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For lovers of crime fiction

Posted by Claire on September 24, 2009

Stop You’re Killing Me is a perfect website for all fans of crime fiction. It includes information on over 2,900 authors along with lists of their books both series and non-series.

Added to cyberLibrary – Books.

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New site added – Turn2Us

Posted by Claire on July 20, 2009

Turn2Us offers free and confidential information on welfare benefits, grants and other financial help. Includes a benefits checker and grant search database.

Added to the cyberLibrary – Credit crunch.

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Parent’s Guide to Money

Posted by Claire on June 19, 2009

untitledProvided by the FSA, the Parent’s Guide to Money has a number of useful resources including leaflets and calculators to help parents plan, budget, save, borrow and claim.

Added to:
cyberLibrary – Parenting
cyberLibrary – Money
cyberLibrary – Credit Crunch

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Children’s book sites

Posted by Claire on June 15, 2009

I’ve just added a couple of book review websites you may find useful

Reading Matters – Children’s book reviews. Includes an interactive bookchooser.

The Bookbag – An eclectic collection of book reviews covering a wide range of fiction, non-fiction and children’s books.

Added to children’s books.

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New partner

Posted by Claire on May 21, 2009

A new partner library has recently joined the cyberLibrary.

Welcome to the Guille Alles library in Guernsey.

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Student Funding

Posted by Claire on April 7, 2009

StudentCashPoint has information on all types of student funding including grants, loans, bursaries, scholarships and awards.

Added to cyberLibrary – Funding

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Gramophone Archive

Posted by Claire on February 26, 2009

Every issue of the Gramophone classical music magazine from 1923 has been scanned and digitised and put online.

You can choose to search the whole archive or browse each issue.

It’s all free, but you will need to register.

Gramophone Archive

Added to the cyberLibrary: Classical music.

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Credit Crunch

Posted by Claire on February 3, 2009

I’ve added a new page of useful resources for anyone affected by the Credit Crunch.

See cyberLibrary – Credit Crunch

There’s also a quick link on the homepage.

If I’ve missed any useful sites, please let me know.

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1911 Census now online

Posted by Claire on January 13, 2009

The 1911 census is now online. For information about the search facilities and counties available at launch see the press release.

It’s free to search, but you need to buy credits to view full records.

Added to cyberLibrary – Family History

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Children’s cyberLibrary

Posted by Claire on December 18, 2008

childrens There have been a few changes on the Children’s cyberLibrary. The navigation has slightly changed and lots of new sites have been added. Take a look and let us know what you think.

If there any sites you would like added, please let us know.

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