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Our Digital Library has plenty on offer for tamariki, to keep them entertained, educated and distracted!

eBooks and eAudiobooks

BorrowBox

BorrowBox is an easy to use platform with downloadable MP3 fiction and nonfiction eResources for children. There is a wide selection of titles including lots of Australian and New Zealand titles. 

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Wheelers ePlatform

Wheelers ePlatform has eBooks and eAudiobooks in an easy-to use app with rich features that will inspire and engage you. 

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TumbleBooks

TumbleBook Library takes existing picture books, adding animation, sound, music and narration to produce an electronic picture book. You can read it, or have it read to you. 

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uLIBRARY for kids

uLIBRARY has a collection of 40+ eAudiobooks for tamariki. You are sure to find your favourites such as Boogie Bear by David Walliams and Frost by Holly Webb.

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eMagazines and eNewspapers

PressReader

PressReader is great for exploring magazines for kids. You will find content on science, outdoors, fandoms and much more in 15 different languages. 

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Libby by OverDrive

Libby app by Overdrive has a great collection of eMagazines just for kids which look just like a real magazine!

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Film and Documentaries

Beamafilm

Beamafilm is a movie streaming platform where you can stream the best family-friendly movies. Use your library card to register. 

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Other free digital resources

StoryNory

StoryNory is an online collection of kids' eAudio books. Anything from original stories to classic fairy tales can be found here, all read by charming narrators. 

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Project Gutenberg

Project Gutenberg has a collection of fiction as well as non-fiction books which can be handy for school research projects!

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International Children's Digital Library

Internation Children's Digital Library (ICDL) has a collection that represents every culture and language so that all kids can appreciate the literature from the whole world.

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