New Titles Non-Fiction August 2014 (arrived in July 2014)

Art & Architecture

Alternative art surfaces : mixed media techniques for painting on more than 35 different surfaces, Darlene Olivia McElroy & Sandra Duran Wilson. 702.81 MCE
An exuberant catalogue of dreams : the Americans who revived the country house in Britain, Clive Aslet. 728.8 ASL
Basic drawing : how to draw what you see, Charles Williams. 741.2 WIL
Chiaroscuro : Renaissance woodcuts from the collections of Georg Baselitz and the Albertina, Vienna, Achim Gnann. 761.2 GNA
Five Māori painters, Clare McIntosh. 759.993 FIV
Explores the work of Robyn Kahukiwa, Emily Karaka, Kura Te Waru Rewiri, Saffronn Te Ratana and Star Gossage.
Giorgio de Chirico and the metaphysical city : Nietzsche, Modernism, Paris, Ara H. Merjian. 759.5 DE
Giorgio Morandi : a retrospective, Maria Cristina Bandera. 759.5 MOR
Henri Matisse : the cut-outs, Karl Buchberg. 759.4 MAT
Published in conjunction with the most comprehensive exhibition ever devoted to Henri Matisse's paper cut-outs, made from the early 1940s until the artist's death in 1954.
Index a to z : art, design, fashion, film, and music in the Indie era, Edited by Wendy Vogel and Rachel Ward. 306.0973 VOG
Joseph Ari Aloi aka JK5 : sketches, tattoos, drawings, paintings & objects, photography by Dominic Neitz, Bryce Ward. 391.65 ALO
Structures & construction in historic building conservation, Michael Forsyth. 720.288 STR
The elements of style : an encyclopedia of domestic architectural detail, General editor for the new edition, Alan Powers. 728 ELE
Vertical living : the Architectural Centre and the remaking of Wellington, Julia Gatley and Paul Walker. 720.993 GAT
Vintage advertising art & design, J.N. Halsted and others. 741.67 HAL


The American fire engine, Hans Halberstadt. 629.225 HAL


#Girlboss, Sophia Amoruso. 381.4574 AMO
"#GIRLBOSS is in charge of her own life. She gets what she wants because she works for it." The first thing Sophia Amoruso sold online wasn't fashion - it was a stolen book.
A curious career, Lynn Barber. 070.43 BAR
Lynn Barber, by her own admission, has always suffered from a compelling sense of nosiness. An exceptionally inquisitive child she constantly questioned everyone she knew about imitate details of their lives. This talent for nosiness, coupled with her unusual lack of the very English fear of social embarrassment, turned out to be the perfect qualification for a celebrity interviewer.
A very private diary : a nurse in wartime, Mary Morris. 610.73 MOR
Mary Mulry was eighteen years old when she arrived in London from Ireland to begin training as a nurse in 1939. She had hoped for an adventure and a new start; she could not have predicted what the next seven years would bring.
A wolf in sheep's clothing, Barbara Unkovic. 949.72 UNK
After living in Croatia for seven years, author Barbara Unkovic returned to her New Zealand birthplace for an extended family holiday. With the holiday over, and eager to be back in her adopted homeland, Barbara's joy upon her return to Croatia is marred by the rude welcome she receives.
An encyclopedia of myself, Jonathan Meades. 828.914 MEA
Droll and observant tale of growing up in the 1950s. Filled with eccentrics and grotesques.
Another mother's love, Karen Scott. 362.733 SCO
Another Mother's Love is a heart-wrenching account of a mother's attempt to reach out to her foster child with unconditional love and kindness. However, is love enough? Karen and Mark faced a harrowing decision - to give up James or risk their family's future.
Around the village green : the heart-warming memoir of a World War II childhood, Dot May Dunn. 942.51 DUN
It's 1939 and little Dot May Dunn is playing with her brothers in the quiet lanes of their Derbyshire village. The grown-ups' talk of war means very little to Dot but things are starting to change in the village, for good. When a prisoner of war camp is built close to Dot's village, and a Yankee base is stationed nearby, Dot makes friends with the most unlikely of soldiers.
Candy at last, Candy Spelling. 791.45023 SPE
Coming up trumps : a memoir, Jean Trumpington. 941.082 TRU
In this characteristically trenchant memoir, the indomitable Jean Trumpington looks back on her long and remarkable life.
Diary of a foreign minister, Bob Carr. 327.94 CAR
Six years after vacating his position as the longest-serving Premier of New South Wales, Bob Carr returned to politics in his dream job: as Foreign Minister of Australia and a senior federal cabinet minister.
Dylan : the biography, Dennis McDougal. 781.64 DYL
Fred Graham, creator of forms : te tohunga auaha, Maria de Jong with Fred Graham ; photographs by Geoff Dale. 730.92 GRA
Comprehensive survey of the art of Fred Graham, details the artist's life from his childhood in the Waikato to his career as a sculptor. Fred Graham is a leading figure in New Zealand's art world.
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis : a life beyond her wildest dreams, Darwin Porter & Danforth Prince. 920.72 ONA
Jason Priestley : a memoir, Julie McCarron. 791.45028 PRI
Jason Priestley, star of the iconic hit television series Beverly Hills, 90210 and one of the biggest teen idols of the 1990s, chronicles the highs and lows of his life and career in this charming and honest memoir.
John Quincy Adams : American visionary, Fred Kaplan. 973.5 ADA
John Wayne : the life and legend, Scott Eyman. 791.43028 WAY
Michael Jordan : the life, Roland Lazenby. 796.323 JOR
Mrs D is going without : I used to be a boozy housewife. Now I'm not. This is my book, Lotta Dann. 362.292 DAN
Mrs D is an alcoholic, albeit a very nice, respectable, articulate and groomed alcoholic. This is an honest, upfront, relatable account of one suburban housewife's journey from miserable wine-soaked boozer to self-respecting sober lady. An inspirational tale of self-transformation, addiction and domesticity.
My mantelpiece : a memoir of survival and social justice, Carolyn Goodman with Brad Herzog. 305.4 GOO
Carolyn Goodman’s life was punctuated by tragedy, including a brother’s premature death, childhood molestation, a father’s suicide, and a son’s infamous murder. But her’s is foremost a tale of survival, of turning personal anguish into social conscience.
One chance : a memoir, Paul Potts. 782.42092 POT
Story of Paul Potts, cell phone salesman by day, amateur singer by night, who stepped onto the stage in the premiere season of Britain’s Got Talent, and changed his life.
Petero : my story, Petero Civoniceva. 796.3338 CIV
In the gruelling world of rugby league, only the toughest can survive. And no one knows this better than football giant Petero Civoniceva.
Riding this road : my life : making music and travelling this wide land with Slim Dusty, Joy McKean. 781.642 MCK
Salvador Allende : revolutionary democrat, Victor Figueroa Clark. 983.06 ALL
Sammy Davis, Jr. : a personal journey with my father, Tracey Davis and Nina Bunche Pierce. 791.092 DAV
Shy : a memoir, Sian Prior. 155.23 PRI
Sian Prior has maintained a career in the public eye, as a broadcaster and performer, for more than twenty years. For far longer than that she has suffered from excruciating shyness. Eventually, after bolting from a party in a state of near-panic, she decides to investigate her condition. What is shyness?
Something of myself and others, Mary Kenny. 070.92 KEN
A fascinating collection of articles and reflections on the public and private life of Mary Kenny, one of Ireland s best known journalists.
Son of the Morning Star : General Custer and the Battle of Little Bighorn, Evan S. Connell. 973.8 CON
Portrays the life of General Custer and describes the massacre of him and his forces by the Indians at the Little Bighorn.
Strange beautiful music : a musical memoir, Joe Satriani and Jake Brown. 781.66 SAT
Go behind the scenes with the musician The New York Times called a guitar God!
Struck by genius : how a brain injury made me a mathematical marvel, Jason Padgett and Maureen Seaberg. 362.19748 PAD
The boy : an autobiography, Alan G. Mackie. 616.8583 MCK
This is a brave book written by an abuse survivor who has something to offer. He gives an astonishingly clear view into a world usually kept hidden by shame and distaste.
The professor : a sentimental education, Terry Castle. 814.54 CAS
A candid and wrenching exploration of Castle's relationship, during her graduate school years, with a female professor.
The setting sun : a memoir of empire and family secrets, Bart Moore-Gilbert. 954.035 MOO
Setting Sun is the story of the dying days of an Empire, combined with gripping family history, in an extraordinary literary voyage across India.
The wrong knickers : a decade of chaos, Bryony Gordon. 070.92 GOR
Bryony Gordon survived her adolescence by dreaming about the life she'd have in her twenties: the perfect job; the lovely flat; the amazing boyfriend. The reality was something of a shock. Her Telegraph column was a diary of her daily screw-ups; she lived in a series of squalid shoe boxes; and her most meaningful relationship of the entire decade was with a Marlboro Light.
Tragedy's gift, Kevin Sharp with Jeanne Gere. 362.196994 SHA
The true story of Kevin Sharp's battle with cancer.
Unbreak my heart : a memoir, Toni Braxton. 781.643 BRA
Vanessa : the life of Vanessa Redgrave, Dan Callahan. 792.028 RED
Describes the life and career of the English stage, screen, and television actress and political activist from her early performances of Shakespeare to her Academy Award nomination for Howard's End.

Business & Management

Advanced Google AdWords, Brad Geddes. 659.14 GED
Be the best bad presenter ever : break the rules, make mistakes, and win them over, Karen Hough. 658.452 HOU
CEO guide to doing business in asia (Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia), Ade Asefeso. 382 ASE
Cubed : a secret history of the workplace, Nikil Saval. 651 SAV
Get that job in 7 simple steps, Peter Storr. 650.14 STO
The road to reinvention : how to drive disruption and accelerate transformation, Josh Linkner. 658.406 LIN
The rurbanite : how to live in the country without leaving the city, Alex Mitchell. 635 MIT
When she makes more : 10 rules for breadwinning women, Farnoosh Torabi. 650.1 TOR
Who gets promoted, who doesn't, and why : 12 things you'd better do if you want to get ahead, Donald Asher. 650.1 ASH


Popeye classics. [4], Bud Sagendorf. 741.5 SAG
Re-presenting the classic Popeye comic book series that debuted in 1948 by Bud Sagendorf, the long-time assistant to creator E.C. Segar!
The art of Zentangle : 50 inspiring drawings, designs & ideas for the meditative artist, Stephanie Meissner. 741.2 ART


3D printing with Autodesk 123D : create and print 3D objects with 123D, Autocad, and Inventor, John Biehler, Bill Fane. 004.7 BIE
Anonymous communication networks : protecting privacy on the web, Kun Peng. 005.8 PEN
CAD for the workshop, Neill Hughes. 684.09 HUG
Creative web design with Adobe Muse, David Asch. 006.7 ASC
iOS 7 in action, Brendan G. Lim, Martin Conte Mac Donell. 004.165 LIM
iPad for the older and wiser : get up and running with your Apple iPad, iPad Air and iPad mini, Sean McManus with Mark Hattersley. 004.165 IPA
Just tell me how it works : practical help for adults on all-things-digital, Paul Lance. 600 LAN
Mastering XPages : a step-by-step guide to XPages application development and the XSP language, Martin Donnelly, Mark Wallace, Tony McGuckin. 005.1 DON
Microsoft Surface for dummies, Andy Rathbone. 004.165 MIC
My Samsung Galaxy Note 3, Craig James Johnston, Guy Hart-Davis. 004.165 SAM
Printing things : visions and essentials for 3D printing, Claire Warnier. 686.233 PRI
Things a little bird told me : confessions of a creative mind, Biz Stone. 006.7 STO
A fresh, entertaining book about the power of creativity and how to harness it, from co-founder of Twitter Biz Stone.

Crafts & Collecting

50 yards of fun : knitting toys from scrap yarn, Rebecca Danger. 746.432 DAN
Building dioramas, Chris Mrosko. 745.5928 MRO
Country style : home decor and rustic crafts, from chandeliers to coffee tables, bedcovers to bulletin boards, Anna Ornberg. 745.5 ORN
Craft it now : 75+ simple handmade projects, Shannon E. Miller. 745.5 CRA
Dalesman, Martin Storey. 746.432 STO
A collection of men's Scandinavian winter inspired knitwear that evokes a feeling of getting cosy on the ski slopes or walking through a wild, snowy landscape.
Dior, the legendary images : great photographers and Dior, Florence Muller. 746.92 DIO
An enticing collection of sixty years of collaboration between the House of Dior and the greats of fashion photography, will appeal to anyone interested in fashion, design, and photography. Accompanies and exhibition of the same name at the Christian Dior Museum in Granville, France.
Fair isle & Nordic knits : 25 projects inspired by traditional colorwork design, Nicki Trench. 746.432 TRE
Farming in miniature : a review of British-made toy farm vehicles up to 1980. Volume 1, Airfix to Denzil Skinner, Robert Newson. 688.72 NEW
Fashion pattern cutting : line, shape, and volume, Zarida Zaman. 646.407 ZAM
Gifts from the garden : 100 gorgeous homegrown presents, Debora Robertson. 745.5 ROB
A collection of projects such as chamomile bubble bath and scented room spray using plants and produce that can be easily grown in your garden.
Growing up modern : 16 quilt projects for babies & kids, Allison Harris. 746.46 HAR
Happy homemade : sew chic kids : 20 designs that are fun and unique-just like your kid!, Ruriko Yamada. 646.406 YAM
Home-sewn French style : 35 step-by-step beautiful & chic sewing projects, Amelie Morin-Fontaine. 646.21 MOR
Loom knitting afghans : 20 simple & snuggly no-needle designs for all loom knitters, Isela Phelps. 746.43 PHE
Made by hand : contemporary makers, traditional practices, Leanne Hayman and Nick Warner. 745.5 MAD
Playing with pop-ups : the art of dimensional, moving paper designs, Helen Hiebert. 736.98 HIE
Polymer clay projects : create fun & functional objects from clay, Fransie Snyman. 745.57 SNY
Pretty funny tea cosies : & other beautiful knitted things, Loani Prior. 746.432 PRI
Sew baby : cuddly and cute bibs, blankets, booties, and more, Choly Knight. 646.36 KNI
Step-by-step mosaics & how to embellish glass & ceramics, Simona Hill. 738.5 STE
165 original and stylish projects to decorate the home and garden, illustrated with more than 1500 step-by-step photographs, templates and easy-to-follow instructions.
Step-by-step silk painting & batik project book, Susie Stokoe. 746.6 STO
Using wax and paint to create inspired decorative items for the home, with 35 step-by-step projects shown in 300 easy-to-follow photographs.
The art of embroidered flowers, Gilda Baron. 746.44 BAR
The Belle & Boo book of craft, Illustrations by Mandy Sutcliffe ; photography by Laura Edwards. 745.5 BEL
The Maison Sajou sewing book : 20 projects from the famous French haberdashery, Lucinda Ganderton. 646.21 GAN
The Star Wars LEGO Minifigure catalog, Christoph Bartneck. 688.725 BAR
Washi tape : 101+ ideas for paper crafts, book arts, fashion, decorating, entertaining, and party fun!, Courtney Cerruti. 745.59 CER
We are indie toys! : make your own resin characters, Louis Bou. 745.592 BOU
Wheeled wonders, Yoshihito Isogawa. 688.725 ISO
This volume on LEGO TECHNIC focuses on vehicles that can drive, turn, move things, and go backwards. The book's illustrations demonstrate various ways to build TECHNIC vehicles, which readers can use as starting points for their own creations.
Wire + metal : 30 easy metalsmithing designs, Denise Peck + Jane Dickerson. 739.27 PEC
Yellow Owl's little prints : stamp, stencil, and print projects to make for kids, Christine Schmidt. 745.5 SCH

Crime & Espionage

Finding me : a decade of darkness, a life reclaimed : a memoir of the Cleveland kidnappings, Michelle Knight with Michelle Burford. 364.154 KNI
If I can't have you : Susan Powell, her mysterious disappearance, and the murder of her children, Gregg Olsen and Rebecca Morris. 364.1523 OLS
Offenders and abuse, Joshua B. Seth. 364.153 SET
On the trail of Bonnie & Clyde then and now, Winston G. Ramsey. 364.1552 PAR
The map thief : the gripping story of an esteemed rare-map dealer who made millions stealing priceless maps, Michael Blanding. 364.162 BLA
The most dangerous animal of all : searching for my father and finding the Zodiac Killer, Gary L. Stewart with Susan Mustafa. 362.8298 STE
An explosive and historic book of true crime and an emotionally powerful and revelatory memoir of a man whose ten-year search for his biological father leads to a chilling discovery: his father is one of the most notorious - and still at large - serial killers in America.
The price of silence : the Duke lacrosse scandal, the power of the elite, and the corruption of our great universities, William D. Cohan. 364.1532 COH
The skeleton crew : how amateur sleuths are solving America's coldest cases, Deborah Halber. 363.25 HAL
The spy who changed the world, Mike Rossiter. 327.12 FUS
Brilliant German physicist Klaus Fuchs worked on the Manhattan Project and developed many of the significant calculations that led to the creation of nuclear weaponry. He was also a spy.


Balance : the economics of great powers from ancient Rome to modern America, Glenn Hubbard and Tim Kane. 330.9 HUB
Big picture economics : how to navigate the new global economy, Joel Naroff, Ron Scherer. 330 NAR
Counting on Marilyn Waring : new advances in feminist economics, Margunn Bjornholt & Ailsa McKay. 330.082 COU
Economics : the user's guide, Ha-Joon Chang. 330 CHA
Global macro trading : profiting in a new world economy, Greg Gliner. 332.642 GLI
Haunted empire : Apple after Steve Jobs, Yukari Iwatani Kane. 338.761 KAN
Money mania : booms, panics, and busts from Ancient Rome to the Great Meltdown, Bob Swarup. 332.645 SWA
Mrs Moneypenny's financial advice for independent women, Mrs Moneypenny with Heather McGregor. 332.024 MON
Silvertown : the lost story of a strike that shook London and helped launch the modern labor movement, John Tully. 331.892 TUL
Stress test : reflections on financial crises, Timothy F. Geithner. 338.54 GEI
The Japanese economy, David Flath. 330.952 FLA
The silk road rediscovered : how Indian and Chinese companies are becoming globally stronger by winning in each other's markets, Anil K. Gupta, Girija Pande, Haiyan Wang. 338.88 GUP


Mindsets in the classroom : building a culture of success and student achievement in schools, Mary Cay Ricci. 370.152 RIC
Playful writing : 150 open-ended explorations in emergent literacy, Rebecca Olien and Laura Woodside. 372.6 OLI
Simple low-cost games and activities for sensorimotor learning, Lisa A. Kurtz. 371.9 KUR
A sourcebook of ideas for young children including those with autism, ADHD, sensory processing disorder, and other learning differences.
The girl without a voice : the true story of a terrified child whose silence spoke volumes, Casey Watson. 371.94 WAT


Poison spring : the secret history of pollution and the EPA, E.G. Vallianatos with McKay Jenkins. 363.73 VAL
The burning answer : a user's guide to the solar revolution, Keith Barnham. 333.7923 BAR
The economic competitiveness of renewable energy : pathways to 100% global coverage, Winfried Hoffmann. 333.794 HOF


10-minute make-up : 50 step-by-step looks from fresh and natural to catwalk chic, Boris Entrup. 646.72 ENT

Film, Television & Theatre

The little girl who fought the Great Depression : Shirley Temple and 1930s America, John F. Kasson. 791.43028 TEM
The Searchers : the making of an American legend, Glenn Frankel. 791.437 FRA
About the true story behind John Ford's classic western.
Wit, wisdom and timey wimey stuff : the quotable Doctor Who, Cavan Scott and Mark Wright. 791.457 SCO

Food & Wine

200 easy vegetarian dishes, Denise Smart. 641.5636 SMA
4 ingredients : gluten free, lactose free, Kim McCosker. 641.5631 MCC
Cairo kitchen, Suzanne Zeidy. 641.5953 ZEI
Coffee obsession, Anette Moldvaer. 641.877 MOL
Don't give me eggs that bounce : 118 cracking recipes for people with Alzheimer's, Peter Morgan-Jones. 641.563 MOR
Dutch & Belgian food and cooking : explore the traditions, tastes and ingredients of two classic cuisines., Janny de Moor. 641.5949 MOO
Eat raw, not cooked, Stacy Stowers. 641.563 STO
Food storage for self-sufficiency and survival : the essential guide for family preparedness, Angela Paskett. 641.4 PAS
Goodness me it's gluten free pasta, Vanessa Hudson. 641.5631 HUD
How to feed a family : the sweet potato chronicles cookbook, Laura Keogh & Ceri Marsh ; photography by Maya Visnyei. 641.5 KEO
Kitchen magpie : a delicious melange of culinary curiosities, fascinating facts, amazing anecdotes and expert tips for the food-lover, James Steen. 641.3 STE
Malaysian home cooking, Lee Sook Ching. 641.59595 LEE
Mediterranean cookbook : fresh, fast and easy recipes, Marie-Pierre Moine. 641.594 MED
Morito, Sam & Sam Clark. 641.812 CLA
As the little sister of Moro, Morito has been serving delicious and innovative tapas and mezze in the heart of London's Exmouth Market for over three years. This title features over 150 simple and seasonal recipes arranged in 10 chapters.
No-bake baking : easy oven-free cakes and treats, Sharon Hearne-Smith. 641.86 HEA
One-hour cheese : ricotta, mozzarella, chevre, paneer even burrata : fresh and simple cheeses you can make in an hour or less!, Claudia Lucero. 637.3 LUC
Paleo smoothies, Mariel Lewis; photography by Kelly Jaggers. 641.875 LEW
Real fresh gluten-free food : simple healthy meals for everyone, Anna & Roger Wilde. 641.5631 WIL
The Mapua Village cookbook : recipes from the friends of Mapua School, Mapua, New Zealand. 641.5 MAP
The Texas food bible : from legendary dishes to new classics, Dean Fearing. 641.5973 FEA
Vegetarian for a new generation : seasonal vegetable dishes for vegetarians, vegans, and the rest of us, Liana Krissoff. 641.5636 KRI

Gardens and Gardening

Apples & how to grow them, Andrew Mikolajski. 634.11 MIK
Atlas of world landscape architecture, Markus Sebastian Braun, Chris van Udffelen (eds.). 712 ATL
Bonsai, Peter Warren. 635.9772 WAR
Edible spots & pots : small-space gardens for growing vegetables and herbs in containers, raised beds, and more, Stacey Hirvela. 635 HIR
Homegrown tea : an illustrated guide to planting, harvesting, and blending teas and tisanes, Cassie Liversidge. 633.72 LIV

Health & Medicine

A breast cancer alphabet, Madhulika Sikka. 616.994 SIK
Autism breakthrough : the groundbreaking method that has helped families all over the world, Raun K. Kaufman. 616.8588 KAU
Beyond the baby blues : the complete handbook for emotional wellbeing during pregnancy and early parenthood, Catherine Knox. 618.76 KNO
Candida cleanse : the 21-day diet to beat yeast and feel your best, Sondra Forsyth. 616.969 FOR
Core :an instant visual guide to developing a strong core, Hollis Lance Liebman. 613.71 LIE
Dealing with diabetes burnout : how to recharge and get back on track when you feel frustrated and overwhelmed living with diabetes, Ginger Vieira. 616.462 VIE
Diet cults : the surprising fallacy at the core of nutrition fads and a guide to healthy eating for the rest of us, Matt Fitzgerald. 613.25 FIT
Fertility & conception : the complete guide to getting pregnant, Zita West. 618.2 WES
Headache : a family doctor's guide to treating a common ailment, Carole Hungerford. 616.8491 HUN
Healthy at home : get well and stay well without prescriptions, Tieraona Low Dog, M.D. 615.535 LOW
Life happens : living a healthy life despite a chronic illness, Nathalie Brisebois. 362.196834 BRI
Mental health : a person-centred approach, Nicholas Procter. 616.89 MEN
Pain-free sitting, standing, and walking : alleviate chronic pain by relearning natural movement patterns, Craig Williamson. 616.74 WIL
Pregnancy day by day : an illustrated daily countdown to motherhood, from conception to childbirth and beyond, Paula Amato. 618.2 PRE
Recognising postnatal depression : a handbook for mothers, Zahava Aarons. 618.76 AAR
Sweet nothing : why I gave up sugar and how you can too, Nicole Mowbray. 613.28 MOW
The alkaline cure : the amazing 14 day diet and mindful eating plan, Stephan Domenig. 613.25 DOM
The body wars : why body dissatisfaction is at epidemic proportions and how we can fight back, Aric Sigman. 616.852 SIG
The brain book, Rita Carter. 612.82 CAR
The complete guide to yoga for fitness professionals, Debbie Lawrence & Conrad Paul. 613.7046 LAW
The disease delusion : conquering the causes of chronic illness for a healthier, longer, and happier life, Jeffrey S. Bland ; foreword by Mark Hyman. 615.5 BLA
The drop 10 diet : add to your plate to lose the weight, Lucy Danziger. 613.25 DAN
The elimination diet workbook : a personal approach to determining your food allergies, Maggie Moon. 613.26 MOO
The gift of life : the reality behind donor organ retrieval, Traci Graf, RN. 362.178 GRA
The gut solution : for parents with children who have recurrent abdominal pain and irritable bowel syndrome, Michael Lawson. 618.923 LAW
The illustrated easy way for women to stop smoking : a liberating guide to a smoke-free future, Allen Carr. 616.865 CAR
The pregnant athlete : how to stay in your best shape ever before, during, and after pregnancy, Brandi Dion. 618.24 DIO
The ultimate nordic pole walking book, Klaus Schwanbeck. 613.717 SCH
Touching a nerve : our brains, our selves, Patricia S. Churchland. 612.8 CHU
Twelve weeks fitness & nutrition programme for women : real results, no gimmicks, no airbrushing, Gavin & Alison Morey. 613.7045 MOR
Yoga for cyclists, Lexie Williamson. 613.7046 WIL
Your life - train for it, Bear Grylls with Natalie Summers. 613.71 GRY
Bear Grylls is fitter, stronger and readier than ever to take on the challenges of the wild, thanks to a revolutionary new fitness program.

History, Geography & Travel

The New Yorker book of the 40s : story of a decade, Henry Finder with Giles Harvey. 909.824 NEW
The 1940s were a decade of upheaval and innovation: they saw the Nuremberg Trials and Israeli statehood, Casablanca and Duke Ellington, smallpox and skyscrapers, FDR and Le Corbusier, zoot suits and Christian Dior.
'30 years on' : a brief history of Hororata : newsletters of the Hororata Historical Society, Rosemary E. Dennis. 993.85 DEN
A short history of Brazil, Gordon Kerr. 981 KER
A strange kind of paradise : India through foreign eyes, Sam Miller. 954 MIL
A Victorian lady's journey to New Zealand : the 1901 travel journal of Mrs Jane Wheeler, a West Australian pioneer, transcribed by Janice Caulfield. 993.02 CAU
Along the path : Motueka's historic plaques, Eileen Stewart. 993.77 STE
American exceptionalism in the age of Obama, Stephen Brooks. 973.932 BRO
Is the United States exceptional in its values and institutions, as well as in the role that it is destined to play in world affairs?
An American odyssey : photos from the Detroit Photographic Company, 1888-1924, Marc Walter & Sabine Arque. 973 AME
Baghdad : city of peace, city of blood, Justin Marozzi. 956.747 MAR
Canvas and gold : a history of the Wakamarina Goldfields and lower Pelorus Valley, Norman H. Brayshaw. 993.75 BRA
A detailed and well researched history of the 1860s rush to the Wakamarina Goldfields and the subsequent development of Lower Pelorus Valley, Marlborough by a well a respected local historian.
Coronation, Hugo Vickers. 941.085 ELI
Here are the disagreements within Cabinet, the delicate negotations between Buckingham Palace and the Archbishop of Canterbury and Dean of Westminster, the successful battle to have the ceremony televised. Anxious peers squabbled over invitations. Kings and Queens, Sultans and Beys pleaded for seats in the Abbey.
Dear tyrant : an extraordinary colonial life, Barrie Allom. 993.02 ALL
Dear Tyrant, as his wife called him, is the story of Albert James Allom (1825-1909), his family and childhood, his adventurous youth, his relationship with Edward Gibbon Wakefield, his struggle for success, and his philosophy of life.
Empire's crossroads : a history of the Caribbean from Columbus to the present day, Carrie Gibson. 972.9 GIB
Finding our recent past : historical archaeology in New Zealand, Matthew Campbell. 993 FIN
Eleven papers on early European sites, Māori sites of the 19th century, rural homesteads, Chinese market gardening, Auckland industrial sites and the entrepreneurs, and the technological development of power.
From Galilee to the Negev = Min ha-galil ad ha-negev, Stephen Shore. 956.94 SHO
Intimate portrait of a multi-faceted place, exploring the landscape of Israel and the Palestinian territories of the West Bank; its complexities and its contradictions.
Gwennie's diary : a Kiwi's world tour to Yorkshire 1939-40, Gwynne Irene Peacock. 910.41 PEA
In 2003, a heavy parcel posted from New Zealand arrived at a bungalow in Rawmarsh, Near Rotherham,Yorkshire. The parcel consisted of a huge, typewritten diary produced by Gwennie Peacock, a young woman from Auckland, while completing a journey around the world and visiting her family in Britain.
Inside the Tudor court : Henry VIII and his six wives through the writings of the Spanish ambassador, Eustace Chapuys, Lauren Mackay. 942.052 MCK
Last days of the bus club, Chris Stewart. 946.8083 STE
It's two decades since Chris Stewart moved to his farm on the wrong side of a river in the mountains of southern Spain and his daughter Chloe is preparing to fly the nest for university.
Mark Antony : a plain blunt man, Paolo de Ruggiero. 932 ANT
Mark Antony was embroiled in the tumultuous events of the mid-1st century BC, which saw the violent transformation from the Roman Republic to the Roman Empire.
Mexico : from the Olmecs to the Aztecs, Michael D. Coe & Rex Koontz. 972.01 COE
Millennium : a memoir, Peri Hoskins. 996.12 HOS
A cross-genre slice of life travelogue memoir set in the Kingdom of Tonga between December 1999 and January 2000. New Zealand born Australian based narrator Vince Osbourne travels to Tonga to be in the first place in the world to usher in the new millennium.
New Brighton, 1951-1965 : as seen through the eyes of an English migrant, Ray Jenner. 993.83 JEN
Pericles of Athens, Vincent Azoulay. 938.5 PER
Pericles has had the rare distinction of giving his name to an entire period of history, embodying what has often been taken as the golden age of the ancient Greek world.
Presenting Cambodia : the kingdom of wonder, Mick Shippen. 959.6 SHI
Restless souls : rebels, refugees, medics, and misfits on the Thai-Burma border, Phil Thornton. 959.105 THO
Betrayed by the British, the Karen of Burma have been locked in a titanic, sixty-year struggle for survival against the Burmese military regime, their story ignored by the rest of the world.
River cruising in Europe, Douglas Ward. 940 WAR
Rubble to resurrection : churches respond in the Canterbury quakes, Melissa Parsons. 993.83 PAE
Previously untold stories of the Christian churches' response to the earthquakes which struck the greater Christchurch region between September 2010 and December 2011 - one of the largest natural disasters in New Zealand history. How did the churches fare? How did the ordinary folk in the pews reach out to their suffering neighbours? How can lessons from this experience be of benefit in the future?
Shipwrecks of New Zealand : companion to the 8th edition of New Zealand shipwrecks, Lynton Diggle. 910.45 DIG
St Petersburg : shadows of the past, Catriona Kelly. 947.45 KEL
The bargain from the bazaar : a family's day of reckoning in Lahore, Haroon K. Ullah. 954.91 ULL
The story of one struggling middle-class Pakistani family, compellingly narrated by a young scholar and diplomat who has observed the traumas of the region firsthand.
The blood telegram : Nixon, Kissinger, and a forgotten genocide, Gary J. Bass. 327.73 BAS
A full-length account of the involvement of Richard Nixon and Henry Kissinger in Pakistan's brutal 1970s military dictatorship argues that they encouraged China's military presence in India, illegally supplied weapons used in massacres and embraced military strategies that have negatively impacted geopolitics for decades.
The calm beyond : Tua Marina and the Waikakaho - from the Wairau affray to today, Cynthia Brooks. 993.75 BRO
This is the story of a community which officially began with the surveying of the land for settlement in 1859. Back further to 1843 Tua Marina was also the place of the first and only clash between European and Māori in the South Island.
The Christchurch districts of Windsor and Shirley : a short history and reminiscences, Roger Allen. 993.83 ALL
The curve of time, M. Wylie Blanchet. 971.1 BLA
Astonishing adventure story of a woman who, left a widow in 1927, packed her five children onto a 25-foot boat and cruised the coastal waters of British Columbia, summer after summer.
The Democratic Republic of Congo : between hope and despair, Michael Deibert. 967.51 DEI
The embrace of unreason : France, 1914-1940, Frederick Brown. 944.081 BRO
Frederick Brown explores the tumultuous forces unleashed by the Dreyfus Affair, and examines how the clashing ideologies and the blood-soaked political scandals and artistic movements following the horror of World War I resulted in the country's era of militant authoritarianism.
The Maya, Michael D. Coe. 972.01 COE
The Mongol Empire : Genghis Khan, his heirs and the founding of Modern China, John Man. 950.2 MAN
The moor : lives, landscape, literature, William Atkins. 941 ATK
In this deeply personal journey across our nation's most forbidding and most mysterious terrain, William Atkins takes the reader from south to north, in search of the heart of this elusive landscape.
The rise and fall of Australia : how a great nation lost its way, Nick Bryant. 994.07 BRY
The scorpion's sting : antislavery and the coming of the Civil War, James Oakes. 973.71 OAK
The third horseman : climate change and the Great Famine of the 14th century, William Rosen. 940.19 ROS
The valley : a hundred years in the life of a family, Richard Benson. 942.82 HOL
The close-knit villages of the Dearne Valley were home to four generations of the Hollingworth family.
Tribal guns and tribal gunners : the story of Māori artillery in 19th century New Zealand, Trevor Bentley. 993.01 BEN
Set during the bloody intertribal Musket Wars (1818-1839) and the Anglo-Māori New Zealand Wars (1845-46 and 1860-1872), this book reveals a hitherto unknown dimension of this country's military history.
Walking the woods and the water : in Patrick Leigh Fermor's footsteps from the Hook of Holland to the Golden Horn, Nick Hunt. 940 HUN

House & Garden

A woman's shed : spaces for women to create, write, make, grow, think, and escape, Gill Heriz. 728.92 HER
Best of Stitch. Beautiful bedrooms, From the editors of Stitch magazine. 645.4 BES
DIY furniture. 2 : a step-by-step guide, Christopher Stuart. 684.1 STU
Home for now : making your rented space or first house beautiful, Joanna Thornhill. 747 THO
Lessons from Madame Chic : 20 stylish secrets I learned while living in Paris, Jennifer L. Scott ; illustrations by Virginia Johnson. 646.76 SCO
Modern originals : at home with midcentury European designers, Leslie Williamson. 747 WIL
New wood kitchens, Manel Gutierrez. 747.79 GUT
Outdoor wood projects : 24 projects you can build in a weekend, Steve Cory. 684.08 COR
Plain simple useful : the essence of Conran style, Terence Conran. 747 CON
Prefab houses, Arnt Cobbers, Oliver Jahn ; edited by Peter Gossel. 643.2 COB
Rene Lalique : enchanted by glass, Kelley Jo Elliott. 748 LAL
Shaker furniture projects, Glen Huey & the editors of Popular woodworking. 684.104 HUE
Sketching interiors. Coloured pencils : a step-by-step guide, Noriyoshi Hasegawa. 720.284 HAS
The backyard homestead book of building projects, Spike Carlsen. 690.892 CAR
The complete visual guide to building a house, John Carroll and Chuck Lockhart. 690.8 CAR
The fire smart home handbook : preparing for and surviving the threat of wildfire, Clyde Soles. 643.16 SOL
The kitchen bible : designing the perfect culinary space, Barbara Ballinger. 747.79 BAL
Timber windows, Alide Elkink. 690.18 ELK


Simply English : an A to Z of avoidable errors, Simon Heffer. 428 HEF
The everything essential Latin book : all you need to learn Latin in no time, Richard E. Prior. 478 PRI


Relationship dissolution, Bill Atkin. 346.0166 ATK
Youth justice in Aotearoa New Zealand : law, policy and critique, Alison Cleland, Khylee Quince. 346.013 CLE


I put a spell on you : several digressions on love and glamour, John Burnside. 823.914 BUR
Beginning with memories of a brutal murder, this book follows the author through a series of uncanny encounters with 'lost girls', with brilliant digressions on murder ballads, voodoo, acid and insomnia, and a cast that includes Kafka and Narcissus, Diane Arbus and Mel Lyman, and The Four Tops and Screamin' Jay Hawkins.
Plain words : a guide to the use of English, Ernest Gowers ; revised and updated by Rebecca Gowers. 808 GOW
The storytellers way : a sourcebook for inspired storytelling, Ashley Ramsden. 808.54 RAM
Things I don't want to know : on writing, Deborah Levy. 828.914 LEV
Things I Don't Want to Know is a unique response to George Orwell from one of our most vital contemporary writers.


Let us fight as free men : black soldiers and civil rights, Christine Knauer. 355.008 KNA
Let Us Fight as Free Men reveals the heated debates about the meaning of military service, manhood, and civil rights strategies within the African American community and the United States as a whole.

Music & Musicians

A view from a broad, Bette Midler. 781.64 MID
Counting down Bruce Springsteen : his 100 finest songs, Jim Beviglia. 781.66 SPR
Do not sell at any price : the wild, obsessive hunt for the world's rarest 78 rpm records, Amanda Petrusich. 780.266 PET
John Williams's film music : Jaws, Star Wars, Raiders of the Lost Ark, and the return of the classical Hollywood music style, Emilio Audissino. 781.542 WIL
Man on the run : Paul McCartney in the 1970s, Tom Doyle. 781.66 MCC
Michael Jackson, Inc. : the rise, fall and rebirth of a billion-dollar empire, Zack O'Malley Greenburg. 781.66 JAC
The Late Starters Orchestra, Ari L. Goldman. 787.4 GOL


Drawing and painting with water soluble media, Fiona Peart. 751.42 PEA
Modern paints Aotearoa, Clare McIntosh. 751.426 MOD
Modern Paints Aotearoa presents major new research that explores the relationship between artistic innovation and painting materials in New Zealand during the mid-20th century.
The modern flower painter : a guide to creating vibrant botanical portraits in watercolour, Anna Mason. 751.422 MAS
The self-portrait : a cultural history, James Hall. 757 HAL
In this broad cultural survey, art historian and critic James Hall brilliantly maps the history of self-portraiture, from the earliest myths of Narcissus to the prolific self-image-making of contemporary artists.


Good enough : confessions of a less-than-perfect mum, Dilvin Yasa. 306.8743 YAS
Hate me now, thank me later : how to raise your child with love and limits, Dr. Robin Berman. 649.64 BER
Parenting with love and logic : teaching children responsibility, Foster Cline and Jim Fay. 649.1 CLI
Simplicity parenting : using the extraordinary power of less to raise calmer, happier, and more secure kids, Kim John Payne. 649.1 PAY
The birth of the modern mum : a new mother's no nonsense guide to looking after herself in baby's first year, Heather Irvine. 649.122 IRV
The contented baby goes to school : help your child to make a calm and confident start, Gina Ford. 372.941 FOR
The M word : conversations about motherhood, Kerry Clare. 306.8743 M

Pets & Animals

A horse in my kitchen, Dianne Pannell. 636 PAN
Metal cats, Photography by Alexandra Crockett. 636.8 CRO
Rainbow lorikeets, Rose Sullivan. 636.6865 SUL
The complete owner's guide on how to care for rainbow lorikeets : facts on habitat, breeding, lifespan, behavior, diet, cages, talking and suitability as pets.

Philosophy and psychology

The good life : wellbeing and the new science of altruism, selfishness and immorality, Graham Music. 128 MUS


Henri Cartier-Bresson : here and now, Clement Cheroux. 779 CAR
This lavishly illustrated monograph published to accompany Frances first major retrospective since the photographers death in 2004.


Halcyon ghosts, Sam Sampson. 821.92 SAM
Hunting elephants, Peter Bland. 821.914 BLA
On the wing, Sue Fitchett. 821.92 FIT
Some desperate glory : the first world war the poets knew, Max Egremont. 821.912 EGE
The death of King Arthur, Simon Armitage. 821.1 DEA
"The Death of King Arthur" deals in the cut-and-thrust of warfare and politics: the ever-topical matter of Britain's relationship with continental Europe, and of its military interests overseas.
The speak house : a poem in fifty-seven pentastichs of the final hours in the life of Robert Louis Stevenson, David Howard. 821.914 HOW
The thin boy & other poems, John Gibb. 821.914 GIB
Glimmering through many of these poems are various arrivals and departures, among them the waking and sleeping which begin and end each day.
Tree space, Maria McMillan. 821.92 MCM

Politics & Government

Democracy in decline : steps in the wrong direction, James Allan. 321.8 ALL
How we invented freedom & why it matters, Daniel Hannan. 320.011 HAN

Religion & Ethics

Allah, liberty, and love : the courage to reconcile faith and freedom, Irshad Manji. 297.5 MAN
Be nobody, Lama Marut. 204.4 MAR
With an edgy tone and radical perspective, Lama Marut shows that the quest to distinguish ourselves is the true cause of our dissatisfaction, and it continually leaves us feeling isolated and alone.
Compelled by love, Heidi Baker with Shara Pradhan. 241.5 BAK
Connections : celebration, wisdom and commentary from Dunedin Methodist Parish, Ken Russell and Colin Gibson. 248.4 CON
Embedded faith : the faith journeys of young adults within church communities, Carlton Johnstone. 248.83 JOH
Limitless sky : life lessons from the Himalayas, David Charles Manners. 291.144 MAN
Refuge recovery : a Buddhist path to recovering from addiction, Noah Levine. 294.34 LEV
Thank you : living in gratitude, Melanie G Mason. 179.9 MAS
The church beyond — our leadership, Bob Barrett ; introductory comments by: Richard Ellena, Derek Eaton, Murray Robertson. 253 BAR
Characteristics of a leader in the local church with principles for managing the local church : inspiration for leaders of the local church in New Zealand and Australia.
The church of mercy : a vision for the church, Pope Francis. 282 FRA
The perfect I : fitness in mind, fearless in body, Mike Ansari. 204.4 ANS
Those soft brown eyes : a biography of Jesus of Nazareth through the eyes of Mary Magdalene, Nigel Whinney. 232.9 WHI
Work & worship : religious diversity at workplaces in New Zealand, Edwina Pio. 201.6 PIO


30-second elements : the 50 most significant elements, each explained in half a minute, Eric Scerri. 546 THI
50 ways the world could end, Alok Jha. 576.84 JHA
Animal madness : how anxious dogs, compulsive parrots, and elephants in recovery help us understand ourselves, Laurel Braitman. 591.5 BRA
Birds of the Bible : a guide for Bible readers and birdwatchers, Peter Goodfellow. 598.0933 GOO
Cane toads : a tale of sugar, politics and flawed science, Nigel Turvey. 597.8 TUR
Flight ways : life and loss at the edge of extinction, Thom van Dooren. 598.168 VAN
Flying dinosaurs : how fearsome reptiles became birds, John Pickrell. 567.91 PIC
Gotham unbound : the ecological history of greater New York, Ted Steinberg. 508.747 STE
Investigating astronomy, Timothy F. Slater, Roger A. Freedman. 520 SLA
Meadowland : the private life of an English field, John Lewis-Stempel. 577.4 LEW
Nature's nether regions : what the sex lives of bugs, birds, and beasts tell us about evolution, biodiversity, and ourselves, Menno Schilthuizen. 573.6 SCH
NZ wild life : introducing the weird and wonderful character of natural New Zealand, Steve Trewick & Mary Morgan-Richards. 508.93 TRE
The Cambridge companion to Einstein, Michel Janssen, Christoph Lehner. 530 EIN
The chemistry of alchemy : from dragon's blood to donkey dung : how chemistry was forged, Cathy Cobb. 540.1 COB
The fly trap, Fredrik Sjoberg. 595.7 SJO
Fredrik Sjoberg's mesmerising Swedish bestseller on travel, the joy of collecting and discovering the hidden wonders of life.
The hunt for the golden mole : all creatures great and small, and why they matter, Richard Girling. 599.33 GIR
The island of knowledge : the limits of science and the search for meaning, Marcelo Gleiser. 501 GLE
The luminous and the grey, David Batchelor. 535.6 BAT
A study of the places where colour comes into being and where it fades away, an inquiry into when colour begins and when it ends, both in the material world and in the imagination.
The Newton papers : the strange and true odyssey of Isaac Newton's manuscripts, Sarah Dry. 509 DRY
The quantum age : how the physics of the very small has transformed our lives, Brian Clegg. 530.12 CLE
Wallace, Darwin, and the Origin of species, James T. Costa. 576.82 COS
Wild connection : what animal courtship and mating tell us about human relationships, Jennifer L. Verdolin. 591.56 VER
Willow, Alison Syme. 583.6 SYM
Zoom : how everything moves : from atoms and galaxies to blizzards and bees, Bob Berman. 531.11 BER

Self Development

50 psychology classics : who we are, how we think, what we do : insight and inspiration from 50 key books, Tom Butler-Bowdon. 150 BUT
Blue mind : how water makes you happier, more connected and better at what you do, Wallace J. Nichols ; foreword by Celine Cousteau. 155.9 NIC
Busy : how to thrive in a world of too much, Tony Crabbe. 155.24 CRA
Everything that remains : a memoir by The minimalists, Joshua Fields Millburn with interruptions by Ryan Nicodemus. 158.1 MIL
Millburn started questioning every aspect of the life he had built for himself. Then, he accidentally discovered a lifestyle known as minimalism... and everything started to change.
Flex : do something different : how to use the other 9/10ths of your personality, Ben Fletcher, Karen J. Pine. 158.1 FLE
Seeing what others don't : the remarkable ways we gain insights, Gary Klein. 153.4 KLE
The obstacle is the way : the timeless art of turning trials into triumph, Ryan Holiday. 158.1 HOL
Think like a freak : the authors of Freakonomics offer to retrain your brain, Steven D. Levitt & Stephen J. Dubner. 153.43 LEV
Unapologetically you : reflections on life and the human experience, Steve Maraboli. 158.1 MAR
What makes you happy? : how small changes can lead to big improvements in your life, Fiona Robards. 158.1 ROB

Social Issues

"A problem from hell" : America and the age of genocide, Samantha Power. 304.663 POW
China's second continent : how a million migrants are building a new empire in Africa, Howard W. French. 325.251 FRE
Extreme mean : trolls, bullies and predators online, Paula Todd. 302.343 TOD
Ghosts of my life : writings on depression, hauntology and lost futures, Mark Fisher. 306 FIS
How to be a husband, Tim Dowling. 306.81 DOW
Instant Kiwi : New Zealand in a nutshell, Rosemary Hepozden. 306.0993 HEP
A short and snappy overview of God's Own Country (Godzone) for New Zealanders, overseas visitors and new immigrants, this book takes a light-hearted look at what it means to be Kiwi.
Make up, don't break up : finding and keeping love for singles and couples, Bonnie Eaker-Weil. 306.7 EAK
No place to call home : inside the real lives of gypsies and travellers, Katharine Quarmby. 305.891497 QUA
Pleasure, profit and pain : alcohol in New Zealand and the contemporary culture of intoxication, Dr Brett McEwan. 362.292 MCE
The divide : American injustice in the age of the wealth gap, Matt Taibbi. 303.372 TAI
Unspeakable things : sex, lies and revolution, Laurie Penny. 306 PEN
Laurie Penny is as ruthless in her dissection of modern feminism and class politics as she is in discussing her own experiences in journalism, activism and underground culture.

Sport & Recreation

A history of State of Origin : the complete reference to Rugby League's greatest rivalry : New South Wales V Queensland since 1980, Will Evans. 796.3338
Boots 'n' all : continuing tales in the NZ back country, Tony Walsh. 799.2 WAL
Cribbage : how to play and win, Frank and Simon Buttler. 795.411 BUT
Eight world cups : my journey through the beauty and dark side of soccer, George Vecsey. 796.3346 VEC
Futebol nation : a footballing history of Brazil, David Goldblatt. 796.334 GOL
Going to extremes : adventures in unknown New Zealand, Derek Grzelewski. 796.5 GRZ
Remarkable lateral thinking puzzles, Paul Sloane & Des MacHale. 793.73 SLO
Rugby League's greatest hits : the games, the players, the rivalries, the teams and the greatest moments, Paul Connolly. 796.3338 CON
Shadows on the road : life at the heart of the peloton from US Postal to Team Sky, Michael Barry. 796.62 BAR
Spindrift : a wilderness pilgrimage at sea, Peter Reason. 797.124 REA
The improving chess thinker, Dan Heisman. 794.12 HEI
Ultra performance : the psychology of endurance sports, Paul Moore. 796 MOO


From survival to revival : Auckland's public transport since 1860, Graham Bush. 388.4 BUS


Agent Orange : history, science, and the politics of uncertainty, Edwin A. Martini. 959.7043 MAR
Taking on what one former U.S. ambassador called "the last ghost of the Vietnam War," this book examines the far-reaching impact of Agent Orange, the most infamous of the dioxin-contaminated herbicides used by American forces in Southeast Asia.
Anzac girls : the extraordinary story of our World War I nurses, Peter Rees. 940.475 REE
Before the mast : life and death aboard the Mary Rose, Julie Gardiner. 623.822 BEF
The Mary Rose carried a crew of naval officers and sailors, a fighting force of gunners and soldiers, a Barber-surgeon, several ship's carpenters and skilled navigators. Of nearly 500 men, fewer than 40 survived the sinking on 19th July 1545.
Citizens of London : the Americans who stood with Britain in its darkest, finest hour, Lynne Olson. 940.54 OLS
Collision of empires : the war on the eastern front in 1914, Prit Buttar. 940.41 BUT
Covert radar and signals interception : the secret career of Eric Ackermann, Peter Jackson & David Haysom. 358.24 ACK
The authors ave made every effort to rectify that in this new publication which is sure to appeal to aviation enthusiasts, as well as the more general reader curious to gain new insights into twentieth century intelligence practices and their often far-reaching consequences.
Democratic desert : the war in Syria, Robert King. 956.91 KIN
Hitler's willing executioners : ordinary Germans and the Holocaust, Daniel Jonah Goldhagen. 940.5318 GOL
Hotel Florida : truth, love and death in the Spanish Civil War, Amanda Vaill. 946.081 VAI
Kokoda, Peter FitzSimons. 940.5426 FIT
For Australians, Kokoda is the iconic battle of World War II. This is an authoritative account of one of the most famous battles in military history.
Mission at Nuremberg : an American army chaplain and the trial of the Nazis, Tim Townsend. 341.69 TOW
Mission to Berlin : the American airmen who struck the heart of Hitler's Reich, Robert F. Dorr. 940.544 DOR
Operation Mayhem, Steve Heaney with Damien Lewis. 966.4 HEA
Operation Mayhem is the first ever account of a truly epic elite forces mission: one of the most highly decorated in modern military history.
Target: Italy : the secret war against Mussolini, 1940-1943 : the official history of SOE operations in fascist Italy, Roderick Bailey. 940.5486 BAI
The burning shore : how Hitler's U-boats brought World War II to America, Ed Offley. 940.545 OFF
The D-Day kit-bag : the ultimate guide to the allied assault on Europe, Martin Robson. 940.5421 ROB
The dog who could fly : the incredible true story of a WWII airman and the four-legged hero who flew at his side, Damien Lewis. 940.544 LEW
The Gestapo : power and terror in the Third Reich, Carsten Dams and Michael Stolle. 940.5487 DAM
The jungle is neutral : a soldier's three-year jungle escape from the Japanese Army, F. Spencer Chapman. 940.5425 CHA
The real heroes of Telemark, Ray Mears. 940.5486 MEA
Zeppelin nights : London in the First World War, Jerry White. 942.1083 WHI