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Press Release: Caines reads to students

National security minister Wayne Caines engaged with students from BHS earlier today, when he was invited by the school to be a guest reader.

During his visit, Minister Caines read Dr. Seuss; The Cat in The Hat and The Foot to a P3 class. And at the conclusion of his visit, the students presented the Minister with a “Thank You” card.

Of the occasion, Minister Caines said he “enjoyed spending time with our young people in celebration of reading and learning”. And he thanked the teachers at the school, particularly English teacher Sarah Wheddon for inviting him.

Today's event was timely as countries around the world, including Bermuda prepare to recognise March 1st as Unesco World Book Day in appreciation of authors, illustrators and reading.

National security minister Wayne Caines reads to BHS students (Photograph supplied)

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Published February 28, 2018 at 5:07 pm (Updated February 28, 2018 at 5:07 pm)

Press Release: Caines reads to students

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