Monthly Archives: September 2012

Use it in a sentence – Autochthonous

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Need some help with Grammar? ( I sometimes do, just ask Jean)

this might help out with a few issues 🙂  

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Book of the Week 24th September – 30th September 2012

The Racketeer  by John Grisham Judge Raymond Fogletree just became number five. His body was found in the basement of a lakeside cabin he had built himself and frequently used on weekends. When he did not show up for a … Continue reading

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Why not just turn your own home into a public library?

Hernando Guanlao has a passion for books, but they were taking over his home. He decided to put them out on the street outside his house, hoping that people would pick them up, take them home and solve his problem. … Continue reading

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Koanga (spring) holiday programme in the Library

Fun stories and activities here in the library for the school holidays Monday 1st October Wednesday 3rd October Friday 5th October Come along and join the fun these holidays at the HB Williams Memorial Library

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Book of the Week 17th – 23rd September 2012

Bared to You  by Sylvia Day Bared to You by Sylvia Day is the first in the Crossfire trilogy featuring Gideon and Eva, two wounded souls who come together in an explosion of lust and passion as intoxicating as it … Continue reading

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Book of the Week September the 10th – September 16th 2012

Luther The Calling  by Neill Cross Winner of the Ngaio Marsh Award for best crime novel 2012 DCI John Luther has an extraordinary clearance rate. He commands outstanding loyalty from friends and colleagues. Nobody who ever stood at his side … Continue reading

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