Catch up on all the great events and stories from Buckinghamshire Libraries.
Find more library events for adults, children and families at: www.buckscc.gov.uk/events/library-events
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Join us for Geek Week this February Half Term where we will be exploring all things tech, science and geek related. From graphic novels to code clubs to amazing workshops and presentations for children and adults.
Checkout our Children's Book of the Month for January - The Explorer by Katherine Rundell
Get even more reading inspiration with the Blue Peter Book Awards 2018 which celebrates children's books published in the last year in two categories: the Best Story and the Best Book with Facts.
Just in time for Christmas we have increased the number of eMagazines titles from 54 to over 130!So now there's something for everyone!
Find books for adults and children carefully hand picked for quality by our staff at our pop-up bookshop, Shelf Indulgence.
Perfect as Christmas gifts!
Keep warm and toasty with our pick of Short Stories and Life Stories this December.
Buckinghamshire Libraries will be performing an essential upgrade to our Library Management System from 8pm Tuesday 21 November to 12pm Thursday 23 November 2017.
Christmas opening times in libraries 2017
Looking for some lovely Christmas Cards?
Cards for Good Causes are on sale in Princes Risborough, High Wycombe, Marlow, Great Missenden and Buckingham
Introducing Bucks Libraries Book of the Month for November...
Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie
Many of Buckinghamshire Libraries supported Macmillan Cancer Support last month by holding coffee mornings.
We are delighted to announced we raised a huge £2, 198 for the charity.
Join in with the global eReading club 12 - 26 October 2017
What Happened to Lizzie Lovett?
A mystery that readers of Buckinghamshire Libraries can unravel by participating in the world's largest global eBook reading club Big Library Read.
Everyone likes a party, and a party that supports a charity makes everyone feel good. On September 30 High Wycombe Library held a Mad Hatters Tea Party in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support.