Library Connect November 2023

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The November edition of Library Connect is now available.

It has the usual listing of new books and a reminder about the Botanic Images exhibition which runs to Sunday, 19 November in the Visitor Centre Gallery. The exhibition showcases the talents of the Botanic Art and Photographic Groups in depicting botany, and comprises the unique collection of botanic art and photographic works donated to the Gardens by the Friends of the ANBG over the years.

The library is staffed Mon - Fri 9.30 - 4.30 or Alex can be contacted by email or phone (02 6250 9480) if you need assistance.

New books include:

  • Kimberley bush food : edible plants of the Kimberley region of Western Australia / Madison King and John Horsfall.
  • Kimberley bush medicine : medicinal plants of the Kimberley region of Western Australia / Madison King and John Horsfall.
  • Diprotodon : a megafauna journey / Bronwyn Saunders ; Andrew Plant (Illustrator).
  • The Australian Botanical Liaison Officer scheme at Kew, 1937-2009 / edited by Alex S. George.
  • Entangled life : how fungi make our worlds, change our minds, and shape our futures / Merlin Sheldrake.
  • The practical gardener's guide to trees, shrubs and climbers / Stephanie Jackson.
  • The names of plants / David Gledhill.
  • Western Australian wildflowers of Kings Park / R.M. Sainsbury.
  • Orchids of central western NSW : a photographic guide to orchid identification, biology, ecology, pollination and conservation / C.C. Bower & R.W. Medd.
  • For the love of flora : Australian floral photography / Georgina Steytler.
  • Native flora on shale soils of the Cumberland Plain Western Sydney : an identification guide / Teresa James.
  • Innovation : knowledge and ingenuity / Ian J. McNiven & Lynette Russell.
  • Jirdarup Bushland and the Friends who care for it / Lesley van Schoubroeck.
  • The language of trees : how trees make our world, change our minds and rewild our lives / Katie Holten.
  • Fern guide : a field guide to Fiji's large terrestrial ferns / Senilolia H. Tuiwawa.
  • A field guide to the mangrove & seagrass species of Fiji / Senilolia H. Tuiwawa, Posa A. Skelton, Marika V. Tuiwawa.
  • Colo-i-Suva Forest Park wildlife / Marika Tuiwawa, Hilda Waqa-Sakita, Senilolia Tuiwawa, Alivereti Naikatini, Lekima Copeland and Bindiya Rashni.