Fry Chronicles

Some lovely person just donated a hardback copy of the Fry Chronicles to our college library.
In the current financial climate we are happy to obtain good, clean, copies of books for our library collection.

Our summer stockcheck & clearout was very successful this time around.There are some spaces on the shelves for new titles in the coming academic year.

We are getting smarter at the stockcheck process as the years go by.

Library Thing

Clydebank College Library now has a Lifetime membership to Library Thing.

We are hosting all new books on the site.

Access to c3000 ebooks

ebrary guide

April News

New Books

These books are now available for loan…

New Graphic Novels!

  • Palestine by Joe Sacco
  • Safe Area Gorazde by Joe Sacco
  • Pyongyang: A Journey in North Korea by Guy Delisle
  • Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi

A series of books from the Overcoming Common Problems series:

  • Coping with Your Partner’s Death by Geoff Billings
  • Coping with Family Stress by Dr Peter Cheevers
  • Coping with Epilepsy in Children and Young People by Susan Elliot-Wright
  • How to Listen So that People Talk by Mary Hartley
  • Overcoming Panic and Related Anxiety Disorders by Margaret Hawkins
  • The Complete Carer’s Guide by Bridget McCall
  • The Cancer Survivor’s Handbook by Dr Terry Priestman
  • Coping with Perimenopause by Janet Wright

Library Survey

If you want to make your views known on the Library and its services, please pick up a survey from the Library Desk.  We welcome your views and input.

Holiday Opening

The Library will remain open Monday 6th April- Thursday 9th April from 9 am-4.45 pm.  We will be closed on Friday 10th April and Monday 13th April.  Hope everyone has a nice break.

World Book Day 2009

Today, Thursday 5th March, is World Book Day. This annual event is amied at raising the profile of books and reading amongst readers of all ages. The Library has a wide selection of non-fiction, fiction, graphic novels, easy reads and Quick Reads available for loan.

 Ten new Quick Reads have been launched in conjunction with World Book Day 2009 and the following titles have been added to stock in the Library:

  • Black-Eyed Devils by Catrin Collier
  • A Cool Head by Ian Rankin
  • Dr Who: The Sontaran Games by Jacqueline Rayner
  • Dragons’ Den by The Dragons’ Den Team
  • Reaching For The Stars by Lola Jaye
  • 101 Ways To Get Your Child To Read by Patience Thomson

 

January News!

Library Catalogue

Did you know you can now access the library catalogue online?  From the College website go to Student Services, then select Library from the Related Links section.  Click on Search Library Catalogue to access our wide range of fiction, non-fiction and DVDs.

Reading Groups

Reading Group 1 had their first meeting of this session on Thursday 29th January.  They had a lively discussion on The Observations by Jane Harris.  This month they will be reading  The Vanishing Act of Esme Lennox by Maggie O’Farrell, a ‘mystery of relationships and deception’.  Reading Group 2 will meet on Wednesday 4th February and will discuss Children of the Dead End by Patrick MacGill.  If you are interested in joining either group, please contact any member of the library staff.

No-Nonsense Guides

For concise, comprehensive and factual information on some of the most important issues today, check out the selection of new titles added to library stock this month.

The No-Nonsense Guide to:

  • Climate Change
  • Fair Trade
  • Global Terrorism
  • Human Rights
  • International Migration
  • Islam
  • Sexual Diversity
  • Women’s Rights
  • World Poverty

New Sports Books

Now available in the Library:

  • Fitness on a Plate: Anita Bean’s Guide to Healthy Living, Anita Bean
  • 101 Fun Warm-Up and Cool-Down Games, John Byl
  • Sport First Aid: A Coach’s Guide to Preventing and Responding to Injuries (3rd edition), Melinda J. Flegel
  • Research Methods for Sport Studies, Chris Gratton and Ian Jones
  • Advanced PE and Sport A Level (3rd edition), John Honeybourne, Michael Hill and Helen Moors
  • Managing Sport Facilities and Major Events, Hans Westerbeek, Aaron Smith, Paul Turner, Paul Emery, Christine Green and Linda van Leeuwen
  • Applying Psychology to Sport, Barbara Woods