There are still plenty of pink prizes to be won in our "Fifty Shades of Pink" display!
Just borrow a book from the pink-themed display cases and if you have selected a lucky book it will be indicated when you check it out, and you can select your reward!
Surprisingly enough, there are pink covered books in all genres, including manly westerns and science-fiction, so there is something for everyone - just come on in and try your luck.
The library is also collecting funds for the Pink October campaign - just drop your spare coins in the box by the service desk to support this worthy cause.
Also happening at the library this week is the school holiday program, with youngsters of all ages catered for.
For children under seven years, there's storytelling and handicrafts on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday morning from 10.30am until 11am. These sessions are free. Just come along and enjoy yourself.
Older children can come along on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday afternoon and participate in Crafty Creations from 3.30pm to 4.30 pm. Spaces are limited for these sessions, so bookings are preferred and there is also a small charge of $3 per child.
New books are added to the shelves each week. Amongst the titles this week are David Lagercrantz's The Girl Who Lived Twice which is a continuation of Steig Larsson's Millennium series. The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo is back. Australian author Barbara Hannay's latest novel is Meet Me In Venice is on the shelves, and a shocking secret is revealed.
There are plenty of new books for children as well, including a set of fairy tales and popular classics that have been based on the original stories. These adapted books are ideal for beginning readers who may not yet be able to cope with the full length novel. Titles include Black Beauty, Peter Pan, Wind in the Willows, and Treasure Island.
See you soon at the library!