Posted: Friday 23rd November 2018
Some of the Christmas TV adverts raise a lot of questions including: “ I love the ad but I can’t remember the shop it was advertising.” Try some of the free online resources of Hertfordshire Libraries available 24 hours a day to answer your Christmas queries:
When was Elton John born and when was his first hit single?
Why is using palm oil so bad for the environment?
The range of its resources will answer that question or try:
Other Oxford University Press online resources are also available.
Want to recreate the speeded up Christmas concert music advert or track down the song the girl in the star sings?
will probably be able to help. It’s a music streaming website which focuses on classical music but also includes jazz, world music and classic rock with more than 127,560 CD-length recordings.
Are carrots really really good for you?
will have the answer.
In fact any Christmas queries from cookery to carols, from Christmas tales to turkey traditions and more can be answered using our Online Reference Library at www.hertfordshire.gov.uk/orlib to access these resources. You will need your Hertfordshire library card number to log in. Alternatively download the Library app to access all of these resources.
Don’t forget BorrowBox ebooks and e-audiobooks to download and entertain you when travelling to visit family and friends or simply borrow a book, talking book, CD or DVD this Christmas by visiting your local Hertfordshire library.