Former teacher pens book

  • New venture: Wendy Robinson signs copies of the book inspired by her experience of getting sick at CedarBridge Academy (Photograph by Akil Simmons)

    New venture: Wendy Robinson signs copies of the book inspired by her experience of getting sick at CedarBridge Academy (Photograph by Akil Simmons)


A book written by a former teacher who claims she was inspired to put pen to paper after mould in her school made her sick is now on sale.

Wendy Robinson wrote God’s Love Letter to Humanity as she recovered from major surgery and spent thousands of dollars to have it self-published.

The book, a summary of the Bible which includes scenes of Bermuda and a chapter on good living, is available at island stores for $25 a copy.

Mrs Robinson, who retired from CedarBridge Academy on medical grounds, has made a number of appearances at the Bermuda National Library signing copies of the book.

She will also be signing copies at Front Street’s Brown & Co on Wednesday and Thursday between noon and 2pm.

CedarBridge was closed for a clean-up of mould in November 2006 and an inquiry later found that one student almost died and at least 13 others suffered sickness “very probably” caused by the environment, as well as an unknown number of staff.

Mrs Robinson’s personal injury lawsuit against the Ministry of Education and the school’s board of governors continues.

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Published Mar 27, 2018 at 8:00 am (Updated Mar 27, 2018 at 6:33 am)

Former teacher pens book

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