Carly Harrod from Hampshire Countryside Service tells us about the books that inspired a career with nature and why adults should read more children’s books.
Do you consider yourself creative or do you think that you haven’t got a creative bone in your body? Either way, Hampshire Libraries has put together a collection of titles for you. The Make! collection has arrived in selected branches to empower you in your creative skills. This selection has titles from macrame to song writing, sour dough baking to embroidery, water colours to anime illustration.
Maps have an instant appeal, giving us insight into the changing appearance over the centuries of our localities or the places where our families lived. This talk will introduce you to some of the key series of maps that cover most places in Hampshire, mainly from the 17th to 20th centuries, and will provide advice on how to use them.
World Book Night (Friday 23 April) brings people from all backgrounds together with one goal – to share their love of reading and inspire others to read more. This year the libraries of Aldershot, Andover , Fleet, Chandler’s Ford and Gosport will be taking part, sharing free copies of ‘Stories to Make You Smile’ edited… Continue reading Celebrate World Book Night with us
This theme of this year's challenge is 'Reading Together' and we encourage your to get cosy inside and read, listen and enjoy some stories together. The challenge is for all ages, and with the prospect of a certificate for anyone who reads four books before 28 February, it's a great opportunity to encourage the whole… Continue reading Welcome to the Winter Reading Challenge 2021