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.


by Andy Mulligan
When work experience goes out of control! A fantastic idea which has produced a gripping and ultimately uplifting thriller.
Longbow Girl
by Linda Davies
A thrilling adventure set in Wales with archery, adventure, time travel, romance and a strong female character. It's a brilliant book.
Maggot Moon
by Sally Gardner
A bleak setting offset by the heroism of ordinary people. A stunning book.
Noah Barleywater Runs Away
by John Boyne
A magical modern fairy tale about a young boy runs away from home and in a forest meets some unusual people who do strange things.
Oliver and Patch
by Claire Freedman
with Kate Hindley (illustrator)
Combining chic and cute in beautiful illustrations with a touching and uplifting story, for the under fives.
One Dollar Horse
by Lauren St John
A classic girls' story of overcoming the odds, with perseverence and hard work, to realise your dream.
by Ali Sparkes
Boys take a serum giving them the superpower of insects as they embark on their adventures. Funny and witty, with puzzles and fascinating facts too.
Sky Hawk
by Gill Lewis
Children discover a rare bird of prey and keep it safe even tracking its migration pattern.
Stan and Mabel
by Jason Chapman
Animals travel to Milan to perform as an orchestra. A book to make adults and children smile as they read and enjoy the wondeful illustrations.
The Apple Tart of Hope
by Sarah Moore Fitzgerald
A book covering some dark and serious subjects, but the tone is magical and uplifting.