May and June in the Libraries
Bookings are now open for our June events program! Come along to hear author Benjamin Law discuss his latest book, Gaysia, or learn all about the history of Glenferrie Road in Malvern.
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Open Book: Reading Pictures panel discussion
23 May, Toorak/South Yarra Library, 6.30pm
Book online or call : 8290 8000
As part of the Literature Alive festival, author/illustrator Amanda Cooper will lead a discussion about ‘reading pictures’ with accomplished children's authors and illustrators Elizabeth Honey, Mark Wilson and Kevin Burgemeestre.
Literature Alive: open a page and imagine
13 -23 May, All Libraries
Literature Alive is a two-week festival that will breathe life into literature though a series of events that aim to encourage children and adults to get involved in activities that promote an appreciation of books and reading. The festival includes exhibitions of original children's book illustrations, a panel discussion with celebrate children's authors and illustrators and a chance for kids to create stories at Prahran Market.
Check out the full program of events.
Magazines Suggestions for 2014
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