LIBRARY LINES for week beginning 5 February 2018

This week’s new magazine titles include Better Homes & Gardens, Diabetic Living, Grass Roots, Australian House & Garden, Marie Claire, Real Living, NSW Fishing & Boating, Australian Traveller, National Geographic Kids, 4×4 Australia, Australian Patchwork & Quilting, Australian Home Beautiful, Organic Gardener.

This week’s adult fiction books include The Christmas thief and other stories by Mary Higgins Clark, Death of a she devil by Fay Weldon, about last night by Catherine Alliott, The good pilot Peter Woodhouse by Alexander McCall Smith, The snowman by Jo Nesbo and The mistletoe murder by P.D. James.

The latest nonfiction books include The story of Beatrix Potter by Sarah Gristwood, Tinkering: the complete book of John Clarke by John Clarke, Water … the amazing journey by Caren Trafford, Zumbo by Adriano Zumbo, The night the angels came by Cathy Glass, Victoria & Abdul by Shrabani Basu, The girl with the lower back tattoo by Amy Schumer, Margaret & David by Sandy George, On writing by Stephen King and Nether here nor there by Bill Bryson.

The latest kid’s books include One keen koala by Margaret Wild, The maze, Where is the cabbage? by Julie Ellis, The zebra crossing by Jane Buxton, A new bed and Footprints on the moon by Jill Eggleton, When the balloon went pop!, The wind blows strong, Open your mouth, Don’t you laugh at me!, Come for a swim and Birthdays by Joy Cowley, Trees are special by Steve Pattrick and Carrots, peas and beans by John Lockyer.

New large print titles include Creole curse by Neil Hunter and The rattlesnake code by Ed Roberts.

Upcoming events to keep in mind are:

Wednesday 14 February, the Library will be celebrating Library Lovers Day. More details to come.

Tuesday 27 February 1.45pm for a 2pm start. This is the first meeting of the year for the Friends of Grenfell Library.

Thursday 1 March, the Library will be hosting a book launch for Death comes calling by local author R. G. Anthony. 6.45pm for 7pm start. A light supper will be served afterwards for a gold coin donation.

Friday 2 March, Board Games and Lego in the Library after school 3 – 4.45pm. So, round up some friends and challenge them to a game or two.

Friday 9 March, The Friends of the Library will be hosting a street stall outside IGA so come on down and support the Friends.

Tuesday 27 March, The Friends of the Library will be hosting the annual Seniors Morning Tea.

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