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  • The Great Summer Read
    1 December - 30 January. Heat up your reading by taking part in The Great Summer Read! We’ve set 15 fun reading challenges and we’ve got lots of great prizes to give away.

  • HeritageTalks 2017
    February - November 2017. Come along to one of our fortnightly family history talks to learn about new techniques, resources and types of genealogical research.

  • What does the sea sound like?
    28 February. Evie Mahoney will launch her book about growing up as the eldest child of deaf parents.

  • Suzie Lennox on Bodysnatchers
    30 March. Suzie Lennox talks about the Victorian grave robbers who exhumed bodies to sell to medical students.

  • Devonport writers: A celebration
    28 February. Raise a glass and celebrate the launch of the Devonport Writers Collection alongside the talented authors themselves.

  • Rants in the Dark: From one tired mama to another
    1 March. Parents will identify with this author's sleep deprivation. Come to Devonport to hear some humorous stories from one tired mama to another!

  • An hour with Fiona Sussman
    8 March. Award-winning author Fiona Sussan presents The Last Time We Spoke at Takapuna Library. Light refreshments from 6pm, author talk from 6.30pm.

  • So, you want to be a writer?
    4 March. Come along and join the fun as children's favourite ZR Southcombe launches "I am a writer".

  • Brushstrokes of Memory by Karen McMillan
    19 March. Join this popular romance novelist as she launches her new book at Takapuna Library.

  • An evening with Ron Jones
    8 March. Ron will present his account of Professor Herbert Green's Unfortunate Experiment at the National Women's Hospital in the 1960s and 1970s.

  • Poetry comes home to Devonport
    14 March. The poets are descending on Devonport Library to celebrate the launch of the Poetry New Zealand Yearbook 2017.

  • Mt Albert Then and Now by Deborah Dunsford
    21 March. The author talks about her new book, a history of Mt Albert, Morningside, Kingsland, St Lukes, Sandringham and Owairaka.

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