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Local author Gary Anthony launches his first novel titled 'Death Comes Calling' at the Grenfell Library last Thursday March 1. Photo V Maclean.

Local author Gary Anthony launches his first novel titled 'Death Comes Calling' at the Grenfell Library last Thursday March 1. Photo V Maclean.

Knit, Knatter and Nibble is returning and will be operating between March and October for this year. So, if you knit or crochet why not join us on Wednesday March 14 between 10.30am and 12.30pm. This year’s project is to help make Poppies for the Remembrance Day display in November. Patterns are available for those that are unable to attend but would like to help.

Former Grenfell Librarian Anne Gault with Gary Anthony and Gai Lander at the launch of 'Death Comes Calling' last Thursday March 1. Photo V Maclean.

Former Grenfell Librarian Anne Gault with Gary Anthony and Gai Lander at the launch of 'Death Comes Calling' last Thursday March 1. Photo V Maclean.

Thank you to everyone who attended the book launch last Thursday March 1. It was great to see you all supporting Gary with his first book and the library.

For those interested in buying a copy of Gary’s book ‘Death comes calling’, they are available for sale at the library, the newsagent and the Grenfell Record office.

New magazines recently received are Better Homes and Gardens, Marie Claire, Australian Patchwork & Quilting, Australian Geographic and Australian Country.

And for the kids we have Hickory dickory dash by Tony Wilson, Meet Snugglepot and Cuddlepie and Gumnut Babies ABC by May Gibbs, Your mind is like a garden by Shona Innes, Duck, duck, dinosaur and the noise at night by Kallie George, Rose’s red boots by Maura Finn, Funniest dad in the world by Ed Allen, Bug bear by Patricia Hegarty, In my room by Jo Witek, Nighty-night by Leslie Patricelli, Someone like me by Patricia MacLachlan, Even fairies fart by Jennifer Stinton and Saturday with daddy by Dan Andreasen.

The latest fiction titles include The Mitford murders by Jessica Fellowes, End game by David Baldacci, Murder games by James Patterson, Now we are dead by Stuart MacBride, Skin privilege by Karin Slaughter, Uncommon type by Tom Hanks, Typhoon fury by Clive Cussler, The midnight line by Lee Child and due to the recent passing of author Penny Vincenzi we now have her last book A question of trust available for loan.

Upcoming events

Monday March 5, Introduction to computers. Free class will be held in the Internet Centre between 10 and 12. Bookings required.

Friday March 9, FOGL will be holding a street stall outside IGA.

Wednesday March 14, Knit, Knatter and Nibble is returning. 10.30 - 12.30.

Friday March 16, Board Games and Lego in the Library after school 3 – 4.45pm. So, round up some friends and challenge them to a game or two.

Monday March 19, Introduction to internet part 1. Class will be held in the Internet Centre between 10 and 12. Bookings required and are free.

Tuesday March 20, FOGL March meeting will be held. 1.45pm for a 2pm start.