Delve into our Collections and discover your next read with curated lists and suggestions from Hamilton City Libraries staff.
This weekend International Tea Day will be observed all around the world! Each year on 21 May, the long history and deep cultural and economic significance of tea is recognised.
Friday 8 April | Children
For young readers who enjoyed Zora & Me: The Cursed Ground, we have a selection of other junior books which share similar themes, of racism, coming of age, civil rights, and the…
Title: Hamilton & Waikato: The ultimate family guidebook Author: Ceana Priest This book is a valuable resource for families looking for local outdoor activities to take their whole family on.
Did you get a new device for Christmas or in the holiday sales? Make the most of it - and your library membership - with these library apps! If your new…
The New Zealand Society of Authors announced the winners and runners-up of this year's New Zealand Heritage Literary Awards at the Christchurch Heritage Festival on 22 October.
Wednesday 6 October | Children
It’s World Space Week! The theme for this year’s event is Women in Space, celebrating accomplishments and contributions of women to the space sector and sciences.
Friday 20 August | Children
Ahead of International Dog Day on 26 August, we've found the best books about our furry friends - and they're all available in eBook format, so you can borrow and…
A selection of books, multimedia, and weblinks to help you discover more about the history of Matariki and how it is celebrated.
April was Autism Awareness Month, so Hillcrest Library was celebrating books about and by people on the autism spectrum.
Tuesday 27 October | Children
A new friend has joined the junior area at Central Library, reaching for books with eight arms! Have a look at the "octo-picks" below.
This week is Te Wiki o Te Reo Maaori - Maaori Language Week! We celebrated by putting up some displays of books in and about reo Maaori for children and…
Tolkien’s well-known fiction story is often assumed to be metaphorical in many areas and aspects, however the fantasy tale of Hobbits, rings of power and quests determining the fate of Middle Earth leads the reader into one of the most fascinating adventures told in the last century.