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Book Week reading recommendations from our Secondary Librarian

Take time to read and relax with these Book Week recommendations from our Secondary Librarian

  • Snowglobe Amy Wilson
  • When the sky fell on Splendor
  • Shadow Jumper
  • Runebinder
  • Cream buns and crime
  • The colour of the sun
  • The Hunters
  • Field notes on love

For full descriptions and more recommendations go to the Library page on Firefly! 


Snowglobe by Amy Wilson 

Daydreamer Clementine discovers a mysterious house standing in the middle of town that’s full of snowglobes, each containing a trapped magician. 


When the sky fell on Splendor by Emily Henry 

Franny investigates local ghost stories, filming for her YouTube fans. Until one evening, when the strange and dangerous thing on film isn't fiction. 


Shadow Jumper by J.M. Forster 

Jack’s allergy to sunshine confines him to the shadows. Shadow jumping on the rooftops at dusk makes him feel alive. And free. 


Runebinder by Alex R. Kahler 

Monsters prowl abandoned streets. Only Hunters can fight back in the unending war, using the magic that ended civilization in the first place. 


Cream buns and crime by Robin Stevens 

Packed with mini mysteries, this is the perfect book for budding detectives and fans of the 'Murder Most Unladylike' series. 


The color of the sun by David Almond 

One morning Davie steps out of his front door. The world he enters is very familiar but as the day passes, it becomes ever more dramatic and strange. 


The hunters by John Flanagan 

Hal and his brotherband are on the trail of the pirate Zavac with one thing only on their minds: stopping the bloodthirsty thief before he can do more damage. 


Field notes on love by Jennifer E. Smith 

Hugo and Mae are two teens thrown together on a cross-country train trip that will teach them about love, each other, and the futures they can build for themselves. 


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Secondary Librarian