Minecraft coding, book art and dungeons and dragons are some of the activities on offer these holidays at Grafton, Maclean, Yamba and Iluka Libraries. The Summer Reading Club is on again with the theme ‘Lost Worlds’ Children are encouraged to read anything they can find in the Library that relates to this theme. For more information about the activities, please visit your library or go to: www.crl.nsw.gov.au/services/library-services/library-news/
Choose the new books you want for your library!
Jump onto www.crl.nsw.gov.au and vote for the books you would like to read from your library. Our new book voting system features a selection of new books in fiction and non-fiction. The system changes the selection each month. All is needed is your library card number and email address. Voting can be done in the library on the public computers or using your own computer/device at home.
If you get stuck with nothing to read while we are closed over the Christmas break, check out our e-magazines and e-books from our website: www.crl.nsw.gov.au Recently, 180 new titles have been added to our e-book collection, including the Penguin Random House titles with popular authors as Judy Nunn, Lee Child and James Patterson.
Grafton will close at 2pm Thursday, December 24, Maclean 12:30pm Thursday 24th, Yamba 12:30pm Wednesday 23rd and Iluka 5pm Wednesday 23rd. All Libraries will re-open at their usual opening times on Monday, January 4, 2016. A very Merry Christmas to you and your loved ones.
Angela Clarke – currently reading ‘
Six degrees’ by Honey Brown
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