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Literacy
Sister Cities
Cemetery Databases
Exhibition: We Stand Here: Celebrating Five Years of the Christchurch Documentary Project
Friends of the Library
3D Printing
Selector Picks July 2021
Podcast: Settled communities, unsettling news
RSS: Just ordered
Talking Books Book Club
RSS: New Non-fiction
RSS: New fiction
Bookworms Book Club
CHESS FEVER: Just a sweet pawn, trying to become a chaos knight
Wikin te Taetae ni Kiribati - Kiribati Language Week
Tiirama Mai - Matariki panels
WORD Christchurch 2021
Contribute 1990s KidsFest images to Discovery Wall for KidsFest competition
DORA - Introduction to Digital Banking
Japan
Explore resources about Japan, books in Japanese, and celebrate cultural events.
Gardening eMagazines [booklist]
Christchurch Family History Expo 20,21 and 22 August
Leaning into winter cosiness [blog post]
Small Engine Repair Reference Center
Bee swarm at Heyders Road substation: Picturing Canterbury
Kate Greenaway Medal 2021
Carnegie Medal 2021
Literacy
Sister Cities
Auto Repair Source [eResource]
Lunar New Year 2021
Seelctor Picks - February 2021
Waitangi Day Saturday 6 February 2021
Andrew Carnegie Medal for Excellence in Nonfiction
Andrew Carnegie Medal for Excellence in Fiction
World and travel reading guide
Reviews for Young Adults - Best of 2020
Most Popular in 2020
Podcast: Digital Exclusion
The Filipino Salakot
Christmas music - online streaming
Summertime Reading Challenge
School holiday programmes and activities
Christmas in Christchurch
Best of 2020
Summer reading picks 2020 / 2021
A year of reading locally
Competition: Opera at the library - Eight Songs for a Mad King
Holiday Cookie Cutters - STEAM Lab Online
Podcast - Holocaust Awareness
Books we love - Reeds' Lilliput Dictionary Maori
Best of the Year for Tamariki 2020
Filipino Fan Language
Wrapping around the Christmas Tree
Podcast - Loneliness among young people
Focus on Men Expo 22 November
Podcast - Te hirahira o te reo Maori
Reverie - Big Library read - on until 16 November
New Titles and Selector Picks November 2020
Christchurch Heritage Festival
Crime Writers' Association Awards
Sipa: A Beloved Filipino Game
"... the book builds a thirst for its water": Elizabeth Knox on The Absolute Book
WORD Christchurch: Tell it slant
Courage, love, and sacrifice: Nancy Wake in fact and fiction
Dia de los Muertos / Day of the Dead
Meet the nominees: The International DUBLIN Literary Awards
The Swimmers: A Quiet Devastation
Jackstones: Traditional game of the Philippines
Niue Language Week - Faahi tapu he vagahau Niue
Niue Language Week Craft - Kahoa
Something to See*: WORD Christchurch Spring Festival 2020
Family Her-Story
Fijian salusalu craft - Fijian Language Week
Star Wars Reads: Read. This is the way.
The World of Judge Dredd
Graphic novels and Comics guide
Reviews for Young Adults - October 2020
A dream come true - The Christchurch Town Hall turns 48
Happy 150th birthday, Canterbury Museum!
NZ General Election 2020
Tuvalu Language Week Vaiaso o te 'Gana Tuvalu
STEAM Lab Online
School holiday programmes
Photo Hunt 2020
Te Wiki o te Reo Maori
Read our Te Wiki posts.
Together We Read: The Van Apfel Girls are Gone - 17 September to 1 October
Christchurch City Libraries joins hundreds of libraries and thousands of readers across Australia and New Zealand in offering the latest Together We Read digital book club selection. From 17 September until 1 October, library users can enjoy Australian author Felicity McLean's The Van Apfel Girls are Gone eBook for free with no wait lists or holds. Readers can access the ebook by visiting OverDrive or by downloading the Libby app, and then participate in an online discussion.
WORD Christchurch Spring Festival 2020
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Women's Prize for Fiction 2020
Hamnet Maggie O' Farrell is the 2020 Winner.
Cathedral Square traffic bollard: Picturing Canterbury