What’s new in the AHL in August

What’s new in the AHL in August

              What’s new in the AHL in August                                          Here are the Library team’s top recommendations  Serendipity  by Oscar Farinetti Did you know that your morning coffee could be thanks to a herd of energetic goats? Or that a...

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Return to movie club term 3

                            This term we have an enthusiastic trio of Year 10 students driving the agenda for Movie Club. We asked them why they joined this co-curricular club and what they are looking forward to most in Term 3. Here’s what they had to say: Mitchell...

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The librarycook in May

The librarycook in May

Comfort Food, screamed the cover of the May issue of Delicious. Dumplings, it said. Bread and Butter Pudding. Slow cooked Lamb and Feta Pie. Rich rice dishes.   Mmmmm, thought the librarycook, and leafing through, found even more deliciousness waiting to be devoured....

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What’s new in the AHL in August

What’s new in the AHL in May

Here are the Library team’s top recommendations  Ten steps to Nanette  by Hannah Gadsby 'There is nothing stronger than a broken woman who has rebuilt herself.'-Hannah Gadsby, Nanette If you only read one biography - or even only one book this year, please make it Ten...

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Yes, it’s really the April librarycook

Yes, it’s really the April librarycook

A couple of firsts for the librarycook.  Firstly, though she'd never claim to be the most organised, punctual woman in the world, she's usually managed to submit the monthly librarycook post in the actual month it belongs to.  And secondly, never before has she...

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Yes, it’s really the April librarycook

The librarycook Marches through the Rain

When the March issue of Delicious arrived in the middle of Sydney's wettest ever summer, the librarycook was in need of comfort food.  And Delicious was here to help - all manner of recipes to warm the cockles of the heart - Chicken with Creamy Mustard Sauce, a Roast...

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What’s new in the AHL in August

What’s new in the AHL in March

Here are the Library team’s top recommendations  The Gosling Girl  by Jacqueline Roy Monster? Murderer? Child? Victim? Michelle Cameron’s name is associated with the most abhorrent of crimes. A child who lured a younger child away to her death, she is known as the...

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What are you Reading?

All of the research shows us that one of the key things we can do as adults to help encourage the children around us to read, is to just read ourselves. Young children mimic the actions of those around them, meaning if our actions are centred around good reading...

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Yes, it’s really the April librarycook

February – A Hot and Spicy Librarycook

You'd think, thought the librarycook, that after decades of cooking, she'd have learned to read.  The recipe, that is, not the book she can hardly tear herself from.  But her attempt at Harissa Chicken Skewers with Couscous Salad would prove otherwise. How else to...

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On this day in 1945, the USA dropped an atomic bomb on Hiroshima in Japan. Almost 100,000 people died instantly and many hundreds of thousands more later from radiation.

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