LIBRARY LINES for week beginning 29 July 2019

Upcoming movie will be a Saturday family session showing Dumbo. Seat bookings can be made via the library. FOGL will be hosting the candy bar for all your needs.

Adding to the recent addition of Find my past, everyone now has access via the library computers to Ancestry. Both of these are free from the library computers only.

A number of new magazine titles are available for loan and they are Country style, Double helix, Taste, Quilters companion, Australian home beautiful, Gardening Australia, Instyle, Australian Woodsmith, Real living and Australian house & garden.

A number of new talking books are available, and titles include Dead right by Peter Robinson, Trails in the dust by Joy Dettman, Blood orange by Harriet Tyce, Murder with puffins by Donna Andrews, The last second by Catherine Coulter, One good deed by David Baldacci and The sparkle pages by Meg Bignell.

Some great new DVD titles are available for loan this week and they include Little women, Sometime always never, Boonie Bears: the big shrink, Agatha Raisin series one, Fighting with my family, Wonder park, Shazam! And The big bad fox and other tales.

Lots of new kids titles this week and they include Toy Story 4: the movie novel, The other Christy; Thai-no mite! by Oliver Phommavanh, The nothing to see here hotel & The nothing to see here hotel: you ain’t seen nothing yeti! By Steven Butler, The poppa platoon: operation dessert storm; Saving private rabbit and World War chew by Danny Katz, Fart monster and me: the birthday party and The class excursion by Tim Miller, Thomas & friends, There’s a big green frog in the toilet by Anh Do, Dinosaur dump by Tim Miller, Claris the chicest mouse in Paris: fashion show fiasco by Megan Hess, Stories for boys who dare to be different by Ben Brooks, Polly and Buster: the search for the silver witch and The mystery of the magic stones by Sally Rippin, That’s not my train, One thousand hills by James Roy, Dog tales by Emily Rodda, Elizabella and the great tuckshop takeover by Zoe Norton Lodge, Hot dog 6: movie time by Anh Do, Detective Pikachu: story of the movie, Sherlock bones and the natural history mystery by Renee Treml, Methane mayhem by Pixel Kid, Girlboygirl: how I became JT Leroy by Savannah Knoop, The cruel prince by Holly Black and Alex Rider: eagle strike and Scorpia rising by Anthony Horowitz.

A number of new nonfiction titles are now available, and they include Around the world in 80 novels by Henry Russell, Delicious gluten-free food, Detox diet, Express fast, fresh & on the table in under 40 minutes, The complete beginner’s guide to knitting, Giant by Don Graham, The boy who followed his father into Auschwitz by Jeremy Dronfield, Small fry by Lisa Brennan-Jobs, The healthy slow cooker by Ross Dobson, The magnolia story by Chip and Joanna Gaines, Made in Scotland by Billy Connolly, Operation babylift by Ian W. Shaw, A mother’s promise by Lee Barnett, The best of just four ingredients, Preserves and jams, Stan McCabe: the man and his cricket by Jack McHarg, Building a home in space by James Bow, Chasing comets, asteroids, and mysterious space objects by Nancy Dickmann, Journeys to outer space by Megan Kopp and Space tech by Max Wainwright.

Upcoming events to keep in mind are:

            Wednesday 7 Preschool Storytime 10.30am

            Friday 9 Preschool Storytime 10.30am

            Saturday 10 Movie: Dumbo. Doors will open at 3.45pm and movie will start at 4pm. Seat booking is preferred. FOGL will be hosting the candy bar.

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