Beyond the ice limit
By: Douglas J. Preston
That thing is growing again. We must destroy it. The time to act is now…”With these words begins Gideon Crew’s latest, most dangerous, most high-stakes assignment yet. Failure will mean nothing short
Beyond the ice limit
New Disability Resource Trust Meet-Up at Upper Hutt City Library!
Meet with HVDRT staff and others for a cuppa and chat about what is happening in Upper Hutt for you.
Every Tuesday, 10.30am —12pm
For more information about HVDRT, …
There’s a bit of everything in this month’s selection of new books in the General non-fiction living-room:
The literature book
By: Atkinson, Sam, editor.
“Featuring over 100 best-selling books, plays and poetry from all over the world, including Latin American
By: David Hewson
Kim and Mia Timmers were ten years old when they were accused of murdering the rest of their family and the lead singer of the world famous band, The Cupids. The evidence seemed irrefutable at
Love of the Game: A Stardust, Texas Novel
It’s an eclectic selection of new books this month in the Countries living-room:
Great American eating experiences : local specialties, favorite restaurants, food festivals, diners, roadside stands, and more
By: Nelson, Andrew, author of foreword.
“Follow the locals to their
We have a varied range of biographies for you to choose from this month:
Snow on the Lindis : my life at Morven Hills Station
By: Snow, Madge, 1932- author.
“A station matriarch recounts a life lived on the famous
Dust on the horizon
By: Tricia Stringer
1881. Joseph Baker works hard on his pastoral lease at Smith’s Ridge, in the beautiful but harsh land of the Flinders Ranges. For Joseph this lease, lost to his family in the early
Learn a new skill online, in your own time!
Lynda.com is a new database available for free to all library customers. There are over 2900 courses available in subject areas such as animation, business, design, photography, education, software, and much …
Grab a bargain or three at our Book Sale that starts this Saturday 21 May and runs through to Sunday 5 June at Central Library!…