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Lending Loans/reserves Library membership Other Coastlands meeting room at the Paraparaumu Library hire Paraparaumu Library meeting room hire Related links Lending Best seller books (1) $4.50 DVDs (1) $3.60 or $5.10 for multi disc set Talking books n...
Free JP service available at Paraparaumu Library.
FREE to borrow and no late fees Over 5,000 digital titles —from popular fiction and international bestsellers to children's books, travel guides, cook books and more Have a smartphone or tablet ? Download the Axis 360 app (once downloaded you don’t nee...
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Our librarians are happy to help you find books to your liking and introduce you to new authors and subjects. They can even put together a personalised booklist for you if you like.
Kāpiti Coast District Libraries have subscribed to a number of digital resources so you can use them for free.
The libraries have current local and regional newspapers for you to enjoy as well as a wide range of magazines.
Is your book discussion group looking for new titles? Can’t get enough copies of the book? Check out our Book Club in a Bag kits.
Libraries have a long tradition of providing resources and services for adults wanting to improve their reading and writing skills. We can also help you to get started on your path to employment.
Friends of the Kāpiti Coast District Libraries is a non-profit organisation and one of the longest lasting and most active library Friends groups in New Zealand.
Library resources on sustainability topics.
History of the Libraries Prior to 1989, the three main libraries in our district were each funded and run by different local bodies. In 1989, the Local Bodies Act was passed and it was at this time that the Ōtaki, Waikanae and...
Celebrate National Poetry Day by entering up to three haiku in the Kāpiti Coast District Libraries Fifth Annual Poetry Competition.