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National Reading Challenge Competition

National Reading Challenge Competition

Friday July 2022.

The Bahamas National Libraries Summer Reading Challenge

Join the National Library's summer reading challenge for children, teens & adults! Read books and complete activities to earn points. Visit at least 5 different Library locations. Take a selfie with the Your Neighborhood Library exhibit sign. Upload that selfie to info@nlis.bs. Earn 50 points to complete the challenge and get a prize at the NLIS Headquarters located on College Drive opposite C.C Sweeting High School, Nassau Bahamas (while supplies last).  

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Bahamian Authors

Bahamian Authors

Authors in The Bahamas comprise persons of diverse backgrounds, ages and ethnicity. Their works cover fiction, non-fiction and literature of various genre. a Book Donation Drive Event on Friday 30th April 2021 at Haynes Library, Governor's Harbour, Eleuthera at 10:30am.

Research Centre

Research Centre

Searching for authentic and well researched information? It is as ease as a click on your electronic device at www.nlis.bs Research Centre.

NLIS Gallery

NLIS Gallery

This gallery provides an overview the many functions and events that the National Library and Information Services has hosted and celebrated over the years from its inception to the present.

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“Forgotten Baby” A Book by Nychol Lyna & Arthur Romeo

August 11, 2022

“Forgotten Baby” A Book by Nychol Lyna & Arthur Romeo

“Forgotten Baby” A Book by Nychol Lyna & Arthur RomeoIllustrated by Arthur Romeo An even hosted at Wulff Road Library.  

Meet the Author – Author: Takia Hepburn

July 24, 2022

Meet the Author – Author: Takia Hepburn

Meet the Author at the Library at Pastor Wilbur Outten Library, West Grand Bahama. The National Library and Information Services in conjunction with the Ministry of Education is excited about Reading and giving our nation the chance at giving back to our youth.  Reading opens opportunities for innovation and imagination.  As we move more towards […]

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