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eBook of the Month – January 2018

click image for a close up Saga land is also available from the library in print as a talking book, as well as eAudio through Borrowbox. Find our eBooks & eAudio on BorrowBox. Information on how to sign up can be … Continue reading

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The Best of Non Fiction

Are you a dedicated non fiction reader? The internet is awash with “best ever” reading lists for fiction, but the The Guardian newspaper has recently published a list of the 100 best non fiction books of all time, selected by … Continue reading

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Good Reading Magazine – December/January

The December/January issue of Good Reading magazine is ready for you to enjoy!   This month, Australian writer and cartoonist Kaz Cooke heads into the world of fiction with her debut novel, Ada, following on from a long, successful career in journalism … Continue reading

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What Library Staff are Reading – December/January

 Find some holiday inspiration in what Library staff have been reading recently. Dark Emu by Bruce Pascoe – Pascoe details many ways in which agricultural methods, such as land management and domestication of plants, were employed by indigenous Australians long … Continue reading

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Librarian’s Choice – December/January

1. Hangman by Jack Heath Meet Timothy Blake, codename Hangman. Blake is a genius, known for solving impossible cases. He’s also a psychopath with a dark secret, and the FBI’s last resort. A 14-year-old boy vanishes on his way home … Continue reading

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Carolyn’s Books of the Month – December/January

Best Read: Birdcage Walk by Helen Dunmore It is 1792 and Europe is seized by political turmoil and violence. Lizzie Fawkes has grown up in Radical circles where each step of the French Revolution is followed with eager idealism. But … Continue reading

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