LIBRARY LINES for week beginning 22 January 2018

Have you completed your Summer Reading Club log and handed it in for the awards ceremony? These need to be handed into the Library by 5pm Wednesday 24 January. The awards ceremony will be held in the Library at 11am Thursday 25 January.

The May Gibbs exhibition has arrived safely and is available for viewing until the 2 February. Raylene Slade from Hillston has driven 4 hours just to visit the Gumnut babies.

This week’s new magazine titles are a little lite on, but they include Double Helix, Handmade, Australian Artist, Tech Life and Australian Woodsmith.

New kid’s titles include Dump trucks haul, Bulldozers push, Cranes lift, and Concrete mixers stir by Beth Bence Reinke, Clark the shark and the big book report by Bruce Hale, Fancy Nancy: time for puppy school by Jane O’Connor, Danny and the Dinosaur: school days by Syd Hoff, Paddington’s day off by Michael Bond and The book of dust by Phillip Pullman.

New nonfiction titles include The sensitive gut by Harvard Medical School, Home by Tara Dennis, Mummy told me not to tell by Cathy Glass, Empty cradles by Margaret Humphreys, Look me in the eye by John Elder Robison, Running with scissors by Augusten Burroughs, Digital cameras & photography for dummies by Mark Justice Hinton, Charles Mason by Simon Wells, Sick to death by Hedley Thomas, Grassland flora by David Eddy, 82 modern style ideas to create at home, Shattered silence by Melissa G Moore, Guide for women with early breast cancer by Cancer Australia and Lucky man by Michael J Fox.

Upcoming events to keep in mind are:

Friday 19 January until Friday 2 February 2018, the Library will be hosting the May Gibbs traveling exhibition.

Wednesday 24 January Summer Reading Club reading logs are due to be handed today by 5pm.

Thursday 25 January Summer Reading Club Awards presentation 11am.

Friday 26 January Australia Day Public Holiday. Please note that the Library will be closed.

Saturday 27 January Craft session at 10.30am. Bookings required.

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