The following books are now available to borrow from the Nuneaton and Hinckley campus Library.
The Graffiti Subculture by Nancy Macdonald
Analysing Community Work: theory and practice 2nd edition by Keith Popple
Visual Communication: from theory to practice by Jonathan Bald
Fabrication and Welding Engineering by Roger Timings
Learn To Weld: beginning MIG welding and metal fabrication basics by Stephen Blake Christena
Grit: The Power Of Passion and Perseverance by Angela Duckworth
Sculpture Today by Judith Collins
Philosophers On Art From Kant To The Postmodernists: a critical review by Christopher Kul-Want
Cystic Fibrosis: a guide for patient and family 4th edition by David M.Orenstein, Jonathan E. Spahr and Daniel J. Weiner
Inherited Metabolic Diseases: a guide to 100 conditions edited by Steve Harrison
Cystic Fibrosis 4th edition by Anne H. Thomson and Ann Harris
Gray’s Anatomy by Henry Gray F.R.S
Anatomy and Physiology For Health Professionals: an interactive journey 3rd edition by Bruce J. Colbert, Jeff Ankney and Karen T. Lee
Books can be borrowed for up to three weeks. You can renew your loans three times, unless they have been reserved by someone else.
We are open over Easter, but not every day. Remember that you can renew and reserve online as normal. Please note that Hinckley campus Library is closed on Wednesday 12th April.
Some new books are now available at the Nuneaton campus Library.
Time Management by Kate Williams and Michelle Reid
Gray’s Anatomy For Students 3rd edition by Richard L. Drake, A. Wayne Vogl and Adam W. M. Mitchell
Understanding Social Work: preparing for practice 4th edition by Neil Thompson
Anti-Discriminatory Practice 4th edition by Neil Thompson
Grimm’s Fairy Tales by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm
Marketing Strategy and Competitive Positioning 6th edition by Graham Hooley, Nigel F. Piercy and Brigitte Nicouland
This week is World Autism Awareness Week. The Library has a range of resources to help people learn about this condition, and how to support those with it. We have Autism and Autism Spectrum Disorder related books, E-books, documentaries and ClickView videos available. Find a selection of these titles below.
I’m Not Naughty-I’m Autistic: Jodi’s Journey by Jean Shaw
The A Word (ClickView Video)
Autism: The Facts by Simon Baron-Cohen
Autism Spectrum Disorders Through The Life Span (E-book)By Digby Tantam
Awakened By Autism: embracing autism, self and hope for a new world by Andrea Libutti
Autism In The Early Years: A Practical Guide by Val Cumine, Julia Leach and Gill Stevenson
Autism and Me (DVD) Directed by Rory Hoy
100 Questions and Answers About Autism: expert advice from a physician/parent caregiver by Campion Quinn
The Reason I Jump: one boy’s voice from the silence of Autism by Naoki Higashida
Autism: understanding the disorder by Gary Mesibov
Click here to find all our Autism resources.
We have some new books and DVDs available for you to borrow.
Advanced Biology 2nd edition by Michael Kent
Anatomy and Physiology in Health and Illness 12th edition by Anne Waugh and Allison Grant
Advanced Biology For You 2nd edition by Gareth Williams
The Accountant – An accountant gets caught up in a cover up involving millions of dollars. Directed by Gavin O’Connor. Starring Ben Affleck.
The Light Between Oceans – A couple who live in a lighthouse keep a baby they find washed up following a shipwreck. Directed by Derek Cianfrance. Starring Michael Fassbender and Alicia Vikander.
Arrival – A scientist must make contact with an alien race who have arrived on Earth. Directed by Dennis Villeneuve. Starring Amy Adams and Jeremy Renner.
Books can be borrowed for three weeks. DVDs can be borrowed for one week. You can renew items three times, unless they have been reserved by someone else.
The following books are now available to borrow from the Nuneaton and Hinckley campus libraries.
Global Content Marketing by Pam Didner
The Future of Marketing by Nick Johnson
Planning Your Dissertation by Kate Williams
100 Diagrams That Changed The World by Scott Christianson
Reading and Making Notes 2nd edition by Jeanne Godfrey
Reflective Writing by Jane Spiro, Kate Williams and Mary Wooliams
Planning Your Essay 2nd edition by Janet Godwin
An Introduction To Human Molecular Genetics: mechanisms of inherited diseases 2nd edition by Jack J. Pasternak
Report Writing by Michelle Reid
Getting Critical 2nd edition by Kate Williams
Posters and Presentations by Emily Bethall
Time Management by Kate Williams and Michelle Reid
Armstrong’s Handbook Of Human Resource Management Practice 14th edition by Michael Armstrong and Stephen Taylor
Today is International Women’s Day, celebrating the achievements of women around the world. The Library has plenty of novels(fiction and non fiction) and films written and directed by women. We also have film adaptations, books and documentaries about some of them too. Come in and have a browse.
Fiction may be borrowed for three weeks and DVDs for one week. You can renew your items three times, unless they’ve been reserved by someone else.
Here are just a few of the female authors and directors available; give their names a click to see which of their titles we have available in the Library.
Daphne Du Maurier
Louisa May Alcott
The Bronte Sisters
Some new DVDs are now available from the Nuneaton campus Library.
The Magnificent Seven – A town hires seven outlaws to help protect them. Directed by Antoine Fuqua. Starring Denzel Washington, Chris Pratt and Ethan Hawke.
Inferno – Robert Langdon(Tom Hanks)wakes up in an Italian hospital and finds himself the target of a manhunt. Directed by Ron Howard. Starring Tom Hanks and Felicity Jones
Deepwater Horizon – Film about the real life Deepwater Horizon oil rig disaster. Directed by Peter Berg. Starring Mark Wahlberg and Kurt Russell.
Bridget Jones’s Baby – Bridget discovers she is pregnant, but who is the father? Mark Darcy or Jack? Directed by Sharon Maguire. Starring Renee Zellweger, Colin Firth and Patrick Dempsey.
Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children – Children with extraordinary powers must fight to save their world. Directed by Tim Burton. Starring Eva Green.
DVDs may be borrowed for one week. You can renew them three times, unless they have been reserved by someone else.
Some new books are now available to borrow from the Library.
Leading In Early Childhood by Geraldine Davis and Gemma Ryder
Once Upon A Time: A Short History of the Fairytale by Maria Warner
Contemporary Childhood by Sean MacBlain, Jill Dunn and Ian Luke
The Complete Fairy Tales by Charles Perrault
Weber: A Short Introduction by Gianfranco Poggi
The Uses of Enchantment: The Meaning and Importance of Fairytales by Bruno Bettelheim
Learning Theories In Childhood 2nd edition by Colette Gray and Sean MacBlain
Influenza and Public Health: Learning From Past Pandemics Edited by Tamara Giles-Vernick and Susan Craddock
Research Methods For Nurses and Midwives: Theory and Practice by Merryl Harvey and Lucy Land
Encouraging Physical Development Through Movement-Play by Carol Archer and Iram Sira
Early Years Placements: A Critical Guide To Outstanding Work-Based Learning by Jackie Musgrave and Nicola Stobbs
The Child In Society by Hazel R. Wright
Childhood In Society For The Early Years 3rd edition by Rory McDowall Clark
Human Resource Management: In Organisations 2nd edition by Izabela Robinson
My Name Is Malala by Malala Yousafzai with Patricia McCormick
The Girl On The Train by Paula Hawkins
Books can be borrowed for up to three weeks. You can renew loans three times, unless they have been reserved by someone else.