Library Lines: 6 July 2017

It’s school holiday time, and what could be nicer than to snuggle up with a good book in this cold weather?
The library has added a great batch of new books waiting to be read! There’s The Dark Lake a town of secrets waiting to explode by Sarah Bailey, Need You Dead ‘what makes a killer?’ by Peter James, Mississippi Blood ‘his thrillers grip from start to finish’ by Greg Iles, All By Myself, Alone a glamorous cruise on a luxurious ocean liner turns deadly in this thrilling novel from the queen of suspense Mary Higgins Clark.

During the school holidays, the library is offering two programs, one for the younger children up to six years in the morning on Tuesday 4th, Wednesday 5th and Thursday 6th July from 10.30am. There will be a special story reading for NAIDOC week with stories of the dreamtime, followed by a handicraft. Any parent or carer can attend these sessions, which are free of charge and there’s no need to book.

The older children are catered for in the afternoons on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, from 3,30pm, where they can enjoy some Winter Crafty Creations! Children can make a “lava lamp and do some origami”. There are also activity packs with colouring in, puzzles and other activities to do in the library or take home. There is a limit of ten children for the afternoon sessions, so please call and book a place for your child on 6740 2190. All materials are supplied and the session is free of charge. Junior Brain Games will still be held on Wednesday afternoon.

So come on in, borrow a book, and enjoy the school holidays!