January Blues.

The 20th January is Blue Monday – supposedly the day of the year when the most people feel depressed! To support and cheer people who may be feeling a bit down we are having a campaign to create a Mood-boosting Top Twenty list of books chosen by the people of Brighton & Hove, we will then promote them in libraries.

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The Mood-boosting display at Jubilee Library.

Have you visited Jubilee Library to see our Mood-boosting display?

We also have more information about Mood-boosting here and a link to the Five Ways to improve your wellbeing and increase your emotional resilience.

 

 

 

 

 

Today’s recommendation is from Louise…

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                lou3Lady Audley’s Secret by Mary Elizabeth Braddon. 

 This is a Victorian sensation novel, so expect drama, suspense, mystery and murder. A wonderful read with a fantastic plot and unforgettable characters.

Do you have a mood boosting book you would like to recommend?

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Tweet @BHLibraries using the hashtag #BHhappybooks

E-mail us at libraries@brighton-hove.gov.uk with BHhappy books in the subject line

Or fill in one of the mood-boosting postcards at Jubilee Library or your local Mind shop by 30th January.

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