A young Aberdeen library member has won a national competition aimed at educating children about road safety.
Seven-year-old Leo Caldwell entered the “Klang: The Road Home” word search competition at Bucksburn Library and was picked as one of four winners from more than 4,000 entries across Scotland.
He received a £25 book token to spend at Waterstones.
When he was presented with his prize at Aberdeen Central Library, it was revealed Leo is the great-grandson of Marcus Milne, who was the city librarian for 30 years from 1938 to 1968.
Leo and his family viewed archival material from Mr Milne’s time at the library.
Councillor John Wheeler, education and children’s services convener, said: “We are very proud to have a local winner of the national KLANG competition. At seven years old it’s a fantastic achievement for Leo to be one of the national winners.
“Libraries within the city are key resources for the development of healthy and safe communities, and with access to free WiFi – and supportive staff – they are ideally placed for digital engagement.”