Fish for The Grand Lady by Colin Bootman (Holiday House, 2006).
Two boys out to catch more fish than they and their grandmother, the Grand Lady, can eat in a day. Derrick and Colly get up before dawn to head down to the market to get hooks then they’re off to the secret spot on the river that the Grand Lady has promised has lots of fish. As these stories go, just as the two boys are about to give up, they end up with a bucket full of fish. All the dialogue is written in the Trinidadian dialect and the illustrations are full of the lush greens of the countryside.
(Image source: Holiday House)