The school holidays are coming up again. So, keep an eye out for the events that are planned.
The latest nonfiction books include The BBQ cookbook, Break-up boss by Zoe Foster Blake, A short history of nearly everything by Bill Bryson, The suitcase baby by Tanya Bretherton, Romantically challenged by Sami Lukis, The good mothers by Alex Perry, Last of the giants by Mick Wall, The last snake man by John Cann, Australia’s best trips and Escaping Hitler by Monty Halls.
A great number of new Large Print titles are available this week and they include The hostile land by Wayne C. Lee, The story of Arthur Truluv by Elizabeth Berg, Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Nursing homes are murder by Mike Befeler, Past Perfect and Fall from grace by Danielle Steel, Still me by Jojo Moyes, The whites by Harry Brandt, The begonia bribe by Alyse Carlson and Parchment and old lace by Laura Childs.
Some great new kids’ books are now ready for loan and they include On the road, Longer words, At sea, Fish, Tales of a fourth grade nothing by Judy Blume, The Lily and the rose by Jackie French, Not just a book by Jeanne Willis, Fancy Nancy: oodles of kittens by Jane O’Connor, The silver sea by Alison Lester and What do they do with all the poo from all the animals at the zoo? by Anh Do.
The latest fiction books include Jack the ripper case closed by Gyles Brandreth, Ink and bone by Lisa Unger, The ballad of Banjo Crossing by Tess Evans, Sliver of truth by Lisa Unger, The cutting edge by Jeffery Deaver, Frankenstein by Mary Shelley, Captive prince by C.S. Pacat, The making of Martin Sparrow by Peter Cochrane, Egg drop dead by Laura Childs and The kept woman by Karin Slaughter.
Upcoming events to keep in mind are:
Monday 9 July at 10am. Tech Savvy Seniors Graduation and morning tea. For those who attended the classes. Please RSVP by 5pm Wednesday 4 July. This will be held in the Library.
Wednesday 11 July from 10.30am. Knit, Knatter & Nibbles. Please join us and help knit or crochet poppies for the centenary celebrations for November of the end of World War 1. Red wool is available for $2 a ball and patterns are also available.