Did you know that you can change the language on the self check kiosks?
Simply touch the flag to change the language on the screen of the self check kiosk.
We have most languages but the most popular language with both young and old has been Pirate.
The last Friday of the month the Library will have a table set up with items no longer required by the library. Browse the table and take home any items for free.
These books are new to the City Library! Click on the images below to find out more or to reserve them for yourself.
Did you know that you can renew items via the online catalogue? From the main menu select Borrower details. Type in your library card number. If the item is able to be renewed there will be a Renew this message next to the title.
In most cases 2 renewals of items is allowed but there are exceptions.
Visit Axis360 to borrow these new additions to our collection.
Raising stress proof kids by Shelley Davidow (Non-fiction)
School start :help your child to thrive by Lyon Jenkins (Non-fiction)
The daily face : 25 makeup looks for day, night, and everything in between by Annamarie Tendler (Non-fiction)
Fodor’s big islands of Hawaii (Non-fiction)
Company man by Joseph Finder (Fiction)
Enslaved by others by Jess Haines (Fiction)
God is an Astronaut by Alyson Foster (Fiction)
A walk among the tombstones by Lawrence Block (Fiction)
Freegal is a free music downloading service providing popular MP3 music for all patrons. To begin, simply log onto our website with your library card.
While you are there, take a look at the top picks for this week.
NAIDOC Week celebrates the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. For more information go to the NAIDOC website.
Click here to download recently published Karla Yarning maps of Aboriginal walking trails in the city.
Below are a selection of books held in the library. Click on the images to see the availability or to place a reservation.
Used with permission.
Click on the image to sign up for more free comics about libraries and books on the Unshelved website.