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Summer Reading, Sorted

05 Jan 2021 - 05 Feb 2021


Tuesday 5 January 2021, 9.00am - Friday 5 February 2021, 6.00pm

Library hours:

  • Mon-Fri 9am-8pm
  • Sat & Sun 10am-5pm

Region wide


Library Connect

09 377 0209


Read and relax this summer with fun and flexible reading challenges for the whole whānau or just for you.

Tēnā, whakangahau i tō whanau, i a koe rānei me ēnei wero panui hei mea whakatā i te hinengaro i ngā rā raumati.

Register for an Auckland Libraries Beanstack account now for your chance to win great prizes from Specsavers, passes for Auckland’s top attractions and more!

How it works:

  • Create a Beanstack account and add the readers who will be participating in the challenges
  • Join our challenges – ‘Whānau’ or ‘Just for me’.
  • Log your reading, complete activities and write reviews to earn badges and go in the draw to win great prizes

Visit our website to find out more.

Thanks to our partners and sponsors for their generous support:

  • Duffy Books in Homes
  • Spark Foundation
  • Specsavers NZ
  • Snowplanet
  • Stardome Planetarium and Observatory
  • New Zealand Maritime Museum
  • Noel Leeming
  • Auckland Art Gallery

Registrations are open now and Summer reading, sorted activities will be available on your Beanstack account from 5 January – 5 February 2021.

Read and relax together with Auckland Libraries this summer – at home, at our 55 libraries or out and about. Wherever you are, Auckland Libraries’ free memberships, collections, events, and WiFi let you and your whānau relax, reset and have fun with your reading.


Don't let grey skies spoil your summer

Across our region, there's plenty going on to keep you busy whatever the weather.

Summer fun for kids

Whether you need to keep the kids occupied while you are at work, or whether you want some new adventures to share with your children, we have your summer sorted.

Food For Thought Exhibition

This free exhibition recognises the role food plays in family, belonging and culture.

The Stories We Tell... with Sue Berman, Principal Oral History Advisor, Auckland Libraries

An hour of entertainment and engagement through the world of sound and narrative.