Griffith City Library is the place to be this week. Book Week 2020 is here there are some great things happening in your Library. Come in and see the amazing display the Library staff have created.
You can also view all 859 entries for our Design your own Book Mark competition. Winners were announced at the Library on Monday.
Nadia Battistel was the winner for the K-2 category, Sienna Hudson for the year 3-4 and Hayley Morton for Year 5-6.
The winning book marks have been professionally printed and are available in the Library. Students also created videos which will be screened every day during Book Week.
Free movie screenings at the library are on again, there's the Thursday Film Club, Multicultural Movie, Sensory Movie and Senior Saturday. Visit wrl.eventbrite.com.au to book your ticket or call the library..
Don't forget to tune into Bedtime Stories and Storytime on Facebook or view the Libraries YouTube channel for Rhyme Time sessions. For more information visit wrl.nsw.gov.au or call the library on 6962 8300.
In November, we're inviting Australians of all ages and from all walks of life to share and celebrate the joys of reading. Whether you're picking up a book for the first time or your head is already stuck in one, there's plenty of books, activities and events as part of our festivities.
Thursday 12 November is the main event - Australian Reading Hour. You're invited to stop what you're doing for an hour, pick up a book and read to yourself or the children in your life. Join us and unwind, get inspired and find joy in books!
From islands, blue shores, bushland to red heart - Australia Reads