LIBRARY LINES for week beginning 2 July 2018

The school holidays are coming up again. There will be board games and Lego sessions. So, round up your friends and challenge them to a game or two. Don’t forget that we do have the kids games computer setup for use at any time.

The latest nonfiction books include Defying the enemy within by Joe Williams, Two generations by Anne Connor, The science of Harry Potter by Mark Brake, Ultimate slow cooker by Sally Wise, 10 things every parent needs to know by Justin Coulson, A life less sugar by Amanda Tiffen, Sophie’s patch by Sophie Thomson, Happy gluten-free kids by Bridget Pennington, Slow cooker central savers by Paulene Christie and Big blue sky by Peter Garrett.

Some great new kids’ books are now ready for loan and they include Here we are by Oliver Jeffers, I’m Australian Too by Mem Fox, The great heffalump hunt by Giles Andreae, The bum book by Kate Mayers, This little pig went singing by Margaret Wild, Lest we forget by Kerry Brown, How to catch the tooth fairy by Adam Wallace, Follow that car by Lucy Feather, Do not open this book again by Andy Lee and When I grow up by Tim Minchin.

The latest fiction books include Fool’s gold and Suddenly one summer by Fleur McDonald, Those other women by Nicola Moriarty, Someone like you by Karly Lane, The pearl sister by Lucinda Riley, Dark in death by JD Robb, The dirty book club by Lisi Harrison, An unsuitable match by Joanna Trollope, A country mile by Mandy Magro and Mrs by Caitlin Macy.

The most recent magazine titles that are ready for loan include Australian Woodsmith, Australian patchwork & quilting, Real living, NSW Fishing & Boating, Better homes and gardens, International Traveller and Australian House & Garden.

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.

Friday 13 July from 10.30am. Board games & Lego. Round up your friends and come challenge them to a game or 2.

This entry was posted in Library Lines. Bookmark the permalink.