New Titles Non-Fiction April 2014 (arrived in March)

Art & Architecture

A day at Versailles, text by Yves Carlier. 728.82 CAR
Australian art : a history, Sasha Grishin. 709.94 GRI
Chagall : love, war, and exile, Susan Tumarkin Goodman. 759.7 CHA
Design Brooklyn : renovation, restoration, innovation, industry, Anne Hellman. 720.973 HEL
Design Brooklyn shows us the architecture, interiors & design trends of NY's hottest borough.
Drawing and painting imaginary animals : a mixed-media workshop, with Carla Sonheim. 743.6 SON
Drawing and painting insects, Andrew Tyzack. 743.6 TYZ
Drawing for dummies, Jamie Combs and Brenda Hoddinott. 741.2 COM
Georges Braque and the Cubist still life 1928-1945, Karen K. Butler. 759.4 BRA
Joan Bullock Morrell, sculptor, Valerie Cowan. 730.92 BUL
Joan Bullock Morrell is an artist of international repute and one of New Zealand's foremost bronze sculptors.
John Singer Sargent watercolors, Erica E. Hirshler. 759.2 SAR
Lazy days : painting the Kiwi lifestyle, Graham Young. 759.993 YOU
Religious poverty, visual riches : art in the dominican churches of Central Italy in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, Joanna Cannon. 704.948 CAN
Show time : the 50 most influential exhibitions of contemporary art, Jens Hoffmann. 709.04 HOF
The liberation of painting : modernism and anarchism in avant-guerre Paris, Patricia Leighten. 759.4 LEI


Big book of campervan, [Steve Lumley]. 629.223 VOL
British vans & pick ups : 1945-1965 : including camper vans, Rinsey Mills. 629.223 MIL
Modern diesel technology. Diesel engines, Sean Bennett. 629.2506 BEN
Projects for the young mechanic : over 250 classic instructions & plans, Popular Mechanics Co. 680 POP


A house unlocked, Penelope Lively. 942.38 LIV
The only child of divorced parents, the author was often sent to stay at her grandparents' country house Golsoncott. Years later, she began to piece together the lives of those she knew fifty years before. In this title, she delves into the domestic past of her former home, and the contrasts between life today and the way they lived then.
A life of Barbara Stanwyck. [Volume one], Steel-true 1907-1940, Victoria Wilson. 791.43028 STA
Behind the candelabra, Scott Thorson with Alex Thorleifson. 786.2092 THO
By turns bizarre, shocking and touchingly intimate, Behind the Candelabra is a compulsive insight in to Liberace, the man behind the flamboyant performer whose successes provide a bright counterpoint to a darker tale of a man hungry for power, a man given to every excess.
E.E. Cummings : a life, Susan Cheever. 811.5 CUM
A major reassessment of the life and work of the novelist, painter, and playwright considered to be one of America's preeminent twentieth-century poets.
Johnny Cash : [an illustrated biography].. 781.642 CAS
Michael Elphick : the great pretender, Kate Elphick & Nigel Denison. 791.45028 ELP
Nicholson : a biography, Marc Eliot. 791.43028 NIC
A definitive portrait of the iconic Hollywood star draws on new research and insider interviews to cover his New Jersey upbringing, his early years with Hanna-Barbera, his private life, and his considerable film achievements.
Proud : the story of James Brown, Ronald D. Lankford Jr. 781.644 BRO
Proud the story of James Brown follows the artistic peaks and personal tragedies of one of the most important and influential musical voices of the contemporary era.
Stillways : a memoir, Steve Bisley. 792.028 BIS
From one of Australia's favourite actors comes a classic memoir of an Australian childhood in the sixties.
TC : Tom Carroll, Nick Carroll. 797.32 CAR
On the surface he was Tom Carroll, dreamer, cheeky grommet, brilliant surfer, Australian sporting hero, fitness fanatic, businessman, family man, big wave charger. Inside turned the terrible wheel of drug addiction, part family curse, part legacy of the footloose surf culture he'd done so much to legitimise.
The mighty totara : the life and times of Norman Kirk, David Grant. 993.037 KIR
A major biography of arguably New Zealand's greatest modern political leader As Norman Kirk's body lay in state near the steps of Parliament on the day after his death on 31 August 1974, a kaumatua wailed 'the mighty totara has fallen'. The lament reflected what many New Zealanders felt about this big, commanding and loved leader, dead at just 51.
The tender bar : a memoir, J.R. Moehringer. 070.92 MOE
In the rich tradition of bestselling memoirs about self-invention, The tender bar is by turns riveting, moving, and achingly funny. An evocative portrait of one boy's struggle to become a man, it's also a touching depiction of how some men remain lost boys.
Those wild Wyndhams : three sisters at the heart of power, Claudia Renton. 941.081 WIN
Three sisters beautiful, cultured and aristocratic, born into immense wealth during the reign of Queen Victoria. Their dramatic lives are here unfolded in a rich historical biography.

Business & Management

Absolute value : what really influences customers in the age of (nearly) perfect information, Itamar Simonson and Emanuel Rosen. 658.8 SIM
Confidence at work : get it, feel it, keep it, Ros Taylor. 650.1 TAY
eBay for dummies, Marsha Collier. 381.17 COL
How to measure digital marketing : metrics for assessing impact and designing success, Laurent Flores. 658.872 FLO
How to pass professional level psychometric tests : challenging practice questions for graduate and professional recruitment, Sam Al-Jajjoka. 650.028 AL
Leadership, discourse and ethnicity, Janet Holmes,. 658.45 HOL
Leverage : the CEO's guide to corporate culture, John R. Childress. 658.409 CHI
Managing extreme financial risk : strategies and tactics for going concerns, Karamjeet Paul. 658.155 PAU
Managing trauma, loss and grief in the workplace, [writer and editor, Tricia Irving Hendry]. 658.38 IRV
More than money : five forms of capital to create wealth and eliminate poverty, Paul C. Godfrey. 658.152 GOD
Paid to think : a leader's toolkit for redefining your future : achieve more, earn more, live more, David Goldsmith with Lorrie Goldsmith. 658.409 GOL
Performance coaching : a complete guide to best practice coaching and training, Carol Wilson. 658.3124 WIL
Success as a coach : start and build a successful coaching practice, Stephen Newton. 658.407 NEW
The anti 9 to 5 guide : practical career advice for women who think outside the cube, Michelle Goodman. 650.1 GOO
The definitive guide to warehousing : managing the storage and handling of materials and products in the supply chain, Scott B. Keller and Brian C. Keller. 658.78
The leader's guide to managing people : how to use soft skills to get hard results, Mike Brent. 658.409 BRE
The rules of work : a practical engineering guide to ergonomics, Dan MacLeod. 620.8 MCL
Time management, Brian Tracy. 650.11 TRA
Unfair fight : give your small business the winning advantage, Sam Hazledine. 658.022 HAZ
What great brands do : the seven brand-building principles that separate the best from the rest, Denise Lee Yohn. 658.827 YOH


iPad all-in-one for dummies, Nancy Muir. 004.165 IPA
iPad portable genius, Paul McFedries. 004.165 IPA
Java programming for Android developers for dummies, Barry Burd. 005.133 JAV
Mastering Perl, Brian D. Foy. 005.133 PER
Murach's Visual Basic 2012 : training & reference, Anne Boehm. 005.133 BAS
OS X Mavericks all-in-one for dummies, Mark L. Chambers. 005.446 MAC

Crafts & Collecting

1000 mini cross stitch motifs, Sharon Welch. 746.443 WEL
Adventures in Pompom Land : 25 cute projects made from handmade pompoms, Myko Diann Bocek. 745.5924 BOC
Essential skills for scale modelers, Aaron Skinner. 688.1 SKI
Exquisite modular origami, Meenakshi Mukerji. 736.98 MUK
Japanese ikebana for every season, Rie Imai and Yuji Ueno. 745.92 IMA
Kete whakairo : plaiting flax for beginners, Margaret Rose Ngawaka. 746.412 NGA
Knitting : colour, structure and design, Alison Ellen. 746.432 ELL
An in-depth look at the technique of hand knitting and at what effects can be created from different stitches and by knitting in different directions. Taking a fresh approach to knitting and examining it from scratch, this book explores not just the look of a knitted pattern, but how the knitted fabric can be altered with different stitches to change its stretch, drape, and thickness. Once understood, the design and application potential of this textile technique is thrilling and endless, and it encourages and inspires both beginners and experienced knitters to experiment and develop their own designs. This guide covers basic stitches, including many different ways of casting on and off; new approaches to construct fabric in any direction in order to make any shape without sewn seams; an in-depth section on color; advice on dyeing yarns; and knitting patterns to suit a range of body shapes, with directions for personalizing the size.
Knitting by design : gather inspiration, design looks, and knit 15 fashionable projects, Emma Robertson. 746.432 ROB
Knitting clothes kids love : colorful accessories for heads, shoulders, knees, hands, toes, Kate Oates. 746.432 OAT
Knitting with giant needles : simple projects to knit and crochet, Hanna Charlotte Erhorn. 746.43 ERH
Knitting with wire : a very practical guide for the home workshop, written by Andrew Leary. 684.08 LEA
Korean lacquerware inlaid with mother-of-pearl : the everlasting beauty, [authors Hwang Jihyun, Kawada Sadamu ; translated from the Korean by Timothy Atkinson]. 745.72
Kusudama origami, Ekaterina Lukasheva. 736.98 LUK
Making the most of reclaimed and natural materials, Linda Thornton and Pat Brunton. 372.35 THO
Michael LaFosse's origami butterflies : elegant designs from a master folder, Michael G. LaFosse. 736.98 LAF
Mixed-media girls with Suzi Blu : drawing, painting, and fanciful adornments from start to finish.. 702.81 BLU
Pattern magic : stretch fabrics, Tomoko Nakamichi. 646.4 NAK
Playing with image transfers : exploring creative imagery for use in art, mixed media, and design, Courtney Cerruti. 746.62 CER
Pyrography basics : techniques and exercises for beginners, Lora S. Irish. 745.51 IRI
Pyrography patterns : basic techniques and 30 wildlife designs for woodburning, Sue Walters. 745.51 WAL
Rustic modern crochet : 18 designs inspired by nature, Yumiko Alexander. 746.434 ALE
The finer edge : crocheted trims, motifs & borders, Kristin Omdahl. 746.434 OMD
An innovative collection of 40 stitch and 12 garment patterns from best-selling author Kristin Omdahl, The Finer Edge demonstrates various techniques, construction methods, and versatile applications for crochet edgings. While crochet edgings are customarily used to trim or finish blankets and garments, designer Kristin Omdahl treats you to both traditional and novel new ways to expand your use of edgings. Discover innovation at its finest with The Finer Edge.
The hand embroidered haven : 20 home sewing projects with hand embroidery, twilling & appliqué, Megan Frock. 746.44 FRO
The overlocker technique manual : the complete guide to serging and decorative stitching, Julia Hincks. 646.2 HIN
The TAB Guide to DIY welding : hands-on projects for hobbyists, handymen, and artists, Jackson Morley. 671.52 MOR
What to knit the toddler years : 30 gorgeous jumpers, cardigans, hats, toys & more, Nikki Van De Car. 746.432 VAN
Woven scarves : 26 inspired designs for the rigid heddle loom, Jane Patrick & Stephanie Flynn Sokolov. 746.14 PAT


A killer in the family, Amanda Howard. 364.1523 HOW
Explores the darkest depths of the human psyche to tell the stories of the world's most depraved killers and their families.
Carl Williams : the short life and violent times of Melbourne's gangland drug lord, Adam Shand. 364.994 WIL
Eliot Ness : the rise and fall of an American hero, Douglas Perry. 363.25 NES
A wide-ranging portrait of the legendary leader of the Untouchables traces his years after his famous confrontation with Al Capone, documenting his efforts to end corruption in Cleveland and his achievements throughout the Torso Murderer case.
Reclaiming Parkland : Tom Hanks, Vincent Bugliosi, and the JFK assassination in the new Hollywood, James DiEugenio. 364.1524 DIE
Examines the connections between Washington and Hollywood, as well as the CIA influence in the film colony today.
The mad sculptor : the maniac, the model, and the murder that shook the nation, Harold Schechter. 364.1523 IRW
Robert Irwin, was a promising young sculptor, but he was also deeply disturbed. An obsession with Veronica Gedeon, a stunning photographer's model, would inspire him to murder.
The sting man : inside Abscam, Robert W. Greene. 364.132 GRE
From hustling on the streets of the Bronx to selling bogus businesses and sham investments around the world, Mel Weinberg netted millions of dollars. So legendary were his skills that in the late 1970s he was recruited by the FBI to combat art thieves and counterfeiters. But the trail quickly led to even bigger targets.


Aspects of tourist behavior, Metin Kozak and Nazmi Kozak. 338.4791 ASP
Economic development : what everyone needs to know, Marcelo M. Giugale. 338.9 GIU
Facing the other way : the story of 4AD, Martin Aston. 338.4778 AST
The first official account of the iconic record label.
I spend, therefore I am : the true cost of economics, Philip Roscoe. 330 ROS
Investment banking for dummies, Matthew Krantz and Robert R. Johnson. 332.66 KRA
Life after growth : how the global economy really works and why 200 years of growth are over, Tim Morgan. 338.9 MOR
Supply shock : economic growth at the crossroads and the steady state solution, Brian Czech. 338.92 CZE
The antidote : inside the world of new pharma, Barry Werth. 338.4761 WER
The leading indicators : a short history of the numbers that rule our world, Zachary Karabell. 330 KAR
The physics of Wall Street : a brief history of predicting the unpredictable, James Owen Weatherall. 332.632 WEA


Teaching with story : classroom connections to storytelling, Margaret Read MacDonald,. 372.67 MCD
The MindUp curriculum. Grades 6-8.. 370.11 MIN
Research-based curriculum that features 15 lessons using the latest information about the brain to dramatically improve behavior and learning for all students.


Hydrofracking, Alex Prud'homme. 622.33 PRU
Mechanics of materials, R.C. Hibbeler. 620.112 HIB

Engineering technologies

Superfuel : thorium, the green energy source for the future, Richard Martin. 669.29 MAR


Ecosystem services in New Zealand : conditions and trends, John R. Dymond. 333.7 ECO
Plant protection in the Pacific, Semisi Pone. 632.9 PON


The wisdom of the radish : and other lessons learned on a small farm, Lynda Hopkins. 630.973 HOP


Scatter my ashes at Bergdorf Goodman, Sara James Mnookin. 381.14 BER
A gorgeously illustrated companion to the fashion documentary of the same name, Scatter My Ashes at Bergdorf Goodman is an unforgettable collection of anecdotes, from the hilarious to the poignant, in commemoration of the internationally renowned luxury specialty store's 111th anniversary.

Film, Television & Theatre

Love, lipstick and lies, Katie Price. 659.152 PRI
The last three years of author's life that have been as dramatic as ever!
Once upon a time in Hollywood, Juliette Michaud. 791.430973 MIC
From the pioneers of cinema to the New Hollywood of the 1960s, this volume tells the epic tale of the golden age of American film studios.
One leg too few : the adventures of Peter Cook and Dudley Moore, William Cook. 792.7 COO
"One Leg Too Few" will feature an extensive range of fresh interviews, previously unpublished archive material and a wealth of information about the most creative (and explosive) double act that British comedy has ever produced.
Playmarket 40 : 40 years of playwriting in New Zealand, Laurie Atkinson with David O'Donnell (consulting editor). 792.0993 PLA
The National theatre story, Daniel Rosenthal. 792.0941 ROS
Voice into acting : integrating voice and the Stanislavski approach, Christina Gutekunst. 792.028 GUT

Food & Wine

A good baking day : 500 recipes from the kitchens of Rural Women New Zealand.. 641.815 GOO
Beer buyers' guide : Australia & New Zealand, Ian Kingham. 641.23 BEE
Clean living cookbook : delicious Paleo food to help you change your life, Luke Hines and Scott Gooding. 641.563 HIN
Delicious probiotic drinks : 75 recipes for kombucha, kefir, ginger beer, and other naturally fermented drinks, Julia Mueller. 641.875 MUE
Drink more whiskey : everything you need to know about your new favorite drink, Daniel Yaffe. 641.252 YAF
Feed a family of six for under $20, Jas McPhee. 641.552 MCP
Fermenting for dummies, Marni Wasserman and Amy Jeanroy. 664.02 WAS
Root to stalk cooking : the art of using the whole vegetable, Tara Duggan. 641.65 DUG
Smashing plates : Greek flavours redefined, Maria Elia. 641.59495 ELI
Tapas revolution, Omar Allibhoy. 641.812 ALL
The art of French pastry, Jacquy Pfeiffer. 641.865 PFE
The A-Z of eating out, Joseph Connolly. 394.12 CON
The paleo chocolate lovers' cookbook : 80 gluten-free treats for breakfast & dessert, written and photographed by Kelly V. Brozyna. 641.563 BRO
The taste of America, Colman Andrews. 641.3 AND
Treat petite : 42 sweet & savoury miniature bites, Fiona Pearce. 641.815 PEA

Gardens and Gardening

Edible landscaping with a permaculture twist : how to have your yard and eat it too, Michael Judd. 631.58 JUD
Plantiful : start small, grow big with 150 plants that spread, self-sow, and overwinter, Kristin Green. 635 GRE
Roses Down Under : the world's most beautiful roses, where they came from and where they are going, Dawn Eagle. 635.93 ROS
The cut flower patch : grow your own cut flowers all year round, Louise Curley. 635.9 CUR
The gardener of Versailles : my life in the world's grandest garden, Alain Baraton. 712.0944 BAR
The history of the garden in fifty tools, Bill Laws. 635 LAW

Graphic novels

Creative illustration, Andrew Loomis. 741.2 LOO
Divided into seven sections: Line, Tone, Colour, Telling the Story, Creating Ideas, Fields of Illustration, and Experimenting and Studies, this book is filled with instructions, tips, insider experiences, and incredible illustrations.
Incomplete works, Dylan Horrocks. 741.5 HOR
Incomplete Works is both the chronicle of an age and a portrait of one man's heroic struggle to get some work.
Popeye classics. [3], Bud Sagendorf. 741.5 SAG

Health & Medicine

All because of Henry : my story of struggle and triumph with two autistic children and the dogs that unlocked their world, Nuala Gardner with Beth McDonough. 618.9289
Arthritis, pregnancy and the path to parenthood, Suzie E. May. 649.1 MAY
Beat the heart attack gene : a revolutionary plan to prevent heart disease, stroke, and diabetes, Bradley Bale and Amy Doneen with Lisa Collier Cool. 616.12
Cancer : cause & cure : a 20th century perspective : nature's secrets exposed, Percy Weston. 616.994 WES
Carpe diem : notes on a marathon journey, Joshua Hartwell and Marie Hartwell. 362.19748 HAR
On 10 September 2007, while on his OE in London, Josh went for a run after work. He never arrived home - instead he woke up from a coma two months later. Josh had had a cardiac arrest on the footpath of a busy London street, caused by a rare, undiagnosed congenital heart condition, this is his story of gradual rehabilitation.
Cavewomen don't get fat : the paleo chic diet for rapid results, Esther Blum. 613.28 BLU
Coconut cures : preventing and treating common health problems with coconut, Bruce Fife. 615.32 FIF
Foundations of professional personal training, Gregory Anderson . 613.71 FOU
French women don't get facelifts : the secret of aging with style & attitude, Mireille Guiliano. 613.0424 GUI
Greedy girl's diet second helpings : fab food fast for a slim life, Nadia Sawalha. 641.5635 SAW
Health and healing after traumatic brain injury : understanding the power of family, friends, community, and other support systems, Heidi Muenchberger. 362.19748
Life after brain injury : survivors' stories, Barbara Wilson, Jill Winegardner and Fiona Ashworth. 617.48 WIL
Make peace with your plate : change your life one meal at a time, Jess Ainscough. 613.2 AIN
My age of anxiety : fear, hope, dread, and the search for peace of mind, Scott Stossel. 616.8522 STO
The author recounts his lifelong battle with anxiety, showing the many manifestations of the disorder as well as the countless treatments that have been developed to counteract it, and provides a history of the efforts to understand this common form of mental illness.
Overcoming phobias : a practical guide, Patricia Furness-Smith. 616.8522 FUR
Pills & potions at the Cotter Medical History Trust, Claire Le Couteur. 610.993 LE
Gauze containing 'double cyanide of mercury and zinc' … Fletcher's Phosphatonic to 'put your nerves right in a jiffy' … In this fascinating and by turns alarming book, Claire Le Couteur has researched the background to some of the popular medical remedies in New Zealand's medical history.
Rekindling desire, Barry McCarthy and Emily McCarthy. 613.96 MCC
The empathy trap : understanding antisocial personalities, Jane McGregor and Tim McGregor. 616.8582 MCG
Sociopathy affects an estimated 1- 4% of the population, but not all sociopaths are cold-blooded murderers. They're best described as people without a conscience, who prey on those with high levels of empathy. This book looks at how people can protect themselves against these arch-manipulators.
The infested mind : why humans fear, loathe, and love insects, Jeffrey A. Lockwood. 616.8522 LOC
The paleo approach : reverse autoimmune disease and heal your body, Sarah Ballantyne. 616.978 BAL
The practice of collaborative counseling & psychotherapy : developing skills in culturally mindful helping, David A. Paré. 616.8914 PAR
The quantum doctor : a quantum physicist explains the healing power of integrative medicine, Amit Goswami. 610 GOS
The ultimate natural beauty bible, Sarah Stacey. 646.72 STA

History, Geography & Travel

A curious madness : an American combat psychiatrist, a Japanese war crimes suspect, and an unsolved mystery from World War II, Eric Jaffe. 952.04 JAF
A history of Britain in thirty-six postage stamps, Chris West. 941 WES
A mad, bad, and dangerous people? : England, 1783-1846, Boyd Hilton. 942.07 HIL
A thousand shards of glass : there is another America, Michael Katakis. 973.932 KAT
A Thousand Shards of Glass is Michael's appeal to his fellow citizens to change their course; a cautionary tale to those around the world who idealise an America that never was; and, crucially, a glimpse beyond the myth, to a country whose best days could still lie ahead.
Africa, Lonely Planet. 960 AFR
American smoke : journeys to the end of the light : a fiction of memory, Iain Sinclair. 973.932 SIN
In a book filled with bad journeys and fated decisions, this is a delirious expedition in the footsteps of Malcolm Lowry, Charles Olson, Jack Kerouac, William Burroughs, Gary Snyder and more.
Australia, lonely planet. 994 AUS
Bending adversity : Japan and the art of survival, David Pilling. 952 PIL
The author argues that the Japanese may use the devastating March 2011 earthquake and tsunami, and consequent terrifying meltdown at the nuclear complex at Fukushima, to stimulate their economy and turn it into a mature economy, comfortable in itself, with satisfactory growth and a senior and respected seat in the global parliament.
Central Europe. 943 CEN
Chicago, Lonely Planet. 977.311 ZIM
Cuba, Lonely Planet. 972.91 SAI
Death and burial records for family historians, Stuart A. Raymond. 929.1 RAY
Devon & Cornwall, Lonely Planet. 942.35 BER
Dublin, Lonel Planet. 941.83 DAV
Eastern Europe. 947 EAS
Encountering the Pacific in the age of the enlightenment, John Gascoigne. 990 GAS
Florence & Tuscany, Lonely Planet. 945.5 MAX
Flying Kiwis : a history of the OE, Jude Wilson. 910.4 WIL
Genealogy online for dummies, Matthew L. Helm and April Leigh Helm. 929.1 HEL
Georgians revealed : life, style and the making of Modern Britain, Moira Goff. 942.07 GEO
Getting away with murder : Benazir Bhutto's assassination and the politics of Pakistan, Heraldo Muñoz. 954.91 MUN
Goliath : life and loathing in greater Israel, Max Blumenthal. 956.94054 BLU
In Goliath, New York Times bestselling author Max Blumenthal takes us on a journey through the badlands and high roads of Israel-Palestine, painting a startling portrait of Israeli society under the siege of increasingly authoritarian politics as the occupation of the Palestinians deepens.
Greece, Lonely Planet. 949.5 GRE
India, Lonely Planet. 954 IND
Island : how islands transform the world, J. Edward Chamberlin. 909.094 CHA
An exploration into the cultural, natural, and historical significance of islands, this unique book delves into what islands represent, how different cultures view them, and even the geological roots of island formations. Islands play a significant role in both the ancient and modern world, and play an important part in how civilizations were formed. The book looks at islands through the lens of the philosophical, psychological, biological, and political, as human identity has revolved around islands ever since people first discovered them. It celebrates islands for all their worth, whether real or invented, literal or fictitious, as a central part of the human narrative.
It was a long time ago, and it never happened anyway : Russia and the communist past, David Satter. 947.0842 SAT
Kerikeri Mission Station and Kororipo Pā : an entwined history, Angela Middleton. 993.13 MID
Land of eagles : riding through Europe's forgotten country, Robin Hanbury-Tenison. 949.65 HAN
London, Lonely Planet. 942.1 LON
Making soapies in Kabul : hot days, crazy nights and dangerous liasons in a war zone, Trudi-Ann Tierney. 958.1 TIE
Mandela : my prisoner, my friend, Christo Brand with Barbara Jones. 968.06 BRA
Mary's two grandmas.. 929.2 WOO
These books are a history of the Nelson region told through one family's eyes.
Mitterrand : a study in ambiguity, Philip Short. 944.083 MIT
Francois Mitterrand was a man of exceptional gifts and exceptional flaws who, during his 14 years as President, strove to drag his tradition-bound and change-averse country into modern world.
Munich & the Bavarian Alps, Eyewitness. 943.3 GAL
Naseby : a history : to everything there is a season, Keith Scott. 993.94 SCO
Oceania : neocolonialism, nukes & bones, André Vltchek ; foreword by Noam Chomsky ;. 995 VLT
Oceania: neocolonialism, nukes and bones is a critical appraisal of the destructive consequences of colonialism and later neocolonialism and how they have reshaped and undermined the very essence of Pacific humanity.
One hundred fathoms square : our involvement in the Cadastral Survey of the Kingdom of Tonga, and experiencing the Tongan way of life in the 1950s, Bruce Alexander & Larry Wordsworth. 333.08 ALE
An intriguing portrait of an island nation as it started to undergo dramatic social and economic changes in the late 1950s.
Pacific histories : ocean, land, people, David Armitage. 990 PAC
Penny loaves & butter cheap : Britain in 1846, Stephen Bates. 941.081 BAT
Pocket Edinburgh : top sights, local life, made east, Lonely Planet. 941.34 WIL
Pocket Florence & Tuscany, Lonely Planet. 945.5 MAX
Pocket Tokyo : top sights, local life, made easy, Lonely Planet. 952.135 MIL
Random writings, Franki Wood. 920.72 WOO
"This book is a compilation of thoughts, stories, skits and verse. I hope the readers of this book can be as equally entertained as I have been writing it"
Rio de Janeiro, Lonely Planet. 981.53 ST
Rome, Lonley Planet. 945.632 GAR
Russians : the people behind the power, Gregory Feifer. 947.086 FEI
San Francisco, Lonely Planet. 979.461 BIN
Scandinavia. 948 SCA
Seattle, Lonely Planet. 979.777 SAI
South India & Kerala. 954.8 SOU
The badlands : decadent playground of old Peking, Paul French. 951.156 FRE
The cats of Ephesos, Sabine Ladstätter, Lois Lammerhuber, Niki Gail. 939.2 LAD
Follow the cats of Ephesos on a magical mystery tour through an antique world of temples, stones, theatres and private houses.
The empire of necessity : slavery, freedom, and deception in the New World, Greg Grandin. 306.362 GRA
Documents an early nineteenth-century event that inspired Herman Melville's "Benito Cereno," tracing the cultural, economic, and religious clash that occurred aboard a distressed Spanish ship of West African pirates.
The idea of Israel : a history of power and knowledge, Ilan Pappe. 956.9405 PAP
The Mary Rose, revealed : a treasury of images, [Alexandra Hildred,. 623.822 MAR
Describes the excavation of the Mary Rose, a military ship which sank on July 19, 1545, during the reign of Henry VIII. Includes photos and illustrations depicting the excavation and artifacts from the ship.
The Nile : downstream through Egypt's past and present, Toby Wilkinson. 962 WIL
The prime minister's ironing board and other state secrets : true stories from the government archives, Adam Macqueen. 941.085 MCQ
Stored in Whitehall's archives are not only detaills of Mrs Thatcher's ironing board, but Ted Heath's car, Harold Macmillan's bedroom carpet, Imelda Marcos and her son Bong Bong's trip to Buckingham Palace and President Eisenhower's particular problem with Winston Churchill's trousers.
The sea and civilization : a maritime history of the world, Lincoln P. Paine. 910.45 PAI
The voyagers : remarkable European explorations of New Zealand, Paul Moon. 993.01 MOO
They sailed to the south, Lorna Clauson. 929.2 BAK
They Sailed to the South' tells the true story of three families who left England forever to carve out new lives in the South Pacific.
USA, Lonely Planet. 973 USA
Venice & the Veneto, Lonely Planet. 945.31 BIN
Vienna, Eyewitness. 943.613 BRO
Vienna, Lonely Planet. 943.613 HAY
Vietnam : a portrait of its people at war, David Chanoff. 959.7043 CHA
Wales. 942.9 DRA
Western Europe. 940 WES

House & Garden

Dog house : an instructional guide to build your very own large doghouse for the backyard, Ronald Rex. 728.9 REX
Do-it-yourself outdoor projects, Jonathan Edwards. 643.55 EDW
Fifth Avenue style : a designer's New York apartment, Howard S. Slatkin. 747 SLA
Gardens are for living : design inspiration for outdoor spaces, Judy Kameon. 747.88 KAM
Lumens, watts & lux : the expanded guide to lighting design, Karen Wardell. 621.32 WAR
Print & finish, Gavin Ambrose, Paul Harris. 686.22 AMB
An introduction to a variety of printing and finishing techniques for any graphic design project.
Rural modern, Russell Abraham. 720.47 ABR
Utilization : creative home space designs.. 747 UTI
Yurts : living in the round, Becky Kemery. 690.81 KEM


At my wit's end, John Lapsley. 827.914 LAP
At My Wit's End is a collection of John Lapsley's best columns from the Otago Daily Time.


When reporters cross the line : the heroes, the villains, the hackers and the spies, Stewart Purvis and Jeff Hulbert. 070.433 PUR


Get started in modern Hebrew, Shula Gilboa ; advisory editor, Gila Mielke. 492.482 GIL
Keeping languages alive : documentation, pedagogy and revitalization, Mari C. Jones and Sarah Ogilvie. 306.44 KEE


Forsyth's guide to trusts and estate practice, Cordelia Thomas. 346.05 THO
New Zealand employment law guide, Richard Rudman. 344.012 RUD
The new terrain of international law : courts, politics, rights, Karen J. Alter. 341 ALT

Library Science

Exploring digital libraries : foundations, practice, prospects, Karen Calhoun. 025.0028 CAL
Transforming young adult services, Anthony Bernier. 027.62 TRA


Eastbourne : an anthology, Mary McCallum, Anne Manchester & Maggie Rainey-Smith - editors. 820.8032 EAS
From the trenches : the best Anzac writing of World War One, Mark Dapin. 808.80358 FRO
Happily ever after : celebrating Jane Austen's Pride and prejudice, Susannah Fullerton. 823.7 AUS
Here is the tale of how Pride and Prejudice came to be written, its first reception in a world that didn't take much notice of it and then its growing popularity. As well as discussing the famous characters sex-symbol Mr Darcy, charming heroine Elizabeth Bennet, and the superb range of comic characters who make readers laugh again and again.
Inside a pearl : my years in Paris, Edmund White. 813.54 WHI
When Edmund White moved to Paris in 1983, leaving New York City in the midst of the AIDS crisis, he was forty-three years old, couldn't speak French, and only knew two people in the entire city. But in middle age, he discovered the new anxieties and pleasures of mastering a new culture.
Mad honey : a collection of writing by New Zealand teenagers, selected by Tessa Duder & James Norcliffe ; edited by Glyn Strange. 820.809283 MAD
NLP for writers, Bekki Hill. 808.04 HIL
Pacific highways, co-edited by Julianne Schultz and Lloyd Jones. 993 PAC
This collection of original essays, memoir, poetry, fiction and reportage will challenge the way you think about New Zealand.
Slow reading in a hurried age, David Mikics. 372.4 MIK
This is a practical guide for anyone who yearns for a more meaningful, satisfying reading experience, as well as sharper reading skills and improved concentration.
The Inklings : C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, Charles Williams and their friends, Humphrey Carpenter. 820.9 CAR
The magical world of the Inklings : J.R.R. Tolkein, C.S. Lewis, Charles Williams, Owen Barfield, Gareth Knight. 820.9 KNI

Music & Musicians

27 : a history of the 27 club through the lives of Brian Jones, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Jim Morrison, Kurt Cobain, and Amy Winehouse, Howard Sounes. 781.64 SOU
Imagine a club that people are dying to get into literally! Sounes examines the lives of six musicians and singers who died at the age of 27.
50 moments that rocked the classical music world, Darren Henley and Sam Jackson. 780.9 HEN
A history of Western music, J. Peter Burkholder, Donald Jay Grout, Claude V. Palisca. 780.9 BUR
A luthier's memoirs, Roberto Gomes. 787.87192 GOM
This unique, first-hand testimony of a luthier with over thirty years in the trade will be attractive to professionals, researchers, and afficionates of classical guitar music and lutherie.
A rush of blood to the head [music], Coldplay. 781.66 COL
Easy piano arrangements of all 11 tracks from the hit album.
Bagpipes for beginners. Study unit 1, Elixir Piping & Drumming. 788.49193 BAG
Black Sabbath : symptom of the universe, Mick Wall. 781.66 BLA
Bowie : album by album, Paolo Hewitt. 781.66 BOW
Bruce Springsteen : American poet and prophet, Donald L. Deardorff II. 781.66 SPR
I'll take you there : Mavis Staples, the Staple Singers, and the march up freedom's highway, Greg Kot. 782.254 STA
Recounts the life and achievements of the lead singer of the Staple Singers, revealing how her family fused diverse musical genres to transcend racism and oppression through song, and discussing her collaborations with fellow artists and her impact on civil rights culture.
Inventing the American guitar : the pre-Civil War innovations of C.F. Martin and his contemporaries, Robert Shaw . 787.87 INV
Quincy Jones : his life in music, Clarence Bernard Henry. 781.64 JON
Respect yourself : Stax Records and the soul explosion, Robert Gordon. 384 GOR
Traces the rise and fall of the original Stax Records, touching upon the racial politics in Memphis in the 1960s, the personal histories of the sibling founders, and the prominent musicians they featured.
Rocks off : 50 tracks that tell the story of The Rolling Stones, Bill Janovitz. 781.66 ROL
Rolling Stones gear : all the Stones' instruments from stage to studio, Andy Babiuk and Greg Prevost. 781.66 ROL
The Beatles : the BBC Archives 1962-1970, Kevin Howlett. 781.66 BEA
The Beatles are here! : 50 years after the band arrived in America, writers and other fans remember, Penelope Rowlands. 781.66 BEA
The Fender Stratocaster : the life and times of the world's greatest guitar and its players, Dave Hunter. 787.87 HUN
The KLF : chaos, magic and the band who burned a million pounds, John Higgs. 781.66 KLF
The Nibelungs Ring : a guide to Wagner's Der Ring des Nibelungen, Peter Bassett. 782.1 WAG
The self-promoting musician : strategies for independent music success, Peter Spellman. 780 SPE
The walrus & the elephants : John Lennon's years of revolution, James A. Mitchell. 781.66 LEN
Examines Lennon's post-Beatle years, beginning in late 1971, when he left London behind and moved to New York, eager to join a youth movement rallying for social justice and an end to the Vietnam War.
Under the afro, Evan Silva. 781.64 SIL
A non-fiction story of mid-50s suburban culture in Mission Bay
Verve : the sound of America, Richard Havers. 781.65 HAV
Tells the entire story of jazz from its earliest days in New Orleans to the 1970s and beyond told through archival material from Verve, the genres most important label.
When Ziggy played guitar : David Bowie and four minutes that shook the world, Dylan Jones. 781.66 BOW
And then there was David Bowie, the uber-freak with the mismatched pupils, the low-tech space face from the planet Sparkle. This was Bowie's third appearance on TOTP but this was the one that properly resonated with its audience, the one that would go on to cause a seismic shift in the Zeitgeist.

Natural Science

Apes and human evolution, Russell H. Tuttle. 599.93 TUT
Horse sanctuary, text by Allison Milionis. 599.665 MIL
How to connect with nature, Tristan Gooley. 508 GOO
Hummingbirds : a life-size guide to every species, Michael Fogden,. 598.76 FOG
Mammoths & mastodons of the Ice Age, Adrian Lister. 569.6 LIS
Naturalists at sea : scientific travellers from Dampier to Darwin, Glyn Williams. 509 WIL
Neanderthal man : in search of lost genomes, Svante Pääbo. 569.9 PAA
Our origins : discovering physical anthropology, Clark Spencer Larsen. 599.9 LAR
Out on a limb : what black bears taught me about intelligence and intuition, Benjamin Kilham. 599.78 KIL
Overleaf, Richard Ogilvy & Susan Ogilvy. 575.5 OGI
Leaves live a thankless life!
RSPB handbook of British birds, Peter Holden. 598.0941 HOL
Sharks & people : exploring our relationship with the most feared fish in the sea, Thomas P. Peschak. 597.3 PES
The extreme life of the sea, Stephen R. Palumbi. 591.77 PAL
The monkey's voyage : how improbable journeys shaped the history of life, Alan de Queiroz. 570 DE
The sixth extinction : an unnatural history, Elizabeth Kolbert. 576.84 KOL
Kolbert provides a moving account of the disappearances occurring all around us and traces the evolution of extinction as a concept, from its first articulation by Georges Cuvier in French Revolutionary Paris through to the present day.
Whales and dolphins of Aotearoa New Zealand, Barbara Todd. 599.5 TOD
What's that rock or mineral?, Tom Jackson. 552 JAC
What's that tree?, Tony Russell. 582.16 RUS


Journeys through time : uncovering my past lives, Jenny Cockell with Anthea Courtenay. 133.9013 COC
The numerology guidebook : uncover your destiny and the blueprint of your life, Michelle Buchanan. 133.335 BUC


The smallest things : thoughts on making a happy family, Angela Mollard. 646.78 MOL
From popular columnist and commentator, Angela Mollard, comes the story of how she learned to aim wide, not high, and to enjoy her children again. Part memoir, part manual.

Pets & Animals

Haatchi & Little B : the inspiring true story of one boy and his dog, Wendy Holden. 636.7 HOL
How to raise horses : everything you need to know, Daniel Johnson and Samantha Johnson. 636.1 JOH
How to raise pigs : everything you need to know, Philip Hasheider. 636.4 HAS
How to raise sheep : everything you need to know, Philip Hasheider. 636.31 HAS
Real life with horses : a practical New Zealand guide to horse care, Rita Virtama. 636.1083 VIR
Rescuing Riley, saving myself : a man and his dog's struggle to find salvation, Zak Anderegg with Peter Nelson. 636.7 AND
Very important pets : our furry family, J.M. Baumfield. 636.8 BAU


Bryan Peterson's exposure solutions : the most common photography problems and how to solve them, Bryan Peterson with Jeff Kent. 771 PET
Call me Kiwi, [compiled by] Renee Hollis. 779 CAL
This book is the result of a national photographic competition promoting New Zealand photographers.
Capturing the light : the birth of photography, a true story of genius and rivalry, Roger Watson and Helen Rappaport. 770.92 WAT
An intimate look at the journeys of two men a gentleman scientist and a visionary artist as they struggled to capture the world around them, and in the process invented modern photography. During the 1830s, in an atmosphere of intense scientific enquiry fostered by the Industrial Revolution, two quite different men one in France, one in England developed their own dramatically different photographic processes in total ignorance of each other's work. Drawing on a wide range of original, contemporary sources and featuring plates in colour, sepia and black and white, many of them rare or previously unseen, Capturing the Light charts an extraordinary tale of genius, rivalry and human resourcefulness in the quest to produce the world's first photograph.
Natural newborn baby photography : a guide to posing, shooting, and business, Robin Long. 778.925 LON
The Design Aglow posing guide for family portrait photography : 100 modern ideas for photographing newborns, babies, children, and families, Lena Hyde. 778.92


Downfall : three New Zealand history plays, Michelanne Forster. 822.914 FOR
Twenty New Zealand playwrights, Michelanne Forster and Vivienne Plumb. 822.91409 FOR


Book of equanimity verses, Richard von Sturmer. 821.914 VON
Gathering evidence, Caoilinn Hughes. 821.92 HUG
With pinpoint accuracy, virtuosity and humour, Caoilinn Hughes aligns scientific and poetic venturing.
Horse with hat, Marty Smith ; collages by Brendan O'Brien. 821.92 SMI
Now we are sixty (and a bit), Christopher Matthew ; decorations by David Eccles. 821.914 MAT
Polynesian legends and other poems, A. Stanley Sherratt. 821.912 SHE
Ruby Duby Du, Elizabeth Smither ; watercolours by Kathryn Madill. 821.914 SMI
Ruby Duby Du is a little suite of poems written by Elizabeth Smither for her granddaughter, Ruby.
The limits, Alice Miller. 821.92 MIL
The white clock : poems, Owen Marshall. 821.914 MAR
Who is Ozymandias? and other puzzles in poetry, John Fuller. 821.009 FUL
In this book, the author looks at some of our greatest poems and considers the number of individual puzzles at their heart, casting light on how we should approach these conundrums as readers.
Wilfred Owen, Guy Cuthbertson. 821.912 OWE
One of Britain's best-known and most loved poets, Wilfred Owen (1893-1918) was killed at age 25 on one of the last days of the First World War, having acted heroically as soldier and officer despite his famous misgivings about the war's rationale and conduct.
Cactus body, Blanca Castellón ; with translations by Roger Hickin. 868.992251 CAS

Politics & Government

How numbers rule the world : the use and abuse of statistics in global politics, Lorenzo Fioramonti. 320.014 FIO
Isaac & Isaiah : the covert punishment of a Cold War heretic, David Caute. 320.5 CAU
Rancorous and highly public disagreements between Isaiah Berlin and Isaac Deutscher escalated to the point of cruel betrayal in the mid-1960s. In this account, the author uncovers a hidden story of passionate beliefs, unresolved antagonism, and the high cost of reprisal to both victim and perpetrator.
Kicking the Kremlin : Russia's new dissidents and the battle to topple Putin, Marc Bennets. 320.947 BEN
Let the land speak : a history of Australia : how the land created our nation, Jackie French. 327.94 FRE
The character of democracy : how institutions shape politics, Richard A. Clucas, Melody Ellis Valdini. 321.8 CLU
Offers a uniquely comprehensive overview of the major democratic institutions found around the world, including electoral systems, party systems, presidential and parliamentary governments, legislatures, federalism, and constitutional courts.
The dark side of Zionism : Israel's quest for security through dominance, Baylis Thomas. 320.54 THO
Thermonuclear monarchy : choosing between democracy and doom, Elaine Scarry. 327.174 SCA
In this incisive, masterfully argued new book, award-winning social theorist Elaine Scarry demonstrates that the power of one leader to obliterate millions of people with a nuclear weapon.

Religion & Ethics

Chit happens : a guide to discovering divinity, Narain Ishaya. 299.93 ISH
Culture and the death of God, Terry Eagleton. 200 EAG
Terry Eagleton, formidable thinker and renowned cultural critic, investigates in this thought-provoking book the contradictions, difficulties and significance of the modern search for a replacement for God.
God hates you, hate him back : making sense of the Bible, C.J. Werleman. 220.6 WER
Learning true love : practicing Buddhism in a time of war : a nun's journey from Vietnam to France and the history of Thich Nhat Hanh's Buddhist community, Sister Chan Khong (Cao Ngoc Phuong). 294.3 CHA
Matter & what matters : some science for the religious & some religion for scientists, Lionel Sharman. 215 SHA
Muslim on the bridge : on being an Iraqi-Arab muslim in the twenty-first century, Ali Shakir. 297 SHA
On Hinduism, Wendy Doniger. 294.5 DON
Soul obsession : when God's primary pursuit becomes your life's driving passion, Nicky Cruz with Frank Martin. 248.4 CRU
The ark before Noah : decoding the story of the flood, Irving Finkel. 220.93 FIN
The collected letters of the Rev. Abraham Honoré and Elisabeth Honoré missionaries to the Māori, compiled by Ralph Dearlove. 266.42 HON
Honore Abrahm was among the missionaries who worked with the Maoris in the middle and late 19th century in New Zealand.
The gentle art of blessing : a simple practice that will transform you and your world, Pierre Pradervand. 203.8 PRA
The values factor : the secret to creating an inspired and fulfilling life, John Demartini. 170.44 DEM
Based on his landmark research and teachings, Dr. John Demartini has discovered the key to fulfillment in all aspects of life. What is the most important step you can take to achieve the life you've always dreamed of?
Truly human enhancement : a philosophical defense of limits, Nicholas Agar. 174.2 AGA
Agar explores notions of transformative change and motives for human enhancement; distinguishes between the instrumental and intrinsic value of enhancements; argues that too much enhancement undermines human identity; considers the possibility of cognitively enhanced scientists; and argues against radical life extension.


Revealing the heart of the galaxy : the Milky Way and its black hole, Robert H. Sanders. 523.113 SAN
The art of the infinite : the pleasures of mathematics, Robert Kaplan. 515.2 KAP
The geek dad book for aspiring mad scientists : the coolest experiments and projects for science fairs and family fun, Ken Denmead. 507.8 DEN
The heart of mathematics : an invitation to effective thinking, Edward B. Burger, Michael Starbird. 510 BUR
The perfect theory : a century of geniuses and the battle over general relativity, Pedro G. Ferreira. 530.11 FER
The perfect wave : with neutrinos at the boundary of space and time, Heinrich Päs. 539.721 PAS
Almost weightless and able to pass through the densest materials with ease, neutrinos may offer answers to questions ranging from relativity and quantum mechanics to more radical theories about dark energy and supersymmetry.
The quantum world, Michel le Bellac. 530.12 LE
This is improbable too : synchronized cows, speedy brain extractors and more WTF research, Marc Abrahams. 502 ABR
Guardian columnist Marc Abrahams collects the odd, imaginative, and amazingly improbable research from around the world. Now he investigates the ins and outs of the very improbable evolutionary innovation that is the human body.
What is relativity? : an intuitive introduction to Einstein's ideas, and why they matter, Jeffrey Bennett. 530.11 BEN
What should we be worried about? : real scenarios that keep scientists up at night, edited by John Brockman. 303.49 WHA

Self Development

Beyond revenge : the evolution of the forgiveness instinct, Michael E. McCullough. 155.92 MCC
Empower yourself : daily affirmations to reclaim your power!, Miranda Kerr. 158.1 KER
Face it : what women really feel as their looks change : a psychological guide to enjoying your appearance at any age, Vivian Diller. 155.9 DIL
Mindwise : how we understand what others think, believe, feel and want, Nicholas Epley. 152.4 EPL
Partners in passion : a guide to great sex, emotional intimacy and long-term love, Mark A. Michaels. 306.7 MIC

Social Issues

A million little pieces, James Frey. 362.29 FRE
A powerful story of James Frey as he starts his perilous journey back to the world of the drug and alcohol-free.
Acid House : the true story, Luke Bainbridge. 306.1 BAI
This is the definitive story of the seismic movements in music and youth culture that changed the cultural landscape forever.
Affluenza : how overconsumption is killing us and how we can fight back, John de Graaf, David Wann, Thomas H. Naylor. 306.3 DE
Beyond Priscilla : one gay man, one gay truck, one big idea… the Beyond 'That's so Gay' national tour, Daniel Witthaus. 306.766 WIT
Daniel's simple aim was to challenge and confront homophobia 'one cuppa at a time'. In doing so he met a wide range of individuals, all with harrowing or uplifting stories to tell of 'pride and prejudice'. Join Daniel as he encounters foul-mouthed police officers, transgender treasures, a billionaire's butler, gay jackaroos and straight lumberjacks looking to change.
Dance of the reptiles : selected columns, Carl Hiaasen. 975.9 HIA
A collection of Carl Hiaasen's best columns from the past twelve years, covering topics that have become national issues including hurricanes, off-shore drilling, voting rights, and political corruption.
Dandelion hunter : foraging the urban wilderness, Rebecca Lerner. 581.632 LER
In this engaging and eye-opening read, forager-journalist Becky Lerner sets out on a quest to find her inner hunter-gatherer in the city of Portland, Oregon.
Deep field : dispatches from the frontlines of aid relief from Pakistan to Kazan, The Punjab to the Pacific, Tom Bamforth. 361.26 BAM
Dot complicated : how to make it through life online in one piece, Randi Zuckerberg. 303.483 ZUC
From Randi Zuckerberg, social media and technology expert and former marketing executive at Facebook, comes a welcome, essential guide to understanding social media and technology, and how they influence and inform our lives online and off.
How to be an outstanding childminder, Allison Lee. 362.71 LEE
I met lucky people : the story of the Romani Gypsies, Yaron Matras. 305.891497 MAT
Phil Cross : Gypsy Joker to a Hell's Angel, Phil and Meg Cross. 302.34 CRO
This is the story of one man's fifty-plus year life in the unique, often dangerous, and always exciting culture of the three patch motorcycle club.
Psi wars : TED, Wikipedia and the battle for the Internet, Craig Weiler. 501 WEI
Reconfiguration of fono for the maintenance of Samoan language, Papaaliitele Moeimanono Fouvaa. 306.44 FOU
An issue facing Samoan families and their children living in New Zealand is the decline of Samoan language … The hypothesis is that one way Samoans use to ensure the maintenance of their language is through the family fono and church fono.
Redefining girly : how parents can fight the stereotyping and sexualizing of girlhood, from birth to tween, Melissa Atkins Wardy. 305.23 WAR
Sex after : women share how intimacy changes as life changes, Iris Krasnow. 306.7 KRA
Sisterly love, Cloris De Matteis. 305.851 DE
An account of Cloris De Matteis middle class family, Italian life of the 50's and 60's until she leaves Italy bound for Australia. Her account of her life in Australia is entitled "An Italian down under"
Sorry we have no space, Joseph Wakim. 305.8927 WAK
Sorry we have no space explores how an 'average joe' became ignited by his fury over war and death to become one of Australia's most fearless independent newspaper columnists.
Starship : inside our national children's hospital, Dr. Lochie Teague. 362.19892 STA
The global war for internet governance, Laura DeNardis. 384.3 DEN
The good life lab : radical experiments in hands-on living, Wendy Jehanara Tremayne. 640 JEH
This is the inspirational story of how one couple ditched their careers and high-pressure life in New York City to move to rural New Mexico, where they made, built, invented, foraged, and grew all they needed to live self-sufficiently.
The great indoors : at home in the modern British house, Ben Highmore. 392.36 HIG
The rise and fall of National Women's Hospital : a history, Linda Bryder. 362.11 BRY
The second machine age : work, progress, and prosperity in a time of brilliant technologies, Erik Brynjolfsson, Andrew McAfee. 303.483 BRY
Undercover : the true story of Britain's secret police, Rob Evans & Paul Lewis. 363.232 EVA
This was an undercover operation so secret that some of our most senior police officers had no idea it existed. The job of the clandestine unit was to monitor British 'subversives' environmental activists, anti-racist groups, and animal rights campaigners.
Unpacking the kists : the Scots in New Zealand, Brad Patterson,. 305.89163 PAT
Until we all come home : a harrowing journey, a mother's courage, a race to freedom, Kim de Blecourt with Ginger Kolbaba. 362.734 BLE
De Blecourt's riveting first- person account of her battle to free her adopted son from a corrupt regime reveals the abiding power of God's protective care.
Wheels stop : the tragedies and triumphs of the Space Shuttle Program, 1986-2011, Rick Houston. 629.441 HOU

Sport & Recreation

A complete guide to New Zealand kayak fishing, Tim Taylor. 797.122 TAY
ABCs of rifle shooting, David Watson. 799.31 WAT
Abseiling : a manual for instructors, compilers: Karen Corcoran. 796.522 ABS
Acrobatics for children & teenagers, Michael Blume. 796.47 BLU
Australian football : steps to success, Andrew McLeod, Trevor D. Jaques. 796.336 MCL
Bowls through the decades : the proud history of over 100 years of bowls in New Zealand, written by John Carter. 796.315 CAR
Chess tactics for the tournament player, Sam Palatnik. 794.12 PAL
Classic New Zealand mountain bike rides, Jonathan Kennett. 796.63 KEN
Coaching cross country successfully, Pat Tyson with Doug Binder. 796.428 TYS
Lacrosse for dummies, Jim Hinkson and Joe Lombardi. 796.347 HIN
Masterly batting : 100 great test centuries, compiled and edited by Patrick Ferriday & Dave Wilson. 796.3586 MAS
Outdoor safety : risk management for outdoor leaders, author: Cathye Haddock. 796.5 HAD
Rugby in the bays : a history of rugby in Golden Bay, Motueka and Murchison to 1970, Mike Parkinson. 796.33306 PAR
Softball : steps to success, Diane Potter, Lynn V. Johnson. 796.3578 POT
The champion's mind : how great athletes think, train, and thrive, Jim Afremow. 796 AFR
The history of cycling in fifty bikes, Tom Ambrose. 629.2272 AMB
The thrill of the hunt and other short stories, David M. Johns. 799.2 JOH
Tracks of a hunter, John Royle. 799.2 ROY

Trains, Boats, Planes

Flight radio for pilots : VFR operations, editorial team, David Robson, Melanie Waddell, Henry Buttner. 629.135 FLI
On the wings of history. Volume 01, The Vintage Aviator collection, written and edited by Allan Udy. 358.43 UDY
Wellington's railway stations : a contemporary pictorial, Sean Millar. 385.314 MIL


2nd New Zealand Divisional Cavalry : men with No1 Troop and B Squadron, 1943 to 1945, Italy, compiled by Philip Deed. 940.541 DEE
A German Tommy : the secret of a war hero, Ken Anderson. 940.48 MER
A strong sense of duty : the First World War letters of Chaplain the Reverend Clive Mortimer Jones 1917-1920, editors: Herbert H Farrant, Elizabeth Morey, Delysse Storey. 940.478 MOR
Anzac's long shadow : the cost of our national obsession.. 940.42 BRO
In Anzac's Long Shadow, James Brown, a former army officer and brilliant young thinker, describes how Australia is investing too much time, money and emotion in the Anzac legend.
Bonzo's war : animals under fire 1939-1945, Clare Campbell. 355.424 CAM
Burma Railway Man : secret letters from a japanese POW : the remarkable record of Charles Steel, a Japanese POW, Charles Steel. 940.5472 STE
Defiant : the POWs who endured Vietnam's most infamous prison, the women who fought for them, and the one who never returned, Alvin Townley. 959.7043
Englanders and Huns : how five decades of enmity led to the First World War, James Hawes. 940.341 HAW
Last post : rugby's wartime roll call, Ron Palenski. 796.333 PAL
Massacre at Passchendaele : the New Zealand story, Glyn Harper. 940.43 HAR
Military robots and drones : a reference handbook, Paul J. Springer. 355.02 SPR
Moon over Malaya : the 2nd Argylls and Plymouth Argyll Royal Marines in Malaya and Singapore, Jonathan Moffatt and Audrey Holmes McCormick. 940.5425
The bombers and the bombed : Allied air war over Europe 1940-1945, Richard Overy. 940.544 OVE
The D-Day atlas : anatomy of the Normandy Campaign, Charles Messenger. 940.5421 MES
The fateful year : England 1914, Mark Bostridge. 940.3 BOS
The girl with the white flag : a spellbinding account of love and courage in wartime Okinawa, Tomiko Higa. 940.5425 HIG
Separated from her family in the confusion and horror of World War II, seven-year-old Tomiko Higa struggles to survive on the battlefield of Okinawa, Japan.
The New Zealand Cross : the rarest bravery award in the world, Dr. Brian L. Kieran. 355.134 KIE
Wellingtons over the Med : a kiwi bomber pilot's story from the Mediterranean, Richard Stowers. 940.5421 STO