Young Browsers

Young Browsers

We have a great range of titles for all ages, fiction and non-ficton. There are gifts, study guides and activity books. There is a table and seats for smaller people to browse the pages in comfort and we run occasional story-times and activity sessions.

All members of the Browsers team are passionate about the wonderful range of books for younger readers and we have our own favourites, whether those wonderful titles which first nurtured our love of reading or recently published books which combine great writing with more contemporary settings.

Over the years we have run a number of author events in the area. Browsers was the instigator for the Woodbridge Children's Book Festival in 2008, with Catherine Larner its artistic director. Read more about this fantastic event here.

We have also worked in partnership with local schools in bringing authors to visit, as well as hosting our own activities.


Grandpa's Great Escape
by David Walliams
The latest hilarious offering from this much-loved writer.
A World Between Us
by Lydia Syson
A fascinating and moving account of a young nurse who has travelled to help the cause of the Republicans in the Spanish Civil War.
Bears Don't Read
by Emma Chichester Clark
A bored bear finds a book in the forest and goes on a quest to find someone to teach him to read it.
Being Billy
by Phil Earle
A powerful story of rejection, hurt and disappointment but also giving hope and inspiration, about a boy who lives in care.
Between Shades of Gray
by Ruta Sepetys
A powerful and moving account of a family sent from Lithuania, deported by the Soviets to Siberia at the beginning of the Second World War.
Between the Lines
by Jodi Picoult
with Samantha Van Leer
What happens when the characters from a fairy tale don't keep to message. A lovely, coming of age book celebrating stories, written by the best-selling author with her daughter.
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Flies Again
by Frank Cottrell Boyce
Comic illustrations, charming characters and a gripping storyline in a world where good will triumph. This is a brilliant, fun, uplifting story you'll want to read again and again.
Clara Button and the Magical Hat Day
by Amy de la Haye
with Emily Sutton
A charming story with astonishing illustration from the much-loved and hugely talented Emily Sutton with familiar scenes from the V&A Museum. There's so much to enjoy in this book!
by Martyn Bedford
Fourteen-year-old Alex wakes up one morning to discover he's not in his own bedroom, and looking into the mirror he doesn't recognise himself. What has happened?
I Believe in Unicorns
by Michael Morpurgo
Children gather in the library for a story about a unicorn. These special times are threatened when war comes to the village. As usual with Michael Morpurgo, this story has many layers and is powerful and poignant.