LIBRARY LINES for week beginning 26 November 2018

The Library is undergoing a refurbishment this week and I look forward to seeing everyone again on Tuesday 4 December at 10.30am.

The School year is coming to an end and Christmas is almost upon us. Christmas craft sessions will be held so look for the dates and times as places are limited.

The free movies are continuing in the Hub right up to Christmas. Please support these sessions to ensure that they continue in the New Year.

The latest nonfiction titles this week include Rocky road: the incredible true story of the fractured family behind the Darrell Lea chocolate empire by Robert Wainwright, Turmoil by Robyn Williams, Memoirs by Mike Willesee, Lonely Planet guides Barcelona, Rome, Mexico, Western USA, Paris, New York City, Europe’s best trips and Eastern USA.

There are some great new fiction titles this week and they include Murder 101 by Faye Kellerman, Transcription by Kate Atkinson, A spark of light by Jodi Picoult, Nine perfect strangers by Liane Moriarty, Table for eight by Tricia Stringer and The clockmaker’s daughter by Kate Morton.

The latest kids’ books include When I’m feeling angry by Trace Moroney, Revolting rhymes by Roald Dahl, Tiny Timmy: Soccer superstar by Tim Cahill, Mr Bambuckle’s remarkables fight back by Tim Harris, Zac power and the undercover files by H. I. Larry, Little rabbit waits for the moon by Beth Shoshan, Fire by Jackie French, Inside Mary Elizabeth’s house by Pamela Allen, The Gum family by Tania McCartney, A dog with nice ears by Lauren Child, the things I love about school by Trace Moroney, A particular cow by Mem Fox and Christmas in the castle.

There are some great new kids talking books available this week and they include Batter up! By Sheryl Clark, Diary of a wombat and other stories by Jackie French, The strange adventures of Isador Brown by Ursula Dubosarsky, Aristotle’s nostril by Morris Gleitzman, Belly flop by Morris Gleitzman, Two weeks with the Queen by Morris Gleitzman and The boy who climbed into the moon by David Almond.

Upcoming events to keep in mind are:

Tuesday 4 December 10am for a 10.30am start Free movie in the Cinema. A Christmas Story. Everyone is welcome to attend.

Friday 7 December from 3pm. Board games & Lego. Why not challenge a friend or two to a game?

Saturday 8 December 10-11am Christmas Craft. $5 per child. Bookings and payment required. Limited places

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