Monthly Archives: May 2013

Black Elk’s Vision – A Lakota Story by SD Nelson

    Sometimes I like to read children’s picture books. This is the true story of Black Elk who was a Lakota Indian who lived through the Battle of Little Bighorn and the Battle of Wounded Knee. As he was … Continue reading

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One Pot Cooking – Book of the Week – 27-05-2013

  Following the successful LEFTOVER GOURMET, Richard Till is back with over 60 recipes for nutritious, easy-to-make one-pot dishes. Not just practical, using one pot is a brilliant way to build up depth of flavour and develop new taste combinations … Continue reading

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Inferno by Dan Brown – Book of the Week 20th May 2013

The next Dan Brown has arrived…. Renowned Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon is back. Inferno is set in the heart of Europe, where Langdon is drawn into a harrowing world centred around one of history’s most enduring and mysterious literary masterpieces. … Continue reading

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Book of the Week, May 13th 2013 – In the Memorial Room by Janet Frame

  If you enjoyed David Ballantyne’s Sydney Bridge Upside Down you’ll want to read Janet Frame’s “In the memorial room”, a previously unpublished novel written in 1974. This novel draws on Janet Frame’s own experiences in Menton, France as a … Continue reading

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Did you know that you borrow art from our library just like a book?

HB Williams Memorial Library has an extensive collection of local artworks and photographs available to borrow. And only $5.00 for 6 weeks! Create inspiration to any home, office, waiting room, real estate open home or just show off to your … Continue reading

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A Delicate Truth by John Le Carre

  A counter-terrorist operation, code-named Wildlife, is being mounted on the British crown colony of Gibraltar.  Its purpose: to capture and abduct a hight-value jihadist arms buyer.  Its authors: an ambitious Foreign Office minister, a private defense contractor who is … Continue reading

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