Thurs: 10am – 12pm
Friday: 7pm – 8pm
Saturday: 11am – 12pm
Sunday: 11am – 12pm
911 West Coast Road, Waiatarua
Under the Community Hall
The Waiatarua Library is staffed by volunteers and new acquisitions are funded by Auckland City Library. All are welcome to the library but you need to be a member to borrow.
Membership is free when you become a member of the WRRA.
The librarians are always interested to know what the community would like to read. If you have a suggestion for a book you should think the library should have then please email the head librarian, Jeannette Ziesler at email@example.com.
Opening hours are:
- Thursday 10am – 12noon.
- Friday 7pm – 8pm.
- Saturday and Sunday 11am – 12noon
Books can be reserved by calling the Library during opening hours (09) 814 9353 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Membership to the library is free for all WRRA Members.
Latest from The Library
“Making It Up As I Go Along” is a collection of whimsical but thoughtful musings from Marion Keyes. She reflects on the many events in her life, both major and slightly trivial –alcoholism, nail polish, fake tans, domestic violence and more.
“The Day I Lost You” is a novel what happens when a woman is killed in an avalanche leaving her mother to care for her 5 year old daughter. Fionnuala Kearney has written a moving story of a mother who then discovers her daughter had a secret life.
”The High Mountains Of Portugal” is 3 interconnected stories by Yann Martel of “Life Of Pi” fame. His imaginative storytelling comes to the fore again with this novel set over 3 different decades with 3 different characters but a linked theme.
“Alive, Alive Oh” is a delightful book from author and editor Diana Athill. Now in her late 90’s she has written a series of recollections remembering and celebrating her life.
Update from Jeanette Ziesler