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Whether you need something fun to read, or help with homework, your library can help! 

Below is a description of all the different kinds of books and other things that we have in the library. Click on each kind of thing to go to the catalogue. If you have your library card, and know your password, you can place a hold on any of these books to pick them up at the branch you visit next.

Fiction

Fiction 

We have a broad range of chapter stories, sometimes illustrated.

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Readers

Readers

Easy books to learn to read by yourself.

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Junior Easy Readers

Junior Easy Readers

Easy to read books with chapters.

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Picture Books 

Picture Books 

Stories with great pictures.

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Special Themes

Special Themes

Picture books that can help you understand some things in your family and world.

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Bilingual Picture Books 

Bilingual Picture Books

Books in two languages, English and another one.

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Graphic Novels 

Graphic Novels 

Stories told with a series of pictures

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Kids Magazines

Kids Magazines

Popular kids magazines, including: Girl Power, Kzone, Little Angels, Mania, Total Girl, Wacky but true and many others.

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Fun Facts and Information

Fun Facts

Information for school assignments or your own interest about everything in the real world. From the super serious to the wacky and fun you can find information here. 

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Learning Resources

Learning Resources

Books and workbooks to improve your skills.

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Talking Books

Talking Books

Hear a book read out loud to you on a CD. Authors or actors voices bring the book to life.

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Music and Movies

Music and Movies

Ask a parent or guardian to borrow for you! We have Children's DVDs, Family DVDs, and Children's CDs as well.

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eBooks and eResources

ebooks and eresources

Books and talking books that can be downloaded to your device at home and other online resources

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Don't like reading?

Can’t find a book that interests you? You find books boring? We've put together a list specially for kids like you! They are all great fun, easy to read and will get your parents off your back about being on the computer. What more do you need to know?

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Or look through our lists of graphic novels and comic books, or talking books.

Kids Graphic Novels

Kids Talking Books

International Women's Day Book List 2018

International Women’s Day is held on March 8th every year. The day commemorates the movement for women’s rights and celebrates the achievements of women past and present – and encourages women of the future to do amazing things.

Check out some of these great books available at the library for children and young people.

Picture books

This little trailblazer/ Joan Holub

Feminist baby/ Loryn Brantz 

Not all princesses dress in pink/ Jane Yolen

Princess Smartypants/ Babette Cole

Me—Jane/ Patrick McDonnell

Ladybug girl/ Jacky Davis

Some girls/ Nelly Thomas

Rosie Revere, Engineer/ Andrea Batty

Ada Twist, Scientist/ Andrea Batty

Ladybug girl and Bingo / David Soman

I'm a girl!/ Yasmeen Ismail

Beautiful/ Stacy McAnulty

Of course they do! : boys and girls can do anything/ Marie-Sabine Roger

Dear Malala, we stand with you/ Rosemary McCarney

For the right to learn/ Rebecca Langston-George 

Madeline/ Ludwig Bemelmans

The pink hat/ Andrew Joiner

 

Kids books

Pippi Longstocking/ Astrid Lindgren

Malala’s Magic Pencil/ Malala Yousafzai

Trailblazers: 33 women in science who changed the world/ Rachel Swaby

Women in Science: 50 fearless pioneers who changed the world/ Rachel Igotofsky

Girls Are Best/ Sandi Toksvig

Fantastically Great Women Who Changed the World/ Kate Pankhurst

100 Women Who Made History/ Stella Caldwell

Ramona series/ Beverly Cleary

Judy Blume

Girl Talk/ Lizzie Cox

Secrets and Sisterhood/ Jenny Pausacker

Emmeline and the Plucky Pup/ Megan Rix

Opal Plumstead/ Jacqueline Wilson

Matilda/ Roald Dahl

Ophelia/ Jackie French

Our Australian Girl series/ various authors 

Friday Barnes series/ R. A. Spratt

Nancy Drew series/ Carolyn Keene

Go Girl series/ Thalia Kalkipsakis

Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls/ Elena Favilli

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