A list of resources we have compiled to help you find your next great read.
Sometimes getting lost in the pages of a good book can be just the cure you need for a broken heart, a stressful day at work or frazzled nerves. These Reading for Wellbeing booklists may help.
A list with links to the major literary prizes in Australia and around the world.
Our Book Club program contains around 250 kits. You may like to view the list of kits or form your own club.
For Teens and Kids
Hints for teens to find their next read.
Teens are welcome to join Book Club.
Hints for kids to find their next read.
Kids can also form their own Junior Book Club. You will find heaps of readings lists to suit all ages that have been created by our Children’s and Youth Librarian.
Daughter of mine by Fiona Lowe
by rrlreads on October 19, 2017 at 12:02 am
Although most events were predictable I enjoyed reading about this family in rural Victoria. It brings to light the affect of family secrets, experiences, expectations, history, perceptions and dynamics. Fiona has a great writing style that flows well. Find in… Continue reading &rarr […]
Terra nullius by Claire G. Coleman
by rrlreads on October 15, 2017 at 10:30 pm
I don’t want to give away too much about this thoughtful novel. It was completely different to the style of book I usually read. The author does a good job of grounding the reader into the story and then pulling… Continue reading &rarr […]
by rrlreads on October 15, 2017 at 10:25 pm
I love the X-Men movies, but fell behind with watching them, so am catching up now. Struggling to deal with the events of X-Men: The Last Stand, Wolverine is enticed to Japan where he encounters much fighting, a little romance… Continue reading &rarr […]