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Reviews, suggestions and lists of new books for children aged 0-11. We have recommendations for readers aged 11+ in our Young Adult section.
Introduce your children to characters and stories old and new with our latest titles
It's Suffolk Dog Day on Sunday 30 July. Why not pick up some dog-related titles to share with your children?
There is a Tribe of Kids, by Lane Smith, won the 2017 Greenaway Medal. Stock librarian Sophie gives her verdict.
Salt to the Sea, by Ruta Sepetys, won the 2017 Carnegie Medal. Library and information advisor Ann gives her verdict.
Moon Juice, by Kate Wakeling, has just won the 2017 CLiPPA (Centre for Literacy in Primary Poetry Award). Why not pick up some books from the shortlist?
Children with dyslexia needn't worry that the Summer Reading Challenge is not for them. We've got a selection of the newest dyslexic-friendly books for various ages and interests
Michael Bond has died at the age of 91. Generations of children have loved his Paddington stories, so why not borrow some books or audiobooks to share with your child?
This month's bumper crop of new children's releases includes the new title from Halesworth librarian Francesca Armour-Chelu
We've picked out some of our favourite children's books about dads for Fathers' Day
A poll has revealed the UK's favourite children's books from the past 80 years. Why not pick up a story that has stood the test of time for your child?