Our librarian Wendy Kirk and her volunteers, along with library users, have picked out books old and new to inspire and challenge you.
Not sure where to start? Why not ask our Reader in Residence, Magi Gibson? Readers can book a one-to-one session with Magi to discuss where they’re at with their reading, as well as new areas they might like to try out.
We love books at the Library, and we’re always looking for our new favourite book: why not recommend a book you love?
Recent Reading Ideas Posts:
It took me a while to get into the first few chapters, but after that I was hooked and tore through all three….
This is a disturbing, but absorbing book. At its heart is the deep love of a mother for her son and her determination to protect him at all costs.
This is by no means easy reading. I found I could only manage a few chapters at a time before turning to something more cheerful, but I always came back to it. It’s an important story which happened within living memory and we should never forget the barbarism, but also the courage and instinct for survival, of which humans are capable.