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Author of the week
Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi.
Iranian-born French graphic novelist Marjane Satrapi is also a film director and children's book author.

eResource of the week
Opposing Viewpoints in Context gathers facts about social issues.
Comic from Extra Ordinary.
Comics NZ
Check out Comics NZ, an Auckland Libraries blog that gathers comics art and writing by local comics producers. Anyone can submit their comics, so get drawing today!
A local baker.
Small business advice provides links to a wide range of free resources designed to help people manage the day to day issues that arise when running a business.
Hicksville by Dylan Horrocks.
Graphic novel collections
Auckland Libraries has an extensive collection of comics and graphic novels, ranging from comic strip anthologies and superhero classics to memoirs and epic manga.
Molley Green Park mural, Mt Roskill.
Apply for community funding
Find out if your next community project is eligible for funding with FundView, an online database for community groups and voluntary organisations.
Latest news
An artist's impression of the new Ranui Library.
Ranui Library is on the move
Fri 12 Sep 2014
Ranui Library will close on Wednesday 17 September and reopen in new premises on Saturday 4 October.   Read more
Elections NZ publicity.
Cast your vote with Auckland Libraries
Mon 01 Sep 2014
From 3 to 19 September, you can cast an advance vote in the New Zealand general election at 17 branches of Auckland Libraries.  Read more
The life and times of Peter McLeavey by Jill Trevelyan.
'Stunning' biography of Kiwi art dealer wins top prize at NZ Post Book Awards
Thu 28 Aug 2014
'Peter McLeavey: The life and times of a New Zealand art dealer' by Jill Trevelyan was the big winner at a glittering ceremony in Wellington.  Read more
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