Please make sure you have eaten and re-hydrated before entering the library as these items must remain in your bag. Remember to leave the library tidy, but most importantly, enjoy your time here.
Amazon today canceled the subscription of books and audio stories for children and students of all ages as long as schools are closed, kids everywhere can instantly stream an incredible collection of stories, including titles across six different languages, that will help them continue dreaming, learning, and just being kids.
National Library Topic Explorer
About the Topic Explorer The Topic Explorer helps you find quality, curated resources on a range of topics to support and inspire inquiry. Each topic features a carefully selected set of national and international resources, including websites, images, videos, books and more.
An amazing resource of information, images and videos, inter-active world atlas, dictionary and much more.
The World of David Walliams
Sign up to The World of David Walliams today and we’ll ensure you’re the first to hear the latest Walliams news, including upcoming events, special offers and school discounts.
Borrow and read free ebooks, audiobooks, and magazines from your library using your phone or tablet. It’s easy to get started―all you need is a Auckland library card!
Reading the Roald Dahl menu
Eating can be a tricky business when you're in one of Roald Dahl's books. For all the delicious and fun foods, there are equally dangerous and disgusting ones! How well do you know your way around a Roald Dahl menu?
What book next?
Not sure what to read next? Local Author Adele Broadbent can help, read her reviews on new fiction books. Search by topic, interest or age level.
Deciding what to read next? You’re in the right place. Tell us what titles or genres you’ve enjoyed in the past, and we’ll give you surprisingly insightful recommendations.
New Zealand Geographic
The entire archive of the New Zealand Geographic magazine dating back to 1989!
Read E-Books for free
What is Open Library? Our goal is to provide a page on the web for every book ever published. At its heart, Open Library is a catalog. The project began in November 2007 and has been inhaling catalog records from some of the biggest libraries in the world ever since. We have well over 20 million edition records online, provide access to 1.7 million scanned versions of books, and link to external sources like WorldCat and Amazon when we can. The secondary goal is to get you as close to the actual document you're looking for as we can, whether that is a scanned version courtesy of the Internet Archive, or a link to Powell's where you can purchase your own copy.
This is me with my Favourite Author.
Check out the the amazing Blackout poetry on display in the library created by the year 7 learners during library time.