In a whirlwind of fire and carnage, Attila the Hun wheels half a million horsemen towards Roman territory. In his path, corruption and greed have undermined the ancient empire and the vacillating emperor, Valentinian III, has cut her legions to a sliver. But out of this smoke a wi... read more
From choosing and setting up your RV, to living life on the open road, this book is designed to guide you through all stages of the decision-making process from your RV dreams to the practical realities of RV ownership. Whether it's building, purchasing, self-containment, safety or m... read more
Jo Caird and Paula George take us on a journey inside the world of New Zealand's working dogs: celebrating the incredibly diverse roles they play in our society and the difference they make in so many people's lives. Including the much-loved farm dogs, this book explores the sni... read more
Now in paperback, meet Charlie, Ruby, Oliver, Mason and Kaia -- Kiwi kids representing a multicultural blend of culture and race that typifies our amazing country. They'll take you through a year in the life of New Zealand's kids, from celebrations, traditions and events, to our every... read more
Taukiri was born into sorrow. Aue can be heard in the sound of the sea he loves and hates, and in the music he draws out of the guitar that was his father's. It spills out of the gang violence that killed his father and sent his mother into hiding, and the shame he feels about abandoning his... read more
|Author:||Shaun Barnett; Chris Maclean|
NZ Natural History
Leading the Way celebrates the centenary of New Zealand's first tramping club, established in 1919, and places its achievements within the evolution of tramping, our most popular sporting activity. The TTC inspired the formation of other... read more
Home can and should be a source of wellbeing, a place that connects us to our whanau, community, land, culture and history. Pre-nineteenth-century Maori society was complex: rich tribal economies were built and flourished, and there was a focus on... read more
18 year old Andy Ingle, with his yellow typewriter called Half-Arse under his arm, embarks on one of the great Kiwi road trips, hitchhiking from Palmerston North to Dunedin, over to the West Coast and back up to Auckland. On the way falling in with drug dealers, a washed-ou... read more
New Zealand has a diverse range of bird species and is especially important for pelagics. Thirteen of the world's 18 penguin species have been recorded in the New Zealand region (including the Ross Dependency). Nine of these species breed here. ... read more
Rattle your dags as fast as you can. You can't dunk me, I'm the Anzac Biscuit Man.
Award-winning author Peter Millett and acclaimed cartoonist Shaun Yeo reimagine this classic tale with a uniquely local flavour!
One day, an old couple who love baking fresh biscui... read more
What New Zealand child is not delighted by a rockpool at low tide, with its colourful, fascinating array of creatures, some still, some flitting about? Rockpools is a book designed to enhance this experience, with each page presenting an intriguing glimpse into the creatures that inh... read more
What New Zealand child is not delighted by a rockpool at low tide, with its colourful, fascinating array of creatures, some still, some flitting about?
Rock Pools is a book designed to enhance this experience, with each page presenting an intriguing glimpse into the creatures ... read more