Browse New Books From Home

This week we have a refreshed display of New Books at the Library. If you are visiting us in the next two weeks you will be able to browse the shelves and place a hold on titles that interest you.

But, if you are unable to visit us, we have curated a sample of the books on display here so you can reserve them from home.

Let us know what you think of our selection and remember to visit Cloudlibrary to browse new eBooks and eAudios  available to borrow now.

The liar's dictionary by Eley Williams A room called earth by Madeleine Ryan The ways of the bushwalker. on foot in Australia, by Melissa HarperHow to handle a crowd by Anika Gupta Lapsed by Monica Dux The last bookshop by Emma Young Legacy of war by Wilbur Smith My tidda, my sister: stories of strength and resilience from Australia's first women Final revival od Opal and Nev by Dawnie Walton Pushing back by John Kinsella Radio life by Derek B. Miller The silk house by Kayte Nunn Soar by David McAlister Solo. how to work alone, and not lose your mind. By Rebecca Seal The angel of Waterloo by Jackie French The serpent's skin by Erina Reddan This chicken life: stories of chickens and te Asutralians who love them. by Fiona Scott-Normal, Ila Rose. Troy by Stephen Fry We can ll eat that: raise healthy, adventurous eaters and help prevent food alergies.. By Pam Brook, Srah Swan and Sam Gowing. Filmmaking for Dummies by Bryan Michael Stoller

Dreaming of travelling

The Library has a collection dedicated to travel literature which has been recently updated. Here are some new books to inspire you, or help you to plan that dream trip, whenever that may be. You can borrow the books bellow by clicking on the image to place a hold on the title.

Moon Copenhagen and Beyond Rick Steves France 2020


Now, If you like to read it on your device, you can download travel books and guides and read it on the go with CloudLibrary

But, If you are new to CloudLibrary simple follow this link to register your library card and start borrowing.

If you need assistance contact the Library on 9780 5600


New Books on Early Childhood Education

Our  Early Childhood Education collection has been updated, with new resources suitable for teachers and parents alike.

There is a wide range of topics to chose from, including outdoor learning,  sensory activities, special educational needs and computer skills in the early years. You can also find books on emotional intelligence and resilience.

Please click on the image to browse other titles in the collection.

The Footpath Library – providing access to e-books and e-audiobooks for everyone

Books are food for the mind and soul for anyone who loves to read.

The Footpath Library was developed to provide free access to books for everyone, and especially for those who may be experiencing particular hardship in their lives right now.

The Footpath Library provides free access to e-books and e-audiobooks without requiring you to provide identification or proof of address.

The library offers thousands of popular titles for children, teens and adults – plus a special selection of wellbeing titles aimed particularly at teens.

To access this service, please email and request your free log-in details.

Click here to explore the range of titles online now.



National Reconciliation Week is 27 May – 3 June

This year’s theme “More than a word. Reconciliation takes action,” aims to encourage people to actively take action in matters of inequality and inspire people to safeguard the basic rights of Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander peoples, raising the alarm when they are denied, ignored or diminished. The Reconciliation Report can be read here:  Reconciliation Report 2021 

Here is a sample of the resources we have at the library, please click on the images to place a hold on the item.

Calling all Dune fans.

Frank Herbert created a deeply complex and enthralling universe in the series Dune, which is soon to become a movie.

If you are a sci-fi fan and never read Frank Herbert, here is your chance to meet one of the most accomplished sci-fi writers, who precedes Star Wars, Matrix and many others.

Click on the image to place a hold on the title, or listen now to Dune and other Frank Herbert’s stories on CloudLibrary

You can also watch different versions of the movie on Kanopy 

Put your best foot forward with a perfect resume!

Would you like someone to look over your resume and give you some feedback?

This service is available for all our library members, free of charge, via Studiosity.

Have your library card handy and follow the steps below to get started.

Click here to go to Studiosity, then select Writing Feedback:

Follow the instructions and upload your resume for feedback. Tip: Remove personal details such as name and date of birth before uploading, then add them in later.


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Margaret River Library

Fearn Avenue, Margaret River WA 6285
Phone: (08) 9780 5600