My Book Bag: Click and collect from Waimakariri Libraries

Published: 21-May-2020

Need takeaways that feed your mind and improve your wellbeing? Run out of books to read in your bubble? My Book Bag has got you covered!

Waimakariri Libraries is pleased to bring you our new contactless book borrowing service: My Book Bag.

We have two different options to contact us and order your books.

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Jump online and use the form for a quick seamless service.


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If you would like to talk through your reading needs then give us a ring on 027 381 5906.



Library staff can supply you with a general genre bag for those who are into crime fiction, love a good romance or want to escape into outer space with some science fiction. A child’s bag might contain fantasy reads or funny stories, whilst one for pre-schoolers could focus on dinosaurs or Te Reo Māori. Our online forms give you lots of options.

You can select a customised bag based on your specific preferences. Our team of librarians will personally select each item for you and endeavour to accommodate your requests as much as possible. Maybe you want some recipe books with great baking ideas, a sports biography, a novel set in the Australian Outback, and a gardening magazine? Make this your bag of choice.

We have a range of children's, teen, and adult books, magazines, DVDs, music CDs, and audiobooks available.

For details about how to order your books and how collection works please see the Waimakariri Libraries website or you can phone on 03 311 8901 or 027 381 5906 or email us.

If you are over 70 or immuno-compromised please get in touch to discuss delivery options.

Please note : As we cannot accept any returned items at Alert Level 3 please continue to keep these at home. You are not being charged overdue fees.





Image credits:

online form - By Stock Image Folio, RO (In the Office icons Collection)

Telephone -  By Dara Ullrich, DE (In the World Wide Web Collection)