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Dare you enter the world of Charlie Parker? Described as the finest crime series currently in existence” John Connolly’s dark and haunting novels can be compared to Lee Child, Stephen King and Nordic Noir amongst others. Hammersmith and Fulham Libraries are … Continue reading →
It won’t come as a surprise that authors use both rural and urban real life geographical features in their works. Much internet “ink” has been spilt over J.R.L. Tolkien geographical sources for Middle Earth with completing claims to a number … Continue reading →
Monday evening 26th October Hammersmith Library welcomed acclaimed local Author, Playwright and Screenwriter Courttia Newland. Courttia grew up in Shepherds Bush where he first became a rapper and music producer. Together with some friends released a Drum n’ Bass white … Continue reading →
Outsold only by the Bible and Shakespeare, Agatha Christie (15.9.1890 – 12.1.1976) is the best-selling novelist of all time. She is best known for her 66 detective novels and 14 short story collections, as well as the world’s longest-running play … Continue reading →
“And what is the use of a book,” thought Alice, “without pictures or conversation?” Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll, with illustrations by John Tenniel, was published 150 years ago in 1865. Bali Gosal, a member of staff at Shepherds Bush … Continue reading →
To celebrate World Book Night we were lucky enough to host a visit from James Wallman, local author of the book Stuffocation: Living more with less. His book deals with very topical issues that affect us all today. The author argues … Continue reading →
Originally posted on RBKC Libraries blog:
Last week, Kensington Central Library hosted a marvellous magical performance, by Wizards Present, of the stage adaptation of Michael Morpurgo’s book “I Believe in Unicorns” Five classes, of over 150 children and their teachers,…