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A very booky Christmas

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Our next meeting will be the last of the year!  Where did 2017 go??  Breaking with tradition this year, we shan’t be looking at anything especially seasonal, going out instead in a blaze of alternate reality.
The topic for December 1st is Science Fiction/Fantasy. 
(If you can find a book that manages to combine Christmas and the SciFi/Fantasy genre, however, you might get a chocolate fish!)

Happy reading, and remember, if you want some help finding a suitable book, come and chat to a friendly librarian

Self loan stations

Our new self loan stations are almost here.

Next week we will be installing them in both Morrinsville and Te Aroha Libraries. Matamata Library will have theirs in the new building.

The Loan stations will allow you to:

Return your own books.

Renew current items on loan.

Issue your own items.

Pay any bills.

We will do our best to minimise any disruption but do be prepared for a little inconvenience while the system is installed,

We know that it will be worth the wait and will enjoy sharing the new experience with you

 

 

Final Week of Book VS Book!

We have reached the finals!

The BFG by Roald Dahl VS Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone by J. K. Rowling

Final Round BFG VS Harry Potter

Comment below for your chance to win!
Voting closes 1.30pm Saturday 23rd September, 2017.

#BookVSBook

 

It's that time again...

Amazingly, it’s October, and we are ready and raring to go with book group this Friday (6th October), 4pm at Te Aroha Library.

Your choice of topic this time round was Non-Fiction from the 300s, 500s or 800s.  It’s not too late if you haven’t chosen a book yet, but you’ll need to get into the library quick smart if you want to be able to join in the discussion on Friday : )

Happy reading –

 

Haiku Hike Reading afternoon.

Our winners gathered for a haiku reading last Friday to enjoy and experience the winning (and highly commended) haiku from our Haiku Hike competition.

Winner Ron Stone left and commended haiku writer Stan WilsonWinner Ron Stone (left) and commended haiku writer Stan Wilson.

Ryder and Benji Johnston haiku writing brothers with their proud parentsRyder and Benji Johnston haiku-writing brothers with their proud parents.Junior Winner Anica Dowing

Junior Winner Anica Downing.

Thank you to all who joined in!

Winning Haikus are on display in each library for you to read.