LIBRARY LINES for week beginning 28 October 2019

Australian author Karly Lane is finally coming to Grenfell on Tuesday night (5 Nov). Join us in the library to listen to Karly, meet her, buy her books and enjoy a light supper from 6.30pm.

Storytime is on Wednesday 6 Nov at 10.30am and again on Friday 8 Nov. Everyone is welcome to attend as their will be great stories and fun craft to do. Reminder that these session are counted towards the 1,000 books before school program.

The next Saturday night movie is coming up on the 9 November. For those who love the Beatles music and wander what the world would have been like without them you will enjoy this movie. So, book your seats so as not to miss out. In December we will be showing 2 movies so keep the 7th and 14th free in your calendars.

A few new magazine titles received this week and they include Australian country, Traces, Better homes and gardens, Instyle and Choice.

Some more kids books are available this week and they include The last kid on earth; The last kid on earth and the cosmic beyond; The last kid on earth and the nightmare king and The last kid on earth and the zombie parade by Max Brallier, Eight times up by John Corr, The dragonsitter in the land of the dragons by Josh Lacey, Mr dog and the seal deal by Ben Fogle, Three horses: seaside escape, Girl online: going solo by Zoe Sugg, Roadworks by Sally Sutton, Miss Peregrine’s peculiar children: A map of days by Ransom Riggs, Miss Kraken by Nicki Greenberg, Macca’s makeover by Matt Cosgrove, The amazing monster detectoscope by Graeme Base and Elmer and the tune by David McKee.

This week’s new nonfiction titles are now ready for loan and they include Ian McKellen: the biography by Garry O’Connor, The gap by Benjamin Gilmour, The joy of high places by Patti Miller, Beaded embroidery stitching by Christen Brown, The anti-inflammatory cookbook  by Chrissy Freer, Use it or lose it by Paul McIntyre, Bowraville by Dan Box, Castaway by Robert Macklin, Fatal mission by Mal Elliott, Answering the call by Bob Grandin, The battle of Long Tan by Harry Smith, The Empire has an answer by Tony James Brady, The ministry of truth: a biography of George Orwell’s 1984 by Dorian Lynskey, Wild mittens & unruly socks by Lumi Karmitsa, The art of racing in the rain by Garth Stein, Binge watching New York and Binge watching London by Marion Miclet.                                                                                                                                

There are new DVD titles available this week and they include The girl who kicked the hornets’ nest, The girl who played with fire, The girl with the dragon tattoo, Booksmart, Bruce Lee the immortal dragon, Maze runner: The scorch trials, Maze runner: death cure, Tolkien, Toy story 4, Poldark series 5, My big gay Italian wedding, Vikings seasons 1 to 4, The Guernsey Literary & potato peel pie society, Godzilla II: king of the monsters, Red Joan, MIB International, Zog, Peppa Pig: the carnival, Here comes the grump, Asterix: the secret of the magic potion, Garage sale mystery: all that glitters and Garage sale mystery.

Upcoming events to keep in mind are:

            Tuesday 5 Nov Karly Lane. 6.15pm for a 6.30pm start. Light supper will be served for a gold coin donation. Books will be available for sale.

Wednesday 6 Nov Preschool Storytime 10.30am. Everyone is welcome to attend for stories and craft.

            Friday 8 Nov Preschool Storytime 10.30am. Everyone is welcome to attend for stories and craft.

            Saturday 9 Nov 7.45 for an 8pm start Movie – Yesterday. What would the world be like without the Beatles? Free entry. Bookings preferred. FOGL will be hosting the candy bar.

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