LIBRARY LINES for week beginning 18 March 2019

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 second-hand book sale is currently on during library hours until Saturday 13 April. Catch a bargain while it is available.

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.

Lots of new DVD titles to choose from and they include Peaky Blinders season four, Great Continental railway journeys series 1, Joanna Lumley’s Silk Road adventure, Joanna Lumley’s Japan, David Attenborough’s Tasmania, SX presents guitar power, Johnny English strikes again, About a boy, Extraordinary measures, Indecent proposal, The humanity bureau, Ready player one, Death wish, Iron man and Thor.

A number of new talking book titles available this week and they include An anonymous girl by Greer Hendricks, Territory by Judy Nunn, A thin dark line by Tami Hoag, At the birth of Bowie by Phil Lancaster, ‘Kill the black one first: a memoir by Michael Fuller, The suspect by Cara Hunter, A picture of murder by T E Kinsey, Between here and gone by Barbara Ferer, A life of her own by Fiona McCallum and O’Hurley born by Nora Roberts.

The latest kids’ books this week include The Royal Ranger: Duel at Araluen by John Flanagan, The Peski kids: bear in the woods by RA Spratt, Ranger’s apprentice the early years: the battle of hackham heath by John Flanagan, Squishy Taylor and the silver suitcase by Ailsa Wild, The mulberry tree by Allison Rushby, The zodiac legacy: Convergence by Stan Lee, The adventures of lowly worm by Richard Scarry, A stack of alpacas by Matt Cosgrove, Fiz the flying fox by Skye Parry-Jones, Grizzly Bear rock by Lesley Sims, Playtime with rainbow fish and Felix the fire engine.

A number of new large print titles are available, and they include The cotton lass and other stories by Anna Jacobs, Kitty McKenzie and Kitty McKenzie’s land by Annemarie Brear, The shepherd’s hut by Tim Winton, The cage by Lloyd Jones, The restorer by Michael Sala, Some tests by Wayne Macauley, The cry by Helen Fitzgerald, The wedding guest by Jonathan Kellerman and The hiding place by CJ Tudor.

A few new nonfiction titles are available, and they include The PM years by Kevin Rudd, Artists in conversation by Janet Hawley, Gentlemen and sledgers by Rob Smyth, Australia’s sweetheart by Michael Adams, Say hello by Carly Findley and Some sunny day by Dame Vera Lynn.

A number of new magazine titles this week and they include Australian home beautiful, Australian Country, National Geographic kids, Australian Woodsmith, Tech life and Instyle.

Upcoming events to keep in mind are:

Monday 25 March 10-12 Introduction to Android Tablets. Held in the Internet Centre. Bookings required.

Tuesday 26 March 6.45pm for a 7pm start. Friends of Grenfell Library monthly meeting.

Monday 1 April 10-12 Introduction to smartphones. Held in the Internet Centre. Bookings required.

Monday 8 April 10-12 Introduction to online shopping part 1. Held in the Internet Centre. Bookings required.

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