One of the many eResources Gunnedah Library has is Haynes Manuals, so if you're looking to finally renovate that old vehicle in the shed and restoring it to its former glory, this database is the place for you!
Haynes Manuals have over 100 car, motorcycle and tractor manuals. All makes and models of cars, utilities and trucks are represented, with detailed instructions and information on all aspects of repair. Search for your make of car, then model, and then get started!
Just click on the Hayes Manual link in the library's eResources tab on the web site, enter your library card number, get your tools organised, and start your winter project now. If you have any problems, just visit the library and the friendly staff will assist.
Plenty of new books have been added to the library shelves.
Among the new titles are Living with Allergies: Practical tips for all the Family by Emma Amoscato. It covers a range of allergies from food to skin.
The Asperger Teen's Toolkit by Francis Musgrave is packed with useful information to help a child manage relationships, wellbeing and interests. It covers topics such a cyber bullying, social media, depression, gaming, and being smart with money.
Want your child to be relaxed and healthy? Try the Get Active: Yoga book, for young people and teens. The book contains information blocks, plenty of photos, and explanations of breathing, standing poses, floor poses, and so on.
Feel like trying some handicrafts during the longer days? The Mermaid Craft Book: Magical Makes for Your Inner Mermaid by Marianna Thompson could be the book you're looking for! The book gives clear instruction of making everything from earrings to soap, from hand bands to bath salts, and even gives instructions on make-up and nails. Great fun!
Children will love The Pawed Piper a picture books about a little girl who wants a cat, and My Friends are all Different is an easy reading book about friendship.
Amongst the new Large Print books added to the collection is the Mystery/Thriller Dare to Remember.
By Susanna Beard. The book is described as "intriguing and gripping" and "I found myself frantically turning the pages, desperate to uncover what happened".
See you soon at the library!