The Shortlist has just been released for the best Children's and Young Adult books for 2018.
The group met merrily last Friday to discuss their reading of authors in the U-V section of the fiction shelves, and all seemed to have a positive experience. Dark Fortune, by Susan Udy, and The Art of Baking Blind, by Susan Vaughan, were singled out as particularly good reads.
The next meeting, which will be held at 4pm on Friday 8th June, so as not to clash with the Queen’s Birthday weekend, is venturing into completely new territory for the group: the category is ‘Fiction based on a true story’.
All of our Libraries have a list of titles that fit this description, which is available from the desk.
Have fun with this one!
Nga mihi –
The Library Team
Our libraries are pleased to offer a taster class for New Zealand Sign Language as part of our Toddler Times next week.
Join us to learn some signs and celebrate one of New Zealand's official languages.
Te Aroha library - Tuesday 8th May 11am
Morrinsville library - Wednesday 9th May 11am
Matamata library - Friday 11th May 11am
Our children's programmes for Term 2 have now started back again. Join us for Wriggle & Rhyme (under 2s) and Toddler Time (2s and over) for some stories, songs and movement in the library.
Wriggle & Rhyme - 10am
Mondays - Te Aroha, Tuesdays - Matamata, Fridays - Morrinsville
Toddler Time - 11am
Tuesdays - Te Aroha, Wednesdays - Morrinsville, Fridays - Matamata
The Morrinsville Library will be closed tomorrow, Tuesday 24th April.
We are moving our Adult Non-Fiction upstairs and our Adult Fiction downstairs.
Come in and enjoy the new layout on Thursday, 26th April.