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.
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A list with links to the major literary prizes in Australia and around the world.
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- Feel free by Zadie Smithby rrlreads on April 19, 2021 at 12:17 am
This collection of essays begins with one about libraries, a very good start indeed. I love Zadie Smith’s fiction, and very much enjoyed many of the essays, especially those about books I have read, or places I have been or… Continue reading →
- The bone sparrow by Zana Fraillonby rrlreads on April 19, 2021 at 12:13 am
A moving story filled with sorrow and hope. Subhi was born in a detention centre – it is the only world he knows and it is not a pretty world. Then one night Jimmie appears from Outside and it changes… Continue reading →
- All our shimmering skies by Trent Daltonby rrlreads on April 19, 2021 at 12:04 am
Set in Darwin in 1942, All Our Shimmering Skies is about Molly Hook, a motherless girl, daughter of a gravedigger, looking to the skies for hope. When Japanese bombs begin to fall, she sets off on a quest in the… Continue reading →
- The funny thing about Norman Foreman by Julietta Hendersonby rrlreads on April 12, 2021 at 12:24 am
Four and a half stars for this bittersweet, funny, and heart-warming book. Twelve year-old Norman Foreman lives in Cornwall with his mum, and his best friend, Jax, has just died. Norman and Jax were a comedy duo with plans to… Continue reading →
- People of abandoned characterby rrlreads on April 12, 2021 at 12:20 am
This story is woven through the Jack the Ripper stories. Susannah marries a doctor without much thought and it quickly dissolves into disaster. The storyline was interesting but I did not connect with Susannah and her rambling thoughts. In parts… Continue reading →