Renee recommends fiction titles with a wintry theme and offers advice on using large print options for eBooks.
Nebula Award-winner: The Calculating Stars by Mary Robinette Kowal
What if a black woman, in an alternate 1950s timeline in which Earth has been impacted by a meteorite, worked towards becoming an astronaut?
Tūranga through the eyes of children (exhibition on until Wednesday 3 July)
We are thrilled to present Tūranga through the eyes of children. This exhibition is currently running in Tūranga in the Exhibition Space outside Tautoru / TSB Space, Hapori | Community, Level 1 until Wednesday 3 July. It celebrates Fendalton Open Air School's learning about photography.
Podcast: Refugee resettlement in New Zealand
Episode from Human Rights radio show, Speak up Kōrerotia, with recommended reading on the topic of refugees in New Zealand.
Dux de Lux courtyard: Picturing Canterbury
Courtyard at the Dux de Lux bar and restaurant (41 Hereford Street). A local image from the Discovery Wall.
Mid-winter family fun at the library
Some Christmas traditions just make more sense in cold weather - enjoy ugly Christmas jerseys, hot chocolate and more at selected libraries.
Come to Lyttelton for Ka Awatea – A Celebration of Matariki, and Winter Wanderland
By Donna R26/06/2019
Come to Lyttelton for Ka Awatea – A Celebration of Matariki, and Winter Wanderland from 23 to 30 June.
I’m ready for the 2019 Garden Bird Survey
There is a very large tree in our yard that Mr L says is too big and should go. The birds and I disagree and so far we are winning the argument. The tree is a great place for nests during nesting season. In autumn, when the tree has berries, the birds arrive for a…
Behind closed doors, Open Christchurch – Have a look inside (and outside) at some of Christchurch’s most interesting buildings
By Donna R25/06/2019
If, like me, you are curious about Christchurch architecture and buildings, Open Christchurch is going to be a treat. It runs from Sunday 30 June to Saturday 7 September, with one event per week over winter. It's bought to you by Te Pūtahi: Christchurch Centre for architecture and city-making.
The Rift by Rachael Craw – nominated for Best Young Adult Fiction in the NZ Book Awards for Children and Young Adults
The Rift by Rachael Craw - nominated for Best Young Adult Fiction in the NZ Book Awards for Children and Young Adults
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