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House of Three Book Launch!

House of Three aims to create beautiful books that show case the work of both established and emerging female writers

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Go Your Crohn Way:A Gutsy Guide To Living With Crohns Disease by Kathleen Nicholls.

Go your Crohn Way is, in the Scottish author Kathleen Nicholls words, a gutsy guide to living with Crohns disease and aims to ease those diagnosed with, or expected to be diagnosed with, crohns into dealing with the reality of the condition. It is not a self help guide but assures those reading that yes…Crohns […]

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Aspergirls by Rudy Simone

Aspergirls is a book on autism that is a valuable resource for aspie/autistic girls and women. The text signals the way modern research is slowly chipping away at the sexist conception of autism that has so long dominated discussion. Characteristics of the condition have been overwhelming based on typical presentations found in boys and men […]

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Bitch Planet volume 1 by Kelly Sue Deconnick

Have you heard the name ‘Bitch Planet’ yet? If you haven’t then you will.Sometimes sci-fi portrays worlds and ideas which seem alien to us and not applicable in any way , but the genre is often a perfect way to deconstruct the world we currently live in ,before building it up in fictional form in […]

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Nimona by Noelle Stevenson

The character of Nimona in Noelle Stevenson’s web comic turned published graphic novel is an incredible character in an amazing challenging story. Nimona tells the story of the troubled Lord Ballister Blackheart who is a supervillain who is set in his ways. Cue the shapeshifting Nimona sidekick who demands a job with him and shakes […]

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Ms Marvel Volume 1 by G. Willow Wilson

Representation is a vital thing. It lets us know that we aren’t different or weird and it makes us know we aren’t alone. In the character of Ms. Marvel or Kamala Khan we have a comic character that is changing visual media and the world. This might seem like an outlandish thing to say, but […]

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New Books for Week 16th September 2013

  Life Death and Vanilla Slices by Jenny Eclair  Poor Jean Collins. She stepped out into the road without looking and now lies broken in hospital. But what distracted her? And why was she carrying a box of vanilla slices, the cream cakes she only ever bought for special occasions? Jean’s daughter Anne travels back up […]

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New Books of the Week

As the library is under going an impending change of premises, we are unable to catalogue all of our fantastic new books. Take a little time to browse, they’re sure to give you an appetite you simply can’t ignore.

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Reading Group for Muslim Women

  The next book for the Reading Group has arrived!  The book is called ‘Khadija; The first Muslim and wife of Prophet Muhammad’ which explores the birth period of Islam with a focus on one of the most prominent and respected Muslim women in history. Addressing her devotion and her leadership roles in Mecca, this […]

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New books on our shelves

This month, why not try out a spooky ghost story, a fierce autobiography, or a book that celebrates the wonderful city of Glasgow!

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