LIBRARY LINES for week beginning 22 October 2018

For one day only, the second-hand book sale is going half price. So, to grab your bargain or two bring your cash into the Library tomorrow Thursday 25 October and support your library. Reminder that all funds raised are spent directly on new stock for the library.

The annual magazine survey has been released. It is available in hard copy from the Library and this year via our Facebook page.

The latest nonfiction titles this week include Limericks down under by Alan Benjamin, Red in the centre : looking for the H chord, Through a crooked lens, The nomads at large, The Australian bush through urban eyes and Struberville: consequences of isolation by Monte Dwyer, Lonely Planet’s best of Canada, Crafty kids by Jane Bull, Guinness World Records 2019 and What does a farmer look like? By Kim Storey.

There are some great new DVD titles available for loan this week and they include Sherlock Holmes, The Notebook, A knight’s tale, Gorky Park, The boy in the striped pyjamas, Cinderella man, Rounders, Falling in love again, Die hard 4.0 and Duplicity.

The most recent magazine titles that are ready for loan include Australian House & Garden, 4×4 Australia, NSW Fishing & Boating, Real Living, Organic gardener and Double Helix.

There are some great new fiction titles this week. They include Believe me by JP Delaney, When elephants fight by Majok Tulba, When life gives you lululemons by Lauren Weisberger, The escape room by Megan Goldin, A month of Sundays by Liz Byrski, Burning fields by Alli Sinclair, True blue by Sasha Wasley, Between you and me by Lisa Hall, The Moscow deception by Karen Robards and The other wife by Michael Robotham.

The latest kids’ books include Alice-Miranda in the alps by Jacqueline Harvey, Dreams come true by Meredith Costain, The build-up season by Megan Jacobson, Tom Gates in top of the class by L. Pichon, The copycat kid by Sally Rippin, Nevermoor: the trials of Morrigan Crow by Jessica Townsend, Chook Doolan up and away by James Roy, James and the giant peach by Roald Dahl, The 104-storey treehouse by Andy Griffiths, Magnus Chase and the hammer of Thor by Rick Riordan and Zac Power and the fear files by H. I. Larry.

Upcoming events to keep in mind are:

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

Thursday 25 October for one day only the second-hand book sale is half price. Cash only.

Friday 26 October from 3pm Board games and Lego. Bring your friends and challenge them to a game or two.

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