LIBRARY LINES for week beginning 9 July 2018

Knit & Knatter is on today from 10.30am. If you have some spare time to help knit or crochet poppies for the window display this November, please drop in to the library. Wool is available for $2 per ball and patterns are free.

The latest nonfiction books include The 15:17 to Paris by Anthony Sadler, A street cat named Bob by James Bowen, Churchill by Roy Jenkins, The great Aussie bloke slim-down by Peter Fitzsimons, Ned Kelly by Peter Fitzsimons, Tragedy: the sad ballad of the Gibb brothers by Jeff Apter, Mawson by Peter Fitzsimons, Mince favourites and 4 fast ingredients by the Australian Women’s Weekly and Simple stir-fries.

Some great new kids’ books are now ready for loan and they include The dark is rising by Susan Cooper, How to train your dragon: how to speak dragonese, How to train your dragon: how to be a pirate, How to train your dragon by Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III, How to train your dragon: how to cheat a dragon’s curse by Cressida Cowell, Alice-Miranda on holiday by Jacqueline Harvey, Messy weird by Anh Do, Alien vs bad guys by Aaron Blabey, The boy in the dress and Bad dad by David Walliams.

The latest fiction books include Stranded by Alex Kava, Six ways to Sunday by Karly Lane, Redemption point by Candice Fox, An evil mind by Chris Carter, Don’t look twice by Andrew Gross, The amazing hat mystery by PG Wodehouse, The great alone by Kristin Hannah, Saturday requiem by Nicci French and The echo man by Richard Montanari.

The most recent magazine titles that are ready for loan include Australian Country, Marie Claire, Tech Life Australia, Gardening Australia, Small farms, 4×4 Australia, Australian Geographic, National Geographic kids, Australian Home beautiful and Science Illustrated.

A few more new large print books are ready for loan and they include Peyton by Max Brand, Bad blood by Corba Sunman, Ride a savage land by Ian MacDougall, Secrets of cavendon by Barbara Taylor Bradford and Gossamer ghost by Laura Childs.

Upcoming events to keep in mind are:

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.

Wednesday 18 July from 10.30am. Board games & Lego. Round up your friends and come challenge them to a game or 2.