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Some eResources unavailable Sunday 20 January 2019

Please note ancestry.com, Ebook Central and ProQuest will be unavailable Sunday 20 January 11am-7pm AWST due to scheduled maintenance. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

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2018 Western Australian Premier's Books Awards

The Western Australian Premier’s Book Awards aims to support, develop and recognise excellence in writing. Entries close 18 February 2019.

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Stream FREE movies with your library membership

Did you know that you can access FREE movies, tv shows and documentaries through Kanopy with your library membership?

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Steve Goes to Carnival

Saturday 29 September to Sunday 20 January

From concept to picture book, join Steve on his adventure through Rio’s Carnival and explore how this story came into existence.

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More and More and More

Thursday 27 September to Monday 21 January

Explore illustrations from Ian Mutch’s new picture book More and More and More.

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Every Mother's Son is Guilty: Policing the Kimberley Frontier of Western Australia 1882-1905

Tuesday 22 January

Dr Chris Owen provides a compelling account of policing in the Kimberley district from 1882-1905.

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Like Nothing on this Earth: A Literary History of the Wheatbelt by Dr Tony Hughes-d'Aeth

Monday 18 February

Dr Tony Hughes-d’Aeth examines the creation of the wheatbelt.

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