12 Tainui Street (Opposite the Memorial Hall)
9am - 5pm Monday to Friday
9am - 1.30pm Saturday
Come check out our adorable portable cabins.
You’ll be spoilt for choice this week. There are as many styles of writing as there are women in the world, so you’re bound to find something to your taste in the library. Check out our most popular female authors below, or go on a voyage of discovery amongst the shelves.
Female Fiction is …
Who is your top female author? Comment below.
When was the last time you were brave enough to pick up a book with over 500 pages? We tend to shy away from these tomes due to the large chunks of time they take up. And when we do commit to big books, we want them to be worth the effort.
While monster-sized books can often be intimidating and hard to get into, some of the greatest works (past and present) are over 500 pages…
The Bone Clocks By David Mitchell
The Watchers By Jon Steele
Mage’s Blood By David Hair
Dragonlance Chronicles By Margaret Weis & Tracy Hickman
Styxx By Sherrilyn Kenyon
The Seven Sisters By Lucinda Riley
The Bronze Horseman Paulina Simons
Dead or Alive By Tom Clancy with Grant Blackwood
The Undivided By Jennifer Fallon
Queen of Fire By Anthony Ryan
Matamata Library has closed for the move to the temporary site. We are hoping to reopen as soon as possible, and we will keep you updated with the latest news.
The temporary library will be located opposite the Memorial Hall on Tainui Street. Until this opens keep using the after-hours slot at the current library if you have books to return.
Don't forget there are e-books and audiobooks available through Overdrive if you cannot be without a book (check out the digital tab for more information). Or drop by Morirnsville Library or Te Aroha Library for a change of scenery - we would love to see you.
We apologise for any inconvenience and disruption this may cause. We look forward to seeing you in our temporary library as soon as possible.
Well, goodness! I do hope you’ve all been reading biographies frantically, as the next book group meeting is only three days away!!
Yes, this Friday, March 3rd, 4pm at Te Aroha Library, we will convene to discuss the many life stories you have been imbibing.
Come one, come all!
And happy reading, everyone –
The team at Matamata-Piako Libraries : )