Social Media

Social Media

Library Social Media Accounts

You can follow South Dublin Libraries on the following platforms: 

South Dublin Libraries Facebook
South Dublin Libraries Instagram
South Dublin Libraries Twitter

Each branch library has their own Facebook Page: 
Ballyroan Library 
Castletymon Library 
Clondalkin Library 
County Library Tallaght 
Lucan Library
Mobile Libraries
North Clondalkin Library
Palmerstown Library Digital Hub 

There are also other social media accounts for other initiatives: 

Red Line Book Festival: Facebook / Twitter / Instagram 


South Dublin Libraries has a range of blogs to help you with finding new library items to take out. 


YAPS! -  The South Dublin Teen Reading Blog is an exciting new blog - a teen reading blognificence - created and managed by library staff who are passionate about young adult (YA)literature. If you want YA recommendations or to find titles for your teen, then YAPS! is THE blog.

OVERALL WINNER of Best Arts & Culture Blog 2016 @ The 2016 Blog Awards 
BRONZE WINNER of Best Books & Literature Blog @ The 2017 Blog Awards
YAPS! also has a dedicated Twitter account here

South Dublin Reads

Formerly Ballyroan Reads, this book review blog by library staff tells you what we're reading. We post book reviews (Tuesday + Thursdays), New Books to Watch Out For (Wednesdays) and Brilliant Book Titles (Monday + Fridays), as well as other occasional features. 

OVERALL WINNER of Best Books & Literature Blog @ The 2018 Blog Awards
OVERALL WINNER of Best Books & Literature Blog @ The 2017 Blog Awards
BRONZE WINNER of Best Arts & Culture Blog @ The 2016 Blog Awards
[Click here for South Dublin Reads]  

World Movies 365

Are movies more your thing? Well, check out our film blog, World Movies 365. Primarily focused on Independent and World Cinema, we also feature mainstream and classic titles. 
[Click here for World Movies 365

Local Studies

Your one-stop-shop for Local History and Local Studies, our Local Studies blog features articles as well as links to a whole host of resourcessuch as our digital archive, SOURCE, Local Maps, our Lecture Series Archive and more! 
[Click here for Local Studies
The Local History has a dedicated Twitter account here

Red Line Book Festival 

The Red Line Book Festival celebrates the very best in local, national and international writing. Check out our latest news here. 
[Click here for Red Line Book Festival news