LIBRARY LINES for week beginning 22 April 2019

This week I am introducing to you the new microfilm reader in the family history room. This allows you to read the old Grenfell Record up to the end of 1992. The reader is now attached to a computer which allows you to save articles to a usb or print them without having to print or save the entire page.

The school holidays are continuing this week with a movie on Friday 26 April at 1.45pm for a 2pm start we are showing Mary Poppins Returns. To ensure a seat please book via the Library for the session. These are free and FOGL will be hosting the candy bar.

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.

Library & Information Week is coming up in May and we will be hosting National Simultaneous Storytime on Wednesday 22 and the Biggest Morning Tea on Thursday 23. So please support your library by attending or donating.

A number of new magazine titles are available for loan. They include Choice, Marie Claire, Diabetic Living, Country Style, Australian Home Beautiful, Tech Life, Taste, Double Helix, Instyle and Science Illustrated.

The latest kids’ books this week include Kensy and Max undercover by Jacqueline Harvey, Ninja kid 3: ninja switch! By Anh Do, The witching hours: the mermaid wreck by Jack Henseleit, Mr Bambuckle’s remarkables on the lookout by Tim Harris, The silver thief by Cosentino, Skulduggery Pleasant: kingdom of the wicked by Derek Landy, City of bones by Cassandra Clare, Wipeout by Michael Adams, The Doldrums and the Helmsley curse by Nicholas Gannon, There was an old lady who swallowed a mozzie by O. Crumble, Tales from the Gum Tree by May Gibbs, Melody Trumpet by Gabrielle Tozer, Black Panther: battle for Wakanda and Guardians of the Galaxy: gamora’s galactic showdown.

A few new large print titles are available, and they include The vigilance man by Fenton Sadler, Terror in tombstone by Paul Bedford, The novel art of murder by VM Burns, A wrench in the works by Kate Carlisle, Catch me if Yukon by Maddy Hunter and Money in the morgue by Ngaio Marsh.

A number of new nonfiction titles are available, and they include Bolder: making the most of our longer lives by Carl Honore, 12 ways your child can get the best out of school by Adrian Piccoli, The keto diet cookbook by Scott Gooding, Australia’s constitution, World food: Italy, Wild Malaysia, Bruce by Peter Ames Carlin, Treading water : my life in and out of the pool by Tracey Wickham, Opa! By Alexandra Voulgari and Angelina by Andrew Morton.

The latest fiction titles are now available, and they include Now we shall be entirely free by Andrew Miller, The mother-in-law by Sally Hepworth, The house of second chances by  Ester Campion, The boy by Tami Hoag, Small blessings by Emily Brewin, After the party by Cassie Hamer, Home fires by Fiona Lowe, The familiars by Stacey Halls, Bye bye baby by Fiona McIntosh and The winters by Lisa Gabriele.

Upcoming events to keep in mind are:

Thursday 25 April. The Library will be closed for ANZAC Day.

Friday 26 April 1.45pm for a 2pm start Movie: Mary Poppins Returns. FOGL will be running the candy bar. Seat bookings are preferred.

Wednesday 22 May 10.45am National Simultaneous Storytime.

Thursday 23 May 10.30am The Biggest Morning Tea.

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