Latest Top 10 Childrens Non-Fiction

Now that the Guinness World Records 2018 is all official and on the shelves you can see which record you want to go for! There are some impressive Christmas world records.  If you were going for a record breaking number of lights for a home Christmas display you would have to top 601,736!

If your family force you to go to the beach you can take a world of interest with you! (The Star Wars books are still some of the most popular.) We’re waiting to see what will go on to the library shelves with the release of the new movie!

  1. Minecraft : Guide to exploration, by Stephanie Milton
  2. The LEGO books, by Daniel Lipkowitz
  3. First readers in Māori. various authors, published by Huia
  4. Minecraft : redstone Handbook, by Nick Farwell
  5. Harry Potter and the cursed child, by Jack Thorne, John Tiffany and J. K.  Rowling
  6. Guinness world records 2018.
  7. Star Wars: The visual encyclopedia, by Patricia Barr
  8. Star Wars character encyclopedia, by Simon Beecroft
  9. Terraria, by Daniel Roy
  10. Pokemon : Classic collectors handbook, from Scholastic

Kōhunga Kōrero – storytimes in te reo Māori

Kohunga Korero Banner SmallPreschool storytimes in te reo Māori are on soon at a library near you. Perfect for experiencing and learning te reo, practicing the language or simply snuggling up to hear a good story.

Kōhunga Kōrero is on in the following libraries:

Newtown Library: every 1st Wednesday of each month at 10.30 am

Cummings Park (Ngaio) Library: every 2nd Thursday of each month at 10.15 am

Mervyn Kemp (Tawa) Library: every 3rd Wednesday of each month at 10.30 am

Miramar Library: every 4th Thursday of each month at 10.15 am

Information on Kohunga Korero can be found here. See you there!

Special Storytelling at Tawa Library

Mervyn Kemp (Tawa) Library are hosting a special te reo Maori storytelling session this week! Perfect for 2-6 year olds and their caregivers. Come along to listen to actor and storyteller Toa Waaka weave stories and legends in Maori and English. A perfect opportunity to learn and experience te reo Maori through stories – all are welcome!

Tawa Library, Wednesday 17th November 2010, 10.30-11.15am, Free!