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 Tea for two by Trish Perry, If you could go anywhere by Paige Toon, The flat share by Beth O’Leary, The land girls by Victoria Purman, The book of dreams by Nina George, Out of sight by James Patterson, Under the midnight sky by Anna Romer, City girl and Every little thing about you by Lori Wick, Run away by Harlan Coben, Redemption by David Baldacci, A universe of sufficient size by Miriam Sved, The ink stain by Meg and Tom Keneally, The sisters’ song by Louise Allan and Anne Boleyn: a king’s obsession by Alison Weir.
A couple of new magazine titles are available for loan and they are Real living, Traces and Better homes & gardens.
A number of new talking book titles including Playaways are available and titles include Bone hollow by Kim Ventrella, Benjamin Pratt & the Keepers school: fear itself by Andrew Clements, The odd angry shot by William Nagle, The path made clear by Oprah Winfrey and Death of a poison pen by MC Beaton.
Some great new DVD titles are available for loan this week and they include Mighty Ducks pack, Brother bear 2, The hidden soldier, The incredible hulk, Outlander season 4, Herbie fully loaded, Herbie goes bananas, The Muppet show volumes 1, 2 & 3, Jake & the Never Land Pirates: battle for the book; Jack vs Hook, PJ Masks: Save the summer, Great Continental Railway journeys series 4 and 5 & 6 and Nancy Drew and the hidden staircase.
A large number of new kids titles this week and they include No baths week by Katrina McKelvey, Bedtime stories about really useful engines, Lullabies for bed time, Wilam: a Birrarung story by Aunty Joy Murphy, Miss Franklin: How Miles Franklin’s brilliant career began by Libby Hathorn, Thanks, Mum! By Matt Cosgrove, The treasure seekers by Thea Stilton, Sophie Johnson: detective genius by Morag Hood, Muck & magic by Michael Morpurgo, Hopping weird! By Anh Do, Frankie Fish and the sister shemozzle by Peter Helliar, Diary of an awesome friendly kid: Rowley Jefferson’s journal by Jeff Kinney, Dream riders: Frankie by Laura Bloom, Moon rising by Tui T Sutherland and Let sleeping dragons lie by Garth Nix.
A number of new nonfiction titles are now available, and they include The Aussie BBQ by Oscar Smith, Rod Marsh, D-Day New Guinea by Phillip Bradley, Diary of a crap housewife by Jessica Rowe, The Squatters by Barry Stone, Women to the front by Heather Sheard, Murder on Easey Street by Helen Thomas, Southern justice by Colin McLaren and The Australian students’ guide to writing and grammar by Claire Duffy.
Lots of new large print titles are now available and titles include The forests by Emily Perkins, True blue by Sasha Wasley, An American marriage by Tayari Jones, The invited by Jennifer McMahon, The new girl by Ingrid Alexandra, A perfect marriage by Alison Booth, The lost traveller by Sheila Connolly, The dry by Jane Harper, Crash & burn by Lisa Gardner, Between you & me by Mary Norris and Best foot forward by Adam Hills.
Upcoming events to keep in mind are:
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.