Shire of Augusta Margaret River Libraries

Beamafilm period dramas – free with your library membership


If 2020 isn’t doing it for you, take a break from the present and travel back in time with a Beamafilm period drama.

Below is a selection of some of the titles now available – but there are more!

Have your library membership card handy and click here to find out how to access your free Beamafilm account.


Virtual author talk with Gary Linnell – this Thursday!

Enjoy this live event from home via Zoom, at 5.30pm on Thursday 26 November.

Walkley-winning writer Garry Linnell brings us the tragic love story of Captain Moonlite, an Irish-born preacher who becomes, along with Ned Kelly, one of the nation’s most notorious and celebrated criminals. Hear how this true and epic tale was brought to life.

Register online at to book your spot in this live event. If you have any questions you would like to ask please email them to: prior to the event.

This event is made possible by Public Libraries WA, in partnership with Penguin Random House Publishing.

Keto, Paleo, Low-carb?

What should you eat? How should you eat it? When should you eat it? Should you go Keto? Paleo? Low-carb? Fasting? Or do nothing at all?

There are many approaches to dieting nowadays, and we have some of them covered with this week’s new books.

Click on the image to make a reservation, or have a look at our e-Book suppliers and borrow it straight away.

Life in the fasting lane Not a diet book by James Smith Super human by Dave Asprey 4 seasons solution : the groundbreaking new plan for feeling better, living well and powering down our alwayson lives by Salas Hartwig Food: wtf should i eat? by dr mark Hyman
Keto : a woman's guide and cookbook by Tashsa Metcalf Living low carb by Jonny Bowden CloudLibrary online resource

Nutrition is the feature of this week’s online new books.
If you are visiting the library we also have our New Books Display, with a larger selection of books to chose from.
Click on the image to go straight to the catalogue and place your hold.
Look for these symbols which tell you if the item is also available as an e-book or e-audiobook:
CloudLibrary online resource= cloudLibrary = BorrowBox = Overdrive
Click here to find out more about how to use cloudLibrary, BorrowBox and Overdrive.





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Margaret River Library

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Phone: (08) 9780 5600