All those aged 18 to 36 months are welcome at Augusta Library to join us for Toddler Tales this Thursday 13th June at 10.30am. Bookings are essential as spaces are limited, please call 9780 5602 to reserve a place.
Book Bandicoots is a new program for kids over 8 years old who love reading and visiting their local public library. Each time a child borrows a book they receive a stamp on their Book Bandicoots card and after 10 visits and completing a book review, the card can then be used as a voucher to the Margaret River Bookshop. Book Bandicoots is a perfect graduation for those who have completed Reading Rabbits or just want to be rewarded for reading for fun.
Book Bandicoots is a partnership between the Shire of Augusta Margaret River Libraries, Rotary Club of Margaret River and the Margaret River Bookshop.
Please see our friendly library staff to participate and answer any of your questions.
BBC’s MUZZY helps young children to learn Italian, French, Spanish, Korean, Chinese or German – and is free for all library members.
Have your library card handy and click here to go to our Online resources for parents and children page, where you will find more information and a handy link to the site.
Please join us for a Toddler storytime at Augusta Library Thursday 9th May at 10.30am for rhymes, stories, songs, craft and a healthy morning tea.
Bookings are essential, please call 9780 5602 to book your 18 to 36 month old child’s place.
Congratulations to Jessica, who found a silver feather amongst the junior fiction books at Margaret River Library recently.
Jessica has won a signed book from an author at the Scribblers Festival in Claremont, as part of the Golden Feather Hunt.
There are still some feathers left to be found, come to your local public library to join in the hunt!
Kanopy films are available to library patrons free of charge. SLWA holds the subscription, which allows public library patrons to stream up to 4 movies per membership per month.
Kanopy features a dedicated ‘KIDS’ section, featuring streamed content to entertain your young ones, and help them learn and grow.
If you haven’t yet set up your Kanopy account, you can find instructions here.
To explore Kanopy Kids, simply log in to your Kanopy account, then click on the KIDS tab at the top.
You can browse kid-friendly TV series, movies, and even documentaries about science and maths.
Tumblebook Library is an easy-to-use online resource to educate and entertain children.
The read-along functionality can also be useful for adults who are learning to read English.
Click here to visit our E-resources for Parents and Children page, where you will find more information and links to Tumblebook Library.
We hope to see any keen readers over 10 years old at Margaret River Library on Monday 25th March at 4.30 for a chat about all things bookish, a little quiz, chances to win a book voucher and a fun challenge for the month.