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 Health

Jason Shon Bennett lives by the philosophy that you can transform how your genes express themselves simply by changing what you do every day and what you eat and drink. Healthy eating is here to stay. People are becoming more and more aware that their health is up to them.... read more

Nophoto

Every morning, in a quiet corner of the kitchen, the puzzle page from the newspaper mysteriously appears beneath Munro the cat¿s food bowl. Munro and Mouse ponder the clues. But they don't always come up with the right answers. Munro is a collection ... read more

Munro: A Cat. A Mouse. A Crossword Clue

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 Transport

We Had One of Those Too! celebrates even more motoring memories from New Zealand¿s golden age of motoring. Filled with a beautifully illustrated collection of cars, from the 1950s through to the 1970s, that Kiwis loved and drove during that period, this book is lite... read more

Nophoto

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 Other

This is a book about community; about fostering the potential of children to boost New Zealand¿s wellbeing. It¿s a book of parenting ideas, shared by parents keen on growing the greater good. These parents challenged the norm ¿ to keep parenting views... read more

Nurture: The Art of Parenting

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 NZ

The Awatere is the Marlborough river and valley south of Blenheim. It runs from Molesworth Station in the high country all the way to the sea below the township of Seddon, overlooked by Mt Tapuae-o-Uenuku, the highest peak in the Inland Kaikoura Range. Author Harry Broad¿s interest in thi... read more

Awatere

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 NZ

Awards:Winner of the 2011 Royal Society of New Zealand Science Book Prize

Kakapo follows the fall and rise of one of the world's most unusual birds, from the brink of extinction, through a roller-coaster ride of hope and loss. One of New Zealand's most threatened species, these charismatic yet mysterious night parrots, are now found... read more

Kakapo: Rescued from the Brink of Extinction

Category:

 Cookery

Lauraine Jacobs is one of New Zealand¿s leading food writers, best known for her work with Cuisine and for her long-running food column in the New Zealand Listener. In Always Delicious she has compiled over 100 of her favourite recipes, chosen from at least 700 recipes that ... read more

Nophoto

Category:

 Cookery

Internationally recognised as one of the world¿s best bakers, New Zealander Dean Brettschneider defines his baking style as a globally inspired mix of tradition and innovation. In Kiwi Baker at Home, he shares an irresistible collection of his favourite recipes for you to ... read more

Kiwi Baker at Home

You've written a book, triumphantly typed 'The End', but now, it seems, no-one wants to publish it. What do you do next? Don't give up: ask yourself what went wrong, then do something about it. Author of over thirty novels, stories and scre... read more

Why Will No-One Publish My Novel? - Tips and Advice on How to Write

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 Biography

In his New York Times bestselling memoir, A Work in Progress, Connor Franta shared his journey from small-town Midwestern boy to full-fledged Internet sensation. Exploring his past with humor and astounding insight, Connor reminded his fans of why they first fell in love with him on... read more

Note to Self

Category:

 History

A new narrative history of the Viking Age, interwoven with exploration of the physical remains and landscapes that the Vikings fashioned and walked: their rune-stones and ship burials, settlements and battlefields. To many, the word 'Viking' brings to mind red scenes ... read more

Viking Britain - An Exploration

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 Political/World

Small Acts to Save Our World will present readerswith many small everyday changes that can combine to have a big impact on the health of our planet, from oceans to forests, wildlife to climate change. It will include short chapters on how to eat and shop for m... read more

12 Small Acts to Save Our World