Need study help? yourtutor is here to assist

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What is YourTutor?

It’s online, one-to-one help for students in years 3-12 with homework and study questions, a free service offered by the Shire of Augusta Margaret River libraries.

Students can get help with questions in maths, writing, English, science and more, by connecting to a network of qualified subject experts on-demand, or by uploading a written file any time for feedback within 24 hours.

The YourTutor ‘online classroom’ includes a typed chat with a live tutor, an interactive whiteboard where you can draw with the tutor, and the ability to share links and files for review.

When and how?

Log in here or follow the links from amrlibraries.com and log in by using your Shire library card number, for free.

Live tutors are available Sunday – Friday, 1pm – 10pm or you can upload your writing draft 24/7 any time you like, and your file will be returned to you with helpful feedback in less than 24 hours.

Win a free 3 day pass to the Margaret River Readers & Writers Festival!

Through its sponsorship, the Shire of Augusta Margaret River has 4 x 3-day passes to give away to some lucky members of our community who would like to attend the Margaret River Readers & Writers Festival.

Drop into the Augusta Library or the Margaret River Library to fill out an entry form.

Prizes will be drawn at 4pm on Thursday 1st June, and winners notified by phone.

Click here to find out more about the festival.

Children’s Book Launch at Margaret River Library to celebrate Library and Information Week

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To celebrate National Library and Information Week, local author and Illustrator Sally Fawcett will launch her new book Through the gate  on Thursday 25th May at 4pm. Please RSVP for catering purposes on 9780 5600

Library and Information Week has been organised by the Australian Library and Information Association to promote the value of reading and literacy, the  importance of Australia’s book industry and the role of libraries. The week also hopes to showcase the many varied resources and services that libraries provide to the community.

More information on Library Week can be found at https://www.alia.org.au/liw

Author talk by Sarah Evans

‘Seasons and seasonings in a teapot: an anthology of rural family life’

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Thursday 18th May, 6 – 7:30 pm with light refreshments served after the talk

Sarah is an ex-pat former journalist. She lives on a 20-acre hobby farm with her husband and family. She writes memoir, novels, novellas, short stories, poetry and songs. She’s home schooled her four children, co-ordinates Bridgetown’s Words in the Valley Readers and Writers Festival, teaches creative writing, edits for a children’s publisher and attempts a modicum of self sufficiency. In her spare time, she sleeps.

Come along and hear her entertaining talk about her lifestyle recipe book. Please RSVP by 17th May for catering purposes. Ph: 9780 5600 or Email: [email protected]