"Book lovers never go to bed alone"
The theme of this year’s statewide National Trust Heritage Festival is an opportunity to recognise the impact of individuals in shaping their community.
Mosman Library is offering free workshops to learn about documenting ‘everyman’s life.’…Continue
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Anne Frank's story is one of the most well known Holocaust story. It follows the life of Anne Frank during World War Two, Anne was a jew along with her family, hiding in the Secret Annexe from the Nazis, so they wouldn't be caught. The diary has started 12th June 1942 till 1st August 1944.
I first started reading Anne Frank's Diary last year and finished it quite recently. I knew her fate because Anne Frank was well known and I heard of her before. I was quite interested in…Continue
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Alan Shapiro is being interviewed (play audio below) by Father Roderick Vonhögen recently at Amsterdam's Public Library.
Although the book was published in 2004 it is still a bestseller! (Due to us Trekkie Fans)
This podcast below however is intriguing…Continue
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I got into Harry Potter when I was in year one (so roughly when I was 6 going on 7) and I saw the first movie on the big screen. It made me fell in love with the whole fantasy things (I think the whole Harry Potter thing made me have a big imagination or so called 'horror' by my mum who thinks that my imagination should be smaller not bigger like it is now). I kept watching the films and still I really enjoy it but Í still haven't started reading the books. Until the Spring of 2005 where I…Continue
To carry on from Wallerawang's St Patrick's Day Blog here is a link to the Irish Book Awards site for the 2009 winners in the fiction category. Some great reads especially the Secret Scripture by Sebastian Barry
This week we’re kicking off a monthly series of talks on digital culture with an exploration of…Continue
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He Wishes For The Cloths Of Heaven
By William Butler Yeats (1865-1939)
Had I the heavens' embroidered cloths,…Continue
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And the Acadamy Award Winner is !!!!
Great Fiction & True Stories, transformed into Hollywood Magic!!!
Stanley Tucci in “The Lovely…Continue
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Here is a link to a brief review from the NYU School of Medicine Literature, Arts and Medicine Database http://litmed.med.nyu.edu/Annotation?
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Come along to Mosman Library on Thursday 18 March, 6pm-8pm, for Everything you wanted to know about Wikipedia but were too afraid to ask.