Barbados Free Press article again used in school textbook

Practical English for the Caribbean

Back in 2010 we were pleased to receive a request from Nelson Thornes Ltd. to use one of our articles in a school textbook published for the Caribbean educational market.

BFP’s article ‘Should we restrict the sale of disposable plastic water bottles in Barbados?’ was used with our permission in ‘CCSLC English Students Book 1′ and enjoyed a print run of over 18,000 textbooks.

Now we’ve given our permission to include the same BFP article in a new school textbook by the same publisher: Practical English for the Caribbean. The book will be published in January 2013.

Naturally, we’ve had to refuse any fees for the use of our article. BFP is just happy to help out with the education of our young people throughout the Caribbean.

If you want to read our original article, here it is…

Should we restrict the sale of disposable plastic water bottles in Barbados?

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5 Comments

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5 responses to “Barbados Free Press article again used in school textbook

  1. Jocelyn Hunte

    Congratulations on your article !

  2. 175

    BFP is just happy to help out with the education of our young people throughout the Caribbean……..
    i gotta hav a laff

  3. Not Semite

    “Naturally, we’ve had to refuse any fees for the use of our article”
    Yeah right ! Like you had a choice. If you took anything they would find out who you really are.

  4. BFP

    Hi Not Semite,

    Yup… that’s true! We can’t take money because that would be the end.

    No problem telling the truth with that. Everybody knows!

    Peace and Bread.

    Cliverton

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