Twitter | Search | |
Wgtn City Libraries
Wellington City Libraries: events, books, magazines, CDs, DVDs, blogs and more (tweets by WCL web team)
39,026
Tweets
2,889
Following
5,283
Followers
Tweets
Wgtn City Libraries 3h
"With a little imagination, a library is a place where anything can be done." Read 's interview with , described as "The Willy Wonka of libraries."
Reply Retweet Like
Wgtn City Libraries 4h
Margaret Rogerson, author of Sorcery of Thorns, talks about her favourite libraries, both real & fictional, from
Reply Retweet Like
Wgtn City Libraries 5h
Shhh…Secrets of the Librarians, the ongoing series from , interviews author and librarian Jon Michaud: " [The library is] a place where social status is leveled, where there is no barrier to admission, and no one is stigmatized."
Reply Retweet Like
Wgtn City Libraries 6h
Read our author interview with Sir Julius Vogel "Best New Talent" award winner She won for her debut novel, The Kingfisher’s Debt. Read all about her writing process, the Vogel Awards, & what it’s like to be a fantasy writer in New Zealand.
Reply Retweet Like
Wgtn City Libraries 7h
Arapaki Manners Library is now in its 3rd week! It’s been great to see plenty of familiar faces, & to sign up many new patrons. Click here for an overview of the collections. Arapaki Manners Library is open: Mon–Fri 8am–7pm; Sat & Sun 9:30am– 5pm
Reply Retweet Like
Wgtn City Libraries 10h
Mōrena Pōneke! Come along and learn how to confidently sing the te reo Māori verse of the NZ national anthem at our FREE, FUN and SUPPORTIVE te reo Māori class this Thursday at 5.15pm. This is a stand alone session. For more info, or to book, click here:
Reply Retweet Like
Wgtn City Libraries Jun 23
Some excellent choices in this booklist! 🌈
Reply Retweet Like
Wgtn City Libraries Jun 23
Author Philippa Werry on the books she wouldn't part with via
Reply Retweet Like
Wgtn City Libraries Jun 23
We're getting excited for tonight's Matariki storytime by torchlight at Brooklyn Library! BYO torch and come along in your PJs ready for some heart-warming bedtime stories and songs.
Reply Retweet Like
Wgtn City Libraries Jun 20
New fiction has arrived and will be in branches on Monday!
Reply Retweet Like
Wgtn City Libraries Jun 20
5 strong female characters who don’t need a Prince Charming - via
Reply Retweet Like
Wgtn City Libraries Jun 20
Eight years, two titles and one well-timed war: how Catch-22 became a cult classic via
Reply Retweet Like
Wgtn City Libraries Jun 20
Check out our LGBTIQ+ Reads section on including mysteries, non-fiction, audiobooks, teen and adult fiction 🌈
Reply Retweet Like
Wgtn City Libraries Jun 20
Are you interested in little known stories and vast societal histories? These recent history books might be just your cup of tea!
Reply Retweet Like
Wgtn City Libraries Jun 20
Mōrena Wellingtonians! Our branches (Tawa, Kilbirnie & Karori) have Baby Rock & Rhyme on this morning!
Reply Retweet Like
Wgtn City Libraries Jun 19
Ian McEwan confronts the biggest mysteries of life in Machines Like Me. Available now on our catalogue and on Overdrive
Reply Retweet Like
Wgtn City Libraries Jun 19
Replying to @iheartleith
What a great idea! 😄❤️️
Reply Retweet Like
Wgtn City Libraries Jun 19
Keen for some Dublin Noir? New murder mysteries are available now, including Olivia Kiernan's acclaimed The Killer in Me. Browse the latest here
Reply Retweet Like
Wgtn City Libraries Jun 19
We wonder where this man is off to? 😆 Egmont Street in 1979 😍 This photo is from our Charles Fearnley collection on Recollect, find more info here:
Reply Retweet Like
Wgtn City Libraries Jun 19
Attn: vinyl fans! Discover and download over 30,000 original 78rpm records in this online archive
Reply Retweet Like