LIBRARY LINES for week beginning 27 August 2018

The latest nonfiction books include Australians on the western front 1918 by David W. Cameron, All-American murder by James Patterson, Cook’s collection: smoothies & juices, Diabetes type 2: you can reverse it by Dr Sandra Cabot, A big little life by Dean Koontz, Camping with kids by Simon McGrath, Break-up boss by Zoe Foster Blake, Brain lab for kids by Eric Chudler, iPad for seniors, Bushrangers by Anna Purcell and Steps to uni for year 10 students by UAC.

There are a few new kids’ books that are now ready for loan and they include The only me by Meredith Harvey, Where is baby’s belly button by Karen Katz and Skulduggery Pleasant by Derek Landy.

This week we have some new large print titles available for loan and they include Invitation to a funeral by Jethro Kyle, Coyote moon by Ralph Hayes, Brother outlaw by Lee E. Wells, Duty of honor by Tom Clancy, Bought to carry his heir by Jane Porter, Rifles on the river by Noel M. Loomis, Trust no one by Jayne Ann Krentz, The taming of Ryder Cavanaugh by Stephanie Laurens, Devil’s food by Kerry Greenwood, Murder on a midsummer night by Kerry Greenwood and From bad to wurst by Maddy Hunter.

There are some great new fiction titles this week that are ready for loan and they include The Guernsey Literary & Potato Peel Pie Society by Mary Ann Shaffer, The Jester by James Patterson, Mulliner’s buck-u-uppo and The smile that wins by PG Wodehouse, Captive by Tony Park, Diamond Dove by Adrian Hyland, NYPD Red 5 by James Patterson, Vengeance by Lee Child, Still me by Jojo Moyes and Hardcore 24 by Janet Evanovich.

Here are the latest DVD titles that are available for loan and they include Finding your feet, Going for gold, Sherlock Gnomes, Vera Cruz, Victoria series two, Miss Fisher’s murder mysteries series 2 volume 2, The White Queen, Peaky Blinders season two, Top of the lake: China girl, Home again, St. Vincent, The BBQ, Love, Simon and Ferdinand.

The most recent magazine title that is ready for loan is Better Homes and Gardens.

Upcoming events to keep in mind are:

Friday 31 August from 3pm Board games & Lego

Wednesday 5 September 10.30am Preschool Storytime.

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