Can't make it to story time during the week? Why not come on a Saturday? Eltham Library has increased the amount of weekend story times throughout the year. This means that there's even more opportunities for you and your little ones to come into the library, hear some stories and borrow some books.
Sessions run on selected Saturdays as listed below between 11:00-11:45am:
Chinese New Year is the most important traditional Chinese holiday, a time for family reunions and feasts, cleansing the house by sweeping away ill-fortune and making way for incoming good luck. Bright decorations, firecrackers and dragons dances are just a few of the popular themes
A borrower who usually reads a lot of eBooks recently showed me a website she’d been shown by a friend with lots of magazines to download for free - she was looking for some light summer reading.
” What do you think” she asked?
” It’s all pirated,” I replied, ‘would you prefer some legally downloaded copies of some of your favourite magazines for free?” She most definitely would!
The film of the multi-award winning and best-selling book The book thief by Marcus Zusak is about to open in Melbourne cinemas so if you like to read the book of the film it’s timely to point out that the eBook is available to borrow through our Bolinda Service.
Hollywood loves adapting books into movies and 2014 looks like it will be full of a variety of adaptations that will have you wanting to place the books on hold as soon as the films start to be promoted.
But why wait until the promos come out and the holds queue looks like it will never end? What if you were to read the books now before everyone else wants them? Here's a list of some of the books that have been adapted into films and will be released in 2014. Happy reading.
“Are you reading your book, or is it reading you?” Have you been wondering?
Journalist Rachael Brown recently interviewed Mark Coker, the chief executive of Smashwords, an independent publisher based in California on the subject for a segment on the ABC’s AM program. You can hear the audio file or read the transcript here.