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Don't miss this wonderful opportunity!!
Deb Abela Visiting Coffs Harbour Library
Well known children’s author Deb Abela, will be at the library on 18th September as part of her visit to the area.
Deb will be conducting writing workshops at the library for primary school children throughout the day, and in the evening, you will have the opportunity to meet Deb as our guest speaker, at Coffs Harbour City Library.
Deb will talk about her writing and her career as a writer. She will also share some tips and ideas for writers on how to “get published”.
To reserve a place at the evening with Deb, or to obtain further information about the scheduled writing workshops, contact the library.
Deborah is proud to be a NSW National Year of Reading ambassador.
Message shared from Coffs Harbour City Council Library
The library is very pleased to announce its new ebook and e-audiobook lending services for library members.
Over 200 ebooks to download, including fiction, travel and biographies aimed for adult and young adult readers (ebooks are books in electronic format for reading on computers or electronic portable devices).
Over 800 e-audiobooks to download, providing an extensive rang of fiction and non-fiction titles for all ages to listen to.
A dozen pre-loaded genre-based e-readers for loan - for those who want to experience "e-reading" and who don't yet own their own device.
For further info visit Coffs Harbour City Council Library
Visit this library site for lots of interesting upcoming activities including Lego in the Library (school holiday activity); Michael Rothbottom-Michael grew up in Coffs Harbour and attended Orara High School. He worked as a journalist in the U.S., the U.K. and Australia before turning to writing novels.
He will be speaking about Say you're sorry and his life as a writer at the C.ex Coffs Club on Wednesday 12th Sept 6pm for a 6.30 start.
Check out information on National Year of ReadingChildren’s Creative writing / drawing competition for young authors and illustrators