What’s new in the AHL in May

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...

read more
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...

read more
What’s new in the AHL in May

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...

read more

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...

read more
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...

read more

A gripping thriller

Book Review In an incredibly complex murder case of a former acquaintance, psychologist Joseph O’Loughlin has both his perfect professional life and his personal life completely rattled. Throughout Michael Robotham’s thrilling crime story The Suspect, we follow our...

read more

Stage 3 Reading List

Hanna: My Holocaust Story by Goldie Alexander Hanna has dreams of being a gymnast. But in 1939 the Nazis invade her home, Warsaw, and everything changes. All Jews are being rounded up and being threatened. Her family escape to a farm with their housekeeper, but how...

read more
Yes, it’s really the April librarycook

Librarycook – a fishy story – November

"20 years of Delicious" screamed the November issue's cover, replete with a spectacularly meringuey cake. The librarycook has enjoyed many of the offerings of those 20 years, and dived headlong in, eager to see what would catch her eye.  And what caught her eye first...

read more

Stage 2 Reading List

Never Smile at a Monkey: And 17 Other Important Things to Remember by Steve Jenkins When it comes to wild animals, everyone knows that there are certain things you just don't do. It's clearly a bad idea to tease a tiger, pull a python's tail, or bother a black widow...

read more

Follow Us on Twitter

US author Lyman Frank Baum gave the first printed copy of his novel to his sister Mary. The story, about a young girl's adventures in the land of Oz became a much loved book and movie.

#trinitygrammarschool
#readingmatters

On this day the rules for Australia's version of football were established by members of the Melbourne Cricket Club. Aussie Rules was thought to be invented to keep cricketers fit during the off season.

#aussierulesrules
#trinitygrammarschool
#readingmatters

Congratulations to Safdar Ahmed for winning 2022 NSW Premier's Literary Award - Book of the Year - for Still Alive.
A powerful, must read graphic novel.

#trinitygrammarschool
#readingmatters

Load More...

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This