Chinese Storytime at Johnsonville Library!

Come and join us for a fun and interactive Mandarin Storytime with Chinese stories, songs and rhymes.

Children and care-givers who speak Mandarin, or use Mandarin as a second language will love these sessions.

Our next Chinese Storytime will be held at Johnsonville Library on:

Friday 15th June at 10.30am and will continue on the third Friday of each month.

This is a free event aimed for pre-schoolers through to 10 years but all are welcome

Session will run for 30 minutes.

欢迎加入Johnsonville 图书馆中文故事,儿歌活动

时间是每个月的第三个星期五上午10.30-11 点 地点是约翰逊图书馆 电话04-4776151

Let’s Go Lego at Johnsonville Library!

Are you looking for something to do after school?  Then come along and have some fun by creating and completing Lego challenges.

Johnsonville Library have their event on Friday 8th June at 3.30pm – 4.30pm.

Let’s build – Let’s explore – Let’s create… Let’s Go Lego!!

Suitable for age 5+

Kids’ Club Review by Genevye: Fatima the face-painting fairy

Fatima the face-painting fairy, by Daisy Meadows

 

I recently read one of Daisy Meadows new book, which was like the old books but a little bit more detail and much better ideas. In this book, nasty spoilt Jack Frost steals Fatima the face-painting fairy’s magical mirror keyring! Can Kirsty and Rachel save the day, or will Jack Frost get his way? Read this book to find out! Overall, this book was ok, if I had to read I would.

3 stars

Reviewed by Genevye from Johnsonville, 7 years old

Free Movie Night at Johnsonville Library

Come along to our free movie night on Friday 1st June at 5.30pm at Johnsonville Library

This month’s movie is about a family of superheroes who have been forced to hide their powers and live ordinary lives until a mysterious communication summons them to a remote island for a top secret assignment.

This film is rated PG.

Not sure what film we’re talking about? You can call the library or talk to a librarian to find out what is playing each month.

Bring your own cushion for a comfy night in. Movies will play in the Children’s section of the library.

Kids’ Club Review by Genevye: The naughtiest girl in the school

The naughtiest girl in the school, by Enid Blyton

It was amazing! It’s about a spoilt and selfish girl called Elizabeth Allen and she gets sent to boarding school because her babysitter needs to go to a new family and her mum and dad were going somewhere. Elizabeth whines and tries to make her mum change her mind, but it doesn’t work. When she gets there she already planned that she would be naughty and selfish so she can get sent home. Then a monitor called Rita ,who is very kind, says to Elizabeth to be nice and be friends with a lonely girl called Joan. They become friends, and Elizabeth never even thought about being rude, lots of other things happen, but it’s really amazing. Come on…. you know you want to read it.!

5 stars

Reviewed by Genevye from Johnsonville, 7 years old

Let’s Go LEGO Schedule Update

This is just a very quick update to let you know that from the 2nd of June, Let’s Go LEGO at Karori Library will be held half an hour earlier from 2:00-3:00pm. Previously it was held from 2:30-3:30pm. We hope that this change means that you’ll all have more time to chat and browse the library for books to take home following each session!

 

Here’s the updated Let’s Go LEGO schedule:

Cummings Park (Ngaio) Library: First Thursday of the month, 3:30-4:30pm

Khandallah Library: First Friday of the month, 3:30-4:30pm

Karori Library: First Saturday of the month, 2:00-3:00pm

Mervyn Kemp (Tawa) Library: Second Thursday of the month, 3:30-4:30pm

Johnsonville Library: Second Friday of the month, 3:30-4:30pm

For more info about the Let’s Go LEGO programme, check out the What’s On page here, email enquiries@wcl.govt.nz, or ask your local librarian

A Lego creation by the very talented Elijah at Karori Library!

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Games Night at Johnsonville Library!

Join us for a Games Night at Johnsonville Library this Friday 25th May at 5pm.

We have a range of board games to choose from including popular classics like Settler of Catan, Risk or Trivial Pursuit and less common games like Starfluxx, Munchkin or King of Tokyo.

Most games are for ages 8+ though we have a few games for younger children too. You could also bring a game of your own to play with new people.

Games Night starts at 5pm but you are welcome to arrive late, you might just need to wait a little before you can join in the next round.

We’re looking forward to seeing you there.

Kids’ Club Review by Genevye: Drama

Drama, by Raina Telgemeier (Young Adult Comic)

I love this book so much, it’s about a girl called Callie and there is a school play and she and her friends Liz and Matt and they are on stage crew in that play. Later than, Callie sees that Matt has made a poster for that school play. She hangs it up on a board in her school, when she was doing that two boys who she never saw before were taking a look at it. There are other really interesting stuff in this book that you should read. I recomend ages 7-12 should read this.

5 stars

Reviewed by Genevye from Johnsonville and , 7 years old

Chinese Storytime at Johnsonville Library

Come and join us for a fun and interactive Mandarin Storytime with Chinese stories, songs and rhymes.

Children and care-givers who speak Mandarin, or use Mandarin as a second language will love these sessions.

Our next Chinese Storytime will be held at Johnsonville Library on:

Friday 18 May at 10.30am and will continue on the third Friday of each month.

This is a free event aimed for pre-schoolers through to 10 years but all are welcome

Session will run for 30 minutes.

欢迎加入Johnsonville 图书馆中文故事,儿歌活动

时间是每个月的第三个星期五上午10.30-11 点 地点是约翰逊图书馆 电话04-4776151