Let your library sort out your Christmas presents

Christmas is getting closer and closer and you may still be wondering what present to get for family or friends. If you want to purchase affordable and useful gifts, look no further than your local libraries!

Calendar 2015Library 2016 Calendars
This collectable and unique calendar contains vintage photos of the libraries in Wellington for the past 175 years. It’s definitely a good choice of gift for your friends and families.

Concession cards
Treat your friends and family to DVDs, CDs, magazines, best sellers and reserves by giving them library concession cards. These are a convenient way to pay for your items. In fact, why not buy one for yourself? Full details on the features are here.

Library CDs
The Whispers in the Wind CD, a collection of 10 children’s stories by Wellington authors, is on sale at your local library for $9.50. Hear Wellington authors; Joy Cowley, Janice Marriott, Fleur Beale and more read their own stories for 5-12 year-olds – it’s a real treat.
Plus for the younger set – jam-packed with 33 traditional rhymes and songs, the Baby Rock & Rhyme CD is $12. Suitable for 0-4 years, it’s a perfect stocking filler.

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Searching for a good-sized bag to carry all your Christmas presents? Then consider our library bags, still a steal at $3,  – and our children’s bags are perfect at $5 each for the togs and towel if the big day happens to turn out warm. Our new library bags are designed to fit CDs, DVDS and other small gifts, for sale at the library for $2.50.

1 thought on “Let your library sort out your Christmas presents”

  1. I am very keen to have a new library. I am an enthusiastic user of the current premises. I find the staff very helpful. Also, there is not the parking problem that one faces when using the library in the city.

    The library is well set up but could do with being much bigger.
    There needs to be more space for DVDs and CDs.
    It needs to be easier to join and not such a drama when one looses a card. It was very hard for me to get signed up to use the library elf again. Thanks to one staff member this was eventually accomplished.

    Whatever is decided for the design I would like to say, let there be a safe pedestrian crossing nearby. There is not one at all currently. Well, there are in fact two, but there are further away than the one that used to be there directly across from the supermarket car park.

    All the best for the future.

    Helen Wilson

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