Library Lines: Tuesday, 3 October, 2017

There’s still time to come in and check out the books for sale at the Library’s Giant Spring Book Sale! Save a title from land fill and give it a new home – many of the books are donations and are oldies but goodies – at two dollars a hardback and twenty cents for a paperback or magazine, it’s a bargain. There are also large print books available, and some talking books, as well as children’s classics to be had.

The Library runs Toddler Time three times a week for younger children on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings at 10.30am. The Library also has a school holiday program for older children on the same days - Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 3.30pm for children 7-10 years. The theme for this school holidays is jungles, and children can help make a variety of animals and birds, vines and flowers, to help decorate the Library! There’s a limit of 15 children for this afternoon program, so be sure to book on 6740 2190 to ensure that your child gets a place.

The Library has also received a delivery of talking books and large print books from the State Library in various genres.

Among the large print titles are Samantha Honeycomb - a Pilgrim’s chronicle, by Scott Zarcinas; Hope’s Road, a novel set in Australia by Margareta Osborn; Stranger in the Opera House, a mystery novel by Helen Osterman; and a thriller by John Sandford, Extreme Prey.

New talking books include Matthew Reilly’s, The Tournament; Proud of You by Mary Wood, a novel set during World War II; a Miles Franklin Literary award winner by Alexis Wright, Carpentaria; and a thriller by well-known writer John Le Carre, The Mission Song.

All these books are now available to be borrowed!

See you soon at the Library!