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Sylvi the vlogging READing Dog is on summer vacation and like most finns, she spends some time at the summer cottage. Warming up the smoke sauna, making the sauna whisk […]

The Library is open for everyone! Come and spend time and see what services the Library has to offer. In addition to the big collection of books, music, movies, games […]

Raasepori City Library offers a wide range of services for children and families. In addition to the big collection of books, music, movies, games and magazines, there’s a variety of […]

Lemminkäinen is the young hero of Kalevala, a proud and courageous soldier. The different phases of Lemminkäinen’s story comprise an essential part of The Kalevala, the national epic of Finland.

Finland celebrates 100 years of independence with books

Finland is the most literate country in the world, according to a new report from Central Connecticut State University. It’s the first study to analyze large-scale trends in literate behaviour […]

In this short interview, Sujata Massey tells interesting facts about how Rei Shimura, her curious, truthful and justice searching Japanese-American main character, was born and what kind of problems the […]

Richard Russo performed at the Prosak Prose Club organized by Nuoren Voiman Liitto in September of 2012 at the National Theater’s Lavaklubi in Helsinki. In the video David McGuire from […]

Meet Finnish Authors in IFLA 2012, Helsinki 15.8.2012: Meet Seita Parkkola, her intense and ambitious prose takes young readers into the vivid battle between good and evil. Read more: FILI, Finnish […]

Meet Finnish Authors in IFLA 2012, Helsinki 14.8.2012: Meet Matti Rönkä, an author and TV-journalist, whose interesting and topical crime novels are in a league of their own.

Meet Finnish Authors in IFLA 2012, Helsinki 13.8.2012: Meet Monika Fagerholm, award winning Finnish-Swedish author, whose works capture and present moments, moods and mysteries. Read more: FILI, Finnish Litterature Exchange Author: […]

Meet Finnish Authors in IFLA 2012, Helsinki 14.8.2012: Meet Leena Lehtolainen, the bestselling female crime author in Finland. Crime respects no gender roles. Read more: FILI, Finnish Litterature Exchange Author: Leena […]

Meet Finnish Authors in IFLA 2012, Helsinki 13.8.2012: Meet Tove Appelgren, a Finnish-Swedish author and theater director whose children’s books depict ordinary family life with a humorous twist. Read more: […]

Meet Finnish Authors in IFLA 2012, Helsinki 15.8.2012: Meet Johanna Sinisalo, award winning science fiction and fantasy writer – breaker of genre barriers. Read more: FILI, Finnish Litterature Exchange Author: Johanna […]

Banned books: 24th December Santa Claus, Father Christmas, presents Donald Duck (1934) by Walt Disney. The Entresse Library in Espoo, Finland and FAIFE (IFLA Committee on Freedom of Access to […]

Banned books: 23rd December Terhi Nikulainen, chief librarian (retired), presents The Interpretation of Dreams (1900) by Sigmund Freud. The Entresse Library in Espoo, Finland and FAIFE (IFLA Committee on Freedom […]

Banned books: 22nd December Miguel Figueroa from ALA Office for Diversity presents The House of the Spirits (1928) by Isabel Allende The Entresse Library in Espoo, Finland and FAIFE (IFLA […]

Banned books: 21st December Joonas Nevalainen, librarian, presents On the Road (1951) by Jack Kerouac. The Entresse Library in Espoo, Finland and FAIFE (IFLA Committee on Freedom of Access to […]

Banned books: 20th December Chris Crutcher, author, presents Deadline (2007) by himself. The Entresse Library in Espoo, Finland and FAIFE (IFLA Committee on Freedom of Access to Information and Freedom […]

Banned books: 19th December Jan Usher, Curator from National Library of Scotland, presents The Well of Loneliness (1928) by Radclyffe Hall. The Entresse Library in Espoo, Finland and FAIFE (IFLA […]

Banned books: 18th December Sinikka Vuola, author, presents Kiss of the Spider Woman (1976) by Manuel Puig. The Entresse Library in Espoo, Finland and FAIFE (IFLA Committee on Freedom of […]

Banned books: 17th December Barbara Jones, Director of OIF and David Dorman, Executive Director of FTRF, presents Lady Chatterley’s Lover (1928) by D.H. Lawrence. The Entresse Library in Espoo, Finland […]

Banned books: 16th December Markku Lehikoinen, librarian, presents Tintin in the Land of the Soviets (1930) by Hergé The Entresse Library in Espoo, Finland and FAIFE (IFLA Committee on Freedom […]

Banned books: 15th December Lena Sundström, librarian, presents Pippi Longstocking (1945) by Astrid Lindgren. The Entresse Library in Espoo, Finland and FAIFE (IFLA Committee on Freedom of Access to Information […]

Banned books: 14th December Stuart Hamilton, IFLA Director of Policy & Advocacy presents In Utero (1993) by Nirvana. The Entresse Library in Espoo, Finland and FAIFE (IFLA Committee on Freedom […]

Banned books: 13rd December John Birch from National Library of Scotland presents Maus (1972-1991) by Art Splegelman. The Entresse Library in Espoo, Finland and FAIFE (IFLA Committee on Freedom of […]

Banned books: 12th December Olli Myyrä, librarian, presents One Hundred Years of Solitude (1967) by Gabriel Garcia Márguez. The Entresse Library in Espoo, Finland and FAIFE (IFLA Committee on Freedom […]

Banned books: 11th December Jani Nieminen, author and librarian presents Lolita (1955) by Vladimir Nabokov. The Entresse Library in Espoo, Finland and FAIFE (IFLA Committee on Freedom of Access to […]

Banned books: 10th December Liam McArthur, Member of Scottish Parliament, presents Animal Farm (1945) by George Orwell. The Entresse Library in Espoo, Finland and FAIFE (IFLA Committee on Freedom of […]

Banned books: 9th December Pirkko Ilmanen, librarian, presents The Catcher in the Rye (1951) by J. D. Salinger. The Entresse Library in Espoo, Finland and FAIFE (IFLA Committee on Freedom […]

Banned books: 8th December Kai Ekholm, National Librarian, presents Howl and Other Poems (1956) by Allen Ginsberg. The Entresse Library in Espoo, Finland and FAIFE (IFLA Committee on Freedom of […]