The Mary Glyn Hick Library
The Mary Glyn Hick Library was renamed so in 2016, dedicated to Pinewood’s long-serving librarian.
Mrs. Hick served as the Pinewood Librarian from 1968 – 1994 where she used her degree in Library Science to build the Pinewood Library into “the largest library of any international school in Europe”, holding over 15,000 books.
–Mary Glyn Hick: Library Dedication Ceremony in 2016
The Mary Glyn Hick Library is located in the basement floor of our campus, along with the Art Room, Dance Studio, and the Student Services & Counseling offices. Below you can find the library’s floorplan.
On October 19, 2020, Mrs. Victoria Drakou-Kaffas kindly donated a copy of her book “Victoria” to the Mary Glyn Hick Library.”
Mrs. Drakou is a Greek national born in Constantinople (Istanbul), and her book explores the complexities of the life of the Greek minority in this historical city.
If you have a passion for historical novels, and a desire to understand how other people experience the world, you are welcome to visit our library or contact our library staff and ask to borrow a copy!