Halloween is around the corner (already!) so if you are in the mood for something spooky read on.
The Online Book Club reads a new book each month to take to you another place and time. Borrow an eBook or come into one of our branches to borrow a hard copy! You can join the Online Book Club on our Facebook page where you will find further information, links to access the eBook and a great online community of readers and book lovers.
Clueless – just a chick flick? As if! Cher is sassy, bubbly, entitled and as it turns out Emma Woodhouse! I loved this movie when I watched it in 1995 at age 12 without having any idea that it was an adaptation of Jane Austen’s Emma. When we studied transformations …
The results are in! The winners of the 2020 Georges River Youth Literature Award have been announced.
Yin shares her books with those interested in craft.
Throughout history, music has been one of the most powerful and emotionally stimulating art forms. Dean looks at five of his favourite artists of the 20th century, and some of the albums, songs and books that highlight their incredible journeys.
Coming up with a list of favourite books is super hard, but I’ve tried. These are some of my best loved: Enlightenment of the Greengage Tree/Shokoofeh Azar Set in Iran after the Islamic revolution, the novel is at times confronting. The book is written in the classical style of Persian …
The around-the-world literary journey continues as we are immersed in a diverse and evocative India.
Our Staff picks this month are varied in place, time and topic but all of them are thought-provoking, timely and profound.
Join us every Wednesday for our Term 3 After School book Club! We have a fantastic range of StoryBox books, craft and questionnaires for you to explore. This week we find out whether All Monkeys really do love bananas. What do you think?