We’ve got you covered these school holidays with some curated book lists of new and award winning titles for children and youth as well as a range of craft to keep you busy.
With a great mix of historical fiction, investigative research and complex character-driven fiction, our well-read library staff offer you their hot reads for June.
Penguin Literary Prize winning author of ‘The Spill’, Imbi Neeme, shares some of her reading tips for 3 x 3.
Join my global literary journey and discover a world of stories, one country at a time. For no particular reason this journey begins in Nigeria with some powerful writing and insightful stories.
Online book Club is reading The Beekeeper of Aleppo this month and we have a fantastic list of read-alikes for you to keep you reading and discovering new stories and writers.
Explore our Youth Rainbow Reads this week with a fabulously diverse list of titles that celebrate LGBTIQ stories and identity.
Award-winning author and voracious reader, Kate Forsyth, shares some of the books that keep her up at night.
We are celebrating Pride and the rich and fabulous diversity of the LBGTIQ community with a selection of rainbow reading lists for all ages.
The 1960s was a decade of great upheaval. Dean looks at 10 works of Australian literature that showcase the vibrance and diversity of the time.
Yoga instructor Harriet Scriberras brings her gentle yoga class to you with a new video aimed at beginners and those of us who are a bit out of practice.