2016 has been a tough year in many respects. Why not get away from all the problems and curl up with a funny book? Here are a few suggestions.
To mark 25 years since the death of legendary Queen frontman Freddie Mercury, we've picked some great music you can listen to for free with your library card
Bury St Edmunds Abbey, the Mildenhall Treasure, the origins of Lowestoft, 18th and 19th century life and trade and desperate times in a farming family feature in our latest Suffolk fiction and non-fiction titles.
Once again, aspiring wordsmiths around the world are furiously scribbling or tapping away for National Novel Writing Month. We hope our advice books and writing groups can help Suffolk 'wrimos' smash the 50,000-word target. You can even publish your work afterwards using our Suffolk Writes service.
The Publishers’ Association are looking for book-lovers to spread the joys of reading in their communities by becoming Reading Ambassadors. We’ve come up with a few ideas of how you might promote reading for pleasure as a Reading Ambassador.
Last night, Candice was crowned the winner of the 2016 Great British Bake Off. We hope she and the other finalists will join the ranks of several previous contestants, who have written inspiring books you can borrow from Suffolk Libraries.
History lovers won't want to miss these Bookfest talks.
Your children can enjoy fun activities with their favourite authors at Woodbridge Library.
Crime and thriller lovers are in for a treat at this year's Bookfest.
Bookfest brings poetry fans two evenings of lyrical wonder.