Library hours are back to normal and the second-hand book sale has returned
From Tuesday 4 August, the library has returned to normal hours. Please note that this does not change any of the other restrictions due to the increase of cases across the state and more travellers in the area. The remaining sections will be released when we feel it is safe to do so.
With the return of normal opening hours, the second-hand book sale has returned as well. Please help support your local library in buying old library stock. Cash sales only. Please bring your own bags.
|3||Back to normal hours Tues – Fri 10.30 – 12.30 and 1.30 – 5 Sat 9.30 – 12||loans and returns limited computers||study, newspaper areas and toy collection Storytime and group activities||4 Aug|
Storytime will not be returning for a while, but you have free access to Story Box
Use it as a bedtime tale, a facilitator for discussion in the classroom, a complement to library Storytime, or a read aloud model – the choice is yours. No matter what the reason for your visit to Story Box Library, we help children journey to that most uniquely precious place, the wilds of their own imagination.
Our stories have been selected with children of pre-school and primary age in mind. Stories have been broken down into the following categories: Pre-school (3 – 5 years); Lower Primary (5 – 7 years); Middle Primary (8 – 10 years) and Upper Primary (10 – 12 years).
Access is available using your library membership via https://grenfellpubliclibrary.org.au/elibrary/
Are you looking for something different to read and are struggling to get into the library?
Why not try out indyreads™. indyreads™ provides access to a statewide collection of independent Australian and international titles, classic literature, and modern award-winning titles in eBook and eAudio format thanks to the State Library of NSW. Access is free as part of your membership. Further details are available https://grenfellpubliclibrary.org.au/indyreads/
New DVD titles now available
I still believe, Bluey: the pool and other stories, Bluey: asparagus and other stories, The Wiggles: fun and games, Paw Patrol: mighty pups super paws, A guide to second date sex, Call the midwife series nine, The good liar, The invisible man, Isn’t it romantic, A beautiful day in the neighborhood, Emma, Motherless Brooklyn, Downhill, 100% wolf, The wishmas tree, H is for happiness and Onward.
New fiction titles now available
Last survivor by Tony Park, A lonely girl is a dangerous thing by Jessie Tu, The kookaburra creek café by Sandie Docker, The summer house by James Patterson, Katheryn Howard: the tainted queen by Alison Weir, Conversations with friends by Sally Rooney, Fair warning by Michael Connelly, Something to talk about by Rachael Johns, The bobby girls’ secrets by Johanna Bell, Sex and vanity by Kevin Kwan, Tiny pieces of us by Nicky Pellegrino, Better luck next time by Kate Hilton, Camino winds by John Grisham, HRT: husband replacement therapy by Kathy Lette, Hideaway by Nora Roberts, Liberation by Imogen Kealey, Queen Bee by Jane Fallon, Such a fun age by Kiley Reid, The numbers game by Danielle Steel and The lost jewels by Kirsty Manning.
New kids’ titles now available
Sweet honey by Cathy Cassidy, Art time! By Anh Do, What Zola did on Monday by Melina Marchetta, Alice-Miranda in the outback by Jacqueline Harvey, The spectre from the magician’s museum by John Bellairs, Elmer and grandpa Eldo by David McKee, Unipiggle the unicorn pig by Hannah Shaw, The grumpy neighbour by Sally Rippin, The Queen’s assassin by Melissa De La Cruz, Aurora burning by Amie Kaufman, Bun by Patrick Ness, The Austen girls by Lucy Worsley, The besties party on by Felice Arena, Evie and Pog party perfect by Tania McCartney, No! never! By Libby Hathorn, Bad cat! By Nicola O’Byrne, Yellow truck road train by Mandy Tootell, Love from Australia by Ruth Waters, A boy and a ball by Phil Cummings and By the billabong by Maura Finn.