Recreation

New Titles Non-Fiction October 2014 (arrived in September 2014)

Art & Architecture

A strange business : making art and money in nineteenth-century Britain, James Hamilton. 709.034 HAM
All eyes on Kees van Dongen, Anita Hopmans. 759.9492 DON
Arte povera, edited byCarolyn Christov-Bakargiev. 709.45 ART
In 1967 critic Germano Celant defined the work of 13 young Italian artists as Arte Povera. Through sculpture and installation they explored the relation between art and life as made manifest through nature, elemental matter or cultural artefacts, and experienced via the body.
Atua : sacred gods from Polynesia, Michael Gunn. 700.996 GUN
Bath & spa, Sybille Kramer. 725.73 KRA
Beach houses : living at the sea, Michelle Galindo. 728.37 GAL
Black artists in British art : a history since the 1950s, Eddie Chambers. 709.41 CHA
Blurring boundaries : extending the limits of graffiti, Hendrik ECB Beikirch. 759.3 ECB
British folk art, Ruth Kenny, Jeff McMillan, Martin Myrone. 745.0941 KEN
Bungalow : architecture + design, Michelle Galindo. 728.37 GAL
Car posters, Emmanuel Lopez. 741.67 LOP
Contemporary Mexican architecture : Continuing the heritage of Luis Barragan, Sandy Baum. 720.972 BAU
Controversial architecture. 724.7 CON
Corporate architecture, Chris van Uffelen. 725.2 UFF
Designing legends, Vasily Klyukin. 720 KLY
This book presents Vasily Klyukin's projects: towers and residential buildings that have not found their home yet, but some of them will be built in the future and become architectural symbols of our age.
Hernan Bas. 759.13 BAS
Combining loose, traditional draftsmanship, expressionistic brushwork and sometimes garish color, Mr. Bas creates pictures resembling illustrations for old-time boys' adventure novels, but with a gay twist.
How to look at art, Susie Hodge. 701.1 HOD
Jack Vettriano studio life, text by Tom Rawstorne ; photography by Jillian Edelstein. 759.29 VET
Once in a lifetime : city-building after disaster in Christchurch, Barnaby Bennett. 711.40993 ONC
Samuel Palmer, 1805-1881 : vision and landscape, William Vaughan, David Bindman ... et al. 759.2 PAL
Samuel Palmer (1805-81) is one of the most original and influential of British painters. A younger contemporary of Turner and Constable, he looked at nature as much with the inner as with the outer eye, producing vision-inspired landscapes of unprecedented boldness and great poetic richness.
Shigeru Ban : Cardboard Cathedral, Andrew Barrie. 726.65 BAN
Sketching interiors : a step-by-step guide, Noriyoshi Hasegawa. 720.284 HAS
The language of houses : how buildings speak to us, Alison Lurie ; illustrations by Karen Sung. 720.1 LUR
Offers a meditation on architecture and how it speaks to human experience, looking at what buildings and the spaces they contain say about the people who inhabit them, as well as the effects that those spaces have on them.
The Paris of Toulouse-Lautrec : prints and posters from The Museum of Modern Art, Sarah Suzuki. 759.4 TOU
Ways of looking : how to experience contemporary art, Ossian Ward. 709.05 WAR

Automobiles

Automotive mechanics. 1 : a blended learning package, Ed May, Les Simpson. 629.287 MAY
Automotive mechanics. 2 : a blended learning package, Ed May, Les Simpson. 629.287 MAY
Classic cars of New Zealand : the best from 20 years of New Zealand classic car magazine. Volume two. 629.222 CLA
Cool cars, Quentin Willson. 629.222 WIL
Hot bikes, Hugo Wilson. 629.2275 WIL
Incredible barn finds : the highly entertaining stories behind 50 treasured cars (valued today at over 50 million dollars!), Wallace A. Wyss. 629.222 WYS
Jeep : the history of America's greatest vehicle, Patrick R. Foster. 629.2222 JEE
Land Rover Discovery : 25 years of the family 4 x 4, James Taylor. 629.2222 LAN
Professional sheet metal fabrication, Ed Barr. 629.26 BAR

Biographies

A 1940s childhood : from bomb sites to Children's hour, James Marsh. 941.084 MAR
Alfie : my story, Alfie Boe. 782.1092 BOE
Alfie Boe is the first official bad boy of opera: a musical superstar celebrated not only in Britain but in the US, Australia, Europe and beyond.
Augustus : from revolutionary to emperor, Adrian Goldsworthy. 937.07 AUG
Becoming Freud : the making of a psychoanalyst, Adam Phillips. 150.1952 FRE
Becoming Freud is the story of the young Freud - until the age of fifty.
Daring : my passages : a memoir, Gail Sheehy. 070.92 SHE
Relating the story of her unconventional life, the author of the self-help classic "Passages" recounts her challenges and victories as a groundbreaking female journalist in the 1960s, reflects on ambition, and shares her own major life passages.
David Livingstone : Africa's greatest explorer : the man, the missionary and the myth 1813-1873, Paul Bayly. 967 LIV
Divided lives : dreams of a mother and a daughter, Lyndall Gordon. 920.72 GOR
This is a wonderfully layered memoir about the expectations of love and duty between mother and daughter. The particular time and place, the people and the situation are Lyndall's, but the division between generations, the pain and the joy of being a daughter are every woman's.
Fatherland, Nina Bunjevac. 949.7 BUN
In 1975 Nina Bunjevac's mother fled her marriage and her adopted country of Canada and took Nina back to Yugoslavia to live with her parents. Peter, her husband, was a fanatical Serbian nationalist who had been forced to leave his country at the end of World War II and migrate to Canada.
Four sisters : the lost lives of the Romanov grand duchesses, Helen Rappaport. 947.083 ROM
George Clinton & the cosmic odyssey of the P-Funk empire, Kris Needs. 781.66 CLI
This is an in-depth biography of one of music's most fascinating, colourful and innovative characters - Dr Funkenstein.
Hard country : a Golden Bay life, Robin Robilliard. 636.301 ROB
This engaging book is Robby's story of the decades in which she and Garry eked a living out of Rocklands and of her encounters with the many and the varied local characters of Golden Bay.
Henare Wiremu Taratoa : noble warrior, Patricia Brooks. 993.022 TAR
The life and times of a young New Zealander who in the 1840s adopted a European lifestyle. He was New Zealand's first overseas missionary, a teacher and a patriot who fought for his people and his country
Richard Seddon : King of God's own : the life and times of New Zealand's longest-serving prime minister, Tom Brooking. 993.023 SED
Say it loud! : the life of James Brown, soul brother no. 1, Don Rhodes ; foreword by Brenda Lee. 781.644 BRO
Say It Loud! pays tribute to Brown and his storied career, with a close and comprehensive look at the life of the legendary singer at his home in Augusta, Georgia, and the family he left behind. It bears out the reputation of the man with the famous cape as the hardest-working man in show business, bringing the full story of a conscientious performer and consummate professional with a fascinating and controversial personal life.
The boy from Ngakawau : half an hour at high school, Paul Corliss. 338.04 CAL
From a Charming Creek childhood, a Buller coal miner to Heathcote Valley multi-millionaire, the story of cleaning king and Canterbury hardcase identity George Calvert.
The girl with the widow's peak : the memoirs, Ursula d'Abo. 942.082 DAB
Born in November 1916 to the Marquess and Marchioness of Granby, Lady Ursula is a sprightly and still charming lady whose memoirs of her uniquely glamourous life make riveting reading.
The King in the North : the life and times of Oswald of Northumbria, Max Adams. 942.8 OSW
The voice : my story, Ray Warren with Andrew Webster. 070.449 WAR
Here, for the first time, Ray reveals the man behind the microphone. He speaks of the great highs and devastating lows of his career and life in the same way he calls every sporting event: with great passion, colour and candour.
Unruly : the highs and lows of becoming a man, Ja Rule with Kim Green. 781.66 JA
Ja Rule, actor, singer, songwriter, and one of the most multi-dimensional rap artists of his time, tells his compelling story from his youth to his rise to international fame to his transformative two years in Federal prison
Wild Westie : the incredible life of Bob Harvey, Hazel Phillips. 993.038 HAR
Sir Bob Harvey's colourful and varied life sums up the classic 'give it a go' Kiwi ethos. A legend of the eighties' advertising world, influential political strategist, former president of the Labour Party, outspoken environmentalist, long-serving mayor of Waitakere City and daring adventurer,
Winston : the story of a political phenomenon, Ian Wishart. 993.038 PET
He's the former school teacher brought to tears by a class of 11 year olds. He's the former blast furnace worker for BHP Australia. He's the man who helped inspire Dame Whina Cooper's Land March in 1975. He's the man credited with the introduction of the proportional voting system we now use. But there's another side to Winston Peters.

Business & Management

Be a free range human : escape the 9-5, create a life you love and still pay the bills, Marianne Cantwell. 650.1 CAN
Collective genius : the art and practice of leading innovation, Linda A. Hill [and three others]. 658.409 HIL
Cyber threat! : how to manage the growing risk of cyber attacks, N. MacDonnell Ulsch. 658.478 ULS
Design for business. Volume 2, editor, Gjoko Muratovski. 741.6 DES
Features essays on topics ranging from branding and sustainability to business-driven design
Facebook marketing all-in-one for dummies, Andrea Vahl, John Haydon, Jan Zimmerman. 658.872 VAH
Financial statements demystified : a self-teaching guide, Bonita K. Kramer, Christie W. Johnson. 657.3 KRA
Flee 9-5, get 6-7 figures and do what you love, Ben Angel. 650.1 ANG
Highly recommended : harnessing the power of word of mouth and social media to build your brand and your business, Paul M. Rand. 658.872 RAN
Life by the cup : ingredients for a purpose-filled life of bottomless happiness and limitless success. 338.766 MUZ
The founder of Zhena's Gypsy Tea Company tells her extraordinary story of struggle, hope, and audacity, inspiring women to overcome setbacks no matter how daunting and pursue their dreams.
Logistics and retail management : emerging issues and new challenges in the retail supply chain, John Fernie & Leigh Sparks. 658.5 LOG
Mental illness at work : a manager's guide to identifying, managing and preventing psychological problems in the workplace, Mary-Clare Race, Adrian Furnham. 658.4
Problem solved : how to recognise the nineteen recurring problems faced in design, branding and communication and how to solve them, Michael Johnson. 741.6 JOH
Problem Solved is the only book that teaches students and professionals how to recognise the recurring problems common to all areas of communication and explains how to solve them.
Scrum : a revolutionary approach to building teams, beating deadlines and boosting productivity, Jeff Sutherland. 658.404 SUT
Success as a real estate agent for dummies, Terri M. Cooper, Dirk Zeller. 333.33 COO
The glass closet : why coming out is good for business, John Browne. 658.42 BRO
Part memoir and part social criticism, The Glass Closet addresses the issue of homophobia that still pervades corporations around the world and underscores the immense challenges faced by LGBT employees.
The up side of down : bouncing back in business and in life, Megan McArdle. 650.1 MCA
Validating strategies : linking projects and results to uses and benefits, Phil Driver. 658.401 DRI
Web marketing that works : confessions from the marketing trenches, Adam Franklin & Toby Jenkins. 658.872 FRA

Collecting

Australians awarded : a concise guide to military and civilian decorations, medals and other awards to Australians from 1772 to 2013 with their valuations, Clive Johnson. 355.134 JOH
British Army cap badges of the First World War, Peter Doyle and Chris Foster. 355.14 DOY
Mantiques : a manly guide to cool stuff, Eric Bradley. 745.1 BRA
A Manly Guide to Cool Stuff is a humourous, yet informative, guide to the world of antiques and collectibles sought out by a new breed of men eager to fill their homes with the funky, the unique, and most importantly the manly.
Mid-century modern complete, Dominic Bradbury. 745.2 BRA
Place and adornment : a history of contemorary jewellery in Australia and New Zealand, Damian Skinner and Kevin Murray. 739.27 SKI
Retro & vintage design, Lisa Hayek. 745.2 HAY
This volume presents a wide range of products that are back in the limelight in their original version, or with modern technology behind the old exterior.
The ultimate guide to sea glass : finding, collecting, identifying, and using the ocean's most beautiful stones, Mary Beth Beuke ; foreword by Lisl Armstrong. 748.5
Vintage jewellery sourcebook : designers, styles and stockists for costume and fine jewellery, Caroline Cox. 739.27 COX
Watches International. XV, Tourbillon International. 739.3 WAT

Computers

Android phones for dummies, Dan Gookin. 004.165 GOO
App accomplished : strategies for app development success, Carl Brown. 005.26 BRO
C# programming : from problem analysis to program design, Barbara Doyle. 005.133 C
C++ for dummies, Stephen R. Davis. 005.133 C
Enterprise web development : [building HTML5 applications : from desktop to mobile], Yakov Fain [and three others]. 006.7 FAI
iOS app development for dummies, Jesse Feiler. 004.165 FEI
Java eLearning kit for dummies, John Paul Mueller. 005.133 JAV
Joomla! 3 explained : your step-by-step guide, Stephen Burge. 005.72 BUR
Learn to code HTML & CSS : develop & style websites, Shay Howe. 005.754 HOW
Learning responsive web design : a beginner's guide, Clarissa Peterson. 005.754 PET
Macs all-in-one for dummies, Joe Hutsko and Barbara Boyd. 004.165 MCI
Mapping in the cloud, Michael P. Peterson. 526 PET
Microinteractions : [designing with details], Dan Saffer. 005.3 SAF
My iPhoto, Michael Grothaus. 006.68 GRO
Oracle 12c for dummies, Chris Ruel and Michael Wessler. 005.7565 ORA
The official Ubuntu book, Matthew Helmke [and four others]. 005.446 HEL
Unix and Linux, Deborah Ray, Eric Ray. 005.43 RAY
UNIX in easy steps, Mike McGrath. 005.43 MCG
Visio 2013, Alan Wright and Chris Roth. 006.68 WRI
Windows 8.1 all-in-one for dummies, Woody Leonhard. 005.446 MIC
Windows 8.1 step by step, Ciprian Adrian Rusen, Joli Ballew. 005.446 MIC
Windows PowerShell 3.0 first steps, Ed Wilson. 005.42 WIL
WordPress, Tris Hussey. 006.7 HUS
WordPress for dummies, Lisa Sabin-Wilson. 006.7 SAB

Craft & Hobbies

The official Scrabble players dictionary. 793.73 OFF
Tool school : the complete guide to using your tools from tape measures to table saws, Monte Burch. 684.08 BUR
100 cross stitch card designs : cross stitch cards for every occasion, Joanne Sanderson. 746.443 SAN
200 crochet flowers, embellishments & trims : fresh looks for roses, daisies, sunflowers and more, Claire Crompton. 746.434 CRO
75 seashells, fish, coral & colorful marine life to knit & crochet, Jessica Polka. 746.432 POL
Beyond neutral : quilts inspired by nature's elements, John Q. Adams. 746.46 ADA
Build, discover, survive! : mastering Minecraft, Michael Lummis. 794.8 LUM
Complete book of gourd carving, Jim Widess & Ginger Summit. 745.5 WID
Crewel intentions : fresh ideas for Jacobean embroidery, Hazel Blomkamp. 746.446 BLO
DIY wine corks : thirty-five cute and clever cork crafts, written and illustrated by Melissa Averinos. 745.51 AVE
Doll costume dress up : 20 sewing patterns for the 18-inch doll, Joan Hinds. 745.5922 HIN
Edward's menagerie : over 40 soft and snuggly toy animal crochet patterns, Kerry Lord. 746.434 LOR
GameMaker: Studio for fummies, Michael Rohde. 794.8 ROH
Glitterville's handmade Christmas : a glittered guide for whimsical crafting, Stephen Brown. 745.5941 BRO
Handmade personalized photo gifts : over 75 creative DIY gifts and keepsakes to make from your photographs, Carla Visser. 745.594 VIS
Handmade weddings : more than 50 crafts to style and personlize your big day, Eunice Moyle. 745.594 MOY
Kaffe Fassett's quilts in Morocco : 20 designs from Rowan for patchwork and quilting. 746.46 FAS
Let's draw plants and small creatures, Sachiko Umoto. 743 UMO
Life drawing, Eddie Armer. 743.4 ARM
Mini knitted safari Sachiyo Ishii. 746.432 ISH
Mollie makes embroidery : 15 new projects for you to make plus handy techniques, tricks & tips. 746.44 MOL
Netted lace : exquisite patterns and practical techniques, Margaret Morgan. 746.22 MOR
New American knits : classic sportswear patterns, Amy Christoffers. 746.432 CHR
New Zealand's historic samplers : our stitched stories, Vivien Caughley. 746.443 CAU
Solefull socks : knitting from the ground up, Betty Salpekar ; foreword by Cat Bordhi ; photography by Barbara Benson. 746.432 SAL
Stitch alphabets & numbers : 120 contemporary designs for cross stitch and needlepoint, Felicity Hall. 746.442 HAL
Stitch the halls!, Sophie Simpson. 745.5941 SIM
Stitch yourself a merry little Christmas with What Delilah Did. With three themed collections: Merry and Bright, Stylish and Chic, and Classic and Cosy,
The knotting & braiding bible : the complete guide to creative knotting including kumihimo, macrame and plaiting, Dorothy Wood. 745.594 WOO
The new complete book of bridge, Albert Dormer with Ron Klinger. 795.4153 DOR
Ukulele for dummies, Alistair Wood. 787.89193 WOO
Ultimate beading bible : a complete reference with step-by-step techniques, Marie Clayton. 745.58 ULT
Why you still lose at bridge, Julian Pottage. 795.4153 POT
Wunderruma. 739.27 WUN
Wunderruma is an exhibition curated by Karl Fritsch and Warwick Freeman in response to an invitation from Wolfgang Lösche, the director of Galerie Handwerk in Munich, to assemble an exhibition of New Zealand contemporary jewellery for showing at the gallery during Schmuck in March 2014.
Portraits, Susan Miller Bradbury. 751.426 BRA
Screen printing at home : print your own fabric to make simple sewn projects, Karen Lewis. 764.8 LEW

Crime

A thorn in their side, Robert Green with Kate Dewes. 364.1523 MUR
In 1984, at the age of 78, Hilda Murrell was found brutally murdered in the Shropshire countryside. She had just gained approval to testify on the unsolved problems of radioactive waste at the first British planning inquiry into a new nuclear power plant. The police theory that a lone, panicking burglar robbed and abducted Hilda in her own car for petty cash erupted into a sensational political conspiracy involving PM Margaret Thatcher?s plans for British nuclear energy and the controversial sinking of the Argentine cruiser General Belgrano in the 1982 Falklands War.
Impossible odds : the kidnapping of Jessica Buchanan and her dramatic rescue by SEAL Team Six, Jessica Buchanan and Erik Landemalm with Anthony Flacco. 364.154
Jacks and jokers, Matthew Condon. 364.132 CON
The much-anticipated sequel to the bestselling Three Crooked Kings. Here we read about the shocking true story of Queensland and how a society was shaped by almost half a century of corruption.
Louise Nicholas : my story, Louise Nicholas with Philip Kitchin. 364.1532 NIC
Louise Nicholas tells her story of a teenager whose abuse first began when she was a 13 year old and continued throughout her teens. Award-winning journalist Philip Kitchin's investigations into the cover-up of Louise's complaints led to the establishment of Operation Austin. Public interest in this complex and sorry tale is huge and this has been further piqued by the damning findings of the Commission of Inquiry into Police Conduct and the outcome of the Dewar case.
My fellow prisoners, Mikhail Khodorkovsky. 365.947 KHO
One in ten Russian men pass through prison at some point in their lives. This book is a denunciation of an entire system of bureaucratic criminality, and a passionate call to recognise a human tragedy.
The disappeared : the Cleveland kidnappings and other shocking cases, Al Cimino. 364.154 CIM
This house of grief : the story of a murder trial, Helen Garner. 364.1523 GAR
On the evening of 4 September 2005, Father's Day, Robert Farquharson, a separated husband, was driving his three sons home to their mother, Cindy, when his car left the road and plunged into a dam. The boys, aged ten, seven and two, drowned. Was this an act of revenge or a tragic accident?

Customs

Unspeakable mutilations : circumcised men speak out, Lindsay R. Watson. 392.12 WAT

Economics

Bad banks : greed, incompetence and the next global crisis, Alex Brummer. 332.1 BRU
Confessions of an economic hit man, John Perkins. 332.04 PER
A former consultant to the U.S. government reveals the inner workings of the high-stakes economic game that encourages Third World economies to borrow money so that major corporations like Halliburton end up getting the contracts.
Determined to win : building SKOPE, manufacturing, exporting and holding on to a family business, Robert Stewart. 338.762 STE
How to speak money : what the money people say and what they really mean, John Lanchester. 330 LAN
Inside the banking crisis : the untold story, Hugh Pym. 330.9 PYM
Northern Australia and then some : changes we need to make our country rich, Gina Rinehart. 338.994 RIN
Principles of financial economics, Stephen F. LeRoy. 332 LER
Rational expectations : asset allocation for investing adults, William J. Bernstein. 332.6 BER
Security analysis : principles and technique, Benjamin Graham and David L. Dodd. 332.632 GRA
Seventeen contradictions and the end of capitalism, David Harvey. 330.12 HAR
Shoes for the Moscow Circus : scenes from a hidden world : from foundries and flagmakers to stonemasons and taxidermists, Lena Keens ; photography by Oliver Strewe. 338.642 KEE
An atmospheric, lyrical look behind the scenes of a number of Australian trades and industries, many of which are fast disappearing in the modern world.
Shredded : inside RBS, the bank that broke Britain, Ian Fraser. 332.1 FRA
Smaller faster lighter denser cheaper : how innovation keeps proving the catastrophists wrong, Robert Bryce. 338.06 BRY
The failure of free market economics and the future of New Zealand, Chris Nobbs. 330.12 NOB
The power and the peril of oil : for those who want peace in the Middle East, Firooz Eftekhar Zadeh. 338.272 EFT

Education

A second classroom : parent-teacher relationships in a Waldorf school, Torin M. Finser. 371.19 FIN
Born reading : bringing up bookworms in a digital age from picture books to ebooks and everything in between, Jason Boog ; foreword by Betsy Bird. 372.4 BOO
Help me learn music, Melody J. Smith. 372.87 SMI
The well-trained mind : a guide to classical education at home, Susan Wise Bauer, Jessie Wise. 371.04 BAU

Engineering

Build an awesome PC : easy steps to construct the machine you need, Mike Riley. 621.391 RIL
Nanodesign : some basic questions, Wolfram Schommers. 620.5 SCH

Environment

A Sand County almanac & other writings on ecology and conservation, Aldo Leopold ; Curt Meine, editor. 333.72 LEO
A Sand County almanac is often hailed as a foundational work of the modern environmental movement. Here, it is paired with over fifty other pieces by Leopold: uncollected articles, essays, speeches, and other writings that chart the evolution of his ideas over the course of three decades.
Paradise saved : the remarkable story of New Zealand's Wildlife sanctuaries and how they are stemming the tide of extinction, David Buter, Tony Lindsay & Janet Hunt. 333.95 BUT

Farming

Organic farming : how to raise, certify, and market organic crops and livestock, Peter V. Fossel. 631.584 FOS
The complete illustrated guide to farming, Samantha Johnson and Philip Hasheider. 630 JOH
The small-scale dairy : the complete guide to milk production for the home and market, Gianaclis Caldwell. 636.21 CAL

Fashion

50 ways to wear a scarf, Lauren Friedman. 391.41 FRI
Everything eyes : professional techniques, essential tools, gorgeous makeup looks, Bobbi Brown with Sara Bliss. 646.72 BRO
Fashion : women in World War One, Lucy Adlington. 391.2 ADL
Hair romance : how to create 82 fabulous hairstyles, Christina Butcher. 646.724 BUT
Happy hair : the definitive guide to giving up shampoo : save money, ditch the toxins and release your hair's natural beauty, Lucy AitkenRead. 646.724 AIT
Hiroshi Fujiwara : fragment. 746.92 FUJ
The first monograph of its kind on the Godfather of streetwear, this book pays homage to Hiroshi Fujiwara's influence on contemporary fashion, music, and design.
How to look beautiful forever : make-up skills, tips and techniques for women of all generations, Emily Rose. 646.72 ROS
Kate Moss, Kate Moss. 746.92 MOS
This book is a highly personal retrospective of Kate Moss's career, tracing her evolution from 'new girl with potential' to one of the most iconic models of all time.
Polynesian tattoo designs. Vol. 1, Ocean legacy. 391.65 GEM
Tattoo. 391.65 TAT

Film, Television & Theatre

Designing costume for stage and screen, Deirdre Clancy. 792.026 CLA
Mom in the movies : the iconic screen mothers you love (and a few you love to hate), Richard Corliss. 791.43652 COR
The art of acting : body, soul, spirit, word : a practical and spiritual guide, Dawn Langman ; artwork by Raphaela Mazzone. 792.028 LAN

Folklore

Encyclopedia of imaginary and mythical places, Theresa Bane. 398.23 BAN

Food & Wine

5-minute mug cakes : nearly 100 yummy microwave cakes, Jennifer Lee ; photography, Jon Meade. 641.8653 LEE
A royal cookbook : seasonal recipes from Buckingham Palace, Mark Flanagan and Edward Griffiths. 641.5942 FLA
Almonds every which way : more than 150 healthy & delicious almond milk, almond flour, and almond butter recipes, Brooke McLay. 641.6455 MCL
Bread, global baker Dean Brettschneider. 641.815 BRE
Cacao : superfoods for life, Matt Ruscigno with Joshua Ploeg. 641.6374 RUS
Dairy-free ice cream : 75 recipes made without eggs, gluten, soy, or refined sugar, written & photographed by Kelly V. Brozyna. 641.862 BRO
Fast : good home cooking, Michael van de Elzen. 641.555 VAN
Finger lickin' food : healthy family recipes from the American South, Jamie Deen. 641.5 DEE
Gluten-free & easy : over 80 simple recipes for the gluten intolerant, Sara Lewis. 641.563 LEW
Hemsely Hemsley : the art of eating well, Jasmine and Melissa Hemsley. 641.5637 HEM
Jamie's comfort food. 641.5 OLI
Le Pain Quotidien cookbook : delicious recipes from Le Pain Quotidien, Alain Coumont, Jean-Pierre Gabriel. 641.5 COU
Modern classics, Simon Gault. 641.59 GAU
Mr Hong : a glimpse into the mind of the brilliant chef behind Mr Wong, El Loco and Ms G's, Dan Hong with Melissa Leong. 641.5 HON
Rachel Khoo's sweet & savoury pates. 641.812 KHO
Rick Stein's fish & shellfish. 641.692 STE
Sake confidential : a beyond-the-basics guide to understanding, tasting, selection & enjoyment, John Gauntner. 641.23 GAU
Sepia : the cuisine of Martin Benn. 641.5 BEN
Simply delicious Amish cooking : recipes and stories from the Amish of Sarasota, Florida, Sherry Gore. 641.566 GOR
Slow food fast : quick to prepare slow cooker recipes, Simon & Alison Holst. 641.588 HOL
Sous chef : 24 hours on the line, Michael Gibney. 641.5 GIB
Step-by-step kids' birthday cakes : over 50 fabulous cakes, cupcakes, and cake pops, Karen Sullivan. 641.8653 SUL
The Amish baking cookbook, Georgia Varozza & Kathleen Kerr. 641.566 VAR
The blender girl : super-easy, super-healthy meals, snacks, desserts & drinks, Tess Masters. 641.589 MAS
The ethical butcher : how thoughtful eating can change your world, Berlin Reed. 664.9 REE
Berlin Reed is "The Ethical Butcher," a former self-described militant vegan punk who grudgingly took a job as a butcher's apprentice in Brooklyn when he could find no other work. Shockingly, he fell in love with the art of butchering, and a food revolution was born.
The everyday fermentation handbook : a real-life guide to fermenting food without losing your mind or your microbes, Branden Byers, creator of FermUp.com. 641.61
The food of Vietnam, Luke Nguyen. 641.59597 NGU
The homemade flour cookbook : the home cook's guide to milling nutritious flours and creating delicious recipes with every grain, legume, nut, and seed from a-z, Erin Alderson. 641.631 ALD
The insect cookbook : food for a sustainable planet, Arnold van Huis. 641.696 HUI
The low-sugar cookbook : delicious and nutritious recipes to lose weight, fight fatigue and protect your health, Nicola Graimes. 641.5638 GRA
The Oxford companion to food, Alan Davidson. 641.3 DAV
The vibrant table : recipes from my always vegetarian, mostly vegan, and sometimes raw kitchen, Anya Kassoff. 641.5636 KAS
The whole life nutrition cookbook : over 300 delicious whole foods recipes, including gluten-free, dairy-free, soy-free, and egg-free dishes, Alissa Segersten and Tom Malterre. 641.563 SEG
Turkish flavours : recipes from a seaside cafe, Sevtap Yuce. 641.59561 YUC
WeightWatchers cook it fast : 250 recipes in 15, 20, 30 minutes. 641.555 WEI

Gardens and Gardening

100 best native plants for New Zealand gardens, Fiona Eadie. 635.951 EAD
1-minute gardener, Mat Pember and Fabian Capomolla. 635 PEM
Dig deeper : seasonal, sustainable, Australian gardening, Meredith Kirton. 635 KIR
Garden design close up, Emma Reuss. 712.6 REU
Garden life, Richard Unsworth ; photography by Nicholas Watt. 635 UNS
Green city spaces : urban landscape architecture, Chris van Uffelen. 712.5 UFF
Heirloom vegetables : a guide to their history and varieties, Simon Rickard. 635 RIC
Integrated forest gardening : the complete guide to polycultures and plant guilds in permaculture systems, Wayne Weiseman, Daniel Halsey, and Bryce Ruddock. 635 WEI
Philosophy in the garden : eleven great authors, and the ideas they discovered in parks, yards and pots, Damon Young ; text illustrations by Daniel Keating. 635 YOU
Remaking a garden : the Laskett transformed, Roy Strong ; photographs by Clive Boursnell. 712.60942 STR
Spring bulbs : an illustrated guide to varieties, cultivation and care, with step-by-step instructions and over 120 inspirational photographs, Peter McHoy. 635.94 MCH
The beginner's guide to bonsai : how to create and maintain beautiful miniature trees and shrubs, shown in more than 230 step-by-step photographs, Ken Norman ; photography by Peter Stiles. 635.9772 NOR
The essential guide to cultivating mushrooms : simple and advanced techniques for growing Shiitake, Oyster, Lion's Mane and Maitake mushrooms at home, Stephen Russell. 635.8 RUS
The greenhouse gardener's manual, Roger Marshall. 635.98 MAR
The plant lover's guide to sedums, Brent Horvath. 635.93 SED
The quarter-acre farm : how I kept the patio, lost the lawn, and fed my family for a year, Spring Warren. 635 WAR
Wychwood : the making of one of the world's most magical gardens, words by Karen Hall. 712.60994 HAL

Health & Medicine

Better sleep sooner : how to turn your sleeplessness into sleeping bliss, naturally, Aaron McLoughlin. 616.849 MCL
Celiac disease : a guide to living with gluten intolerance, Sylvia A. Llewelyn Bower. 616.399 BOW
Doctor's notes : more incredible true tales from a GP's surgery, Rosemary Leonard with David Meikle. 610.92 LEO
Dr Libby's the calorie fallacy : stop dieting, start nourishing Dr Libby Weaver. 613.23 WEA
First steps through insomnia, Simon Atkins. 616.849 ATK
Fix your mood with food : the "live natural, live well" approach to whole body health, Heather Lounsbury. 616.8527 LOU
Fly a little higher : how God answered a mom's small prayer in a big way, Laura Sobiech. 616.994 SOB
Recounts the life of the seventeen-year old cancer patient who, after being told he had one year to live, wrote the song "Clouds" that climbed the music charts and inspired millions around the world.
Heal your knees : how to prevent knee surgery & what to do if you need it, Robert Klapper and Lynda Huey. 617.58 KLA
How to be a friend to a friend who's sick, Letty Cottin Pogrebin. 610 POG
How to think about exercise, Damon Young. 128.2 YOU
Exploring exercises and sports with the help of ancient and modern philosophy, the author uncovers the pleasures, virtues and big ideas of fitness. By exercising intelligently, we are committing to wholeness: enjoying and enhancing our full humanity.
Live and laugh with dementia : the essential guide to maximising quality of life, Lee-Fay Low. 616.83 LOW
Managing the symptoms of multiple sclerosis, Randall T. Schapiro. 616.834 SCH
Neuro : the new brain sciences and the management of the mind, Nikolas Rose and Joelle M. Abi-Rached. 612.8 ROS
Overcoming problem eating : a practical guide, Patricia Furness-Smith. 616.8526 FUR
Pelvic floor secrets : 6 weeks to confidence, continence and sexual satisfaction, Jenni Russell. 616.62 RUS
Perfume, written by Gunilla Denton Cook and Mary Morris. 616.83 DEN
Read a bit! Talk a bit! is a series of reading activity books intended for people with dementia and Alzheimer's disease.
Sly moves : my proven program to lose weight, build strength, gain will power, and live your dream, Sylvester Stallone with David Hochman. 613.7 STA
The easy way to control alcohol, Allen Carr. 613.81 CAR
The everything candida diet book : improve your immunity by restoring your body's natural balance, Jeffrey McCombs, DC. 616.969 MCC
The kind mama : a simple guide to supercharged fertility, a radiant pregnancy, a sweeter birth, and a healthier, more beautiful beginning, Alicia Silverstone. 618.178
The mood repair toolkit : proven strategies to prevent the blues from turning into depression, David A. Clark. 616.8527 CLA
The noonday demon : an anatomy of depression, Andrew Solomon. 616.8527 SOL
The road to enlightenment : finding the way through yoga teachings and meditation, Yogmata Keiko Aikawa. 294.5 AIK
The skinny confidential : a babe's sexy, sassy fitness and lifestyle guide, Lauryn Evarts. 613.7 EVA
Where the heart is : stories of home birth in New Zealand, Carla Sargent. 618.4 SAR
Why aren't we dead yet? : the survivor's guide to the immune system, Idan Ben-Barak. 616.079 BEN

History, Geography & Travel

A 1950s childhood in pictures, Paul Feeney. 941.0855 FEE
A history of ancient Greece in fifty lives, David Stuttard. 938 STU
AD 69 : emperors, armies & anarchy, Nic Fields. 937.07 FIE
Alaska : a visual tour of America's great land, Bob Devine. 979.8 DEV
Bali : heaven and hell : bloodshed, chaos and corruption, free love, great surf and high times under the banyan trees, Phil Jarratt. 959.86 JAR
Bangkok, this edition written and researched by Austin Bush. 959.3 BUS
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Beyond the imperial frontier : the contest for colonial New Zealand, Vincent O'Malley. 993.02 OMA
Blue Creek bride : a Kiwi rides into the Rockies with her warden husband, Leanne J. Minton. 971.1 MIN
Blue Creek Bride is the engaging account of a park warden's wife as she travels with him on horseback into the backcountry of the Canadian Rockies.
Bringing down Gaddafi : on the ground with the Libyan rebels, Andrei Netto ; translated by Michael Marsden. 961.2 NET
Britain's first photo album, as presented by John Sergeant. 941.081 SER
'Britain's First Photo Album' celebrates the extraordinary achievement of Francis Frith, the pioneer Victorian photographer who embarked upon a colossal project to photograph the United Kingdom during the 19th century.
Cambodia, this edition written and researched by Nick Ray, Greg Bloom. 959.6 RAY
Camino de Santiago in 20 days : my way on the Way of St. James : St. Jean Pied de Port to Santiago de Compostela, Randall St. Germain. 946 ST
Chewing gum and chocolate, photographs by Shomei Tomatsu. 952 TOM
Shomei Tomatsu has created a defining portrait of postwar Japan. Beginning with his meditation on the devastation caused by the atomic bombs in 11:02 Nagasaki, Tomatsu focused on the tensions between traditional Japanese culture and the nation's growing Westernisation.
Defending the City of God : a medieval queen, the first Crusades, and the quest for peace in Jerusalem, Sharan Newman. 956.944 NEW
A fresh and highly accessible history of the Holy Lands during the Middle Ages, revealing a rich and diverse culture and the fight to save Jerusalem from the Crusaders.
Domesday : book of judgement, Sally Harvey. 942.021 HAR
An unique study of the great eleventh-century survey of England, the Domesday Book, examining the compilation and content of the survey, as well as how it laid the foundations for the twelfth-century economy.
Easter Island's silent sentinels : the sculpture and architecture of Rapa Nui, Kenneth Treister. 996.18 TRE
Ecstatic nation : confidence, crisis, and compromise, 1848-1877, Brenda Wineapple. 973.6 WIN
Documents the rise of the United States during the nineteenth century, from the end of the Mexican-American War to Reconstruction, the displacement of the Indians, and the transformation of a confederation into one nation.
Fight or flight : Britain, France, and their roads from empire, Martin Thomas. 941.085 THO
Flashpoint in Ukraine : how the US drive for hegemony risks World War III, Stephen Lendman. 947.7 FLA
Great adventures : experience the world at its breathtaking best, written by Andrew Bain and 21 others. 910.2 BAI
High country in New Zealand, photographs by Rob Suisted ; text by Alison Dench. 993 SUI
Historic places of New Zealand, photography by Rob Suisted ; text by Dr Sven Schroeder. 993 SUI
History of the world in 1,000 objects. 909 HIS
Hometown New Zealand, photographs by Derek Smith. 993 SMI
Derek Smith has spent most of his working life working as a meter reader, a deliberate choice of occupation, as it has allowed his to pursue his vocation as a photographer.
How to ruin a queen : Marie Antoinette, the stolen diamonds and the scandal that shook the French throne, Jonathan Beckman. 944.035 BEC
In the kingdom of ice : the grand and terrible polar voyage of the U.S.S. Jeannette, Hampton Sides. 910.45 SID
A dramatic account of the ill-fated 19th-century naval expedition to the North Pole cites the contributions of German cartographer August Petermann, New York Herald owner James Gordon Bennett and famed naval officer George Washington De Long in the team's efforts to survive brutal environmental conditions.
JFK Jr., George, & me : a memoir, Matt Berman. 973.922 KEN
Colleague and friend of JFK Jr., Matt Berman, offers us a unique look at John's life as both a professional and "regular guy."
Klop : Britain's most ingenious spy, Peter Day. 327.12 UST
Klop Ustinov was Britain's most ingenious secret agent, but he wasn't authorised to kill. Instead, he was authorised to tell tall tales, bemusing and beguiling his enemies into revealing their deepest, darkest secrets.
Living & working in Australia : a survival handbook, David Hampshire. 994 HAM
Londonopolis : a curious history of London, Martin Latham. 942.1 LAT
Love in the outback, Deb Hunt. 920.72 HUN
The true story of an unlikely romance set in the Australian outback.
Me and my Hero, Tim Mulliner. 954 MUL
Me and My Hero tells the story of Tim's impressions of rural and urban India as he struggles to come to terms with the rigid caste system that still dictates life for many. It details the rigour and joy of travelling by bicycle in what is arguably one of the most colourful and fascinating countries in the world.
Medieval people : vivid lives in a distant landscape : from Charlemagne to Piero della Francesca, Michael Prestwich. 940.1 PRE
Melbourne dreaming : a guide to important places of the past and present, Meyer Eidelson. 994.51 EID
Mexico, this edition written and researched by John Noble and ten others. 972 NOB
Morocco, this edition written and researched by Paul Clammer ... et al. 964 MOR
My family and other scousers : a Liverpool boy's summer of adventure in '69, Dave Joy. 942.753 JOY
This evocative memoir recalls the long, heady days of Liverpool in the summer of 1969, as seen through the eyes of eleven-year-old Deejay. Infused with a distinctive Scouse sense of humour, this book tells the story of how Deejay filled his summer holiday having adventures - and misadventures - with his mischievous gang of young friends.
My house in Damascus : an inside view of the Syrian Revolution, Diana Darke. 956.91 DAR
My life as a foreign country, Brian Turner. 956.7044 TUR
My Life as a Foreign Country follows the experience of one soldier in one recent war: the preparations, actions, homecomings and infinite aftermath, but then explodes from those narrow limits. The result is an opportunity to enter the head of a man still stalked by war, to experience conflict with new definition and lasting effect.
Oamaru : New Zealand's living Victorian town, Paul Sorrell and Graham Warman. 993.91 SOR
Our house is not in Paris, Susan Cutsforth. 944.36 CUT
Accomplished almost singlehandedly during their working holidays, Our House is Not in Paris is a story of pushing boundaries, aiming high and, most of all, taking risks. With humour, poetry and insight, Susan's story shows that you can do more than simply dream.
Paraguay, Geoff Groesbeck. 989.2 GRO
Phil Dickson's Wellington, Lorraine Olphert. 993.63 DIC
Paul Dickson, Wellingtonian, wanderer and artist, invites the reader on a voyage of self-discovery in and around the city and further afield in the nearby forest parks.
Remaking Rwanda : state building and human rights after mass violence, Scott Straus and Lars Waldorf. 967.571 REM
Rick Steves' Best of Europe. 2015. 940 STE
Rick Steves' Europe through the back door. 2015. 940 STE
Siberia : a history of the people, Janet M. Hartley. 957 HAR
Southeast Asia on a shoestring, this edition written and researched by China Williams and 9 others. 959 WIL
The Chrysolite : New Zealand immigration ship 1861-1862, Belinda Lansley. 910.45 LAN
The emperor far away : travels at the edge of China, David Eimer. 951.06 EIM
Travelling through China's most distant and unknown reaches, David Eimer explores the increasingly tense relationship between the Han Chinese and the ethnic minorities. Deconstructing the myths represented by Beijing, Eimer reveals a shocking and fascinating picture of a China that is more of an empire than a country.
The explorers : a story of fearless outcasts, blundering geniuses, and impossible success, Martin Dugard. 910.92 BUR
The friendship highway : two journeys in Tibet, Charlie Carroll. 951.5 CAR
Contending with Chinese bureaucracy, and sickness-inducing altitude, Charlie experienced twenty-first-century Tibet in all its beauty. Tibetan-born Lobsang fled the volatile region in 1989. An exile in Nepal, then a student in India, he was called back to Tibet by love. This book is about their encounter on the roof of the world.
The Habsburgs : dynasty, culture and politics, Paula Sutter Fichtner. 943.603 FIC
The Huguenots, Geoffrey Treasure. 284.5 TRE
The Parthenon enigma : a journey into legend, Joan Breton Connelly. 938.5 CON
The scorpion-fish, Nicolas Bouvier. 954.93 BOU
This razor-sharp chronicle of experience, which grew out of Bouvier's seven-month stay on the island of Ceylon, shows that if you travel, you must be prepared to discover not only delights but also the worst as well.
The temporary bride : a memoir of love and food in Iran, Jennifer Klinec. 955 KLI
Getting under the skin of one of the most complex and fascinating nations on earth, The Temporary Bride is a soaring story of being loved, being fed, and the struggle to belong.
The thing about Prague : how I gave it all up for a new life in Europe's most eccentric city, Rachael Weiss. 943.71 WEI
Rich in absurdities and gentle humour, The Thing About Prague is rife with insight, culture clashes, friendships and, above all, charm.
Uruguay, Anna Maria Espaster. 989.5 ESP
Vanishing Cornwall, Daphne Du Maurier ; photographs by Christian Browning. 942.37 DU
What did you do in the Cold War daddy? : personal stories from a troubled time, Ann Curthoys & Joy Damousi. 994.05 WHA
In this book, through twelve evocative stories of childhood and early adulthood in Australia during the Cold War years, writers from vastly different backgrounds explore how global political events affected the intimate space of home, family life and friendships.
What survives is gold : the East Coast of the North Island : stories of Reporua and Rangiahua in the 1930s and early 1940s, Dermot Mora & John Mora ; edited by Amy Brooke. 993.46 MOR
World without end : the global empire of Philip II, Hugh Thomas. 946.04 THO

House & Garden

500 kitchen ideas : style, function & charm, from the editors of Country living magazine. 747.79 DEV
Building construction handbook, Roy Chudley and Roger Greeno. 690 CHU
Cheers! : wine cellar design, chief editor, Cindy Lee, Xiao Yu Zhu. 641.22 CHE
George Stacey and the creation of American chic, Maureen Footer ; foreword by Mario Buatta. 747 STA
Hare + Klein : texture, colour, comfort, David Clark & Meryl Hare. 747 CLA
Whether it's a dark, traditional Federation home transformed by light and modern styling or an artefact-filled eco-lodge, Hare + Klein seamlessly strike the balance between casual living and elegant design.
Mal Corboy kitchens : with cuisine created by New Zealand's top chefs, photography by Kallan MacLeod. 747.79 COR
Masters & their pieces : best of furniture design, Manuela Roth. 749 ROT
Modern prairie sewing : 20 handmade projects for you & your friends, Abigail A. Long. 646.4 LON
Sell up, pack up & take off, Stephen Wyatt and Colleen Ryan. 646.79 WYA
Spotless A-Z : the ultimate guide to stain removal, Shannon Lush & Jennifer Fleming. 648.5 LUS
The 100 best bedrooms, photography, Jo Pauwels. 747.77 BED
The inspired home : nests of creatives, Kim Ficaro. 747 FIC
The sewists : DIY projects from 20 top designer-makers, Josephine Perry. 646.2 PER
Wild things to sew and wear, Molly Goodall. 646.406 GOO

Journalism

Deadline : the gripping memoirs of a pioneering newsman, Alan Sayers ; foreword by Sir Fred Allen. 070.92 SAY
Running away from home : finding a new life in Paris, London and beyond, Jane de Teliga. 070.44 DE
Jane de Teliga had it all a glamorous and fulfilling career as style director for Australian Vogue, a happy family life and a beautiful home in Sydney's stunning eastern suburbs. But when empty nest syndrome struck, she suddenly found herself wondering what it all meant.

Language

Complete Greek, Aristarhos Matsukas. 489.3834 MAT

Law

Adams on criminal law, editors: Hon Sir Bruce Robertson. 345 ADA
Confessions of a people smuggler, Dawood Amiri. 345.023 AMI
Profit from your idea : how to make smart licensing deals, Richard Stim. 346.048 STI

Literature

Above the dreamless dead : World War I in poetry and comics, Chris Duffy. 811.008 ABO
Behind the lines : creative writing with offenders and people at risk, Michael Crowley with a foreword by David Ramsbotham. 808.04 CRO
Goldeneye : where Bond was born : Ian Fleming's Jamaica, Matthew Parker. 823.914 FLE
Goldeneye: the story of Ian Fleming in Jamaica and the creation of British national icon, James Bond. From 1946 until the end of his life, Ian Fleming lived for two months of every year at Goldeneye the house he built on a point of high land overlooking a small white sand beach on Jamaica's north coast. All the James Bond novels and stories were written here.
Maurice Gee : a literary companion : the fiction for young readers, Elizabeth Hale. 823.914 GEE
Messenger : the legacy of Mattie J.T. Stepanek and Heartsongs, Jeni Stepanek with Larry Lindner. 811.6 STE
An inspiring look at Mattie Stepanek, a young man who embodied the best of human nature, touched millions, and worked tirelessly for peace — as told through the eyes of the woman who raised him.
The art of Neil Gaiman, Hayley Campell ; foreword by Audrey Niffenegger. 823.914 GAI
The mockingbird next door : life with Harper Lee, Marja Mills. 813.54 LEE
One journalist's memoir of her personal friendship with Harper Lee and her sister, drawing on the extraordinary access they gave her to share the story of their lives.
The sense of style : the thinking person's guide to writing in the 21st century, Steven Pinker. 808.04 PIN
The Zhivago affair : the Kremlin, the CIA, and the battle over a forbidden book, Peter Finn and Petra Couvee. 891.7 PAS
The Zhivago Affair gives an irresistible portrait of Pasternak, and takes us deep into the Cold War, back to a time when literature had the power to shake the world.
Virginia Woolf's garden : the story of the garden at Monk's house, Caroline Zoob. 823.912 WOO

Music & Musicians

Abba : the official photo book, foreword by Agnetha ... et al.; Jan Gravall ... et al. 781.64 ABB
Ancient & modern : hymns and songs for refreshing worship. 782.27 ANC
Broadway musicals : show-by-show, Stanley Green ; revised and updated by Cary Ginell. 782.14 GRE
Bruno Mars. 787.87 MAR
Cadence, Emma Ayres. 787.3 AYR
Memoir, intercontinental cycling adventure, music guide, Cadence is the debut book by ABC Classic FM's Emma Ayres.
Cowboys and indies : the epic history of the record industry, Gareth Murphy. 781.49 MUR
Definitely maybe, Alex Niven. 781.66 OAS
Alex Niven charts the astonishing rise of Oasis in the mid 1990s and celebrates the life-affirming, communal force of songs such as "Live Forever," "Supersonic," and "Cigarettes & Alcohol." In doing so, he seeks to reposition Oasis in relation to their Britpop peers and explore one of the most controversial pop-cultural narratives of the last thirty years.
Here comes the night : the dark soul of Bert Berns and the dirty business of rhythm & blues, Joel Selvin. 781.643 BER
I never met a story I didn't like : mostly true tall tales, Todd Snider. 781.64 SNI
For years, Todd Snider has been one of the most beloved country-folk singers in the United States, compared to Bob Dylan, Tom Petty, John Prine, and dozens of others.
My beautiful dark twisted fantasy, Kirk Walker Graves. 781.66 WES
The Career of Kanye West
Popular singing and style, Donna Soto-Morettini. 783 SOT
Raisin' Cain : the wild and raucous story of Johnny Winter, Mary Lou Sullivan. 781.643 WIN
Author Mary Lou Sullivan sat with Johnny Winter for hours of exclusive, no-holds-barred interviews, covering the guitar slinger's entire career.
Smile, Luis Sanchez. 781.66 BEA
Sanchez traces the musical journey that transformed The Beach Boys from West Coast surf heroes into America's pop luminaries, and ultimately why Smile represents a tumultuous turning point in the history of popular music.
The best years of our lives, Richard Clapton. 781.66 CLA
Outrageous, funny, insightful and poignant, this is the rock memoir to beat them all. In celebration of 40 years of fabulous music and iconic songs, welcome to The Best Years of Our Lives.
The problem with music in New Zealand and how to fix it ; &, Why I started and ran Puppies, Ian Jorgensen (Blink). 338.4778 JOR
There goes gravity : a life in rock and roll, Lisa Robinson. 781.66 ROB
An influential music columnist for "The New York Post" presents an insider's assessment of major rock-and-roll personalities while tracing her career and the genre's evolution throughout the past four decades.
What's exactly the matter with me? memoirs of a life in music, P.F. Sloan and S. E. Feinberg ; [foreword by Rumer]. 781.64 SLO
A first-person account of an extraordinary life and pilgrimage through the most fascinating years of American and English musical culture.

Natural Science

A sparrowhawk's lament : how British breeding birds of prey are faring, David Cobham with illustrations by Bruce Pearson. 598.9 COB
Albatross, Graham Barwell. 598.42 BAR
An indomitable beast : the remarkable journey of the jaguar, Alan Rabinowitz. 599.75 RAB
Birds : the art of ornithology, Jonathan Elphick. 598 ELP
Flora : an artistic voyage through the world of plants, Sandra Knapp. 743.7 KNA
Through botanical paintings and insightful essays, this book examines the fascinating history of plants and flowers. Over 20 plant families are profiled, including cacti, daffodils, iris, magnolia, poppies, roses, tulips and waterlilies.
H is for Hawk, Helen Macdonald. 598.94 MCD
Hedgehog, Hugh Warwick. 599.33 WAR
Leopard, Desmond Morris. 599.75 MOR
Nature's fury : the illustrated history of wild weather & natural disasters. 551.5 NAT
North New Zealand : a natural history of the upper North Island, Peter Hadden. 508.93 HAD
Ocean : the definitive visual guide. 551.46 OCE
Plants : from roots to riches, Kathy Willis and Carolyn Fry. 580 WIL
Shrewdunnit : the nature files, Conor Mark Jameson. 508 JAM
Conor Mark Jameson has spent most of his life exploring the natural environment and communicating his enthusiasm for it to family, friends and, more recently, readers of a range of newspapers and magazines. Shrewdunnit brings together the best of these dispatches, alongside unpublished essays, in a poetic and evocative journal that inspires and delights.
The kea, a collection of photographs by Corey Mosen. 598.71 MOS
The predator paradox : ending the war with wolves, bears, cougars, and coyotes, John A. Shivik. 591.53 SHI
The walker's guide to outdoor clues and signs : their meaning and the art of making predictions and deductions, Tristan Gooley ; illustrations by Neil Gower. 508
Urban Peregrines, Ed Drewitt. 598.96 DRE
Weeds of North America, Richard Dickinson and France Royer. 581.65 DIC
Zealandia : our continent revealed, Nick Mortimer & Hamish Campbell. 508.9 MOR
The definitive book on Earth's seventh geological continent - a spellbinding revision of the natural environment in which New Zealand and the western Pacific exist

Parenting

A parent's guide to the iPad in easy steps, Nick Vandome. 004.165 IPA
Freeing your child from anxiety : practical strategies to overcome fears, worries, and phobias and be prepared for for life from toddlers to teens, Tamar Chansky, Ph.D. ; illustrations by Phillip Stern. 618.9285 CHA
Good ideas : how to be your child's (and your own) best teacher, Michael Rosen. 649.1 ROS
How not to calm a child on a plane : and other lessons in parenting from a highly questionable source, Johanna Stein. 649.1 STE
How to be the parent you always wanted to be, Adele Faber. 649.1 FAB
I spy a great reader : unlock the literary secret and get your child hooked on books, Jackie French. 649.58 FRE
Jo Frost's toddler SOS : practical solutions for the challenging toddler years, Jo Frost. 649.122 FRO
Later! : a guide to parenting a young adult, Gill Hines. 649.125 HIN
Nurturing new families : a guide to supporting parents and their newborn babies, Naomi Kemeny. 649.122 KEM
Reconnected kids : help your child achieve physical, mental, and emotional balance, Robert Melillo. 618.9289 MEL
Ten conversations you must have with your son, Dr Tim Hawkes. 649.132 HAW
Ten ways to destroy the imagination of your child, Anthony Esolen. 649.1 ESO
The discontented little baby book, Dr Pamela Douglas. 649.122 DOU

Pets & Animals

Citizen canine : our evolving relationship with cats and dogs, David Grimm. 636.0887 GRI
Horse lore : the traditional wisdom of Equus, Heidi Cooke & Trudy Nicholson. 636.1 COO
Horse rescue : inspiring stories of second-chance horses and the lives they changed, Joanne Schoenwald. 636.1 SCH
How to train a superdog, Gwen Bailey. 636.70887 BAI
On the hoof : the untold story of drovers in New Zealand, Ruth Entwistle Low. 636.2 LOW
Parisian cats, text by Olivia Snaije ; photography by Nadia Benchallal. 636.8 KIA
The dog groomer's manual : a definitive guide to the science, practice and art of dog grooming, Sue Gould. 636.7083 GOU
The holistic cat : a complete guide to natural health care, Holly Mash. 636.8089 MAS
Travels with Casey, Benoit Denizet-Lewis. 636.7 DEN
Wylie : the brave street dog who never gave up, Pen Farthing. 636.7 FAR

Philosophy & Psychology

The Bloomsbury companion to philosophical logic, Leon Horsten and Richard Pettigrew. 160 BLO
The Bloomsbury companion to Spinoza, Wiep van Bunge. 199 SPI
Benedictus Spinoza (1632-77) was among the most important of the post-Cartesian philosophers of the second half of the seventeenth century and is still widely studied today.

Photography

101 tragedies of Enrique Metinides, edited and with an introduction by Trisha Ziff ; captions by Enrique Metinides. 779 MET
Enrique Metinides' choice of the 101 key images from his life photographing crime scenes and accidents in Mexico for local newspapers and the nota roja (or red pages, for their bloody content) crime press.
Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Webb on street photography and the poetic image, introduction by Teju Cole. 779 WEB
Ciphers, Christoph Gielen. 779 GIE
Christoph Gielen's aerial views offer a look at America's most aberrant and unusual sprawl forms in ways we usually don't get to see.
iMovie, Dion Scoppettuolo. 778.59 SCO
Photography : the definitive visual history, Tom Ang. 770.9 ANG
Picture perfect social media : a handbook for styling perfect photos for posting, blogging, and sharing, Jennifer Young. 778.3 YOU
Post-photography : the artist with a camera, Robert Shore. 779 SHO
Saul Leiter : early black and white, Max Kozloff. 779 LEI
Sublime nature : photographs that awe & inspire, Cristina Mittermeier. 778.93 GOE
The world atlas of street photography, Jackie Higgins ; foreword by Max Kozloff. 779 HIG

Plays

How to read Shakespeare, Nicholas Royle. 822.33 ROY
Shakespeare for grown-ups : everything you need to know about the Bard, E. Foley & B. Coates. 822.33 FOL

Poetry

Blazing Star : the life and times of John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester, Alexander Larman. 821.4 ROC
Fallen grace, poems by MaryJane Thomson. 821.92 THO
Philip Larkin : life, art and love, James Booth. 821.914 LAR
Si no te hubieras ido = If only you hadn't gone, Rogelio Guedea. 868.99211 GUE
A poignant and humourous series of poems exploring the mental state and post-separation daily life of an obsessive-compulsive writer, as he addresses his absent partner.
Sleeping on horseback, Frances Samuel. 821.92 SAM
In her first collection, Frances Samuel leads us into the lives of characters we have not met before in New Zealand.
The art of excavation, Leilani Tamu. 821.92 TAM
In The Art of Excavation, Leilani Tamu delves into the complex and multifaceted nature of the region that we know as the Pacific.
The war poems, Siegfried Sassoon. 821.91 SAS
There's a medical name for this, Kerrin P. Sharpe. 821.92 SHA
The pilgrim poems in this collection persuade the other poems and the readers to join them on a quest for personal meaning. All the while there is the feeling that the movement forward is really towards the place where it all began.
Waha = Mouth, Hinemoana Baker. 821.92 BAK
Grief, death, infertility - Hinemoana Baker confronts a personal and societal darkness in this new collection of poems but does so with surprising humour and with an eye that seeks out the unlikely image, an ear that forces us to hear afresh the strangeness in our everyday language.

Politics & Government

Agent Storm : my life inside al-Qaeda, Morten Storm. 327.12 STO
Dirty politics : how attack politics is poisoning New Zealand's political environment, Nicky Hager. 324.293 HAG
How to be a conservative, Roger Scruton. 320.52 SCR
Klansville, U.S.A. : the rise and fall of the civil rights-era Ku Klux Klan, David Cunningham. 322.42 CUN
September showdown : the political junkie's guide to success at the polls, John Terris. 320.993 TER
Sri Lanka's secrets : how the Rajapaksa regime gets away with murder, Trevor Grant. 323.11948 GRA
The new emperors : power and the princelings in China, Kerry Brown. 320.951 BRO
Two sides of the moon : our story of the Cold War space race, David Scott and Alexei Leonov with Christine Toomey. 629.45 SCO
World order : reflections on the character of nations and the course of history, Henry Kissinger. 327 KIS

Religion & Ethics

Christendom destroyed : Europe 1517-1648, Mark Greengrass. 270.6 GRE
How to read the Qur'an, Mona Siddiqui. 297.12 SID
If I had lunch with C. S. Lewis : exploring the ideas of C. S. Lewis on the meaning of life, Alister McGrath. 230 LEW
Indie spiritualist : a no bullshit exploration of spirituality, Chris Grosso ; foreword by Noah Levine. 204 GRO
Instinct : the power to unleash your inborn drive, T.D. Jakes. 248.4 JAK
Misquoting Muhammad : the challenge and choices of interpreting the Prophet's legacy, Jonathan A.C. Brown. 297 BRO
On Heaven and Earth : Pope Francis on Faith, Family and the Church in the 21st Century, Jorge Mario Bergoglio. 248.4 FRA
Seeking Allah, finding Jesus : a devout Muslim encounters Christianity, Nabeel Qureshi. 248.24 QUR
The gift of years : growing older gracefully, Joan Chittister. 200 CHI
The good book : how to read the Bible, Richard Holloway. 220.6 HOL
Why do Catholics eat fish on Friday? : the Catholic origin to just about everything, Michael P. Foley. 282 FOL

Science

1,001 calculus practice problems for dummies, Patrick Jones. 515 JON
A chosen calling : Jews in science in the twentieth century, Noah J. Efron. 500.89 EFR
A rough ride to the future, James Lovelock. 577 LOV
Presents a radical vision of humanity's future as the thinking brain of our Earth-system, the author's reflections on how scientific advances are made, and on his own remarkable life as a lone scientist.
An amateur's guide to observing and imaging the heavens, Ian Morison. 522 MOR
Astrophotography, Thierry Legault. 522.63 LEG
Modern photographic equipment allows amateurs to take pictures of the stars that far surpass images taken just a few decades ago by the largest observatories - and this book will teach you how.
Chemical elements, David E. Newton ; Kathleen J. Edgar, editor. 546 NEW
Curiosity : an inside look at the Mars rover mission and the people who made it happen, Rod Pyle. 523.43 PYL
Final frontier : the pioneering science and technology of exploring the universe, Brian Clegg. 629.4 CLE
Geometry : tutorial and practice problems, Sonal Bhatt and Rebecca Dayton. 516 BHA
It started with Copernicus : vital questions about science, Keith Parsons. 501 PAR
Mars up close : inside the Curiosity mission, Marc Kaufman. 523.43 KAU
Nearest star : the surprising science of our sun, Leon Golub, Jay M. Pasachoff. 523.7 GOL
Physics for rock stars : making the laws of the universe work for you, Christine McKinley. 530 MCK
Quantum mechanics demystified, David McMahon. 530.12 MCM
Sally Ride : America's first woman in space, Lynn Sherr. 629.45 RID
Starlight detectives : how astronomers, inventors, and eccentrics discovered the modern universe, Alan Hirshfeld. 523.1 HIR
The lagoon : how Aristotle invented science, Armand Marie Leroi. 509 LER
In The Lagoon, acclaimed biologist Armand Marie Leroi recovers Aristotle's science. He goes to Lesbos to see the creatures that Aristotle saw, where he saw them, and explores the Philosopher's deep ideas and inspired guesses as well as the things that he got wildly wrong.
The planets : the definitive guide to our solar system, consultant, Maggie Aderin-Pocock. 523.4 PLA

Self Development

Brainstorm : the power and purpose of the teenage brain, Daniel J. Siegel, M.D. 155.5 SIE
Go wild : free your body and mind from the afflictions of civilization, John J. Ratey, MD. 153 RAT
GO WILD examines how tapping into our core DNA combats modern disease and psychological afflictions, from autism and depression to diabetes and heart disease. By focusing on the ways of the past, it is possible to secure a healthier and happier future, and Go wild will show you how.
Green : the history of a color, Michel Pastoureau. 155.9 PAS
Examining the evolving place of green in art, clothes, literature, religion, science, and everyday life, Michel Pastoureau traces how culture has profoundly changed the perception and meaning of the colour over millennia and how we misread cultural, social, and art history when we assume that colors have always signified what they do today.
How we are, Vincent Deary. 150 DEA
Explores the power of habit and the difficulty of change. A story told in three parts, this title gets right to the heart of what it means to be human: how we work, how we break, and how we mend.
Intimacy & solitude : how to give love and how to receive it, Stephanie Dowrick. 158.2 DOW
Minimalism : live a meaningful life, Joshua Fields Millburn & Ryan Nicodemus. 158 MIL
Quiet the mind : an illustrated guide on how to meditate, Matthew Johnstone. 158.12 JOH
Silence your mind, Ramesh Manocha. 155.9042 MAN
The confidence code : the science and art of self-assurance - what women should know, Katty Kay and Claire Shipman. 158 KAY
The iceberg, Marion Coutts. 155.937 COU
The Iceberg is an unflinching, honest exploration of staring death in the face, finding solace in strange places, finding beauty and even joy in the experience of dying.
The power of No : because one little word can bring health, abundance, and happiness, James Altucher and Claudia Azula Altucher. 158.1 ALT
The science of trust : emotional attunement for couples, John M. Gottman. 155.645 GOT
The tapping solution : a revolutionary system for stress-free living, Nick Ortner. 155.9042 ORT
The trauma of everyday life, Dr Mark Epstein. 155.9 EPS
This title uncovers the transformational potential of trauma, revealing how it can be used for the mind's own development.
Wild creative : igniting your passion and potential in work, home, and life, Tami Lynn Kent. 153.35 KEN
You are now less dumb : how to conquer mob mentality, how to buy happiness, and all the other ways to outsmart yourself, David McRaney. 153.43 MCR
The popular blogger and author of the best-selling "You Are Not So Smart" shares more discoveries about self-delusion and irrational thinking,

Social Issues

A breath of hope : 50 years of breathing better : the Asthma Foundation 1964 to 2014, Mary Louise Ormsby. 362.19623 ORM
A practical guide to working with suicidal youth : a New Zealand perspective, Francis Jamieson. 362.28 JAM
A sister's secret : two sisters, a harrowing secret, one fight for justice, Debbie Grafham with Heather Bishop. 362.76 GRA
'I was nine and the big sister. I wanted to keep her safe. He basically promised me that if I let him abuse me, he wouldn't touch my sister again.' Debbie Grafham's childhood had been far from normal, but when she was just nine years old her life changed forever.
Action plan for living with an alcoholic : a survival guide for partners & spouses, Lilly Laine ; edited and foreword by Tracey West. 362.292 LAI
Behind those care home doors : how to avoid care 'professionals' with their eyes wide shut, Adeline Dalley. 362.61 DAL
Beyond the toxic harvest : a chemical poisoning survivor story : beating the odds, making miracles, Eve Hillary. 363.7384 HIL
Dangerous odds, Marisa Lankester. 306.48 LAN
The author recounts her experiences working in the illegal sports betting world, chronicling her love for a business partner, career as a model, and flight from the FBI.
Destination New Zealand : migrant women tell their stories : a collection of 12 personal stories, Judith Anne Crews. 304.893 CRE
Elder abuse and its prevention : workshop summary, Rachel M. Taylor. 362.6 TAY
Fat, 40 & fired : the year I lost my job and got a life, Nigel Marsh. 306.8742 MAR
Flight 232 : a story of disaster and survival, Laurence Gonzales. 363.12465 GON
An unforgettable drama of the triumph of heroism over tragedy and human ingenuity over technological breakdown.
How to think more about sex, Alain de Botton. 306.7 DE
Covering topics that include lust, fetishism, adultery and pornography, Alain de Botton frankly articulates the dilemmas of modern sexuality, offering insights and consolation to help us think more deeply and wisely about the sex we are, or aren't, having.
If it's not one thing, it's your mother, Julia Sweeney. 362.734 SWE
Julia Sweeney was nearing forty and quite famous when she got on a flight to China to turn her life upside down. She had a flourishing career as a comedienne and performer, ample friends and admirers but what she didn't have was a child and after a string of non committal boyfriends she decided to adopt alone.
In the president's secret service : behind the scenes with agents in the line of fire and the presidents they protect, Ronald Kessler. 363.28 KES
Men explain things to me, Rebecca Solnit. 305.42 SOL
This book features that now-classic essay "Men explain things to me" with six perfect complements.
Mrs D is going without : I used to be a boozy housewife. Now I'm not. This is my book, Lotta Dann. 362.292 DAN
Mrs D is an alcoholic, albeit a very nice, respectable, articulate and groomed alcoholic. This is an honest, upfront, relatable account of one suburban housewife's journey from miserable wine-soaked boozer to self-respecting sober lady.
New Zealand by numbers. 304.6 NEW
A collection of statistical data on the development of the state of the nation. It shows how New Zealand has changed over the past decades.
Patients come second : leading change by changing the way you lead, Britt Berrett, Paul Spiegelman. 362.11 BER
Argues that the best patient care is predicated on hospital managers assembling and engaging high-performance employees and providing them with the tools and guidelines that allow them to take personal responsibility for their results.
Princess : more tears to cry, Jean Sasson. 305.42 SUL
Through advances in education and with access to work, Saudi women are breaking through the barriers; they are becoming doctors, social workers, business owners and are even managing to push at the boundaries of public life. This title offers the reader a glimpse into different aspects of Saudi society.
Raising our children's children : room in the heart, Deborah Doucette. 306.874 DOU
Refugees : why seeking asylum is legal and Australia's polices are not, Jane McAdam and Fiona Chong. 362.87 MCA
Straight expectations : what does it mean to be gay today?, Julie Bindel. 306.766 BIN
Super Power Baby Project, written and photographed by Rachel Callander. 362.19892 CAL
This is a photographic art book packed with stunning images of over 72 children with various chromosomal and genetic conditions. It tells the amazing stories of each child identifying their 'super powers'.
The impulse society : what's wrong with getting what we want, Paul Roberts. 306.3 ROB
The Korean popular culture reader, Kyung Hyun Kim and Youngmin Choe, editors. 306.09519 KOR
The new Arabs : how the millennial generation is changing the Middle East, Juan Cole. 305.8927 COL
The promise of a pencil : how an ordinary person can create extraordinary change, Adam Braun with Carlye Adler. 370 BRA
This the story of how a young man turned $25 into more than 200 schools around the world and the guiding steps anyone can take to lead a successful and significant life.
The shape we're in : how junk food and diets are shortening our lives, Sarah Boseley. 306.4 BOS
The social roots of risk : producing disasters, promoting resilience, Kathleen Tierney. 302.12 TIE
The underground girls of Kabul : the hidden lives of Afghan girls disguised as boys, Jenny Nordberg. 305.3 NOR
The upcycle : beyond sustainability : designing for abundance, William McDonough. 363.7 MCD
The upside of down : a memoir, Susan Biggar. 362.198923 BIG
When Susan's second baby was also born with cystic fibrosis, the insignificant worries of her old life slipped away, shifting her from 'normal mum' to 'gotta-figure-out-how-to-keep-the-kids-alive-mum'. This, and all that followed, was not what she expected. Set across the globe, in California, New Zealand, France and Australia, The Upside of Down is a story of belief, of learning that sometimes joy is a decision.
To the survivors : one man's journey as a Rape Crisis Counselor with true stories of sexual violene, Robert Uttaro. 362.883 UTT
Twee : the gentle revolution in music, books, television, fashion, and film, Marc Spitz. 306 SPI
Marc Spitz explores the first great cultural movement since Hip Hop: an old-fashioned and yet highly modern aesthetic that's embraced internationally by teens, twenty and thirty-somethings and even some Baby Boomers; creating a hybrid generation known as Twee.
Unretirement : how baby boomers are changing the way we think about work, community, and the good life, Chris Farrell. 306.38 FAR
Wear no evil : how to change the world with your wardrobe, Greta Eagan. 338.4768 EAG
Working lives c. 1900 : a photographic essay, Eric Olssen. 305.562 OLS

Sport & Recreation

At the altar of the road gods : stories of motorcycles and other drugs, Boris Mihailovic. 796.75 MIH
Bird dream : adventures at the extremes of human flight, Matt Higgins. 797.56 HIG
Boots 'n' all : continuing tales in the NZ back country, Tony Walsh. 799.2 WAL
Bowling fundamentals, Michelle Mullen. 794.6 MUL
Formula One : the complete story 1950 - 2014, Tim Hill ; photographs, Daily Mail. 796.72 HIL
Four steps to riding success, Karen Blignault. 798.23 BLI
Freedom climbers : the golden age of Polish climbing, Bernadette McDonald. 796.522 MCD
Golf : steps to success, Paul G. Schempp, Peter Mattsson. 796.352 SCH
Great British cycling : the history of British bike racing 1868-2014, Ellis Bacon. 796.62 BAC
It's a bit rugged, mate, the best yarns by 'Big Al' Lester. 799.2 LES
Once described as 'Barry Crump meets Fred Dagg', 'Big Al' Lester is the modern-day master of the hunting genre.
Legends in black : New Zealand rugby greats on why we win, Tom Johnson with Andy Martin, Geoff Watson and Margot Butcher. 796.333 JOH
Legends of the Tour, Jan Cleijne. 796.62 CLE
Frame by glorious frame, this beautiful graphic novel captures the essence of the Tour de France, the grit and the glory.
Nelson/Tasman mountain bike tracks, Steve Newport and the MTB-Buddies. 796.63 NEW
Pete the Bushman : hunting tales and back-country lessons from a wild West Coaster, Peter Salter with Nigel Zega. 799.2 SAL
Peter Snell and the Kiwis who flew, Vern Walker. 796.42 WAL
Rock deluxe North : a guide to the best crags and boulders, John Palmer, Tom Hoyle and Kester Brown. 796.5223 PAL
Surf craft : design and the culture of board riding, Richard Kenvin. 797.32 KEN
The climb, Chris Froome with David Walsh. 796.62 FRO
Tells the story of author's journey from a young boy in Kenya, riding through townships and past wild animals, and with few opportunities for an aspiring cyclist, to his unforgettable yellow jersey victory in the 2013 Tour de France. This title presents a story of determination, hardship and unimaginable success.
The complete yachtmaster : sailing, seamanship and navigation for the modern yacht skipper, Tom Cunliffe. 797.124 CUN
The cutting edge : the story of Kiwi motorsport legend Rod Millen, Rod Millen with John McCrystal. 796.72 MIL
The new Invincibles : how the 2013 All Blacks created history, Ron Palenski & Getty Images. 796.3336 PAL
The penalty, Josh Massoud. 796.3338 MAS
Tandy was the first person to be convicted for match-fixing in Australian history; a burden too heavy for one man to bear as Tandy's tragic and untimely death in April 2014 showed. Yet behind the sensational headlines, little is known about the real Ryan Tandy, the real story behind the match-fixing episode, or the police investigation that claimed his scalp.
TWR and Rover's SD1 : inside Tom Walkinshaw's Rover racing team, Allan Scott. 796.72 SCO
Understanding the golf swing, Manuel de la Torre. 796.3523 DE
Unforgettable : defining moments in New Zealand sport, Joseph Romanos. 796 ROM
What trout want : the educated trout and other myths, Bob Wyatt. 799.17 WYA

Trains, Boats, Planes

Ace the technical pilot interview, Gary V. Bristow. 629.13252 BRI
Confessions of a Qantas flight attendant : true tales and gossip from the galley, Owen Beddall with Libby Harkness. 387.742 BED
Paddleboats of Australia, Peter Plowman. 386.22 PLO
Stop the train! I want to get on : rediscovering New Zealand railway journeys, Graham Hutchins. 385.0993 HUT
Tall ships today : their remarkable story, Nigel Rowe. 387.2 ROW
The train book : the definitive visual history. 385 TRA
Tram disasters : British and foreign tram crashes and accidents, Peter Tuffrey. 388.46 TUF

War

American Tanks & AFVs of World War II, Michael Green. 358.18 GRE
Descent into hell : civilian memories of the Battle of Okinawa, Ryukyu Shimpo. 940.5425 DES
Engage the enemy more closely : the Royal Navy in the Second World War, Correlli Barnett. 940.545 BAR
Four thousand lives : the rescue of German Jewish men to Britain, 1939, Clare Ungerson. 940.5318 UNG
If it's not impossible : the life of Sir Nicholas Winton, Barbara Winton. 940.5318 WIN
There are around 6000 people in the world today who owe their lives to Nicholas Winton. This book explores the influences on his character as well as the historical events he was caught up in. Taken from his historical letters and writings, Winton's own words are introduced to convey the atmosphere of many of his diverse experiences.
Lords of the sky : fighter pilots and air combat, from the Red Baron to the F-16, Dan Hampton. 358.43 HAM
No front line : inside stories of New Zealand's Vietnam war, Claire Hall. 959.7043 HAL
Operation Tabarin : Britain's secret wartime expedition to Antarctica, 1943-45, Stephen Haddelsey with Alan Carroll ; foreword by HRH Princess Anne. 940.5429
Rebels : my life behind enemy lines with warlords, fanatics, and not-so-friendly fire, Aris Roussinos. 355.0218 ROU
Seaforth world naval review. 2014, editor, Conrad Waters. 359 SEA
The American way of bombing : changing ethical and legal norms, from flying fortresses to drones, Matthew Evangelista and Henry Shue. 358.42 AME
The animal Victoria Cross : the Dickin Medal, P.J. Hawthorne. 355.424 HAW
The German soldier in World War II, Michael Olive, Robert J. Edwards. 940.541 OLI
The last battle : when U.S. and German soldiers joined forces in the waning hours of World War II in Europe, Stephen Harding. 940.5421 HAR
The Ohio and Malta : the legendary tanker that refused to die, Michael Pearson. 940.545 PEA
Warsaw boy : a memoir of a wartime childhood, Andrew Borowiec ; edited by Colin Smith. 940.53438 BOR
Waterloo : a new history of the battle and its armies, Gordon Corrigan. 940.27 COR
Waterloo : four days that changed Europe's destiny, Tim Clayton. 940.27 CLA
When Paris went dark : the City of Light under German occupation, 1940-44, Ronald Rosbottom. 944.36 ROS
World War Two from above : an aerial view of the global conflict, Jeremy Harwood. 940.544 HAR

World War I

No better death : the great war diaries and letters of William G. Malone, John Crawford with Peter Cooke. 940.42 MAL
The Great War diaries and letters of Lieutenant-Colonel W. G. Malone who was commanding officer of the New Zealand Expeditionary Force at Gallipoli. Perhaps the greatest leader of men during the Gallipoli campaign.
Berry boys : portraits of First World War soldiers and families, Michael Fitzgerald and Claire Regnault. 940.393 FIT
Blood and thunder : the boys of Eton College and the First World War, Alexandra Churchill. 940.481 CHU
Fighting for empire : New Zealand and the Great War of 1914-1918, Christopher Pugsley. 940.4 PUG
Holding on to home : New Zealand stores and objects of the First World War, Kate Hunter and Kirstie Ross. 940.393 HUN
Living with high explosives : the 1st New Zealand Light Trench Mortar Battery 1916-1918, Keith Sloane. 940.41 SLO
Mud, blood and bullets : memoirs of a machine gunner on the Western Front, Edward Rowbotham ; edited by Janet Tucker. 940.41 ROW
Served in two armies : the life and times of Herbert Reginald Hansen including his own account of his time spent as a German prisoner of war in 1918, H.J. Hansen, P.J. Hansen. 940.481 HAN
Somme 1916, Andrew Robertshaw. 940.42 ROB
The deluge : the Great War and the remaking of global order, 1916-1931, Adam Tooze. 940.31 TOO
In the depths of the Great War, with millions of dead and no imaginable end to the conflict, societies around the world began to buckle. As the cataclysmic battles continued, a new global order was being born. This book tells the story of the struggle for global mastery from the battles of Western Front in 1916 to Great Depression of the 1930s.
The First World War in colour, Peter Walther. 940.3 WAL
To end all wars : the graphic anthology of the First World War, introduction by Pat Mills ; edited by Jonathan Clode and John Stuart Clark. 940.3 TO