LIBRARY LINES for week beginning 15 October 2018

The final movie of the month is this Tuesday 23 October at 2.30pm. So, join us for Seven Brides for Seven brothers. FOGL will be running the Candy Bar.

The latest nonfiction titles this week include Lonely Planet’s best of France, Lonely Planet’s best of Vietnam, Lonely Planet’s best of Great Britain, The last battle by Peter Hart, Low carb clean eating, MI5 and me by Charlotte Bingham, Bruce Lee a life by Matthew Polly, The prisoner by Kerry Tucker, The boy crisis by Warren Farrell, Monash the soldier who shaped Australia by Grantlee Kieza, The busy mum’s guide to weight loss by Rhian Allen, Seniors guide to consumer rights in NSW by NSW Fair Trading, Just a piece of paper? Making your AVO work for you by the Southern Women’s Group and Waiting for Elijah by Kate Wild.

There are some great new DVD titles available for loan this week and they include Storks, The jungle bunch, The greatest showman, Independence day: resurgence, Tangled, Game night, Early man, Duck duck goose, Peter rabbit and Avengers: Age of Ultron.

The most recent magazine titles that are ready for loan include Home beautiful, Taste and Diabetic living.

There are some great new fiction titles this week. They include A risk worth taking by Brynn Kelly, Cross her heart by Sarah Pinborough, Year one by Nora Roberts, The jade lily by Kirsty Manning, The outsider by Stephen King, The shepherd’s hut by Tim Winton, The peacock summer by Hannah Richell, The designs of Lord Randolph Cavanaugh by Stephanie Laurens, The cast by Danielle Steel, The egg collector by Monte Dwyer, The art of friendship by Lisa Ireland, The lost flowers of Alice Hart by Holly Ringland, The falcon of sparta by Conn Iggulden,  The Paris seamstress by Natasha Lester, Moment of truth by Mandy Magro, The last of the Bonegilla girls by Victoria Purman and The lace weaver by Lauren Chater.

The latest kids books include A dog has puppies, Tom Weekly my life and other stuff I made up and my life and other massive mistakes by Tristan Bancks, Un-happy camper by James Roy, The bad butterfly by Sally Rippin, Tom Gates everything’s amazing by L. Pichon, A court of frost and starlight by Sara J Maas, Double dare you by Meredith Costah, Alice-Miranda at camp by Jacqueline Harvey and History mysteries: the lost explorer by Mark Greenwood.

Upcoming events to keep in mind are:

Tuesday 23 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 Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. FOGL will be running the Candy Bar.

Tuesday 23 October 6.45pm for a 7pm start in the Library. FOGL October meeting. Everyone is welcome to join.

Wednesday 24 October 10.30am. Preschool storytime for 3 to 5 year old’s. Siblings welcome.

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