Can you guess our hottest title at the moment? You can find out on TAFEcat after selecting St George as your local library. You might also like to browse the list of New items added to the collection over the summer vacation. There are books on information technology, sociology, finance, real estate, human resources, fine arts, graphic design, etc.
You may have seen an article in last Thursday’s Leader (22 October 2009) about a new book, Rivers and Resilience, that was published recently. The book traces the fascinating history of the Georges River since colonisation, focusing on the Aboriginal inhabitants. The authors, Professor Heather Goodall and Dr Allison Cadzow, grew up in Padstow and Hurstville respectively and spent […]
New books which you are welcome to borrow ,from the display area are: Ultimate outdoor kitchen :inspirational designs and plans by Michelle Kodis True blue?:on being Australian by Peter Goldworthy The handbook of International Trade and finance by Grath Anders Fashion brands:branding style from Armani to Zara by Mark Tangate Conflict management: a practical […]
This is the title of one of our new books that you might enjoy reading in light of the current world economic crisis. It can be found on the shelves at 332.46/LEWI. Dear Mr Rudd: ideas for a better Australia (320.994/DEAR), Too stressed to think? (155.518/FOX), True green home: 100 ideas to help you create […]
Your Library has just received new paperback fiction books and music CDs donated by St. George College Student Association . James Patterson and Danielle Steele are some of the popular authors of the paperbacks. Good Charlotte, Justin Timberlake and Alicia Keyes are some of the artists on the new CDs. These will be avaliable to borrow by next term. The […]
Not many people will know that Mark Twain visited Australia. In 1895 Twain’s adventures in Australia led to his humorous and insightful account, “The Wayward tourist”. Travel through time in this interesting account of how scientific discoveries that have changed our world came about. What is phrenology and where did it begin? What was […]
During the past few months our library has received a substantial number of new books. If you click onto the following website, you can read about these new books in detail . http://tafecat.tafensw.edu.au/uhtbin/cgisirsi/0/X/0/57/28/1023/X?user_id=stgweb
Hi everyone, There are some new books which you might find interesting. One is called “Don’t bother me, mom, I’m learning! : how computer and video games are preparing your kids for 21st century success and how you can help.” “This is a positive guide for parents concerned about their kids’ video and computer game […]