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New ‘Fudgesicle’ Children’s Book Released

New ‘Fudgesicle’ Children’s Book Released

Minister Tinee Furbert has released a new children’s book, Fudgesicle, which features a young girl’s introduction to a chocolate-flavored Bermuda fudgesicle, with illustrations by Bermudian artist Gherdai Hassell. The book is described as: “Fudgesicle is a colorful, positive, upbeat story of a young girl’s introduction to a chocolate-flavored... Read more of this article

Campbell: ‘Hope Is The Most Consistent Theme’

Campbell: ‘Hope Is The Most Consistent Theme’

[Written by Stephen Wright] Bermudian poet Rhys Campbell delved deep into his own struggles with mental health when creating his first collection of work. Animate [A Poetry Collection] features more than 40 poems written by Mr Campbell, who published his debut release, From the Pink Sands – a Bermuda-themed poetry booklet – last year. The 25-year-old... Read more of this article

National Library To Be Closed On Dec 24 & 31

National Library To Be Closed On Dec 24 & 31

The public is advised that the Main Library on Queen Street and the Youth Library on Church Street will be closed on Saturday [Dec 24] and Saturday, December 31. A spokesperson said, “The Management and Staff wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.”  Read More →

‘Young Warrior’s Devotional Coloring Book’

‘Young Warrior’s Devotional Coloring Book’

A newly published book by Bermudian Marion Minors entitled “Young Warrior’s Devotional Coloring Book” is now available. A spokesperson said, “Seasoned church youth leader Elder Marion Minors believes that children today need more than just Bible stories to stand in their faith in God. Instead, they need inspiration designed to encourage... Read more of this article

Van Putten Releases ‘African Dream Stories’

Van Putten Releases ‘African Dream Stories’

The Bermuda National Library will host the book launch of Melodye Micëre Van Putten’s 15th book, African Dream Stories. this Wednesday, December 7th from 6 to 7:30 pm on the second floor of the adult library. There will be light refreshments, a reading from the book and book signing. African Dream Stories is Van Putten’s sixth children’s book... Read more of this article

New Southampton Architectural Heritage Book

New Southampton Architectural Heritage Book

The Bermuda National Trust is launching ‘Southampton,’ the tenth and last in its Bermuda’s Architectural Heritage series. A spokesperson said, “The series, begun in 1995, covers every parish and the City of Hamilton. It highlights the architecture of the most interesting buildings on the island and the people who built, lived and... Read more of this article

CURB: New ‘Black History In Bermuda Timeline’

CURB: New ‘Black History In Bermuda Timeline’

Citizens Uprooting Racism in Bermuda [CURB] announced the re-publication of its pioneering book, ‘Black History in Bermuda: Timeline Spanning 5 Centuries’. A spokesperson said, “Having initially published 1,000 copies in October 2020, every single copy was purchased and the demand from Bermudians and Residents for this vital record has remained... Read more of this article

Bermudian Author Delivers Lecture At Harvard

Bermudian Author Delivers Lecture At Harvard

[Written by Stephen Wright] Bermudian author St Clair Tucker delivered a presentation on the history of enslaved Native Americans in Bermuda at Harvard University. Mr Tucker, known as “Brinky”, was invited to attend the Wampum Renewal Ceremony, Honouring Indigenous People Who Were Enslaved at Harvard University, by the Harvard Alumni Association. Tribe... Read more of this article

Lauren Allen Releases “An Itch To Fish” Book

Lauren Allen Releases “An Itch To Fish” Book

[Written by Don Burgess] Treasured memories of fishing with her father, Richard, led Lauren Allen to write a children’s book about her experiences. She started working on An Itch to Fish one year ago with help from the Bermuda Economic Development Corporation summer programme. Ms. Allen, 24, said, “It was inspired by fishing trips that I’ve gone... Read more of this article

Collected Essays On Bermuda’s History Book

Collected Essays On Bermuda’s History Book

The new, enlarged edition of Collected Essays on Bermuda’s History by Jonathan Land Evans is now available. Mr Evans explained, “The new, enlarged [and now with pictorial cover] edition of my Collected Essays on Bermuda’s History: a diverse compilation of scholarly research papers and journalism, which comprises a selection of 46 essays... Read more of this article

Rev. Dr. Jacqui Lewis Holding Two Events

Rev. Dr. Jacqui Lewis Holding Two Events

The public is invited to attend two events with the Rev. Jacqui Lewis, including ‘Racial Justice and Ubuntu’ on October 22 and a community church service on October 23. A spokesperson said, “The Rev. Jacqui Lewis, Ph.D. uses her gifts as author, activist, preacher, public theologian toward creating an antiracist, just, fully welcoming... Read more of this article

Jawando Releases ‘Seven Black Fathers’ Book

Jawando Releases ‘Seven Black Fathers’ Book

An American author and politician, whose wife has strong family ties to Bermuda, has released a book which “recasts the image of Black fathers” and was recently featured on the NBC Nightly News. Will Jawando has published his memoir, My Seven Black Fathers: A Young Activist’s Memoir of Race, Family, and the Mentors Who Made Him Whole. Mr... Read more of this article

Peace, Joy And Love: Christmas Across Africa

Peace, Joy And Love: Christmas Across Africa

[Written by Dale Butler] Former Minister of Government, Terry Lister, has added an exciting and creative book title to his first two books: Immersed in West Africa, released August 29, 2019 [winner of 14 international awards], and A New Day Dawns, released October 28, 2021 [winner of 8 international awards]. Although new to the literary world [started... Read more of this article