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Colour tubesCelebrate Holi

Come and celebrate Holi - the festival of colours. Forget your worries and reconnect with family and friends.

Posted 02/03/15

Boys LaughingLYFE is back!

The Linwood Youth Festival Experience is coming to Linwood Park on Saturday March 14. Come and enjoy the wide range of activities.

Posted 02/03/15

Sountrack to Summer posterSoundtrack to Summer competition

Our Soundtrack to Summer competitions have now closed. Keep an eye on our website for the winners and their original songs and playlists.

Posted 02/03/15

WritingFind out What’s On

Our What’s On page helps you find out what's on in Christchurch for teens. Summer is looking full with Skate Skool, Te Matatini and Summer Fun Days.

Posted 26/11/14

Cover of One PieceMost popular fiction for teens 2014

One Piece by Eiichiro Oda won our annual popularity contest. Can you guess what the other 99 most popular fiction titles for teens were? How did your favourite book place?

Posted 07/01/15

Armful of booksBest Books of 2014

Find the best books of 2014 on our Holiday Reading list. Every year we put together a list of the most exciting new titles added to our Library and it is full of YA goodness!

Posted 20/11/14

DR G logoGot questions? Ask Dr G

Dr G is here to provide support and suggestions for any genuine problem you may have with health, sexual health or relationship issues. The service is supported by experts from the Canterbury District Health Board.

Updated 11/09/14

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OverDrive for teensOverDrive for Teens

Browse the libraries’ free eBook and downloadable eAudiobook collection containing thousands of fiction and nonfiction titles for teens. There are no fines because items return themselves automagically!

Posted 15/07/14

Zinio for libraries logoMore eMags in Zinio

The libraries’ emagazine platform, Zinio for libraries, now has even more titles available for you to download, read and keep - almost 300 and more than thirty of them are New Zealand titles.

Posted 03/06/14