Its school holiday time again. This Friday we have the first movie for the month. Bring your bean bag or cushion and join us in watching Babe. Then on Saturday night we have the family movie Young Einstein. FOGL will be running the Candy Bar.
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 Stews, casseroles and curries and In Season by The Australian Women’s Weekly, The gardener’s year, Holding up the sky by Sandy Blackburn-Wright, Ben Hall’s last days by John Donohoe, Madame Bovary by Gustave Haubert, A tale of two cities and Great Expectations by Charles Dickens, Far from the madding crowd by Thomas Hardy, 12 rules for life by Jordan B. Peterson, Raising boys in the 21st century by Steve Biddulph, The subtle art of not giving a f*ck by Mark Manson and Gold rushes.
Some great holiday reading for the kids’ this week and they include Tom Gates is absolutely fantastic by L. Pichon, The Bad guys episode 7 by Aaron Blabey, George Parker goes global by David Metzenthen, White night by Ellie Marney, Leah on the off beat by Becky Albertalli, The midnight gang by David Walliams, Alex Rider: snakehead by Anthony Horowitz, Goodnight, sleep tight by Mem Fox, This & that by Mem Fox, Frozen by Melissa De La Cruz, Tom Weekly: my life and other stuff went wrong by Tristan Bancks, Billie B Brown : the birthday mix-up and The spotty holiday by Sally Rippin, Chook Doolan : on the road by James Roy, History mysteries: Diamond Jack by Mark Greenwood, Fantastic Mr Fox by Roald Dahl, Birthday boy by David Baddiel, Girl online: on tour by Zoe Sugg, Ella Diaries: pony school showdown and Alice-Miranda to the rescue by Jacqueline Harvey.
The most recent magazine titles that are ready for loan include Real Living, Grass Roots and R. M. Williams Outback.
There are some great new DVD titles this week. They include French kiss, Witness, The Inspector Alleyn Mysteries complete first series, The Jerk, Turner Classic films including Dames, Gold diggers of 1937, Footlight parade and 42nd Street, Britain’s best drives, David Attenborough’s rise of animals, David Attenborough life on air, Red in the centre: looking for the h chord, Through a crooked lens and The nomads at large.
Upcoming events to keep in mind are:
- 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.
- Thursday 11 October 11am – 12 noon. Origami. For children aged 5 years and over.
- Saturday 13 October 6.45pm for a 7pm start in the Cinema. No charge. A maximum of 60 people. Bring your bean bag or cushion and come watch Young Einstein. FOGL will be running the Candy Bar.