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What's happening at Mandurah Libraries
Juke Box Lady
Want to start a small business or currently operating one?
Do you have an interest in the entertainment industry?
Then you need to meet Jukebox Lady! Come and hear how Annette Raison decided to make a 'me' change in her mature years and turned her passion for performing into a successful business. She won the CEBA Best Home-Based Business Award 2012/13 for her professional approach to running a business in a challenging industry.
Jukebox Lady will show you that it is never too late to make a change.
Come let her inspire you with her words and entertain you with her music.
Tuesday 29 April 6pm - 7.30pm Mandurah Library
Email email@example.com or phone 95503650 for more information.
Writers in the Library - May
Michael Pelusey – Workshop Capturing and Sharing the Essence
Coming back with great holiday images is not much use to anybody if they remain hidden from the world on your camera.
This two hour presentation is all about utilising your images in the current world of magazine publishing and social media. Michael and Jane Pelusey are experts in their field. Their photography and writing has been published in numerous newspapers, magazines and books – with international publishers and self-publishing under their own independent publishing business. They have written over 80 books in the last twelve years with over 300,000 books sold.
When: Thursday May 15, 5.30pm - 7.30pm
Where: Mandurah Library
Book your place by phoning 08 9550 3650 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Light refreshments will be provided.
Taking some pressure off parents
“How do you calculate the volume of a sphere?” or “What’s the difference between an element and a compound?” are probably not questions you want to hear at the end of a long day.
Parents often say that helping their child with homework in the evenings can be stressful. Students can get frustrated, tension can be high near exam times, and for some parents it has been a few years since studying those subjects themselves.
The library provides free yourtutor access - online, on-demand help from real-life local teachers and tutors. This means that when a student has a question in maths, English, writing, the sciences and more, they can get some guidance, without needing to ask mum or dad. The online tutor will never ‘give’ an answer, students will build confidence, critical thinking, and come to an answer independently, and parents are relieved of the pressure to be ‘subject experts’ after-hours.
Students can sign up for their own library member card number to sign in for free, from the library or from home. http://yourtutor.com.au/watch
Zinio eMagazines for Libraries
Zinio for Libraries offers a selection of popular magazine titles to library members. Read titles online or download the app and enjoy magazines on your PC, Tablet or mobile device. We have 26 titles to choose from.
Do you love chatting about your favourite books or authors? With the new online book clubs, you can now do it online! The Online Book Club @ Mandurah Libraries uses Twitter, Facebook and a blog and with a new topic each month, you can contribute anythime or anywhere.
Fabulous reads in April
Looking for some fabulous reads to while away those lazy autumn days? The look no further, because during April the conversation is all about famous female characters.
Fiesty, feminine and fun female characters often take the front seat
when it comes to your favourites. They’re renowned for wit, charm and
brilliance, but not every heroine has to be on the ‘good guys team’.
Whether it’s Stephanie Plum, Sookie Stackhouse or Katniss Everdeen,
everyone has a favourite female character.
Share your favourite autumn reads on the Online Book Club @ Mandurah Libraries
Visit our Book Clubs page for more information.
Storytime and Craft - now on Sundays
Mandurah Library, Sunday 11.00am
Sunday is funday at Mandurah Library with storytime and craft activities at 11am. There’s a different theme each week.
Keep an eye out for Dragons, Puppets, Wild Things and The Big Draw.
Mandurah Digital Hub now open
eBooks from Overdrive
Library members are now able to use their membership cards to download up to five eBooks from Overdrive. The Western Australian Digital Media Collection contains thousands of fiction and non-fiction eBooks with new titles being added regularly.
Visit http://wapldmc.lib.overdrive.com/ to access the collection.
New audio eBooks service
Connect, download, listen... Now you can download your favourite book free to your mp3, iPod or iPhone. The City's libraries bring you romance, thrillers, mystery, childrens, teens, non-fiction, self-help, language and much more in audiobooks, Playaway and large print formats and e-audiobook downloadable format.
For the complete range, click here to view the catalogue.