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The Wooing Of Beppo Tate
 
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C. Everard Palmer
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The Wooing Of Beppo Tate

4.32 of 5 stars 4.32  ·  rating details  ·  157 ratings  ·  10 reviews
The Wooing of Beppo Tate is a lively and popular account of life in Kendal, a small village in Jamaica, similar to the author's own childhood home.
159 pages
Published (first published February 1st 1979)
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Kim M-M
One of my favourite books about growing up. About an adopted boy trying to fit into his new life, who falls in love with his neighbour. Chock full of adventures and good clean fun. Set in the West Indies, it describes a somewhat typical childhood about growing up in the islands.
Marts  (Thinker)
I loved this book, i remember having to use it for literature in my first year at high school.
Taylor Hines
I loved this book for the first time in my life reading a book i laughedso hard it's really fun to read books like this one.
Zainab
This was a great book , he is a great author I read all his books . When I read this book I could actually imagine all the fun and adventures he had the good old days when you had the river to bath in the summer. The book is lovely it give you a feeling of living in the country Caribbean style
Idris Mohammed
Very good book!!!! just not the ending i hoped for :D
AWESOME LITERATURE for school
Tshana
Daphne had a crush on Beppo all along, hence the reason for treating him so horridly.
Marshaoz
A very good book. A nostalgic look at a young boy growing up in Jamaica.
Melissa
Lovely read about the Caribbean- more so if you are a lover of mangoes!
Nicqui
One of the only school-assigned books that I truly enjoyed.
Gareth Mayers
this one was good
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