LIBRARY LINES for week beginning 20 August 2018

Book Week is on this week. We will be hosting two preschool storytime sessions this week. Why not join us on either today Wednesday 22 or Friday 24 August at 10.30am.

FOGL are holding their August meeting in the Library on Tuesday 28 August at 6.45pm for a 7pm start. Everyone is welcome to attend. Reminder that FOGL are still looking for a Treasurer.

The latest nonfiction books include Fifty shades of 50 by Brendan Jones, The constitution by Scott Brodie, After Kathy Acker by Chris Kraus, Defying the enemy within by Joe Williams, Reckoning by Magda Szubanski, Cook’s collection: Slow cooker, Cook’s collection: family favourites, Cook’s collection: pasta dishes, Monash’s masterpiece by Peter Fitzsimons, Cyber bulling and Outback Australia road trips.

Some great new kids’ books are now ready for loan and they include Storm boy by Colin Thiele, Ghostop series by Libby Hathorn, The Swiss Family Robinson by Johann Wyss, The Silver chair by CS Lewis, The magic finger by Roald Dahl, Black beauty by Anna Sewell, Alpacas with maracas and Macca the alpaca by Matt Cosgrove.

This week’s DVD titles include David Attenborough’s wild city, The great Australian cookbook, Hillsong live: saviour king, Civil war entire series and The wild west collector’s set entire series.

There are some great new titles in the talking book collections this week. They include The shoe bird by Samuel Jones, Dracula by Bram Stoker, Monstrous Maud: horror holiday by AB Saddlewick, The Navy Lark, The misadventures of Benjamin Bartholomew Piff by Jason Lethcoe, The janitor’s boy by Andrew Clements, The firework-maker’s daughter by Philip Pullman and One beastly beast by Garth Nix.

The most recent magazine titles that are ready for loan include InStyle, Real Living and Taste.

Upcoming events to keep in mind are:

Wednesday 22 August 10.30am Preschool Storytime

Friday 24 August 10.30am Preschool Storytime

Tuesday 28 August 6.45 for 7pm FOGL August meeting

Friday 31 August from 3pm Board games & Lego

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