New Titles Non-Fiction December 2015 (arrived in November 2015)

Art & Architecture

Antoni Gaudi : 1852-1926 : from nature to architecture/ Maria Antonietta Crippa., . 720.946 GAU
Art + religion in the 21st century, Aaron Rosen. 704.948 ROS
Beginner's guide to digital painting in Photoshop : characters. 006.68 BEG
Derek Boshier : Rethink/Re-entry 709.41 BOS
Designed for the future : 80 practical ideas for a sustainable world, [edited by] Jared Green. 720.47 DES
Does Maori art history matter?, Deidre Brown, Ngarino Ellis & Jonathan Mane-Wheoki. 704.03994 BRO
Ellsworth Kelly, Tricia Y. Paik. 769.973 KEL
The definitive monograph, created in close collaboration with the artist, a pioneer of abstract art, who influenced subsequent generations of artists such as Tauba Auerbach, Matt Connors and Alex Israel.
Erte : art deco master of graphic art & illustration, Rosalind Ormiston. 746.92 ERT
Perhaps no individual is more associated with the 20th century art deco revival than Russian-born French artist and designer, Erte. Although his talent spanned many creative fields, Erte is perhaps best-known for his theatre and fashion designs, which were often later translated into beautiful silkscreen prints.
Frank Auerbach, Catherine Lampert. 759.2 AUE
Gaudi of Barcelona, essay by Lluis Permanyer. 720.946 PER
Georg Baselitz : back then, in between, and today, Ulrich Wilmes. 759.3 BAS
Giacometti : pure presence, Paul Moorhouse. 709.494 GIA
Since his death at the age of sixty-four in 1966, Alberto Giacometti has become recognised internationally as one of the most important artists of the twentieth century and sales of his sculptures now achieve record breaking prices.
Goya : the portraits, Xavier Bray. 759.6 GOY
Picturing the Americas : landscape painting from Tierra del Fuego to the Arctic, Peter John Brownlee. 758.17 PIC
Rebuilt : inspiring recovery stories from quake-damaged Canterbury homes, text by Lucinda Diack. 728.0993 DIA
Shirley Trevena's Watercolors., . 751.422 TRE
The age of Empire : Britain's Imperial architecture from 1880-1930, Clive Aslet. 720.9 ASL
The LEGO architect, Tom Alphin. 688.725 ALP
Uses LEGO models to explore Neoclassical, Art Deco, Brutalist, Modernist, and other architectural styles. Each chapter includes a discussion of the architectural movement, photographs of famous real-life buildings, and a gallery of LEGO models, with step-by-step building instructions.
The paintings that revolutionized art, [translated from the German by Phillipa Hurd]. 759 PAI
The rape of Europa : the intriguing history of Titian's masterpiece, Charles FitzRoy. 759.5 TIT
The trip : Andy Warhol's plastic fantastic cross-country adventure, Deborah Davis. 709.73 WAR
From the author of Strapless and Guest of Honor, a book about a little-known road trip Andy Warhol took from New York to LA in 1963, and how that journey and the numerous artists and celebrities he encountered profoundly affected his life and art.
Warhol & Mapplethorpe : guise & dolls, Patricia Hickson. 700.4 WAR
This exciting and original book is the first to consider the two artists together, examining the powerful portraits they created during the vibrant and tumultuous era bookended by the Stonewall riots and the AIDS crisis.
Worship : a history of New Zealand church design, text, Bill McKay ; photography, Jane Ussher. 726.5 MCK


4.6L & 5.4L Ford engines : how to rebuild, George Reid. 629.2504 REI
Car emblems : the ultimate guide to automobile logos worldwide, Giles Chapman. 629.222 CHA
Lamborghini : model by model, Peter Collins. 629.2222 LAM
Petrolheads : awesome Kiwi car collections, Steve Holmes. 629.222 HOL


Absolute pandemonium : a memoir, Brian Blessed. 792.028 BLE
Crammed with anecdotes from his illustrious career, this is a funny, warm-hearted, life-affirming, LOUD and unique memoir from a much-loved figure.
An improbable friendship : the story of Yasser Arafat's mother-in-law, the wife of Israel's top general and their forty-year mission of peace, Anthony David. 327.172 TAW
An Improbable Friendship is the dual biography of Israeli Ruth Dayan, now ninety-seven, who was Moshe Dayan's wife for thirty-seven years, and Palestinian journalist Raymonda Tawil, Yasser Arafat's mother-in-law, now seventy-four.
Audrey at home : memories of my mother's kitchen with recipes, photographs, and personal stories, Luca Dotti with Luigi Spinola. 791.43028 HEP
Enter Audrey Hepburn's private world in this unique biography compiled by her son that combines recollections, anecdotes, excerpts from her personal correspondence, drawings, and recipes for her favorite dishes written in her own hand, and more than 250 previously unpublished personal family photographs.
Big blue sky : a memoir, Peter Garrett. 324.2 GAR
Garrett has an extraordinary story to tell. He writes movingly about his lifelong mission to protect the environment and champion indigenous communities and issues, about his love for his family and his passion for our country: what it means to him and what it can become.
Born to fight, Mark Hunt and Ben Mckelvey. 796.815 HUN
Raw, confronting and honest, UFC champion Mark Hunt's inspiring autobiography shows it is possible to defy the odds and carve a better life.
Brief candle in the dark : my life in science, Richard Dawkins. 509.2 DAW
Richard Dawkins continues his autobiography, following the threads that have run through the second half of his life so far and homing in on the key individuals, institutions and ideas that inspired and motivated him.
Call me Dave : the unauthorised biography of David Cameron, Michael Ashcroft & Isabel Oakeshott. 941.086 CAM
After a decade as Conservative Party leader, David Cameron remains an enigma to those outside his tight-knit inner circle. This authoritative biography of Britain's youngest Prime Minister for nearly 200 years provides a fascinating insight into the man only those closest to him know.
Charlotte Bronte : a life, Claire Harman. 823.8 BRO
Fast girl : a life spent running from madness, Suzy Favor Hamilton. 796.42 FAV
During the 1990s, three-time Olympian Suzy Favor Hamilton was the darling of American track and field. An outstanding runner, a major sports apparel spokesperson, and a happily married wife, she was the model for an active, healthy, and wholesome life. But her perfect facade masked a dark truth: manic depression and bipolar disorder that drove her obsession to perform and win.
Freddie Mercury : the great pretender : a life in pictures, [text, Sean O'Hagan]. 781.66 MER
Frost : that was the life that was : the authorised biography, Neil Hegarty. 927.9145 FRO
Frost is an epic story of personal achievement set amidst a rapidly changing world, encountering the great and the good that have dominated news and entertainment over the last fifty years.
George and Martha Washington : a revolutionary marriage, Flora Fraser. 973.4 WAS
Gilliamesque : my me, me, me memoir, Terry Gilliam and Ben Thompson. 791.43092 GIL
Terry Gilliam's life has been as vivid and unorthodox as one of his films. Telling his story for the first time, the director of Time Bandits, Brazil, The Adventures of Baron Munchausen, The Fisher King, 12 Monkeys and Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas not to mention co-founder of Monty Python's Flying Circus recalls his life so far.
Giving up the ghost : a memoir, Hilary Mantel. 823.914 MAN
From the double Man Booker Prize-winning author of 'Wolf Hall', a wry, shocking and beautiful memoir of childhood, ghosts, hauntings, illness and family.
Goddess of love incarnate : the life of stripteuse Lili St. Cyr, Leslie Zemeckis. 792.7 ZEM
Lili St. Cyr was, in the words of legendary reporter Mike Wallace, the 'highest paid stripteaser in America.' Lili led an incredible life six marriages alongside great fame and money. Lili was named one of the world's ten most beautiful women alongside Ava Gardner and Brigitte Bardot. Yet she lost it all, becoming a recluse in her final decades.
Hemingway in love : his own story : a memoir, A. E. Hotchner. 813.52 HEM
Hunger makes me a modern girl : a memoir, Carrie Brownstein. 781.64 BRO
A narrative of rock guitarist and actor Brownstein's escape from a turbulent family life into a world where music was the means toward self-invention, community, and rescue.
Imprudent king : a new life of Philip II, Geoffrey Parker. 946.04 PHI
James I : the Stewart Dynasty in Scotland, Michael Brown. 941.104 JAM
James IV : the Stewart Dynasty in Scotland, Norman Macdougall. 941.104 JAM
John le Carre : the biography, Adam Sisman. 823.914 LE
My story, Steven Garrard. 796.334 GER
Steven Gerrard legendary captain of Liverpool and England - tells the story of the highs and lows of a twenty-year career at the top of English and world football.
Out of the Vaipe, the deadwater : a writer's early life, Albert Wendt. 828.914 WEN
Albert Wendt recalls his boyhood in the Vaipe, a suburb of Apia in Samoa, just metres from the local cinema, and his life-changing schooling as a scholarship student at an initially foreign New Plymouth Boys' High School.
Reckoning : a memoir, Magda Szubanski. 790.2 SZU
Heartbreaking, joyous, traumatic, intimate and revelatory, Reckoning is the book where Magda Szubanski, one of Australia's most beloved performers, tells her story.
RFK Jr. : Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. and the dark side of the dream, Jerry Oppenheimer. 973.9 KEN
Presents a portrait of Senator Robert Kennedy's son that discusses his reputation as a crusading environmental activist and lawyer, his drug and sex addictions, and the tragic suicide of his second wife.
Sinatra, Andrew Howick. 791.092 SIN
Sinatra : the chairman, James Kaplan. 791.092 SIN
Presents a behind-the-scenes examination of the life and career of the legendary performer that offers insight into his prolific accomplishments, multidimensional character, and complex relationships.
Stolen lives : the untold stories of the Lawson quins, Paul Little. 306.875 LAW
Based on unprecedented access to the quins themselves, and featuring many never before seen family photos, this is a story about the strength of love and family and their ability, in the face of horrendous obstacles, not just to survive but to triumph.
Take six girls : the lives of the Mitford sisters, Laura Thompson. 929.2 MIT
The blue touch paper : a memoir, David Hare. 822.914 HAR
In The Blue Touch Paper David Hare describes a life of trial and error: both how he became a writer and the high price he and those around him paid for that decision.
The lost Tudor princess : a life of Margaret Douglas, Countess of Lennox, Alison Weir. 942.052 LEN
Undiluted hocus-pocus : the autobiography of Martin Gardner., . 510.92 GAR
The late "Scientific American" columnist who published books on topics ranging from magic and math to philosophy and religion chronicles his life, from his childhood to his service in the Navy to his varied professional pursuits.
Unfaithful music & disappearing ink, Elvis Costello. 781.66 COS
"Unfaithful Music" describes how Costello's career has endured for almost four decades through a combination of dumb luck and animal cunning, even managing the occasional absurd episode of pop stardom. The memoir, written entirely by Costello himself, offers his unique view of his unlikely and sometimes comical rise to international success.
Up with the lark : my life on the land, Joan Bomford. 630.92 BOM
Joan Bomford wanted to be a farmer. As an 8 year-old she was the first person in the family to drive a tractor. No job was ever too tough for her. Now aged 83, she's still as active, still driving tractors, still feeding the farm's beef cattle and horses, and still giving riding lessons. This is her account of a lifelong love-affair with the land and the people who work on it.

Business & Management

A crowdfunder's strategy guide : build a better business by building community, Jamey Stegmaier. 658.152 STE
Beat accelerating customer expectations with trend-driven innovation, Henry Mason. 658.812 MAS
Bridging the soft skills gap : how to teach the missing basics to today's young talent, Bruce Tulgan. 658.3124 TUL
Solve the number one problem with today's young workforce the soft skills gap - personal attributes that enable someone to interact effectively and harmoniously with other people.
Building the fit organization : six core principles for making your company stronger, faster, and more competitive, Daniel Markovitz. 658.314 MAR
Leadership BS : fixing workplaces and careers one truth at a time, Jeffrey Pfeffer. 658.409 PFE
Managing employee performance and reward : concepts, practices, strategies, John Shields. 658.3125 SHI
Mastering the challenges of leading change : inspire the people and succeed where others fail, H. James Dallas. 658.409 DAL
Million dollar women : raise capital and take your business further, faster, Julia Pimsleur. 658.11 PIM
POP! : create the perfect pitch, title, and tagline for anything, Sam Horn. 658.8 HOR
Raising the bar : women in law and business, Natalya King. 331.48 KIN
Screen to screen selling : how to increase sales, productivity, and customer experience with the latest technology, Doug Devitre. 658.872 DEV
Taking charge : your future, Chris Johnson. 650.14 JOH
Team genius : the new science of high-performing organizations, Rich Karlgaard. 658.402 KAR
The consultant's handbook : a practical guide to delivering high-value and differentiated services in a competitive marketplace, Samir Parikh. 658.46 PAR
The essential workplace conflict handbook : a quick and handy resource for any manager, team leader, HR professional, or anyone who wants to resolve disputes and increase productivity, Barbara Mitchell and Cornelia Gamlem. 658.3145 MIT
The optimistic workplace : creating an environment that energizes everyone, Shawn Murphy. 658.312 MUR
Walking the talk : building a culture for success, Carolyn Taylor. 658.4 TAY

Civil Rights

One treaty, one nation : the book every New Zealander should read, Hugh Barr, Don Brash, Mike Butler, Reuben Chapple, Peter Cresswell, Bruce Moon, John Robinson, David Round. 323.11994 BAR
Back in 1975 Waitangi Day and the Treaty of Waitangi Act were set up to foster a sense of nationhood and a greater awareness of the Treaty as a symbol that embraces us all. What we got instead was years of protest and vitriol while billions of dollars have been taken from everyone and handed over to private tribal trusts. How did we get to this?


Vintage toys, Alessandra Sardo. 688.72 SAR


A prehistory of the cloud, Tung-Hui Hu. 004.6 HU
Drupla 8 for absolute beginners, James Barnett. 006.7 BAR
Information architecture : for the web and beyond, Louis Rosenfild. 004.67 ROS
Machines of loving grace : the quest for common ground between humans and robots, John Markoff. 629.892 MAR
Raspberry Pi home automation with Arduino : unleash the power of the most popular microboards to build convenient, useful, and fun home automation projects, Andrew K. Dennis. 629.89 DEN
What to think about machines that think : today's leading thinkers on the age of machine intelligence, John Brockman. 006.3 WHA
Windows 10 : the missing manual, David Pogue. 005.446 MIC
You: for sale : protecting your personal data and privacy online, Stuart Sumner. 005.8 SUM

Crafts & Collecting

Everyday style : key pieces to sew + sccessories, styling, and inspiration, Lotta Jansdotter ; photographs by Jenny Hallengren. 646.404 JAN
Sew Scandianavian : 35 stylish projects to stitch, Kajsa Kinsella. 646.21 KIN
Stitch kitsch : 44 happy sewing projects from home decor to accessories, Jennifer Heynen. 646.2 HEY
Stylish party dresses : 26 easy and inexpensive sew-it-yourself dresses for that special occasion, Yoshiko Tsukiori. 646.407 TSU
The art of the contemporary doll, Sandra Korinchak. 688.722 KOR
Crafted : objects in flux, Emily Zilber. 745.4 ZIL
This pioneering publication brings together work by nearly 40 international artists, whose varied approaches are not only pushing but redefining the boundaries of what we call craft today.
Beaded lace knitting : [techniques & 25 beaded lace designs for shawls, scarves & more], Anniken Allis. 746.43 ALL
Carole's flower truck : flowers every day for New Zealand homes, Carole Bowden. 745.92 BOW
Knits for real people : fitting and sewing fashion knit fabrics, Susan Neall. 646.2 NEA
Mollie makes knitting : go from beginner to expert with over 30 new projects., . 746.432 MOL
Pink up your life! : the world of pink design, editor and layout, Manuela Roth. 745.2 PIN
The art of slip-stitch knitting : techniques, stitches, projects, Faina Goberstein. 746.432 GOB
The ceramics design course : principles, practice, techniques, Anthony Quinn. 738.14 QUI
The complete book of chalk lettering : create and develop your own style, Valerie McKeehan. 745.61 MCK
The craft companion : the a-z guide to modern crafting, Ramona Barry & Rebecca Jobson. 745.5 BAR
The Spoonflower handbook : a DIY guide to designing fabric, wallpaper & gift wrap, Stephen Fraser. 746.62 FRA
Veranda : the romance of flowers, Clinton Smith. 745.92 SMI
Whimsical woollies, Marie Mayhew. 746.0463 MAY


Shadows in the vineyard : the true story of a plot to poison the world's greatest wine, Maximillian Potter. 364.164 POT
The profession of violence : the rise and fall of the Kray twins, John Pearson. 364.1 KRA
The classic, bestselling account of the infamous Kray twins, now a major film.
The secret train robber : the real Great Train Robbery mastermind revealed, Lee Sturley. 364.1552 STU
The strange case of Thomas Quick : the Swedish serial killer and the psychoanalyst who created him, Dan Josefsson. 364.1523 QUI
They all love Jack : busting the Ripper, Bruce Robinson. 364.1523 JAC
In They all love Jack, the award-winning film director and screenwriter Bruce Robinson exposes the cover-up that enabled one of history's most notorious serial killers to remain at large. It is demolishing the theories of generations of self-appointed experts the so-called 'Ripperologists' to make clear, at last, who really did it; and more importantly, how he managed to get away with it for so long.


Capitalism : money, morals and markets, John Plender. 330.12 PLE
Capitalism's toxic assumptions : redefining next generation economics, Eve Poole. 330.12 POO
Diane Foreman : in the arena, with Jenni McManus. 338.04 FOR
A candid portrait of one of New Zealand's most successful entrepreneurs, as well as a practical hands-on guide to what it takes to succeed in business.
Driving Honda : inside the world's most innovative car company, Jeffrey Rothfeder. 338.762 AME
GDP : a brief but affectionate history, Diane Coyle. 339.3 COY
Why did the size of the U.S. economy increase by 3 percent on one day in mid-2013 or Ghana's balloon by 60 percent overnight in 2010? Why did the U.K. financial industry show its fastest expansion ever at the end of 2008 just as the world's financial system went into meltdown? This title deals with these questions.
Guide to investing in gold & silver : protect your financial future, Mike Maloney. 332.6328 MAL
Pensionize your nest egg : how to use product allocation to create a guaranteed income for life, Moshe A. Milevsky. 332.024 MIL
Swimming with sharks : my journey into the world of bankers, Joris Luyendijk. 332.10942 LUY
The China boom : why China will not rule the world, Ho-fung Hung. 330.951 HUN
The economics of immigration : market-based approaches, social science, and public policy, Benjamin Powell. 325 ECO
The hidden wealth of nations : the scourge of tax havens, Gabriel Zucman. 336.24 ZUC
The joy of tax : how a fair tax system can create a better society, Richard Murphy. 336.2 MUR
The return of ordinary capitalism : neoliberalism, precarity, occupy, Sanford F. Schram. 330.12 SCH
Wealth and New Zealand, Max Rashbrooke. 339.2 RAS


Learning for life : how continuous education will keep us competitive in the global knowledge economy, Jason Wingard and Michelle LaPointe. 331.11 WIN
The second course : women returning to study tell their stories : a collection of women's personal stories, Judith Anne Crews. 378.0082 CRE


A comprehensive guide to composites : processes & procedures from the professionals, Kevin Fochtman. 620.118 FOC
Brunel's kingdom : in the footsteps of Britain's greatest engineer, John Christopher. 620.0092 BRU
This book concentrates upon the structures, buildings and legacy of Brunel, introducing the reader to this great engineer and embarking upon a tour around Britain that reveals the many locations with a Brunel connection.
Building your own drones : a beginner's guide to drones, UAVs, and ROVs, John Baichtal. 629.046 BAI
Compact layout design, Iain Rice. 625.19 RIC
Electronics, Charles Platt. 621.381 PLA
Getting started with drones, Terry Kilby and Belinda Kilby. 629.1326 KIL
Our robots, ourselves : robotics and the myths of autonomy, David A. Mindell. 629.892 MIN
Robot takeover : 100 iconic robots of myth, popular culture & real life, Ana Matronic. 629.892 MAT


From clueless to class act : manners for the modern man, Jodi R. R. Smith. 395.1 SMI
The tricky art of co-existing : how to behave decently no matter what life throws your way, Sandi Toksvig. 395 TOK


Red combines : 1915-2015 : the authoritative guide to International Harvester and Case IH combines and harvesting equipment, Lee Klancher. 633.104 KLA
The joy of hobby farming : grow food, raise animals, and enjoy a sustainable life, Michael and Audrey Levatino. 630 LEV


Art + fashion : collaborations and connections between icons, E. P. Cutler and Julien Tomasello. 391 CUT
Fashion victims : the dangers of dress past and present, Alison Matthews David. 646.3 MAT
Fear and clothing : unbuckling American style, Cintra Wilson. 391 WIL
My mother's clothes : an album of memories, Jeanette Montgomery Barron. 391.2 BAR
A photo essay in which Jeannette Montgomery Barron pays tribute to her late mother through memories and photographs of her clothing, shoes, and personal possessions.
Stitches in time : the story of the clothes we wear, Lucy Adlington. 391 ADL
Riffling through the wardrobes of years gone by, costume historian Lucy Adlington reveals the rich stories underlying the clothes we wear in this stylish tour of the most important developments in the history of fashion, from ancient times to the present day.

Film, Television & Theatre

Ayoade on Ayoade : a cinematic odyssey, Richard Ayoade. 791.43023 AYO
Back to the Future : the ultimate visual history, written by Michael Klastorin. 791.437 KLA
Middle-earth New Zealand : landscape and location in The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit film trilogies, Ian Brodie. 791.437 BRO
Movie star chronicles : a visual history of the world's greatest movie stars, general editor, Ian Haydn Smith. 791.43028 MOV
The 101 greatest plays : from antiquity to the present, Michael Billington. 792 BIL
The Doctors are in : the essential and unofficial guide to Doctor Who's greatest Time Lord, Graeme Burk, Robert Smith. 791.457 BUR
The Lord of the Rings, Lorna Piatti-Farnell. 791.437 LOR
The movie book. 791.4309 MOV


Es war einmal: Grim(m) fairy tales for Aotearoa/New Zealand. 398.2 ES
The heading dog who split in half : legends and tall tales from New Zealand, written by Michael Brown. 398.20993 BRO

Food & Wine

150 best vegan muffin recipes, Camilla V. Saulsbury. 641.815 SAU
A modern way to cook : over 150 quick, smart and flavour-packed recipes for every day, Anna Jones. 641.5 JON
Alpine cookbook : comfort food from the mountains, Hans Gerlanch. 641.59494 GER
Alpine Cookbook" includes more than 110 recipes from Bavaria, Austria, and Switzerland, and highlights the variety of dishes this regional cuisine has to offer.
At home, Mary Berry. 641.5 BER
Bluebells Cakery : sweet & savoury, Karla Goodwin. 641.815 GOO
Cornersmith : recipes from the cafe and picklery, Alex Elliott-Howery and James Grant. 641.564 ELL
David Herbert's best home cooking, photography by Brent Parker Jones. 641.5 HER
Davina's 5 weeks to sugar-free, Davina McCall. 641.5638 MCC
Eating well made easy : deliciously healthy recipes for everyone, every day, Lorraine Pascale. 641.563 PAS
Falafel for breakfast : modern Middle Eastern recipes for any time of the day from Kepos Street Kitchen, Michael Rantissi & Kristy Frawley. 641.5956 RAN
Ferment your vegetables : a fun and flavorful guide to making your own pickles, kimchi, kraut, and more, Amanda Feifer. 664.02 FEI
Heal your gut : [supercharged food], Lee Holmes. 641.5631 HOL
Herring tales : how the silver darlings shaped human taste and history, Donald S. Murray. 394.12 MUR
Hey there, dumpling! : 100 recipes for dumplings, buns, noodles, and other Asian treats, Kenny Lao. 641.595 LAO
Homemade happiness, Chelsea Winter. 641.5 WIN
Honey & jam : seasonal baking from my kitchen in the mountains, Hannah Queen. 641.86 QUE
Life in balance : a fresher approach to eating, Donna Hay. 641.563 HAY
Little foodie : recipes for babies & toddlers with taste, Michele Olivier with Sara Peternell. 641.5622 OLI
Love your leftovers : recipes for the resourceful cook, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall. 641.552 FEA
Masu, Nic Watt. 641.5952 WAT
This stunning cookbook combines beautiful photography and creative styling and design with excellent recipes that have been designed to make Japanese cooking accessible.
Modern homebrew recipes : exploring styles and contemporary techniques, Gordon Strong. 641.873 STR
My kitchen year : 136 recipes that saved my life, Ruth Reichl. 641.564 REI
My Kitchen Year follows the change of seasons as Ruth Reichl heals through the simple pleasures of cooking after the abrupt closing of Gourmet magazine.
Nadia Lim's fresh start cookbook : over 100 delicious everyday recipes for lasting good health and weight loss., . 641.563 LIM
New German cooking : recipes for classics revisited, Jeremy & Jessica Nolen. 641.5943 NOL
Nourishing broth : an old-fashioned remedy for the modern world, Sally Fallon Morell. 641.813 FAL
Riverstone Kitchen : another helping, Bevan Smith. 641.5 SMI
Simply Nigella : [feel good food], Nigella Lawson. 641.5 LAW
Spiralize! : 40 nutritious recipes to transform the way you eat, Stephanie Jeffs. 641.65 JEF
The breast cancer cookbook : over 100 easy recipes for cancer prevention and to boost health during and after treatment, Professor Mohammed Keshtgar. 641.5631
The complete home baking collection, Simon Holst & Alison Holst. 641.815 HOL
The Hot Bread Kitchen cookbook : artisanal baking from around the world, Jessamyn Waldman Rodriguez. 641.815 ROD
The masters at home : recipes, stories & photographs, photographed by David Loftus. 641.59 MAS
Thirty master chefs from around the globe congregate in this ground- breaking book to celebrate delicious food for perfect weekends at home.
The pioneer woman cooks dinnertime : comfort classics, freezer food, 16-minute meals, and other delicious ways to solve supper, Ree Drummond. 641.54 DRU
The Silver Spoon quick and easy Italian recipes. 641.5945 SIL
The ultimate vegetarian collection, Alison & Simon Holst. 641.5636 HOL
Waste-free kitchen handbook : a guide to eating well and saving money by wasting less food, Dana Gunders. 641.552 GUN
Without grain : 100 delicious recipes for eating a grain-free, gluten-free, wheat-free diet, Hayley Barisa Ryczek. 641.563 RYC

Gardens and Gardening

365 days of colour in your garden, Nick Bailey. 635.9 BAI
At home in the garden, Carolyne Roehm. 635.09746 ROE
Big-leaf rhododendrons : growing the giants of the genus, Glyn Church. 635.97 RHO
Coast, country, neighbourhood, city, Isthmus, Michael Barrett. 712.0993 COA
First and foremost, this is a book about New Zealand landscape architecture and urban design, viewed through the lens of Isthmus, an award-winning design studio that for more than 25 years has been shaping and reshaping the way we experience our land and cityscapes.
Cultivating chaos : how to enrich landscapes with self-seeding plants, Jonas Reif. 715 REI
Endless pleasure : exploring and collecting among the byways of gardens and gardening, Trevor Nottle. 635 NOT
Growing orchard fruits : a directory of varieties and how to cultivate them successfully, Richard Bird and Kate Whiteman. 634 BIR
Growing root vegetables : a directory of varieties and how to cultivate them successfully, Richard Bird and Christine Ingram. 635.1 BIR
Indoor green : living with plants, Mr Kitly's Bree Claffey. 635.965 CLA
Te mahi mara hua parakore : a Maori food sovereignty handbook, na Jessica Hutchings. 635.0484 HUT
Jessica Hutchings (hua parakore gardener, activist, academic and certified Te Waka Kai Ora grower) explains the political implications of the decisions that we make about growing and eating kai. She encourages us to take control over the food security of our whanau, providing practical advice on how to grow kai in accordance with the kaupapa of hua parakore.
The book of pears : the definitive history and guide to over 500 varieties, Joan Morgan. 634.13 MOR
The coastal garden : design inspiration from wild New Zealand, Isobel Gabites. 635.951 GAB
The forest garden greenhouse : how to design and manage an indoor permaculture oasis, Jerome Osentowski. 631.58 OSE
The produce companion : from balconies to backyards, the complete guide to growing, pickling and preserving, Meredith Kirton & Mandy Sinclair. 635 KIR
The Royal Horticultural Society allotment : handbook & planner 635 ROY
World of gardens, John Dixon Hunt. 712 DIX

Health & Medicine

A guide to survivorship for women who have ovarian cancer, Robert E. Bristow, Terri L. Cornelison, F. J. Montz. 616.994 GUI
Before and after cancer treatment : heal faster, better, stronger, Julie K. Silver, M.D. 616.994 SIL
Brain storms : the race to unlock the mysteries of Parkinson's disease, Jon Palfreman. 616.833 PAL
Cannabis extracts in medicine : the promise of benefits in seizure disorders, cancer and other conditions, Jeffrey Dach. 615.32 DAC
Dr. Susan Love's breast book, Susan M. Love. 618.19 LOV
Healing autoimmune disease : a plan to help your immune system and reduce inflammation, Sandra Cabot and Margaret Jasinska. 616.978 CAB
How to conceive naturally : and have a healthy pregnancy after 30, Christa Orecchio. 618.178 ORE
Integrated approaches to infertility, IVF, and recurrent miscarriage : a handbook, Justine Bold. 618.178 INT
Life on the autism spectrum : a guide for girls and women, Karen McKibbin. 616.8588 MCK
Manifesting Michelangelo : the true story of a modern-day miracle-that may make all change possible, Joseph Pierce Farrell. 615.852 FAR
The author describes the meditative process through which he discovered his ability to heal with his hands, outlining a five-step process designed to help readers tap their own potential to enable positive change.
Nourish : mind, body & soul, Amber Rose, Sadie Frost. 613 ROS
Nourish is an inspiring compendium by three women, three friends, covering good eating, well-being and fitness and exercise.
p53 : the gene that cracked the cancer code, Sue Armstrong. 616.994 ARM
This book tells the story of medical science's mission to unravel the mysteries of this crucial gene, and to get to the heart of what happens in our cells when they turn cancerous.
People with dementia speak out, Lucy Whitman. 616.83 PEO
Post-traumatic stress disorder : reduce and overcome the symptoms of PTSD, Belleruth Naparstek. 616.8521 NAP
Proteinaholic : how our obsession with meat is killing us and what we can do about it, Garth Davis, M.D. with Howard Jacobson, Ph. D. 613.28 DAV
Raw food weight loss & vitality : shedding pounds and becoming healthy with nature's candy, Andrew Perlot. 613.26 PER
Risky medicine : our quest to cure fear and uncertainty, Robert Aronowitz. 610.28 ARO
Will ever-more sensitive screening tests for cancer lead to longer, better lives? Will anticipating and trying to prevent the future complications of chronic disease lead to better health? Not always, says Robert Aronowitz in Risky Medicine.
The Buddha & the borderline : my recovery from borderline personality disorder through dialectical behavior therapy, Buddhism & online dating, Kiera Van Gelder. 616.8585
The complete guide to stretching, Christopher M. Norris. 613.71 NOR
The doctor's kidney diets : a nutritional guide to managing and slowing the progression of chronic kidney disease, Mandip S. Kang, MD, FASN. 616.61 KAN
The edge of life : controversies and challenges in human health, Mike Berridge. 610 BER
The gap between rapid scientific progress and public understanding is facing unprecedented challenges. Research scientist Mike Berridge explores this troubled ground from a rare vantage point.
The high fat diet : how to lose 10 lb in 14 days, Zana Morris & Helen Foster. 613.28 MOR
What's stressing your face? : a doctor's guide to proactive aging and healing : rosacea, hair loss, psoriasis, shingles and other facial conditions, Gylnis Ablon with Susanna DeSimone. 616.5 ABL

History, Geography & Travel

24 hours at Agincourt : 25 October 1415, Michael Jones. 944.026 JON
A traveller's year : 365 days of travel writing in diaries, journals and letters, compiled by Travis Elborough & Nick Rennison. 910.4 TRA
An Elizabethan assassin : Theodore Paleologus : seducer, spy and killer, John Hall. 942.055 PAL
Argentina. 982 ARG
Australia 994 RAW
Lonely Planet Australia
Beware the rugged Russian bear : British adventurers exposing the Bolsheviks, John Ure ; illustrations by Toby Ward. 947.08 URE
How a series of British spies, authors and adventurers risked their lives to expose the truth about the Soviet Union in the two decades after the Russian revolution.
Blood of the Celts : the new ancestral story, Jean Manco. 936.4 MAN
Boston, . 974.461 VOR
Boundaries : people and places of central Otago, Brian Turner. 993.94 TUR
Chasing the white whale : forgotten stories from New Zealand's Bay of Islands historic past, Lindsay McFarland Alexander. 993.13 ALE
Coming into the country, John McPhee. 979.8 MCP
In this unforgettable and astutely observed travel classic, Pulitzer Prize winner John McPhee journeys into the wild frontiers and frigid climate of Alaska exploring the diverse terrain of this northern US state.
Conquerors : how Portugal seized the Indian Ocean and forged the first global empire, Roger Crowley. 946.9 CRO
Dark history of the kings & queens of England : 1066 to the present day, Brenda Ralph Lewis. 941 LEW
Devotion : an epic story of heroism, friendship, and sacrifice, Adam Makos. 951.9042 MAK
Devotion tells the inspirational story of the U.S. Navy's most famous aviator duo, Lieutenant Tom Hudner and Ensign Jesse Brown, and the Marines they fought to defend.
Generation kill : living dangerously on the road to baghdad with the ultraviolent Marines of Bravo Company, Evan Wright. 956.7044 WRI
Gimson's kings & queens : brief lives of the forty monarchs since 1066, illustrated by Martin Rowson. 941 GIM
Going south : a road trip through life, Colin Hogg. 993.96 HOG
Great walks of New Zealand, Craig Potton with Shaun Barnett. 993 POT
Helen Clark : inside stories, Claudia Pond Eyley & Dan Salmon. 993.038 CLA
Through the words of the players themselves, sometimes raw, sometimes angry, we find ourselves taken inside the major political developments of the last fifty years. This is a frank, revealing account of Helen Clark and her world.
High country stations of the Mackenzie, Mary Hobbs. 993.88 HOB
How not to travel the world : adventures of a disaster-prone backpacker, Lauren Juliff. 910.41 JUL
How to win a Roman chariot race : lives, legends and treasures from the ancient world, Jane Hood. 937 HOO
Humans of New York. Stories, Brandon Stanton. 974.71 STA
Island kingdom : Tonga ancient and modern, Ian C. Campbell. 996.12 CAM
Israel & the Palestinian Territories, . 956.94 ROB
Lonely Planet Israel & the Palestinian Territories
Keep the flag flying : the history and meaning of the New Zealand flag, John McLean. 929.92 MCL
Kissed by a deer : a Tibetan odyssey, Margi Gibb. 951.5 GIB
The author travels to Tibet where a passionate quest for the personal and intellectual truth that only comes through lived experience begins.
Kissinger : 1923-1968 : the idealist, Niall Ferguson. 973.924 KIS
Kissinger's shadow : the long reach of America's most controversial statesman, Greg Grandin. 973.924 KIS
Love among the ruins : a memoir of life and love in Hamburg, 1945, Harry Leslie Smith. 943.515 SMI
At 22, the war is over for RAF serviceman Harry Leslie Smith. Stationed in occupied Hamburg, a city physically and emotionally ripped apart by Allied bombing, and determined to escape the grinding poverty of his Yorkshire youth, Harry unexpectedly finds a reason to stay: a young German woman by the name of Friede.
Mitchells of Parkside and Rosedale, North Otago, Nathalie Brown. 929.2 MIT
Nemesis : Aristotle Onasis, Jackie O, and the love triangle that brought down the Kennedys, Peter Evans. 387.5 ONA
Nesting on the Nushagak, Emma Stevens. 979.8 STE
Nesting on the Nushagak, the sequel memoir to the popular Walking on Ice, transports the reader deep into the heart of the Alaskan wilderness and the people who live there.
New Orleans 976.335 BAL
Lonely Planet New Orleans
New Zealand's worst disasters : true stories that rocked a nation, Graham Hutchins & Russell Young. 904 HUT
NZ frenzy : New Zealand North Island, Scott Cook. 993.1 COO
On me bike : cycling round New Zealand 80 years ago, Lloyd Geering. 993 GEE
Lloyd's wife Shirley, having so often heard him say, "I went there on me bike" insisted he record the intrepid cycling journeys he made around New Zealand as a young man in the 1930s and 1940s.
On Stalin's team : the years of living dangerously in Soviet politics, Sheila Fitzpatrick. 947.0842 STA
Drawing on extensive original research, Sheila Fitzpatrick provides the first in-depth account of Stalin's inner circle and their families, vividly describing how these dedicated comrades-in-arms not only worked closely with Stalin, whom they both feared and admired, but also constituted his social circle.
Paper tiger : inside the real China, Xu Zhiyuan. 330.951 ZHI
Pocket Lisbon : top sights, local life, made easy 946.94 CHR
Lonely Planet's Pocket Lisbon
Post marks : the way we were - early New Zealand postcards, 1897-1922, Leo Haks. 741.68 HAK
Promised you a miracle : UK80-82, Andy Beckett. 941.0858 BEC
Andy Beckett asks why Britain changed so rapidly and fundamentally during the 1980s.
Rajasthan, Delhi & Agra 954 CLA
Real modern : everyday New Zealand in the 1950s and 1960s, Bronwyn Labrum. 993.035 LAB
Red wine to kauri gum : the history of Dalmatian emigration to New Zealand's Kauri Gumfields prior to World War I, P.D. Matanga. 305.857 MAT
Riccarton and the Deans family : history and heritage, Joanna Orwin. 993.83 ORW
Rick Steves' Europe through the back door. 2016., . 940 STE
Rick Steves' Northern European cruise ports, Rick Steves. 948 STE
South Africa, Lesotho & Swaziland, . 968 SOU
South American handbook. 2016, Ben Box. 980 BOX
Speer : Hitler's architect, Martin Kitchen. 943.086 SPE
SPQR : a history of ancient Rome, Mary Beard. 937 BEA
A prominent classicist explores ancient Rome and how its citizens adapted the notion of imperial rule, invented the concepts of citizenship and nation, and made laws about those traditionally overlooked in history, including women, slaves, and criminals.
Tasmania 994.6 HAM
Lonely Planet Tasmania
The ancient world, Jerry Toner. 930 TON
The bush backblocks legacy : family and community life in northern New Zealand 1850-1950, written and illustrated by Bruce Duder. 993.1 DUD
The dead duke, his secret wife, and the missing corpse : an extraordinary Edwardian case of deception and intrigue, Piu Marie Eatwell. 941.081 EAT
One of the most notorious and bizarre mysteries of the Edwardian age.
The end of the Cold War : 1985-1991, Robert Service. 909.82 SER
The girl who stole stockings : the true story of Susannah Noon and the women of the convict ship Friends, Elsbeth Hardie. 364.374 NOO
The Iran-Iraq War, Pierre Razoux ; translated by Nicholas Elliott. 955.054 RAZ
The last of the president's men, Bob Woodward. 973.924 WOO
Bob Woodward exposes one of the final pieces of the Richard Nixon puzzle in his new book. Woodward reveals the untold story of Alexander Butterfield, the Nixon aide who disclosed the secret White House taping system that changed history and led to Nixon's resignation.
The legend of Mt White Station, Gerald Sandrey. 636.301 SAN
Mt White has attracted its share of colourful characters and high country legends. This book pays homage to them and to the rugged and beautiful landscape of Mt White station.
The new tsar : the rise and reign of Vladimir Putin, Steven Lee Myers. 947.086 PUT
The rough guide to Bangkok, . 959.3 GRA
The silk roads : a new history of the world, Peter Frankopan. 909 FRA
The Tangier diaries, John Hopkins. 964 HOP
Tangier in the 60s and 70s was a fabled place. This edge city, the Interzone, became muse and escapists dream for artists, writers, millionaires and socialites, who wrote, painted, partied and experienced life with an intensity and freedom that they never could back home.
The world's most exotic railway journeys : 50 of the most dramatic, scenic and long-distance routes across the globe, Brian Solomon. 910.4 SOL
To reach the clouds : my high-wire walk between the Twin Towers, Philippe Petit. 796.46 PET
One night in 1974, a young Frenchman secretly and illegally rigged a tightrope between the twin towers of the World Trade Center. At daybreak, he made eight crossings over the course of an hour, 110 floors up above the earth. This memoir he tells the story of how he conspired, connived, improvised, and insisted his way to this 'coup'.
To the ends of the earth : did the Greeks circumnavigate the world and settle New Zealand before the birth of Christ?, Maxwell C. Hill. 993.01 HIL
Venezuela, Ben Box. 987 BOX
Vernacular : the everyday landscape of New Zealand, Philip Smith + David Straight. 993 SMI
As long as people have lived in New Zealand, they have left traces of all kinds upon the land: stone walls, sculpted earthforms, urban benches, farm fences, boardwalks, walls, steps and drains. These everyday parts of our landscape are a frequently overlooked and underappreciated part of our cultural legacy. Landscape architect Philip Smith and photographer David Straight have travelled the length and breadth of New Zealand to document a wonderful diversity of forms and objects that make up our everyday landscape.
Voyaging with kids : a guide to family life afloat, Behan Gifford. 797.124 GIF
West Coast Australia, . 994.1 ATK
Lonely Planet West Coast Australia
Why the Dutch are different : a journey into the hidden heart of the Netherlands, Ben Coates. 949.2 COA
Wild life among the Pacific Islanders, E.H. Lamont, Esq. 990 LAM
This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. This work was reproduced from the original artifact, and remains as true to the original work as possible.

House & Garden

Creative children's spaces : fresh and imaginative ideas for modern family homes, Ashlyn Gibson. 747.77 GIB
Easy luxury : an expert guide to creating your perfect home, Darren Palmer. 747 PAL
Fine little day : ideas, collections and interiors, Elisabeth Dunker. 747 DUN
Framing floors, walls & ceilings, editors of Fine Homebuilding. 694.2 FRA
HomeMade modern : smart DIY designs for a stylish home, Ben Uyeda. 684.104 UYE
How to make slipcovers : designing, measuring, and sewing perfect-fit slipcovers for chairs, sofas, and ottomans, Patricia Hoskins. 646.21 HOS
Made, Millie Mackintosh. 646.7 MCK
Millie Mackintosh may have always looked like she had the perfect model shape, but a few years ago she found out she was unhealthy. Worse than that she was 'skinny fat'; her body fat percentage was higher than it should be. Millie decided to overhaul her life and her diet and she was rejuvenated; she is now stronger, healthier and more confident.
My shed and how it was built : a how to book, Donato Cinicolo. 690.89 CIN
Norwegian wood : chopping, stacking, and drying wood the Scandinavian way, Lars Mytting. 634.98 MYT
Piero Fornasetti : practical madness, Patrick Mauries. 745.4 PIE
Piero Fornasetti was a master of the decorative imagination.
S.E.W. : sew everything workshop : the complete step-by-step beginner's guide, Diana Rupp. 646.2 RUP
The Bee Cottage story : how I made a muddle of things and decorated my way back to happiness, Frances Schultz. 747 SCH
The Kaufmann Mercantile guide : how to split wood, shuck an oyster, and master other simple pleasures, Alexandra Redgrave and Jessica Hundley. 640 KAU
The Kinfolk home : interiors for slow living, Nathan Williams. 747 WIL
The whimsical home : interior design with thrift store finds, flea market gems, and recycled goods, Sania Hedengren. 747 HED
Wedding bliss on a budget, Ethan Baron. 395.22 BAR
Woodland craft, Ben Law. 684.08 LAW


As I was saying., Jeremy Clarkson. 827.914 CLA
Whether it's pondering if Jesus might have been better off being born in New Zealand why reflexive pronoun abuse is the worst thing in the world how Pam Ayres's head trumps Gordon Gecko's underpants or what a television presenter with time on his hands gets up to Jeremy is still trying to make sense of all the big stuff.
The amazing book is not on fire : the world of Dan and Phil, Dan Howell and Phil Lester. 827.92 HOW
Hello reader! In this book is a world. It is a world created by two awkward guys who share their lives on the internet! We are Dan and Phil and we invite you on a journey inside our minds!


Adventures in the lives of others : ethical dilemmas in factual filmmaking, James Quinn. 070.18 ADV
Furiously happy : a funny book about horrible things, Jenny Lawson. 070.92 LAW
Jenny Lawson aka The Bloggess returns with the follow-up to her bestselling memoir Let's Pretend This Never Happened, recounting stories from everyday family life in her inimitably frank, hilarious, bizarre and endearing way.
Tabloid secrets : the stories behind the headlines at the world's most famous newspaper, Neville Thurlbeck. 072 THU


Get started in Latin, G.D.A. Sharpley. 478 SHA


Colinvaux's Law of insurance in New Zealand, general editors: Robert Merkin, Chris Nicoll. 346.086 COL
E-Commerce and the law, Susan Corbett, Alexandra Sims. 343.081 COR
Elder law in New Zealand, general editors, Kate Diesfeld, Ian McIntosh. 346.013 ELD
Guide for trustees and executors, Nicky Richardson. 346.05 RIC
Information doesn't want to be free : laws for the Internet age, Cory Doctorow. 343.099 DOC
Law of charity, Juliet Chevalier-Watts. 346.064 CHE
Lords of the land : indigenous property rights and the jurisprudence of empire, Mark Hickford. 346.043 HIC
Pharmacy law : guidebook, Sanya Ram, Kate Chesney. 344.0416 RAM
The New Zealand Supreme Court : the first ten years, Andrew Stockley. 347.035 STO

Library Science

Is digital different? : how information creation, capture, preservation and discovery are being transformed, Michael Moss. 025.04 IS
Learn cataloging the RDA way, Lynn Farkas, Helen Rowe. 025.32 FAR
Reinventing reference : how libraries deliver value in the age of Google, Katie Elson Anderson. 025.52 REI
Research-based planning for public libraries : increasing relevance in the digital age, Joseph R. Matthews. 027.4 MAT
Using tablets and apps in libraries, Elizabeth Willse. 004.165 WIL


Boyhoodlum : memoirs of a devious child, Anson Cameron. 823.914 CAM
This is the story of a family and a town through the eyes of a boy who laughed at them and loved them equally. With a wry narrator and a cast of rural originals, Boyhoodlum is at once a clear window into a time and place, and a hilarious crash-investigator's report into how not to be a boy.
Excerpts from a natural history, Holly Painter. 811.6 PAI
When the British natural philosophers of the 17th century founded modern natural history, they proposed finding a poet to compile a poetic account of everything that existed in nature. Four hundred years later, the work is ongoing, and this collection follows a year's worth of submissions by one such researcher-poet.
Get started in writing a novel, Nigel Watts. 808.3 WAT
Get started in writing science fiction and fantasy, Adam Roberts. 808.3 ROB
Get started in writing young adult fiction, Juliet Mushens. 808.3 MUS
J.M. Coetzee and the life of writing : face to face with time, David Attwell. 823.914 COE
Kid gloves : [a voyage round my father], Adam Mars-Jones. 823.914 MAR
Mars-Jones has written a book devoted to particular emotions and events. Kid Gloves is a highly entertaining book about (among other things) families, the legal profession, and the vexed question of Welsh identity. It is necessarily also a book about the writer himself.
Kipling and war : from 'Tommy' and 'My boy Jack', introduced and edited by Andrew Lycett. 828.8 KIP
The deepening stream : a history of the New Zealand Literary Fund, Elizabeth Caffin & Andrew Mason. 820.9 CAF
The lost landscape : a writer's coming of age, Joyce Carol Oates. 813.54 OAT
Joyce Carol Oates vividly re-creates the early years of her life in New York State.
The man with the golden typewriter : Ian Fleming's James Bond letters, Fergus Fleming. 823.914 FLE
This books tells the story of the man who created James Bond - spy fiction's most compelling hero.
The nearest thing to life, James Wood. 809.3 WOO
In this remarkable blend of memoir and criticism, James Wood has written a master class on the connections between fiction and life. He argues that, of all the arts, fiction has a unique ability to describe the shape of our lives, and to rescue the texture of those lives from death and historical oblivion.


The conquering tide : war in the Pacific Islands, 1942-1944, Ian W. Toll. 940.5426 TOL

Music & Musicians

Adrenalized : life, Def Leppard, and beyond, Phil Collen with Chris Epting. 781.66 COL
A revelatory and redemptive memoir from the lead guitarist of the legendary band Def Leppard the first book ever written by one of its members chronicling the band's extraordinary rise to superstardom and how they've maintained it for three decades.
Freak out the squares : life in a band called Pulp, Russell Senior. 781.66 SEN
Goldmine record album price guide, Dave Thompson. 780.266 THO
M Train, Patti Smith. 781.66 SMI
O sing unto the lord : a history of English church music, Andrew Gant. 781.71 GAN
On the road, Olly Murs. 781.64 MUR
Peter Godfrey : father of New Zealand choral music : an oral history, Elizabeth Salmon. 782.5 GOD
The only person to have been chorister, choral scholar and director of music at King's College, Cambridge, Peter brought those exacting standards to choirs in this country in 1959, developing them to international standard.
Reckless, Chrissie Hynde. 781.66 HYN
Rich and incredibly frank, Chrissie's uncompromising memoir will include her 1950s childhood in Akron, Ohio; the Cleveland rock scene and the Kent State University riots; Paris and London in the early 1970s; a strikingly intimate portrayal of the nascent punk movement; and the formation and bittersweet success and tragedy of The Pretenders.
Sounds like me : my life (so far) in song, Sara Bareilles. 781.64 BAR

Natural Science

Africa on safari, Kym & Tonya Illman. 591.96 ILL
Among the bone eaters : encounters with hyenas in Harar, Marcus Baynes-Rock. 599.74 BAY
An illustrated coastal year : the seashore uncovered season by season, Celia Lewis. 577.51 LEW
Australian predators of the sky, Penny Olsen. 598.9 OLS
Bears in the backyard : big animals, sprawling suburbs, and the new urban jungle, Edward R. Ricciuti. 591.756 RIC
Fossils : the key to the past, Richard Fortey. 560 FOR
Natural histories : 25 extraordinary species that have changed our world, Brett Westwood and Stephen Moss. 508 WES
Reef fishes : treasures of the Great Barrier Reef, Michelle Brayshaw. 597.0994 BRA
Seeing seeds : a journey into the world of seedheads, pods, and fruit, photography by Robert Llewellyn ; written by Teri Dunn Chace. 581.4 DUN
Shark bytes : tales of diving with the bizarre and the beautiful, John Bantin. 597.3 BAN
The cabaret of plants : botany and the imagination, Richard Mabey. 580 MAB
The fishes of New Zealand, Clive D Roberts. 597.0993 FIS
The hunt : the outcome is never certain, Alastair Fothergill.591.53 FOT
With over 240 breathtaking photographs and footage from the landmark BBC series, The Hunt captures the dramatic encounters of predator and prey in an entirely new light.
The invention of nature : the adventures of Alexander von Humboldt's, the lost hero of science, Andrea Wulf. 509.2 HUM
Wulf shows how Humboldt created our understanding of the natural world, and champions a renewed interest in this vital player in environmental history and science.
The life & love of the sea, Lewis Blackwell. 551.46 BLA
The natural world of Winnie-the-Pooh : a walk through the forest that inspired the Hundred Acre Wood, Kathryn Aalto. 578.0942 AAL
Top 100 birding sites of the world, Dominic Couzens. 598.072 COU
Understanding bird behaviour, Stephen Moss. 598.15 MOS
Volcano discoveries : a photographic journey around the world, Tom Pfeiffer and Ingrid Smet. 551.21 PFE
Wildlife in pictures, Craig Hayman. 591.96 HAY
This book reveals, through images and stories, a behind-the-scene snapshot of the remarkable life of a conservationist/safari guide in an evolving world. With over 400 beautifully photographed images.
Wildlife of the world 590 AMB


Into the wider dream : synchronicity in the witness box, Michael Cocks. 133.8 COC
It's probably true to say that all world religions believe that life-changing meaningful coincidences, or synchronicities, are signs that "the Will of God" is being worked out in our lives. There is deep meaning here, and the long synchronistic episodes described in this book will help us explore some of it.


Magicians of the gods : the forgotten wisdon of Earth's lost civilisation, Graham Hancock. 930 HAN
Near the end of the last Ice Age 12,800 years ago, a giant comet struck the Earth causing a global cataclysm on a scale unseen since the extinction of the dinosaurs. There were survivors known to later cultures by names such as 'the Sages', 'the Magicians', 'the Shining Ones', and 'the Mystery Teachers of Heaven'. They travelled the world in their great ships doing all in their power to keep the spark of civilization burning. The author believes their message is still relevant today.
On the path of the immortals : Exo-Vaticana, Project L.U.C.I.F.E.R., and the strategic locations where entities await the appointed time, Thomas Horn & Cris Putnam. 001.94 HOR


8 keys to parenting children with ADHD, Cindy Goldrich. 618.928 GOL
How to parent your anxious toddler, Natasha Daniels. 649.122 DAN
The gift of failure : how the best parents learn to let go so their children can succeed, Jessica Lahey. 649.7 LAH
Tricky teens : how to create a great relationship with your teen without going crazy!, Andrew Fuller. 649.125 FUL
Work. Pump. Repeat : the new mom's survival guide to breastfeeding and going back to work, Jessica Shortall. 649.33 SHO

Pets & Animals

A year on a dairy farm, Richard Cornock. 636.21 COR
Close encounters of the furred kind, Tom Cox. 636.8 COX
Dog years : faithful friends, then & now, Amanda Jones. 636.7 JON
Dogopedia : a compendium of canine curiosities from Battersea Dogs & Cats Home, with Justine Hankins. 636.7 HAN
Eat the wind : the true story of wild horses and one unlikely horsewoman, Robin Sisley. 636.1083 SIS
Labrador : the story of the world's favourite dog, Ben Fogle. 636.752 LAB
Little loves : New Zealand children & their favourite animals, photography Rachael Hale McKenna. 636.0887 MCK
Mini encyclopedia of goldfish : expert practical advice on keeping goldfish plus detailed profiles of all the major varieties, Julia Russell-Davies. 639.3748 RUS
Stallion challenges : from the Kaimanawa wilderness to the show arena, Kelly Wilson. 636.1083 WIL
The horse : the epic history of our noble companion, Wendy Williams. 636.1 WIL
Wine dogs New Zealand. 2 : a pictorial celebration of canines from the great wine estates of Zealand, Craig McGill and Susan Elliott. 636.7 MCG

Philosophy & Psychology

Psychology in context, Stephen M. Kosslyn. 150 KOS
This New Zealand adaptation is "the first comprehensive textbook on psychology to provide New Zealand-focused content. Building on the third US edition of Psychology in Context by Stephen Kosslyn and Robin Rosenberg, this important adaptation has been enriched with New Zealand examples.

Philosophy and psychology

A sense of more than, Tony Michael Martin. 128 MAR
Starting at a London railway station, the author takes the reader into an investigation of the farthest reaches of our consciousness: crossing continents, stepping into the shoes of the ancients and sifting through phenomena that defy the usual scientific and medical tools. He finishes up in Aotearoa New Zealand encountering a two thousand-year-old tree called Tane Mahuta.


Arcadia Britannica : a modern British folklore portrait with 125 colour photographs, Henry Bourne. 778.92 BOU
Can art change the world?, JR. 779 JR
The definitive retrospective monograph on JR, the enigmatic Parisian artist-photographer, and his cross-media, participatory
New Zealand photography collected, Athol McCredie. 779 MCC


A Shakespearean botanical, Margaret Willes. 822.33 WIL
Taking fifty quotations centring on flowers, herbs, fruit and vegetables, Margaret Willes gives these botanical references their social context to provide an intriguing and original focus on daily life in Tudor and Jacobean England, looking in particular at medicine, cookery, gardening and folklore traditions.
Tagaloalagi : a play series, Helen Tauau Filisi. 822.92 TAU
The play Tagaloalagi intertwines the oral ancient Samoan myth of Tagalolagi with his namesake Tagi, a boy of the 1990s caught in the dilemma of choosing between the values of his cultural upbringing and popular society's peer pressure.


Beyond Puketapu : poems, Dunstan Ward. 821.92 WAR
Ruminative and acerbically direct poems from Dunstan Ward.
Collected poems and drawings of Stevie Smith, edited and introduced by Will May. 821.91 SMI
Expecting miracles, Peter Bland. 821.914 BLA
Poems of love, loss, comic insight and sensory delight. At 81, Peter Bland's new work continues to dazzle.
Looking out to sea, Kevin Ireland. 821.914 IRE
Here in his 22nd collection of poems, Kevin Ireland is as deft and wise as ever.
Poems from the heart on the inside, Georgia Rose. 821.92 ROS
Thuds underneath, Brent Kininmont. 821.92 KIN
The author's first collection of poetry musters scenes from antiquity, a life in Japan, and a preoccupation with flight in its varied forms.
We British : the poetry of a people, Andrew Marr. 821.009 MAR
More than just an anthology, We British is a history of Britain told through its poetry.

Politics & Government

America's Dreyfus : the case Nixon rigged, Joan Brady. 327.12 HIS
Joan Brady has written a powerful book which demolishes the evidence against Hiss and shows how Nixon manipulated the press and public by forging evidence and riding roughshod over Hiss's rights. Research for her book followed a long friendship with Hiss after his release from prison, and her curiosity turned to outrage when she discovered how he had been treated. But why would Nixon rig such a case?
Children of monsters : an inquiry into the sons and daughters of dictators, Jay Nordlinger. 321.9 NOR
Global activism : art and conflict in the 21st century, Peter Weibel. 322.4 GLO
Political life writing in the Pacific : reflections on practice, Jack Corbett. 324.2 POL
Politics and the media, Babak Bahador. 302.23 POL
Royalty Inc. : Britain's best-known brand, Stephen Bates. 320.4 BAT
Socialism seriously : a brief guide to human liberation, Danny Katch. 320.531 KAT

Religion & Ethics

30-second religion : the 50 most thought-provoking religious beliefs, each explained in half a minute 200 THI
American apocalypse : a history of modern evangelicalism, Matthew Avery Sutton. 277 SUT
Divine science : finding reason at the heart of faith, Michael Dennin. 261.55 DEN
People of faith and people of science often view one another with suspicion, even disdain. But what if science and faith were complementary ideas?
Hospitality and Islam : welcoming in God's name, Mona Siddiqui. 297.22 SID
Inventing the universe : why we can't stop talking about science, faith and God, Alister McGrath. 215 MCG
Not in God's name : confronting religious violence, Jonathan Sacks. 291.17 SAC
Small beginnings, Dennis R. McLeod. 270.092 MCL
"Small Beginnings" shows how our lives can be turned around and fulfilled if we stop and listen to what God has planned for us. We are never truly rejected when we know and have faith in God's love.
The bad Jesus : the ethics of New Testament ethics, Hector Avalos. 241 AVA
Did Jesus ever do anything wrong? Judging by the vast majority of books on New Testament ethics, the answer is a resounding No. Writers on New Testament ethics generally view Jesus as the paradigm of human standards and behaviour. But since the historical Jesus was a human being, must he not have had flaws, like everyone else?


13.8 : the quest to find the true age of the universe and the theory of everything, John Gribbin. 523.1 GRI
Alfred Russel Wallace : letters from the Malay Archipelago ; edited by John van Wyhe and Kees Rookmaaker. 576.82 WAL
This volume of newly transcribed letters documents the travels of the Victorian naturalist Alfred Russel Wallace in the Malay Archipelago, during which he famously discovered natural selection independently of Darwin.
Cosmos : the infographic book of space, Stuart Lowe and Chris North. 520 LOW
Dark matter and the dinosaurs : the astounding interconnectedness of the universe, Lisa Randall. 523.112 RAN
Dr Karl's Short back & science, Dr Karl Kruszelnicki. 500 KRU
Earth's climate evolution, Colin P. Summerhayes. 551.6 SUM
To understand climate change today, we first need to know how Earth's climate changed over the past 450 million years.
The Hubble cosmos : 25 years of new vistas in space, David H. DeVorkin. 522.2 DEV
The invention of science : a new history of the scientific revolution, David Wootton. 509 WOO
The nature of space and time, Stephen Hawking. 530.11 HAW
The quotable Feynman, Michelle Feynman. 530.092 FEY
The Quotable Feynman is a treasure-trove of this revered and beloved scientist's most profound, provocative, humorous, and memorable quotations on a wide range of subjects.
The road to relativity : the history and meaning of Einstein's "The foundation of general relativity" : featuring the original manuscript of Einstein's masterpiece, Hanoch Gutfreund & Jurgen Renn. 530.11 EIN
Why science is sexist, Nicola Gaston. 500.82 GAS

Self Development

Fck feelings : one shrink's practical advice for managing all life's impossible problems, Michael I. Bennett, MD, and Sarah Bennet. 158 BEN
One good life : my tips, my wisdom, my story, Jill Nystul. 362.292 NYS
Drawing from her own experiences, Nystul shows how she has overcome tremendous hardship to finally re-embrace her faith and appreciate, each day, one good thing.
Resonate : for people who need to be heard, Louise Mahler. 302.224 MAH
Resonate will show you how to tune in to your own vocal intelligence, identify the physical and mental blocks that are holding you back, and reclaim your authentic voice. With its practical exercises, inspiring real-life stories and insightful tips, this book will unlock your confidence and show you how to make your message resonate.
The achievement habit : stop wishing, start doing, and take command of your life, Bernard Roth. 158.1 ROT
The art of deliberate success : transform your professional and personal life, David Keane. 158.1 KEA
The mindful way through anxiety : break free from chronic worry and reclaim your life, Susan M. Orsillo, Lizabeth Roemer. 152.46 ORS

Social Issues

2071 : the world we'll leave our grandchildren, Chris Rapley & Duncan Macmillan. 363.7 RAP
A colourful history of popular delusions, Robert E. Bartholomew and Peter Hassall. 302.13 BAR
This eclectic history of unusual crowd behaviour describes a rich assortment of mass phenomena ranging from the amusing and quirky to the shocking and deplorable.
A fair deal on talent, fostering just migration governance : lessons from around the globe, Bertelsmann Stiftung (ed.). 325 FAI
A river runs again : India's natural world in crisis, from the barren cliffs of Rajasthan to the farmlands of Karnataka, Meera Subramanian. 363.7 SUB
In this lyrical and intimate tapestry of five stories dealing with life, loss, and survival in modern-day India, Meera Subramanian travels in search of the ordinary people and micro-enterprises redeeming India's natural world.
Anything to declare?, Jon Frost. 336.26 FRO
When you've confiscated everything from a suitcase full human hair to a live monkey hidden in the lining of someone's overcoat, you know you can never return to a normal line of work. But then Jon went into undercover customs work, and things became really interesting.
Atmosphere of hope : searching for solutions to the climate crisis, Tim Flannery. 363.7387 FLA
Between the world and me, Ta-Nehisi Coates. 305.896 COA
In his trademark style a mix of lyrical personal narrative, reimagined history, essayistic argument, and reportage Coates provides readers a thrillingly illuminating new framework for understanding race: its history, America's contemporary dilemma, and where to go from here.
Breakfast, school run, chemo, Julia Watson. 362.196994 WAT
'I have cancer, but it's not who I am.' Julia Watson. Mother of four girls Julia Watson thought her world was falling apart when she found out she had terminal cancer. But with humour and courage, Julia faces the greatest challenge of her life and in the process becomes the person she'd always wanted to be.
Charlie Mike : a true story of heroes who brought their mission home, Joe Klein. 363.34 KLE
This is the true story of two decorated combat veterans linked by tragedy, who come home from the Middle East.
Drinking molotov cocktails with Gandhi, Mark Boyle. 303.4 BOY
The author draws on inspiration from the natural world, and sets out the case for the rewilding of our political landscapes, calling for solidarity between reformers, revolutionaries and resisters for the creation of a world worth sustaining.
Emmett Till : the murder that shocked the world and propelled the civil rights movement, Devery S. Anderson. 364.134 AND
The story of Emmett Till, the fourteen-year-old African American boy from Chicago brutally lynched for a harmless flirtation at a country store in the Mississippi Delta. His death and the acquittal of his killers by an all-white jury set off a firestorm of protests that reverberated all over the world and spurred on the civil rights movement.
Fire that kindles hearts : ten Maori scholars, Selwyn Katene. 305.8994 FIR
In Fire that Kindles Hearts, eminent Maori scholars talk about what shaped them - and discuss issues they face today. What is Maori scholarship? What does it offer? Why is it important?
Flashpoints : the emerging crisis in Europe, George Friedman. 940.561 FRI
A major new book by New York Times bestselling author and geopolitical forecaster George Friedman, with a bold thesis about coming conflict in the world, this provocative work examines the geopolitical flashpoints particularly in Europe in which imminent future conflicts are brewing.
Home is burning, Dan Marshall. 362.196994 MAR
At twenty-five, Dan left his 'spoiled white asshole' life in Los Angeles to look after his dying parents in Salt Lake City, Utah. Home is Burning tells the story of Dan's year at home in Salt Lake City, as he reunites with his eclectic family -the only non-Mormon family of seven in the entire town- all of them trying their best to be there for the father who had always been there for them.
I have in my arms both ways : migrant women talk about their lives, told to Adrienne Jansen ; photographs by Gil Hanly. 304.893 I
In this book ten women, who have come to New Zealand between 1969 and 1987, speak in depth about growing up in their first countries, and their lives in New Zealand.
I tried not to cry : the journeys of ten Cambodian refugee women, from oral histories told to Niborom Young. 325.21 YOU
Injustice : why social inequality still persists, Daniel Dorling. 305.5 DOR
Jews, confucians, and protestants : cultural capital and the end of multiculturalism, Lawrence E. Harrison. 303.4 HAR
Lawrence E. Harrison takes the politically incorrect stand that all cultures are not created equal. Analyzing the performance of 117 countries, grouped by predominant religion, Harrison argues for the superiority of those cultures that emphasize Jewish, Confucian, and Protestant values.
Migrant journeys : New Zealand taxi drivers tell their stories, Adrienne Jansen. 304.893 JAN
My life on the road, Gloria Steinem. 305.420973 STE
From journalist, activist, and international icon Gloria Steinem comes her first book in twenty years, an all-new memoir of a lifetime of listening and learning from people, traveling America and the world. Gloria Steinem had an itinerant childhood.
Notes on the death of culture : essays on spectacle and society, Mario Vargas Llosa. 909.82 VAR
A provocative essay collection that finds the Nobel laureate taking on the decline of intellectual life.
Righteous porkchop : finding a life and good food beyond factory farms, Nicolette Hahn Niman. 636.083 NIM
Rosemary : the hidden Kennedy daughter, Kate Clifford Larson. 362.3 KEN
Special branch : a history : 1883-2006, Ray Wilson & Ian Adams. 363.20941 WIL
Special Branch offers the first complete history of this unique, but now defunct, service, which was subsumed into the Counter-Terrorism Command of the Metropolitan Police in 2006.
Street smart : the rise of cities and the fall of cars, Samuel I. Schwartz with William Rosen. 388.4 SCH
The complete infidel's guide to ISIS, Robert Spencer. 363.32 SPE
The gatekeepers : inside Israel's internal security agency, Dror Moreh. 363.209569 MOR
The ISIS apocalypse : the history, strategy, and doomsday vision of the Islamic State, William McCants. 363.32 MCC
The lightless sky : an Afghan refugee boy's journey of escape to a new life in Britain, Gulwali Passarlay. 362.87 PAS
The new threat : from Islamic militancy, Jason Burke. 363.32 BUR
The red web : the struggle between Russia's digital dictators and the new online revolutionaries, Andrei Soldatov and Irina Borogan. 303.483 SOL
The transparent traveler : the performance and culture of airport security, Rachel Hall. 363.287 HAL
In "The Transparent Traveler" Rachel Hall explains how the familiar routines of airport security choreograph passenger behavior to create submissive and docile travelers.
The truth : an uncomfortable book about relationships, Neil Strauss. 306.7 STR
Neil Strauss became famous to millions around the world as the author of The Game, an account of how he transformed himself from a scrawny, insecure nerd into the ultra-confident, pickup artist known as Style. The book made Strauss a household name but also conditioned him to view the world as a kind of constant parade of women, sex, and opportunity with intimacy and long-term commitment taking a back seat. That is, until he met the woman who forced him to choose between herself and the parade.
The welfare state we're in, James Bartholomew. 361.65 BAR
Winner of the Institute of Economic Affairs' Arthur Seldon Award and the Atlas Foundation's Sir Antony Fisher Memorial Award The welfare state is one of Britain's crowning achievements. Or is it?
Toms River : a story of science and salvation, Dan Fagin. 363.72 FAG
Recounts the decades-long saga of the New Jersey seaside town plagued by childhood cancers caused by air and water pollution due to the indiscriminate dumping of toxic chemicals.
Towards a warmer world : what climate change will mean for New Zealand's future, Veronika Meduna. 363.7387 MED
Tracking travelling taonga : a narrative review of how Maori items got to London from 1798, to Salem in 1802, 1807 and 1812, and elsewhere up to 1840, Rhys Richards. 305.8994 RIC
Under the black flag : at the frontier of the New Jihad, Sami Moubayed. 363.32 MOU
Wealth, poverty and politics : an international perspective, Thomas Sowell. 302.13 SOW
You're making me hate you : a cantankerous look at the common misconception that humans have any common sense left, Corey Taylor. 302 TAY
You're Making Me Hate You is the result of a one-man mission to demonstrate the alarming rise in worldwide idiocy, buffoonery and out-and-out disregard for intelligent thought.

Sport & Recreation

Adventurer at heart : an autobiography, Nathan Fa'avae. 796.425 FAA
In this book, world champion adventure racer Nathan Fa'avae, considered by many to be the best in the history of the sport, shares his life story, and provides a unique insight into this remarkable pursuit.
Aussie grit, Mark Webber. 796.72 WEB
In the high-stakes world of Formula One, only the fastest make it to the top. Few know this better than Australian Formula One legend Mark Webber.
Boxing in Australia, Grantlee Kieza. 796.83 KIE
Collins ultimate Scrabble dictionary & wordlist., . 793.734 COL
Cricket : the game of life : every reason to celebrate, Scyld Berry. 796.358 BER
Every inch of the way : my bike ride around the world, Tom Bruce. 796.64 BRU
Fire in Babylon : how the West Indies cricket team brought a people to its feet, Simon Lister. 796.358 LIS
Fishing unique Kontiki ways, Steve O'Brien. 799.16 OBR
Gamelife : a memoir, Michael W. Clune. 794.8 CLU
Video games began to obsess Clune when he was seven. They began to worm into his head and change his sense of reality. This is his memoir of a childhood transformed by technology.
Hunting fallow deer in New Zealand : the fallow deer herd, Howard Egan. 799.26 EGA
In the wake of heroes, introduced by Tom Cunliffe. 797.124 IN
Tom Cunliffe is one of the biggest names in the sailing world an internationally renowned journalist and
Kahawai : the people's fish, Gerard Hindmarsh. 799.17 HIN
Leading, Alex Ferguson with Michael Moritz ; epilogue by Michael Moritz. 796.334 FER
LEGO space : building the future, Peter Reid and Tim Goddard. 688.725 REI
Moorman's book of poker, Chris Moorman. 795.412 MOO
Mourinho, Jose Mourinho. 796.334 MOU
In the legendary manager's very first book, and in his own words and images, Jose Mourinho charts the peaks and troughs of the opening fifteen years of what has been a stellar rise to the summit of the global game.
One man's Everest, Kenton Cool. 796.522 COO
'Why do you do it' people ask him. This book tells why.
Out of the rough, Steve Williams. 796.352 WIL
One of the most successful caddies of the modern era, having amassed 150 wins, Kiwi Steve Williams has worked with some of the golfing world's best, including 13 years on the bag of Tiger Woods.
Red leaders : the official story of Manchester United's captains, Ben Hibbs. 796.334 MAN
Ride the revolution : the inside stories from women in cycling, Suze Clemitson. 796.6 CLE
Rugby revealed : reaching your rugby potential : featuring advice from over 100 of the world's top playes and coaches, Gavin Hickie and Eilidh Donaldson. 796.333
Sonny Ball : the legend of Sonny Bill Williams, Paul Kent. 796.333 WIL
Staying on track : the autobiography, Nigel Mansell. 796.72 MAN
20 years after he retired from F1, Mansell looks back on a stellar career in which he battled against many legends of the sport, from Lauda through the Senna and Prost years and on to Schumacher.
The bicycling big book of cycling for women : everything you need to know for whatever, whenever, and wherever you ride, Selene Yeager. 796.6 YEA
The fall line : how American ski racers conquered a sport on the edge, Nathaniel Vinton. 796.935 VIN
The ghosts of K2 : the epic saga of the first ascent, Mick Conefrey. 796.522 CON
The runner's brain : how to think smarter to run better, Dr. Jeff Brown with Liz Neporent ; foreword by Meb Keflezighi. 796.42 BRO
The secret of golf : the story of Tom Watson and Jack Nicklaus, Joe Posnanski. 796.352 WAT
The Times on the Ashes : covering sport's greatest rivalry from 1887 to the present day, Richard Whitehead. 796.3586 TIM
The toughest I ever faced : Hockey Hall of Fame players remember their greatest rivals, teammates & heroes, Steve Milton ; edited by Steve Cameron. 796.962
Training with power meters, Louis Passfield. 796.6 PAS

Trains, Boats, Planes

Classic light aircraft : an illustrated look, 1920s to the present, Ron Smith. 629.13334 SMI
Concorde : the rise and fall of the supersonic airliner, Jonathan Glancey. 629.13334 CON
Retro and vintage boats : Kiwi portraits, Don Jessen. 623.82 JES
The anatomy of sail : the yacht dissected and explained, Nic Compton. 623.822 COM
The world's greatest military aircraft : an illustrated history, Thomas Newdick. 358.4183 NEW
Tracks by the Swan : the electric tram and trolley bus era of Perth, Western Australia, Tony Culpeffer-Cooke. 388.46 CUL


1001 battles that changed the course of history, general editor, R.G. Grant. 355.02 ONE
After this : survivors of the Holocaust speak, Alice Nelson. 940.5318 NEL
Behind Nazi lines : my father's heroic quest to save 149 World War II POWs, Andrew Gerow Hodges Jr. and Denise George. 940.5472 HOD
Black Earth : the Holocaust as history and warning, Timothy Snyder. 940.5318 SNY
Chaplains of ANZAC : New Zealand's fallen chaplains of the Great War, Chaplains Roger Lang & Dr. Jennifer Betham-Lang. 940.478 LAN
Drones : an illustrated guide to the unmanned aircraft that are filling our skies, Martin J. Dougherty. 623.7469 DOU
Fighting Nazi occupation : British resistance 1939-1945, Malcolm Atkin. 940.5486 ATK
From ice floes to battlefields : Scott's 'Antarctics' in the First World War, Anne Strathie. 940.4 STR
Fromelles & Pozieres : in the trenches of hell, Peter FitzSimons. 940.41 FIT
Mapping the Second World War, Peter Chasseaud. 940.54 CHA
Military strikes and mutinies, KF Wilson. 355.1334 WIL
This book goes into all the background of New Zealand mutinies and exposes what really happened.
Pacific star : 3NZ Division in the South Pacific in World War II, Reg Newell. 940.541 NEW
Pacific Star is the story of the lives, battles and tribulations of the heroic soldiers of 3NZ Division jungle war against the ruthless Japanese enemy in the Pacific.
Predators : the CIA's drone war on al Qaeda, Brian Glyn Williams. 327.12 WIL
Secret wings of WWII : Nazi techonology and the Allied arms race, Lance Cole. 940.544 COL
Sumatra's fittest : an inspiring account of David Spero's experiences as a POW in Java and Sumatra during World War II, compiled and edited by Helen L. Lester. 940.5472
Taken by force : rape and American GIs in Europe during World War II, J. Robert Lilly. 940.5405 LIL
The battle of the Atlantic : how the allies won the war, Jonathan Dimbleby. 940.5429 DIM
The blitzed city : the destruction of Coventry, 1940, Karen Farrington. 942.498 FAR
The cooler king : the true story of William Ash : spitfire pilot, POW and WWII's greatest escaper, Patrick Bishop. 940.5472 ASH
Tells the astonishing story of William Ash, an American flier brought up in Depression-hit Texas, who after being shot down in his Spitfire over France in early 1942 spent the rest of the war defying the Nazis by striving to escape from every prisoner of war camp in which he was incarcerated.
The crime and the silence : a quest for the truth of a wartime massacre, Anna Bikont. 940.5318 BIK
In July 1941, just weeks after the Germans invaded Russia, the Jewish population of a small Polish town hundreds of men, women and children were ordered out of their homes, and forced into a barn. The barn was then set on fire. It emerged that the perpetrators of the act were in fact the Polish villagers, who, on one afternoon, turned on and killed their Jewish neighbours. But why?
The fighter : the extraordinary true story of how a Muay Thai champion survived hell on the frontline in Afghanistan, Paul Warren with Jeff Apter. 355.00994
The First World War : unseen glass plate photographs of the Western front, Carl De Keyzer. 940.4 KEY
The most dangerous enemy : a history of the Battle of Britain, Stephen Bungay. 940.5421 BUN
The Nazi hunters : the ultra-secret SAS unit and the quest for Hitler's war criminals, Damien Lewis. 940.541 LEW
The real x-men : the heroic story of the underwater war 1942-1945, Robert Lyman. 940.545 LYM
The war in the West : a new history. Volume 1, Germany ascendant, 1939-1942, James Holland. 940.53 HOL
Voices from the Front : an oral history of the Great War, Peter Hart. 940.481 HAR
We kill because we can : from soldiering to assassination in the drone age, Laurie Calhoun. 358.4183 CAL