First family movie night on Saturday at the Grenfell Library

The first of the Saturday night family movies is this weekend.

Bring your bean bag or cushion and join us in watching Young Einstein.

FOGL will be running the Candy Bar.

Book sale

The book sale is up and running inside the library.

All funds raised go straight back into purchasing items for the collection.

So please support where you can.

Latest releases

The latest nonfiction titles this week include The rag tag fleet by Ian W. Shaw, Is my child ready for school? By Karen Seinor, Prehistoric life, Lost connections by Johann Hari, Hidden: a true story of the Holocaust by Fanya Gottesfeld Heller, Born to run by Bruce Springsteen, Bono by Helen Brown, Life force by Barry Du Bois, But seriously by John McEnroe, Humanatomy by Vicola Edwards, Build it! By Caroline Alliston, Ancient Egypt, Whales & Dolphins, T Rex, Space Travel, British History, Science, Space, To sir with love by E. R. Braithwaite and A Christmas carol by Charles Dickens.

Some great new Large Print titles are now available, and they include Three story house by Courtney Miller Santo, Prayer: finding the heart’s true home by Richard J. Foster, The Japanese lover by Isabel Allende, The innocent’s shameful secret by Sara Craven, Maestra by L. S. Hilton, Murder in Megara by Mary Reed, The whole enchilada by Diane Mott Davidson, A gun for Shelby by Jake Henry and Jordan’s crossing by Ethan Harker.

The most recent magazine titles that are ready for loan include National Geographic Kids, Australian Science Illustrated, Traces, Gardening Australia, Small Farms, Country Style, Quarterly Essay and Marie Claire.

There are some great new fiction titles this week.

They include Some thing in the water by Catherine Steadman, The means by Monte Dwyer, Second sight by Aoife Clifford, The ruin by Dervla McTiernan, The yellow villa by Amanda Hampson, Lost empire, The spy and The grey ghost by Clive Cussler, Our house by Louise Candlish, The nowhere child by Christian White, A people’s history of the vampire uprising by Raymond A. Villareal, Providence by Caroline Kepnes, Retribution by Richard Anderson and Boy swallows universe by Trent Dalton  

Upcoming events to keep in mind are:

Thursday 11 October 11am – 12 noon. Origami. For children aged 5 years and over.

Saturday 13 October 6.45pm for a 7pm start in the Cinema. No charge. A maximum of 60 people. Bring your bean bag or cushion and come watch Young Einstein. FOGL will be running the Candy Bar.

Tuesday 23 October 2pm for a 2.30pm start in the Cinema.

No charge.

A maximum of 60 people.

Bring your bean bag or cushion and come watch Seven Brides for Seven Brothers.

FOGL will be running the Candy Bar.