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You can’t get enough of a good thing and it seems Rotorua
Library users can’t get enough of our New Releases Collection. So we are making the New Releases Collection
bigger, better and cheaper!
“Customers have been telling us they like to be able to walk
in and find the latest books all in the same place and we are sure that
reducing the price won’t disappoint anyone” says Library Director, Jane
As the name suggests, the New Releases Collection holds newly
released books, DVDs and magazines. Up until now, this has been a small
collection with a $5 rental fee per item. Despite its size, the New Releases
Collection has been one of the busiest in the library and it was decided it needed
The size of the New Releases Collection will grow making it
much easier for users to come in and find new, popular books to borrow.
Previously, users could not place holds on books in the New
Releases Collection. To ensure users don’t miss out when an item is checked out,
the library has improved this process and holds on this collection will now be
And of course the best news is it’s getting cheaper. The
rental fee for the New Releases Collection has reduced from $5 to $3 for 10
days rental. Borrowers can take almost twice as many items for the same price.
Fans of our Free Adult Fiction Collection can rest assured
as items in this collection are still borrowable at no charge.
Some examples of titles in the enhanced New Releases
Collection are Night school by Lee Child, Small great things by Jodi Picoult, Private
Paris by James Patterson, Bay of Sighs by Nora Roberts and the DVD Me before
you based on the novel by Jojo Moyes.
Keep an eye out for new titles each week.