LIBRARY LINES for week beginning 26 August 2019

The next movie will be on Saturday 21 September at 8pm. Book your seat and warm up your vocal cords and join us for Rocketman.

Planning for the school holiday fun this October is well underway and will be announced in the next couple of weeks.

Don’t forget that this Friday I will be hosting a session on the family history resources available at the library at 10.30am. This is an information session only.

Reminder that you will find more information about events, resources and photos on our website and Facebook page.

Spring is on the way and the latest magazine issues are celebrating. Titles received this week include Diabetic living, Horsewyse, Science illustrated, Taste, Good health, Regional lifestyle (formerly Central West lifestyle), Better homes and gardens, Australian house & garden, Gardening Australia and Real living.

Some great new fiction titles are available for loan this week and they include Something to live for by Richard Roper, The birthday party by Roisin Meaney, A good enough mother by Bev Thomas, The tenth muse by Catherine Chung, Shadowplay by Joseph O’Connor, The falling sword by Ben Kane, Mercy river by Glen Erik Hamilton, Fall or, dodge in hell by Neal Stephenson, Silent scream and Say you’re sorry by Karen Rose, While you were reading by Ali Berg, The lost girls of Paris by Pam Jenoff, The beekeeper of Aleppo by Christy Lefteri and A book of bones by Joh  Connolly. 

Lots of new kids titles this week and they include There’s a tiger out there! By Sophie Masson, Duck duck moose by Lucinda Gifford, Ella by Nicole Godwin, Billie by Nicole Godwin, Busy tractor, Squishy Taylor in zero gravity and Squishy Taylor versus the Mayor by Ailsa Wild, Billie B Brown: the best project; Spooky house by Sally Rippin,  Lottie Perkins: fashion designer by Katrina Nannestad, Come and play: five little ducks; Words; Shapes; Colours; Let’s play dinosaurs! and Animals by Play School, Peppa Pig: tiny creatures, Snow man and the seven ninjas by Matt Cosgrove, Big Nate: the boy with the biggest head in the world; Welcome to my world and Thunka, thunka, thunka by Lincoln Peirce, Olive of Groves and the right royal romp by Katrina Nannestad, Hay Jack: the crazy cousins by Sally Rippin, How to be on the moon by Viviane Schwarz and Chook Doolan: the tiny guitar by James Roy.

The latest DVD releases have arrived and are ready for loan and they include Once upon a time in the west, Grimm season 6, Rake series 5, The wedding guest, The extraordinary journey of the Fakir, Top end wedding, The chaperone, Poms, Avengers: endgame and Game of thrones seasons 1 – 7.

A few new talking book titles are now available, and they are Death of a ghost by MC Beaton, Aftermath by Peter Robinson and Under the midnight sky by Anna Romer.

Upcoming events to keep in mind are:

            Friday 30 Family history information session 10.30am

            Wednesday 4 Sep Storytime 10.30am

            Friday 6 Sep Storytime 10.30am

            Saturday 21 Sep Movie – Rocketman. Free. Doors open 7.45pm for an 8pm start.

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