The amazing SPOOKTACULAR edition of the NCP! Special thanks to our editors Sofia, Aoibhínn and Sophie. Enjoy!Read More ncp (Halloween edition)
Did you know that this Saturday, 25th September is National Comic Book Day 2021 and to celebrate, Newbridge College Library has teamed up with Big Bang Comics, Dundrum to mark the occasion! We have just received a delivery of lots of AMAZING single-issue comics and graphic novels. Why not call down and explore our new titles, whether […]Read More nEWBRIDGE cOLLEGE CELEBRATES nATIONAL COMIC BOOK DAY 2021
Hello everyone, hope you all had a spooktacular (and safe) Halloween! Welcome to the latest edition of the NCP – New Year, New Normal, New NCP. Best of luck to the NCP’S excellent out-going editors – Alex Byrne and Ciara Munnelly and welcome to the New NCP innovators – Sophia Deasey , Aoibhín Dunleavy and […]Read More NCP (Halloween Edition)
“Jeez every schmuck in Europe thinks We owe ‘em a living. Who the hell am I, Mother Teresa? What’s his name?” “Oliver, Sir.” “An Irishman named after Cromwell Ain’t that a blast? His name is Pat, start him in the basement. God damn country is crawling with Micks”. Six thousand, three hundred and […]Read More Six Thousand Three Hundred and Fifty-Five Síofra Galvin 3C
1. CORALINE Written by Neil Gaiman in 2002, Coraline is the perfect book to read if you’re new to horror. Intended to be a children’s book, many teenagers and adults enjoy this creepy tale about a girl named Coraline who discovers a secret door in her new house that leads her to all kinds of […]Read More 🕷️💀Top Five Halloween Reads – Alyson Morbin🕷️💀
1. Factfulness by Hans Rosling Hans Rosling is a Swedish professor who in this book, takes you through ten reasons why the world isn’t as bad as you might think. This is an uplifting book focusing on changing the way that we view news, the world and ourselves. 2. How to be Right in a […]Read More Top 10 Summer Reads 2019 (senior)
Rachel Thornton in 6th year recently came 2nd in a very prestigious creative writing competition held by Trinity College Dublin which included entries from all over the world from primary school right up to adult categories. Rachel made a fantastic impression in the secondary category with her moving and visceral poem based on the serpent […]Read More Rachel Thornton Wins Creative Writing Competition.