also known as: New Books, New DVDs, What's Happening, What's New.
There is lots going on in Northumberland Libraries. Have a look at our guide below to find out more about library news, new books and DVDs and library events.
Are you aged 14 – 24 years? Why not volunteer to help with the
Summer Reading Challenge 2013.
Click here to find
out more about volunteering to help with the Summer Reading
The North East is full of talented authors, who write on topics
as diverse as crime, historical fiction, mystery, romance and chick
lit. Ann Cleeves, Dan Smith, Paul Torday who wrote Salmon Fishing
in the Yemen, Val McDermid and Janet McLeod Trotter are just a
small selection of North East Authors. Why not pop down to your
local library and borrow a book today.
Click here to
find out more about North East Authors
Who's Who has up-to-date information about over 33,000
influential people from all walks of life, worldwide. With the
online version you can search this information for free at the
click of a button. Who Was Who. Find out interesting facts - did
you know Sting used to be a teacher in Cramlington.
Click here to find out
more about Who's Who
Have you ever wondered what other people are reading or watching
in Northumberland? Well click here to see which books and DVDs were
the most popular in April at Northumberland Libraries.
Click here to find
out more about Most Borrowed
Have a look at a selection of new books.Please click on the book
covers below to find them in the library catalogue.
Lots of our libraries stock the latest DVDs. Please click on the
DVD covers to find the DVDs in the library catalogue.
For more information on DVDs and borrowing charges please click
There is always lots going on in our libraries. From regular
events such as knitting groups, reading groups and storytimes to
one off events like author talks and craft sessions you are sure to
find something to keep you entertained.
You can find out what events are happening by choosing from the
list of libraries on the left hand side of this webpage or if you
would like a full list of all events happening in libraries