I love a bit of Christmas music history - there's been some outstanding contributions over the journey. From The Ramones with their rockin' "Merry Christmas (I
Librarians recommend 3 fiction titles, 2 non-fiction titles, and 1 movie to challenge and inspire in time for International Mountain Day 2019. Fiction The Rich Man's House by Andrew McGahan What if… early in our region's European history, a mountain was discovered in the Southern Ocean that dwarfs Everest in every way? What happens? This is an exploration of…
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Christchurch City Libraries patrons can join millions of readers worldwide in a riveting tale of survival during Big Library Read, the world’s largest digital book club. From November 4–18, booklovers can borrow Gilly Segal and Kimberly Jones’ powerful debut Young Adult novel, I’m Not Dying With You Tonight, from their public library as an eBook…
Christchurch Star archive is an extensive collection of photographic prints, negatives and newspaper clippings mostly covering local stories including community events, local people, places and sporting events from the 1960s to the 1990s.
Publications Finder is probably one of the most useful tools in the toolbox for researchers looking for journal articles.This brilliant online resource allows you to search by publication title, subject or ISSN or ISBN number. If browsing is more your style, you can browse by title or by subject. Through Publications Finder you can find all of the journals and magazines that are available across our many platforms, all available full-text. There are over 100,000 journal titles available, covering subjects like astronomy, oceanography, film and zoology.
Wednesday 18 September is Read an eBook Day. Share what you’re reading, or why you love ebooks with the hashtag #EBOOKLOVE on social media for a chance to win a tablet from OverDrive!
The Positive Ageing Expo will be held at Papanui High School on Monday 30 September, and promises to be a fun day combining information about services for older adults. Entry is free, and there will be entertainment on site.