Category Archives: Young Adult

Embrace the Cold Rebus Puzzle Week 10

This fantasy for older children and young adults depicts the struggle between the forces of good and evil. Overcome your creative struggles by producing a puzzle and entering our competition.

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Book Review: Through The Woods by Emily Carroll

Through The Woods Emily Carroll Through The Woods a collection of stories,  expresses excellent charactieristics of the Journey subject area, making it a great source for HSC students. Each page has an underlying darkness, behind the minimalistic art and negative … Continue reading

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Embrace the Cold Rebus Puzzle Week 3

This best selling young adult book made a wonderful film…can you guess the title? Why not answer the challenge we have set by creating your own puzzle and entering our competition!

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All About Books – Autumn 2017 edition is now out!

The new Autumn 2017 edition of our reading guide, All About Books is now available. For your FREE copy ask a Library Staff member at any of our branches. It is filled with lots of reading ideas to inspire you … Continue reading

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CBCA Notable Books for 2017

If you ever wonder what books to choose for your child or what to read next, here is a very thorough and diverse list of titles released by The Children’s Book Council of Australia (CBCA), the list of Notable Books for … Continue reading

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