Did you know that World Book Night has been running since 2011? If this year’s title doesn’t take your fancy, why not check out a book from last year’s celebration or beyond? The staff at World Book Night work alongside publishers to select titles that appeal to people who don’t usually read. Each list is comprised… Continue reading World Book Night 2011-2018
This year’s World Book Night is on Monday 23rd April, and we have 160 copies of One of Us is Lying by Karen McManus to give away! Information Store staff will be outside the main reception with a table full of books from 12:00 until 14:00 (or until all the books are gone!) We will… Continue reading World Book Night 2018
Maker’s Month is a celebration of Britain’s talented crafters. Free courses are available in stonemasonry, stained glass, embroidery, weaving, knitting, clay modelling, upcycling, paper crafts, drawing, dyeing, quilting, crochet, watercolour painting, screen printing, bookbinding, sugarcraft, calligraphy, lino cutting, pottery, needle felting, and alpaca spinning! If you don’t feel like taking part, you can still enjoy… Continue reading Maker’s Month 2018
Graphic novels are some of our most popular fiction titles, so we’ve put them all in one place to make them easier to find! All our graphic novels are now shelved in the QUICK READS section by the sofas in the Information Store. We’ve also changed the way we label graphic novels to make it… Continue reading Graphic novel news
The Information store can be a confusing place, but our staff are always on hand to assist you. We can show you how to search for books, teach you how to reference your essays and help you find a quiet place to study. In this series of blog posts, our lovely staff members answer some bookish questions and prove that there is… Continue reading Staff Profiles
Summer might be over, but a brand new year is starting at City College Norwich, so welcome from everyone here at the Information Store. If you’re a returning student, it’s great to see you again, and if you’re here for the first time, it’s lovely to meet you!
As part of my Reading Ahead Challenge this year, I decided to try and read far-ranging stories about fantastical worlds or just places I’d never been – but for my fifth read I also decided to take advantage of the fact that we have some amazing journals in the Information Store and at Norfolk House.… Continue reading National Geographic