Local librarians Brigitte Kenney and Brodie Thorpe encourage you to take a photo of yourself reading in your library in May!
During May, take a photo of yourself reading in one of Gympie Regional Libraries. Then, post it to Instagram or Facebook using the hashtag #gympieregionallibraries.
The competition begins on Monday May 1 and ends at 12 noon on Friday May 26 (the last day of Library and Information Week). A winner will be drawn randomly and will receive a Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 courtesy of Go Digi!
Make your own cleaning products
Celebrate minimising your impact on the environment by learning how to make your own laundry liquid, deodorant and hand softener. This session is at the Tin Can Bay Library on Wednesday May 24 at 10-11am, bookings essential on 54864355.
Keep up to date with our Techno Thursdays classes.
May is email month at all Gympie Regional Libraries. We will show you the basics of getting started and using an email account. Sessions will be held at the Rainbow Beach Library on Thursday May 18, 10am-12noon (phone 54863705 to book) and at the Tin Can Bay Library on Thursday May 18, 2-4pm (phone 54864355 to book).
A bone to pick
By Charlaine Harris
Aurora Teagarden is a part-time librarian struggling to make ends meet when she inherits a house, lots of money, a marmalade cat and something totally unexpected.
Should she go to the police and implicate her benefactor or should she snoop around the neighbourhood looking for clues? Aurora can’t help herself: of course she has to solve this gruesome problem regardless of the danger to herself.
Between lost romances, potential romances, a dominating mother and a series of house breaks and this awful ‘thing’ she has in her possession, Aurora is treading a dangerous path.
When the protagonists are finally exposed, the whole scenario dissolves into a comedy. This is ‘tongue in cheek’ crime fiction, a mixture of romance and crime and an easy relaxing read. It is part of the Aurora Teagarden series.