Category: Adult Non-Fiction
Delve into our Collections and discover your next read with curated lists and suggestions from Hamilton City Libraries staff.
The winners of New Zealand Book Awards were announced last night - congratulations to all winners! The winning books are listed below - click on any book to check availability or…
April was Autism Awareness Month, so Hillcrest Library was celebrating books about and by people on the autism spectrum.
Friday 30 April | Adult Non-Fiction
Muslims around the world have been observing Ramadan, a holy month of spiritual reflection, since 12 April.
Friday 23 April | Adult Non-Fiction
The team at Central Library have created a display of books, images and of course poppies to commemorate Anzac Day.
Organize Your Way examines different ways of organizing based on your personality type.
Friday 5 March | Adult Non-Fiction
For those who enjoyed Scar Tissue by Anthony Kiedis: what will you read next? Pick your next read based on what you enjoyed most about the book.
The editors of The Art of the Pulps: An Illustrated History have compiled an impressive and comprehensive collection of American pulp-magazine covers from the earliest examples of the 1890s to the late-1940s.
Tuesday 13 October | Adult Non-Fiction
Written by one of the world’s most influential public intellectuals, Sapiens is a best-seller for good reason. Here are a few suggestions for readers looking for their next nugget of wisdom.
Wednesday 30 September | Adult Non-Fiction
In aid of Bee Aware Month, the team at Central Library have picked out titles about bees and beekeeping and put them on display with facts about why we need…
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…
The annual Out on the Shelves campaign is underway, and all our branches are getting involved with rainbow displays and book recommendations! See below for a list of books featured.
Saturday 11 April | Adult Non-Fiction
Pop in your earphones and immerse yourself in these epic, true adventures on foot as your walk around your neighbourhood. . . again.