Monthly Archives: June 2011

Read It 2011 Online Discussion

> Tonight there will be real time Twitter discussion for #readit2011. At 8pm (AEST) come online to talk about this month’s #goreads. What titles did you enjoy reading for this category? To participate you will need a twitter account. Don’t … Continue reading

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>702 ABC Sydney Knit In 2011

> Can you knit?Can you sew?We need you! Blue Mountains Libraries are taking part again in the 702 ABC Sydney Knit In creating knitted rugs for the charity Wrap with Love who send the rugs to communities in need all … Continue reading

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>Oh for a world of books like this

> This Is Where We Live from 4th Estate on Vimeo.

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>What Library staff are reading . . .

> Once, Then and Now – three titles by Morris Gleitzman which tell the story of a holocaust survivor from childhood to old age. These children’s books are just beautifully written and I can’t wait to share them with my … Continue reading

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>July School Holidays 2011

> Johnny Balance is an energetic young performer who loves to amaze his audiences with comedy, magic, juggling, incredible balancing acts and plenty of FUN!

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>The Good The Bad The Ugly : Reviewed by You

> The Fabrication of Aboriginal History, Vol. 3 : The Stolen Generations 1881-2008 by Keith Windschuttle. Review : This scholarly, objective and thoroughly researched study proves that, far from being ‘stolen’ and abused, needy Aboriginal children were offered legitimate welfare, … Continue reading

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