Karori Normal School


We are pleased to announce that our e-book platform from Wheelers is now even better, with over 1000 books to choose from.  Children can download these books from anywhere they have access to the Internet, provided they know their borrower number and pins. 

 To find out more please click on the picture below or take a look at https://kns.wheelers.co/





Before a book can be borrowed on a mobile device, an app called e Platform by Wheelers will need to be        downloaded; full details are on the Wheelers’ site. 
Oxford Owl -  Gives access to 250 free e-books, though you do need to sign up.
Visit the website of  Wellington City Libraries to borrow e-books.
  • Why not read or follow a good book blog?
Try Bobs Books Blog to see which books he has reviewed lately. I like to click on his tag cloud to find books I might like to read.
Try local reviewer Barbara Murison's blog  Around the Bookshops.
Click on the links below to listen to some great  stories read aloud.
Storyline -  Here some great stories like Library Lion, The Kiss that Missed and Guji Guji read aloud by famous people.
Visit the Wellington City Libraries website to find a great selection of audio books to download.
Storynory - This is an amazing website where you can listen to  a wide variety of stories, including fairy tales, myths and legends and bible stories.