Monthly Archives: September 2015

The Invention of Wings by Sue Monk Kidd (review)

The Invention of Wings by Sue Monk Kidd (Author of ‘The Secret Life of Bee’s). The cover blurb reads, “Sarah Grimke is the middle daughter. The one her mother calls difficult and her father calls remarkable. On Sarah’s eleventh birthday, … Continue reading

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LIbraries are closed for the Queen’s Bi

LIbraries are closed for the Queen’s Birthday Holiday on Monday 28 September. The after hours book chutes will be open, however. Have a safe and happy holiday. http://ow.ly/i/dgzQs

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Storytime today. Trucks and diggers. Als

Storytime today. Trucks and diggers. Also, remember Story Time and Baby Rhyme time won’t be on during school holidays. Look forward to lots more singing and craft next term! http://ow.ly/i/dglPd

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From noted librarian, Nancy Pearl – see

From noted librarian, Nancy Pearl – see more of her quotes here: http://ow.ly/SBsxG http://ow.ly/i/deQIY

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A third Raptor Encounter session school

A third Raptor Encounter session school holiday event has been organised due to overwhelming response. It will be held at the Mundaring Lesser Hall. Bookings are essential. The event is free and is designed for school aged children only. Book … Continue reading

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A second author talk has been scheduled

A second author talk has been scheduled with Glen Forrest author, Victoria Mizen! Due to popular demand we are holding another ‘Wine, Cheese and Memories Author Talk’. This event will be held at Greenmount Library from 5.30pm to 7.00pm on … Continue reading

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A second author talk has been scheduled

A second author talk has been scheduled with Glen Forrest author, Victoria Mizen! Due to popular demand we are holding another ‘Wine, Cheese and Memories Author Talk’. This event will be held at Greenmount Library from 5.30pm to 6.00pm on … Continue reading

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Just finished re-reading A Walk in the W

Just finished re-reading A Walk in the Woods by Bill Bryson. I liked what Bryson wrote here – having something to read can make things like waiting at the doctor’s surgery almost a pleasure! http://ow.ly/i/dbGZQ

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Wine, Cheese and Memories with Victoria Mizen

Glen Forrest author Victoria Mizen will provide a presentation on her novel The Green Velvet Dress.¬†The novel is inspired by her teaching experience in a country town in Western Australia in 1961. Victoria, who grew up in Floreat and Kalamunda, … Continue reading

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Wash that book!

We had to laugh when a patron brought in the remnants of a book and confessed¬† that it travelled through a whole wash cycle in her washing machine! Lovely patron that she is, she paid for the book, but said … Continue reading

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