A Selection of items recently added to the Library’s catalogue



  • Powell, Colin, The History of Jersey International Finance Centre. Clare Le Gallais, 2023.
  • Michaels, Erren, Channel Island monsters. The History Press, 2023.
  • Rose, Edward P. F., German military geology and fortification of the British Channel Islands during World War II. Springer, 2020
  • Lyne, Malcolm, Late Roman Dorset black-burnished ware (BB1). A Corpus of forms and their distribution in southern Britain, on the Continent and in the Channel Islands. Archaeopress Publishing, 2022.
  • Cakebread, Anne, Teach your dog Jèrriais. Y Lofa Cyf., 2023.
  • De Saint-Exupéry, Antoine and Geraint Jennings, Lé P’tit Prînce, auve les portraits d’l’auteu. Blue Ormer, 2023.
  • Webb, Simon, The Forgotten slave trade: the white European slaves of Islam. Pen & Sword, 2022.


  • Société Jersiaise 148th Annual Bulletin for 2023, volume 33, part 3.
  • Vernacular Architecture, volume 53, 2022.
  • Channel Islands Occupation Review, no. 50, 2023.
  • Genealogists’ Magazine, Journal of the Society of Genealogists, volume 34, number 8, December 2023.
  • Revue de l’Avranchin et du Pays de Granville, tome 100, année 2023, fasc. 476.
  • Revue de la Manche, tome 65, fascicule 262, octobre-novembre, décembre 2023.


  • Stuart, M. B., Curtis family tree, 1662-1985. The gardens of Château La Chaire, Rozel, were once the finest of their day, created in 1841 by Samuel Curtis, the famous botanist and a former director of Kew Gardens.
  • Small coloured prints of Jersey, 2nd half of the 19th century.


  • Hartshorn, Leon R., Philip De La Mare, pioneer industrialist [Thesis. Brigham Young University, 1959].
  • Thomas, George Matthew, Volcanic rocks and their minor intrusives, eastern Jersey, Channel Islands [Thesis. University of London, 1977].
  • Shortland, Robert Andrew, Physical and chemical interactions between coexisting acid and basic magmas at Elizabeth Castle, Jersey, Channel Islands [Thesis. University of Derby, 2000].