All libraries are participating in the national Big Jubilee Read, organised by the BBC and The Reading Agency. An expert panel of librarians, booksellers and literature specialists have chosen 70 titles from a "readers' choice" longlist with 10 books for each decade of The Queen's reign.
A book display at Central Library from today (Monday 23 May) to Monday 6 June charts the Queen's life through the decades, while from today until Friday 10 June the Bob Jones Community Hub in Blakenhall is displaying a timeline of the Queen's life.
Wednesfield History Society presents a display of the Queen's life and times from her coronation to the present day at Ashmore Park Library next Monday (30 May) and Long Knowle Library on Tuesday 31 May.
There will be Jubilee fete at Warstones Library next Monday (30 May), including a Teddy Bears Picnic, Punch & Judy, face painting, hook a duck, a raffle, crafts and magic.
Children and adults will even be able to have a "selfie" taken with the Queen thanks to the latest green screen technology which will be visiting Warstones Library on Monday 30 May from 12pm to 4pm, Wednesfield Library on Tuesday 31 May from 10am to 12pm and Central Library on Wednesday 1 June from 10am to 1pm.
The Bob Jones Community Hub will be holding a Platinum Jubilee Party and Afternoon Tea on Wednesday 1 June from 12.30pm.
Meanwhile, the regular Story and Rhyme time sessions taking place over the next couple of weeks will have a Jubilee theme. Rhyme Time sessions for under 4s take place at Bilston Library on Wednesdays from 11am to 11.30am, Low Hill Library on Fridays from 12.45 to 1.15pm, Pendeford Library on Tuesdays from 2.30 to 3pm and Tettenhall Library on Fridays from 10.30am to 11am.
Storytime sessions for under fours take place at Ashmore Park Library on Mondays from 11am to 11.30am, while there are sessions for the under 5s at Warstones Library on Tuesdays from 2.30pm to 3pm, and those for over 4s on Saturdays at East Park Library from 11.30am to 12pmn and Central Library from 12.15pm to 1pm. Please note, libraries will be closed on Bank Holiday Thursday and Friday, 2 and 3 June.
Councillor Jasbir Jaspal, the City of Wolverhampton Council's Cabinet Member for Public Health and Wellbeing, said: "The Queen's Platinum Jubilee is a momentous event in our nation's history and our libraries are keen to celebrate it with a range of activities for all the family.
"There are Jubilee-themed Story Time and Rhyme Time sessions for youngsters. We've also got history displays, including one in partnership with Wednesfield History Society, special family activities and even a chance to get your photo taken with the Queen thanks to our special green screen."