Jane ....................................... 39
Avantage ............................................ 61
b B, Mariama ..................................... 39
Bad Girls in School .............................. 38
Bahamas titles .............................. 19, 22
Bala, Roger ......................................... 12
Bankay, Anne-Maria ............................ 29
Bankole, A .................................... 32, 34
Barnes, Macpherson ........................... 26
Barran, Amrith .................................... 31
Basic English Dictionary ........................ 9
Beauty Therapy Dictionary ................... 62
Beauty Therapy Fact File ..................... 62
Beddoe, I B ......................................... 53
Beka Lamb ......................................... 38
Berahzer, Edmund ............................... 31
Bernard, L .......................................... 53
Binks, A W .......................................... 45
Biology for CSEC ................................. 14
Birbal, Roland ............................... 16, 17
Black, Clinton V ................................... 19
Blair, J ................................................ 17
Bland, S........................................ 32, 34
Bolt, Robert ......................................... 38
Bowrin, Lenore .................................... 28
Braithwaite, Kamau ............................. 19
Brathwaite, M ..................................... 53
Brereton, Bridget ................................. 57
Brickfield, Phil ..................................... 14
Brighter Grammar ................................. 7
Brighter Sun, A ..................................... 4
Brown, Stuart ...................................... 39
Business for CSEC .............................. 26
Bynoe-Arthur, Donna ........................... 14
c Caribbean Agricultural Science ...... 31
Caribbean Commercial Typewriting....... 28
Caribbean Examinations, Atlas for ........ 22
Caribbean Fundamental Mathematics .. 45
Caribbean Geography .......................... 21
Caribbean History .................... 18, 19, 57
Caribbean Home Economics in Action .. 58
Caribbean Listos! ............................... 59
Caribbean Maths Connect ................... 46
Caribbean Maths Connect for CSEC ..... 44
Caribbean Poetry ................................ 39
Caribbean School Mathematics ............ 11
Caribbean Schools, Integrated
Science for ......................................... 50
Caribbean Social Studies ..................... 53
Caribbean Universal Typing .................. 28
Carpentry and Joinery ......................... 62
Chemistry for CSEC ....................... 14, 49
Chemistry for CXC ............................... 49
Chvere! ............................................. 29
Children of the Sea ............................. 38
Chinodya, Shimmer ............................. 38
Choices ................................................ 7
Chrysalids ............................................. 4
Clark, Jim ........................................... 14
Clarke, Carol ......................................... 6
Clarke, Gillian ...................................... 55
Clarke, Joy.......................................... 31
Claypole, William ................................. 18
Clouds in My Sky .................................. 4
Commercial Typewriting for the
Caribbean ........................................... 28
Connect ................................................ 6
Contemporary English Dictionary ...... 8, 35
Cooking Explained ......................... 32, 34
Costelloe, Charlene ............................. 21
Cousins, Jacqueline ............................ 41
Craig, Christine ................................... 38
Crick Crack Monkey ............................ 38
Cricket in the Road and other Stories ... 38
Customer Service ................................ 62
d Dalgety, Florine .......................... 50, 51
Davies, Jill .................................... 32, 34
Dawson, Byron .............................. 48, 51
DCosta, Jean ................................... 4, 5
Death of a Salesman ........................... 38
de Rondon, D R................................... 30
Dictionaries ..................... 89, 35, 43, 62
Dilemmas of Deokie ............................ 38
Dinesan, Deepak ................................. 52
Doctors Orders ................................... 38
Down, Loma ....................................... 41
Draper, C ...................................... 50, 51
e Eckersley, C E ..................................... 7
Economics for CXC.............................. 26
Edgell, Zee.................................... 38, 39
Edwards-Kennedy, I ............................. 45
Efuru .................................................. 38
Electrical Installations Dictionary .......... 62
Electronic Document Preparation
and Management for CSEC.................. 28
Ellis, Rod ............................................ 41
Emecheta, Buchi ................................. 39
English Dictionary................................ 43
English, Lets Work With ...................... 41
English Readers .................................. 63
Escape to Last Man Peak ...................... 4
Essential Principles of Business
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Exam Support ................................. 367
Expo ................................................... 61
f Finisterre, Sylma .............................. 27
Forbes, Curdella .................................. 39
Foster, Althea ...................................... 11
Foundations, Caribbean History ............ 18
France, Jeanette ................................... 7
Frangipani House ................................ 38
Franklyn, David ................................... 38
Fullick, Ann ................................... 12, 14
Fundamental Mathematics for
the Caribbean ..................................... 45
g Gardner, Sherril ................................ 51
Gaulin and the Dove, The ..................... 39
Geography for CXC.............................. 20
Geography, Longman........................... 20
Geography, Longman Caribbean .......... 21
Gilmore, John ..................................... 19
Gilroy, Beryl ........................................ 38
Glass Menagerie, The .......................... 39
Glean, C ............................................. 53
Goodridge, V ....................................... 53
Gordon, Grace Walker............................ 5
Grain of Wheat, A ................................ 38
Grammar book ...................................... 7
Grant, Neville .................................... 6, 7
Grass is Singing, The ........................... 39
Gray, Cecil ........................................ 5, 7
Grayson, S .......................................... 53
Green Days by the River ...................... 38
Gueverra, Ricardo ............................... 31
h Hairdressing Dictionary ................... 62
Halcrow, Elizabeth M ........................... 57
Harold, Gwyneth .................................. 38
Harriets Daughter ............................... 38
Hart, Graham ...................................... 21
Harvest of Thorns ................................ 38
Heinemann Accounts for CSEC ............ 55
Heinemann Book of Caribbean
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Heinemann CXC History ....................... 57
Heinemann English Dictionary .............. 43
Heinemann English Readers ................ 63
Heinemann Information Technology
for CSEC ............................................. 52
Heinemann Integrated Science
for CSEC ............................................. 48
Heinemann International Students
Dictionary ........................................... 43
Heinemann Mathematics for CXC ......... 45
Heinemann Office Administration
for CSEC ............................................. 54
Heinemann Physics for CXC................. 49
Heinemann Social Studies for
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Henry, Lewis ....................................... 39
High Tide of Intrigue ............................ 38
Hill, Errol ............................................... 4
Hines, Barry .......................................... 4
History of the Caribbean ...................... 18
History, CXC ........................................ 57
History of Jamaica .............................. 19
History, Longman Caribbean ................ 19
History of Trinidad and Tobago,
An Introduction to the .......................... 57
Hodge, Merle ...................................... 38
Hollands, R ......................................... 45
Home Economics in Action .................. 58
Hosein, Dr. R ....................................... 26
Hurar & Scc|a| B|c|c] |c| CSEC ........ 14
i Illustrated Beauty Therapy Dictionary .....62
Illustrated Hairdressing Dictionary ........ 62
Imoja, Nailah Folami ............................ 39
In The Castle of My Skin ........................ 4
Independence, Caribbean History ......... 18
Information Technology for CSEC ... 16, 52
Information Technology for CXC ........... 17
Information Technology, Interact with .... 17
Inspector Calls, An .............................. 38
Integrated Science for
Caribbean Schools .............................. 50
Integrated Science for CSEC .......... 14, 48
Integrated Science for Jamaica ............ 51
Integrated Science for Trinidad
and Tobago ......................................... 51
Interact with Information Technology .... 17
International Students Dictionary ......... 43
Introduction to the History of Trinidad
and Tobago, An ................................... 57
It Begins with Tears ............................. 38
IT for CSEC ................................... 16, 52
j Jackson, Barry ................................. 14
Jackson, Rev S ................................... 45
Jaggassar, Lawrence ............................. 6
Jamaica Maths Connect ...................... 47
Jamaican History ................................ 19
Jamaican Integrated Science ............... 51
Jenkins, Barbara ................................. 21
Joinery and Carpentry ......................... 62
Jones, Evan ........................................ 39
Joseph, Jeremy .................................... 6
Joys of Motherhood, The ..................... 39
Jumble Bird, The ................................... 4
Juste-Jean, Leonie St .......................... 41
k Kalloo, Kirk ......................................... 6
Kalloo, Shelley....................................... 6
Kellier-Palmer, Donnette ...................... 28
Kemchand, Ingrid ................................ 29
Kestral for a Knave, A ............................ 4
Khan, Ismith.......................................... 4
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Khan, Rayman .................................... 52
King Lear ............................................ 38
l Lambert, Norman ............................. 49
Lamming, George .................................. 4
Language Activator................................ 9
Language for Living ............................... 7
Leopard, The ....................................... 39
Leslie, S ............................................. 53
Lessing, Doris ..................................... 39
Lets Work With English ....................... 41
Lewis dos Santos, Natasha .................. 49
Listos! for the Caribbean .................... 59
Log on to IT ........................................ 17
Log on to IT for CSEC .......................... 16
London, Norrel .................................... 20
Lonely Londoners, The........................... 4
Longman Active Study Dictionary ..... 9, 35
Longman Basic English Dictionary .......... 9
Longman Biology for CSEC .................. 14
Longman Caribbean Geography ........... 21
Longman Caribbean History ................. 19
Longman Chemistry for CSEC .............. 14
Longman Dictionary of
Contemporary English ..................... 8, 35
Longman Electronic Document Preparation
and Management for CSEC.................. 28
Longman Geography ........................... 20
Longman Human & Social Biology
for CSEC ............................................. 14
Longman Information Technology
for CXC............................................... 17
Longman Integrated Science
for CSEC ............................................. 14
Longman Language Activator ................. 9
Longman Office Administration
for CSEC ............................................. 27
Longman Physics for CSEC.................. 14
Longman Sciences for CSEC ......... 1415
Longman Visual Arts for
Secondary Schools .......................... 245
Love, George ................................ 32, 34
Lovelace, Earl ..................................... 39
Lutchman, C ....................................... 45
m Macaulay, M ....................................... 7
Macbeth ............................................. 38
McCallum, Dian................................... 19
McDonald, Ian ..................................... 39
McKenzie, Alecia ................................. 38
McNab, Rose ...................................... 60
Maharaj, B .......................................... 30
Making of the Bahamas, The ............... 19
Making the Grade ............................... 41
Man for All Seasons, A ........................ 38
Maples, D ........................................... 19
Maps .................................................. 21
Marine, Mohammed ............................ 49
Mason, Louise .................................... 49
Masters of the Dew ............................. 38
Mathematics for the Caribbean ............ 45
Mathematics for Caribbean Schools ..... 11
Mathematics for CXC .......................... 45
Maths for the Caribbean, Success in .... 11
Maths Connect ............................. 46, 47
Maths Connect for CSEC ..................... 44
Mayne, Doris .................................... 6, 7
Merchant of Venice, The .................. 5, 39
Metalwork, The Theory and
Practice of .................................... 32, 34
Mtro ................................................. 60
Midsummer Nights Dream, A .......... 4, 38
Miguel Street ...................................... 38
Miller, Arthur ....................................... 38
Mint Tea and Other Stories .................. 38
Moodie, S ........................................... 30
Moore, Schontal .................................... 6
Mordecai, Pamela ............................. 5, 6
Morrissey, Mike ....................... 21, 22, 23
Moultrie, Pamela ................................. 41
Much Ado About Nothing ..................... 39
n Naipaul, V S ...................................... 38
New Reading Tropical Maps, The.......... 21
.GGWA4HIONGO ........................ 38, 39
Nwapa, Flora ...................................... 38
o October All Over ............................... 39
Office Administration for CSEC ....... 27, 54
Office Administration for CXC ............... 28
Old Story Time ...................................... 4
Oliver, Ray .......................................... 14
Ottley, Jeanette ................................... 21
Over Our Way ....................................... 4
p Payne, Lynette .................................. 27
People Who Came, The ....................... 19
Philip, Marlene Nourbese ..................... 38
Physics for CSEC ................................ 14
Physics for CXC .................................. 49
Pick of the Crop .................................. 39
Plastering ........................................... 62
Plays for Today ...................................... 4
Plumbing Dictionary ............................ 62
Poetry for CXC .................................... 40
Poetry, Selected .................................. 39
Poetry, West Indian ................................ 5
Poitier, Sharon..................................... 22
Pollard, Velma ....................................... 4
Pope, G .............................................. 45
Potter, Steve ....................................... 14
Potts, I A ............................................. 44
Practical Chemistry for CXC ................. 49
Practical Skills in Caribbean
Geography .......................................... 21
Practice Exercises for CSEC
English Language ................................ 41
Pride and Prejudice ............................. 39
Priestley, J B ....................................... 38
Principles of Accounts for
the Caribbean ..................................... 28
Principles of Accounts for CXC ............. 55
Principles of Business for CSEC ........... 26
Principles of Geography for CXC .......... 20
Prose for CXC ..................................... 40
r Ragoobirsingh, Dalip ....................... 14
Rainford, Marcia.................................. 48
Ramchand, Kenneth .............................. 5
Ramdeen, Romila ................................ 19
Ramsay, Paulette .......................... 29, 38
Ramsey, Y ........................................... 45
Rees, James ....................................... 11
Reid, Judy .................................... 27, 28
Reid, Mary .......................................... 52
Reid, V S............................................. 39
Reid, Vic ........................................... 4, 5
Remy, Cheryl ...................................... 49
Rhone, Trevor ........................................ 4
Rhys, Jean ............................................ 5
River Between, The ............................. 39
Robertson, Ian ....................................... 7
Roberts-Squires, Maria ........................ 39
Robinson, Sheila ................................. 28
Robottom, John ................................... 18
Rohlehr, B A ........................................ 53
Romeo and Juliet ................................ 39
Rondon, D R de................................... 30
Rose, Gerry ......................................... 11
Roumain, Jacques ............................... 38
Ryan, Lawrie ....................................... 48
s St Juste-Jean, Leonie ...................... 41
Sammy, Carol ..................................... 38
Samuel, Tricia A .................................. 49
Sandy, M ............................................ 53
Sang, David ............................ 48, 50, 51
School Atlas for The
Commonwealth of The Bahamas .......... 22
Schoolmaster, The ............................... 39
Science for Caribbean Schools............. 50
Science for CSEC ................................ 48
Science for Jamaica ............................ 51
Science for Trinidad and Tobago ........... 51
Sciences for CSEC ........................ 1415
Seepersad, K ...................................... 53
Selected Poetry ................................... 39
Selvon, Sam...................................... 4, 5
Senior, Mike ........................................ 20
Senior, Olive .......................................... 5
Shahiba, Ali......................................... 21
Shakespeare, William ............ 4, 5, 38, 39
Sheehan, Moira ................................... 51
Sieupersad, Allan ............................ 245
Simmons-McDonald, Hazel .................. 41
Siriam, Sally .......................................... 7
Sixty Five .............................................. 4
Smile Orange ........................................ 4
So Long a Letter ................................. 39
Social Studies for the Caribbean:
CXC Core Units and Options ................ 53
Social Studies for Lower Secondary ..... 53
Songs of Silence ................................. 39
Soyer, Amaral ........................................ 6
Soyer, Samuel ....................................... 6
Sprat Morrison ...................................... 5
Stanlake, G F ...................................... 26
Stewart, Joyce .................................... 41
Stone Haven ....................................... 39
Streetcar Named Desire, A................... 38
Success in Maths for the Caribbean ..... 11
Summer Lightning ................................. 5
Suns Eye, The ...................................... 5
Sunsong Books ..................................... 5
Swan, D K ............................................ 7
t Taylor, Michele ........................... 16, 17
Technical Drawing ......................... 32, 34
Tempest, The ...................................... 39
Theory and Practice of
Metalwork, The ............................. 32, 34
Things Fall Apart ................................. 39
Thompson-Hosein, F ........................... 55
Time and the River .............................. 39
Tomlinson, Terry .................................. 11
Trinidad & Tobago History,
An Introduction to the .......................... 57
Trinidad and Tobago
Integrated Science .............................. 51
Trinidad and Tobago Maths Connect ..... 46
Tropical Maps ..................................... 21
Turner, D A .......................................... 44
Twelfth Night ....................................... 39
Typewriting for the Caribbean .............. 28
Typing for the Caribbean ..................... 28
u Universal Typing for the Caribbean ... 28
v Vesprey, Augustine .......................... 31
Visual Arts for Secondary Schools .... 245
Viva! .................................................. 30
w Walcott, Derek .................................. 39
Walmsley, Anne ..................................... 5
Walmsleys Commercial Typewriting
for the Caribbean ................................ 28
Watson-Grant, Elaine ..................... 29, 30
Ways of Sunlight ................................... 5
Weep Not, Child .................................. 39
West Indian Poetry ................................ 5
Whitcomb, Alan ............................. 26, 55
Whiteley, Peter .................................... 14
Wide Sargasso Sea ............................... 5
Williams, Sheila ..................................... 4
Williams, Tennessee ...................... 38, 39
Wilson, Mark ....................................... 21
Wine of Astonishment, The .................. 39
Wood, Frank ....................................... 28
World of Poetry for CXC, A ................... 40
World of Prose for CXC, A .................... 40
Wyndham, John .................................... 4
y Year in San Fernando, The ............... 39
Young Warriors, The .............................. 5
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