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Archive for July, 2009

New fiction June 09

Posted by rportelli on July 17, 2009

New fiction is now available in the library

Dust by Christine Bongers (BON)

The visconti house by Elsbeth Edgar (EDG)

If I stay by Gayle Forman (FOR)

The sea-wreck stranger by Anna Mackenzie (MAC)

The fury in the fire by Henning Mankell (MAN)

They told me I had to write this by Kim Miller (MIL)

The book from Baden Dark by James Moloney (MOL)

The vampire diaries:  the struggle by L. J. Smith (SMI)

The vampire diaries:  the reunion by L. J. Smith (SMI)

The vampire diaries:  the fury by L. J. Smith (SMI)

Letters to leonardo by Dee White (WHI)

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Competition & Blog

Posted by SalesianLibrary on July 16, 2009

I’ve recently (as in just now) found out about a great little website called Windowpane Memoirs. The creator was such a great reader and fan of reading that she decided to start her own website. It has lots of reviews and, the main reason I’m letting you know about the blog, competitions.

Right now the site is running a Harry Potter competition, which is perfect considering the next movie has been released! Click here to be directed to information about the competition and to enter yourself. Or click here to go to the home page of Windowpane Memoirs.

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Holidays & Envy, the new Luxe novel

Posted by SalesianLibrary on July 14, 2009

Welcome back from your holidays! I hope everyone enjoyed themselves, despite the cold weather. I can’t believe it’s already term 3! This year is going so fast.

envy

I’ve arrived back to work with a few new novels on our shelves which was a bit exciting. Those who are reading the Luxe series by Anna Godbersen at the moment will be happy to know that the next book in the series ‘Envy’ has arrived and is ready for borrowing. We’ve also just received a few books from the Vampire Diaries series by LJ Smith.

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