A wonderful book has been donated. It’s written from the viewpoint of a Jewish child in Germany, and fleeing to England with her parents. It’s beautifully written and very moving. Strongly recommend borrowing it.
We put it in the anti-fascist section, not sure that was the best place for it!
It is called The Nazis – Through the Eyes of a Child, by Margarete Mendelsohn.
Pop up to the library to buy some books, CDs and home-made anarcho cards this Saturday and Sunday during cafe opening times! (Sat 11-2, Sun 6.30-9)
Any donations to the sale welcome. Thanks!
Book on Protest Singers, and Book Requests
This looks very good- one for the library, I think. We welcome suggestions for books you want to see in the library- just drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Have you seen http://www.librarything.com ?
It is a great way to keep your very own library catalogue, of the books you own, have read, or want to read
I’m finding it handy to keep track of books I like- it saves me having to keep lists on my computer
I really recommend it
I’ve been really enjoying John Pilger’s website, http://www.johnpilger.com
The documentaries he has made since the 1970s are fantastic- I’ve learnt so much recently from them
The Articles section of the website is great, too. Each article I read gives me a fresh and inspiring view of the issue.
And the Links page also gives me plenty of trusted web sites to go to, where I know I’ll see radical, progressive groups.
I’m looking forward to seeing John Pilger talk at Stop The War’s Media Conference in London on November 13th. Places still available
Very moving and real account of Gaza. Very worth reading – more about people than numbers. Very informative. Worth a read. Find itin the anti-military section of the library.