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 start this weekend. The first week activities we have this Friday Board games & Lego from 3pm. Bring your friends and challenge them to a game or two. The following Friday we have the first movie for the month. Bring your bean bag or cushion and join us in watching Babe.
The latest nonfiction titles this week include Help your kids with times tables primary school, Rebel with a cause by Jacqui Lambie, Deadly Australian women by Kay Saunders, Staying by Jessie Cole, Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens, Serving our country, The history of World War II by Antony Evans, Essential glow, Rise up women! By Diane Atkinson, Pride & Prejudice, Persuasion, Northanger Abbey and Sense & Sensibility by Jane Austen, Moby-Dick by Herman Melville, The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas, Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte, The Forsyte Saga by John Galsworthy, Tess of the D’Urbervilles by Thomas Hardy, Bridge burning and other hobbies by Kitty Flanagan and Butterfly on a pin by Alannah Hill.
Some great new kids’ books are now ready for loan and they include Dark days and The Faceless ones by Derek Landy, White night by Ellie Marney, The love that I have by James Moloney, The curly cow by Joanne Le Maitre, Slugs and snails, Star and fish, Demon dentist and Mr Stink by David Walliams, Tom Gates in a tiny bit lucky, biscuits, bands and very big plans and Yes, no, maybe by L. Pichon
The most recent magazine titles that are ready for loan include Better homes and gardens and In Style.
There are some amazing new fiction titles this week and they include Queen of the north by Anne O’Brien, Shelter in place by Nora Roberts, Forever and a day by Anthony Horowitz, Gallery of the dead by Chris Carter, Jane Seymour the haunted queen by Alison Weir, Panic room by Robert Goddard, The Shanghai wife by Emma Harcourt, The greater good by Tim Ayliffe, Dead if you don’t by Peter James, Private Princess by James Patterson, Don’t believe it by Charlie Donlea, You, me, everything by Catherine Isaac, The party by Robyn Harding, Eleanor Oliphant is completely fine by Gail Honeyman and On Chesil beach by Ian McEwan.
Upcoming events to keep in mind are:
Friday 28 September from 3pm Board games & Lego.
Friday 5 October 2pm for a 2.30pm start in the Cinema. No charge. A maximum of 60 people. Bring your bean bag or cushion and come watch Babe. FOGL will be running the Candy Bar.