New Titles Non-Fiction February 2014 (arrived in January 2014)


True grit : the epic true stories of heroism and survival that have shaped my life, Bear Grylls 613.69 GRY
Bear Grylls knows what it takes to survive. But he's not the first. He tells the stories of the adventurers, explorers, soldiers and spies whose refusal to quit in the most extreme situations has inspired him throughout his life.

Art & Architecture

Angel without you, Tracey Emin ; essays by Bonnie Clearwater and Gary Indiana 709.41 EMI
The most highly publicized of the infamous Young British Artists, Emin has stirred as much controversy as she has acclaim, being both highly personal and extremely original in her art.
Art under attack : histories of British iconoclasm, Tabitha Barber and Stacy Boldrick 700.103 ART
Generation Dada : the Berlin Avant-Garde and the First World War, Michael White 709.43 WHI
How to read an Impressionist painting, James H. Rubin 759.05 RUB
Lowry and the painting of modern life, T.J. Clark and Anne Wagner 759.2 LOW
Modernism rediscovered = Die wiederentdeckte Moderne = La redecouverte d'un modernisme, Julius Shulman ; text by Pierluigi Serraino 720.973 SHU
Rowland Hilder's British Isles, Text Rado Klose 759.2 HIL
This book contains a collection of Rowland Hilder's finest British landscapes, some of which have never been published before. They clearly show Hilder's love of the skies, fields, rivers, farms, hills and valleys of his native land.
Shigeru Ban, 1957 : architecture of surprise, Philip Jodidio 720.92 BAN
Famed Japanese architect Shigeru Ban attended SCI-Arc in California and earned his degree at the Cooper Union School of Architecture in New York. This survey traces his entire career, showing clearly why he is one of the world's most innovative and significant architects. He is the designer of Christchurch's Cardboard Cathedral.
Shunga : sex and pleasure in Japanese art, Timothy Clark [et al.] 704.9428 SHU
The making of the ciao Manhattan tapes, 2013, Jacqueline Fraser 709.93 FRA
Published to accompany the exhibition: Jacqueline Fraser, "The making of the ciao Manhattan tapes 2013" Adam Art Gallery, Te Pataka Toi, Victoria University of Wellington, 3 May - 7 July 2013.
The natural eye. Art book one, Society of Wildlife Artists ; foreword by Chris Packham 758.3 SOC
This book is a testament to contemporary British art inspired by nature. This is a stunning collection of contemporary wildlife art by some of Britain's most celebrated artists.
You are an acceptable level of threat and if you were not you would know about it, Banksy ;[compiled and edited by Garry Shove, words by Patrick Potter 751.73 BAN
The single best collection of photographs of Banksy's street work.


Alfred : Queen Victoria's second son, John Van der Kiste 941.081 SAX
Alfred, Duke of Edinburgh and of Saxe-Coburg Gotha, Admiral of the Fleet, was the second son of Queen Victoria. At 18 he was elected King of Greece, but not allowed to accept the crown. While touring Australia in 1868 he narrowly escaped assassination. His last years were clouded by alcoholism, ill-health, and the suicide of his only son and heir.
An Italian down under : a migrant woman's tale, Cloris De Matteis 305.851 DE
Follows the struggles of an Italian migrant woman starting a new life with her young family in her adopted country, Australia, as she battles through love, prejudices and cultural differences.
David Beckham., . 796.334 BEC
David Beckham is the world's most famous football icon. In May this year he brought down the curtain on a hugely successful playing career that spanned two decades.
Empress Dowager Cixi : the concubine who launched modern China, Jung Chang 951.035 CIX
Packed with drama, fast-paced and gripping, it is both a panoramic depiction of the birth of modern China and an intimate portrait of a woman: as the concubine to a monarch, as the absolute ruler of a third of the world's population, and as a unique stateswoman.
Faster than lightning : my autobiography, Usain Bolt with Matt Allen 796.42 BOL
Whether you know Athletics or not, and even whether you know sport or not, chances are you know Usain Bolt. The fastest man on the planet.
Fosse, Sam Wasson 792.82 FOS
We see Bob Fosse's legacy everywhere from Broadway to "Billy Jean" to Beyonce's moves in the "Single Ladies" video. Yet in spite of Fosse's deep cultural significance, no biography has ever brought him fully to life, unveiling the man behind the bowler hat and the swaggering sex appeal.
George Orwell : English rebel, Robert Colls 823.912 ORW
Orwell was a man of many fascinating contradictions, someone who liked to go against the grain because he believed that was where the truth usually lay. George Orwell. English Rebel takes us on a journey through the many twists and turns of Orwell's life.
Henry V, John Matusiak 942.042 HEN
This new biography takes a fresh look at his entire life and nine year reign, and gives a balanced view of Henry, who is traditionally seen as a great hero but has been more recently depicted as an obsessive egotist or, worse, a ruthless warlord.
How did this happen? : my story, John Bishop 792.7 BIS
In his own inimitable style, John guides us through his life from leaving the estate and travelling the globe on a shoe string, to marriage, kids and the split that led him to being on a stage complaining to strangers one night the night that changed his life and started his journey to stardom.
Life is worth swimming, Murray Rose 797.21 ROS
Life is Worth Swimming is an intimate glimpse into the personal journey of Australian swimming icon Murray Rose his life, his stories and his innermost thoughts.
Mandela : in celebration of a great life, Charlene Smith ; foreword by Archbishop Desmond Tutu 968.065 MAN
The measure of politicians is not their words but what they do to improve the lives of their people. A successful lawyer, Nelson Mandela sacrificed career, family and freedom to pursue an extravagant ideal: a non-racist, non-sexist future for a nation apparently determined to remain divided.
Mandela : the life of Nelson Mandela, Rod Green 323.168 MAN
Recounts Nelson Mandela's life, the history of the African National Congress, and the racial problems of South Africa.
Moments in time : Ralph Miller - artist, 1918-1956, Brian Miller 741.993 MIL
Signwriting was Ralph Miller's 'bread and butter' but it was World War 2 that ironically gave him the time to follow his passion and develop his drawing skills. A member of the 3rd Division Army Band, he began to draw his surroundings and the people around him. His increasingly skilled drawings bring to life the story of his experiences in the Islands. After returning home to Dunedin, he continued to develop his fluid style that captured the movement of people doing everyday things, living ordinary lives.
Mozart, Paul Johnson 780.92 MOZ
In addition to his many insights into Mozart's music Johnson also challenges the many myths that have followed Mozart, including those about the composer's health, wealth, religion, and relationships.
Mum's the word : the high-flying adventures of Eve Branson, Eve Branson with Holly Peppe 387.742 BRA
Eve Branson's life reads like a fast-paced adventure novel. A classically trained ballet dancer, she appeared in racy West End productions, disguised herself as a boy to take glider lessons, enlisted in the Women's Royal Navy Service, and then embarked on a series of harrowing adventures as a "Star Girl" air hostess on the ill-fated British South American Airways.
Phil Cross : Gypsy Joker to a Hell's Angel, Phil and Meg Cross 302.34 CRO
In the early 1960s, the exploding motorcycle club culture in California attracted a young motorcyclist named Phil Cross. After belonging to the Hells Angels and the Night Riders, Phil joined a club called the Gypsy Jokers. He started the San Jose charter of the Jokers and embarked on the most action-packed years of his life.
Rod Laver : a memoir, Rod Laver with Larry Writer 796.342 LAV
The 1960s and '70s was an era of Australian tennis giants Roy Emerson, Fred Stolle, Neale Fraser, Lew Hoad, John Newcombe, Ken Rosewall but Rod Laver stood head and shoulders above them all.
Seventy-seven : my road to Wimbledon glory, Andy Murray 796.342 MUR
Andy Murray is one of Britain's best loved athletes. On the 7th July 2013 he became the first British man to lift the Wimbledon trophy for 77 years. Focusing on the last two dramatic years, he will share with us his thoughts on the pivotal moments of his playing career and allow us a glimpse into his world his intense training regime, his close-knit team and his mental and physical battle to get to the very top.
The heir apparent : a life of Edward VII, the playboy prince, Jane Ridley 941.0823 EDW
Chronicles the eventful life of Queen Victoria's firstborn son, the quintessential black sheep of Buckingham Palace, who matured into as wise and effective a monarch as Britain has ever seen.
The mistress contract, She & He 306.736 SHE
Can a price be put on love? In 1981, a highly educated, intelligent, divorced woman with a successful career, three children and a history of involvement in the feminist movement asked her wealthy lover to sign a remarkable document: The Mistress Contract.
The receptionist : an education at the New Yorker, Janet Groth 974.71 GRO
Describes the author's career as a receptionist at the prestigious New Yorker magazine, recounting her relationships with famous poets, essayists, and playwrights, and chronicling the behind-the-scenes affairs of the magazine and its staff.
Ugly : a memoir, Robert Hoge 362.4 HOG
Home for the Hoges was a bayside suburb of Brisbane. Robert's parents, Mary and Vince, knew that his life would be difficult, but they were determined to give him a typical Australian childhood. So along with the regular, gruelling and often dangerous operations that made medical history and gradually improved Robert's life, there were bad haircuts, visits to the local pool, school camps and dreams of summer sports.
War and peace : my story, Ricky Hatton with Tris Dixon 796.83 HAT
Ricky Hatton: War and Peace is the story of one of British boxing's true icons. From a Manchester council estate to the bright lights of Las Vegas, Ricky Hatton experienced incredible highs in his career, including one of the greatest ever wins by a British boxer, over the IBF Light Welterweight champion Kostya Tszyu.

Business & Management

Beyond the job description : how managers and employees can navigate the true demands of the job, Jesse Sostrin 650.1 SOS
Big data marketing : engage your customers more effectively and drive value, Lisa Arthur 658.83 ART
Business statistics for dummies, Alan Anderson 650.015 AND
Creating breakthrough products : revealing the secrets that drive global innovation, Jonathan Cagan and Craig M. Vogel 658.57 CAG
Creating innovative products and services : the FORTH innovation method, Gijs van Wulfen 658.57 WUL
Essentials of operations management, Nigel Slack, Alistair Brandon-Jones, Robert Johnston. 658.5 SLA
Jump ship : ditch your dead-end job and turn your passion into a profession, Josh Shipp 650.14 SHI
Marketing, Kotler .[et al.] 658.8 MAR
Play at work : how games inspire breakthrough thinking, Adam L. Penenberg 658.4035 PEN
QuickBooks 2014 : the missing manual, Bonnie Biafore 657.0285 BIA
Reputation economics : why who you know is worth more than what you have, Joshua Klein 650.13 KLE
Stats & curiosities : from Harvard Business Review, Andrew O'Connell 650.1 OCO
Strength-based lean six sigma : building positive and engaging business improvement, David Shaked 658.406 SHA
Swarm intelligence : what nature teaches us about shaping creative leadership, James Haywood Rolling, Jr 658.409 ROL
The Economist numbers guide : the essentials of business numeracy, Richard Stutely 650.015 STU
The heart of leadership : becoming a leader people want to follow, Mark Miller 658.409 MIL
The logistics and supply chain toolkit : over 90 tools for transport, warehousing and inventory management, Gwynne Richards and Susan Grinsted 658.7 RIC
The myths of creativity : the truth about how innovative companies and people generate great ideas, David Burkus 650.1 BUR
True alignment : linking company culture with customer needs for extraordinary results, Edgar Papke 658.8 PAP
Trust, inc. : how to create a business culture that will ignite passion, engagement, and innovation, Nan S. Russell 658.314 RUS


Garfield's Sunday finest : 35 years of my best Sunday funnies, Jim Davis 741.5 DAV
Hyperbole and a half : unfortunate situations, flawed coping mechanisms, mayhem, and other things that happened, Allie Brosh 741.5 BRO
Collects autobiographical, illustrated essays and cartoons from the author's popular blog and related new material that humorously and candidly deals with her own idiosyncrasies and battles with depression.

Civil Rights

In the words of Nelson Mandela, Compiled and edited by Jennifer Crwys-Williams 323.168 MAN
In the Words of Nelson Mandela presents his thoughts on subjects as diverse as humanity, friendship, oppression, and freedom. These quotations provide valuable insight into the man and all he stands for.
The activists' handbook : a step-by-step guide to participatory democracy, Aidan Ricketts 323.04 RIC


3D printing : build your own 3D Printer and print your own 3D objects, James Floyd Kelly 004.7 KEL
A practical guide to measuring usability : 72 answers to the most commom questions about quantifying the usability of websites and software, Jeff Sauro 005.43
Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 5 : classroom in a book : the official training workbook from Adobe Systems., . 006.68 ADO
Android phones and tablets, Guy Hart-Davis 004.165 HAR
Beginning ASP.NET 4.5 in C# and VB, Imar Spaanjaars 005.27 SPA
Blog design for dummies, Melissa Culbertson 006.7 CUL
Building iPhone apps with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, Jonathan Stark 004.165 IPH
C# in depth, Jon Skeet 005.133 C
Ctrl+shift+enter : [mastering Excel array formulas], Mike Girvin 005.36 MIC
Designing the search experience : the information architecture of discovery, Tony Russell-Rose, Tyler Tate 005.43 RUS
Excel 2013, Paul McFedries 005.36 MIC
Java coding guidelines : 75 recommendations for reliable and secure programs, . 005.133 JAV
JavaScript : a beginner's guide, John Pollock 005.133 JAV
Microsoft Expression Web 3, Julie Riley 006.7 MIC
Microsoft Visio 2013 step by step, Scott A. Helmers 006.68 HEL
Photoshop elements 12 : the missing manual, Barbara Brundage 006.68 BRU
Python in easy steps, Mike McGrath 005.133 PYT
Sams teach yourself Maya in 24 hours, Kenny Roy, Fiona Rivera 006.69 ROY
The basics of cloud computing : understanding the fundamentals of cloud computing in theory and practice, Derrick Rountree, Ileana Castrillo 006.7 ROU
The extreme searcher's Internet handbook : a auide for the serious searcher, Randolph Hock 025.04 HOC
The history of visual magic in computers : how beautiful images are made in CAD, 3D, VR and AR, Jon Peddie 006.69 PED
Web hosting for dummies, Peter Pollock 006.7 POL
WordPress, Janet Majure 006.7 MAJ

Crafts & Collecting

A little book of craftivism, [Sarah Corbett] 745.5 COR
Beautiful LEGO, Mike Doyle 688.725 DOY
A compendium of LEGO artwork that showcases an array of pieces ranging from lifelike replicas of everyday objects and famous monuments to imaginative renderings of spaceships, mansions, and mythical creatures.
Big-city bags : sew handbags with style, sass, and sophistication, Sara Lawson 646.48 LAW
DIY chalkboard crafts : from silhouette art to spice jars, more than 50 crafty abd creative chalkboard-paint ideas, Lizette Schapekahm 745.72 SCH
Fabrigami : the origami art of folding cloth to create decorative and useful objects, Jill Stovall, Scott Stern and Florence Temko 736.98 STO
Felt toys for little ones : handmade playsets to spark imaginative play, Jessica Peck 745.5924 PEC
Merry Christmas sweaters to knit, Sue Stratford 746.432 STR
Metric pattern cutting for women's wear, Winifred Aldrich 646.407 ALD
Painted applique : a new approach, Linda M. Poole 746.445 POO
Sewing stylish handbags & totes : chic to unique bags & purses that you can make, Choly Knight 646.48 KNI
The beginner's guide to wartime collectables, Arthur Ward 940.3 WAR
Tilda's winter delights, Tone Finnanger 745.5 FIN
Create mini patchwork balls and tablemats, or make a quilt with beautiful Tilda fabrics. Hanging santas, paper angels and Christmas stockings are perfect festive decorations for your home.
Zany wooden toys reloaded! : more wild projects from the toy inventor's workshop, Bob Gilsdorf 745.592 GIL


Bad karma, Deborah Blum 364.1523 BLU
Amidst the turmoil of student rebellion two loners encounter each other and turn an innocent flirtation into a dance of death.
Captive : one house, three women, ten years in hell, Allan Hall 364.154 HAL
Corporate fraud : the human factor, Maryam Hussain 364.163 HUS
Exposed : the secret life of Jodi Arias, Jane Velez-Mitchell 364.1523 ARI
Chronicles the high-profile murder trial of Jodi Arias, focusing on Arias's history before her relationship with victim Travis Alexander and how their Mormon faith played a role in their breakup and Alexander's murder.
Hunting season : immigration and murder in an all-American town, Mirta Ojito 364.1523 OJI
The ultimate book of impostors : over 100 true stories of the greatest phonies and frauds, Ian Graham 364.163 GRA


All the time in the world : a book of hours, Jessica Kerwin Jenkins 390 JEN
All the Time in the World proffers a miscellany of customs, traditions, and pleasures people have pursued throughout the ages.


Food systems failure : the global food crisis and the future of agriculture, Christopher Rosin, Paul Stock, Hugh Campbell 338.19 FOO
Gold : the race for the world's most seductive metal, Matthew Hart 332.42 HAR
On my own two feet : a modern girl's guide to personal finance, Manisha Thakor, and Sharon Kedar 332.024 THA
The limits to growth revisited, Ugo Bardi 330.9 BAR
The state and the union : an oral history of the PSA, 1984-2012, Mary Ellen O'Connor 331.881 OCO
The PSA is NZ's largest and most influential union. This is a frank look at recent PSA history and an insight into the making of a modern union,
Tourism and archaeology : sustainable meeting grounds, Cameron Walker, Neil Carr 338.4791 TOU
Understanding options, Michael Sincere 332.645 SIN


When the school says no, how to get the yes! : securing special education services for your child, Vaughn K. Lauer 371.9 LAU


A builder's guide to wells and septic systems, R. Dodge Woodson 628.74 WOO
ARRL's hands-on radio experiments : basic electronics instruction from the pages of QST magazine, H. Ward Silver ; compiled by Steve Ford 621.3841 SIL
ARRL's hands-on radio experiments. Volume 2 : 60 electronic experiments from the pages of QST magazine, H. Ward Silver ; compiled by Steve Ford 621.3841
ARRL's RF amplifier classics : practical design and construction details from the pages of QST and QEX, compiled by Steve Ford 621.38412 ARR
Composite materials : fabrication handbook. #3, John Wanberg 620.118 WAN
Cool tools : a catalog of possibilities, Kevin Kelly 621.9 KEL
Electricity from wave and tide : an introduction to marine energy, Paul A. Lynn 621.312134 LYN
Experimental methods in RF design, Wes Hayward, Rick Campbell, Bob Larkin ; editors, Jan Carman .[et al.] 621.384 HAY
Geotechnical engineering : unsaturated and saturated soils, Jean-Louis Briaud 624 BRI
Pump wisdom : problem solving for operators and specialists, Heinz P. Bloch 621.69 BLO
The chlorine revolution : water disinfection and the fight to save lives, Michael J. McGuire 628.166 MCG
The recording engineer's handbook, Bobby Owsinski 621.3893 OWS

Engineering technologies

Alarm management : a comprehensive guide : practical and proven methods to optimize the performance of alarm management systems, Bill R. Hollifield & Eddie Habibi ; foreword by Jim Pinto.. 660.28 HOL
Green chemistry and engineering : a path to sustainability, Anne E. Marteel-Parrish, Martin A. Abraham 660.63 MAR


Greening in the red zone : disaster, resilience and community greening, Keith G. Tidball, Marianne E. Krasny, editors 333.72 GRE
This book discusses specific instances of greening and the presence of greened spaces in promoting and enhancing recovery, and perhaps resilience, in social-ecological systems disrupted by violent conflict or other catastrophic disaster.
Ivory, horn and blood : behind the elephant and rhinoceros poaching crisis, Ronald Orenstein 333.959 ORE
Reinventing fire : bold business solutions for the new energy era, Amory B. Lovins and Rocky Mountain Institute ; forewords by Marvin Odum, John W. Rowe.


Bridal bargains : secrets to throwing a fantastic wedding on a realistic budget, Denise & Alan Fields 395.22 FIE


A field guide to fabric design : design, print & sell your own fabric : traditional & digital techniques for quilting, home dec & apparel, Kimberly Kight 677.022
Art/fashion in the 21st century, Mitchell Oakley Smith, Alison Kubler 746.92 OAK
Dior glamour : photographs from 1952 to 1962, Mark Shaw ; foreword by Lee Radziwill ; text by Natasha Fraser-Cavassoni 746.92 DIO
DIY braids : from crowns to fishtails, easy, step-by-step hair braiding instructions, Sasha Coefield 646.724 COE
Fifty fashion looks that changed the 1980s, Paula Reed 391 REE
Fifty fashion looks that changed the 1990s, Paula Reed 391 REE
Scent & subversion : decoding a century of provocative perfume, Barbara Herman 391.63 HER

Film, Television & Theatre

A practical guide to stage lighting, Steven Louis Shelley 792.025 SHE
Doctor Who : the complete guide, Mark Campbell 791.457 CAM
Fashioning Bollywood : the making and meaning of Hindi film costume, Clare Wilkinson-Weber 791.43026 WIL
Making Poldark, Robin Ellis 791.457 ELL
This is the memoir of BBC/Masterpiece Theatre actor Robin Ellis, who offers his own behind-the-scenes account of making Poldark, one of the most successful British classic television series of all time.
Mrs Brown's family handbook : the ultimate guide to ruining your home & family, Agnes Brown with Brendan O'Carroll and Michael Joseph 791.457 OCA
The Godfather family album, Photographs by Steve Schapiro ; edited by Paul Duncan 791.437 SCH
The greatest sitcoms of all time, Martin Gitlin 791.45617 GIT


Dictionary of 1,000 Chinese proverbs, Marjorie Lin & Schalk Leonard 398.9 DIC

Food & Wine

5:2 vegetarian : over 100 easy fasting diet recipes, Celia Brooks ; recipe analysis by Anita Bean 641.5636 BRO
Champagne, Giles Fallowfield, W. Craig Cooper 663.2 FAL
Desserts : Spirit House, Helen Brierty ; photography, Acland Brierty 641.86 BRI
Spirit House Desserts brings you the most exotic flavours of Thailand in beautiful and interesting dessert combinations.
Do-ahead dinners : how to feed friends and family without the frenzy, James Ramsden ; photography by Yuki Sugiura 641.555 RAM
Dr Libby's real food kitchen, Dr Libby Weaver and chef Cynthia Louise 641.563 WEA
Eat : the little book of fast food, Nigel Slater ; photographs by Jonathan Lovekin 641.555 SLA
European cookies for every occasion, Krisztina Maksai 641.8654 MAK
Everything but espresso : professional coffee brewing techniques, Scott Rao ; photography by Alex Dubois 641.877 RAO
Gok's wok., Gok Wan 641.595 WAN
How to cook, Claire Macdonald, Jenny Stringer ; general editor, Camilla Schneideman ; photography, Peter Cassidy 641.5 MCD
Long way on a little : an earth lover's companion for enjoying meat, pinching pennies and living deliciously, Shannon Hayes 641.66 HAY
Marie Claire : 10 years of great food, with Michele Cranston 641.5 CRA
Meals for 1 or 2, Simon & Alison Holst 641.561 HOL
My Rio de Janeiro : a cookbook, Leticia Moreinos Schwartz ; food photography by Kate Sears 641.5981 SCH
Nadia Lim's good food cook book : simple, healthy & delicious food for busy people., Nadia Lim 641.555 LIM
Root to stalk cooking : the art of using the whole vegetable, Tara Duggan ; photography by Clay McLachlan 641.65 DUG
Stefano Manfredi's Italian food., . 641.5945 MAN
The adventurous vegetarian : around the world in 30 meals, Jane Hughes 641.5636 HUG
The modern art cookbook, Mary Ann Caws 641.5 CAW
The non-dairy formulary : vegan cuisine for the ethical gourmet, Skye Michael Conroy 641.5636 CON
The professional barista's handbook : an expert's guide to preparing espresso, coffee, and tea, Scott Rao ; photography by Alex Dubois 641.877 RAO
Week in a day : 5 dishes > 1 day, Rachael Ray ; photographs by Frances Janisch 641.555 RAY

Gardens and Gardening

Garden voices : Australian designers : their stories, Anne Latreille 712.0994 LAT
Modern roses : an illustrated guide to varieties, cultivation and care, with step-by-step instructions over 150 beautiful photographs, Andrew Mikolajski ; consultant, Lin Hawthorne ; photography by Marie O'Hara 635.93 ROS
Pelargoniums : an illustrated guide to varieties, cultivation and care, with step-by-step instructions and over 170 beautiful photographs, Blaise Cooke, photography by Marie O'Hara 635.93 PEL
The Elizabethan garden at Kenilworth Castle, Anna Keay and John Watkins 712.60942 ELI
Veranda : the art of outdoor living, Lisa Newsom 712.6 NEW
What's wrong with my fruit garden? : 100% organic solutions for berries, trees, nuts, vines, and tropicals, David Deardorff and Kathryn Wadsworth


Benjamin and Mary Ann DeMalmanche : a family history, R. Motion 929.2 DEM

Graphic Arts

Curious beasts : animal prints from the British Museum, Alison E. Wright 769 WRI
Lettering large : art and design of monumental typography, Steven Heller & Mirko Ilic 686.22 HEL
Paper & ink workshop : printmaking techniques using a variety of methods and materials, John Foster 760.2 FOS

Graphic novels

Bibliovores : an Unshelved collection, Gene Ambaum & Bill Barnes 741.5 AMB
The new "Unshelved" collection begins where Too Much Information left off, with the birth of Dewey's adorable daughter, Trillian.
The best American comics. 2013, Jeff Smith ; Jessica Abel & Matt Madden 741.5 BES
Collects original comic strips from American authors and illustrators published in 2012 in graphic novels.

Health & Medicine

5:2 your life : how the revolutionary 5:2 approach can transform your health, your wealth and your happiness, Emma Cook 613.25 COO
A big fat crisis : the hidden forces behind the obesity epidemic and how we can end it, Deborah A. Cohen 616.398 COH
A short guide to a long life, David B. Agus. 612.68 AGU
Anatomy of exercise : 50+ : a trainer's guide to staying fit over fifty, Hollis Lance Liebman 613.71 LIE
Breathe well and live well with COPD : a 28-day breathing exercise plan, Janet Brindley ; foreword by Linda Shampan 616.2 BRI
Disease-proof : the remarkable truth about what makes us well, David L. Katz, with Stacey Colino 613 KAT
Eat less crap lose that fat, Sam Pease 613.25 PEA
Essential oils for beginners : the guide to get started with essential oils and aromatherapy., . 615.85 ESS
Fast exercise, Michael Mosley with Peta Bee ; foreword by Jamie Timmons 613.71 MOS
French women don't get facelifts : the secret of aging with style & attitude, Mireille Guiliano 613.0424 GUI
Good medicine : safe, natural ways to solve over 75 common health problems, Patrick Holford 615.882 HOL
Grain brain : the surprising truth about wheat, carbs, and sugar, your brain's silent killers, David Perlmutter, with Kristin Loberg 613.26 PER
Inches off! Your tummy : the super-simple 5-minute plan to firm up flab & sculpt a flat belly, Jorge Cruise ; [photographs by Beth Bischoff] 613.71 CRU
Kama Sutra for 21st century lovers, Anne Hooper 613.96 HOO
Living safely, aging well : a guide to preventing injuries at home, Dorothy A. Drago 613.0438 DRA
My pregnancy 2014., . 618.2 MY
No gym! No problem! : the DIY fitness bible, Patrick Dale 613.71 DAL
Overcoming baby blues : a comprehensive guide to perinatal depression, Gordon Parker, Kerrie Eyers and Philip Boyce 618.76 PAR
Paleo workouts for dummies, Kellyann Petrucci and Patrick Flynn 613.71 PET
Paleo workouts that are heavy on results and low on equipment investment. Paleo Workouts For Dummies offers a program of back-to-the-Stone-Age exercises with specially designed workouts that burn fat, fight disease, and increase energy.
Pilates, Charmaine Yabsley ; foreword by Martin Clark 613.71 YAB
Qigong illustrated, Christina J. Barea 613.7148 BAR
Ready for air : a journey through premature motherhood, Kate Hopper 618.9201 HOP
Stand taller, live longer : an anti-aging strategy : 10 minutes a day to keep your body active and pain-free, Steven P. Weiniger 613.78 WEI
Tai chi, Loretta M. Wollering 613.7148 WOL
The busy woman's guide to high energy happiness, Louise Thompson 613.0424 THO
In this practical self-help book, New Zealand life coach Louise Thompson shares her secrets for achieving wellness, balance and fulfilment in this fast-paced world.
The complete guide to personal training, Morc Coulson 613.71 COU
The every other day diet : the diet that lets you eat all you want (half the time) and keep off the weight, Krista Varady and Bill Gottlieb 613.25 VAR
The fitness instructor's handbook : a complete guide to health and fitness, Morc Coulson 613.71 COU
The home apothecary : Cold Spring Apothecary's cookbook of hand-crafted remedies & recipes for the hair, skin, body, and home, Stacy Dugliss-Wesselman.

History, Geography & Travel

365 reasons to be proud to be Scottish : magical moments in scotland's history, Richard Happer 941.1 HAP
A classless society : Britain in the 1990s, Alwyn W. Turner 941.0859 TUR
Barbados, Sarah Cameron 972.981 CAM
Battle cry of freedom : the Civil War era, James M. McPherson 973.73 MCP
Blood, money & power : how L.B.J. killed J.F.K., Barr McClellan 973.922 MCC
The author, formerly one of Lyndon Johnson's lawyers, explains why he believes that Johnson was behind the Kennedy assassination.
Cairo in the war, 1939-1945, Artemis Cooper 962.1 COO
Canada., . 971 CAN
DK Eyewitness Travel Guide
China's wars : rousing the Dragon, 1894-1949, Philip Jowett 951.04 JOW
Faraway places with strange sounding names : the Penn Overland story, Gerald Davis 910.4 FAR
Farewell, Fred Voodoo : a letter from Haiti, Amy Wilentz 972.94 WIL
Girt : the unauthorised history of Australia. Volume 1, From Megafauna to Macquarie, David Hunt ; illustrations by Ad Long 994 HUN
Great Britain., . 941 LEA
DK Eyewitness Travel Guide
History decoded : the 10 greatest conspiracies of all time, Brad Meltzer with Keith Ferrell 001.9 MEL
Leading on the edge : extraordinary stories and leadership insights from the world's most extreme workplace, Rachel Robertson 998.9 ROB
Lessons on authentic leadership from the 58th annual Antarctic expedition. In Leading on the Edge, successful business speaker and consultant Rachael Robertson shares the lessons she learned as leader of a year-long expedition to the wilds of Antarctica.
On the edge : Wairarapa's coastal communities, Jim Graydon 993.66 GRA
One summer : America, 1927, Bill Bryson 973.915 BRY
Pylos and Sphacteria 425 BC : Sparta's island of disaster, William Shepherd 938.05 SHE
Red fortress : the secret heart of Russia's history, Catherine Merridale 947.31 MER
Snapshots of seasonal changes in Dallington : September 2012 to September 2013, Lois E. Daly 993.83 DAL
Survival in Auschwitz : the Nazi assault on humanity, Primo Levi 940.5317 LEV
Survival in Auschwitz is Primo Levi's remarkable memoir describing his arrest as a member of the Italian anti-fascist resistance during the Second World War, and his incarceration in the Aushwitz concentration camp from February 1944 until the camp was liberated in January 1945.
The assassination of JFK : minute by minute, Jonathan Mayo 973.922 MAY
The Danube : a journey upriver from the Black Sea to the Black Forest, Nick Thorpe 949.6 THO
The Emerald Mile : the epic story of the fastest ride in history through the heart of the Grand Canyon, Kevin Fedarko 979.132 GRU
The heart of everything that is : the untold story of Red Cloud, an American legend, Bob Drury and Tom Clavin 978 RED
The untold story of the great Oglala Sioux chief Red Cloud, the most powerful Indian commander of the Plains who witnessed the opening of the West and forced the American government to sue for peace in a conflict named for him.
The London book : highlights of a fascinating city., . 942.1 LON
The Times of the seventies : the culture, politics, and personalities that shaped the decade, Clyde Haberman 909.827 TIM
There is no better record of events then the New York Times and now, The Times of the Seventies captures the history, culture, and personalities of the decade through hundreds of hand-selected articles and compelling original commentary in this unique and fascinating book.
The unwinding : an inner history of the new America, George Packer 973.93 PAC
The village against the world, Dan Hancox 946.63 HAN
One hundred kilometres from Seville lies the small village of Marinaleda, which for the last thirty-five years has been the centre of a tireless struggle to create a living utopia.
Tibet : an unfinished story, Lezlee Brown Halper, Stephen Halper 951.5 HAL
To Timbuktu for a haircut : a journey through West Africa, Rick Antonson ; foreword by Professor Geoffrey Lipman 966 ANT
Under fire : the untold story of the attack in Benghazi, Fred Burton and Samuel M. Katz 363.32 BUR
On the night of September 11, 2012, the American diplomatic mission at Benghazi, Libya, came under ferocious attack by a heavily armed group of Islamic terrorists.
What westerners have for breakfast : five years in Goa, John McBeath 954.78 MCB
In the mid-eighties John McBeath and his partner Sue left Australia for India with the dream to open a European-style pensione in an old Portuguese villa in Goa.
Year of meteors : Stephen Douglas, Abraham Lincoln, and the election that brought on the Civil War, Douglas R. Egerton 973.71 EGE

House & Garden

Beauty at home, Aerin Lauder ; written with Christine Pittle ; photographs by Simon Upton 747 LAU
Style icon Aerin Lauder reveals what it means to live beautifully
Estimating building costs for the residential & light commercial construction professional, Wayne J. DelPico 692.5 DEL
Exercises in building construction, Edward Allen and Joseph Iano 690 ALL
Farrow & Ball decorating with colour, Ros Byam Shaw ; photography by Jan Baldwin 747.94 BYA
Papering walls & ceiling, Diane Carr. 698.14 CAR
Playful home : creative style ideas for living with kids, Andrew Weaving 747.77 WEA
Renzo Mongiardino : Renaissance master of style, Laure Verchere 747 MON
Renzo Mongiardino, architect, theatrical designer, and interior designer, rejected minimalism and modernism in favor of opulent, atmospheric spaces with monumental architectural features borrowed from Ancient Greece and Rome, Byzantium, and the Renaissance.
Romantic French homes, Lanie Goodman ; photography by Simon Brown 747 GOO
The big book of chic, Miles Redd 747 RED
Internationally acclaimed interior design sensation Miles Redd is known for his quirky brand of cozy glamour.
The visual handbook of energy conservation : a comprehensive guide to reducing energy use at home, Charlie Wing 690 WIN


Downton Tabby, Chris Kelly 817.6 KEL
Downton Tabby is about England's oldest and finest family of cats.


Breaking news : sex, lies and the Murdoch succession, Paul Barry 302.23 MUR
On the front line : the collected journalism of Marie Colvin., . 070.433 COL
A fearless, passionate veteran reporter of conflicts from around the world, Sunday Times journalist Marie Colvin was killed in February 2012, covering the uprising in Syria from the besieged city of Homs.
Running with the blood god : down and dirty with freedom fighters, rebels and misfits, Matthew Thompson 070.92 THO


Alphabetical : how every letter tells a story, Michael Rosen 411 ROS
An introduction to sociolinguistics, Janet Holmes 306.44 HOL
Get started in Polish, Joanna Michalak-Gray 491.85 MIC
Schottenfreude : German words for the human condition, Ben Schott 430 SCH
Ever thought, 'There should be a German word for that'? Well, now there is. A unique volume exploring the idiosyncrasies of the human condition auf Deutsch.


Butterworths family law in New Zealand, Professor Mark Henaghan, Bill Atkin, Judge Dale Clarkson, John Caldwell 346.015 BUT
Butterworths introduction to commercial law, Jeremy Finn 346.07 BUT
New Zealand law for marketers, General editor Richard J. Varey 343.084 NEW


How to be a heroine ; or, What I've learned from reading too much, Samantha Ellis 809.39352 ELL
My poets, Maureen N. McLane 811.6 MCL
In this stunningly original book Maureen N. McLane channels the spirits and voices that make up the music in one poet's mind. Weaving criticism and memoir, "My Poets" explores a life reading and a life read.
The Narnia code : C.S. Lewis and the secret of the seven heavens, Michael Ward 823.912 LEW
The poet's wife, Mandy Sayer 823.914 SAY
The Poet's Wife tells the story of the ten years that Mandy Sayer and Yusef Komunyakaa spent together, first as lovers, then as husband and wife. During that time he became a famous poet, recipient of the Pulitzer Prize, the highest honour for poetry in the United States, and a university professor.
The triumph of human empire : Verne, Morris, and Stevenson at the end of the world, Rosalind Williams 809.38766 WIL
The vampire in contemporary popular literature, Lorna Piatti-Farnell 809.93375 PIA
The vampyre family : passion, envy and the curse of Byron, Andrew McConnell Stott 821.7 BYR


Metalworking : doing it better : machining, welding, fabricating, Tom Lipton 671 LIP


Flight 777 : the mystery of Leslie Howard, Ian Colvin 940.544 COL
Fred's war, Andrew Davidson 940.4 DAV
The extraordinary story of a young doctor who in 1914 illegally took his camera to war. This book shows his remarkable photographs for the first time and offers an unusually intimate portrait of life among a band of brothers. It also examines just how ill-prepared Army doctors were for the carnage they faced, and asks, how did they cope?

Music & Musicians

Forbidden music : the Jewish composers banned by the Nazis, Michael Haas 780.89 HAA
Guitar aficionado : the collections : the most famous, rare, and valuable guitars in the world, Edited by Tom Beaujour and Christopher Scapellit 787.87 GUI
Isle of noises : conversations with great British songwriters, Daniel Rachel 780.92 RAC
Legends, icons & rebels : music that changed the world, Robbie Robertson .[et al.] 781.64 LEG
Set in stone : Ian Tilton's Stone Roses photographs, Ian Tilton & Claire Caldwell 781.66 STO

Natural Science

Bees : a natural history, Christopher O'Toole ; featuring photographs by Edward Ross 595.79 OTO
Bugs rule! : an introduction to the world of insects, Whitney Cranshaw and Richard Redak 595.7 CRA
Dragon songs : love and adventure among crocodiles, alligators, and other dinosaur relations, Vladimir Dinets 597.98 DIN
Octopus! : the most mysterious creature in the sea, Katherine Harmon Courage 594.5 COU
Tigers forever : saving the world's most endangered big cat, Steve Winter, Sharon Guynup 599.75 WIN
Unlikely loves : 43 heartwarming true stories from the animal kingdom, Jennifer S. Holland 591.5 HOL
Why dogs hump and bees get depressed : the fascinating science of animal intelligence, emotions, friendship, and conservation, Marc Bekoff 591.5 BEK


Brilliantly behaved toddler : 50 things you really need to know, Lorraine Thomas 649.64 THO
Love, Nina : despatches from family life, Nina Stibbe 649.1 STI
In the 1980s Nina Stibbe wrote letters home to her sister in Leicester describing her trials and triumphs as a nanny to a London family.
Raising my rainbow : adventures in raising a fabulous, gender creative son, Lori Duron ; [foreword by Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka]. 306.874 DUR
Discusses the author's experiences raising an effeminate son who may be gay.
Retro baby : cut back on all the gear and boost your baby's development with more than 100 time-tested activities, Anne H. Zachry 649.68 ZAC
The everything parent's guide to children with executive functioning disorder : strategies to help your child achieve the time management skills, focus, and organization needed to succeed in school and life, Rebecca Branstetter 649.15 BRA

Pets & Animals

Quake dogs : heart-warming stories of Christchurch dogs, Text by Laura Sessions ; photography by Craig Bullock 636.7 SES

Philosophy & Psychology

The meaning of things : applying philosophy to life, A.C. Grayling 170 GRA

Philosophy and psychology

Four meditations on happiness, Michael Hampe ; translated from the German by Jamie Bulloch 128.3 HAM
Striving for a happy, perfect life is as old as mankind. Can one achieve such a goal at all? Can there be a universally applicable theory about happiness? In this original and thought-provoking book philosopher Michael Hampe sets out to find some answers.


Emmy Andriesse : hidden lens, Louise Baring 779 AND
Home truths : photography and motherhood, Susan Bright with contributions by Susan Bright .[et al.] ; art works by Janine Antoni .[et al.] 779 HOM
The fundamentals of digital photography, Tim Daly 778.3 DAL
Two-by-two : men in pairs, Chris Brickell 779 BRI


Collected poems, Denise Levertov 811.54 LEV
Greatest living poet : strange gods, bulk prophecies, Mark Staber Kobo 811.6 KOB
You made me late again! : my new collection, Pam Ayres 821.914 AYR

Politics & Government

Our political nature : the evolutionary origins of what divides us, Avi Tuschman 320.019 TUS
Ping pong diplomacy : Ivor Montagu and the astonishing story behind the game that changed the world, Nicholas Griffin 327.73 GRI
It was one of the most significant developments of the post-war era: China finally abandoning its close relationship with the Soviet Union to begin detente with the USA. Astonishingly, the man who helped make it happen was a British aristocrat, Ivor Montagu, a Soviet spy who dined with Stalin.
The confidence trap : a history of democracy in crisis from World War I to the present, David Runciman 321.8 RUN
The Conservatives : a history, Robin Harris 324.241 HAR


Te ahi kaaroa : Ruatoki kaumatua narratives, Te Manatu Matauranga o Tuhoe 305.8994 AHI
The Tuhoe Education Authority Te Manatu Matauranga o Tuhoe interviewed kuia and kaumatua in te reo Maori about their lives and experiences.

Religion & Ethics

A religion of one's own : a guide to creating a personal spirituality in a secular world, Thomas Moore 204.4 MOO
Answering the new atheism : dismantling Dawkins' case against God, Scott Hahn and Benjamin Wiker 212.1 HAH
Basic teachings of the Buddha : a new translation and compilation, with a guide to reading the texts, Glenn Wallis 294.36 WAL
God is not mad at you : you can experience real love, acceptance & guilt-free living, Joyce Meyer 248.4 MEY
Killing Jesus : a history, Bill O'Reilly and Martin Dugard 232.96 ORE
Moments of grace : reflections on meeting with God, Joy MacCormick 231 MCC
Moral tribes : emotion, reason and the gap between us and them, Joshua Greene 170 GRE
The essential writings of Christian mysticism, Edited and with an introduction by Bernard McGinn 248.22 ESS
The human person : according to John Paul II, J. Brian Bransfield 233 BRA
In the 20th Century three social revolutions the industrial, sexual and technological revolutions challenged the religious convictions of many. John Paul II's teaching on the theology of the body was his response to the resulting societal shifts.
Your fatwa does not apply here : untold stories from the fight against Muslim fundamentalism, Karima Bennoune 297 BEN


A case for climate engineering, David Keith 551.68 KEI
Climate engineering which could slow the pace of global warming by injecting reflective particles into the upper atmosphere has emerged in recent years as an extremely controversial technology.
Behind the scenes of the universe : from the Higgs to dark matter, Gianfranco Bertone 523.1 BER
Biology, Eldra P. Solomon .[et al.] 570 BIO
Cosmos, Carl Sagan 520 SAG
Earthmasters : the dawn of the age of climate engineering, Clive Hamilton 551.68 HAM
Fundamentals of physics, Jearl Walker 530 WAL
How big is big and how small is small : the sizes of everything and why, Timothy Paul Smith 530.8 SMI
Our mathematical universe : my quest for the ultimate nature of reality, Max Tegmark 523.1 TEG
Our Sun : biography of a star, Christopher Cooper ; foreword by David Spergel ; preface by Madhulika Guhathurta 523.7 COO
Physics : an illustrated history of the foundatons of science, Tom Jackson 530 JAC
Speed math, Gaurav Tekriwal 513.2 TEK
The accidental universe : the world you thought you knew, Alan Lightman 523.1 LIG
The neutrino hunters : the chase for the ghost particle and the secrets of the universe, Ray Jayawardhana 539.721 JAY
The Princeton guide to evolution, Jonathan B. Losos, editor in chief 576.8 PRI
What is chemistry?, Peter Atkins 540 ATK

Self Development

100 things you will never do : and how to achieve the impossible, Daniel Smith 646.7 SMI
A field guide to now : notes on mindfulness and life in the present tense, Christina Rosalie 158.1 ROS
Compelling people : the hidden qualities that make us influential, John Neffinger and Matthew Kohut 158.2 NEF
Fingerpainting in psych class : artfully applying science to better work with children and teens : a psycho-spiritual view of childhood and adolescence, [Jay Morgan] 155.4
Focus : the hidden driver of excellence., Daniel Goleman 153.73 GOL
Give up to get on : how to master the art of quitting in love, work and life, Peg Streep and Alan B. Bernstein 158.1 STR
One simple idea : how positive thinking reshaped modern life, Mitch Horowitz 150.198 HOR
The nostalgia factory : memory, time and ageing, Douwe Draaisma 155.67 DRA
The power of you : how to live your authentic, exciting, joy-filled life now!, Chris Michaels 158.1 MIC
Winning from within : a breakthrough method for leading, living and lasting change, Erica Ariel Fox 158.2 FOX

Social Issues

"You can tell just by looking" : and 20 other myths about LGBT life and people, Michael Bronski, Ann Pellegrini, Michael Amico 306.766 BRO
Breaks down the most commonly held misconceptions about lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people and their lives.
Chicken soup for the soul : children with special needs : stories of love and understanding for those who care for children with disabilities, [compiled by] Jack Canfield .[et al.] 362.4 CHI
China's vanishing worlds : Countryside, traditions, and cultural spaces, Matthias Messmer & Hsin-Mei Chuang 306.0951 MES
Drink : the intimate relationship between women and alcohol, Ann Dowsett Johnston 362.292 JOH
Human communication : the basic course, Joseph A. DeVito 302.2 DEV
Introducing qualitative research : a student's guide, Rosaline S. Barbour 300 BAR
Public sociology and civil society : governance, politics, and power, Patricia Mooney Nickel 301 NIC
Shadows of the workhouse, Jennifer Worth 305.569 WOR
Jennifer Worth, a midwife working in the docklands area of East London in the 1950s tells more stories about the people she encountered.
The feminist porn book : the politics of producing pleasure, Tristan Taormino. 306.7 FEM
The natural : how to effortlessly attract the women you want, Richard La Ruina 306.7 LA
The author used to be the guy who couldn't get the girl. Shy, painfully awkward, and still living at home with his mother, at 25 he decided to finally take control of his life and become the kind of man men admire and women desire.
The new senior woman : reinventing the years beyond mid-life, Barbara M. Fleisher and Thelma Reese 306.38 FLE
Uncharted : big data as a lens on human culture, Erez Aiden and Jean-Baptiste Michel 302.23 AID
This year, the world will generate 5 zettabytes of data. (That's a five with twenty-one zeros after it.) Big data is revolutionizing the sciences, transforming the humanities, and renegotiating the boundary between industry and the ivory tower. What is emerging is a new way of understanding our world, our past, and possibly, our future.
Untangling the Web : what the internet is doing to you, Aleks Krotoski 303.483 KRO
What do women want? : adventures in the science of female desire, Daniel Bergner 306.7 BER

Space flight

An astronaut's guide to life on Earth, Chris Hadfield 629.45 HAD

Sport & Recreation

50 magnificent years of Bathurst., . 796.72 FIF
Classic cycling race routes, Chris Sidwells 796.62 SID
Classic New Zealand cycle trail : a guide to 46 fantastic holidays., . 796.64 CLA
Collins official Scrabble words., . 793.734 COL
Doped : the real life story of the 1960s racehorse doping gang, Jamie Reid 798.4 REI
In the city of bikes : the story of the Amsterdam cyclist, Pete Jordan 796.6 JOR
Kicking essentials : the ultimate guide for players and coaches, Gareth Ashton 796.333 ASH
No mercy : life on the roller derby track, Jules Doyle 796.21 DOY
Open water swimming : a complete guide for swimmers and triathletes, Emma Davis 797.21 DAV
The girl's guide to life on two wheels, Cathy Bussey 796.6 BUS
The total motorcycling manual, Mark Lindemann and the editors of Cycle world 796.75 LIN
Toy time! : from hula hoops to he-man to hungry hungry hippos : a look back at the most- beloved toys of decades past, Christopher Byrne 688.72 BYR
A nostalgic celebration of the most beloved toys of decades past like Twister, LEGOs, My Little Ponies, Lite Brite, Viewmaster, Transformers and much more. Attractive, gifty, and fully illustrated with photos of vintage toy packaging, advertisements, and of course the toys themselves.
Where countries come to play : celebrating the world of Olympic hockey and the Triple Gold Club, Andrew Podnieks 796.962 POD

Trains, Boats, Planes

Air disasters of the world, Xavier Waterkeyn 363.124 WAT
More than 200 notable air crashes, including bizarre accidents, hijackings and tales of miraculous
Air traffic control handbook : the complete guide for all aviation and air band enthusiasts, David J. Smith 629.1366 SMI
History of flight : from the flying machine of Leonardo da Vinci to the conquest of the space, Riccardo Niccoli 629.1309 NIC
Learning to fly helicopters, R. Randall Padfield 629.13252 PAD
New Zealand Railways stand alone mechanical signal boxes of the H.J. Wynne era, 1900 to 1929, John Fitzgerald 385.31 FIT
The aviators : Eddie Rickenbacker, Jimmy Doolittle, Charles Lindbergh, and the epic Age of Flight, Winston Groom 629.13092 GRO
The rocket man : and other extraordinary characters in the history of flight, David Darling 629.13092 DAR
Top steam railways of the world, Anthony Lambert 625.26 TOP


Aces of Jagdgeschwader 3 'Udet', John Weal 940.544 WEA
Aces of Jagdstaffel 17, Greg VanWyngarden 940.44 VAN
Aces of the 78th fighter group, Thomas McKelvey Cleaver ; series editor, Tony Holmes 940.544 CLE
German late war armored fighting vehicles, George Bradford 623.7475 BRA
Hidden warbirds : the epic stories of finding, recovering, and rebuilding WWII's lost aircraft, Nick A. Veronico 623.746 VER
Like dreamers : the story of the Israeli paratroopers who reunited Jerusalem and divided a nation, Yossi Klein Halevi 356.166 KLE
Silent cities in Flanders Fields : Ypres Salient & West Flanders : World War I cemeteries : visitor's guide, Wayne Evans, Pierre Vandervelden, Luc Corremans 940.46
Soviet and Russian military aircraft in the Middle East, Yefim Gordon & Dmitriy Komissarov 623.746 GOR
The real great escape, Guy Walters 940.5472 WAL
In early 1942 the Germans opened a top security prisoner of war camp in Lower Silesia for captured Allied airmen. Called Stalag Luft III, the camp soon came to contain some of the most inventive escapers ever known.
The real great escape : the story of the First World War's most daring mass breakout, Jacqueline Cook 940.472 COO
Bigger than The Great Escape. The story of the first successful mass tunnel escape from a POW camp in First World War Germany.
The Spitfire story, Alfred Price 623.7464 SPI
Alfred Price, international authority on the Spitfire, traces the life of the aircraft that has become a living legend. From the original design concept of Reginald Mitchell to the first flight in 1936, and on through 12 years of continuous development.