LIBRARY LINES for week beginning 19 November 2018

Reminder that as of midday this Saturday 24 November the Library will be closed for renovations and reopening on Tuesday 4 December at 10.30am.

The latest nonfiction titles this week include Autumn in Venice by Andrea di Robilant, Don’t worry he won’t get far on foot by John Callahan, Kings & Queens, Dinosaur science, Seashore, Sharks, Dinosaurs, The children’s book of first aid skills, The river of life by Christine Convery and A letter from Paris by Louisa Deasey.

There latest magazine titles available for loan this week include Science Illustrated, Instyle, Home beautiful, Gardening Australia, Taste, 4×4 Australia, House & Garden and Better homes & gardens.

There are some great new fiction titles this week and they include Why mummy drinks by Gill Sims, Liar, liar; Juror no. 3 and Revenge by James Patterson, Walking shadows by Faye Kellerman, The tombs and Mirage by Clive Cussler and False impression by Jeffrey Archer.

The latest kids’ books include The wonderful journey by Paul Geraghty, Pinkalicious the pinkerrific playdate by Victoria Kann, The big sister by Sally Rippin, Ranger’s apprentice: the royal ranger by Rick Riordan, Friday Barnes: danger ahead by RA Spratt, Tom Weekly: my life and other failed experiments by Tristan Bancks, Thea Stilton and the Niagara splash by Geronimo Stilton, School daze by Zack Zombie, Ella diaries: I love pets, Sofia the first: a musical unicorn, Kiss it better by Smriti Prasadam-Halls, Busting by Aaron Blabey, Cuddle by Beth Shoshan, Snug as a hug by Marcia Vaughan, Australian animal verses by Colin Thiele, Australian nursery rhymes by Colin Thiele, My dog, Buddy by David Milgrim, I love you, sleepyhead by Claire Freedman, Laura’s star by Klaus Baumgart and Hansel and Gretel.

Some great new large print titles are available for loan and they include The boot hill breed by Ned Oaks, The badman’s daughter by Terry James, The Romanov ransom by Clive Cussler, Murder with lemon tea cakes by Karen Rose Smith, Every witch way by Kirsty Ferry, Maddie Mulligan by Valerie Holmes and Pawprints & predicaments by Bethany Blake.

Upcoming events to keep in mind are:

Wednesday 21 November 10.30am Preschool Storytime.

Saturday 24 November 6.45pm for a 7pm start. Bring a cushion or bean bag and join us for a free viewing of Planes, trains and automobiles. FOGL will have the Candy bar. Not hot food allowed.

Tuesday 27 November to Saturday 1 December the Library will be closed for renovations. No items will be due for return this week. Remember to restock up on all of your reading, listening and viewing materials by library closure at midday on Saturday 24 November. Don’t forget that BorrowBox is available 24/7 and is free as part of your membership.