Whare Pukapuka MatihikoDigital Library
Your Puke Ariki library membership provides you with free access to thousands of best-selling eBooks, eAudiobooks, eMagazines and eNewspapers.
Enjoy reading and listening on your computer, or download to your smartphone or tablet.
eBooks and eAudiobooks
Download one of the free apps below to get eBooks or eAudiobooks on your phone or tablet. Each app has a different selection of eBooks and eAudiobooks. All the eBooks and eAudiobooks that you can access are listed in our catalogue.
Story Box Library
Imagine the best stories being read aloud by our favourite storytellers! Inspire young imaginations as they have fun with stories, improving language and literacy skills along the way.
Tumble Book Library
The Tumble Book Library has a great selection of children's story books. There are also puzzles and games accompanying each book, creating a fun learning experience.
Check out the Tumble Book Library Collection.
World Book Encyclopedia
Designed to make online information easy to access boasting more than 40,000 encyclopedia articles, learning resources, and research tools.
eMagazines and eNewspapers
Use your Puke Ariki library card number and PIN to get free access to eNewspapers and eMagazines on your computer, tablet or smartphone.
Available apps and online resources:
Download the app and login with your library card to read full colour versions of recent national and international newspapers and magazines, including Taranaki Daily News.
Download the app or read Pressreader online.
Film and TV
Get free access to a huge range of international films, documentaries and TV shows on your computer, phone or tablet. Use your Puke Ariki library card number and PIN to login.
Films, documentaries and TV shows:
Online Research Resources
Puke Ariki also has a great selection of online databases which gives you access to millions of articles, reports, papers, statistics, publications, historical data and much more.
These databases can only be accessed by Puke Ariki Library members, so have your library card handy.
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