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STUDENT LIBRARIANS We have decided that we would like to have a small number of student librarians. If you see this message, and you are interested in spending some of your breaks helping in the library, just ask Mrs Bell for an application form.
MATARIKI. Kia pai tou tātou Matariki, Happy Matariki everyone!
EPIC (If you are asked for a username and password use wakatipu, 33wakatipu)
The Encyclopedia of New Zealand. A complete guide to New Zealand's peoples, environment, culture, history and society
New Zealand History
NEW ZEALAND HISTORY VIDEO SERIES. A 14 Episode video/podcast series created in Oct/Nov 2019. Each episode runs for 15-20 minutes.
Popular Books - a presentation of the most popular books issued by U.S. public libraries in 2023 (just click on the 'popular book' below!!)
BREAKS IN THE LIBRARY You are welcome to be in the library at break times if you are reading, studying, working on a jigsaw puzzle or playing chess. When the weather is good, school policy says that you should be outside so unless you quietly occupied you can expect to be asked to leave.
Radio New Zealand Podcasts about New Zealand wars 'Stories of Tauranga Moana'
Need someone to talk to?
The New Zealand Justice System
Are you interested in reading Rainbow themed books? Contribute to Out on the Shelves by reviewing books for the OOTS database (just click on the pic, for more information).
Some sweet, funny, pink reading for the hopeless romantics
It's New Zealand Music Month. We have local musicians playing in the school foyer on Wednesdays during Break 2 and quite a few books about New Zealand musicians on our library shelves!
Explore Bookstagram
Frankton Library is just across the road from WHS
Free Audio Books
Literature Map. Try this useful tool for finding a new author. Put the name of an author you like in the search box and you'll get a 'map' of writers who write similar books.
So you've mastered Wordle. Try Quordle!