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Book and Music festival draws in book loversUPDATED 7:22 PM HST May 18, 2013Video Transcript
historical persepective. Readers and writers of those tales got a pat on the back today at Honolulu Hale. PKG If you love to read there was no shortage of material at the 8th annual hawaii Book and Music Festival on the Civic Center grounds today. Hundreds of titles were on display... fiction, non-fiction, young adult, keiki, hawaiiana. Browsers got to swap books and even score some for free. Local authors, like our own pamela young, signed their books and read passages under the tent pavilions. Local publishing house Watermark has set up a division to help self- publishers. 2728 THEY WANT TO TELL THEIR STORY BUT THEY DON'T KNOW WHERE TO START THEY WANT TO TALK TO THEIR RELATIVES THEIR FAMILIES ABOUT THEIR LIVES 2736 Even with major book chains quickly falling in the wake of e- literature, the lure of the written word on vellum and parchment is too great to ignore. 2151 I'M AN AVID BOOK LOVER AND I WOULD EVEN STAND IN THE RAIN TO FIND SOME NEW BOOKS THAT I HAVEN'T READ BEFORE 2157 Nana Okhawa, KITV4r News. The event will also be held tomorrow starting at 10 AM. Admission and parking are free.