Self check has arrived.

The Library has installed 2 self check kiosks.  The process to borrow items is very simple and we have had lots of positive comments, “So easy to use”

All you need to do is have your Library card with you to use this service.  Staff are available to assist or guide you through the process.

Some people are concerned we are going to lose our jobs but rest assured that this is not the case.

 

 

Children’s Book of the Year Awards! – Shortlist announced

Annually, the Children’s Book Council of Australia (CBCA) selects authors, educators, publishers and writers to judge nominated books, thereby selecting a shortlist of possible winners for the Book of the Year in various categories.

Below are some of the shortlisted books that can be borrowed from our library.  Click on the images to check the availability of these items.

                

        

                               

 

New books for Young Adults

Some of our new, exciting titles in the Young Adult Section are;

      

 

Also introducing “The Farm”, a new series by Emily McKay; which takes you into a terrifying future where civilization has ended…

                                         

Blooming beautifully…

How is your garden growing? Hopefully it gives you great joy!

For inspiration visit the Perth Garden Festival at Perry Lakes, Floreat. The Festival was established in 1972. The event was held in the City at the Esplanade from 1999 – 2001. Since then it has been held at Perry Lakes. There will be activities, workshops, displays and entertainment for all ages… Open Thurs 3 April , Fri 4 April and  Sat 5  April  9.30 am – 6pm. The last day is Sun 6 April - with gates opening 9.30 am and closing at 5pm. Entry fees apply.

We have a great collection of items on gardening – books, magazines and DVDs. Search our catalogue under subject with “gardening” and  “gardens”.

 

  

 

 

1st of April …

April Fool’s Day is a day to play tricks on friends and to create hoax events. Radio stations and other media often announce silly news items on this day.

What we promote here today is not a prank – but a serious reminder for everyone to check their smoke detectors.

Smoke alarms should be checked monthly and batteries need to be changed annually, with  the 1st of  April  chosen by the WA Department of Fire and Emergency Services to remind householders to do so.  Stay safe !