Owing to maintenance on our catalogue system from 9.30pm Wednesday 22 October 2014, access to online services and databases will be interrupted. It is anticipated that services will be resumed in the morning on 23 October. Our apology for the inconvenience.
Swallow Me, NOW! is the first book in an exciting new series. At Green Oaks Primary School, ten year old Samantha Phillips is back in Australia after three years in Nepal. But settling into a new school in a different country is tough and Sam sometimes wishes the ground would just, "Swallow me, now!" For junior readers aged 8-12 years.
Oakleigh Library on Saturday 25 October at 1pm
Listen to the podcast of Annabel talking at a recent library event about her new book, The Wife Drought.
One of Australia's most popular political commentators, Annabel Crabb is the ABC's chief online political writer. Her new book explores our fixation on the barriers that face women on the way into the workplace.
Suitable organisations and groups can apply for funding through the 2015/16 Monash Community Grants Program. If you have a three year grant from Council you do not need to apply. If unsure, please contact (03) 9518 3649.
Applicaton forms will be available from Monday 20 October 2014 at the link below. Meanwhile for more information, please visit the Monash Community Grants page on the Council site.
A great variety of events awaits you in October at the library: try new technology, enjoy local history, learn about brush painting, share a special storytime with your grandchild, and safeguard your health. All events are free.
Listen to the podcast of this lecture on the topic of Human Rights in North Korea.
Awards were presented last Saturday for the WordFest Short Story Competition 2014. Congratulations to all our winners and thank you to everyone who entered.
The Library Bag sees the stunning temple of Borobudur in the early morning light.
You can download acrobat reader for pdf files at the adobe site