Find below a list of resources we have compiled to help you find your next great read.
What’s Next? is the Riverina Regional Library’s podcast for book lovers. Amy Heap will be your personal librarian, helping you to 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.
Five days of fog by Anna Freeman
by rrlreads on April 5, 2020 at 11:09 pm
We are dropped into the life of Florrie for five days, during the Great Smog of London in 1952. Florrie is waiting the return of her mother from jail, who is part of a family criminal gang. Anna is great… Continue reading →
The museum of modern love by
by rrlreads on April 5, 2020 at 11:05 pm
The Museum of Modern Love is set during Marina Abramović’s 75 day art work, The Artist is Present, at MOMA in New York City. There are lots of facts about Abramović‘s life and career, as it introduces characters who become… Continue reading →
Trust excercise by Susan Choi
by rrlreads on April 5, 2020 at 10:57 pm
Trust Exercise is set in a hot, sprawling, unnamed American town in the 1980s, with teenagers attending an exclusive performing arts school. It’s about the intensity of teenagers’ feelings, first love, the need to belong, the creation and abuse of… Continue reading →
The yield by Tara June Winch
by rrlreads on March 29, 2020 at 10:52 pm
August Gondiwindi returns home after ten years of wandering, when her grandfather dies. She finds her home about to taken by a mining company, and she is overwhelmed by the stories of her country. It’s a story of the horrors… Continue reading →
The strangers we know by Pip Drysdale
by rrlreads on March 29, 2020 at 10:47 pm
This was an entertaining thriller that kept the momentum going throughout the story. Told in a conversational tone by the main character Charlie (which included great asides) it grabbed me from the start and drew me into the story. It… Continue reading →