New Manga, Comics and Graphic Novels added to Cabra Libraries.


Clcik on the pic for a list of new Graphic Fiction for 2015

New Manga In Senior Library

Take a look at the list of new Manga, comics and Graphic Novels added to the Cabra Library Collections so far this Year. That’s over 250 items so far this year.  New Graphic Fiction 2015 As well as the usual suspects we have been developing an interest in both illustrated novels and original graphic novels for older readers. For more info on Manga, comics and graphic novels check these links.

 

 

New Resources added to the Cabra Libraries May-June 2015.


Take a look at the long list of new acquisitions added to the Cabra Library Collections since the start of May this year. That’s almost 1000 items including almost 150 new DVDs for Loan. To view all the latest DVDs click below:

New DVDs May June July 2015

Click on the link to the right for the whole list: New Titles May June July 2015

If you don’t see what you want above, search our new OPAC (Online Public Access Catalogue) here,

or leave us a message with your requests for new titles.

New Titles added to the Cabra Libraries so far in 2015.


Take a look at the long list of new acquisitions added to the Cabra Library Collections so far this Year. That’s well over 1000 items in 12 weeks including more than 50 new DVDs for loan.

Click on the link for the whole list: New titles up to 4 May 2015

Check out our growing list of Periodical Titles for Loan too: Periodicals May 2015

 

New Titles added to the Cabra Libraries in Term 3, 2014.


Check out our newset titlesTake a look at the long list of new acquisitions added to the Cabra Library Collections  in Term 3 this Year. That’s well over 1000 items in 10 weeks including more than 70 DVDs for loan.

Click on the link for the whole list: new titles Term 3 2014

 

New Titles added to the Cabra Libraries in Term 2, 2014.


Check out our newset titlesTake a look at the long list of new acquisitions added to the Cabra Library Collections so in Term 2 this Year. That’s well over 1000 items in the less than 10 weeks including more than 150 DVDs for loan.

Click on the links below for the whole list or just check out the New DVDs added in Term 2, 2014

New titles Term 2, 2014

 

New Titles added to the Cabra Libraries so far in Term 1.


Take a look at the long list of new acquisitions added to the Cabra Library Collections so far in Term 1 this Year. That’s over 500 items in the first 5 weeks of the year including almost 70 new DVDs for loan.

New Books Term 1 2014  New DVDs for Loan so far in Term 1

Click on the link below for the whole list or just check out the new DVDs so far this year.

Term 1 2014 Acquisitions so far

New DVDs Term 1 2014 so far

My Story My Content: Short Film Competition


my story my contentDo you like films? Do you like making videos? Fancy yourself as the next Steven Spielberg? Well, ATOM (Australian teachers of Media) and IPAF (Intellectual Property Awareness Foundation) are running a fantastic short film competition. My Story My Content is a competition open to all Primary, Secondary and Tertiary students with great prizes including an iPad or camera of your choice ($1000) for each category winner. All you have to do is make a 60 second (that’s right a 1 minute film) and submit before the deadline of July 1, 2013.

So get cracking. Entry forms and details can be found at: http://mystorymycontent.com/entry-system/

Compeition Guidelines:

  • The film must be made specifically for the 2013 My Story My Content Short Film Competition.
  • Content of the video must pertain to this year’s contest theme: ‘Why Do I Love Movies?’ This line, or an adaptation of it, must appear as a spoken line, caption or in some other way within the film.
  • The film must be no longer than 60 seconds. Opening and/or closing credits are not required, but (if included) may be no longer than 5 seconds in total.
  • The entry must be completed online – including upload of the short film and a minimum of 3 accompanying still images by close of entries: 5pm, Monday 1 July 2013.
  • Films can be in any language or have no dialogue. Foreign-language dialogue must have English subtitles.

Website of the Week: Book Trailers For Readers


If you frequent book and reading related websites you’ll probably be familiar with book trailers. For the uninitiated book trailers are short films or video clips designed to promote and encourage people to read a particular book, in much the same way that film trailers are used to promote forthcoming films. Check out this excellent site with loads of info and examples of book trailers and a superb ‘how to’ guide on making your own. The next time you have a book talk or book report to do ask your teacher if you can use a book trailer to submit your work. For more great examples of Book Trailers and how to make them visit our Book Trailer Page.