Beka Lamb

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Heinemann, 1982 - Fiction - 171 pages
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Set in Belize, Central America, this book is the record of a few months in the life of Beka and her family. The story is built around Beka's victory over her habit of lying and her relationship with her friend Toycie. The politics of the colony and the presence of the Catholic Church are featured.
 

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Around the world for a great book pays a visit to Belize. This novel takes place in Belize City when it was still part of one of the last British colonies in the New World mainland. The time is World ... Read full review

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This is an amazing book. It is filled with suspense and captivates you more and more. I recommend this piece of literature to any and everyone.

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Contents

I
1
II
6
III
10
IV
17
V
23
VI
31
VII
38
VIII
43
XV
94
XVI
105
XVII
111
XVIII
117
XIX
123
XX
129
XXI
133
XXII
143

IX
49
X
60
XI
66
XII
71
XIII
80
XIV
87
XXIII
149
XXIV
156
XXV
164
XXVI
168
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ZEE EDGELL is from Belize. She is the author of Beka Lamb and In Times Like These.

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