LIBRARY LINES for week beginning 4 March 2019

A huge thank you goes out the to Grenfell Garden Club and Chris Lobb for the lovely donation of two new plants for the Library. They look fantastic.

If you know of anyone aged 65 and over who would like to learn how to use a computer, online banking, online shopping, sharing photos, etc please let them know that we are running free classes. Bookings are required but they are free.

The movies for March has been changed to Bohemian Rhapsody for this Saturday 9 March and Tully on Tuesday 12 March. For Bohemian Rhapsody please ensure that you book your seats via the Library as we are limited to 60 people.

The Library upgraded the computers last year and have two of the previous desktops available for purchase. They include hard drive, monitor and Windows 10. If you are interested in purchasing one please speak to Josh in the Internet Centre.

Aqua Life Explorers will be held on Monday 15 April for kids aged 3 to 6 years old. Kids will be $5 each and adults $2 each. Bookings via the Library as space is limited.

Just a few new fiction titles available this week and they include The survivors by Kate Furnivall, The signature of all things by Elizabeth Gilbert and The talisman by Lynda La Plante.

The latest kids’ books this week include Carnage by Michael Adams, Everything, every thing by Nicola Yoon, As you wish by Chelsea Sedoti, Alex Rider: crocodile tears and Scorpia by Anthony Horowitz, Tom Gates: what monster? By Liz Pichon, Kensey & Max: disappearing act by Jacqueline Harvey, The land of stories : the wishing spell by Chris Colfer, The witching hours: the genie rings by Jack Henseleit, Dog man: brawl of the wild by Dav Pilkey, Muddy paws by Moira Butterfield, Alison Lester’s abc, The hate u give by Angie Thomas, Miss Peregrine’s peculiar children: hollow city by Ransom Riggs, A court of thorn and roses by Sarah J Maas, Red queen by Victoria Aveyard, Monster by Michael Grant, Delirium by Lauren Oliver, Lady Midnight by Cassandra Clare and Wayfarer by Alexandra Bracken.

A few new nonfiction titles are available, and they include I quit sugar for life by Sarah Wilson, Make money simple again by Bryce Holdaway, Race across the world by John Smailes and Gangland: the great escapes by James Morton.

Only a handful of new magazine titles this week. They include Australian Geographic, NSW Fishing & Boating, Real living and Marie Claire.

Upcoming events to keep in mind are:

Friday 8 March Friends of Grenfell Library (FOGL) street stall will be held outside IGA.

Saturday 9 March Movie – Bohemian Rhapsody. 7.45pm for an 8pm start. Seat bookings via the Library.

Monday 11 March Tech Savvy Seniors class – Introduction to online banking. Bookings required. Class held in the Internet Centre 10-12.

Tuesday 12 March Movie – Tully. 10am for a 10.15am start.