Events

Library and Information Week- Victoria Park Library

Natasha Lester- The French Photographer

The Victoria Park Library will be celebrating Library and Information Week this year by inviting special guest author Natasha Lester to chat with Emily Paull about her journey from a marketing executive to becoming an award winning author.
Her novel The Paris Seamstress is in the top 10 Australian bestsellers and her latest book The French Photographer is inspired by the true story of Lee Miller, Vogue model turned female war photojournalist and is a story of courage, family and forgiveness crossing from a war-torn Europe to New York.
Thursday May 23rd, 6-7.30pm
Victoria Park Library, 27 Sussex St, East Victoria Park 6101
Bookings essential- book tickets here.

Buzz Week- Victoria Park Library

Alice Nelson- The Children's House

Alice Nelson has been named the Sydney Morning Herald’s Best Young Australian Novelist and won the T.A.G. Hungerford Award for her first novel, The Last Sky.
Alice’s new novel, The Children’s House, refers to the place in an Israeli kibbutz where children live. The idea is that the children belong to the nation, not their parents, and they can only grow into strong Jewish people for Israel if they are raised communally in the Children’s House.
This character driven novel skilfully weaves together stories of displacement, love and the lasting effects of trauma into a beautifully told, hope-filled, outstanding story.
Join Alice for a lively chat with host Emily Paull.
Tuesday 28th May 6-7.30pm
Victoria Park Library, 27 Sussex St, East Victoria Park 6101
Bookings essential- book tickets here.



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