Re-opening of Library

We are pleased to announce that the library is open.

Our hours are:

Monday      11.00 – 13.00
Wednesday     13.00 – 15.00
Friday          11.00 – 13.00

Please note that we are opening for new book loans and returns of previous book loans only.

You will be expected on entry to:

  • Use the hand sanitiser provided.
  • Wear a face covering.
  • Observe social distancing.
  • Provide name and phone number to facilitate track & trace.

We are sorry but we will not be providing any other services; therefore there will be:

  • No Toilets
  • No Seating
  • No Computers
  • No Newspapers
  • No Photocopying, Printing or Scanning
  • No new library members will be taken on

We hope that if all goes well we will be able to expand the opening hours over the coming weeks and gradually restore some of the other services.

See recent new book additions here

Boy in Primrose Hill Library

Primrose Hill Community Library has fantastic stock of new and classic books for all ages (see below). Remember – it’s free to join!

Adult Books

Sarah Aharoni – The First Mrs Rothschild
Deidre Blair – Parisian Lives
Anne Cleeves – The Long Call
Martina Cole – No Mercy
Jeffery Deaver – The Never Game
David Downing – Diary of a Dead Man on Leave
Anne Enright – Actress
Hadley Freeman – House of Glass
Elizabeth Gilbert – City of Girls
Elly Griffiths – Now You See Them
John Grisham – The Guardians
Isabella Hammad – The Parisian
Peter James – The Secret Of Cold Hill
Marina Kemp – Nightingale
David Lagercrantz – The Girl Who Lived Twice
Eric Larson – The Splendid and the Vile
Deborah Levy – The Man Who Saw Everything
Gillian McAllister – How To Disappear
Peter May – Lockdown
Alex Michaelides – The Silent Patient
Santa Montefiore – The Secret Hours
Graham Moore – The Hold Out
A. Mukarjee – A Rising Man
Virginia Nicholson – How Was It For You?
Maggie O’Farrell – Hamnet
Max Porter – Lanny
Norah Roberts – Under Currents
Peter Robinson – Many Rivers To Cross
Hannah Rothschild – House of Trelawney
Philippe Sands – The Rat Line
Polly Samson – A Theatre For Dreamers
Elif Shafak – The Forty Rules of Love
Ali Smith – Spring Summer
Karen Swan – The Hidden Beach
Laon Talley – The Chiffon Trenches
Anne Tyler Redhead – By The Side Of The Road

Children’s books

Julia Donaldson, Lydia Monks – What the Ladybird Heard At the Seaside
Emma Rea – My Name is River
David Walliams – The Beast of Buckingham Palace, Slime, World’s Worst Parents