Mar, 2019

Moonie Storytime

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Storytime is held at the Moonie Library in conjunction with the Moonie Playgroup. Our next session with Sheridan will be Thursday 28th March from 9:30am. Our Storytime for Kids sessions are carefully planned to enhance early literacy skills, and feature stories, songs, and fun craft activities based around a monthly theme. Storytime for Kids is best suited to children aged 3–5, but everyone is welcome. For more info, call us at 1300 COUNCIL or email us at moonie.rtc@nullwdrc.qld.gov.au  



Nov, 2018

Tic Toc stop the clock!

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The wait is finally over! Kate Morton’s latest novel “The Clockmaker’s Daughter” is on the shelves throughout Western Downs Libraries. If it’s not available in your branch and you just can’t wait for it to be returned, reserve another copy here. Or download it as an eAudio or an ebook through our Borrowbox.  Three ways to enjoy her latest title.  Which one suits you best? Another favourite Aussie of ours in Moonie is Belinda Alexandra, her new book is due to hit shelves all over Australia in late October.  Never read […]



Oct, 2018

Homegrown talent

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Australia has an enormous amount of homegrown talent when it comes to the literary world. The top 10 voted by Booktopia members for 2018 are: 1.  Matthew Reilly  2. Liane Moriarty  3.  Mem Fox  4.  Anh Do  5.  Tim Winton  6.  Bryce Courtenay  7.   John Marsden 8. Monica McInerney  9.  Andy Griffiths  10. Di Morrissey Our favourites here in Moonie also include: Jane Harper, author of The Dry and who will have a new novel out late October browse here , Hannah Kent, author of Burial Rites browse here, Kirsty Manning, author of The Jade […]