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AJAX THE KEA DOG AJAX THE KEA DOG
$40.00 NZD
ISBN: 9781760633615
This heart-warming story describes how Ajax was trained to be one of the very few kea detection dogs in the world and tells of his various escapades in the unpredictable wilds of the steep back-country, including flying in helicopters, working in blizzards, heavy rain and dense fog, escaping from angry wasps and sleeping out in the bitter cold. The strong connection between Ajax and Corey has proved vital to their survival and the important work that they do in the steep high country throughout the South Island searching out kea nests. Their part in the kea conservation effort is essential and both Ajax and Corey can rightly be called conservation heroes.
AOTEA GREAT BARRIER AOTEA GREAT BARRIER
$70.00 NZD
ISBN: 9780473439941
Rugged basalt bays on the west side, a mountainous interior and white-sand beaches on the east coast, serene one moment, savage the next – it’s not for nothing the island is called Great Barrier. This book consists of five chapters - sea, beach, land, bush and the mountains. Each of these landscapes is explored through the eyes of 12 different locals, who describe a favourite part of the island and explain why it has special meaning for them. In the process, they capture the essence of a community that is unlike any other. Perhaps more than anywhere else in New Zealand, there is a determination to retain what it is that makes the Barrier special, and discovering, defining what that is, is the theme of this book. It is a unique and special book, a tribute to this ruggedly beautiful island and the community that love it.

COMING TO IT:Selected Poems COMING TO IT:Selected Poems
$30.00 NZD
ISBN: 9780947503802
New Zealand's best-known and, arguably, best-loved poet, Sam Hunt’s latest collection Coming to it: Selected poems is is intended to replace both Doubtless: New and Selected and Knucklebones: Poems 1962-2012 (both out of print) and to ensure that a substantial selection of his poems remain available to the general reader. In Coming to it, a broad selection of Hunt's older poems sit ahead of his more recent work from Chords (2011), Salt River Songs (2016) as well as 19 brand new, previously unpublished poems written in 2018. As always, Hunt's unflinchingly honest, elegiac and moving poems roam around familiar themes of family, friends and lovers; landscapes and the play of the weather; and the challenges of ageing and mortality. Sam Hunt has had a remarkable and enduring career, and Coming to It is a fitting tribute to the quality of his poems.
ECO HOME: Smart Ideas for Sustainable New Zealand Homes ECO HOME: Smart Ideas for Sustainable New Zealand Homes
$45.00 NZD
ISBN: 9780143771531
A practical accessible guide to building, renovating and living sustainably in New Zealand today. As well as looking at the living spaces’ (kitchen, bathroom, bedrooms, office, living area, utility rooms and outdoor areas) structural materials and furnishings to improve your personal green-star rating, it also considers the wider issues - why make an eco home at all? With inspirational photographs of New Zealand homes discussing: principles of sustainable building, choosing a property, building a team of professionals, foundations and floors, the structure and the shell, this book is both entertaining and informative. A must-have for all people with an eco-conscience.

HILLARY'S ANTARCTICA: Adventure, Exploration and Establishing Scott Base HILLARY'S ANTARCTICA: Adventure, Exploration and Establishing Scott Base
$50.00 NZD
ISBN: 9781760633578
Written by Nigel Watson of the Antarctic Heritage Trust, and illustrated with Jane Ussher's stunning photographs, historic images and never-before-seen ephemera, this is the first book to fully document and celebrate the contribution Sir Edmund Hillary and the New Zealand team made to Antarctic history, and the legacy they left behind. Hillary and the team were primarily a support act to the British Commonwealth Trans-Antarctic crossing party. By heading on to the South Pole and reaching it before the crossing party, Hillary created tensions, unleashed a media storm and achieved an historic first overland to the South Pole. Hillary even had the audacity to succeed using three farm tractors. The epic journeys of this expedition added another fascinating chapter to the exploration annals of Antarctica. Hillary and his team laid the foundations for New Zealand's continuous, and increasingly important, presence in Antarctica.
HUDSON & HALLS: The food of love HUDSON & HALLS: The food of love
$50.00 NZD
ISBN: 9781988531267
Hudson and Halls were pioneers of celebrity television as we know it today: the naughty, not-quite-normal boys next door who rocketed to stardom on untrained talent and a dream. This is a tale of these two television chefs who helped change the bedrock bad attitudes of a nation in the 1970s and 80s to that unspoken thing - homosexuality. They were captains of a culinary revolution that saw the overthrow of Aunty Daisy and Betty Crocker and the beginnings of Pacific-rich, Asian-styled international cuisine. Their drinking, bitching and bickering on screen, their spontaneous unchoreographed movements across the stage that left cameras and startled production staff exposed broke taboos and melted formalities. They captivated an unlikely bunch of viewers, from middle-aged matrons to bush-shirted blokes. In this riveting, fast-paced and meticulously researched book, bestselling author Joanne Drayton celebrates the legacy of the unforgettable Hudson and Halls.

LET'S GET LOST: Great New Zealand Road Trips LET'S GET LOST: Great New Zealand Road Trips
$45.00 NZD
ISBN: 9780143772354
There are few things as sweet as throwing some clothes, your togs, your jandals, some good sounds and your best mate into the car and shouting, 'ROADIE!? as you leave your everyday life behind. Throw this book in while you’re at it. Let’s Get Lost is a guide to the real New Zealand that few of us get a chance to explore, it will inspire you to get out there and take in some of the best this fantastic country has to offer. Full of life, locals and an irresistible sense of fun, Let’s Get Lost showcases the New Zealand you don’t yet know.
NO LIMITS: How Craig Heatley Became a Top New Zealand NO LIMITS: How Craig Heatley Became a Top New Zealand
$37.00 NZD
ISBN: 9781760633561
No Limits describes Craig Heatley's entrepreneurial life. It charts the good times and the bad, his philosophies, his approach to currency trading and the significance of becoming the first person from the southern hemisphere to be invited to join the world's most prestigious golf club, Augusta National, home of the Masters. Craig Heatley was still at high school when he created a subdivision on the back of $200 saved from his paper round. A few years later, building a mini-golf course launched a business that in 1986 saw him become the youngest person to have then featured in the National Business Review's Rich List. But it is Sky Television that was his boldest and most precarious undertaking. The fledgling company teetered in the early nineties as rugby suffered its own crisis, torn between its amateur heritage and the forces of professionalism. Heatley could see the answer. Making it happen is part of his story.

OCEAN: Tales of Voyaging and Encounter That Defined New Zealand OCEAN: Tales of Voyaging and Encounter That Defined New Zealand
$70.00 NZD
ISBN: 9780143772675
Epic and engrossing, Ocean is a dynamic portrait of New Zealand and the sea. Lying in the middle of a vast ocean, Aotearoa New Zealand was the last habitable land mass in the world to be settled by humans. Our history represents the powerful coming-together of two great seafaring traditions, Polynesian and European. Ocean moves from historic stories of pioneers and trail-blazers whose fates were dictated by time and tide to contemporary stories, bringing our maritime past into the present. Magnificently illustrated with diverse imagery, this is a beautiful landmark book about how the ocean has shaped New Zealand and its people.
OH BOY: A Storybook of Epic New Zealand Men OH BOY: A Storybook of Epic New Zealand Men
$45.00 NZD
ISBN: 9780143772545
There are many kinds of hero! Oh Boy is a striking collection of true stories about amazing New Zealand men who busted stereotypes and broke through obstacles to follow their passion and dreams, and made the world a better place. Heroes can wear rugby boots or ballet shoes. They can go on adventures, build rockets, or save lives. They can change the world with a shovel, a microscope or an idea. Find out how they rose to the challenge, and YOU can become one of them! Their stories are accompanied by fabulous portraits specially created for the book. A companion to the bestselling Go Girl, this is an inspiring and essential storybook for children of all ages.

REPURPOSED: New Zealand Homes Using Upcycled Materials and Spaces REPURPOSED: New Zealand Homes Using Upcycled Materials and Spaces
$50.00 NZD
ISBN: 9780143771746
New ways to use old materials, spaces and buildings, by the author of Small House Living. This home design book, features an inspiring array of homes, located throughout the country that feature a variety of clever solutions and design styles, making good use of recycled and upcycled materials, structures, spaces and furnishings. There is everything from repurposed container homes to army barracks, farm utility buildings, churches and urban spaces finished with upcycled and repurposed furnishings. The homes are in Lyttelton, Auckland, Wellington, Mahurangi, Cambridge, Cromwell, Christchurch, Queenstown, Hawke’s Bay, Coromandel and Rangiora.
SAM HUNT: Off the Road SAM HUNT: Off the Road
$50.00 NZD
ISBN: 9781775541226
Thirty years after Colin Hogg and Sam Hunt collaborated on the now-legendary Angel Gear: On the Road with Sam Hunt, the pair have decided to throw caution to the wind and proceed, without doctors’ certificates, to create an older, possibly wiser twin to that earlier book. A backstage pass to the private side of one of our most public people, Sam Hunt: Off the Road is a wild, hilarious, no-holds-barred book about the non-stop life and poems of a man New Zealand thinks it knows. With photographs, it is part conversation, part story-telling, part poems; it’s also about friendship, solitude, love, death, self-destruction and endurance.

THE BIG QUESTIONS: What is New Zealand's Future? THE BIG QUESTIONS: What is New Zealand's Future?
$38.00 NZD
ISBN: 9780143772378
New Zealand is at a crossroads. People are increasingly concerned about where we are headed. Can we improve our appalling statistics on poverty and violence? What about work - will we all be replaced by robots? Will our children (let alone our grandchildren) be able to afford to buy a house? Can we clean up our rivers? This book looks at many aspects of our lives and our nation. Experts in their fields write about the challenges that face us and the opportunities we have to make changes for the better. A fascinating set of perspectives and ideas on our way of life and our future as a nation. Writers are- Dame Anne Salmond, Judge Andrew Becroft; Rod Oram; Jacinta Ruru; Felicity Goodyear-Smith; Tim Watkin; Patrick Reynolds; Jarrod Gilbert; Stuart McNaughton; David Brougham, Jarrod Haar & Yumiko Olliver-Gray; Golriz Ghahraman; Theresa Gattung; Peter O'Connor; and Leonie Freeman.
THE JERSEY: The Secrets Behind the World's Most Successful Team THE JERSEY: The Secrets Behind the World's Most Successful Team
$45.00 NZD
ISBN: 9781509856688
New Zealand rugby is a dynasty that transcends all national barriers. As a culture and a model of humility and consistent success, which have led them to three Rugby World Cups, the world of rugby continues to look to the New Zealand model for guidance. Traditionally, the renowned All Blacks and those charged with guiding them have kept their rules of engagement close to their chests. However now, New Zealand Rugby has agreed to open their doors to rugby writer Peter Bills to consider the reasons behind their dominance of the world game in the build-up towards the Lions Series in 2017 and Rugby World Cup 2019 in Japan. Through this book, Peter Bills draws on case studies and interviews of officials, coaches and players, as well as people involved in all elements of rugby right across New Zealand. The Jersey tells an extraordinary story with unprecedented access and insight, and explores the basic requirements and immense challenges required not only to become number one in the world, but remain consistently at the top.

THE WRITING LIFE: Twelve New Zealand Authors THE WRITING LIFE: Twelve New Zealand Authors
$50.00 NZD
ISBN: 9780995109537
A unique and intimate survey of the lives and work of 12 of our most acclaimed writers: Patricia Grace, Tessa Duder, Owen Marshall, Philip Temple, David Hill, Joy Cowley, Vincent O'Sullivan, Albert Wendt, Marilyn Duckworth, Chris Else, Fiona Kidman and Witi Ihimaera. As a group they are now the `elders' of New Zealand literature; they forged the path for the current generation. These interviews reveal not just the grand moments of their careers but also the defeats and disappointments. There are also stories about the enabling and symbiotic role of editors and publishers, showing how key industry figures have played a critical role in shaping New Zealand's literary landscape. They also share some advice on writing. Magnificent portraits by distinguished photographer John McDermott complete the package.
WOMEN, EQUALITY, POWER: Selected Speeches from a Life of Leadership WOMEN, EQUALITY, POWER: Selected Speeches from a Life of Leadership
$45.00 NZD
ISBN: 9781988547053
A celebration of an outstanding leader who continues to strive and work for change, and it's a rallying call for other women leaders, whether they are in positions of political, economic or social power.Helen Clark has been a political leader for more than 40 years, since first running in local elections in the 1970s. One of her key focuses throughout this time has been the empowerment of women and she has paved the way for other women to step up and lead. With a foreword by the Rt Hon Jacinda Ardern, Prime Minister of New Zealand, this is a timely and important book.


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