The Paint The Ridge REaD Dhinawan Street Library

The Paint The Ridge REaD Dhinawan Street Library

  In the lead up to this event the Dhinawan who lives at Little Diggers Preschool and Child Care Centre visited services in our community… the Lightning Ridge Central School, Youth Centre, Walanbaa Dhurrali, Lightning Ridge Preschool, and the LR Play Group…...
Meet Toni a Street Library Hunter

Meet Toni a Street Library Hunter

I started visiting my local street libraries after an end of year clear out left me with about 30 books that I wanted to donate. In trying to find out where I could donate them I learned that there are about 80 street libraries within a two hour drive of home! So, I...
Celebrating 2000 registered Street Libraries!

Celebrating 2000 registered Street Libraries!

Introducing the Guha family (from Hughes, ACT) with four kids aged between 3 to 15. Books are very important part of this family’s life and so they wanted to share their love with their community. There are so many Street Libraries in their vicinity and they...
Read more about ReFrame

Read more about ReFrame

ReFrame is a youth mental health service for people aged 12-25 and whom live in Wollondilly and Wingecarribee shires. Mental health is not separate to physical health so ReFrame aims to provide holistic intervention and a person doe not require a diagnosis or ‘mental...
Launching Jacyln Moriarty’s beautiful new book

Launching Jacyln Moriarty’s beautiful new book

Street Library is delighted to help launch the beautiful new book from Jaclyn Moriarty, Gravity is the Thing, which is publishing next Tuesday, 26 March. To celebrate, a number of brand new books with a letter from Jaci herself will be hidden in Street Libraries all...
Books: why the Internet hasn’t killed them off

Books: why the Internet hasn’t killed them off

Are the stacks of books in your library still alive? Why keep them if they are not? Why does our attachment to the printed word not waver in the face of its digital counterpart? Source: Books: why the Internet hasn’t killed them off