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'Thank you, RAIN CLOUD’, is a colourful and uplifting light read for children, with 100% of early sale proceeds being donated to the Acts of Random Kindness charity.
Holiday cards designed by Bella Grieff, left, and Chloe Connolly are now available for purchase at Books & Books in Camana Bay.
Literacy Month is back to celebrate and encourage a love of reading among youth across the Cayman Islands. This year, the theme focuses on mysteries, covering everything from “The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes” to local favorite “Pedro and The Treasure Map” by Erin Connelly.
Jamaica’s first blind senator is visiting Cayman from Friday to Tuesday to speak about religious liberty and the need for the Caribbean to accommodate people with disabilities.
Canadian lawyer and author Douglas Schofield is well known in the Cayman Islands for his novels, which he wrote and published while spending many years practicing law here.
He may be only 9 years old, but Griffin Macdonald made a big impact with his idea for a charity Christmas card – raising a grand total of $2,956 for local charity Feed Our Future.
With the kids all-consumed with Nerf Blasters and Hatchimals brought by Santa Claus, it’s likely there are some neglected, older toys lying around that could do with a loving new home.
Author Alexandra Lehmann will do a reading and signing of her book “With You There Is Light” on Friday evening at Books & Books in Camana Bay.
Nineteen four- to six-year-old students from Grace Christian Academy celebrated the end of Literacy Month by visiting Books & Books in Camana Bay Friday morning for a special Story Time session with representatives from the bookstore and Camana Bay.
Books & Books and Camana Bay are running a series of events this month to encourage a love of reading in the younger generation.
Creatives often find inspiration strikes in unusual places. But what about crammed in the front seat of your car, MacBook balanced on lap, while your baby snoozes in the back?
Magazine lovers in the Cayman Islands missed their regular editions this month as the islands’ leading magazine importer, Hobbies and Books, ceased shipments in April. Hobbies and Books confirmed it had stopped imports but declined to comment further. The company has imported magazines to Cayman since 1971 and supplied local retailers.
Cayman Cocktail Week is fast approaching, and that means lots of social nights out where the latest and greatest mixologists produce exciting creations for you to sample at different venues. It runs from Oct. 21-29 with some free and some ticketed events. Here’s the lowdown on every evening in the week ahead.
The first delivery of Roald Dahl books arrived at George Town Primary School on Tuesday morning, courtesy of Camana Bay and Books & Books. In all, 120 Dahl books are being donated to all 15 public primary and secondary schools in Cayman.
Cayman Islands attorney and author Douglas Schofield will be at Camana Bay’s Books & Books store from 6:30-8 p.m. Thursday for a reading and book signing of his third novel “Time of Departure.”
First-time author Ross Tibbetts will be signing copies of his debut novel, “The Walker,” at Books & Books on July 15 at 6:30 p.m.
art autobiography, history tome and political memoir, “A Life That Counts” by first-time author, former Chief Secretary and former Deputy Governor John Lemuel Hurlston will be available from Book Nook and Books & Books from June 10.