Mark Tedeschi QC / At The Library

2-Nov-2016. 7:00 PM

From the bestselling author of
Kidnapped and Eugenia, comes the story of Australia’s unsung civil rights hero.

The most sensational trial of mass
murder in Australia’s legal history
occurred in 1883 when eleven convicts and former convicts were put on trial for the murder of 28 aboriginal men,
women and children at Myall Creek.

Pre-paid bookings essential
Adults $10.00 Pensioners/Students $8.00 (Passes must be shown).

For all enquiries contact Mosman Library Service on 9978-4091
Pages and Pages on 9969-9736 or Book Online 
Barry O’Keefe Library
605 Military Road, Mosman

John Flanagan / Authors After School

3-Nov-2016. 4:00 PM

What really happened at Hackham Heath that made Halt a hero to the entire Kingdom? This is the prequel Ranger's Apprentice fans have been waiting for. When Baron Morgarath escaped to avoid punishment for treason, an uneasy peace fell on Araluen. But the Rangers know Morgarath will be planning his next move. King Duncan must prepare for war.
Morgarath’s force of savage, inhuman Wargals seems unstoppable against Duncan’s depleted army. One wrong move could mean defeat. At the Battle of Hackham Heath, the fate of a Kingdom will be decided.
The origin story of how Halt came to be Araluen’s most famous Ranger – and how war will shape the future of the next generation – will thrill Ranger’s Apprentice fans and new readers alike.
John Flanagan's Ranger's Apprentice and Brotherband adventure series have sold more than eight million copies worldwide. His books are available in more than one hundred countries, are regularly on the New York Times bestseller list, and have had multiple award shortlistings and wins in Australia and overseas. John, a former television and advertising writer, lives with his wife in Sydney.

Stephanie Alexander / SOLD OUT

03-Nov-2016. 7:00 PM

In her milestone new book beloved cook and food educator, Stephanie Alexander, shares some of her favourite menus, most precious memories, and decades of experience in the kitchen, to make any dinner party you are planning a special occasion. Featuring 25 menus ranging from far and wide to close at hand, Stephanie begins each menu with an introduction, sharing the particular moments from her life that inspired each one. From trips to Peru, Italy and Istanbul to memories such as creating a ground breaking Valentine’s Day menu at Stephanie’s Restaurant and remembering Elizabeth David.

The Cook’s Table will sit alongside all your other Stephanie Alexander favourites to be read, shared, cooked from and enjoyed for years to come.

$125 includes a three course dinner and a glass of wine. For Bookings call The Bathers' office on 9969-5050

Mark Colvin / At the Library

23-Nov-2016. 7:00 PM

Mark Colvin is a broadcasting legend.
He is the voice of ABC Radio’s
leading current affairs program PM; he was a founding broadcaster for the groundbreaking youth station Double J and he initiated The World Today

His engrossing memoir takes you
inside the coverage of major news events and gently navigates the
complexity of his father’s double life.

Pre-paid bookings essential. 

Adults $10.00 Pensioners/Students $8.00 (Passes must be shown)