LIBRARY LINES for week beginning 10 September 2018

FOGL will be hosting bi-monthly talks and morning tea. The first talk will be held today Wednesday 12 September at 10.30am with the discussion surrounding the recent NSW Budget cuts. So please join us to hear how these changes will affect our Library and meet the FOGL team.

The book sale is up and running inside the library. All funds raised go straight back into purchasing items for the collection. So please support where you can.

The latest nonfiction titles this week include Doctor Zhivago by Boris Pasternak, How to drive by Ben Collins, Australia’s democratic system by Kenneth Muir, Be the change: the future is in your hands by Eunice Moyle, Shibori by Yoshiko Iwamoto Wada, The Usborne Christmas Treasury, The Art book, Write, sailor, soldier, spy by Nicholas Reynolds, The assassination of Gianni Versace by Maureen Orth and An Australian band of brothers by Mark Johnston.

Some great new kids’ books are now ready for loan and they include The world’s worst children 3 by David Walliams, Even Weirder! By Anh Do, Tom Gates: Super good skills (almost …) by Liz Pichon, Bullies and buddies by Zack Zombie, Herobrine saves Christmas by Zack Zombie, Creeper life by Pixel Kid and Zack Zombie, Simon vs the homo sapiens agenda by Becky Albertalli, Alex Rider: Ark angel by Anthony Horowitz, Bobby go to sleep now! and Bobby please eat your dinner! By Sophie Cachia.

A few new large print titles are available this week and they include Sugar and iced by Jenn McKinlay, Snowflake bay by Donna Kauffman, Teacup turbulence by Linda O/ Johnston and Bay of sighs by Nora Roberts.

This week’s fiction titles include The stolen marriage by Diane Chamberlain, Into the water by Paula Hawkins, The perfect mother by Aimee Molloy, The Fallen by David Baldacci, The President is missing by Bill Clinton, The sixth day by Catherine Coulter, In the valley of blue gums by J. H. Fletcher, Death is not enough by Karen Rose, 77 Shadow street by Dean Koontz and The legacy by Lynda La Plante.

The most recent magazine titles that are ready for loan include Country Style, Small Farms, Australian Science Illustrated and Australian Home Beautiful.

Upcoming events to keep in mind are:

Wednesday 12 September 10.30am FOGL Bi-monthly Morning Tea and talks.

Friday 14 September from 3pm Board games & Lego.

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