Parent (Past and Present) Recommendations

<strong>The Six Pillars of Self Esteem</strong><br>Dr. Nathaniel Branden
The Six Pillars of Self Esteem
Dr. Nathaniel Branden

“Should be required reading for every person who wishes to create “the meaningful life”. Read and use as a text book making personal notes as you go along. Certainly should be read and acted upon before finishing school” (2nd Year Parent, 21/22)

<strong>Lucky Jim</strong><br>Kingsley Amis
Lucky Jim
Kingsley Amis

“One of the funniest books that I’ve ever read” (2nd year Parent, 21/22)

<strong>Lord of the Rings</strong><br>J.R.R. Tolkien
Lord of the Rings
J.R.R. Tolkien

“I read somewhere that the English speaking world is divided into people; those who read LOTR and those who will. Have to admit it took me a couple of go’s before I read the whole thing, but have subsequently done a number of times” (2nd Year Parent 21/22)

<strong>All the Light we Cannot See</strong><br>Anthony Doeer
All the Light we Cannot See
Anthony Doeer

“Love historical fiction and although this is probably 5/6 years old. I really enjoyed it” (4th year and Past Pupil Parent 21/22)

<strong>All her Fault</strong><br>Andrea Mara
All her Fault
Andrea Mara

“Easy Read with good plots and twists” (3rd Year Parent 21/22)

<strong>The Glorious Guinness Girls</strong><br>Emily Hourican
The Glorious Guinness Girls
Emily Hourican

“Loved the historical theme, yet I wanted to learn/read so much more about them.” (4th year and Past Pupil parent 21/22)