Learn more about the origins of Anzac Day and find library resources about the Anzacs and Gallipoli.
Visit Central Library Peterborough to view this exhibition of uniforms, equipment, photographs, publications, badges and letters.
Find out more about the First World War - Librarian Kat Moody interviews Peter Hart, Oral Historian at the Imperial War Museum.
Explore our resources on the First World War as New Zealand commemorates WW100 - the First World War centenary.
Now is the ideal time to start some research into those who served in the First World War.
NZMM launches in Christchurch on Friday 1 May 7pm at Central Library Peterborough with a gig featuring Martin Phillipps from The Chills.
Spreydon Library is closed from Monday 20 April 2015 for earthquake repairs and will re-open Monday 4 May.
How do you rate Christchurch City Libraries? What are we doing well? What can we do better?
Find out our opening hours around Anzac Day 2015 - Saturday 25 April and Monday 27 April.
Explore all the stuff that has arrived in our libraries this month.
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Reading is more fun with our eResources for kids.
Access to the Lynda.com video library of courses and tutorials on software, technology, creative and business skills.
Access to the digital archive of the world-renowned magazine National Geographic from 1888 to the current issue.
Find out how to pick an eReader that you can use to download library eBooks.
Reading to dogs is back - now it is at Upper Riccarton, South, and Papanui. Book now, it is a fun way to help kids get reading aloud.
Browse the latest books and DVDs for kids.
Science Alive is back from 28 April in 10 libraries - afterschool learning for kids with the excellent Science Alive educators.
Help for kids to get their homework done.
We can answer your questions and help you find what you need - chat online with a librarian now.
Christchurch City Libraries connects you with Auckland Writers Festival held from 13 to 17 May at the Aotea Centre.
Bring a cookbook to morning tea and suddenly everybody at the table has an opinion.
Matt paper looks nice for about five minutes, but don’t put…
Explore the best in fiction and non-fiction. We list the winners and nominees for a range of book prizes and awards.
Explore the vibrant past of Christchurch and the wider Canterbury region that extends back many hundreds of years before 1850.
Find out about the winning kapa haka teams from Te Matatini Kapa Haka Festival.
Lots of people were wowed by Te Matatini National Kapa Haka Festival. Find out more about kapa haka.
Masha's journey from Slovenian, to English, to Te Reo Māori.
Come and discover Te Whata Raki. Learn about some traditional stories, told through waiata, pictures and other web resources.
WORD Christchurch - in association with Auckland Writers Festival - is bringing 6 top authors to town for its Autumn Season 13 to 17 May.
Oi You presents Spectrum Street Art Festival in Christchurch. Explore our street art resources, with a focus on the local.
A report on How to be a feminist panel, International Women’s Day, Sunday 8 March. Presented by WORD Christchurch and UC College of Arts.
Discover the origins of our Christchurch street and place names.
Authors with a Canterbury connection.
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Listen to the amazing winning entries in our Summertime Sounds music competition!
If you like The Hunger Games, Divergent or The Maze Runner, and you're looking for a new series, try these.
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Shirley Library's favourite stories for young adults set during the First World War.
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Browse our collection of eBooks for teens.
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