Mitcheldean Library is supporting the Reading Passport that this year is featuring 15 books relating to rugby.
www.readingpassport.org<http://www.readingpassport.org> gives full details.
Students may be interested to access these books from their local library in Mitcheldean.
Library Telphone: 01594 544164
Here are some of Mitcheldean Community Library's New Books for 2015
Ivy Lane by Cathy Bradley, A Meditation on Murder by Robert Thorogood, Bryant & May - The Bleeding Heart by Christopher Fowler, The Liar's Chair by Rebecca Whitney, A Girl Like You by Maureen Lindley, The Private Papers of Eastern Jewel by Maureen Lindley, Aren't We Sisters by Patricia Ferguson, You Are Dead (Roy Grace) by Peter James, The Sunrise by Victoria Hislop, City of Secrets (set in medieval Gloucester) by Christine Jordan, Carnival of Shadows by R J Ellory, Angela's Torment by Sue Heaven (a local author), Blood on Snow by Jo Nesbo, The Turning Point by Freya North, Heresy by S J Parris, NW by Zadie Smith
The Moonstone by Wilkie Collins, The Woman in White by Wilkie Collins, To Kill a Mocking Bird (50th Anniversary Edition) by Harper Lee, Nineteen Eighty-Four by George Orwell
Jambusters by Julia Summers: TV programme "Home fires" is based on this book, The Girls Who Went to War by D Barrett & N Calvi, Terry Pratchett in His Own Words: A Slip of the Keyboard by Terry Pratchett
The Handsome Man's Deluxe Cafe by Alexander McCall Smith, Gracie by Marie Maxwell, The Empty Throne by Bernard Cornwell, Amy Snow by Tracy Rees, No Place to Die by Clare Donoghue, Stalker by Paul Finch, A Colder War by Charles Cumming, The Seven Sisters by Lucinda Riley, When I Fall in Love by Miranda Dickinson, Good Husband Material by Trisha Ashley, Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell by Susanna Clarke, The Silence of the Sea by YRSA Sigurdardottir
Classic Adult Fiction
Far From the Madding Crowd by Thomas Hardy
Between Two Worlds: How the English became Americans by M Gaskell, The Heart of Everything That Is: The Untold Story of Red Cloud, an American Legend by B Drury and Tom Clavin,The Fault in Our Stars by J Green, Want You Dead (a Roy Grace Story) by P James, For Valour (Nick Stone book 16) by A McNab
The Missing and The Dead (Logan McRae book 9) by S MacBride, Funny Girl by N Hornby, The Hairy Dieters: How to Love Food and Lose Weight by Dave Myers and Si King, A Brief History of Time: From Big Bang to Black Holes by S Hawking
Mightier Than the Sword by J Archer, 14th Deadly Sin by J Patterson, Vintage Wedding by K Fford, The Silkworm by R Galbraith, The Year of Taking Chances by L Diamond, Summer at Little Beach Street Bakery by J Colgan, Runaway by P May, Prayer for the Dean by J Oswald, The Ice Twins by S R Tremayne, The Blood Dimmed Tide by R Airth, The Dead of Winter by R Airth, Foxglove Summer by B Aaronvitch, The Room by J Karlsson, The Girl on the Train by P Hawkins, The Silent Boy by A Taylor, I Capture the Castle (a modern Classic) by D Smith, East of Eden by J Steinbeck, The Razor's Edge by S Maughn
Younger Junior Fiction: The Queen's Orang-Utan by D Walliams
Junior Fiction: The Butterfly Club by J Wilson
Adult non-fiction: Listen to Daisy (the dog who can detect cancer) by C Guest, Cowboys and Indies (epic history of the record industry) by G Murphy, Dylan Thomas (a centenary celebration) by H Ellis, Tennessee Williams (biography) - Mad Pilgrimage of the Flesh by J H Lahr, Poets Hardy to Larkin (an anthology) edited by A Bennett