LIBRARY LINES for week beginning 17 September 2018

Tomorrow Thursday 20 September is Australian Reading Hour. The day is all about promoting reading to everyone and the benefits. Take the time to learn, grow, escape and relax. Reading to children can help them identity formation, setting them up for success in the future. For adults, reading has shown to reduce stress by 68% more than listening to music, going for a walk or having a cup of tea. So why not come into the library, not just tomorrow, and find something to read. Be it a book or magazine.

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.

School holidays are fast approaching again. So far, I have announced that I will be reintroducing the cinema. These will be classic movies from the National Film & Sound Archives in Canberra. Keep an eye out for dates and times as there will be a mixture of these throughout October. Something for everyone.

The latest nonfiction titles this week include Mao’s last dancer by Li Cunxin, It’s all relative by A.J. Jacobs, Great Australian World War II stories, Kings of the deserts, Kings of the skies, Genetic engineering, Kings of the jungles, Kings of the mountains, Kings of the rivers and Gulliver’s travels by Jonathan Swift.

Some great new kids’ books are now ready for loan and they include Beautiful mess by Claire Christian, This mortal coil by Emily Suvada, Never say die and Russian roulette by Anthony Horowitz, Ducks away! and Hattie and the fox By Mem Fox, Bobby did a big stinky poo! By Sophie Cachia, If I was a Prime Minister by Beck & Robin Feiner, Tiger’s roar by Alex Rance and Andy & Terry’s funny picture book starring big fat cows and the cat, the rat and the baseball bat by Andy Griffiths and Terry Denton.

The most recent magazine titles that are ready for loan include National Geographic kids, Backyard, Australian Country, Marie Claire, Central West Lifestyle, Australian Woodsmith, Gardening Australia, Organic Gardener, Taste, Choice Computer, Choice and International Traveller.

Upcoming events to keep in mind are:

Tuesday 25 September FOGL Meeting 6.45pm for 7pm start. Everyone is welcome.

Friday 28 September from 3pm Board games & Lego.