FRANKSTON Libraries has a packed schedule of events for this month.
On 15 July, A.W. Hammond will speak at Carrum Downs Library. He will talk about his new novel The Paris Collaborator, an historical mystery, from 7pm.
At 1pm, 21 July, Sandi Scaunich will appear at Frankston Library. She will go into detail about her debut novel Chasing the McCubbin, a story of loneliness and the ageless desire for belonging.
Picture book author Lili Wilkinson will visit Frankston on 24 July to showcase her newest young adult novel The Erasure Initiative.
Rachel Givney will speak at Frankston Library from 11am, 26 July. Her book Secrets My Father Kept, is set in Poland on the eve of the Second World War.
Finally, Fiona Harris and Mike McLeish will show off their new novel The Pick-up at Carrum Downs Library at 7pm, 29 July.
Technology workshops and a look into how disease has shaped modern Melbourne will also take place this month.
Book free tickets at library.frankston.vic.gov.au/FrankstonLibraries/Events