LIBRARY LINES for week beginning 30 July 2018

Friends of Grenfell Library (FOGL) held their July meeting and AGM on Tuesday 25 July. The new board for 2018/19 is so far President Jasmine Pipe, Vice-President Geoff Earl and Secretary Patricia Smith. The group is still looking for a Treasurer and a Publicity Officer if there is any one interested in supporting the group and Library please attend the next meeting on Tuesday 28 August at 6.45pm for 7pm start. Everyone is welcome.

An amazing turn out for the first storytime session of the term last Wednesday. We had fun reading stories, singing songs and some craft. It is great to see so many come each month and the kids grow and learn to love the art of storytelling and participation as a group. So, thank you to those who make the effort each month.

The latest nonfiction books include The Pastor and the painter by Cinot Wochner, ANZACS on the western front by Peter Pedersen, Quilting through life by Julia Teters Zeigler, The crappiest refugee by Hung Le, Recovery: freedom from our addictions by Russell Brand, Being 14 by Madonna King, Molly’s game by Molly Bloom, The secret language of your body by Inna Segal, The t-shirt quilt book by Lindsay Conner and Striking strip quilts by Kate Henderson.

Some great new kids’ books are now ready for loan and they include The voyage of the dawn treader and Prince Caspian by C. S. Lewis, Charlie and the great glass elevator by Roald Dahl, A little bush maid by Mary Grant Bruce, The magical world of fairies, Buttercup goes to the ball, The Fox and the hound, The Emperor’s new groove, Brother Bear and The wild.

This week’s fiction titles include Macbeth by Jo Nesbo, XO by Jeffery Deaver, The midsummer garden by Kirsty Manning, From the stars above by Peter Watt, Doctors on demand by Marion Lennox, Widows by Lynda La Plante, Making peace by Fiona McCallum, The punishment she deserves by Elizabeth George, The rising sea by Clive Cussler and The fifth letter by Nicola Moriarty.

The most recent magazine titles that are ready for loan include Instyle, Grass roots, Australian Woodsmith and Better Homes and gardens.

Upcoming events to keep in mind are:

Friday 3 August from 3pm. Board games and Lego is back on.

Wednesday 15 August from 10.30am. Knit, Knatter & Nibble.

Friday 17 August from 3pm. Board games and Lego.

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