LIBRARY LINES for week beginning 16 September 2019

Movie night is this Saturday 21 September at 8pm. Book your seat and warm up your vocal cords for Rocketman. FOGL will be hosting the candy bar.

FOGL monthly meeting will be held on Tuesday 24 September at 6.45pm for a 7pm start. Everyone is welcome to attend.

Are you organised yet? The school holidays are about to kick off. Wednesday 2 October at 10am for a 10.15am start Aladdin will be showing in the cinema. Free of charge and FOGL will be hosting the candy bar for all of your needs.

Thursday 3 October at 11am we will be building cars and seeing how fast they can go. Limited places for kids aged 5 and over. Bookings required.

Check out our Facebook page or website for further activities and times.

A few new magazine titles received this week and they include Country style, On the road, National Geographic kids, Australian Home beautiful, Choice and Choice Computer.

Some great new fiction titles are available for loan this week and they include The burnt country by Joy Rhoades, Misconception by Rebecca Freeborn, The summer seaside kitchen by Jenny Colgan, Love song by Sasha Wasley, See you at the Toxeth by Peter Corris, The desert midwife by Fiona McArthur, Where the dead go by Sarah Bailey, The perfect wife by JP Delaney, Drowned lives by Stephen Booth, A grave for two by Anne Holt, The bad mothers’ book club by Keris Stainton, The inn by James Patterson, The roadhouse by Kerry McGinnis, Lost and found by Danielle Steel, My one and only by Kristan Higgins, The family upstairs by Lisa Jewell, Snake Island by Ben Hobson, Outfox by Sandra Brown and Sunset beach by Mary Kay Andrews.

Lots of new kids titles this week and they include Rules we’re meant to be broken by Natalie Williamson, Hold hands by Sara Varon, A dog’s tale by Michael Rosen, Leaf it to Dot by Randi Zuckerberg, Syd Hoff’s Danny and the dinosaur in the big city, The ugly little swan by James Riordan, The Berenstain Bears get the job done by Jan & Mike Berenstain, Not my fault by Cath Howe, Girl geeks: the hackathon and game on! by Alex Miles, The time travel diaries by Carline Lawrence, The world’s worst teachers by David Walliams, Zoe’s rescue zoo: the messy meerkat by Amelia Cobb, Stella the unstoppable and the school camp kerfuffle by Richard Newsome, The naughtiest pixie in disguise by Ailsa Wild, The race to hornswaggle rock by Ruth Quayle, The new kid: very popular me by James O’Loghlin, The seven keys by Allison Rushby, Squidge Dibley destroys the school by Mick Elliott and Buttheads from outer space by Jerry Mahoney.

Some amazing new nonfiction titles are now ready for loan and they include If you’d just let me finish by Clarkson, Am I doing this right? Life lessons from the encyclopedia Bri-Tanya by Tanya Hennessy, Dream big: heroes who dared to be bold by Sally Morgan, Confessions of a not-s-secret agent by Harry M Miller, Storytime by Jane Sullivan, Fabric buttons by Gina Earrett, How not to lose it: mental health sorted by Anna Williamson, Origami games for kids by Joel Stern, Air and space origami by John Szinger, Drawing hands & feet by Eddie Armer, The repair kit: legal guide for public housing tenants in NSW, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young by Peter Doggett, The Kennedy heirs by J. Randy Taraborrelli and ANZAC sons: five brothers on the western front by Allison Marlow Paterson.

New large print titles are now available, and they include The Mexican by Lee Clinton, Shadow peak by Matt Cole, Quarter to midnight by Ned Oaks, The tied-down holster by Hugh Martin, The McCallum boys by CJ Sommers, The last confession of Rick O’Shea by Clyde Barker, The river men by Gerald Verner, Sherlock Holmes: A string to his bow by N. M. Scott and To die for by VJ Banis.

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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