As the Tour de France reaches its conclusion and you find your sleep pattern has been ruined consider these four offerings from our Overdrive service to keep you entertained between 10.00pm in the evening and 1.45am the next morning.
We have subscribed to a new e-resource – NewVault Newspaper Package. We hope that will prove to be another useful resources for family history researchers.
The Guardian (a UK daily newspaper) compiles articles from its pages and those of its associated publications relating to eBooks onto a specific page on its website. It’s even possible to set up a RSS feed of the webpage if you are keen to keep track.
Are you stuck in a rut with your reading? I know I am unadventurous when it comes to choosing books to read. But hey, it's never too late to step out and try something new. I've taken to browsing the "Newly Added eBooks" listed in Overdrive.
Honouring the Past While Creating the Future...
Come along to Diamond Valley Library where wild gardener and softscaper Ruby Jane Stormer will review some of the current known gardening styles and explore potential futurist gardening concepts.
Subsumed by the modern suburbs of Thomastown and Lalor, Westgarthtown’s surviving buildings are of national significance for their illustration of German migration to Victoria. A heritage walking trail has been produced. It will take you on a unique journey through time and uncover a hidden history of early European settlement in Australia.
We know it’s not an eBook service but you might find it interesting nevertheless.
YPRL now offers BeamAfilm – a service that offers on demand documentary films from around the world with a focus on Australian content. It’s free to library members - find it on our website under film.