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"Grace, of Grace's Peak, loves her home above the village, above the whole island. All her trees are lush and full of ripe fruits, except for the one at the far end of her land. She hates that tree. So when the smiling, barefoot girl from the village asks Grace if she can pick fruits to sell at the market, it is from that sad, bare tree that Grace generously allows her to pick. Little does Grace know that the young girl's kind, loving heart and her sweet special song will make the impossible happen, and change life at Grace's Peak forever." -- publisher
Ruby and Jamal want to learn how to be stilt walkers, but only boys can join the local mocko jumbie troupe. Follow their adventures and misadventures in this exuberant story of courage, tolerance, friendship, and fun. Lavish illustrations sparkle and shine with the colors of the Caribbean, and will engage even the youngest readers
This tale about a donkey and his friends illustrates what traditional life was like in the Turks and Caicos Islands. Following the story is a section for parents and teachers with background about the story and locale. There is also a list of interesting facts about donkeys.