Take a look at our shared book lists

We’re developing an interesting and varied collection of shared booklists on our library catalogue, so if you’re looking for an Autumn read now the nights are drawing in, take a look at what other readers are recommending.

Fiction suggestions include the Scottish Crime Book of the Year, Books I Ought to Read, But Probably Won’t, and the Fiction Uncovered Best of British 2012.

If you haven’t quite recovered from the excitement of Wiggo at the Tour de France and Olympics, give Cycling Mania a go. And if you’re glued to the Great British Bake Off, and are troubled by soggy bottoms, we have just the list for you.

There’s just time to complete the Summer Reading Challenge, and have a go at some Fun Science experiments at home, before the schools go back next week.

Don’t forget that it’s easy to create and share your own lists.


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  1. I’ve just read and really enjoyed “The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry by Rachel Joyce. Probably not my usual read but it was recommended to me by a friend – it follows Harold as he makes an unexpected journey to see a friend. The journey is the journey of a lifetime and has all sorts of unintended consequences. A gentle but thought provoking read

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