July 24, 2014 · 3:31 am
There was craft activity….what did they make?
The Public Library held a street fair this year (2014) as part of library week. Here are some highlights:
By golly, I think they’re into it: Calesia Thibou reads from her book Cadriel and Jadiel: a Day at the Beach.
What’s that I’m reading? and what’s an arctic seal named Dolphin doing in the Caribbean sea anyway?
Fish Outta Water.
Claudia Elizabeth Ruth’s reading brought international intrigue.
Dorbrene O’Marde reading from Send Out You Hand captured the attention of passers-by.
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2 responses to “Library Week (Antigua) – a Look Back in Pictures”
This is great! I love that the readers were out on the street. I wonder if any local spoken word artists were invited to participate.
Don’t think so. I cop to supplying author suggestions when they contacted me but no one specifically spoken word. Maybe you should make some suggestions for when they do it again as I’m sure they will.