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This is a list of some of the relevant Learn a Skill books held by Gunnedah library. If you wish to borrow these books, just come to the library and check them out. Not a member? Fill out an application form, and present some proof of identity (e.g. Driver’s licence) and you can borrow at once.

ecuadorian flagEach year, the Country Women's Association of New South Wales studies a different country. For 2020, the country selected is Ecuador. This Country of Study list contains a selection of websites that will be useful to obtain the necessary information to complete the Country of Study books. 
Just click on the titles in the list to get straight to the relevant web sites.

LIAC booklistThe LIAC Toolkit list is a list of online books containing information about the law in the NSW. The books are online and can be accessed by clicking on the title for the full text to become available. The list covers such subject as neighbours, tenant rights, wills and funerals, family law, and youth issues. These books are also available in hard copy in Gunnedah Library – please ask at the desk to make sure that they are available.

English as a second language   AdvancedHere are some useful websites in regards to English as a Second Language at the Advanced Level.
The library has compiled a list of websites suitable for people learning English.
Please click on the title link to bring up a list of helpful websites suitable for your level. Just click on the title of the website you wish to explore on each list to get to the website, and enjoy a selection of interactive activities to help you with your English studies.

English as a second language   intermediateHere are some useful websites in regards to English as a Second Language at the Intermediate Level.
The library has compiled a list of websites suitable for people learning English.
Please click on the title link to bring up a list of helpful websites suitable for your level. Just click on the title of the website you wish to explore on each list to get to the website, and enjoy a selection of interactive activities to help you with your English studies.

English as a second language   BeginnersHere are some useful websites in regards to English as a Second Language at the Beginner Level.
The library has compiled a list of websites suitable for people learning English.
Please click on the title link to bring up a list of helpful websites suitable for your level. Just click on the title of the website you wish to explore on each list to get to the website, and enjoy a selection of interactive activities to help you with your English studies.

Looking for recipes that have no gluten, sugar, preservatives or dairy? Maybe you want to expand your repertoire, or try ‘Meat-Free Mondays’. Here are some of the Special Requirements Cookbooks in the library that will help you toward your goal.

If you wish to borrow any of these books, just come to the library and check them out. Not a member? Fill out an application form, show some proof of identity (e.g. Driver’s licence) and you can borrow at once.