LIBRARY LINES for week beginning 5 November 2018

Back in April we were awarded a grant to upgrade our shelving, furniture and a few other pieces. After lots of deliberation the order has been placed and the dates locked in for everything to be delivered and installed. For this to happen the Library will be closed for a week. Absolutely no items will be due for return the week of the closure but the after hours return chute will be open for those wanting to return items. So please ensure that you have all of your reading, listening and viewing materials stocked up on by library closure at midday on Saturday 24 November and be prepared for a fresh new look when we reopen at 10.30am on Tuesday 4 December. Don’t forget that BorrowBox is available 24/7 and is free as part of your membership. Come and see me before the closure if you need help in getting access.

The latest nonfiction titles this week include 100 paper planes to fold & fly, Yates garden guide, You’re a star: a child’s guide to self-esteem by Poppy O’Neill, Vikings, Don’t stop believin’ by Olivia Newton-John, Journeys to the other side of the world by David Attenborough, A game to be played: the Great War and Australian football in Sydney by Paul MacPherson, UAC guide 2018-19, 100 facts on birds, 100 facts on mammals, Wings, stings and wriggly things by Martin Jenkins and Jamie cooks Italy by Jamie Oliver.

There are some great new Large Print titles available for loan this week and they include Only true in fairy tales by Christine Stovell, Love will find a way by Miranda Barnes, Finding their way by Angela Britnell, The last gun by Peter Wilson, Flame and thunder by Ben Bridges and In his father’s footsteps by Danielle Steel.

There are some great new fiction titles this week and they include Scrublands by Chris Hammer, A necessary murder by M.J. Tjia, baby teeth by Zoje Stage, The workhouse girl by Dilly Court, The Concubine’s child by Carol Jones, The right place by Carla Caruso, Dinner with the dissidents by John Tesarsch, The rules of seeing by Joe Heap, Murder mile by Lynda La Plante and Pieces of her by Karin Slaughter.

The latest kids’ books include But first, we nap by David Miles, The night dragon by Naomi Howarth, The crocodile and the dentist by Taro Gomi, Disney Panes Fire & Rescue, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Pig the grub by Aaron Blabey, When I’m feeling happy, When I’m feeling lonely and When I’m feeling kind by Trace Moroney, Sofia the first: the fun bunny, A royal sleepover, Fine friends, Play and chase and Win the ribbon, Hey Jack: Jack’s super stories by Sally Rippin, Squishy Taylor and the vase that wasn’t by Ailsa Wild, Zac Power and the city files and Test drive by H. I. Larry, Ant-Man and the wasp adventures, The trials of Apollo: the dark prophecy by Rick Riordan and Timmy Failure: the cat stole my pants by Stephan Pastis.

Upcoming events to keep in mind are:

Saturday 10 November the Second-hand book sale is half price for one day only. 9.30 – 12. Cash only.

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.

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