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 Lonely Planet’s best of Japan, New Zealand and Thailand, Taking charge of diabetes, Low carb dinners, Flagship by Mike Carlton, Roman Britain, Historical heroines by Michelle Rosenberg, Letting go by Christine Fonseca and iPad made easy by Roger Laing.
There are some great new Large Print titles available for loan this week and they include Wichita town tamer by Dale Graham, To ride the savage hills by Neil Hunter, The ghost of Glendale by Natalie Kleinman, Lakeland interlude by Jean M. Long, Love on track by Jill Barry, I’ll always be there by Susan Udy, A question of thyme by Jan Jones, Across the divide by Neil Hunter and Constarry crossing by A. Dorman Leishman.
The most recent magazine titles that are ready for loan include the Australian Woodsmith, Handmade quick Christmas craft, Handmade Christmas crafts, Handmade, Better homes and gardens, Instyle and Choice.
There are some great new fiction titles this week and they include Origin by Dan Brown, On the bright side: the new secret diary of Hendrik Groen, Artemis by Andy Weir, The Coves by David Whish-Wilson, The pearler’s wife by Roxane Dhand, every note played by Lisa Genova, Her pretty face by Robyn Harding, That girl by Kate Kerrigan, The house across the street by Lesley Pearse, The ones you trust by Caroline Overington, Whitsunday dawn by Annie Seaton and Sisters and brothers by Fiona Palmer.
The latest kids’ books include Disney Planes, Baby days by Ian Bone, You are my I love you by Maryann K. Cusimano, Share! By Anthea Simmons, Braking Brewster, Can’t catch Koko, Clunky Wilson, wake up Wilson!, Dog man: lord of the fleas by Dav Pilkey, Tintinnabula by Margo Lanagan, Thomas and his friend’s collection, Dead endia: the watcher’s test by Hamish Steele, Splashy weird! By Anh Do, Funny kid: stand up by Matt Stanton, Clementine Rose: collection three by Jacqueline Harvey, Zac Power: the rock star files and The volcano files by H. I. Larry, Squishy Taylor and the bonus sisters by Ailsa Wild, Jack’s awesome stories by Sally Rippin and Sofia the First: Cedric gets help.
Upcoming events to keep in mind are:
Tuesday 6 November 10 am for a 10.30am start. Movie in the cinema. Come and join us for the showing of Singin in the rain. Friends of Grenfell Library will be running the Candy Bar. The movie is free for everyone.
Saturday 10 November 6.45pm for a 7pm start. Movie in the cinema. Come and join us for the showing of The Truman Show. Friends of Grenfell Library will be running the Candy Bar. The movie is free for everyone.