After a hectic but rewarding first year Pittenweem’s community-led library is looking forward to its next chapter.
Three books in a shop display created a brilliant whodunnit which made it look like Adolf Hitler was shot by Clement Attlee.
Philip Pullman has accused the Government of having an exams “fetish” that is “ruining” children’s lives.
An independent bookshop in Harrogate has experienced an outpouring of support after tweeting that times were tough.
A drive-in firm is to screen every Harry Potter film outside at Glencoe – one of the key locations which features in the series based on the novels by JK Rowling.
The Duchess of Cornwall indulged her love of literature when she visited St James Church of England Junior School in Gloucester. Later, the duchess went to open the South Western Ambulance Service 999 Control Hub in Bradley Stoke, Bristol.
Tracy Beaker, the legendary Jacqueline Wilson character and an icon of millennial childhood, is back – and she has become a mum.
Books are so often a means of escapism, but what if they were literally an escape route to a secret room?
An Aladdin’s cave of books once deemed of no interest to Cambridge University academics, including translations of The Hobbit into Cornish and Hawaiian, are to go on public display for the first time.
It’s a conundrum faced by every reader at some point – ditch a book that you are just not enjoying, or see it through with grim determination until the bitter end.