May librarycook – Better Late Than Never

May librarycook – Better Late Than Never

In England, it's March that's said to come in like a lion, and go out like a lamb.  But Downunder, thought the librarycook, it was this May that brought zoological comparisons to mind.   May arrived with pleasant, lamb-like, even balmy weather, but by the middle of...

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What’s New in ClickView April 2021

We're always adding content to ClickView - mostly to support our teaching and learning, but there's always room for a few just-for-fun programs too. In April, for example, we added 29 new titles to the collection - some old, some new, but all of them worth a watch....

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What’s new in the AHL in May

What’s new in the AHL in May

Here are the Library team’s top recommendations  You need to know   by Nicola Moriarty I read this crime/mystery thriller in one sitting which is no mean feat when you are feverish and feeling like you’ve been hit by a Lindsay Fox truck post AstraZeneca vaccine.  ...

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April librarycook – The ones that got away

April librarycook – The ones that got away

April's Delicious magazine was, it turns out, full of hidden treasures.  On first perusal, the librarycook's attention must have been focused elsewhere, or perhaps, unlikely though it seems, she wasn't hungry.  The only recipe which appealed to her was a salad of...

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What’s new in the AHL in May

What’s new in the AHL in April

Here are the Library team’s top recommendations  It’s always about the food   by The Monday Morning Cooking Club Several years ago I was at a dinner party where the host served THE most delicious dessert I have ever eaten.  After the second bite, I...

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March librarycook – The librarycook goes rogue

March librarycook – The librarycook goes rogue

The librarycook tried.  Repeatedly.  But nothing in the March issue of Delicious was speaking to her. It wasn't that some of the recipes didn't look good, they just seemed like not-very-different versions of ones she already makes. What was she to do? How could she...

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What’s new in the AHL in May

What’s new in the AHL in March

Here are the Library team’s top recommendations  Miss Benson’s Beetle  by Rachel Joyce For this reviewer, Miss Benson’s Beetle is an early favourite and her book of the year to date. This is a story about the smallest insect and the deepest friendship.  Margery...

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May librarycook – Better Late Than Never

February Librarycook – the vegetarian issue

With the holidays all but a distant memory, and her monumental pile of books returned to the library, the librarycook was delighted when the February issue of Delicious arrived. And maybe it was a coincidence, but both recipes the librarycook chose were vegetarian - a...

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What’s new in the AHL in February

Here are the Library team’s top recommendations  The house in the cerulean sea  by TJ Klune A magical island. A dangerous task. A burning secret. Linus Baker leads a quiet, solitary life. At forty, he lives in a tiny house with a devious cat and his old records. As a...

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