the librarycook is unfaithful, and la dolce vita

the librarycook is unfaithful, and la dolce vita

  The librarycook has a confession to make. Sometimes, the siren call of recipes that aren't from Delicious magazine is just too much to resist - the librarycook is only human, after all. So where did the librarycook's wandering eye alight? Not too far from home,...

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Our best books of 2020 so far

If you are looking for your next great read, look no further than the AHL. The Library staff will happily recommend study aid resources or leisure reading for all interests and ages. Start with our top reads for 2020 (above)

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What’s new in the AHL in August

What’s new in the AHL in August

 Here are the Library team’s top recommendations  The Novel Cure : An A-Z to literary remedies  by Ella Berthoud     The Novel Cure is a medicine cabinet for the soul and a reminder of the power of books. To create this apothecary, the authors have trawled 2000 years...

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Edward Scissorhands – a magical movie

Edward Scissorhands – a magical movie

by Christopher Papaioannou Year 12 A 90s German expressionistic unorthodox horror With its colourful sets and fable-like story, Edward Scissorhands is truly a magical film. Visually and stylistically, the film displays aesthetics of both German expressionism and a...

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What’s new in the AHL in August

What’s new in time for the July Holidays

Here are the Library team’s holiday recommendations    Humankind - A hopeful history by Rutger Bregman It's a belief that unites the left and right, psychologists and philosophers, writers and historians. It drives the headlines that surround us and the laws that...

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What’s new in Movie Club

What’s new in Movie Club

Our Movie Club Society co-curricular has faced a few challenges this term.   We moved from our weekly Library based film viewing to an online format when the COVID restrictions were enforced. We managed to find suitable movies on ClickView and streaming services and...

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The moment of truth

The moment of truth

Truth, as we all know, is having a moment. What we used to think of as a fairly immutable concept has been thrown into doubt by accusations of ‘fake news’, the idea of ‘alternative facts’ and the spectre of a post-truth future. Reputable media outlets have gathered an...

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the librarycook is unfaithful, and la dolce vita

June – a bumper issue for the librarycook

  The librarycook almost dived into the  sticky ginger and caramel pudding on the front cover of the June issue of Delicious. If it had been the only recipe that month, thought the librarycook, this issue would still have been worth the cover price.  But it...

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Celebrating International Archives Week

Celebrating International Archives Week

International Archives Week June 8 - 14 101 years on… history looks very familiar   Imagine being told when you were just about to start a new school year, that school would not open for another four weeks. This is what happene 101 years ago when the Spanish (or...

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