Tomorrow, Thursday February 14, is Library Lovers Day.
Throughout the day there will be a Blind Date with a Book and a second-hand book sale.
Come in during the day and have a great time while supporting your local library.
The latest magazine titles now available include NSW fishing & boating, Real living, Grass roots, Tech life, Double helix, Australian house & garden, Choice, Australian home beautiful, Better homes and gardens, Organic Gardener and Diabetic living.
There are some great new DVDs available this week and they include Adventures of the Gummi bears, Barbie spy squad, 3 magical mermaid tales, Barbie and her sisters in a pony tale, Barbie in rock ‘n Royals, Barbie the pearl Princess, Barbie video game hero, Beyond beyond, The emoji movie, Curious George 2 follow that monkey, Curious George, Curious George 3 pack, The dolphin and Barbie in the pink shoes.
Some great new Large Print titles are available this week and they include Don’t let go by Harlan Coben, The legacy of blackthorn by June Davies, Leroy, US Marshall by Neil Hunter, Hangman’s reach by Dale Graham and Lexie’s unforeseen benefactor by Eileen Knowles.
The latest kids’ books this week include we are the Groovicorns!, Alice-Miranda shows the way and Alice-Miranda in Japan by Jacqueline Harvey, Hot dog 5: camping time by Anh Do, Brobot by James Foley, The magic misfits: the second story by Neil Patrick Harris, Love, hate & other filters by Samira Ahmed, Diary of a wimpy kid: old school by Jeff Kinney, Magnus chase and the ship of the dead by Rick Riordan, Ghost tram by Robert Lastdrager, Children of the dragon: the relic of the blue dragon by Rebecca Lim, Miss Peregrine’s home for the peculiar children by Ransom Riggs, Fantastic beasts and where to find them and Fantastic beasts: The crimes against Grindlewald by JK Rowling, It’s not scribble to me by Kate Ritchie, The safari challenge by Bear Grylls, Head kid by David Baddiel, Wundersmith by Jessica Townsend, The wonky donkey by Craig Smith and Walt Disney’s Mary Poppins.
Lots of new nonfiction titles are available and they include Yoga for kids by Susannah Hoffman, Stuff to know when you start school, The price of fortune: the untold story of James Packer by Damon Kitney, Becoming by Michelle Obama, Elisabeth Murdoch: two lives by John Monks, After the first six weeks by Midwife Cath, Menopause: the change for the better, Murder at dusk by Ian W Shaw, Being John Lennon: a restless life by Ray Connolly, Robin by Dave Itzkoff, Adam Spencer’s top 100, Fair go, sport by Peter Fitzsimons, A sporting chance by Titus O’Reily, Babies & toddler by Kaz Cooke, Head over heels by Sam and Jenny Bailey and Challenge accepted by Celeste Barber.
Upcoming events to keep in mind are:
Thursday February 14: Library Lover’s Day.
Come along and celebrate everything libraries. Hope to see you there.
Monday February 18: Tech Savvy Seniors class – Introduction to computers.
Bookings required. Class held in the Internet Centre 10-12.
Monday February 25: Tech Savvy Seniors class – Introduction to computers.
Bookings required. Class held in the Internet Centre from 10am -12 noon.