Librarians Choice -February 2019

The top 10 new reads as chosen by Library Staff around Australia for February 2019 are a mixed bag of adult fiction from various genres – something for everyone. Why not reserve one now!

99 Percent Mine by Sally Thorne -Librarians’ Choice Favourite

Darcy is a bartender who never keeps an address – or a boyfriend – for long. She’s secretly in love with her brother’s best friend Tom. Tom is a sweet, shy, solid-gold human with abs that remind Darcy of squares of chocolate.They are stuck together while they renovate a house for sale, and for the first time ever Darcy can’t run away.
Sparks are flying, but will Tom choose Darcy over his loyalty to her brother and can Darcy convince herself that she deserves someone like Tom?

The Orchardist’s Daughter by Karen Viggers
Into The Fire by Sonia Orchard
Small Blessings by Emily Brewin
The Mother-In-Law by Sally Hepworth
The House Of Second Chances by Esther Campion
After The Party by Cassie Hamer
Fusion by Kate Richards
Heart Of The Grass by Molly Murn
Home Fires by Fiona Lowe

Librarians Choice December and January

Welcome to the last Top 10 Librarians’ Choice reads for 2018! There is some great new books being published this month and next – a little something for everyone. Click on a title below to reserve a copy as your next Summer read.

Half Moon Lake by Kirsten Alexander
(Librarians’ Choice Favourite)

An engrossing mystery set in America’s deep south. It’s about a missing boy, and the two very different mothers who claim that he belongs to them. This is a work of fiction, but it was inspired by the true story of a boy named Bobby Dunbar who went to play in the woods with his brothers and never returned.

The Lost Girls by Jennifer Spence
The Year of the Beast by Steven Carroll
Call Me Evie by J.P. Pomare
Gone by Midnight by Candice Fox
The Promised Land by Barry Maitland
The Cottage at Rosella Cove by Sandie Docker
The Last Days of the Romanov Dancers by Kerri Turner
How to be Second Best by Jessica Dettmann
I Can’t Remember the Title But the Cover is Blue by Elias Greig

 

Librarians Choice – November 2018

Check out the Top 10 Reads for November 2018, as chosen by library staff around Australia. A little something for everyone including the sequel Wundersmith (Librarians’ Choice Favorite of the month), to the best selling children’s book Nevermoor: the trials of Morrigan Crow. To reserve a copy, just click on the title that catches your attention.

Mutiny on the Bounty by Peter Fitzsimons
Three Secret Cities by Matthew Reilly
The Fragments by Toni Jordan
The Invitation by Belinda Alexandra
The Pearl Thief by Fiona McIntosh
Two Old Men Dying by Tom Keneally
Suitcase of Dreams by Tania Blanchard
Where The River Runs by Fleur McDonald
Preservation by Jock Serong

Librarians Choice – October 2018

It’s that time of the month – the top 10 reads of upcoming books as chosen by Library Staff around Australia. Why not reserve a copy now?

Bridge of Clay – Markus Zusak
Librarians’ Choice Favourite

The breathtaking story of five brothers who bring each other up in a world run by their own rules. As the Dunbar boys love and fight and learn to reckon with the adult world, they discover the moving secret behind their father’s disappearance.

At the center of the Dunbar family is Clay, a boy who will build a bridge—for his family, for his past, for greatness, for his sins, for a miracle.

The question is, how far is Clay willing to go? And how much can he overcome?

Any Ordinary Day – Leigh Sales
Shell – Kristina Olsson
The Arsonist – Chloe Hooper
Lost without you – Rachael Johns
Cedar Valley – Holly Throsby
Boys will be boys – Clementine Ford
Lenny’s book of everything – Karen Foxlee
You daughters of freedom – Claire Wright
The valley – Steve Hawke