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This year’s Summer Reading Challenge is called “Record Breakers” – and it’s certainly lived up to its name in Hammersmith and Fulham Libraries! More children joined this year in all LBHF libraries compared to previous years, with over 820 children taking … Continue reading
Join the Record Breakers Summer Reading Challenge! Schools are now breaking up for the summer and 6 weeks of long holiday lie ahead… what will your children be doing? Visit your local library this summer to see all the events and activities for … Continue reading
Elin Jones, Stock Librarian, writes: We are very excited to announce the launch of a new E-book service, completely free to Hammersmith and Fulham library users, available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Alongside our existing E-audio collection, … Continue reading
October is Black History Month and there have been several events in Hammersmith & Fulham Libraries, as well as displays of key books in the libraries. But while October serves as a focus for black history, these stories are relevant … Continue reading
We just had to share our fan mail with you…this is from a young reader and happy bookworm! Dear Shepherd’s Bush Library, My mum and I have been coming to this library since it opened and hopefully we will carry … Continue reading