LIBRARY LINES for week beginning 14 October 2019

Storytime is back today at 10.30am and again on Friday. Everyone is welcome to attend as their will be great stories and fun craft to do.

Today I am officially launching the 1,000 books before school program. The program is designed for kids from birth to 5 and aims to foster a love of reading and develop literacy skills. More information is available by visiting the library or via the library website.

The final monthly meeting for Friends of Grenfell Library in 2019 will be held on Tuesday 22 at 7pm. The group will return in February 2020. Reminder that FOGL will be hosting their spring street stall on Friday 18 outside IGA from 9am.

A few new magazine titles received this week and they include Australian home beautiful, Wartime, Homespun and Australian Women’s Weekly Food.

Some more kids books are available this week and they include The audition and The callback by Maddie Ziegler,  Olivia’s secret scribbles: music makers by Meredith Costain, The 117-storey treehouse by Andy Griffiths, Like an enderman; Enderman rule; It came from Down under by Pixel Kid, Cloudy with a chance of apocalypse by Zack Zombie, Ninja kid 4: amazing ninja! By Anh Do, Elementals: ice wolves by Amie Kaufman, Captain Underpants and the big, bad battle of the bionic booger boy part 2: the revenge of the ridiculous robo-boogers by Dav Pilkey, Kingdom of ash; A court of wings and ruin; Tower of dawn and A court of mist and fury by Sarah J Maas,  Welcome to country by Aunty Joy Murphy, I do it by Andrew Daddo, The rainbow serpent by Dick Roughsey, Arctic zoo by Robert Muchamore, Impossible music by Sean Williams, King’s cage by Victoria Aveyard, Shine: Sara’s dream role by Holly Webb, That night by Cyn Balog, The gifted, the talented and me by William Sutcliffe and Lovestruck by Kate Watson.

This week’s new nonfiction titles are now ready for loan and they include Sew beautiful quilted bags by Akemi Shibata, Calm the f**k down and Get your sh*t together by Sarah Knight, The knitting stitch handbook by Maria Parry-Jones, The Ancient Olympic Games, Control: stories of Australian peacekeeping and humanitarian operations, Journeys in the wild: the secret life of a cameraman by Gavin Thurston and Is there still sex in the city? By Candace Bushnell.

There are new large print titles available this week and they include The cattle queen feud by Wayne D Overholser, Pepper tree rider by Jack Curtis, For a good paws by Linda O Johnston, The girl who lived twice by David Lagercrantz, Robert B. Parker’s old black magic by Ace Atkins and The dark side by Danielle Steel.

Only a few new fiction titles this week and they include The institute by Stephen King, Vendetta in death by JD Robb and Tidelands by Philippa Gregory.

Upcoming events to keep in mind are:

            Wednesday 16 Oct Preschool Storytime 10.30am. Everyone is welcome to attend for stories and craft.

            Friday 18 Oct Preschool Storytime 10.30am. Everyone is welcome to attend for stories and craft.

            Friday 18 October FOGL street stall outside IGA from 9am.

            Tuesday 22 October. The final monthly meeting for FOGL in 2019. 6.45pm for a 7pm start. Everyone is welcome to attend.

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