TEACHERS' FAVOURITES

MUSIC

Kodaline Recommended by Mrs Caspar

Kodaline are an Irish rock band. I discovered them when they performed as support band before The Cranberries in Strasbourg a few years ago. Their latest EP includes titles such as I Wouldn’t Be or The Riddle. You can listen to my favourite song HERE: High Hopes. Enjoy !

Hippopotamus, by Sparks Recommended by Mrs Rauch

Sparks are an American pop and rock band formed in Los Angeles in 1972 by brothers Ron (keyboards) and  Russel Mael (vocals).

You may have heard of them because in 2015 they formed a group with Franz Ferdinand, FFS. Now the Sparks brothers are back with their new album, Hippopotamus,  released on September 8th. After a 45-year career, Sparks are at their best! You can listen to my favourite song HERE, Edith Piaf said it better than me.

 

BOOKS

"This is going to hurt" by Adam Kay, a former British junior doctor. Wish to become a doctor? You might review your opinion when you read this hilarious book;it  might put you off going to hospital altogether. It is a scathing analysis of the NHS. If you're not squeamish give it a try!  Recommended by Mrs Bucher

The Catcher in the Rye by J. D. Salinger.    Recommended by Mrs Caspar

Follow the rebellious teenager, Holden Caulfield’s story. This unusual book may shock you, will make you laugh, and may break your heart, but you will never forget it. A classic !

Thirteen Reasons Why, by Jay Asher         Recommended by Mrs Caspar

is a bestseller which tackled the aftermath of teen suicide. “You can’t stop the future. You can’t rewind the past. The only way to learn the secret… is to press play.” Perfect for the fans of John Green’s The Fault in Our Stars.

LaRose  by Louise Erdrich.                      Recommended by Mrs Rauch

Can a person do the worst possible thing and still be loved? A man named Landreaux accidentally kills his best friend's son. Faced with his guilt, he and his wife decide to follow their Indian ancestors' customs, and to give their own son LaRose to the dead child's parents. LaRose was named after his ancestors, known for their gifts of healing,and the story goes back and forth between what happened to the first LaRose in 1839, and the details of the exchange in the years following the accident. A story of redemption and love, and a great insight into Indian traditions and beliefs.

 

FILMS

Blinded by the light, by Gurinder Chadha;  In England in 1987, a teenager from an Asian family learns to live his life, understand his family and find his own voice through the music of American rock star Bruce Springsteen. Find out more Here; Recommended by  Mrs Jordache

 

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