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Location: Melbourne, Victoria, 3051, Australia

Little Libraries

There are 5 "Little Libraries" within 25 miles.

Local venues

546 Queensberry Street, Melbourne, Victoria 3051 Australia
66 Errol Street, North Melbourne, Vic 3051 Australia
Wayward Books (0.7 miles)
172 Bellair Street, Kensington, Vic 3031 Australia
688 Elizabeth St, Melbourne, Vic 3000 Australia
Flemington Library (0.9 miles)
313 Racecourse Rd, Flemington, Victoria 3031 Australia
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161 Barry Street, Carlton, Vic 3053 Australia
Baillieu Library Building, University of Melbourne, Vic 3010 Australia
Baillieu Library Building, University of Melbourne, Vic 3010 Australia
29 College Crescent, Parkville, Vic 3052 Australia
239 A'beckett St, Melbourne, Victoria Australia
Jaspar Hotel 489 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne, Victoria 3000 Australia
656 Swanston St, Carlton, Vic 3053 Australia
Anywhere there is internet, Melbourne, VIC 3008 Australia
415 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne, Victoria Australia
Fly By Night Books (1.3 miles)
413 Elizabeth St, Melbourne, Vic 3000 Australia
Resistance Books (1.4 miles)
407 Swanston St, level 5 Druids House, Melbourne, Victoria 3000 Australia
Level 1, 11-15 Argyle Place, South Carlton, Victoria 3053 Australia
Readings - Carlton (1.4 miles)
309 Lygon St, Carlton, Victoria 3053 Australia
RMIT Bookshop (1.4 miles)
17-25 Little LaTrobe St, Melbourne, VIC 3000 Australia
All Star Comics (1.4 miles)
1/410 Lonsdale St, Melbourne, VIC 3000 Australia
Embiggen Books (1.4 miles)
197-203 Little Lonsdale St, Melbourne, Vic 3000 Australia
Embiggen Books (1.4 miles)
197-203 Lt Lonsdale Street, Melbourne, Victoria 3000 Australia
328 Swanston St, Melbourne, Vic 3000 Australia
107 Victoria Harbour Promenade Docklands, Melbourne, Victoria 3008 Australia
322 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne, Victoria 3000 Australia

Local events

May
31
Toni Jordan – Our tiny useless hearts
Our tiny useless hearts, a comedy about love and marriage, is the latest novel from bestselling author, Toni Jordan. Described as brilliant, heartbreaking and hilarious it is sure to delight fans. Toni Jordan’s books have been described as masterpieces of romantic comedy and include the international best seller Addition. Come and hear Toni talk about her books and writing. (Chris-86)
Jun
8
The art of reading with Damon Young
Moreland City Libraries - Brunswick Library, Wednesday, June 8 at 7:45pm
Dr Damon Young is a prize-winning philosopher, author and commentator. His popular books and columns have won him a reputation as a clear and witty communicator of ‘big ideas’. Damon will discuss his writing, in particular his latest book 'The art of reading', where he explores the virtues and rewards of reading. (Chris-86)
Jun
16
Genocide to generosity
As part of Refugee Week, John Steward will discuss his recent book Genocide to generosity. John served in Rwanda with World Vision in 1997 where he was engaged in reconciliation activities and programs in the aftermath of the 1994 genocide. John will share the insights he learnt from this engagement and about giving voice to the local staff in the ministry of reconciliation through narrating their experiences and contributions. (Chris-86)… (more)
Jun
19
Rodney Dunn - Cooking Class
The Essential Ingredient Prahran, Sunday, June 19 at 10am
Rodney Dunn, Truffle Cookbook, The
Cooking Class
Public
Ph: (03) 9827 9047 (added from Penguin Australia)
Jun
22
I, migrant with Sami Shah
Moreland City Libraries - Brunswick Library, Wednesday, June 22 at 7:45pm
Melbourne based comedian Sami Shah started life in Pakistan before a combination of bombings and death threats convinced him to leave Pakistan and migrate to Australia. Sami is a comedian, illustrator, graphic designer, columnist and has featured on ABC’s Australian Story, QI and The Project. Come and hear about Sami’s funny and charming journey of hope as told in his autobiography I, migrant: a comedian’s journey from Karachi to the outback. (Chris-86)… (more)
Jun
30
Steven Amsterdam
Steven Amsterdam shot to fame when his debut book Things we didn’t see coming won The Age Book of the Year. With his third novel due this year, Steven will speak about the writing process, his major influences and the lessons learnt along the way. (Chris-86)
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