LIBRARY LINES for week beginning 15 July 2019

Wed 10 we are showing the movie Five feet apart at 1.45pm. Entry is free and there will be a Candy bar for you to buy all your snacks and drinks.

For the family historians within the community you all now have free access to Find my past. You can only access this by using the library computers.

Thank you to everyone who entered the Colouring in competition. The winners are Harry Fanning, Tegan Chown, Jack Fanning, Denis Chown, Hannah Kohnen, Nakarla Hardy, Zoe Jones and Ruby Hardy. All entries are on display in the library.

Some great new fiction titles are now available. Titles include The never game by Jeffrey Deaver, Anna of Kleve: Queen of secrets by Alison Weir, Something to tell you by Lucy Diamond, Dead girls by Graeme Cameron, Secrets of the Montana Cahills by BJ Daniels, The good teacher by PJ Kelly, The tiger catcher by Paullina Simons, The woman from Saint Germain by JR Lonie, Wedding puzzle by Sallie Muirden, The wonder of lost causes by Nick Trout and The liberation by Kate Furnivall.

A number of new magazine titles are available for loan and they are Science Illustrated, The Australian Women’s Weekly food, National Geographic kids, Australian geographic, Backyard, NSW Fishing & boating, Choice and Choice computer.

A number of new Playaways for the kids are available and titles include Here lies Arthur by Philip Reeve, A stitch in time by Penelope Lively, Infernal devices by Philip Reeve, Arthur: king of the middle march by Kevin Crossley-Holland, Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens, Doctor Who and the cave monsters and the doomsday weapon by Malcolm Hulke, Nelly the monster sitter: huffaluks, muggots and thermitts by Kes Gray, Arthur High king of Britain by Michael Morpurgo, Tales of the dark forest trollogy by Steve Barlow, Charlie Bone and the castle of mirrors by Jenny Nimmo, Blue gene baby by Fiona Dunbar and Nelly the monster sitter: cowcumbers, pipplewaks & altigators by Kes Gray.

Some great new DVD titles are available for loan this week and they include Catch-22, On the basis of sex, Hotel Mumbai, A dog’s way home, Manou the swift, Toys & pets, Rusty rivets: wild bot adventures, Paw patrol: ultimate rescue, Thomas: monkey trouble and Captain Marvel.

Lots of new kids titles this week and they include Cherub: The recruit by Robert Muchamore, The fall by Tristan Bancks, Shadowhunters: Clockwork Princess; City of lost souls by Cassandra Clare, Real pigeons: eat danger by Andrew McDonald, Boot: small robot big adventure by Shane Hegarty, My mum Tracy Beaker by Jacqueline Wilson, Punch lines by Oliver Phommavanh, Cowboy and birdbrain by Adam Wallace, 47 degrees by Justin D’Ath, Wings of fire: winter turning by Tui T Sutherland, Have sword will travel by Garth Nix, The land of stories: the enchantress returns by Chris Colfer, Diary of a Minecraft: Zombies vs aliens by Zack Zombie and Squishy Taylor and the secret envelope by Ailsa Wild.

A number of new music CD titles are now available, and they include Party time! By The Wiggles, Yesterday, Happiness begins by the Jonas Brothers, Back to our roots by the Original Seekers, Toy Story 4, So fresh: the hits of winter 2019, So fresh: the hits of autumn 2019 and So country 2019.

Upcoming events to keep in mind are:

            Wednesday 17 Movie – Five Feet Apart. 1.45pm for a 2pm start. Free entry.

            Tuesday 23 FOGL Monthly meeting 6.45pm for a 7pm start. Everyone is welcome to join.

            Wednesday 24 Preschool Storytime 10.30am

            Friday 26 Preschool Storytime 10.30am

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Free access to Find my past

For all those family historians or wanna be family historians as of today (Tues 9 July) everyone has free access to Find My Past from any of the library computers.

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LIBRARY LINES for week beginning 8 July 2019

Today (Wed 10) we are showing the movie Lego Movie 2 at 10am. Entry is free and there will be a Candy bar for you to buy all your snacks and drinks. Don’t forget that we will be showing the movie the Green Book this Saturday night and next Wednesday 17 we are showing Five Feet apart at 1.45pm.

Last chance to enter into the colouring in competition for the 50th anniversary of the 1969 Moon landing. Entries are open to all ages. Entry forms can be collected and returned to the Library by 5pm Thursday 11 July. Great prizes are up for grab.

Some great new fiction titles are now available. Titles include Gray mountain; Rogue lawyer; The racketeer; The firm by John Grisham, Anna of Kleve: Queen of secrets by Alison Weir, Out of sight by James Patterson, The huntress by Kate Quinn, Mr right now by Karly Lane, Master of my fate by Sienna Brown, Hush hush by James Patterson.

A number of new magazine titles are available for loan and they are Tech Life, Marie Claire, Small farms, Backyard, 4×4 Australia, On the road, Organic gardener and new title Wartime.

A number of new talking book titles for the adults and Playaways for the kids are available and titles include Death of a macho man by MC Beaton, Agatha Raisin: dishing the dirt by MC Beaton, Don’t stop believin’ by Olivia Newton-John, Any ordinary day by Leigh Sales, The silk sisters: tiger-lily gold by Fiona Dunbar, 6 feet deep by Rose Impey, Tales of the dark forest: knyghtmare! By Steve Barlow, King of the cloud forests by Michael Morpurgo, Doctor Who and the giant robot and Doctor Who and the auton invasion & the pyramids of Mars by Terrance Dicks, Doctor Who and the doomsday weapon by Malcolm Hulke, Doctor Who: Borrowed time by Naomi A. Alderman, Airman by Eoin Colfer and Nicola and the Viscount by Meg Cabot.

Some great new DVD titles are available for loan this week and they include Boonie Bears Fantastica, Lady and the Tramp II scamps adventure, Sleeping beauty, Pollyanna, Succession, Australia in colour, The Muppet show season 1, Lady and the Tramp, Herbie goes to Monte Carlo, Herbie rides again, PJ Masks: time to be a hero, PJ Masks: cracking the case, Shadowhunters: the mortal instruments season 1 and Guardians of the galaxy vol 1 & 2.

Lots of new kids titles this week in time for the school holidays and they include The land of stories: a Grimm warning by Chris Colfer, Chook Doolan: On the road by James Roy, The girl who came out of the woods by Emily Barr, Skulduggery pleasant: last stand of dead men; Midnight; Resurrection by Derek Landy, Shadowhunters: clockwork Prince; City of fallen angels; The red scrolls of magic and City of heavenly fire by Cassandra Clare,  Cherub: Class A; Maximum security by Robert Muchamore, Villain by Michael Grant, Tom weekly and my life and other weaponised muffins by Tristan Bancks, The Bad guys: the big bad wolf by Aaron Blabey, Real pigeons: fight crime; Nest hard by Andrew McDonald, Super con-nerd and Don’t follow Vee by Oliver Phommavanh and Two can keep a secret by Karen M. McManus.

A number of new nonfiction titles are now available, and they include The innocent man by John Grisham, The mortgage stress handbook by Legal Aid NSW, Furious hours by Casey Cep, Unconditional love by Jocelyn Moorhouse, Southern discomfort by Tena Clark, Unqualified by Anna Faris, Cakes & slices cookbook, The teen’s guide to debating and public speaking by Claire Duffy and Anxious kids by Michael Grose.

Upcoming events to keep in mind are:

            Wednesday 10 Movie – Lego Movie 2. 10am for a 10.15am start. Free entry.

            Saturday 13 Movie – Green Book. 7.45pm for an 8pm start. Free entry. Booking of seats is preferred.

            Wednesday 17 Movie – Five Feet Apart. 1.45pm for a 2pm start. Free entry.

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