Emily Bitto's novel The Strays is the winner of this year's Stella Prize! Find it, and all the other shortlisted authors in this list.
April 25 2015 marks the centenary of the landing of Gallipoli by allied forces in World War I. Here are some titles to help tell that story.
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We've all devoured Jane Austen's much loved classics, but what books inspired such genius? Here is a list of Jane's favourite reads.
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Harper Lee is going to publish her second novel, more than half a century after To Kill a Mockingbird.
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Colleen McCullough 1937–2015 - With many millions of books sold globally, Colleen McCullough was arguably Australia's most popular novelist.…
All library branches will be closed on ANZAC Day, Saturday 25 April.
Keen photographer? Here is a chance to help us create a comprehensive collection of photographs of Rosanna! Click for the project details.
Watsonia Library is showcasing its new attributes after reopening on Monday 5 January following a $250,000 upgrade.
A key feature is the…
Opera Australia, with AUSLAN Shadow Interpreters, will be presenting a very special production of Hansel and Gretel at the library
Instant access to 3000 newspapers from 100 countries in 60 languages. Current Newspapers and Magazine coverage of the last 90 days.
11 year old Nadine likes to visit Thomastown Library, and she has very kindly given us a list of her most favourite books!
It's never too early to read to your baby. Reading to little babies can help them to learn new words, develop motor skills and start to und…
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Participate in the Premiers' Reading Challenge and meet the doggy mascot.
Witty and funny book. Great for parents to read-aloud to children.
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View complete copies of magazines on your computer or mobile device, read Chinese magazines online and browse newspapers in 50+ languages.
Download these apps to access the library and e-library from anywhere. Put items on hold, download e-books, e-audio and music, read mags ...
If you're into music downloading through the e-Library you may have already discovered this fabulous development... You can now stream music
Ivanhoe Library Reading Coordinators Tina and Mary are dedicated to keeping you up with everything e-book via the Flip the Page blog.
Come and learn with Military historian Neil C Smith, the special guest speaker for Diamond Valley’s Family History Fest program this month.
Need a sugar hit? Visit our Learnist Page and learn how to bake the PERFECT macaron. Don't be afraid to send us a sample!
This article from The Guardian details why you should sing to your baby every day to prevent language problems in later life.
Why not join one of our writing groups and refine your skills with the support and advice of other writers in your community.
Discover the popular novels of Colleen Hoover.
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Smart, sharp and gripping with a genuinely surprising ending. A thriller well worth reading.
Experiences of British children often taken from children's homes who were sent to Commonwealth colonies 1860s to the 1970s.
Australian titles and websites with advice on first steps in researching your family history.
Search the public archives of the UK government containing over 1000 years of history with over 5% of its collection digitised. Download ima
Irish genealogy research - a free guide to finding your family's history in Ireland #genealogy #http://t.co/CBKchek7Ld
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