LIBRARY LINES for week beginning 23 April 2018

It’s the second week of the school holidays and the library is hosting tomorrow (Thursday 26) between 2 and 4pm kids bingo. No age limit or bookings required. Great prizes to be won.

The Henry Lawson Festival is only 6 weeks away and the planning is coming into the final stages. To enable the library to display all the competition entries and host the second-hand book sale I need clean flat sheets to cover the shelving in the library. If you have any flat sheets you no longer need please drop them into the library. Thank you for your help.

The latest DVD titles that are ready for loan include Love song by Hillsong, Joanna Lumley’s India, Secrets of the manor house, A history of Ancient Britain, Harry Potter: a history of magic, Joanna Lumley’s Nile, Churchill, Loving, Home Fires series two, The day the earth stood still, Indian Summers series two, The boxtrolls, Percy Jackson: sea of monsters, Pan, Versailles series two, Still Alice, The other woman, The circle, The Kingsman: the secret service, Me before you, Parental guidance, Morning glory and Goodbye Christopher Robin.

Some new nonfiction titles include When Fraser met Billy by Louise Booth, You can call me Ellie by Anne McCullagh Rennie, 500 traditional quilts, Nelson Mandela: long walk to freedom by Chris Van Wyk, Love life by Rob Lowe, Harry Potter a journey through a history of magic, Cookies by the Australian Women’s Weekly, Make money selling craft by Jenny Springett, Easy Stitching, 100 scientists who made history and cooking step by step.

The latest magazine titles to arrive include Traces, Real living, Choice, Tech life, Small farms, Double helix, Instyle and Australian Artist.

Some interesting new fiction books are now available to borrow, and they include The runaway princess by Hester Browne, The summer psychic by Jessica Adams, Just a family affair by Veronica Henry, Beach house no. 9 by Christie Ridgway, A ghostly undertaking by Tonya Kappes, After you’d gone by Maggie O’Farrell, Everything changes but you by Maggie Alderson, Tyringham Park by Rosemary McLoughlin, Call me by your name by Andre Aciman, The leisure seeker by Michael Zadoorian, Murder on the orient express by Agatha Christie and The cursed by Heather Graham.

Upcoming events to keep in mind are:

Thursday 26 April, Kids Bingo from 2 to 4.30pm.

Monday 30 April, Introduction to internet part 2 for Seniors. Bookings required. Held in the Internet Centre between 10am and midday.

Wednesday 9 May, Knit, Knatter & Nibble.

Friday 11 May, Board games and Lego.

Wednesday 16 May, Preschool storytime for 3 to 5 year old’s at 10.30am. Siblings welcomed.

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