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Celebrate World Book Night with us on Wednesday April 23rd 2014

It's about giving books and encouraging anyone who's lost the love of reading or isn't yet into it to pick up a book and read. We’ll be giving out FREE BOOKS at Trinity Leeds in the customer services lounge 4pm - 6pm. (near the food court) and you could win a book token if you take part in our quiz! Trinity Leeds Albion Street Leeds LS1 5AT.

If you can’t join us, you can still download the quiz see 'Documents' on the left hand side of this page. 

  • Why not take a look at our listings in Book News and Events which you see under the 'Related Pages' section on the left hand side of this page for more World Book Night events.
  • Love reading? A choice of thousands of books to borrow FREE from libraries across the city.
  • Explore our new Literary map of Leeds 
  • Not sure what to read next? Visit our library catalogue to see what's new and find the most popular titles. Staff are always happy to help you or try Who Else Writes Like for similar authors
    • Share your own thoughts and be inspired by our Leeds Reads blog - you can check out what other people have read and enjoyed, and submit your own reviews.
    • Join in - reader activities and events on offer for both adults and children include visiting authors - There's a whole host of creative and social opportunities. If you like to talk about books why not come along to one of our informal readers' groups, meet like-minded people, and share your thoughts and ideas. Or put pen to paper yourself with the help of one of our writers’ groups. See our related pages section on the left for more information on how to join.