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...

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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...

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Librarycook – a fishy story – November

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...

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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...

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Stage 1 Reading List

Heads & Tails: Insects by John Canty At first we can only see the insects tails. Some clues help us try to identify each insect as we learn more about each one. Now, can you guess the insect that each tail belongs to before they are revealed once the page is...

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Early Stage 1 Reading List

I Wonder by  K. A. Holt | Preparatory Library | Junior Library | In this unusual text, young listeners and readers follow a group of diverse kids trying to make sense of the world as they see it. Questions such as What do clouds taste like?, Do my toys miss me when...

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Divergent book review

Divergent book review

Divergent - Veronica Roth Throughout this term, I have been reading the first book in the Divergent series by Veronica Roth. In this dystopian thriller, society is split into 'factions' based on their key personality traits and/or values. I gained an insight into how...

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What’s new in the AHL in September

What’s new in the AHL in September

AHHHHH Spring… the sun is shining, the birds are chirping, the maggies are swooping and there’s light at the end of the tunnel… Here are the Library team’s top recommendations for this month. One hundred days  by Alice Pung From one of Australia’s most celebrated...

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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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