Jonathan Boston tackles one of the most urgent questions in contemporary New Zealand: how should we transform the welfare state? Not only do we need to alleviate our current serious social problems, but we also need to meet the challenges of the futu... read more
Petr Hlavacek is a photographer with a strong affection for the landscape of New Zealand¿s South Island. Based at Franz Josef in South Westland, he has built an impressive reputation for his richly coloured and beautifully composed landscapes. In South, these photographs ... read more
New Zealand: Untouched Landscapes is a fresh and strikingly beautiful collection of landscape photographs that have been captured throughout the county by professional photographer, Petr Hlavacek. From our most iconic locations to harder-to-access and pro... read more
This is a newly-introduced mini version of the revised Andris Apse New Zealand Landscapes - a pictorial photography book which has been revised and refreshed since its first publication in 1994. The book has been produced as a quality New Zealand pictorial memento.
New Zealand: Eye on the Landscape is a new book of high-quality landscape photography aimed at the top end of the New Zealand pictorial book market. The distinguishing feature of this book is that the images used will not be the work of one photographer,but ra... read more
New Zealand: A photographic journey presents a fresh collection of world-class landscape images that have been captured across the length and breadth of New Zealand by acclaimed landscape photographers Todd and Sarah Sisson during the past decade. Like the co... read more
|Author:||Lani Wendt Young|
|Reading Level:||near fine|
|Awards:||Finalist in the Young Adult Fiction Award for the 2020 NZ Book Awards for Children and Young Adults|
A collection of 24 short stories; the joys and tribulations of being a woman in Samoa and the struggles brought to an island nation by climate change.
|Reading Level:||near fine|
|Awards:||Finalist in the Elsie Locke Award for Non-Fiction in the 2020 NZ Book Awards for Children and Young Adults|
Wildbase Hospital in Palmerston North is a very special hospital for very special animals, and in this follow-up to the hugely successful How to Mend a Kea, author Janet Hunt focuses on the tales of three kiwi who have been trea... 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
|Author:||Tania McCartney; Tina Snerling|
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
|Awards:||Winner! of the Ockham NZ Book Awards - Jann Medlicott Acorn Prize for Fiction 2020|
Winner! of the Ockham NZ Book Awards - Jann Medlicott Acorn Prize for Fiction 2020.
Taukiri was born into sorrow. Auē 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 kill... 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