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Wild Reads

Explore and celebrate the connection between the natural world and the written word with these reading selections. In partnership with Suffolk Wildlife Trust.

The Wild Reads project aims to inspire a love and appreciation of nature through reading. Explore our selected titles, supporting booklists and a programme of activities in libraries and other wild places.

Enjoying our Wild Reads collection? Let us know what you think on Twitter by tagging @SuffolkLibrary and @SuffolkWildlife and using the hashtag #WildReads

The Wild Reads collection

The Moth Snowstorm by Michael McCarthy

In this stunning memoir to nature by Michael McCarthy, one of Britain’s leading writers on the environment and the natural world, McCarthy tells the tale of how his love of the wild world emerged and how nature has changed over the years.

Borrow The Moth Snowstorm

The Moth Snowstorm by Michael McCarthy

Join Suffolk Wildlife Trust for their Walking Book Club event on Tuesday 19 July at Christchurch Park in Ipswich, where we will be discussing Waterlog by Roger Deakin.

Get more information on the featured authors and suggested reading, plus lots of wild activities, spotters’ guides and recommended reserves to visit from the Suffolk Wildlife Trust.