New Titles Non-Fiction July 2016 (arrived in June 2016)

Art & Architecture

Artefacts of encounter : Cook's voyages, colonial collecting and museum histories, Nicholas Thomas, Julie Adams, Billie Lythberg, Maia Nuku & Amiria Salmond ; photography by Gwil Owen 704.03995 ART
British ceramics 1675-1825 : the Mint Museum, Curator, Brian D. Gallagher 738.0941 BRI
C.F.A. Voysey : arts & crafts designer, Karen Livingstone with Max Donnelly and Linda Parry 720.941 VOY
Carlos Betancourt : imperfect utopia, Petra Mason 709.2 BET
A painter, photographer, and mixed-media artist, Carlos Betancourt and his seminal studio, Imperfect Utopia, are credited with helping to launch the Miami art scene in the 1990s.
Cindy Sherman. 709.0407 SHE
Cindy Sherman (b.1954) is widely recognised as the most significant and influential artist to have emerged from the Pictures generation in New York in the late 1970s.
Dark inspiration II : grotesque illustrations, art & design, Edited and produced by Viction:ary 700.4 DAR
Tapping into the uncanny domain of grotesqueries and the occult, Dark Inspiration II is a rich profusion of bone-chilling art created by more than 50 artists worldwide.
Finger painting weekend workshop : a beginner's guide to creating brush-free works of art, Iris Scott 751.49 SCO
Great properties of country Victoria : the Western District's golden age, Richard Allen and Kimbal Baker 728.37 ALL
Gustav Klimt : art nouveau & the Vienna secessionists, Michael Kerrigan 759.36 KLI
Gustav Klimt : masterpieces of art, Susie Hodge 759.36 KLI
Gustav Klimt : the drawings, Curator, Marian Bisanz-Prakken 759.36 KLI
On occasion of Gustav Klimt's 150th birthday, the Albertina in Vienna and the J Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles have dedicated a special exhibition to this artist's outstanding graphic work.
Images of the Ice Age, Paul G. Bahn 709.0112 BAH
In the age of Giorgione. 759.5 IN
This volume includes landscapes, portraits and devotional works, all exemplars of the exceptional richness of colour and mood that were to become the hallmark of the Golden Age of Venetian painting.
Landscape painting in pastel : techniques and tips from a lifetime of painting, Elizabeth Mowry 741.23 MOW
Lessons in realistic watercolor : a contemporary approach to painting people and places in the classical tradition, Mario Andres Robinson 751.422 ROB
Margaret Preston, Deborah Edwards and Rose Peel with Denise Mimmocchi 759.994 PRE
One of Australia's most innovative early modernists.
Mastering watercolors : a practical guide, Joe Cartwright 751.422 CAR
Nanotecture, Rebecca Roke 720 ROK
An inspiring, surprising and fun collection of 300 works of small-scale architecture including demountable, portable, transportable and inflatable structures as well as pavilions, installations, sheds, cabins, pods, capsules and tree houses.
Outdoor art : extraordinary sculpture parks and art in nature, Silvia Langen 730 LAN
Painting expressive watercolour, Bridget Woods 751.422 WOO
Secret power : New Zealand at Venice : New Zealand Pavilion, 56th International Art Exhibition La Biennale di Venezia 2015, Simon Denny 709.93 DEN
Tanya Ashken : jeweller, silversmith, sculptor, Cameron Drawbridge 730.92 ASH
The art of painting still life in acrylic, Varvara Harmon 751.426 HAR
The book of the bird : birds in art, Angus Hyland & Kendra Wilson 704.9432 HYL
The United Nations at 70 : restoration and renewal : the seventieth anniversary of the United Nations and the restoration of the New York Headquarters, Foreword by Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon ; essays by Martti Ahtisaari and Carter Wiseman 725.11 UNI
Tiny homes on the move : wheels and water, Lloyd Kahn 728.79 KAH
Tom Kundig : works. 720.973 KUN
The celebrated Seattle-based architect presents nineteen new projects, from Hawaii to New York City.
Under the edge : the architecture of Peter Stutchbury, Ewan McEoin ; photography by Michael Nicholson 720.994 UND
Unspoken spaces, Studio Olafur Eliasson 709.2 OLA
Unspoken Spaces is a richly illustrated journey through spheres, tunnels, towers, walkways and archways, as well as pavilions and larger buildings realized by artist Olafur Eliasson and his studio since the late 1990s.


Auto repair & maintenance, Dave Stribling 629.2872 STRI
The greatest cars ever made : an A-Z of more than 300 amazing automobiles, Hilton Holloway & Martin Buckley 629.222 HOL
The Morgan 3 Wheeler : back to the future!, Peter Dron 629.2222 MOR
Your car care companion, Clint E. Hightower 629.2872 HIG


A child called 'It', Dave Pelzer 362.76 PEL
Dave Pelzer was brutally beaten and starved by his emotionally unstable, alcoholic mother a mother who played tortuous, unpredictable games. She no longer considered Dave a son, but a slave; no longer a boy, but an 'it'.
A different kind of daughter : the girl who hid from the Taliban in plain sight, Maria Toorpakai with Katherine Holstein 796.343 TOO
Maria Toorpakai Wazir has lived her life disguised as a boy, defying the Taliban, in order to pursue her love of sport.
A few hares to chase : the life and economics of Bill Phillips, Alan Bollard 330.092 PHI
A biography of famous economist Bill Phillips. It recounts his childhood in rural New Zealand, his time with the RAF, and later at the LSE, where he built a hydraulic-driven economics computing machine and became world famous for the Phillips curve.
A life in secrets : the story of Vera Atkins and the lost agents of SOE, Sarah Helm 940.5486 ATK
During World War Two the Special Operation Executive's Vera Atkins covered her life in mystery so that even her closest family knew almost nothing of her past. Helm has stripped away Vera's many veils and with unprecedented access to official and private papers, and the cooperation of Vera's relatives vividly reconstructed an extraordinary life.
A life well lived, Gwen Young-James 920.72 YOU
This story follows the author's journey from tragic beginning to enetering the world of queens, princes and presidents, along with many well-known celebrities of our time.
Alfred the Great, David Horspool 942.01 ALF
The discovery earlier this year in Winchester of human remains, almost certainly of Alfred the Great or his eldest son, has sparked renewed interest in England's most celebrated monarch.
All at sea, Decca Aitkenhead 070.92 AIT
All at Sea is a remarkable story of love and loss, of how one couple changed each other's lives, and of what a sudden death can do to the people who survive.
All I know now : wonderings and reflections on growing up gracefully, Carrie Hope Fletcher 792.092 FLE
We all know that growing up is hard to do, and sometimes the only thing that makes it better are the reassuring words of someone who has walked that bumpy road just a few steps ahead of you and somehow ended up as a fully-functioning adult. Carrie Hope Fletcher is that person.
Alligator candy : a memoir, David Kushner 362.88 KUS
One morning in 1973 David's older brother Jon biked through the forest to the convenience store for candy, and never returned. Decades later, now a grown man with kids of his own, Kushner found himself unsatisfied with his own memories and decided to revisit the episode a different way: through the eyes of a reporter.
Almost interesting : the memoir, David Spade 792.7 SPA
The actor and comedian examines his life and career, including his road-tour to fame when he was regularly mistaken for a ten year-old and his years on SNL during the Rock/Sandler/Farley era of the 1990s.
Asylum, Moriz Scheyer 940.5318 SCH
In 1943, hidden by the Resistance in a French convent, Moriz Scheyer began drafting an account of his wartime experiences: a tense, moving, at times almost miraculous story of flight and persecution in Austria and France. As arts editor of Vienna's principal newspaper before the German annexation of Austria, Scheyer had known the city's great artists, including Stefan Zweig and Gustav Mahler, and was himself an important literary journalist.
Being Chinese : a New Zealander's story, Helene Wong. 305.8951 WON
Helene Wong writes eloquently about her New Zealand childhood, about student life in the 1960s, and coming of age in Muldoon's New Zealand. What her Chinese ancestry means to her gradually illuminates the book as it sheds new light on her own life.
Dead babies and seaside towns, Alice Jolly 618.178 JOL
When Alice Jolly's second child was stillborn and all subsequent attempts to have another baby failed, she began to consider every possible option, no matter how unorthodox. Dead Babies and Seaside Towns is a savagely personal account of the search for an alternative way to create a family.
eYE Marty : my life in words and pictures, Marty Feldman 791.092 FEL
Completed before he died, thirty years ago, this is the newly discovered autobiography of the comedian Marty Feldman.
Fierce attachments, Vivian Gornick 306.8743 GOR
Vivian Gornick's relationship with her mother is difficult. At the age of forty-five, she regularly meets her mother for strolls along the streets of Manhattan. Occasionally they'll hit a pleasant stride, fondly recalling a shared nostalgia or chuckling over a mutual disgust, but most often their walks are tinged with contempt, irritation, and rages so white hot her mother will stop strangers on the street and say, "This is my daughter. She hates me".
Finding Fontainebleau : an American boy in France, Thad Carhart 944.36 CAR
Finding Fontainebleau is for those captivated by the French way of life, for armchair travelers, and for anyone who has ever fallen in love with a place they want to visit over and over again.
Game of crowns : Elizabeth, Camilla, Kate, and the throne, Christopher Andersen 941.085 ELI
Biographer Christopher Andersen takes readers behind palace walls to examine the surprising similarities and stark differences among three remarkable women Queen Elizabeth; Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall; and Princess Kate.
God and Churchill : how the great leader's sense of divine destiny changed his troubled world and offers hope for ours, Jonathan Sandys and Wallace Henley 941.082 CHU
The first biography of Churchill to focus on the Christian motivation behind his style of leadership.
High endeavours : the life and legend of Robin Smith, Jimmy Cruickshank 796.522 SMI
A fitting tribute to one of Britain's most revered mountaineers.
High Street to homestead, Angela Williams 636.1 WIL
From her Grey Lynn apartment to one of New Zealand's most historic homesteads and horse studs, this is an inspirational journey from a corporate life working with Louis Vuitton back to the golden hills of rural Wairarapa.
Hustle, loyalty, respect : the world of John Cena, Steve Pantaleo 796.812 CEN
See John Cena like you've never seen him before! For over a dozen years, John Cena has been the undeniable cornerstone of WWE.
In love with these times : my life with Flying Nun Records, Roger Shepherd 781.66 SHE
The inside story of New Zealand's iconic independent record label by the man who made it happen.
James Dean : tomorrow never comes : a myth-shattering tale about America's obsession with celebrities, Darwin Porter & Danforth Prince 791.43028 DEA
America's most enduring and legendary symbol of young rebellion, James Dean continues into the 21st Century to capture the imagination of the world.
Journey of a thousand storms, Kooshyar Karimi 305.8924 KAR
Dr Kooshyar Karimi, author of Leila's Secret, tells his gripping personal story of surviving prison in Iran and life as a refugee before finding success in Australia.
Last royal rebel : the life and death of James, Duke of Monmouth, Anna Keay 942.067 MON
Anna Keay expertly chronicles Monmouth's life and offers splendid insight into this crucial and dramatic period in English history.
Lost without my daughter, Sayed Mahmoody 955.054 MAH
In 1987, American housewife Betty Mahmoody published Not Without My Daughter, which became a sensation. For twenty years Betty's husband has kept silent. Now, in Lost Without My Daughter, Sayed Mahmoody finally reveals the astonishing truth. As well as being a moving, frank story of a once happy family's collapse, and a father's subsequent search for meaning in his life,
Mary McGrory : the first queen of journalism, John Norris 070.92 MCG
A wildly entertaining biography of the trailblazing Washington columnist and the first woman to win the Pulitzer Prize for commentary.
Once a cop : the street, the law, two worlds, one man, Corey Pegues 363.2 PEG
New Jack City meets Serpico in this provocative memoir of a crack dealer-turned- decorated NYPD officer--a timely reflection on the complex relationship between the police and the communities they are meant to protect.
Otherland : a journey with my daughter, Maria Tumarkin 305.89171 TUM
Maria Tumarkin travels with her Australian-born teenage daughter, Billie, back to Russia and Ukraine to have her experience first-hand the seismic shifts of her family's native country.
Party animals : my family and other communists, David Aaronovitch 324.241 AAR
In July 1961, just before David Aaronovitch's seventh birthday, Yuri Gagarin came to London. The Russian spaceman was everything the Aaronovitch family wished for a popular and handsome embodiment of modern communism, of the forward march of history.
Please enjoy your happiness, Paul Brinkley-Rogers 306.73 BRI
When serving as a seaman aged 19, Brinkley-Rogers met Kaji Yukiko, a sophisticated, highly intellectual Japanese, who was on the run from her vicious gangster boyfriend, a member of Japan's brutal crime syndicate, the yakuza.
Raphael : a passionate life, Antonio Forcellino 759.5 RAP
Craving pleasure as well as knowledge, Raphael Sanzio was quick to realize that his talent would only be truly appreciated in the liberal, carefree and extravagantly sensual atmosphere of Rome during its golden age under Julius II and Leo X. Arriving in the city in 1508 at the age of twenty-five, he was entranced and seduced by life at the papal court and within a few months had emerged as the most brilliant star in its intellectual firmament.
Ruthless : Scientology, my son David Miscavige, and me, Ron Miscavige with Dan Koon 299.93 MIS
The only book to examine the origins of Scientology's current leader, Ruthless tells the revealing story of David Miscavige's childhood and his path to the head seat of the Church of Scientology told through the eyes of his father.
Shanghai grand : forbidden love and international intrigue on the eve of the Second World War, Taras Grescoe 951.132 HAH
Emily 'Mickey' Hahn was a legendary New Yorker journalist whose vivid writing played a crucial role in opening Western eyes to the realities of life in China.
Some girls, Jillian Lauren 306.74 LAU
At eighteen, Jillian Lauren was an NYU theater school dropout with a tip about an upcoming audition. The "casting director" told her that a rich businessman in Singapore would pay pretty American girls $20,000 if they stayed for two weeks to spice up his parties.
The art of exile : a vagabond life, John Freely 910.4 FRE
The story of a remarkable odyssey that has spanned nine decades, several continents and one great
The bone man of Kokoda : the extraordinary story of Kokichi Nishimura and the Kokoda Track, Charles Happell 940.5426 NIS
Kokichi Nishimura was a member of the Japanese Imperial Army, who fought every foot of the Kokoda. He was the only man from his company to survive the Port Morseby campaign. He has spent the past 25 years fulfilling his promise to search for, and return the remains of his fallen comrades.
The convict's daughter : the scandal that shocked a colony, Kiera Lindsey 364.154 GIL
One wet autumn evening in 1848, fifteen-year-old Mary Ann Gill stole out of a bedroom window in her father's Sydney hotel and took a coach to a local racecourse. There she was to elope with James Butler Kinchela, wayward son of the former Attorney-General.
The curse of beauty : the scandalous & tragic life of Audrey Munson, America's first supermodel, James Bone 746.92 MUN
The girl who lived, Susan Berg 305.40994 BER
This is the remarkable story of a teenage girl's fight to find happiness. As the sole survivor of a boating accident that claimed the lives of her parents and brother, Susan's experience of survivor guilt led to sex and drugs, and the unexpected journey of teenage motherhood.
The last goodnight : a World War II story of espionage, adventure, and betrayal, Howard Blum 940.5486 BRO
Time magazine called her "the Mata Hari of Minnesota"; OSS Chief general "Wild Bill" Donovan called her "the greatest unsung heroine of the war." But for decades, the extent of Betty Pack's achievements as an agent during World War II, first for Britain's MI6 and then for America's OSS, remained classified.
The life & times of a Jaguar apprentice, Adrian Bott 338.762 BOT
Adrian Bott reminisces about his times as an apprentice with Jaguar.
The life and times of Mickey Rooney, William Birnes and Richard Lertzman 791.43028 ROO
A definitive biography of the iconic actor and Hollywood legend Mickey Rooney (1920-2014) and his extravagant, sometimes tawdry life, drawing on exclusive interviews with those who knew him best.
The man who returned from the dead, John Myers Myers 978 GLA
Attacked Whilst hunting in the fur-rich, Native American-held territory of the Upper Missouri River, Hugh Glass was attacked and mauled by a grizzly bear. Hic companions left him to die. But Glass didn't die. Inch by inch, he crawled 200 miles toward survival and his revenge.
The Queen, A. N. Wilson 941.085 ELI
A. N. Wilson writes with his signature warmth, intelligence and humour, celebrating the life of the Queen and her role as figurehead of Britain and the Commonwealth, while asking candidly whether we can remain a constitutional monarchy.
The rainbow comes and goes : a mother and son on life, love, and loss, Anderson Cooper and Gloria Vanderbilt 306.8743 COO
A charming, intimate and fascinating collection of correspondence between broadcaster and #1 New York Times bestselling author Anderson Cooper and his mother, the celebrated Gloria Vanderbilt.
To brave every danger : the epic life of highwaywoman Mary Bryant, Judith Cook 364.1552 BRY
Trumbo : a biography of the Oscar-winning screenwriter who broke the Hollywood blacklist, Bruce Cook 818.52 TRU
Dalton Trumbo was the central figure in the "Hollywood Ten," the blacklisted and jailed screenwriters. One of several hundred writers, directors, producers, and actors who were deprived of the opportunity to work in the motion picture industry from 1947 to 1960.
Two decades naked, Leigh Hopkinson 792.7 HOP
When Leigh Hopkinson was a university student in Christchurch she worked at a succession of low-paying jobs that paid the rent and fit in around her degree. None of them fit so well, however, as stripping. She figured it couldn't be that difficult she was just going to dance on stage in front of a bunch of strangers. She'd show them a bit of skin, but the gig wasn't going to last that long. Or so she imagined.

Business & Management

#AskGaryVee : one entrepreneur's take on leadership, social media, & self-awareness, Gary Vaynerchuk 658.8 VAY
100 designs for a modern world 658.57 ONE
Be your best boss : reinvent yourself from employee to entrepreneur, William R. Seagraves 658.022 SEA
Coaching basics, Lisa Hanberg 658.3124 HAN
Coaching is one of the quickest and most effective ways to advance the success of an organization.
Delegating work : match skills with tasks, develop your people, overcome barriers. 658.402 DEL
Ecommerce analytics : analyze and improve the impact of your digital strategy, Judah Phillips 650.028 PHI
Getting everything you can out of all you've got : what to do when times are tough, Jay Abraham 658 ABR
Getting work done : prioritize your work, be more efficient, take control of your time. 650.1 GET
Leading innovation : 5 steps to monetising ideas for business growth, Tracey Walsh 658.4 WAL
Lean thinking : banish waste and create wealth in your corporation, James P. Womack and Daniel T. Jones 658.314 WOM
Managing projects : create your schedule, monitor your budget, meet your goals. 658.404 MAN
Managing up : forge strong ties, set clear expectations, promote your ideas. 650.13 MAN
Never split the difference : negotiating as if your life depended on it, Chris Voss with Tahl Raz 658.405 VOS
New Zealand master bookkeepers guide, Stephen J. Marsden 657.2 MAR
No fears, no excuses : what you need to do to have a great career, Larry Smith 650.1 SMI
Presentations : sharpen your message, persuade your audience, gauge your impact. 658.452 PRE
Procurement and supply chain management, Kenneth Lysons, Brian Farrington 658.72 LYS
Rebirth of the salesman : the world of sales is evolving, are you?, Cian McLoughlin 658.85 MCL
The crowdfunding handbook : raise money for your small business or start-up with equity funding portals, Cliff Ennico 658.152 ENN
The purpose effect : building meaning in youself, your role, and your organization, Dan Pontefract 658.409 PON


Algorithms in a nutshell, George T. Heineman, Gary Pollice & Stanley Selkow 005.1 HEI
Getting started with 3D printing : a hands-on guide to the hardware, software, and services behind the new manufacturing revolution, Liza Wallach Kloski and Nick Kloski 621.98 KLO
Home voice studio : how to turn your PC, Mac, or iPad into a recording studio, Dave Webster 621.3893 WEB
Internet of things with Arduino blueprints : develop interactive Arduino-based Internet projects with Ethernet and Wi-Fi, Pradeeka Seneviratne 621.381 SEN
Painting without paint : landscapes with your tablet, Matthew Palmer 776 PAL
Visual Basic in easy steps, Mike McGrath 005.133 BAS
Web content management : systems, features, and best practices, Deane Barker 004.67 BAR

Crafts & Collecting & Hobbies

Amplified art journal : dynamic techniques for high-impact pages, Kass Hall 745.593 HAL
Barbie : the icon, Massimiliano Capella 688.722 CAP
A must-have for every Barbie aficionado and a trip down memory lane.
Block print : everything you need to know for printing with lino blocks, rubber blocks, foam sheets, and stamps, Andrea Lauren 761 LAU
Collecting children's books : art, memories, values, Noah Fleisher and Lauren Zittle 002 FLE
Collecting New Zealand Codd bottles, Bruce Baldwin 748.82 BAL
Continuous crochet : create seamless sweaters, shrugs, shawls and more with minimal finishing!, Kristin Omdahl 746.434 OMD
Crafted applique : new possibilities, Lara Buccella 746.445 BUC
Crochet geometry : geometric patterns to fit and flatter, Shannon Mullett-Bowlsby 746.434 MUL
Embroidery for the absolute beginner, Susie Johns & Caroline Smith 746.44 JOH
Granny squares & shapes : 20 crochet projects for you and your home, Susan Pinner 746.434 PIN
Highland knits : knitwear inspired by the Outlander series. 746.432 HIG
Knits from the heart of Norway : 30 sweaters, hats, socks, and mittens inspired by the Telemark region, Irene Haugland ; product development, Tove Iversen ; photography, Ragnar Hartvig ; [translator, Carol Huebscher Rhoades] 746.432 HAU
Lines by design quilts : 17 projects featuring the innovative designs of Esch House Quilts, Debbie Grifka ; [illustrations by Sue Friend] 746.46 GRI
Lovely little patchwork : 18 projects to sew through the seasons, Kerri Horsley 746.46 HOR
Macrame jewelry & accessories : 35 gorgeous knotted projects to make and give, Lucy Hopping 746.422 HOP
Make: DIY drone and quadcopter projects : a collection of drone-based essays, tutorials, and projects, From the editors of Make 629.1326 MAK
Making sculpture from scrap metal, Peter Parkinson 731.2 PAR
Modelling goods trains, goods sheds and yards in the steam era, Terry Booker 625.19 BOO
Modern selvage quilting : easy-sew methods, 17 projects small to large, Riel Nason 746.46 NAS
Origami jewelry motifs : fold and wear your own earrings, bracelets, necklaces and more!, Julian Laboy-Rodriguez 736.98 LAB
Piecing the Piece O' Cake way : a visual guide to making patchwork quilts : new! color theory, improv piecing, 10 fresh projects & more, Linda Jenkins and Becky Goldsmith 746.46 GOL
Polymer clay Chinese style : unique home decorating projects that bridge Western crafts and Oriental arts, Han Han 745.57 HAN
Refined knits : sophisticated lace, cable and Aran lace knitting, Jennifer Wood 746.432 WOO
Scrap patchwork : traditionally modern quilts : organize your stash to tell your color story, Sandra Clemons 746.46 CLE
Short row knits : a master workshop with 20 learn-as-you-knit projects, Carol Feller 746.432 FEL
Stashbusters! : featuring the controlled scrappy technique : 9 quilt projects, Sarah Maxwell and Dolores Smith 746.46 MAX
Take a ball of string : 16 beautiful projects for your home, Jemima Schlee 746.4 SCH
The beginner's guide to writing knitting patterns : learn to write patterns others can knit, Kate Atherley 746.432 ATH
The complete photo guide to cardmaking, Judi Watanabe. 745.594 WAT
The cross-stitch garden : over 70 cross-stitch motifs with 20 stunning projects, Kazuko Aoki 746.443 AOK
The flower chef : a modern guide to do-it-yourself floral arrangements, Carly Cylinder ; edited by Amara Holstein 745.92 CYL
The flower workshop : lessons in arranging blooms, branches, fruits, and foraged materials, Ariella Chezar with Julie Michaels ; photography by Erin Kunkel 745.92
Tiny whittling : more than 20 projects to make, Steve Tomashek 736.4 TOM
Vintage style crochet projects, Agnieszka Strycharska 746.434 STR

Crime & Espionage

Every move you make : chilling true stories of stalkers and their victims, Victoria Heywood 364.15 HEY
Gomorrah, Roberto Saviano 364.106 SAV
'Gomorrah' is both a bold and engrossing piece of investigative writing and one heroic young man's impassioned story of a place under the rule of a murderous organisation.
Mad Frank and sons, David Fraser, Patrick Fraser and Beezy Marsh 364.106 FRA
Mad Frank and Sons follows his rise from a small kid stealing to put food on the table to a feared and respected West End crime lord and head of a legendary gangland family.
Murder on the Maungatapu : a narrative history of the Burgess Gang and their greatest crime, Wayne Martin 364.1523 BUR
In the winter of 1866 New Zealand's most notorious bushranger, Richard Burgess, knelt at a small desk in his Nelson prison cell, took up his quill pen and began to write.
Snatched : from drug queen to informer to hostage : a harrowing true story, Bruce Porter 363.45 POR
Raised an aristocrat in Colombia and educated in European schools, Pilar transfixes everyone with her charm and her guile. She also falls for dangerous men and finds herself drawn into the highest levels of the cocaine trade.
The Lee Harvey Oswald files : why the CIA killed Kennedy, Flip de Mey 973.922 KEN
The long shadow of small ghosts : murder and memory in an American city, Laura Tillman 364.1523 TIL
To kill a people : genocide in the twentieth century, John Cox 364.151 COX
True crime addict : how I lost myself in the mysterious disappearance of Maura Murray, James Renner 363.2336 REN


$2.00 a day : living on almost nothing in America, Kathryn J. Edin, H. Luke Shaefer 339.46 EDI
After the storm : the world economy & Britain's economic future, Vince Cable 330.941 CAB
And the weak suffer what they must? : Europe's crisis and America's economic future, Yanis Varoufakis 330.94 VAR
Chronicles : on our troubled times, Thomas Piketty 330.9 PIK
Exposure : from President to whistleblower at Olympus, Michael Woodford 338.768 WOO
Investment property + time = wealth, Adrian Hill 332.6324 HIL
Modern monopolies : what it takes to dominate the 21st century economy, Alex Moazed and Nicholas L. Johnson 338.82 MOA
The FinTech book : the financial technology handbook for investors, entrepreneurs and visionaries, Susanne Chishti, Janos Barberis 332.1 FIN


Most likely to succeed : preparing our kids for the innovation era, Tony Wagner and Ted Dintersmith 371.207 WAG
Rainbows of intelligence : exploring how students learn, Sue Teele 370.152 TEE
The best summer programs for teens, 2016-2017 : America's top classes, camps, and courses for college-bound students, Sandra L. Berger 373.123 BER
The importance of being little : what preschoolers really need from grownups, Erika Christakis 372.21 CHR
A bold challenge to the conventional wisdom about early childhood, with a pragmatic program to encourage parents and teachers to rethink how and where young children learn best by taking the child's eye view of the learning environment.


Practical electronics for inventors, Paul Scherz, Simon Monk 621.381 SCH


Inventive engineering : knowledge and skills for creative engineers, Tomasz Arciszewski 620 ARC
Learning from a disaster : improving nuclear safety and security after Fukushima, Edward D. Blandford and Scott D. Sagan 621.483 LEA


Half-earth : our planet's fight for life, Edward O. Wilson 333.95 WIL
Nature Heritage Fund : celebrating 25 years, Author and project manager Les Molloy 333.95 MOL
The last drop : the politics of water, Mike Gonzalez and Marianella Yanes 363.61 GON
A vital resource for water activists worldwide.
The wood for the trees : the long view of nature from a small wood, Richard Fortey 333.75 FOR
Tipping point for Planet Earth : how close are we to the edge?, Anthony D. Barnosky and Elizabeth A. Hadly 304.2 BAR


Esquire's the new rules for men, Joe Keohane 395.1 ESQ


A year in the life of the Yorkshire shepherdess, Amanda Owen 636.301 OWE
Banana : a global history 634 .77 PIA
For over a century, the banana has been the world's favourite fruit. Quick and easy to eat, tasty and versatile, the banana is a staple of many diets around the globe. Its history, however, is more than simply a succession of happy family scenes and appealing exotic locations. The growth and development of the fruit we know and love today is entangled with colonial practices, capitalist enterprise, sexual politics and even horrific murders.Banana: A Global History takes us from the agricultural beginnings of the banana in New Guinea to its almost ubiquitous presence in culinary repertoires around the globe, from the United States to the Caribbean, from regions of Africa to the heart of Southeast Asia. The book gives us an insight into the life of the banana over millennia, focusing on our recent history and its cultural affair with the fruit. The global life of the banana is traced in cultural practices, advertising, commercial schemes and the unmissable icons of popular culture, from nineteenth-century medical manuals to cookbooks, songs, the famous 'banana peel gag' and the well-known Miss Chiquita icon.
Central Station : true stories from Australian cattle stations, Central Station Blog ; edited by Jane Sale & Stephanie Coombes 307.72 CEN
Miraculous abundance : one quarter acre, two French farmers, and enough food to feed the world, Perrine and Charles Herve-Gruyer 631.58 HER
The color of food : stories of race, resilience and farming, Natasha Bowens 338.1 BOW
The Color of Food teaches us that the food and farm movement is about more than buying local and protecting our soil.


Chanel catwalk : the complete Karl Lagerfeld collections, Introduction by Patrick Mauries 746.92 LAG
DIY temporary tattoos : draw it, print it, ink it, Pepper Baldwin 391.65 BAL
For the love of style, Corinna Williams & Nina Zywietz 391 FOR
In the name of Gucci : a memoir, Patricia Gucci with Wendy Holden 746.92 GUC
The gripping family drama and never-before-told love story surrounding the rise and fall of the late Aldo Gucci, the man who is responsible for making the Italian fashion label the powerhouse it is today, told by his daughter.
Kimono : the art and evolution of Japanese fashion : the Khalili collections, Anna Jackson with additional texts by Nagasaki Iwao 391 KIM
Man made : the art of male grooming, Dan Jones ; illustrated by Libby Vanderploeg 646.7 JON
Missoni : art, colour, Luciano Caramel, Luca Missoni, Emma Zanella 746.92 MIS
Published on the occasion of the Missoni, Art, and Colour exhibition, this visually rich catalogue surveys the history and inspiration behind one of the most iconic fashion houses of all time.
Natural hair coloring : how to use henna and other pure herbal pigments for chemical-free beauty, Christine Shahin 646.724 SHA
Otherworldly 391 OTH
Other rules apply to the fashion of the future. New technologies and materials make things possible today that couldn't have even been imagined in the past.
Pattern magic. 3, Tomoko Nakamichi 646.407 NAK
Thorough step-by-step instructions and diagrams will ensure that your own patterns translate beautifully to your choice of garment, while photographs of the finished garments will inspire you to create your own designs.
The House of Worth : portrait of an archive, Amy de la Haye & Valerie D. Mendes 746.92 HOU

Film, Television & Theatre

1001 TV series you must watch before you die, Editor, Paul Condon 791.457 ONE
Coney Island : visions of an American dreamland, 1861-2008, Robin Jaffee Frank 791.068 FRA
Called "America's playground," Coney Island is a world-famous resort and national cultural symbol that has inspired music, literature, and films.
Conversations with classic film stars : interviews from Hollywood's golden era, James Bawden and Ron Miller 791.43028 CON
What the eye hears : a history of tap dancing, Brian Seibert 792.7 SEI

Food & Wine

100 desserts to die for : quick, easy, delicious recipes for the ultimate classics, Trish Deseine 641.86 DES
Annabel Karmel's busy mum's cookbook : 100 simple, delicious family recipes. 641.5 KAR
Bowl : vegetarian recipes for ramen, pho, bibimbap, dumplings, and other one-dish meals, Lukas Volger ; photography by Michael Harlan Turkell 641.5636
Buttercream one-tier wonders, Valeri Valeriano & Christina Ong 641.8653 VAL
Crazy water, pickled lemons : enchanting dishes from the Middle East, Mediterranean and North Africa, Diana Henry ; photographs by Jason Lowe 641.59 HEN
Creative chef : how to create a mind-blowing food experience, Jasper Udink ten Cate 641.5 UDI
Fix-it and forget-it baking with your slow cooker : 150 slow cooker recipes for breads, pizza, cakes, tarts, crisps, bars, pies, cupcakes, and more!, Phyllis Good 641.588
Gordon Ramsay's home cooking : everything you need to know to make fabulous food. 641.5 RAM
Honestly healthy in a hurry : the busy food-lover's cookbook, Natasha Corrett ; photography by Lisa Linder 641.563 COR
Infusing flavors : intense infusions for food and drink : recipes for oils, vinegars, sauces, bitters, waters & more, Erin Coopey 641.6383 COO
Livia's kitchen : naturally sweet and indulgent ireats, Olivia Wollenberg 641.563 WOL
Low carb : recipes to help you reduce the carbohydrates in your diet. 641.5638 LOW
Low FODMAP menus for irritable bowel syndrome, Suzanne Perazzini 641.5631 PER
Maangchi's real Korean cooking : authentic dishes for the home cook, Maangchi with Lauren Chattman 641.59519 MAA
Meals for me : one core ingredient, two delicious meals, Sam Stern ; photography by Lisa Linder 641.561 STE
Naturally sweet food in jars : 100 preserves made with coconut, maple, honey, and more, Marisa McClellan ; photography by Steve Legato 641.4 MCC
Savage salads : fierce flavours filling power-ups, Davide Del Gatto and Kristina Gustafsson 641.83 DEL
Simply modern wedding cakes, Lindy Smith 641.8653 SMI
Super food for superchildren, Tim Noakes, Jonno Proudfoot, Bridget Surtees 641.5622 NOA
Tasting Rome : fresh flavors & forgotten recipes from an ancient city, Katie Parla and Kristina Gill 641.5945 PAR
The cardamom trail : Chetna bakes with flavours of the East, Chetna Makan 641.5954 MAK
The insulin resistance diet plan & cookbook : losing weight, manage PCOS, and prevent prediabetes, Tara Spencer 641.5631 SPE
The insulin resistance solution : reverse pre-diabetes, repair your metabolism, shed belly fat, prevent diabetes, Rob Thompson with more the 75 recipes by Dana Carpender 641.5631 THO
The lean machines : eat well, move better & feel awesome, John Chapman and Leon Bustin 641.5635 CHA
The living well with cancer cookbook : an essential guide to nutrition, lifestyle and health, Fran Warde & Catherine Zabilowicz 641.5631 WAR
The new milks : 100-plus dairy-free recipes for making and cooking with soy, nut, seed, grain & coconut milks, Dina Cheney ; photography by Sabra Krock 641.302
The Nordic cookbook, Magnus Nilsson 641.5948 NIL

Gardens and Gardening

A natural history of the hedgerow : and ditches, dykes and dry stone walls, John Wright 635.976 WRI
Landscape and garden design sketchbooks, Tim Richardson 712 RIC
Plants, beds and borders : create and maintain your perfect garden, Katie Rushworth ; photography by Paul Debois 635 RUS
The plant lover's guide to clematis, Linda Beutler 635.93 CLE


Genealogy : essential research methods, Helen Osborn 929.1 OSB
Researching adoption : an essential guide to tracing birth relatives and ancestors, Karen Bali 929.1 BAL

Health & Medicine

Andy Warhol was a hoarder : inside the minds of history's great personalities, Claudia Kalb 616.89 KAL
Breathe : simple breathing techniques for a calmer, happier life, Jean Hall 613.19 HAL
Concussion, Jeanne Marie Laskas 617.51 OMA
Cure : a journey into the science of mind over body, Jo Marchant 615.851 MAR
Gentle energy touch : the beginner's guide to hands-on healing, Barbara E. Savin 615.852 SAV
Gluten exposed : the science behind the hype and how to navigate to a healthy, symptom-free life, Peter H. R. Green and Rory Jones 616.399 GRE
Hand reflexology for practitioners : reflex areas, conditions and treatments, Nicola Hall ; foreword by Matthew Williams 615.822 HAL
How the body works. 612 HOW
It's twins! Now what? : tips, advice and real-life experience to help you from pregnancy through to your babies' first year, Jessica Bomford 618.25 BOM
Kick the drink easily!, Jason Vale 613.81 VAL
My health technology for seniors, Lonzell Watson 613.0438 WAT
Ordinarily well : the case for antidepressants, Peter D. Kramer 615.78 KRA
Pelvic pain explained : what everyone needs to know, Stephanie A. Prendergast and Elizabeth H. Rummer 617.55 PRE
Reading and writing cancer : how words heal, Susan Gubar 616.994 GUB
Rethinking narcissism : the bad and surprising good about feeling special, Dr. Craig Malkin 616.8585 MAL
Slow jogging : lose weight, stay healthy, and have fun with science-based, natural running, Hiroaki Tanaka and Magdalena Jackowska 613.717 TAN
Straight talk about psychiatric medications for kids, Timothy E. Wilens, Paul G. Hammerness 615.78 WIL
The ADHD advantage : what you thought was a diagnosis may be your greatest strength, Dale Archer, MD 618.9285 ARC
The age fix : how to really look 10 years younger, Anthony Youn with Eve Adamson 612.67 YOU
The bloat cure : 101 natural solutions for real and lasting relief, Robynne Chutkan 616.33 CHU
The brain bible : how to stay vital, productive, and happy for a lifetime, John Arden 612.82 ARD
The China study solution : the simple way to lose weight and reverse illness, using a whole-food, plant-based diet, Thomas Campbell 613.2 CAM
The dementia caregiver : a guide to caring for someone with Alzheimer's disease and other neurocognitive disorders, Marc E. Agronin 616.83 AGR
The end of heart disease : the eat to live plan to prevent and reverse heart disease, Joel Fuhrman 616.12 FUH
The end of sex and the future of human reproduction, Henry T. Greely 618.3 GRE
The family naturopathic encyclopedia : your comprehensive, user-friendly guide to naturally treating medical conditions for the whole family, Linda Woolven & Ted Snider 615.535 WOO
The herbal apothecary : 100 medicinal herbs and how to use them, JJ Pursell with photos by Shawn Linehan 615.321 PUR
The homebirth handbook : how to have your baby calmly and safely at home, Annie Francis 618.2 FRA
The menopause solution, Stephanie S. Faubion 618.175 MEN
The Sjogren's syndrome survival guide, Teri P. Rumpf, Katherine Morland Hammitt 616.978 RUM
The touch remedy : hands-on solutions to de-stress your life, Michelle Ebbin 615.822 KLU
Think and eat yourself smart : a neuroscientific approach to a sharper mind and healthier life, Caroline Leaf 613 LEA
Whole detox : a 21-day personalized program to break through barriers in every area of your life, Deanna Minich 613.2 MIN
Why can't I stop? : reclaiming your life from a behavioral addiction, Jon E. Grant, Brian L. Odlaug and Samuel R. Chamberlain 616.8584 GRA

History, Geography & Travel

50 beaches to blow your mind, Ben Handicott and Kalya Ryan 910.914 HAN
50 museums to blow your mind, Ben Handicott and Kalya Ryan 069 HAN
Bolivia, This edition written and researched by Michael Grosberg, Brian Kluepfel, Paul Smith 984 GRO
A Lonely Planet guidebook
Brazil, Tthis edition written and researched by Regis St. Louis 981 ST
A Lonely Planet guidebook.
Bright lights Paris, Angie Niles 944.36 NIL
City squares : eighteen writers on the spirit and significance of squares around the world, Catie Marron 307.34 MAR
Corsica. 944.945 COR
A DK Eyewitness Travel Guide
For the love of Provence, Rachael Hale McKenna 944.9 MCK
Full moon over Noah's Ark : an odyssey to Mount Ararat and beyond, Rick Antonson 956.1 ANT
Georgia, Armenia & Azerbaijan, This edition written and researched by Alex Jones 947.5 JON
A Lonely Planet guidebook.
Goldfield entrepreneurs : the Norwegian party of Waitahuna Gully, Otago, Ross Barnett ; with assistance from John Reed 622.342 BAR
Heart of Europe : a history of the Holy Roman Empire, Peter H. Wilson 943.02 WIL
Heyday : Britain and the birth of the modern world, Ben Wilson 909.81 WIL
Heyday brings to life one of the most extraordinary periods in modern history. Over the course of the 1850s, the world was reshaped by technology, trade, mass migration and war.
Holocaust landscapes, Tim Cole 940.5318 COL
Independence or union : Scotland's past and Scotland's present, T. M. Devine 941.1 DEV
India's war : the making of modern South Asia, 1939-1945, Srinath Raghavan 940.5354 RAG
Istanbul. 956.1 IST
A DK Eyewitness Travel Guide.
Jungle of stone : the true story of two men, their extraordinary journey, and the discovery of the lost civilization of the Maya, William Carlsen 972.81 CAR
Madagascar, This edition written and researched by Emilie Filou, Anthony Ham, Helen Ranger 969.1 FIL
A Lonely Planet guide book.
Madrid, Adam Hopkins, Mark Little and Edward Owen 946.41 HOP
A DK Eyewitness Travel Guide.
My holiday in North Korea : the funniest/worst place on Earth, Wendy E. Simmons 951.93 SIM
Neither nowt nor summat : in search of the meaning of Yorkshire, Ian McMillan 942.81 MCM
Paris '44 : the city of light redeemed, William Mortimer-Moore 940.5344 MOO
Paris precincts : a curated guide to the city's best shops, eateries, bars and other hangouts, Donna Wheeler 944.36 WHE
Pharaoh : king of ancient Egypt, Marie Vandenbeusch, Aude Semat, Margaret Maitland 709.32 VAN
Playing the game : life and politics in Papua New Guinea, Julius Chan 995.3 CHA
Primordial landscapes : Iceland revealed, Feodor Pitcairn with Ari Trausti Gumundsson 949.12 PIT
Rio de Janeiro, Tthis edition written and researched by Regis St. Louis 981.53 ST
A Lonely Planet guidebook.
Set adrift upon the world : the Sutherland Clearances, James Hunter 333.31 HUN
They would be better dead, they said, than set adrift upon the world. But set adrift they were thousands of them, their communities destroyed, their homes demolished and burned. Such were the Sutherland Clearances, an extraordinary episode, involving the deliberate depopulation of much of a Scottish county.
Shetland, Ann Cleeves 941.135 CLE
Ann Cleeves' bestselling series of crime novels, featuring Detective Jimmy Perez, and now also adapted for a major BBC television series, draw their inspiration from the place in which they take place: Shetland.
Skippers : triumph & tragedy, Danny Knudson ; Lakes District Museum and Queenstown and District Historical Society 993.95 KNU
Tales of tough characters and tougher environment.
Slovenia, This edition written and researched by Carolyn Bain and Steve Fallon 949.73 BAI
A Lonely Planet guidebook
So great a prince : England and the accession of Henry VIII, Lauren Johnson 941.05 JOH
Southwest USA & national parks. 979 SOU
A DK Eyewitness Travel Guide.
Stockholm, Kaj Sandell 948.7 SAN
A DK Eyewitness Travel Guide.
Street of eternal happiness : big city dreams along a Shanghai road, Rob Schmitz 951.132 SCH
Sydney precincts : a curated guide to the city's best shops, eateries, bars and other hangouts, Chris Carroll 994.41 CAR
The bitter taste of victory : in the ruins of the Reich, Lara Feigel 940.55 FEI
The Greeks : an illustrated history, Diane Harris Cline 938 CLI
The illustrated encyclopedia of American landmarks : 150 of the most significant and noteworthy historic, cultural and architectural sites in America, shown in more than 500 photographs, Thomas W. Paradis 973 PAR
The last days of Stalin, Joshua Rubenstein 947.0842 STA
Joshua Rubenstein's riveting account takes us back to the second half of 1952 when no one could foresee an end to Joseph Stalin's murderous regime.
The Taliban shuffle : strange days in Afghanistan and Pakistan, Kim Barker 958.1 BAR
A wisecracking foreign correspondent recounts her experiences in Afghanistan and Pakistan while sharing cautionary observations about the region in its first post-Taliban years and the responsibilities of the U.S. and NATO.
This orient isle : Elizabethan England and the Islamic world, Jerry Brotton 303.482 BRO
This road I ride : sometimes it takes losing everything to find yourself, Juliana Buhring 796.64 BUH
One woman's solo journey around the world by bicycle.
Three strands of an unravelling rope, Wayne Greig 910.45 BLI
A small taste of the history surrounding the mutiny on the Bounty.
Ticket to ride : around the world on 49 unusual train journeys, Tom Chesshyre 910.4 CHE
To hell and back : Europe, 1914-1949, Ian Kershaw 940 KER
The Penguin History of Europe series reaches the twentieth century with Ian Kershaw's long-anticipated analysis of the pivotal years of World War I and World War II.
Voyager : travel writings, Russell Banks 910.4 BAN
What the British did : two centuries in the Middle East, Peter Mangold 956 MAN
Wish lanterns : young lives in new China, Alec Ash 951.06 ASH
World's best cities : celebrating 220 great destinations 307.76 WOR

Hospitality & Tourism

Double cup love : on the trail of family, food, and broken hearts in China, Eddie Huang 647.95 HUA

House & Garden

150 best cottage and cabin ideas, Francesc Zamora Mola 728.7 ZAM
Botanical style, Selina Lake ; photography by Rachel Whiting 747.98 LAK
Stylist Selina Lake shows how to tap into the current trend for bringing nature, plants, and florals into the heart of the home.
Contemporary interiors : a source of design ideas, Philip Jodidio 720 JOD
French cottage, From the publishers of The cottage journal magazine 747.88 FRE
How to decorate, Joa Studholme & Charlotte Cosby 747.94 STU
Infinite space : contemporary residential architecture and interiors, photographed by James Silverman 728 SIL
ObjektInternational : highlights of international luxury, Hans Fonk, Izabel Fonk 747 FON
The tailored interior, Greg Natale 747 NAT
Would you like to see the house? : unapologetic interiors filled with color, verve, oh and there's a door on the ceiling!, Lorraine Kirke ; photography by Patti Stoecker


The World on Sunday : graphic art in Joseph Pulitzer's newspaper (1898-1911), Nicholson Baker and Margaret Brentano 071 BAK


Australian legal system, Michael Meek 349.94 MEE
Consumer law made easy, Dennis Murray 343.071 MUR
NZ law.
New Zealand employment law guide, Richard Rudman 344.012 RUD
Owning it : a creative's guide to copyright, contracts and the law, Sharon Givoni 346.048 GIV
The clash of law & justice in New Zealand, Harry C. Midgley II 340.092 MID
What's wrong with the United Nations and how to fix it, Thomas G. Weiss 341.23 WEI

Library Science

Ecology, economy, equity : the path to a carbon-neutral library, Mandy Henk 027 HEN
New routes to library success : 100+ ideas from outside the stacks, Elisabeth Doucett 025.1 DOU
The Librarian's nitty-gritty guide to content marketing, Laura Solomon 021.7 SOL


A dance with Jane Austen : how a novelist and her characters went to the ball, Susannah Fullerton 394.3 FUL
Beowulf : a translation and commentary, together with Sellic spell, J.R.R. Tolkien ; edited by Christopher Tolkien 829 BEO
Euro noir : the pocket essential guide to European crime fiction, film & TV, Barry Forshaw 809.3872 FOR
Everywhere I look, Helen Garner 828.914 GAR
Everywhere I Look is a book full of unexpected moments, sudden shafts of light, piercing intuition, flashes of anger and incidental humour.
Shrill : notes from a loud woman, Lindy West 818.6 WES
Presents a series of essays by the American writer and comedian, dealing with issues of body image, popular culture, feminism, and social justice.
Still life with teapot : on zen, writing and creativity, Brigid Lowry 808.02 LOW
The 100 best romance novels : from Pride and prejudice to Twilight, books to fall in love and lust with, Jennifer Lawler and the editors of Crimson Romance 809.385
The compleat Ankh-Morpork, Terry Pratchett aided and abetted by The Discworld Emporium 823.914 PRA
The Iliad, Homer ; a new translation by Caroline Alexander 883.1 HOM
We need silence to find out what we think : selected essays, Shirley Hazzard 824.914 HAZ
Spanning the 1960s to the 2000s, these nonfiction writings showcase Shirley Hazzard's extensive thinking on global politics, international relations, the history and fraught present of Western literary culture, and postwar life in Europe and Asia.


Convair advanced designs. II, Secret fighters, attack aircraft and unique concepts 1929-1973, Robert E. Bradley 623.746 CON
Guns of the Third Reich : the small arms of Hitler's armed forces, 1933-1945, John Walter 355.82 WAL

Natural Science

Foxes unearthed : a story of love and loathing in modern Britain, Lucy Jones 599.77 JON
One wild bird at a time : portraits of individual lives, Bernd Heinrich 598.0973 HEI
What a fish knows : the inner lives of our underwater cousins, Jonathan Balcombe 597 BAL


Developing play for the under 3s : the treasure basket and heuristic play, Anita M. Hughes 155.4 HUG
Made to hear : Cochlear implants and raising deaf children, Laura Mauldin 649.15 MAU
Raising boys : why boys are different and how to help them become happy and well-balanced men, Steve Biddulph ; illustrations by Paul Stanish 649.132
The first six weeks : the tried-and-tested guide that shows you how to have a happy, healthy, sleeping baby, Midwife Cath ; foreword by Dr Len Kliman 649.122
The game theorist's guide to parenting : how the science of strategic thinking can help you deal with the toughest negotiators you know your kids, Paul Raeburn and Kevin Zollman 649.1 RAE
The informed parent : a science-based resource for your child's first four years, Tara Haelle and Emily Willingham 649.1 HAE
The pediatrician's guide to feeding babies & toddlers : practical answers to your questions on nutrition, starting solids, allergies, picky eating, and more, Anthony F. Porto, Dina M. Dimaggio 649.3 POR


Rebuilding a nation : ten years of the Solomon Islands - RAMSI partnership, Editor: Mary Louise O'Callaghan ; reporter: Johnson Honimae 995.93 REB

Pets & Animals

101 Kruger tales : extraordinary stories from ordinary visitors to the Kruger National Park, compiled & edited by Jeff Gordon 639.9 ONE
Elephant dawn : the inspirational story of thirteen years living with elephants in the African wilderness, Sharon Pincott 333.72 PIN
Esther the wonder pig : changing the world one heart at a time, Steve Jenkins and Derek Walter with Caprice Crane 636.4 JEN
Friend for life : the extraordinary partnership between humans and dogs, Kate Humble 636.7 HUM
Sheep, Philip Armstrong 636.3 ARM
The art of falconry, Patrick Morel 799.23 MOR
Working dog heroes, Steve Austin with Hazel Flynn 636.7 AUS

Philosophy and psychology

From monkey to moth : an imaginal evolution, Hugh Major 116 MAJ
Ugliness : a cultural history, Gretchen E. Henderson 111 HEN
Ultimate questions, Bryan Magee 128 MAG
You are the placebo : making your mind matter, Dr Joe Dispenza 128.2 DIS


E.O. Hoppe : the German work, 1925-1938, Essay by Phillip Prodger 779 HOP
Morbid Anatomy presents The anatomical Venus, Joanna Ebenstein 779 EBE
Outsiders : American photography and film 1950s-1980s, Sophie Hackett and Jim Shedden 779 OUT
Significant images of railroading : from the collections of the Center for Railroad Photography & Art, Scott Lothes, editor, Jack Holzhueter 385 SIG
Time lapse photography, long exposure & other tricks of time : from snapshots to great shots, John Carucci 778.3 CAR


Shakespeare's gardens, Jackie Bennett ; photographs by Andrew Lawson 822.33 BEN


Maukatere : floating mountain, Bernadette Hall ; with drawings by Rachel O'Neill 821.914 HAL
NZ poetry.
My grandmother's glass eye : a look at poetry, Craig Raine 808.1 RAI
Painting 'the little boat' and poems, Anne Ho 821.92 HO
NZ poetry.
Poroporoaki to the Lord my God: weaving the Via Dolorosa : ekphrasis in response to Walk (Series C) by Colin McCahon, Anahera Gildea. 821.92 GIL
NZ poetry.
Somewhere in August : selected poems 1969-2016, Leonard Lambert 821.914 LAM
The crafty poet : a portable workshop, Diane Lockward 808.1 LOC
A poetry tutorial to inform and inspire poets. Includes discussion of sample poems, writing tips, and interviews with poets.
The voices of pain and the voice of hope, Alexis Waterhouse 821.92 WAT
Poems and art work depicting emotional pain with therapeutic images.

Politics & Government

A world of regions : Asia and Europe in the American imperium, Peter J. Katzenstein 327.73 KAT
Dark money : the hidden history of the billionaires behind the rise of the radical right, Jane Mayer 320.52 MAY
Nation on the take : how big money corrupts our democracy and what we can do about it, Wendell Potter and Nick Penniman 332.0973 POT
American democracy has become coin operated. Special interest groups increasingly control every level of government. The necessity of raising huge sums of campaign cash has completely changed the character of politics and policy making, determining what elected representatives stand for and how they spend their time.
Slippery slope : Europe's troubled future, Giles Merritt 341.242 MER
The new rulers of the world, John Pilger 327.1 PIL
A classic on the secrets and illusions of modern imperialism, from the acclaimed film maker and journalist.
Who rules the world?, Noam Chomsky 327.73 CHO


Te ara : Maori pathways of leadership = Der Weg der Maori, Krzysztof Pfeiffer and Paul Tapsell 305.8994 PFE
The first migration : Maori origins 3000BC - AD1450, Atholl Anderson 993.01 AND


#singlebutdating : 10 steps to a more dateable you, Nikki Goldstein 306.81 GOL

Religion & Ethics

Apostle ; or, bones that shine like fire : travels among the tombs of the twelve, Tom Bissell 225.92 BIS
Archangels 101 : how to connect closely with archangels Michael, Raphael, Gabriel, Uriel and others for healing, protection, and guidance, Doreen Virtue 291.21
Mythology, Edith Hamilton 292.13 HAM
A retelling of Greek, Roman and Norse myths.
On Augustine, Rowan Williams 270.2 AUG
On their own terms : animal liberation for the 21st century, Lee Hall 179.3 HAL
The magical year : seasonal celebrations to honour nature's ever-turning wheel, Danu Forest; illustrations, Dan Goodfellow 299 FOR
The Celtic seasonal wheel is based on eight festivals Winter Solstice, Imbolc, Spring Equinox, Beltane, Summer Solstice, Lughnasadh, Autumn Equinox and Samhain.
The pilgrim journey : a history of pilgrimage in the Western world, James Harpur 263 HAR


30-second Newton : the 50 key aspects of his works, life and legacy, each explained in half a minute, Editor, Brian Clegg; illustrations, Ivan Hissey 509.2 NEW
30-second physics : the 50 most fundamental concepts in physics, each explained in half a minute 530 THI
Earth-shattering events : earthquakes, nations, and civilization, Andrew Robinson 551.22 ROB
Highlands : Scotland's wild heart, Stephen Moss ; photographs by Laurie Campbell 508.4115 MOS
Instant weather forecasting, Alan Watts 551.63 WAT
Isotopes : a very short introduction, Rob Ellam 541.38 ELL
Meadows at Great Dixter and beyond, Christopher Lloyd 577.4 LLO
'To see a meadow in bloom is a great delight - it's alive and teeming with life, mysterious, dynamic ...' So Christopher Lloyd began his much-admired instructive and celebratory account of meadows, first published in 2004.
The big picture : on the origins of life, meaning, and the universe itself, Sean Carroll 576.83 CAR
The call of the primes : surprising patterns, peculiar puzzles, and other marvels of mathematics, Owen O'Shea 510 OSH
The gene : an intimate history, Siddhartha Mukherjee 616.042 MUK
The running hare : the secret life of farmland, John Lewis-Stempel 577.4 LEW
The Running Hare tells the story of the wild animals and plants that live in and under our ploughland, from the labouring microbes to the patrolling kestrel above the corn, from the linnet pecking at seeds to the seven-spot ladybird that eats the aphids that eat the crop.
Thunder & lightning : weather past, present and future, Lauren Redniss 551.5 RED
What should a clever moose eat? : natural history, ecology, and the north woods, John Pastor 508.7 PAS

Self Development

Free your mind : a meditation guide to freedom & happiness, Ajay Kapoor 158.12 KAP
Man (dis)connected : how the digital age is changing young men forever, Philip Zimbardo and Nikita D. Coulombe 155.53 ZIM
Quiet power : growing up as an introvert in a world that can't stop talking, Susan Cain with Gregory Mone and Erica Moroz ; illustrated by Grant Snider 155.23
Soft-wired : how the new science of brain plasticity can change your life, Dr. Michael Merzenich 153 MER
This is happening : redesigning mindfulness for our very modern lives, Rohan Gunatillake 158.1 GUN

Social Issues

Bombshell : women and terrorism, Mia Bloom 363.32 BLO
Describes how and why women become terrorists and suicide bombers and looks at a variety of terrorist groups and activities around the world.
Doing real research : a practical guide to social research, Eric Allen Jensen, Charles Laurie 300.72 JEN
Evicted : poverty and profit in the American city, Matthew Desmond 305.569 DES
Going places : migration, economics and the future of New Zealand, Julie Fry, Hayden Glass 304.893 FRY
Homintern : how gay culture liberated the modern world, Gregory Woods 306.766 WOO
How did we get into this mess? : politics, equality, nature, George Monbiot 301 MON
In gratitude, Jenny Diski 362.196994 DIS
From a wholly original thinker comes a book like no other: a cerebral, witty, dazzlingly candid masterpiece about an uneasy relationship; about memory and writing, ingratitude and anger; about living with illness and facing death.
Incident management in Australasia : lessons learnt from emergency responses, Eitors, Stuart Ellis and Kent MacCarter 363.348 INC
Old age : a beginner's guide, Michael Kinsley 814.54 KIN
Is life about acquiring things or changing the world? Is the only thing that counts after you're gone the reputation you leave behind? Kinsley uses his own battle with Parkinson's disease to confront these and other questions about aging.
Residential care subsidies handbook, Vicki Ammundsen 362.61 AMM
Respectable : the experience of class, Lynsey Hanley 305.5 HAN
Silencing science, Shaun Hendy 306.45 HEN
The nuclear meltdown at Fukushima ... the Fonterra botulism scare ... the Christchurch earthquakes - in all these recent crises the role played by scientists has been under the spotlight. What is the first duty of scientists in a crisis - to the government, to their employer, or to the wider public desperate for information?
Standing together : the Salvation Army's response to the Canterbury earthquakes, Robin Raymond 363.349 RAY
Superdiversity stocktake : implications for business, government and New Zealand, Mai Chen, Chair, Superdiversity Centre for Law, Policy and Business 305.8
The easy way for women to stop drinking, Allen Carr 362.292 CAR
Allen Carr's Easyway is the most effective stop-smoking method of all time and it has now been successfully applied to a wide range of other issues. Here the method focuses on one of the fastest-growing problems of modern times: women's drinking. Alcohol blights women's lives often in a different way to men's: women tend to stay at home drinking alcohol; women often feel particular shame over drinking too much; drinking around children can be a particular burden; in summary there are a lot of added pressures on women to stop drinking and often they feel this is an impossible task. Luckily, Allen Carr's Easyway makes it easy to stop drinking. It's the tried-and-tested cessation method that really works. With startling insight into why women drink and clear, simple, step-by-step instructions, Allen Carr shows you the way to escape from the alcohol trap in the time it takes to read this book. A unique method that does not require will power. Stop easily, immediately, painlessly and permanently. This book removes the psychological need to drink. Regain control of your life."
The gay revolution : the story of the struggle, Lillian Faderman 306.766 FAD
The long weekend : life in the English country house between the wars, Adrian Tinniswood 305.52 TIN
The violet hour : great writers at the end, Katie Roiphe 306.9 ROI
The way of the gun : a bloody journey into the world of firearms, Iain Overton 363.33 OVE

Sport & Recreation

Bowling : steps to success, Doug Wiedman 794.6 WIE
Chess for life, Matthew Sadler and Natasha Regan 794.1 SAD
Continental divide : a history of American mountaineering, Maurice Isserman 796.522 ISS
Fantastic forts, Jo Schofield, Fiona Danks 796.5 SCH
Federer and me : a story of obsession, William Skidelsky 796.342 SKI
The influential sportswriter traces the career of Roger Federer and his own story against a history of professional tennis, exploring such topics as the psychology of fandom and the techniques that shaped Federer's victories and rivalries.
Game shooting : an illustrated history, David S D Jones 799.21 JON
How to big wall climb, Chris McNamara 796.5223 MCN
Kangchenjunga diary, Madabhushi Madan Gopal 796.522 GOP
Details of the author's journey to Nepal with his group he fondly refers to as 'the dirty dozen'.
Love game : a history of tennis, from Victorian pastime to global phenomenon, Elizabeth Wilson 796.342 WIL
Short mat bowling, Roy Wiggins 794.6 WIG
The essence of karate, Gichin Funakoshi 796.8153 FUN
The legend of Zelda : Hyrule historia 793.93 LEG
Gives historical information on The Legend of Zelda franchise, including the history of Hyrule and the official chronology of the games.
Understanding rook endgames, Karsten Muller and Yakov Konoval 794.124 MUL
Yosemite big walls, Chris McNamara, Chris van Leuven 796.5223 MCM

Trains, Boats, Planes

Blue Star Line : fleet list & history, Ian Collard 387.54 COL
Brilliant beacons : a history of the American lighthouse, Eric Jay Dolin 387.1 DOL
Flying scotsman : LNER Class A1/A3 Pacific No. 4472, 1923 onwards : owners' workshop manual, Phil Atkins 625.26 ATK
Steam, soot & rust : the last years of British Steam, Colin Garratt 625.26 GAR


Door to door : the magnificent, maddening, mysterious world of transportation, Edward Humes 388 HUM
London Transport's last buses Leyland Olympians L1-263, Matthew Wharmby 629.2223 WHA
The total bike maintenance book : DIY repairs made easy, Mel Allwood 629.28772 ALL
Zinn & the art of road bike maintenance : the world's best-selling bicycle repair and maintenance guide, Lennard Zinn ; illustrated by Todd Telander and Mike Reisel 629.28772 ZIN


A handful of hard men : the SAS and the battle for Rhodesia, Hannes Wessels 968.91 WES
Air power : a global history, Jeremy Black 358.4 BLA
Betrayal at Little Gibraltar : a German fortress, a treacherous American general, and the battle to end World War I, William Walker 940.43 WAL
Escape from the Japanese : the amazing story of a POW's journey from Hong Kong to Freedom, Ralph Burton Goodwin 940.5472 GOO
Kitchener's mob : the new army to the Somme, Peter Doyle and Chris Foster 940.41 DOY
Lawrence of Arabia's war : the Arabs, the British and the remaking of the Middle East in WWI, Neil Faulkner 940.41 FAU
Nanjing 1937 : battle for a doomed city, Peter Harmsen 951.136 HAR
Red Platoon : a true story of American valor, Clinton Romesha 958.1 ROM
An account of the horrendous October 2009 attack on the American Combat Outpost Keating in Afghanistan.
Reporting the Second World War : the battle for truth, Brian Best 070.449 BES
Strafer : desert general : the life and killing of Lieutenant General WHE Gott CB, CBE, DSO, MC, NS Nash 355.33 GOT
Surgeon at war 1935-45 : the Second World War seen from the operating tables behind the front line, Stanley Aylett 940.5475 AYL
Too young to vote but old enough to kill, DF Ryschka 959.7043 RYS
A must to read, if you want the feeling of a simple private soldier, living his own private
Voices of World War Two : memories of the last survivors, Sue Elliott, Steve Humphries 941.082 ELL
War Blacks : the extraordinary story of New Zealand's World War I All Blacks, Matt Elliott 940.41 ELL