The winners of the Every Story Tells A Picture competition have been announced! Entries will be exhibited at Upper Riccarton Library from Monday 17 August. All of the entries in the exhibition are eligible for the People’s Choice award (Monday 24 August).
Calling all Whovians! Come along to a Dr Who Day at Central Library Peterborough on Saturday 15 August. And you can enter our create a sonic screwdriver competition - entries close Sunday 20 September.
Fragile relationships, thrilling road trips, and walking corpses - check out our latest Teen Scene newsletter for all this and lots more.
If you like your jeans black and your metal heavy we’ve got the ultimate reading (and watching) guide for your bogan tastes.
In conjunction with LIANZA, the School for Young Writers invites you to express your thoughts and feelings about the people who make reading, learning and entertainment possible: yes, LIBRARIANS! Poetry comp closes 11 September.
In Leah Thomas’ novel two teenagers who have debilitating, isolating illnesses forge a friendship as penpals. But is there more than this connnecting them?
Race relations in the US are as topical as ever. We recommend some novels that look at this issue from a youth perspective.