LIBRARY LINES for week beginning 24 August 2020

Please stop at the front entry and read the signs

It has now been 5 months of COVID-19 with the various lock down and restrictions in place by the Government but there are still numerous members of the community who refuse to follow Government directives. Please note that signing into the building upon entry is NOT optional. NO sign in, NO entry.

There have been many comments from the community that they didn’t see the signs, the hand sanitiser, and the iPad for sign in. Sorry but we do not understand how you can miss something in the entry way that was never there to begin with.

Library collection survey

There are almost 700 members registered at the library and I need your help. To make sure that the library is providing the right type of materials for the Weddin Shire, we ask that everyone fills in the collection survey via this will only take a couple of minutes to fill in. Thank you for your help.

The second-hand book sale is now on

The second-hand book sale has returned. Please help support your local library in buying old library stock. All funds raised is spent on new stock for the library. Cash sales only. Please bring your own bags.

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

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

Book reviewers

I am looking for book reviewers of the Book Week shortlisted titles. Kids can borrow and read these titles if they review them for us all. This can be in the form of a written, picture, or video review. I look forward to seeing your imagination come alive.

New fiction titles now available

The goldminer’s sister by Alison Stuart, Buried by Lynda La Plante, The silk house by Kayte Nunn, Finding Eadie by Caroline Beecham, Croc country by Kerry McGinnis, The mercy by Beverly Lewis, The storekeeper’s daughter by Wanda Brunstetter and Texas outlaw by James Patterson.

New kids’ titles now available

Phoebe and her unicorn by Dana Simpson, Ella diaries: wildlife rescue by Meredith Costain, Aussie kids: Meet Sam at the Mangrove Creek by Paul Seden, Aussie Kids: Meet Mia by the Jetty by Janeen Brian, Aussie Kids: Meet Katie at the beach by Rebecca Johnson, Tiny Timmy: Playing up! By Tim Cahill, Nit boy by Tristan Bancks, Artemis Fowl and the Atlantis complex and Artemis Fowl and the last guardian by Eoin Colfer, How to make a pet monster hodgepodge by Lili Wilkinson, A bear called Paddington by Michael Bond, Keeper of the lost cities: Never seen and Ever blaze by Shannon Messenger, I need a parrot by Chris McKimmie and Paper boy by Danny Parker.

New magazine titles now available for August

Great walks, 4×4 Australia, Better homes and gardens, Tech life, Australian photography, Real living, Australian Country, RM Williams outback, Grass roots, Small farms, Australian home beautiful, AWW Food, Choice, National Geographic kids, Homespun, Organic gardener, Regional lifestyle, Science Illustrated, Taste, Country style, Australian Woodsmith, Gardening Australia, Australian house & garden and Diabetic living.

This entry was posted in Library Lines. Bookmark the permalink.