Our libraries offer collections and events for kids of all ages.
In each library's dedicated children’s area you’ll find:
The children's area is also where children’s activities are held:
Check the events calendar for details. For school-aged kids, we hold large collections:
Some libraries run after-school homework centres during term time, offering help with assignments and computers. We also contribute to online homework help service
AnyQuestions , run by the Ministry of Education.
You can find kids’ clubs and classes, from robotics to Minecraft, on the events calendar, where we also publish our school holiday programmes.
We offer teens a wide range:
To support high school students we have:
NCEA study guides for years 9 to 13
Cambridge study guides
books of essay writing tips
revision help books
books on strategies for coping with study and exam stress.
homework online resources.
Check out the events calendar to see what’s on for teens.
Some of our libraries have Makerspaces - areas where you can make all sorts of things, like robots, apps, digital music, and 3D printing. Check your local library webpage to see what’s on offer.
Kids and teens new titles lists are updated when we add new titles to our collection.
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