As part of the ongoing Book of the Week series between DukeBox and the Wellington Library, the Head Librarian Lucy Atherton recommends Sapiens: A Graphic History: The Birth Of Humankind, a graphic novel by the Israeli author Yuval Noah Harari.
In the first of the new Book of the Week series, a collaboration between DukeBox and the Wellington Library, student Emilie recommends Delia Owens’ novel ‘Where The Crawdads Sings’.
To celebrate World Book Day 2021, Wellington Library has been looking at recommendations from members of the Wellington Community as part of its Book Bites mini-series. Student Flo brings her own recommendation to Book Bites this time, with Margaret Atwood’s ‘Alias Grace’.
To celebrate World Book Day 2021, Wellington Library has been looking at recommendations from members of the Wellington Community as part of its Book Bites mini-series. Today, both student and staff alike – Seb and Teacher of English George Bilclough – come together to recommend Bill Bryson’s ‘One Summer, America, 1927’.
As part of Wellington Library’s mini-series of Book Bites to celebrate World Book Day 2021, Suzie Tuomey from the Library recommends Dean Atta’s book ‘The Black Flamingo’.
Station Manager Lucas Ferguson offers his recommendation for the Book Bites series being run by Wellington Library, Jennie Morton’s ‘The Authentic Performer’. It marks the run-up to World Book Day 2021. Come back on World Book Day itself (Thursday 4th March) to hear more student and staff recommendations!
Head Librarian Lucy Atherton introduces the Book Bites mini-series in the run-up to World Book Day 2021. She talks about her recommendation, Dancing In The Mosque by Homeira Qaderi. More recommendations will appear throughout the week, so come back to find out what other staff and students are choosing for their Book Bites!