Toddler Tales this Thursday 10.30am at Augusta Library

Toddler Tales is the perfect introduction to storytime and includes stories, rhymes, songs, craft and music.

Participating Families are encouraged to borrow one of our Read Aloud Book Packs which contain books, rhymes and activities to try at home.

Toddler Tales is every second Thursday of the month

at 10.30 except school holidays.

Bookings are required, Please phone 9780 5600

to reserve your child’s place.

Toddler Tales at Augusta Library Thursday 10.30am

Toddler Tales is the perfect introduction to storytime and includes stories, rhymes, songs, craft and music.

Participating Families are encouraged to borrow one of our Read Aloud Book Packs which contain books, rhymes and activities to try at home.

Toddler Tales is every second Thursday of the month

at 10.30 except school holidays.

Bookings are required, Please phone 9780 5600

to reserve your child’s place.

Happy Children’s Book Week

Every year, all over Australia, we celebrate Children’s Book Week to highlight the many fantastic books for youth that are produced in this country. Children’s Book of the Year is also announced during this week and our libraries have the shortlisted and winning books on display for you to request.

The Shire of Augusta Margaret River Libraries also celebrate Children’s Book Week by inviting an award winning author or illustrator to visit our libraries and speak to local school students. This year, thanks to our sponsors The State Government of WA, Dept of Culture and the Arts, LotteryWest, Healthway and the  Go for2&5,  and the Children’s Book Council of Australia WA Branch, author Mark Greenwood visited both Margaret River and Augusta libraries and spoke to over 200 students from local primary schools.

Mark Greenwood discussed the origins and inspirations for his books, from simple rhyming text through to the extensive research involved in creating historical fiction, from the development of a storyline, through the stages involved in preparing for publication.

More information on Mark Greenwood can be found at www.markgreenwood.com.au and his books can be reserved online at http://amrlibraries.worldcat.org/ using your library card.

We would like to thank our sponsors for making our event with author Mark Greenwood happen:

 

 

 

 

Toddler Tales Storytime at Augusta Library this Thursday at 10.30am

Toddler Tales is the perfect introduction to storytime and includes stories, rhymes, songs, craft and music.

Participating Families are encouraged to borrow one of our Read Aloud Book Packs which contain books, rhymes and activities to try at home.

 

Toddler Tales is every second Thursday of the month

at 10.30 except school holidays.

Bookings are required, Please phone 9780 5600

to reserve your child’s place.

 

 

 

Reporting of cyber-bullying and offensive material

Did you know that there are 2 separate services provided by the Federal Government, to enable the reporting of cyber-bullying and offensive materials online?

Under 18’s who wish to report cyber-bullying & illegal content, or get help removing offensive online material, should visit the Office of the eSafety Commissioner online.

Adults who wish to report cybercrime incidents which may breach Australian law should visit ACORN (Australian Cybercrime Online Reporting Network) online. Click here to visit ACORN.

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Contact the Libraries

Margaret River Library

Fearn Avenue, Margaret River WA 6285
Phone: (08) 9780 5600
Email: amrlibrary@amrshire.wa.gov.au