Join us on a voyage of discovery, reading a different author each month as we celebrate 12 great authors this year.
Join in with National Storytelling Week from 1 February until 8 February and celebrate the tradition that is storytelling!You can be as creative as you like – take part in storytelling activities, make up stories, read stories from books or even act them out. Make sure to join us for some great storytelling activities: Storytime Sessions Storytime… Continue reading National Storytelling Week 2020
In 2019, to celebrate LGBT+ History Month, we launched our collection of LGBT+ books, these were 33 carefully chosen titles and contained both classic and modern books. The aim of this collection has been to showcase some of the wonderful books featuring LGBT+ characters and themes. The collection is for everyone; whether you want to… Continue reading LGBT+ Collection 2020 edition
Equal rights have come a long way in the last 40 years, but despite this less then 30% of researchers worldwide are women, according to data collected by UNESCO. Having a wide, diverse workforce is important in all fields; and this includes full and equal access for all genders.
Thursday 6 February 2020 is Harry Potter Book Night, and there's more magic then usual to be found in our libraries.
Veganuary is the perfect excuse to try some meat-free dishes and start the year on a healthier page.
Did you know Hampshire Libraries have a range of cooking and baking books available to borrow? These includes...
Each month a collection of titles, in both formats, become available to download. There's an almost unlimited number of copies of these titles, meaning there's no wait, no fuss or reserving; just download and enjoy right away.
Join us on a voyage of discovery with a different author each month.
On Holocaust Memorial Day, we remember the six million Jewish men, women and children murdered in the Holocaust, and the millions of people killed under Nazi Persecution, and in the genocides which followed in Cambodia, Rwanda, Bosnia, and Darfur.
The book our online reading group will be reading (or listening to) and discussing in December has been decided on through a vote in the group. The results are in and the December book is...