LIBRARY LINES for week beginning 19 August 2019

Congratulations to all of the Book Week winners. The shortlisted books are available on display in the library until Saturday 24 August. To celebrate Book Week today (Wed 21) we are hosting an extra Storytime session at 10.30am.

For all the family historians or wannabe’s Friday 30 August I will be hosting a session on the resources available at the library at 10.30am. This is an information session only.

A number of new magazine titles are available for loan and they are Organic Gardener, Country style, Choice, Instyle, Good health and Australian home beautiful.

Some great new fiction titles are available for loan this week and they include The silence of the girls by Pat Barker, Love, Charleston by Beth Webb Hart, Hunting evil by Chris Carter, The last widow by Karin Slaughter, Unsolved by James Patterson, Love and other battles by Tess Woods, The transatlantic book club by Felicity Hayes-McCoy, Big sky by Kate Atkinson, The subjects by Sarah Hopkins and A shadow intelligence by Oliver Harris.

Lots of new kids titles this week and they include Peppa Pig recycling fun!; Daddy Pig’s old chair, Maisy goes to hospital by Lucy Cousins, Suzy Orbit, Astronaut by Ruth Quayle, Monty + Sylvester: a tale of everyday astronauts by Carly Gledhill, Where’s Mr Astronaut?, Attack of the giant robot zombie mermaid by Matt Cosgrove, The parent agency by David Baddiel, Olive of groves and the great slurp of time; Lottie Perkins: ballerina; Lottie Perkins: pop singer; Olive of groves by Katrina Nannestad, Squishy Taylor and a question of trust by Ailsa Wild, Billie B Brown: the night fright and The missing tooth by Sally Rippin, Baby touch peekaboo, There’s an alien in your book by Tom Fletcher, The same but different too by Karl Newson, One runaway rabbit by David Metzenthen and The boy in the big blue glasses by Susanne Gervay.

The latest large print titles are now on the shelf and include Where we found home by Susan Mallery, Leverage in death by JD Robb, The Paris diversion by Chris Pavone, The most fun we have ever had by Claire Lombardo, The shameless by Ace Atkins, Window on the bay by Debbie Macomber, Knife by Jo Nesbo, Retribution by Richard Anderson and The oracle by Clive Cussler.

A number of new nonfiction titles are now available, and they include Food for babies & toddlers, Making space, clutter free by Tracy McCubbin, The natural home by Hans Blomquist, The unofficial guide to Olympic events, The unofficial guide to Olympic champions, Hitler’s last plot by Ian Sayer, Your family history archives by Shauna Hicks, Where do I start? By Shaun Hicks, The genealogy do-over workbook by Thomas MacEntee, Pitfalls in family history by Graham Jaunay, Finding Florence, Maude, Matilda, Rose: researching and writing women into family history by Noeline Kyle, 500 best genealogy & family history tips by Thomas MacEntee, Citing historical sources by Noeline Kyle, Guide to Baptist historical resources in Australia by David Parker and Insights into the New South Wales births, deaths and marriages index by Joy & Allan Murrin.

Upcoming events to keep in mind are:

            Wednesday 21 Preschool Storytime 10.30am Book week session

            Tuesday 27 FOGL Monthly meeting 6.45pm for a 7pm start

Friday 30 Family history information session 10.30am

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