The 50th anniversary of the 1969 Moon landing is coming up this July and to celebrate the Library is running a colouring in competition. Entries are open to all ages. Entry forms can be collected and returned to the Library by 5pm Thursday 11 July. Great prizes are up for grab.
Some great new fiction titles are now available. Titles include Camino Island; The runaway jury by John Grisham, Katherine of Aragon: the true Queen by Alison Weir and Sixty summers by Amanda Hampson.
A couple of new magazine titles are available for loan and they are Gardening Australia and Australian house & garden.
A number of new talking book titles including Playaways are available and titles include A perfect marriage by Alison Booth, Run away by Haran Coben, Thursday’s child by Sonya Hartnett, The song of an innocent bystander by Ian Bone, Shadow of the wolf by Tim Hall, Forget-me-not by Emma Blair, Fields of gold by Fiona McIntosh, Heartstones by Ruth Rendell, The lavender keeper by Fiona McIntosh, Death of an addict by MC Beaton, The Westerby sisters by MC Beaton, Finding happiness by Emma Blair, Hell ship by Michael Veitch, Goosebumps: night of the living dummy by RL Stine and Benjamin Pratt & the keepers school: we the children by Andrew Clements.
Some great new DVD titles are available for loan this week and they include The Amish: a people of preservation, Colette, Welcome to Marwen, The mule, The front runner, A private war, Wall E, Space buddies, Toy story 3, Victoria series 3, Ben is back, The vanishing, The note, They shall not grow old and Snow white.
A few new kids titles this week and they include The sun is also a star by Nicola Yoon, Five feet apart by Rachael Lippincott, Killswitch by Michael Adams, Mummies are lovely by Meredith Costain, Oh, so many kisses! By Maura Finn, My mum’s special secret by Sally Morgan, The very hungry caterpillar’s birthday party by Eric Carle, The very sleepy bear by Nick Bland, The adventures of catvinkle by Elliot Perlman, Happy birthday wombat by Jackie French, Wrestle! By Charlotte Mars, Sophie Johnson detective genius by Morag Hood, Tooth fairy in training by Michelle Robinson, Now that’s a hat! By Heath McKenzie and The wrong book by Nick Bland.
A number of new nonfiction titles are now available, and they include The cook’s apprentice by Stephanie Alexander, Really cross stitch, Vital science by Dr Karl Kruszelnicki, Small garden design by Paul Bangay and Young dark emu: a truer history by Bruce Pascoe.
Upcoming events to keep in mind are:
Wednesday 26 FOGL monthly meeting. 1.45pm for a 2pm start. Everyone is welcome.
Wednesday 10 Movie – Lego Movie 2. 10am for a 10.15am start. Free entry. Booking of seats is preferred. FOGL will be running a candy bar. No hot food or alcohol allowed. Bring your own bean bag or cushion for comfort. Chairs are provided.
Saturday 13 Movie – Green Book. 7.45pm for an 8pm start. Free entry. Booking of seats is preferred. FOGL will be running a candy bar. No hot food or alcohol allowed. Bring your own bean bag or cushion for comfort. Chairs are provided.
Wednesday 17 Movie – Five Feet Apart. 1.45pm for a 2pm start. Free entry. Booking of seats is preferred. FOGL will be running a candy bar. No hot food or alcohol allowed. Bring your own bean bag or cushion for comfort. Chairs are provided.