Okay so we are trying to not think about the sad day that our PopUp Park disappears and just enjoy it completely whilst it is still here. Look out any lunchtime and you are sure to see some Sun Bookshoppers with a sandwich in one hand and a book in the other. This week I was catching up on Lauren Olivers' Delirium, it's great teen fiction, from this U.S. writer who will be at the Younger Sun Bookshop for afternoon tea on Thursday 29th of March at 4.30pm, come on down. A few weeks ago you could have seen me absorbed in Christopher Morgans' wonderful Currawalli Street . Christopher, one of Yarravilles own, will be at the Sun Bookshop Wednesday 21st of March where Yarraville's Queen of Rock Rebecca Barnard will be launching Currawalli Street. Hitting it with a bottle of plonk I believe. I whiled away a bit of summer reclining in a deck chair and page-turning my way through Paddy O'Rielly's funny, moving tale of a single mother in country Victoria. The Sun Bookclub is lucky enough to have Paddy come along and discuss The Fine Colour of Rust with us Wednesday 28th of March at 8pm. Crikey its all too much fun and you are all invited . Ps read The Cartographer Peter Twohig has not turned up in the hood yet but his funny, page turning tale of the city we all know, looked at in another era is a corker.