Episode from Human Rights radio show, Speak up Kōrerotia, with recommended reading on the topic of refugees in New Zealand.
New Music Books
By Donna R30/06/2021
Donna loves music - and books about music. Here are some exciting new / on order titles that have caught her eye.
QUIZ: Matariki and Astronomy
Readers Cup 2021 – The Battle of the Books
The Year 9 Readers Cup is an opportunity for high school students to showcase their reading comprehension. What books are they devouring this year?
A week of dinosaur fun at Fendalton Library
Head along to Fendalton Library Monday 19 to Friday 23 July for a celebration of all things dinosaur! Or try some of these dinosaur resources.
Thank you very much for your kind donation!: 40 years ago this month
Do you remember Telethons? Explore our collection through the events and filming for the 1981 Christchurch Telethon.
Tūranga Successfully Hosts the 123rd Philippine Independence Day Celebration
By Crystal B24/06/2021
Crystal reports back from Philippine Independence Day Celebrations at Tūranga on Saturday 12 June 2021.
Jackie Smelson of Canterbury Savings Bank: Picturing Canterbury
Jackie Smelson a teller at Canterbury Savings Bank, with mayor Hamish Hay, the first person to be issued with Canterbury Savings Bank's new Trustcard, 1976.
Locus Awards: Horror: Mexican Gothic with a side of Plain Bad Heroines
One is a dark fairytale set in 1940s Mexico, the other a story within a story split between the early days of Hollywood and the modern day. Fee recommends them both.
A Clear Dawn: New Asian Voices from Aotearoa New Zealand
Hong reviews a powerful anthology of emerging Asian writers edited by Paula Morris & Alison Wong, published by Auckland University Press.
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