Libraries are great and this is a fantastic time to come and explore them. There are stories of all kinds, rhymes and poetry, and factual books on just about every subject you can imagine and not forgetting joke books!
- Beginner readers will find a wide variety of easy to read books, look out for series like Titchy Witch by Rose Impey or The Scaredy Cats series by Shoo Rayner.
- Fluent readers are spoilt for choice, there are stories to suit all tastes, from Artemis Fowl to Jacqueline Wilson, from the classics, to new novels from the best of today's children's authors.
- Every library has a huge range of non-fiction books too, to help with your homework, learn magic tricks to amaze your friends, find out fantastic facts from the Horrible Histories series, or read poetry and tell jokes.
- If you cant find the book you want Library staff are always happy to help you find your favourite authors and books, and will try to answer any questions you may have. Plus you can order any book from another library for free.
Things to do
Every holiday there are events on in a library near you, they are all free and great fun. Check out what is happening at your local library in the school holidays to see what we are doing.
- If you have joined the library you can use a computer in the library and log on to the Internet for free. You can check out your favourite sites or play CD Rom games, all for free.
- All libraries have CDs and DVDs for you to borrow and some even have PlayStation and XBox games for you to take home!
- Come in and relax, meet new friends, read a magazine, chill with us in the library.
Accessible from home, at school or in the library, all you need is your library card number handy: