Would You Like a Book With That?

Place your hot beverage order and we have a matching book recommendation for you.
You can relax with a freshly made, quality coffee inside the library at Chancez Café in Mill Park Library, opens a new window or at Thomastown Library there is the Thomastown Neighbourhood House , opens a new windowCoffee Cart. They may not have all the beverage varieties listed below but YPRL certainly does have all the books in our collection. Put one on hold and collect from your local branch and enjoy.

Tea: The Trip of a Lifetime, opens a new window by Monica McInerney
Herbal Tea: Taboo, opens a new window by Kim Scott
Latte: Sanctuary, opens a new window by Judy Nunn
Cappuccino: The Inaugural Meeting of the Fairvale Ladies Book Club, opens a new window by Sophie Green
Long Black: A Man Called Ove, opens a new window by Frederick Backman
Espresso: The Choke , opens a new windowby Sofie Laguna
Ristretto: The Snowman, opens a new window by Jo Nesbø
Macchiato: The Book of Dust , opens a new windowby Phillip Pullman
Affogato: The Dry, opens a new window by Jane Harper
Piccolo: Turtles All the Way Down, opens a new window by John Green
Decaf: The Keeper of Lost Things , opens a new windowby Ruth Hogan
Chai: The Dalai Lama’s Cat , opens a new windowby David Michie
Turmeric Latte: The Alchemist , opens a new windowby Paulo Coelho
An Irish Coffee: Cows , opens a new windowby Dawn O’Porter
Instant Coffee: The Christmas Stocking and Other Stories, opens a new window by Katie Fforde
Babyccino: Pig the Elf, opens a new window by Aaron Blabey OR Polly and Buster, opens a new window by Sally Rippin
Hot Choc: Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine , opens a new windowby Gail Honeyman
White Hot Chocolate: Take Three Girls , opens a new windowby Cath Crowley, Fiona Wood, Simmone Howell
Mocha: Untidy Towns, opens a new window by Kate O’Donnell

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