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This Pride Month, we're inviting people from the LGBTQA+ community to publish their stories and experiences with our Proud Suffolk writing project. The project aims to celebrate the community, get their voices heard and promote understanding and acceptance across the county.
Suffolk Libraries is offering to help local wellbeing charities reach a wider audience by converting their information leaflets into digital versions and adding them to a new Health and Wellbeing section on its OverDrive eBook platform.
Felixstowe Book Festival returns for a seventh year from 27 - 30 June. Its wide-ranging programme includes several events for children and young people at Felixstowe Library.
From Saturday 20 July, the annual Summer Reading Challenge will be back in full swing across all 44 of Suffolk's libraries as well as the weekly Suffolk Libraries Local sessions in Shotley and Rushmere.
Several Suffolk Libraries will be celebrating the magic of bedtime stories for BookTrust's Pyjamarama campaign next week (3 - 9 June).
Josh Mayhew from Ipswich Academy is the winner of Suffolk Libraries’ Book Mastermind competition 2019.
Everyone at Suffolk Libraries is very sad that we've lost one of our most cherished children’s authors and illustrators following the death of Judith Kerr.
One young book fan has won a special competition run by Suffolk Libraries to find the county's favourite children’s book. People of all ages were asked to name their favourite title to enter the competition for the first Suffolk Libraries Children’s Month in April.
From 17 June - 1 July, you can borrow A Dangerous Act of Kindness by LP Fergusson on OverDrive without a wait list and join in a worldwide discussion.
The Metaphysical Poets by Jim Hunter was recently returned to Lowestoft Library, having been overdue since September 1967.