Kauai Authors will celebrating National library week by making a number of appearances at events on Kauai during the week of April 14th-20th.
On Saturday, April 13, 2013 dozens of authors will be signing and selling their books at Kukui Grove shopping center. The event is sponsored by Friends of Lihue Library in conjunction with their Spring Used Booksale Fundraiser. This event will host dozens of Kauai's Authors, and a number of different genres will be represented.
Pam Brown will be signing copies of her recent release, Kauai Stories, a magical collection of stories written by the residents of Kauai. Each heartwarming story tells about the history, culture, and people of Kauai through the eyes of its residents.
Jan TenBruggencate will be signing copies of his book, Lihue Mill, One Hundred Years of Sugar Processing along Nawiliwili Stream: Grinding Cane and Building a Community. This is probable one of the most interesting historical accounts of how the sugar industry influenced life on Kauai.
The Kauai Children's Authors Guild members will be signing their children's books. These include: The Eye of the Lion by Mark Jeffers, Benny the Beetle by Carol Peacock-Williams, Knuckles, The Hound of Hanalei by Susan Dierker, Sabrina, The Girls with a Hole in Her Heart by Wendy Lewis, King of the Beach by Mark Huff and The Complete Hawaiian Reef Fish Coloring Book by Monika Mira. Monika Mira will also be signing copies of her new release, Who Lives in the Sea? Ocean Animals of Hawaii.
Many of Kauai's Authors will also be present at different events being held at Kauai Museum over the next month.