One YA Book One Community
Have you seen a copy of A Song Only I Can Hear while at the pool, grabbing a coffee, or waiting for your burger order?
150 copies of Barry Jonsberg’s young adult novel have been distributed to various venues across the region, as part of the One YA Book One Community project.
If you find a stickered copy of the book (as pictured) take it home and join others in the community as they also read the novel. When you’ve finished, pass it on to a friend, take it back to where you found it, or leave it in another location where others in the community will find it. 30 copies have been barcoded and are available to borrow from all Library branches until the end of January (these copies need to be returned to one of the 4 library locations throughout the region).
A Song Only I Can Hear is the story of Rob Fitzgerald, who’s determined to impress the new girl at school; a difficult task for a shy kid who is prone to panic attacks. An anonymous texter is sending Rob challenges, and they might just help … or not.
Don’t forget to share your thoughts about the book on social media using the hashtags:
Book chats to discuss the novel will also be happening in January, with Barry Jonsberg making an appearance at the session on 23 January:
|WHEN||Monday 20 January 2020
3.00pm – 4.00pm
|Tuesday 21 January 2020
2.00pm – 3.00pm
|Thursday 23 January 2020
3.00pm – 4.00pm
Angus Avenue, Kandos
109 Herbert Street, Gulgong
64 Market Street, Mudgee
|FOR||Everyone who has read the novel||Everyone who has read the novel||Everyone who has read the novel|
One YA Book One Community is proudly presented in partnership by Mid-Western Regional Youth Council, Mid-Western Regional Council Library and Mudgee Readers’ Festival and kindly supported by KEPCO Bylong Australia Pty Ltd.