March? March!? Of 2021?! Are you quite certain??
Remarkably, we are indeed well on our way into the Spring of 2021. The Second Lockdown has ended and college has reopened. The weather is looking up (mostly), flowers are starting to bloom, there are probably lambs leaping around in fields, somewhere… As gloomy as this past year may have been for a great many of us, there really is a great deal to be positive about, this March!
And do you know what else there is to be positive about? Libraries! Hurray!
Take a look at this month’s edition of Bookflix to see what’s new in at the SGS LRCs, what’s trending among college borrowers, the books that we are personally recommending, and to check out some themed books chosen particularly for this month!
As ever, if you would like to access an interactive version of Bookflix, click here:
Bookflix March 2021 .
In this interactive version you will be able to click on any title you like the look of, and it will take you –zap!– straight to our catalogue page where you can reserve it. Easy peasy, squeeze the lemon! (Do people still watch Horrible Histories, or is that just me?)
Onwards to Bookflix!
The Glass House – Eve Chase
Rules for Perfect Murders – Peter Swanson
The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl – Ryan North, Erica Henderson
The Nature of the Beast – Louise Penny
Amari and the Night Brothers – B. B. Alston
The Darjeeling Limited (DVD)
We Have Always Lived In The Castle – Shirley Jackson
Me Before You – Jojo Moyes
The Graveyard Book – Neil Gaiman
Citadel – Kate Mosse
National Careers Week
The C.V. Book – James Innes
Compassionate Careers: Making a living by making a difference – Jeffery W. Pryor, Alexandra Mitchell
The Career Guide for Creative and Unconventional People – Carol Eikleberry
Guide To Not Going To University – City & Guilds
What Employers Want: The Employability Skills Handbook – Karen Holmes
World Autism Awareness Week
Born On A Blue Day – Daniel Tammet
Ten Things Every Child With Autism Wishes You Knew – Ellen Notbohm
The Autistic Brain – Temple Grandin
I Think I Might Be Autistic: A Guide to Autism-Spectrum Disorder Diagnosis and Self-Discovery for Adults – Cynthia Kim
The Reason I Jump – Naoki Higashida
World Water Day
The Water Crisis – Julie Stauffer
Sensitive Chaos: The Creation of Flowing Forms in Water and Air – Theodor Schwenk
Water: Life In Every Drop – Julian Caldecott
Out Of Ice: The Secret Language of Ice – Elizabeth Ogilvie
The Water Crisis – ISSUES
Everything I Know About Love – Dolly Alderton
Maurice – E. M. Forster
The Foundling – Stacey Halls
Alexander The Great – Robin Lane Fox
Brideshead Revisited – Evelyn Waugh
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