Welcome to the Bland Shire library
The Great War, History Week talk
Book Launch - "Out of the Mists: The Hidden History of Elizabeth Jessie Hickman"
Flashback - Fashion Photography Exhibition
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NEW - Smartmaths Practice
Monthly Prize Draws
Borrow and win
Monthly prize draw for young readers between 5 & 16.
Your favourite magazines are now digital.
CWA Country of Study
The CWA Country of Study for 2014 is Botswana. Click on the flag for more detailed information as compiled by the Central Northern Regional library.
Ancestry Library Edition
Ancestry Library Edition provides the most genealogical information available on-line, with more than five billion names in more than 4000 collections. It offers a wide and diverse variety of unique content to help users trace their family lineage or help historian’s access historical records that have previously not been available online. It is continuously expanding with new content regularly being added.
Content highlights include: Australian census information, England and Wales Census Collection, 1851 – 1901 England and Wales Civil Registration Index, 1837 – present, convict registers and a wide range of New South Wales and Australian family history resources.
Please note that Ancestry can only be accessed from the library.
Down load eAudiobooks and eBooks and borrow instantly from home. You can access this collection 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You can even download the App from the itunes store or from google play by selecting "Borrow Box app".
YourTutor connects thousands of students around Australia to professional tutors who provide instant help and coaching in all main subjects for students Yr 4 to Yr 12. YourTutor is available week days from 4 pm to 8 pm. Click on the YourTutor link and then enter your library membership number. In a few minutes the YourTutor system will match you with a tutor in your area of need. For further information, contact library staff on 02-6979 0272
World Book Encyclopedia online
Click on the above link to access the World Book, type in your library card number to access this site.