Pirates Attack @ Engadine Library

There was a very 'piratey' feel to the Library Week celebrations at Engadine Library.

Our special Pirate themed storytimes for children were a big success with more than forty children attending. Children visitng the library were also encouraged to borrow a mystery book from our pirate ship display. Anyone brave enough to borrow a book from the pirate ship got a free pirate sticker. We also held a competition in which children had to guess the number of chocolate coins in a jar. The winning guess of 169 was only one coin off the exact number of 168. Happy eating to the winner!

Our adult visitors weren't left out. We held a treasure hunt that involved people looking around the library for the answers to questions about the history of Engadine. We had two winners who each received a brand new book.

Everyone who borrowed a book during the week entered the draw for a hamper of goodies, National Simultaneous Storytime was held on Wednesday and we also unveiled a pile of new books as part of What's Under Wraps.

It was a busy week but it was great fun. Thank you to all who helped us celebrate Library Week at Engadine Library and we hope to see you back soon.