Kia ora. Here is information on the webpages and blog posts that were popular in April.
There were 236,875 page views in April. The most popular pages on christchurchcitylibraries.com:
- School holidays! Holiday programmes, events, and activities – April 2017 (NEW)
- About PressReader (formerly PressDisplay) (3rd last month)
- eResources (NEW)
- Hornby Library (4th last month)
- Books browse page (6th last month)
- Kids browse page (8th last month)
- About OverDrive (9th last month)
- Learning Centres (2nd last month)
- A-Z directory of eResources (NEW)
- Request an item for our collection (NEW)
April’s popular blog posts
Popular blog posts published in April on the website:
Anzac Day in Christchurch 2017 Moata
Bishopdale 2017 – The Christchurch Documentary Project Donna
Flip Grater – On food, music, and parenting Kim
NZ Music Month 2017 – Live in the library Dan
One thousand ropes Jan-Hai
Photos on Flickr
There were 51,335 page views in April on Flickr. It now has a total of 6,338,506 views.
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As recommended by @MargaretAtwood on @radionz at the weekend, The Power by Naomi Alderman ^MT
Enjoying Ian Rankin @Beathhigh on SaturdayRNZ. He is here in Christchurch 14 May for @WORDChCh Autumn Season. ^DR
A rare opportunity to admire Islamic art here in Christchurch – There’s a display on at South Lib until 9 April. ^DR
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Did you know we have regular JP (Justice of the Peace) sessions at a number of our libraries? Really handy if you need an affidavit, declaration or signature witnessed. No charge, and no bookings necessary. ^Moata
Mōrena Ōtautahi. What a gorgeous Christchurch sunrise this Rāmere morning. ^Donna
Bookshelf swoon time. (If you are a bookshelf fan, I recommend subscribing to Booshelf. ^Donna
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