Wellington library has a massive range

The Library has a wonderful range of genres and mediums to suit almost everyone with hundreds of movies and audio books for both children and adults to sit back and enjoy, the latest novels, popular magazines, daily papers, historical information, the Wellington Times on microfilm, access to a range of educational databases, computers, photocopier, scanner and friendly staff to help with all your inquiries. The Library also has a Home Library Delivery Service, Tech Tuesdays for anyone needing help with e-Resources, rhyme time/storytime every Wednesday morning at 11am.

There’s also Funzone on Thursday afternoons for children 5 and over at 3.30 and it doesn’t stop there, with eBooks, eMagazines and eAudio available 24/7 in children and adult titles. If you need more information on the services the Library provides just pay us a visit or phone us on 68452156.

New Items: Young Adult Fiction

Stalking Jack the Ripper by Kerri Maniscalco, Audrey Rose Wadsworth has been groomed to be the perfect highborn Victorian young lady, but has a decidedly different plan for herself.  Audrey secretly apprentices in forensics and she soon gets drawn into the investigation of serial killer Jack the Ripper. In her debut novel Kerrie Maniscalco weaves an atmospheric tale of beauty and darkness in which a remarkably modern Victorian girl discovers that some buried secrets simply won’t stay dead.

R.L.Stine is back with his latest Fear Street novel, The Dead Boyfriend.

Caitlin is obsessed with her new boyfriend Blade, she’s never had a real boyfriend before so when she sees Blade with another girl she snaps, everything goes red when she comes to her senses she realises Blade is dead.

Terrifying from the first page to the last, this is a heart-racing tale of love gone horribly, murderously wrong.​