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Summer Schedule: Youth Library Hours Change

Summer Schedule: Youth Library Hours Change

The Bermuda National Library said they would like to inform the public that effective today [18 May] until 12 September, the Youth Library will operate on a summer schedule. The Youth Library — located at 74 Church Street in Hamilton — will be open Monday to Thursday from 9:00 a.m.to 5:00 p.m.; Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and closed... Read more of this article

Bermuda Author’s Books Explore Faith, Romance

Bermuda Author’s Books Explore Faith, Romance

A book published by Bermuda’s Claudette Cann, titled At Last, weaves an intricate tale of religious faith and romance, with its sequel carrying on the story for readers. The stories presented by the books follow the tribulations of a college girl who, while saving herself for marriage, leans on her faith in God to make romantic decisions. Regarding... Read more of this article

Poet To Offer Book Reading At National Library

Poet To Offer Book Reading At National Library

Award-winning poet Melodye Micëre Van Putten released her latest work, titled ‘Rightings Arousing Conscious Empowerment – RACE: Poetry in the BLACK’ this week, and will be reading from that book on Thursday, May 14 from 6.00pm through 8.00pm at the Bermuda National Library, with the discussion of the various poems promising to be... Read more of this article

Rev. Prime-Godwin’s Book Nominated For Award

Rev. Prime-Godwin’s Book Nominated For Award

‘The Woman at the Well: A Ruach Elohim Parable,’ a new book by Rev. Georgette V. Prime-Godwin, offers a “fast-paced spiritual story about self-healing, personal acceptance and forgiveness,” with the book already nominated for a Global Ebook Award. “I wrote this book as a fictional story ringing with biblical truths,” Rev.... Read more of this article

New Book Explores Bermuda, Love & Intrigue

New Book Explores Bermuda, Love & Intrigue

A new book, titled Bermuda – Pathway to Terror, follows the adventures of a former intelligence analyst and Arabic linguist as he attempts to foil a deadly terrorist cell that he discovered while in Bermuda, all while falling in love with an old flame at the same time. The book’s synopsis says, “Dr. Michael A. MacManus, a former army... Read more of this article

“Shipwrecks An Important Cultural Resource”

“Shipwrecks An Important Cultural Resource”

Minister of Health, Seniors and Environment Jeanne Atherden recently spoke at the launch of Shipwrecked: Bermuda’s Maritime Heritage, a new book written by Dr. Gordon Payne Watts Jr. and published by the National Museum of Bermuda Press that aims to shed light on the more than 300 shipwrecks in Bermuda’s waters. At the launch, which was... Read more of this article

National Museum Book Showcases Shipwrecks

National Museum Book Showcases Shipwrecks

Three hundred-plus shipwrecks shed light on 500 years of history in a new coffee-table book published by the National Museum of Bermuda Press. Shipwrecked: Bermuda’s Maritime Heritage, by Dr. Gordon Payne Watts Jr, traces the island’s role as the “shipwreck capital of the mid-Atlantic” and describes “the intimate partnership” Bermuda has... Read more of this article

Book Offers Personal History Of Bermuda

Book Offers Personal History Of Bermuda

A book released earlier this year promises to guide readers “through Bermuda from the 60′s right through to 2014″ through the author’s eyes and experiences, providing a personal modern history of the island. The book, titled The Light Switch: As the Light Turns, Things Change was written by Angela R B Browne, with illustrations... Read more of this article

Palacio’s Interpretation Of “A Small Place” Book

Palacio’s Interpretation Of “A Small Place” Book

Today [Mar 17] The Bermuda National Library book club will discuss “A Small Place” by Jamaica Kincaid, featuring a powerpoint of Manuel Palacio digital art interpretation of the book. Mr Palacio said, ” Bermuda, A Small Place, homage to Jamaica Kincaid,” is my continuation from “Black Apartheid” critique of the PLP government… “Bermudians... Read more of this article

“No Motive for Murder Book” Set In Bermuda

“No Motive for Murder Book” Set In Bermuda

Marking the third entry in her Dangerous Journeys Series, author Virginia Winters’ latest novel is set in Bermuda, with the book’s protagonist stumbling upon a murder in progress, and becoming a suspect in the process. Not only set on the island, the book’s cover also focuses on the Bermuda connection, featuring a shoreline framed... Read more of this article

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