Today is the day to celebrate love, and what better way to do that than to visit the Library. Love of literature, is at the heart of everything. Without books and being able to read you would be unable to read that exciting love letter you received. Come on in and tell us the book you absolutely loved and it will be added to our display so someone else can experience that same euphoria.
For all the new little reader’s in the house the Library has a wonderful selection of Easy Reader books to compliment the home readers brought from school. Most of the collection is set in levels according to the child’s ability. Now is a great time to introduce them to the Library and join them up, they will get their own special library card and learn the importance of literacy at a young age, which will carry them into the future.
Lonely Planet Solo Travel Handbook: Whether road-tripping, city-breaking or escaping to an island, this book will give you the confidence and know how to explore the world on your own two feet. With advice from solo travel pros, you’ll learn how to confront your fears, plan your itinerary and budget, meet people and ensure you stay safe, healthy and happy.
A Thoroughly Unhelpful History of Australian Sport: Can you not like sport and still be Australian? When it comes to sport, Australians are mad.
It’s the closest thing we have to a culture, from Don Bradman’s singular focus to Steven Bradbury’s heroic not falling over, sport has shaped our sense of self. Part history, part social commentary and a lot of nonsense, Titus O’Reilly, Australia’s least insightful sports writer, tries to explain our passion for all things sport.
Library Info: Monday to Friday 10am-5pm, Saturday 9.30am-12noon. Phone 6840 1780 or visit www.mrl.nsw.gov.au. Macquarie Regional Library is on Facebook and Twitter.