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Thornton Library is turning 15
Thornton Library is turning 15 this month. Join us in celebrating this milestone at an official morning tea  on Monday 28 July starting at 10.30 am.   

The Misogyny factor 
Anne Summers is author, journalist and thought leader. A long time champion for equality for women in society, her new book, The Misogyny Factor, explores Australia's lack of equality between the sexes... Read more  

Morris Gleitzman 
Much loved author Morris Gleitzman is coming to town for Book Week! Author of over 40 best selling novels, Morris will speak to children from local schools at Maitland Town Hall on 6 August.

Book Week
Celebrate Book Week with Maitland City Library’s fabulous Book Week Roadshow! Our team of talented staff bring Short Listed books to life.The Book Week Roadshow can visit your preschool, childcare or primary school, or visit a branch for an in-house performance.

latest news

2014 Miles Franklin Award winner announced   
All The Birds, Singing by Evie Wyld, is the winner of the 2014 Miles Franklin Award. Read more or reserve your copy now

Get Digital! 
Your library card can work for you 24/7. Download from our eBook collection, listen to Audio, add to your eMusic collection, access our eResearch resources, subscribe to eMagazines, or choose from a range of independent films 

Australia's favourite eMagazines   
16 of Australia's top eMagazines are available from Maitland City Library. Your library card lets you download and keep eMagazines. Read Now


eFlix are here    
Streaming movies directly to your device. Unlimited access to thousands of independent films from around the world. Learn more about these and other eResources available for free.

Share the love of reading   
Reading is more enjoyable when shared with others. Come along to a Library Book Chat or join one of our Book Clubs
Want to start your own Book Club? Ask us about our Reading Group kits.

View a selection of aboriginal artifacts and discover the history of indigenous Australians in the Australian armed forces.
On display at East Maitland Branch Library during June and July.