Stock team member Jo Dixon recommends The Secret Diary of Hendrik Groen, 83 ¼, by an anonymous Dutch author.
Suffolk Libraries advent calendar 2016
Every day until Christmas Eve a member of Suffolk Libraries reveals a book, album or film they'll be giving as a Christmas present, and why.
Library and information advisor Emma Maguire recommends The Dinosaur That Pooped Christmas, by Tom Fletcher, Dougie Poynter & Garry Parsons.
Kedington Library manager Dawn Bamford recommends Ten Little Elves, by Michael Brownlow & Simon Rickerty.
Elmswell Library manager Emma Yarrow recommends the film Elf.
Library and information advisor Nilima Banerji recommends the film Room
Bookstart administrator Kate Bacon recommends the film The BFG.
library and information advisor Tanya Collins recommends The Book Thief, by Markus Zusak.
Libraries innovation and development manager Krystal Vittles recommends The Bubble Boy, by Stewart Foster.
Bury St Edmunds Library assistant manager Gill Turner recommends A Visit From St Nicholas, by Clement C. Moore.
Southwold Library manager Charlotte Clark recommends The Tailor of Gloucester, by Beatrix Potter.
Gainsborough Library staff member Alison Catchpole recommends The Polar Express.
Bury St Edmunds Library staff member Natasha Catchpole recommends Bilbo The Lifeguard Dog: a true story of friendship and heroism, by Steven Jamieson.
Library and information advisor Debra Rowe recommends I'll Be Home For Christmas, by various authors.
Library and information advisor Andrew Miller recommends the board game Ticket To Ride: Europe, which is available to hire from the branch's Board Games Library.
Stock team member Jo Dixon recommends A Body in Barcelona, by Jason Webster.
Library and information advisor Helen Kerridge recommends Mindfulness in Eight Weeks, by Michael Chaskalson.
Leiston Library manager Gayla Rowling recommends Fresh India: 130 quick, easy and delicious vegetarian recipes for every day, by Meera Sodha.
Haverhill Library library and information advisor Audrey Woodley recommends Elizabeth Is Missing, by Emma Healey.
Lakenheath Library manager Chris Howard recommends The Last of the Spirits, by Chris Priestley.
Library and information advisor Theo Clarke recommends A Place Called Winter, by Patrick Gale.
Stock and content manager Paul Howarth recommends The Outrun, by Amy Liptrot.
Deputy head of IT Leon Paternoster recommends Tales of Horror and the Supernatural, by Arthur Machen.
Web content editor Alice Violett recommends The Girl With No Name, by Diney Costeloe.
Chief executive officer Alison Wheeler recommends The Ladybird Book of the Meeting, by Jason Hazeley & Joel Morris.