LIBRARY LINES for week beginning 9 September 2019

Rocketman is our next movie on Saturday 21 September at 8pm. Book your seat and warm up your vocal cords. FOGL will be hosting the candy bar.

School holidays will kick off with the movie Aladdin on Wednesday 2 October at 10.15am. Book your free seat/s. FOGL will be hosting the candy bar.

For craft we will be building cars and planes. There are multiple sessions for kids aged 5 and over. These are free but there are a limited number of places, so bookings are required.

A few new magazine titles received this week and they include Small farms, Australian Women’s Weekly Food, Marie Claire, Australian Geographic, Double helix and NSW Fishing & boating.

Some great new fiction titles are available for loan this week and they include Humans, bow down by James Patterson, The fifth doctrine by Karen Robards, The postmistress by Alison Stuart, Maybe this time by Jill Mansell, The homestead on the river by Rosie Mackenzie, State of fear by Tim Ayliffe, Good girl, bad girl by Michael Robotham, Messy, wonderful us by Catherine Isaac, Short range by Stephen Leather and Under currents by Nora Roberts.

Lots of new kids titles this week and they include The good thieves by Katherine Rundell, Mob mash by Zack Zombie, Serious moon light by Jenn Bennett, My name is NOT Peaselolossom by Jackie French, There’s something about sweetie by Sandhya Menon, Liars: the truth app; The set-up; Lockdown; No survivors by Jack Heath, Skulduggery Pleasant: bedlam by Derek Landy, Land of fences by Mark Smith, Dreamers by Ezekiel Kwaymullina, Big Nate: the crowd goes wild by Lincoln Peirce, Where’s Wally? The wonder book; Where’s Wally? In Hollywood; Where’s Wally? by Martin Handford,  Fashionista by Maxine Benega Clarke, Two sides by Polly Ho-Yun, Land of the echidna people by Percy Trezise, The song of spring by Hendrik Jonas, Secret agent elephant by Eoin McLaughlin, Meerkat splash by Aura Parker, How to build the perfect cubby house by Kenzie, Super gifted by Gordon Korman and You won’t believe this by Adam Baron.

Some amazing new nonfiction titles are now ready for loan and they include Rest assured: a legal guide to wills, estates, planning ahead & funerals in NSW by Rosemary Long, Now, where was I? by Glenn Shorrock, Never grow up by Jackie Chan, Rolling with the punchlines by Urzila Carlson, What is masculinity? Wy does it matter? And other big questions by Jeffrey Brookye and All the Prime Ministers of Australia by Peter Turner.

The next round of DVD titles are now available, and they are Pokémon Detective Pikachu, The Kimberley cruise, The Indian Pacific, The hustle, Shadowhunters season 3 part A, The miniaturist, The sun is also a star, Wayne’s World 1&2, Mystery Road, The poison rose, The naked gun 1, 21/2 & 331/3, Agatha Raisin series 2, Agatha Raisin The quiche of death, Killing Eve season 1 & 2.

New large print titles are now available, and they include Sherlock Holmes: the four-handed game by Paul D. Gilbert, Betty Blake. Childhood sleuth by N. M. Scott, Goldilocks wedding by Carol MacLean, Country doctor by Phyllis Mallett, A most delightful Christmas by Fenella J. Miller by Second chance with the playboy by Charlotte McFall, Doctor’s legacy by Phyllis Mallett and A little bit of Christmas magic by Kirsty Ferry.

Upcoming events to keep in mind are:

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

            Tuesday 24 Sep FOGL Meeting 6.45pm for a 7pm start. Everyone is welcome.

            Wednesday 2 Oct Movie – Aladdin. Free Doors open 10am for a 10.15am start.

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