New Titles Non-Fiction February 2020 (arrived in January 2020)

Art & Architecture

100 houses : nature and nurture., 728.37 ONE
150 best tiny space ideas, Francesc Zamora Mola 728.37 ZAM
Colour-pencil drawing : techniques and tutorials for the complete beginner, Kendra Ferreira 741.24 FER
Create your life book : mixed-media art projects for expanding creativity and encouraging personal growth, Tamara Laporte 702.81 LAP
Felix Vallotton, texts by Dita Amory 759.9494 VAL
This is the first comprehensive survey of Vallotton's career to be held in the UK. Through more than 80 paintings and prints, we explore an extraordinary body of work: from compelling portraits, magnetic still-lifes, luminescent landscapes and bitingly satirical prints, to interior scenes which reverberate with psychological tension.
Giovanni Bellini : the last works, David Alan Brown 759.5 BEL
History of art in Japan, Tsuji Nobuo 709.52 TSU
How to look at stained glass : a guide to the church windows of England, Jane Brocket 748.5 BRO
Lucian Freud : the self-portraits., 759.2 FRE
Notre-Dame de Paris : history, art, and revival from 1163 to tomorrow, text by Antonia Felix ; photo editor, Christopher Measom 726.6 FEL
Out there : SCAPE Public Art 1998-2018, Warren Feeney 709.93 FEE
Pre-Raphaelite sisters, Jan Marsh 704.042 MAR
Think of the images created by William Holman Hunt, John Everett Millais, Dante Gabriel Rossetti and others in their circle, however, and it is not men but pale-faced young women with lustrous, tumbling locks that spring to mind, gazing soulfully from the picture frame or in dramatic scenes painted in glowing colours. Who were these women?
Radical women : Jessica Dismorr and her contemporaries, Alicia Foster 759.2 DIS
Radical Women' tells an original story of British modernism from the perspective of Jessica Dismorr's career, along with the women artists some famous, some lesser-known she worked and exhibited with.
Self-portrait, Celia Paul 759.2 PAU
I'm not a portrait painter. If I'm anything, I have always been an autobiographer. Self-Portrait reveals a life truly lived through art. In this short, intimate memoir, Celia Paul moves effortlessly through time in words and images, folding in her past and present selves.
William Morris's flowers, Rowan Bain 704.9434 MOR


A different kind of life, Virginia Williams 796.72 WIL
In A Different Kind of Life, Ginny tells her story with honesty and humor, set against the glamorous backdrop of Formula One racing. She documents life before and after the devastating accident from falling in love with Frank at first sight to learning how to cope with his needs after he became severely disabled but remained fiercely independent.
A peer among princes : the life of Thomas Graham, Victor of Barrosa, hero of the Peninsular War, Philip R. Grant 940.27 LYN
Sir Thomas Graham, Lord Lynedoch, is best known for his exceptional military career. He was one of the Duke of Wellington's ablest lieutenants during the Peninsular War he won a great victory against the French at the Battle of Barrosa, conducted the siege of San Sebastian and acted as the duke's second in command.
A state at any cost : the life of David Ben-Gurion, Tom Segev 956.94052 BEN
In this definitive biography, Tom Segev uses previously unreleased archival material to give an original, nuanced account that transcends the myths and legends that have built up around the man.
Beneath the surface, Libby Trickett 797.21 TRI
Libby's memoir is an extraordinarily candid, revealing and inspiring account of both her public life as one of our greatest swimming champions, and her struggle to overcome her mental health challenges.
Between the stops : the view of my life from the top of the Number 12 bus, Sandi Toksvig 792.7 TOK
This long-awaited memoir from one of Britain's best-loved celebrities - a writer, broadcaster, activist, comic on stage, screen and radio for nearly forty years, presenter of QI and Great British Bake Off star - is an autobiography with a difference: as only Sandi Toksvig can tell it.
Bill and Horrie : Australia's greatest war horse and war dog, Roland Perry 355.424 PER
Bill the Bastard: Bill was massive. He had power, intelligence and unmatched courage. In performance and character he stood above all the other 200,000 Australian horses sent to the Middle East in the Great War. But as war horses go he had one serious problem. No one could ride him but one man - Major Michael Shanahan.
Breaking & mending, Joanna Cannon 610.92 CAN
A few years ago, I found myself in A&E. I had never felt so ill. I was mentally and physically broken. So fractured, I hadn't eaten properly or slept well, or even changed my expression for months. I sat in a cubicle, behind paper-thin curtains and I shook with the effort of not crying. I was an inch away from defeat but I knew I had to carry on. Because I wasn't the patient. I was the doctor."
Carrie Fisher : a life on the edge, Sheila Weller 791.43028 FIS
Cassius Dio, Jesper Majbom Madsen 937 CAS
This volume offers an introduction to the life and work of the 3rd-century-AD Greco-Roman senator and historian Cassius Dio, whose work, although imperfectly preserved in 80 books, is of fundamental importance to our understanding of Roman history.
Constellations : reflections from life, Sinead Gleeson 824.92 GLE
How do you tell the story of life that is no one thing? How do you tell the story of a life in a body, as it goes through sickness, health, motherhood? And how do you tell that story when you are not just a woman but a woman in Ireland? In this powerful and daring memoir in essays Sinead Gleeson does that very thing.
Down in the valley : a writer's landscape, Laurie Lee 942.417 LEE
Laurie Lee left his childhood home in the Cotswolds when he was nineteen, but it remained with him throughout his life, until, many years later, he returned for good. In this never before published collection, Laurie Lee guides us through his home landscape around Slad in Gloucestershire, and the memories of his youth there.
Hitler Volume I: Ascent 1889-1939, Volker Ullrich 943.086 HIT
I am dynamite! : a life of Friedrich Nietzsche, Sue Prideaux 193 NIE
Nietzsche himself thought that all philosophy was autobiographical and in this myth-shattering book, Sue Prideaux brings readers into the world of a brilliant, eccentric and deeply troubled man, illuminating the events and people that shaped his life and work.
I was born there, I was born here, Mourid Barghouti 892.7 BAR
I Was Born There, I Was Born Here takes up the story in 1998 when Barghouti returned to the Occupied Territories to introduce his Cairo-born son, Tamim, to his Palestinian family.
Ian McKellen : a biography, Garry O'Connor 792.028 MCK
Lady in waiting : my extraordinary life in the shadow of the crown, Anne Glenconner 941.085 GLE
The remarkable life of Lady in Waiting to Princess Margaret who was also a Maid of Honour at the Queen's Coronation and is a character in The Crown this autumn. Anne Glenconner reveals the real events behind The Crown as well as her own life of drama, tragedy and courage, with the wonderful wit and extraordinary resilience which define her.
Margaret Thatcher : the authorized biography. [Volume three], Herself alone, Charles Moore 941.085 THA
Marie-Antoinette, John Hardman 944.035 MAR
Me, Elton John 781.66 JOH
In his first and only official autobiography, music icon Elton John reveals the truth about his extraordinary life, which is also the subject of the smash-hit film Rocketman.
Mutual Admiration Society, Mo Moulton 823.912 SAY
A group biography of renowned crime novelist Dorothy L. Sayers and the Oxford women who stood at the vanguard of equal rights.
My life in football, Robbie Fowler 796.334 FOW
Robbie invites us inside the dressing room, sharing stories of legendary team-mates like Rush, Owen and Gerrard, his love of the Kop, his greatest achievements and his biggest regrets as well as the money, fame, and the hoopla that surrounds the modern game.
Noble savages : the Olivier sisters, four lives in seven fragments, Sarah Watling 941.082 OLI
In this intimate, sweeping biography, Sarah Watling brings the sisters in from the margins, tracing lives that span colonial Jamaica, the bucolic life of Victorian progressives, the frantic optimism of Edwardian Cambridge, the bleakness of two world wars, and a host of evolving philosophies for life over the course of the twentieth century.
Over the top : my story, Jonathan Van Ness 791.45028 VAN
The funny, poignant and inspirational memoir from Queer Eye's loveable connoisseur of hair, and style - Jonathan Van Ness. J
Parisian lives : Samuel Beckett, Simone de Beauvoir, and me : a memoir, Deirdre Bair 818.54 BAI
A memoir of the author's experience writing biographies of Samuel Beckett and Simone de Beauvoir.
Pride and passion : my autobiography, Warren Gatland 796.33307 GAT
Warren Gatland is one of the world's most renowned and intriguing rugby coaches of the modern era.
Queen Meryl : the iconic roles, heroic deeds, and legendary life of Meryl Streep, Erin Carlson 791.43028 STR
Curated with illustrations by artist Justin Teodoro, along with unexpected sidebars, lists, and intermissions, Queen Meryl is a captivating and inspiring portrait of an artist and trailblazer still at the top of her game.
Radio heaven : one woman's journey to Grace, Dr. Sam Collins 338.04 COL
This powerfully captures the story of one woman growing up on a rough housing estate in England to living the dream in California and adopting a little girl called Grace from war-torn DR Congo.
Rose QC : the remarkable story of Rose Heilbron : trailblazer and legal icon Also published with the title: Rose Heilbron, Hilary Heilbron 347.014 HEI
Rose Heilbron QC (later Dame Rose Heilbron), was an English barrister, who became a world famous icon of the 1950s and 1960s. She was one of the two first women King's Counsel (later Queen's Counsel) in 1949 and the first senior woman Judge in England in 1956 when she became Recorder of Burnley.
Saint Therese of Lisieux : the story of a life, Guy Gaucher 282.092 THE
Who was this young French Carmelite who died in 1897 of tuberculosis at age twenty-four? At a time when extreme physical penance was widespread in many religious orders, Therese would have none of it. Her passionate love of Jesus led her to concentrate entirely on him rather than on personal austerities.
Sam Wanamaker : a global performer, Diana Devlin 791.43028 WAN
Actor. Director. Activist. Sam Wanamaker is best known as the man who spent the last twenty five years of his life reconstructing Shakespeare's Globe near its original site just south of the Thames in London.
Tall tales and wee stories, Billy Connolly 792.7 CON
With an introduction and original illustrations by Billy throughout, this book it is an inspirational, energetic and riotously funny read, and a fitting celebration of our greatest ever comedian.
The contender : the story of Marlon Brando, William J. Mann 791.43028 BRA
The first showman : the extraordinary Mr Astley, the Englishman who invented the modern circus, Karl Shaw 791.3 AST
The life and afterlife of Harry Houdini, Joe Posnanski 793.8 HOU
Both a personal obsession and an odyssey of discovery, Posnanski draws inspiration from his lifelong passion for and obsession with magic, blending biography, memoir, and first-person reporting to examine Harry Houdini's life and legacy.
The life of Saint Teresa of Avila : a biography, Carlos Eire 282.092 TER
Carlos Eire tells the story of this incomparable spiritual masterpiece, examining its composition and reception in the sixteenth century, the various ways its mystical teachings have been interpreted and reinterpreted across time, and its enduring influence in our own secular age.
The sisters of Auschwitz : the true story of two Jewish sisters' resistance in the heart of Nazi territory, Roxane van Iperen 940.5318 BRI
The white sniper : Simo Hayha, Tapio A. M. Saarelainen 948.97 HAY
Chronicles the life and military career of Finnish sniper Simo Hayha, known as the deadliest sniper in history; he killed 542 Russian enemies in less than 100 days during the Winter War (the Russo-Finnish War) of 1939-40.

Business & Management

10X marketing formula : your blueprint for creating 'competition-free content' that stands out and gets results, Garrett Moon 658.872 MOO
Beginner's pluck : build your life of purpose and impact now, Liz Forkin Bohannon 650.1 BOH
Career to calling : how to make the switch, Annie Stewart 650.14 STE
Everyone deserves a great manager : the 6 critical practices for leading a team, Scott Miller 658.409 MIL
Job interview tips for overcoming red flags : winning strategies, examples, and short stories for people with not-so-hot backgrounds, Ronald L. Krannich, Ph.D 650.144 KRA
Radical candor : how to get what you want by saying what you mean, Kim Scott 658.45 SCO
Snakes in suits : understanding and surviving the psychopaths in your office, Paul Babiak 658.315 BAB
The 3-minute rule : saying less to get more out of any pitch or presentation, Brant Pinvidic 658.452 PIN
Think on your feet : tips and tricks to improve your impromptu communication skills on the job, Jen Oleniczak Brown 650.1 BRO
User friendly : how the hidden rules of design are changing the way we live, work and play, Cliff Kuang with Robert Fabricant 658.57 KUA
It feels like magic when new gadgets intuit our needs before we realise them ourselves. But how have designers throughout history created products and machines that anticipate our every move, feel, and want?


Customer service wolf : comics from the retail wilderness, Anne Barnetson 741.5 BAR
Join Customer Service Wolf and colleagues as they navigate the most awkward customer interactions imaginable, plus a few that are beyond imagination.
My solo exchange diary. 1, (true) story & art by Nagata Kabi 741.5 NAG
Struggling with the idea of living alone and adjusting to the effects of her previous book's success, this follow-up to the award-winning autobiographical comic continues the author's quest for self-acceptance and love.
My solo exchange diary. 2, (true) story & art by Nagata Kabi 741.5 NAG
Living on her own is harder than Nagata Kabi expected. Building relationships is difficult too, but with a new friendship to cultivate and a new perspective on her family, she's doing her best to open up and become a warm, compassionate person!
Peanuts every Sunday. [7] : 1981-1985, Charles M. Schulz 741.5 SCH
Petrichor, Gareth A. Hopkins 741.5 HOP
Petrichor is an enigmatic blend of abstract imagery and words that subtly sculpts a world beyond the filtered vision we are used to experiencing.
Strange planet, Nathan W Pyle 741.5 PYL
Strange Planet covers a full life cycle of the planet's inhabitants, including milestones such as: The Emergence Day, Being Gains a Sibling, the Being Family Attains a Beast.

Computing & Digital

Android phones for seniors in easy steps, Nick Vandome 621.38456 VAN
Build your own computer : an illustrated guide, Hugh Pittman 621.391 PIT
Data visualisation : a handbook for data driven design, Andy Kirk 001.42 KIR
How charts lie : getting smarter about visual information, Alberto Cairo 006.6 CAI
iPhone for seniors in easy steps, Nick Vandome 621.38456 VAN
Professional JavaScript for web developers, Matt Frisbie 005.133 JAV
Python machine learning : machine learning and deep learning with Python, scikit-learn, and TensorFlow, Sebastian Raschka, Vahid Mirajalili 005.133 PYT
QuickBooks 2020, Stephen L. Nelson 657.0285 NEL
The art of invisibility : the world's most famous hacker teaches you how to be safe in the age of Big Brother and big data, Kevin Mitnick 005.8 MIT
Visual basic in easy steps, Mike McGrath 005.133 BAS
Windows 10 : May 2019 update, David Pogue 005.446 MIC
You look like a thing and I love you, Janelle Shane 006.3 SHA
Through her hilarious experiments, real-world examples, and illuminating cartoons, sJanelle Shane explains how AI understands our world, and what it gets wrong.

Crafts, Hobbies & Collecting

Alabama Studio style : more projects, recipes & stories celebrating sustainable fashion & living, Natalie Chanin 745.5 CHA
Barbie forever : her inspiration, history, and legacy, Robin Gerber 688.722 GER
Corgi toys, Mick Overton 629.221 OVE
Dorodango : the Japanese art of making mud balls, Bruce Gardner 745.58 GAR
Dream catchers : homemade mobiles, wall hangings, and jewelry, Charline Fabregues 731.55 FAB
Embroidery now, Jennifer Cardenas Riggs 746.44 RIG
Making a life : working by hand and discovering the life you are meant to live, Melanie Falick 745.5 FAL
In revealing stories and gorgeous original photographs, Making a Life captures all the joy of making and the power it has to give our lives authenticity and meaning.
The art of circular yokes., 746.432 ART
The Christmas tree book : the step-by-step guide to buying and decorating your tree with lighting, ornaments, ribbons, and more!, Cassie Kitzmiller 745.59412 KIT
The other Russian dolls : antique bisque to 1980s plastic, Linda Holderbaum 688.722 HOL
The scented candle workshop : creating perfect home fragrance, from wax to wick, Niko Dafkos & Paul Firmin 745.593 DAF
Willing hands : the counted thread embroidery of Betsy Morgan., 746.44 MOR

Crime & Espionage

"I heard you paint houses" : Frank "the Irishman" Sheeran and closing the case on Jimmy Hoffa, Charles Brandt 364.1524 SHE
The first words Jimmy Hoffa ever spoke to Frank "the Irishman" Sheeran were, "I heard you paint houses." To paint a house is to kill a man.
After life : my journey from incarceration to freedom, Alice Marie Johnson with Nancy French 365.7 JOH
How do you hold on to hope after more than twenty years of imprisonment? For Alice Marie Johnson the answer lies with God. For years, Alice lived a normal life without a criminal record she was a manager at FedEx, a wife, and a mother. But after an emotionally and financially tumultuous period in her life left her with few options, she turned to crime as a way to pay off her mounting debts.
Body for rent : the terrifying true story of two ordinary girls sold for sex against their will, Anna Hendriks 364.1534 HEN
Body for Rent reveals the disturbing truth behind Amsterdam's Red Light District, and the shocking ease with which ordinary girls can be exploited.
Epstein : dead men tell no tales : spies, lies & blackmail, Dylan Howard 364.153 EPS
He was the billionaire financier and close confidant of presidents, prime ministers, movie stars and British royalty, the mysterious self-made man who rose from blue-collar Brooklyn to the heights of luxury. But while he was flying around the world on his private jet and hosting lavish parties at his private island in the Caribbean, he also was secretly masterminding an international child sex ring--one that may have involved the richest and most influential men in the world.
Females in the frame : women, art and crime, Penelope Jackson 364.162 JAC
Inside Broadmoor : up close and personal with Britain's most dangerous criminals, Jonathan Levi & Emma French 365.46 LEV
Broadmoor. Few place names in the world have such chilling resonance. For over 150 years, it has contained the UK's most violent, dangerous and psychopathic. Since opening as an asylum for the criminally insane in 1863 it has housed the perpetrators of many of the most shocking and appalling crimes in history.
Know my name : a memoir, Chanel Miller 364.1532 MIL
Brock Turner had been sentenced to just six months in county jail after he was found sexually assaulting "Emily Doe" on Stanford's campus. Her victim impact statement was posted on BuzzFeed, where it instantly went viral, was translated globally, and read on the floor of Congress. It inspired changes in California law and the recall of the judge in the case. Now Miller reclaims her identity to tell her story of trauma, transcendence, and the power of words.
Letters from Christopher : the tragic confessions of the Watts family murders, Cheryln Cadle 364.1523 CAD
In the early morning hours of August 13, 2018, in the small, quiet Colorado town of Frederick, after murdering his family, Chris Watts calculatingly and coldly put his girls in oil battery tanks and buried his pregnant wife in a shallow grave, then returned to work like nothing happened.
Love as always, Mum xxx : the true and terrible story of surviving a childhood with Fred and Rose West, Mae West with Neil Mckay 364.1523 WES
Manhunters : how we took down Pablo Escobar, Steve Murphy and Javier F. Pena 364.177 ESC
For the first time, legendary DEA operatives Steve Murphy and Javier F. Pena tell the true story of how they helped put an end to one of the world's most infamous narcoterrorists.
My story, Schapelle Corby with Kathryn Bonella 365.994 COR
Schapelle Corby walked out of Kerobokan Prison in 2014, leaving behind a dark hellhole of violence, corruption and squalor, and straight into a global media circus.
No one would listen : a true financial thriller, Harry Markopolos 364.163 MAR
No One Would Listen is the thrilling story of how the Harry Markopolos, a little-known number cruncher from a Boston equity derivatives firm, and his investigative team uncovered Bernie Madoff's scam years before it made headlines, and how they desperately tried to warn the government, the industry, and the financial press.
Peaky Blinders : the real story : the true history of Birmingham's most notorious gang, Carl Chinn 364.106 CHI
In this gripping social history, Chinn shines a light on the rarely reported struggles of the working class in one of the great cities of the British Empire before the First World War. The story continues after 1918 as some Peaky Blinders transformed into the infamous Birmingham Gang.
The arsonist : a mind on fire, Chloe Hooper 364.164 HOO
On the scorching February day in 2009 that became known as Black Saturday, a man lit two fires in Victoria's Latrobe Valley, then sat on the roof of his house to watch the inferno. In the Valley, where the rates of crime were the highest in the state, more than thirty people were known to police as firebugs. But the detectives soon found themselves on the trail of a man they didn't know.
The lost girls, Ava Benny-Morrison 364.1523 BEN
The true story of the cruel murder of Karlie Pearce-Stevenson and daughter Khandalyce

Customs & Etiquette

Be my guest, Priya Basil 394.12 BAS
The dinner table, among friends, is where the best conversations take place talk about the world, religion, politics, culture and cooking. In the same way, Be My Guest is a conversation about all those things, mediated through the sharing of food.
Crafting meaningful funeral rituals : a practical guide, Jeltje Gordon-Lennox 393.9 GOR
Etiquette guide to Japan : know the rules that make the difference!, Boye Lafayette De Mente 395 DE
The bonjour effect : the secret codes of French conversation revealed, Julie Barlow 395.5 BAR


The myth of laziness, Mel Levine, M.D 370.15 LEV
A leading expert in the art of learning shows parents how to help their children, and themselves, become productive adults, explaining what to do to help youngsters overcome the common and persistent problem of getting work done, identifying seven areas of neurodevelopmental weakness.


100 innovations of the Industrial Revolution : from 1700-1860, Simon Forty 609 FOR
30-second engineering : 50 key fields, methods and principles, explained in half a minute, editor, James Trevelyan 620 THI
Backyard biodiesel : how to brew your own fuel, Lyle Estill & Bob Armantrout 665.3 EST
One hundred patents that shaped the modern world, David Segal 608 SEG
The life and legend of James Watt : collaboration, natural philosophy, and the improvement of the steam engine, David Philip Miller 621.1 WAT
Tower Bridge : operations manual : 1894 to date, John M. Smith 624.24 SMI


Inconspicuous consumption : the environmental impact you don't know you have, Tatiana Schlossberg 363.7 SCH
Tatiana Schlossberg reveals the complicated, confounding and even infuriating ways that we all participate in a greenhouse gas-intensive economy and society, and how some of the biggest and most consequential areas of unintended emissions and environmental impacts are unknowingly part of our daily activities.
Letters to the Earth : writing to a planet in crisis, introduction by Emma Thompson 363.7387 LET
These letters are the result of a callout from Culture Declares Emergency to the public to write a response to climate and ecological emergency. They are letters from all of us: parents and children; politicians and poets; actors and activists; songwriters and scientists. They are letters of Love, Loss Hope and Action to a planet in crisis.
The invisible killer : the rising global threat of air pollution - and how we can fight back, Gary Fuller 363.7392 FUL
Winterlust : finding beauty in the fiercest season, Bernd Brunner 508.2 BRU
This lovingly illustrated meditation on winter entwines the spectacular with the everyday, expertly capturing the essence of a beloved yet dangerous season, which is all the more precious in an era of climate change.

Fashion & Beauty

Blueprints of fashion : home sewing patterns of the 1940s, Wade Laboissonniere 391 LAB
Elegance : the beauty of French fashion, Megan Hess 746.92 HES
Handbags, Juergen Teller 391.44 TEL
How to be a redhead : a guide to beauty, skincare, hair care, fashion and confidence from the sisters who started the red hair revolution, Adrienne & Stephanie Vendetti 646.7 VEN
Iconic : the masters of Italian fashion, Megan Hess 746.92 HES
Prabal Gurung, foreword by Sarah Jessica Parker ; conversation with Hanya Yanagihara 746.92 GUR
A celebration of the brands's first ten years, this stunning monograph features collections from the Fall 2009 through Spring 2019 seasons and is filled with design inspirations, moods boards, sketches, runway shots, fashion editorials, detail photographs of clothing.
Skinside out, Robyn McAlpine 646.726 MCA

Film, Television & Theatre

Bond : behind the scenes, Mirrorpix 791.437 BON
Dalek : the astounding untold history of the greatest enemies of the universe, George Mann 791.457 MAN
Dear girls : intimate tales, untold secrets & advice for living your best life, Ali Wong 792.7 WON
Wong shares the wisdom she's learned from a life in comedy and reveals stories from her life off stage, including the brutal singles life in New York, reconnecting with her roots (and drinking snake blood) in Vietnam, tales of being a wild child growing up in San Francisco, and parenting war stories.
Game of thrones : a guide to Westeros and beyond, Myles McNutt 791.457 MCN
Harry Potter : magical places from the films : Hogwarts, Diagon Alley, and beyond, Jody Revenson 791.437 REV
Nightmares in the dream sanctuary : war and the animated film, Donna Kornhaber 791.433 KOR
In 2008, Waltz with Bashir shocked the world by presenting a bracing story of war in what seemed like the most unlikely of formats an animated film. Yet as Donna Kornhaber shows in this pioneering new book, the relationship between animation and war is actually as old as film itself.
Quentin Tarantino : the iconic filmmaker and his work, Ian Nathan 791.43023 TAR
Rick Baker : metamorphosis. I, 1950-1989, written by J.W. Rinzler 791.43027 BAK
Rick Baker: Metamorphosis chronicles the career of the legendary special effects and makeup artist, best known for his creature effects and designs.
Star Trek : the complete unauthorized history, Robert Greenberger 791.457 GRE
Star Trek Discovery : the official companion : the making of season 1, Bryan Cairns 791.457 CAI
Star wars art : illustration, 791.437 STA
Steven Spielberg : interviews, Brent Notbohm 791.43023 SPI
With this new collection of interviews, which includes eleven original interviews from the 2000 edition and nine new interviews, readers will recognize the themes that motivate Spielberg, the cinematic techniques he employs to create his feature films, and the emotional connection he has to his movies.
The art of Frozen II, Jessica Julius 791.433 JUL
The New York Times book of movies : the essential 1,000 films to see, selected by Manohla Dargis 791.437 NEW
The style of movement, Ken Browar and Deborah Ory 792.8 BRO
A breathtaking exploration of style and movement. Featuring more than eighty of today's most famous dancers captured in movement, and styled in garments designed by some of fashion's biggest names.

Finance & Economics

A happy future is a thing of the past : the Greek crisis and other disasters, Pavlos Roufos 330.9495 ROU
Beyond piggy banks and lemonade stands : how to teach young kids about finance (and they're never too young), Liz Frazier 332.024 FRA
Clean disruption of energy and transportation : how Silicon Valley will make oil, nuclear, natural gas, coal, electric utilities and conventional cars obsolete by 2030, Tony Seba 333.796 SEB
Fossil capital : the rise of steam-power and the roots of global warming, Andreas Malm 333.82 MAL
Good economics for hard times : better answers to our biggest problems, Abhijit V. Banerjee and Esther Duflo 330.9 BAN
How money became dangerous : the inside story of our turbulent relationship with modern finance, Christopher Varelas and Dan Stone 332.0973 VAR
I will teach you to be rich, Ramit Sethi 332.024 SET
Join the rich club : how to enrich your life & the lives of others, Peter Switzer 332.024 SWI
This is not a textbook but a "how to" book and if you follow Peter's lessons, you'll be in the position to get richer, help those who you love and leave yourself in an above-average comfortable position.
Journey from Guwahati to Machhiwara, Rajiv Bakshi 332.1 BAK
On the day of his Retirement as Senior Manager of Punjab & Sind Bank, Rajiv Bakshi decided all of a sudden to pen down his memoirs of 35 years starting from Guwahati in North Eastern India to Machhiwara a historical place in Ludhiana District.
Liberalism at large : the world according to the Economist, Alexander Zevin 052 ZEV
The cigarette : a political history, Sarah Milov 338.767 MIL
The great reversal : how America gave up on free markets, Thomas Philippon 330.973 PHI
The intelligent investor : the classic text on value investing, Benjamin Graham 332.678 GRA
The little book of common sense investing : the only way to guarantee your fair share of stock market returns, John C. Bogle 332.6327 BOG
The man who solved the market : how Jim Simons launched the Quant Revolution, Gregory Zuckerman 332.6 SIM
The triumph of injustice : how the rich dodge taxes and how to make them pay, Emmanuel Saez and Gabriel Zucman 336.29 SAE
Unbound : how inequality constricts our economy and what we can do about it, Heather Boushey 339.2 BOU
Why women have better sex under socialism and other arguments for economic independence, Kristen R. Ghodsee 335 GHO
The argument of this book can be summed up succinctly: unregulated capitalism is bad for women, and if we adopt some ideas from socialism, women will have better lives.


Chinese fairy tales and legends, Richard Wilhelm & Frederick H. Martens 398.20951 WIL
The anthology of Scottish folk tales 398.209411 ANT

Food & Drink

100 sweet treats and puds, Mary Berry 641.86 BER
Baltic : old & new recipes : Latvia, Lithuania & Estonia, Simon Bajada 641.59479 BAJ
Batch cooking, Keda Black 641.555 BLA
California cooking and southern style : 100 great recipes, inspired menus, and gorgeous table settings, Frances Schultz ; recipes by Stephanie Valentine 641.5973 SCH
Cannelle et Vanille : nourishing, gluten-free recipes for every meal and mood, written and photographed by Aran Goyoaga 641.563 GOY
Coastal : the story of a new build with simple seasonal recipes and projects to inspire, Deborah Hide-Bayne 641.564 HID
Comfort : food to soothe the soul, John Whaite 641.5 WHA
Drinkology : the science of what we drink and what it does to us, from milks to martinis, Dr Alexis Willett 641.87 WIL
Food artisans of Japan : recipes and stories, Nancy Singleton Hachisu 641.5952 HAC
Gino's Italian express, Gino D'Acampo 641.5945 DAC
Layered : baking, building, and styling spectacular cakes, Tessa Huff 641.8653 HUF
Matty Matheson : a cookbook, Matty Matheson 641.5 MAT
Modern sourdough : sweet and savoury recipes from Margot Bakery, Michelle Eshkeri 641.815 ESH
Perfect plates in 5 ingredients, John Whaite 641.5 WHA
Quick and delicious, Gordon Ramsay 641.555 RAM
Rustic French cooking made easy : authentic, regional flavors from Provence, Brittany, Alsace and beyond, Audrey Le Goff 641.5944 LE
The everything pegan diet cookbook : 300 recipes for starting and maintaining the pegan diet, April Murray 641.563 MUR
The paleo and vegan diets have been combined to form the ultimate healthy lifestyle, reinventing the way people eat
The Hairy Bikers' one pot wonders, Si King & Dave Myers 641.82 KIN
The heart of hospitality : great hotel and restaurant leaders share their secrets, Micah Solomon 647.95 SOL
Wok on : deliciously balanced Asian meals in 30 minutes or less, Ching-He Huang 641.595 HUA

Gardens & Gardening

Chilis : how to grow, harvest, and cook with your favorite hot peppers, Eva Robild 633.84 ROB
Gardening for mindfulness, Holly Farrell 635 FAR
Gardening with grains : bring the versatile beauty of grains into your landscape, Brie Arthur 635 ART
Growing trees & shrubs indoors : breathe new life into your home with large plants, D.J. Herda 635.965 HER
Naturalistic planting design : the essential guide, Nigel Dunnett 712.6 DUN
Paul Bangay's garden design handbook, photographs by Simon Griffiths 712.60994 BAN
Raising butterflies in the garden, Brenda Dziedzic 638.57 DZI
The tulip, Anna Pavord 635.93 TUL


A life on the line : a MICA flight paramedic's story, Darren Hodge 616.025 HOD
Open, honest reports, warts and all, this memoir is an unflinching account of how it feels, say, to pluck people from imminent death. And there are some laughs on the way.
Diagnosis : solving the most baffling medical mysteries, Lisa Sanders, M.D 616.075 SAN
Eat, drink, and be healthy : the Harvard Medical School guide to healthy eating, Walter C. Willett 613.2 WIL
Go go yoga kids : yoga lessons for children : teaching yoga to children through poses, breathing exercises, games, and stories, Sara J. Weis 613.7046 WEI
How to heal yourself from anxiety when no one else can, Amy B. Scher 616.8522 SCH
Keto : a woman's guide & cookbook : the groundbreaking program for effective fat-burning, weight loss & hormonal balance, Tasha Metcalf 613.28 MET
Keto diet : your 30-day plan to lose weight, balance hormones, boost brain health, and reverse disease, Dr. Josh Axe 613.28 AXE
OMD : change the world by changing one meal a day : the simple, plant-based program to save your health, save your waistline, and save the planet, Suzy Amis Cameron 613.262 CAM
Environmental advocate, mom of five, and former actor, Suzy Amis Cameron presents a clear-eyed and accessible guide for you to improve your health and shrink your personal carbon footprint simply by swapping one meat- and dairy- based meal for a plant-based one every day.
Pain and prejudice : a call to arms for women and their bodies, Gabrielle Jackson 613.0424 JAC
An incredibly important and powerful look at how our culture treats the pain and suffering of women in medical and social contexts.
Scatterbrain : how the mind's mistakes make humans creative, innovative and successful, Henning Beck 612.82 BEC
In this mind-bending book, award-winning neuroscientist Henning Beck explains why perfectionism is pointless and argues that mistakes, missteps and flaws are the keys to success.
The art of rest : how to find respite in the modern age, Claudia Hammond 613.79 HAM
The art of waiting : on fertility, medicine, and motherhood, Belle Boggs 616.692 BOG
The boy who felt too much : how a renowned neuroscientist and his son changed our view of autism forever, Lorenz Wagner 618.9289 MAR
The carnivore diet, [Shawn Baker, MD] 613.28 BAK
The heartland : finding and losing schizophrenia, Nathan Filer 616.8982 FIL
In The Heartland, Nathan Filer, a former mental health nurse, invites us to spend time in the company of some extraordinary people whose lives have been affected by this most strange of human conditions, and to discover their complex, surprising, painful, funny and ultimately relatable stories.
The joyful vegan : how to stay vegan in a world that wants you to eat meat, dairy, and eggs, Colleen Patrick-Goudreau 613.262 PAT
Transforming trauma, Dr James Gordon 616.8521 GOR
Doctor Gordon equips readers with the first evidence-based program to reverse the effects of trauma on our bodies and minds that he has used to support thousands of people across the world who have suffered from Syrian refugees and 9/11 survivors to everyday people with emotional or physical illness.
Ultimate pulmonary wellness : a new book, Dr. Noah Greenspan 615.836 GRE
Ultimate Pulmonary Wellness is a resource for all people living with respiratory disease including patients, their families and caretakers; and clinicians.
You are why you eat : change your food attitude, change your life, Dr. Ramani Durvasula 394.12 DUR

History, Geography & Travel

Above the din of war : Afghans speak about their lives, their country, and their future and why America should listen, Peter Eichstaedt 958.1 EIC
After the Berlin Wall : putting two Germanys back together again, Christopher Hilton 943.088 HIL
Agents of disorder : inside China's Cultural Revolution, Andrew G. Walder 951.056 WAL
As I walked out one midsummer morning, Laurie Lee 946 LEE
Abandoning the Cotswolds village that raised him, the young Laurie Lee walks to London. There he makes a living labouring and playing the violin. But, deciding to travel further a field and knowing only the Spanish phrase for 'Will you please give me a glass of water?', he heads for Spain.
Blazing paddles : a Scottish coastal odyssey, Brian Wilson 941.1 WIL
Alone in his kayak, Brian Wilson sets off from the Solway Firth on a 2000-mile odyssey around Scotland's extraordinarily varied coastline of cliffscapes, unspoiled shorelines, treacherous sea passages and beautiful Hebridean islands.
Brilliant maps : an atlas for curious minds, Ian Wright ; illustrated by 912 WRI
Canary Islands, Isabella Noble, Damian Harper 964.9 NOB
Lonely Planet's Canary Islands
Checkpoint Charlie : the Cold War, the Berlin Wall and the most dangerous place on Earth, Iain MacGregor 943.155 MCG
Chicago, Ali Lemer, Karla Zimmerman 977.311 LEM
Cruickshank's London : a portrait of a city in 13 walks, Dan Cruickshank 942.1 CRU
Digging up Britain : ten discoveries, a million years of history, Mike Pitts 930.1 PIT
England, Oliver Berry [and seven others] 942 BER
Lonely Planet's England
Fiji, Minal Hajratwala 996.11 HAJ
Journey to self, Barry D Hampshire 910.4 HAM
Offering the reader more than the excitement of travels and adventures in 1977 Europe and the Middle East, Barry Hampshire's engaging memoir examines the formative moments that helped him to mature and to design his life from the inside out bringing him spiritual joy.
Long ride for a pie, Tim Mulliner 796.64 MUL
London, February 2001. Tim Mulliner is fed up with English weather and food, and above all is pining for a good Kiwi Pie - Tim decides to cycle home - to Christchurch, New Zealand, via 22 countries and some of the world's hairiest roads.
Make the most of your time on Earth : the rough guide to the world., 910.2 MAK
Memento mori : what the Romans can tell us about old age & death, Peter Jones 930 JON
Nazi wives : the women at the top of Hitler's Germany, James Wyllie 943.086 WYL
In 'Nazi Wives' James Wyllie skilfully interweaves their stories, exploring their roles in detail for the first time against a backdrop of the rise and fall of Nazism and in the context of the aftermath, notable for the resolute lack of contrition from those wives who survived.
Neither wolf nor dog : on forgotten roads with an Indian elder, Kent Nerburn ; foreword by Robert Plant 978 NER
Against an unflinching backdrop of 90s reservation life in the western Dakotas, Neither Wolf Nor Dog tells the story of two men, one white and one Native American, connected by their own understandings of life yet struggling to find a common voice.
Paris or die : a memoir, Jayne Tuttle 944.36 TUT
The city of light, it seems, has its own plans for Jayne. Drawn there in an entirely unforeseen way, she finds herself in a vibrant and dizzying neighbourhood, living in a former monastery, studying at a famous theatre school, falling in love with a Frenchman too beautiful to be real.
Radicals, resistance, and revenge : the Left's plot to remake America, Jeanine Pirro 973.933 PIR
Pirro's keen analysis reveals the anti-Trump conspirators' corrupt methods and possible crimes, warning patriotic Americans before it is too late.
Rethinking oral history and tradition : an indigenous perspective, N?pia Mahuika 907.2 MAH
An Indigenous Perspective provides a specific native and tribal account of the meaning, form, politics and practice of oral history. It is a rethinking and critique of the popular and powerful ideas that now populate and define the fields of oral history and tradition, which have in the process displaced indigenous perspectives.
Rick Steves Krakow, Warsaw & Gdansk., 943.8 STE
Rick Steves Mediterranean cruise ports, Rick Steves with Cameron Hewitt 940 STE
Seattle, Robert Balkovich 979.777 BAL
Sht towns of Australia, Rick Furphy & Geoff Rissole 994 FUR
Silver, sword, and stone : three crucibles in the Latin American story, Marie Arana 980 ARA
Silver, sword, and stone is a vibrant, sweeping history of Latin America, told through three compelling lenses. The first, precious metal, of which silver is an enormous part. The second, the 'sword', is the culture of violence. The third, embodied in temples, elaborate cathedrals, or simple piles of rock, is the region's fervent adherence to religious institutions, built in stone.
Slow travel : reconnecting with the world at your own pace, Penny Watson 910.2 WAT
Spain, Sally Davies 946 DAV
Featuring DK's much-loved maps and illustrations
Stalin and the fate of Europe : the postwar struggle for sovereignty, Norman M. Naimark 940.55 NAI
Stories of the Sahara, Sanmao 966 SAN
Sanmao: author, adventurer, pioneer. Born in China in 1943, she moved from Chongqing to Taiwan, Spain to Germany, the Canary Islands to Central America, and, for several years in the 1970s, to the Sahara. Stories of the Sahara invites us into Sanmao's extraordinary life in the desert: her experiences of love and loss, freedom and peril, all told with a voice as spirited as it is timeless.
Syria's secret library : the true story of how a besieged Syrian town found hope, Mike Thomson 956.91 THO
The anarchy : the relentless rise of the East India Company, William Dalrymple 954.031 DAL
The border : the legacy of a century of Anglo-Irish politics, Diarmaid Ferriter 941.5082 FER
The cabin in the mountains : a Norwegian odyssey, Robert Ferguson 948.1 FER
In 2016, Robert Ferguson and his wife bought a piece of land high up in the Hardangervidda, the plateau that dominates south-central Norway, and on it they built such a hytte. For Ferguson, the hytte represented the realisation of a dream that first brought him to Norway from England more than thirty years ago.
The end is always near : apocalyptic moments from the Bronze Age collapse to nuclear near misses, Dan Carlin 909 CAR
In his first book, the creator of the award-winning podcast Hardcore History looks to some of humanity's most apocalyptic moments to understand the challenges of our future.
The first of everything : a celebration of human invention, Stewart Ross 609 ROS
The hermit king : the dangerous game of Kim Jong Un, Chung Min Lee 951.93 KIM
The history of Chile, John L. Rector 983 REC
The history of Libya, Bukola A. Oyeniyi 961.2 OYE
The involuntary American : a Scottish prisoner's journey to the new world, Carol Gardner 974.4 DOU
The man who discovered Antarctica : Edward Bransfield explained : the first man to find and chart the Antarctic mainland, Sheila Bransfield 910.92 BRA
The other side of the coin : The Queen, the dresser and the wardrobe, Angela Kelly 941.085 ELI
This revealing book provides memorable insights into what it's like to work closely with The Queen, to curate her wardrobe and to discover a true and lasting connection along the way.
The Persian war : in Herodotus and other ancient voices, William Shepherd 938.03 SHE
The quest for Frank Wild, Angie Butler 998.9 WIL
The Quest for Frank Wild tells the gripping story of Angie Butler's determination to unravel the truth of the final years of Frank Wild, one of the greatest British Edwardian Polar explorers of all time.
The rough guide to the 100 best places on Earth. 2020, editor, Helen Fanthorpe 910.2 ROU
The royals, Kitty Kelley 941.085 ELI
The unique states of America : can't-miss experiences across the USA., 973 UNI
The Wars of the Roses : the bloody struggle for England's throne, Hugh Bicheno 942.04 BIC
The worst journey in the world : with Scott in Antarctica 1910-1913, Apsley Cherry-Garrard 998.9 CHE
Three hours from : 894 amazing short trips from your favourite cities, [written by Isabel Albiston 910.2 ALB
Tokyo, Rebecca Hallet 952.135 HAL
Featuring DK's much-loved maps and illustrations
Travel goals : inspiring experiences to transform your life, Dora Ball 910.2 BAL
Unfamiliar fishes, Sarah Vowell 996.9 VOW
From the bestselling author of "The Wordy Shipmates" comes an examination of Hawaii's emblematic and exceptional history, retracing the impact of New England missionaries who began arriving in the early 1800s to remake the island paradise into a version of New England.
Uruk : first city of the ancient world, Nicola Crusemann 956.7 URU
This abundantly illustrated volume, first published in German, represents the most up-to-date assessment of the archaeological evidence gathered at the site of Uruk over the past century.
Venice & the Veneto, Peter Dragicevich, Paula Hardy 945.31 DRA
Lonely Planet's Venice & the Veneto
Walking in Italy's Cinque Terre : Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore, Gillian Price 945.18 PRI
Walking on the Azores : 70 routes across Sao Miguel, Santa Maria, Terceira, Graciosa, Sao Jorge, Pico, Faial, Flores and Corvo, Paddy Dillon 946.99 DIL
Whatever you do, don't run : true tales of a Botswana safari guide, Peter Allison 968.83 ALL
When Reagan sent in the Marines : the invasion of Lebanon, Patrick J. Sloyan 956.92 SLO

House & DIY

Faded glamour : inspirational interiors and beautiful homes, Pearl Lowe 747 LOW
Hand hewn : the traditions, tools, and enduring beauty of timber framing, Jack A. Sobon, master craftsman and architect 694.2 SOB
Hikaru Noguchi's darning : repair, make, mend, [translation, Camille White] 646.2 NOG
Hikaru Noguchi has become a guru of visible darning in Japan. With 12 different darning techniques and 63 inspirational examples, this detailed step by step guide makes the methods easy to follow.
Home sweet maison : the French art of making a home, Danielle Postel-Vinay 747 POS
Lonely Planet's global distillery tour, [contributors, James Bainbridge [and others]] 647.95 BAI
Pallet wood projects for outdoor spaces : 35 contemporary projects for garden furniture & accessories, Hester Van Overbeek 684.08 VAN
Pattern fitting with confidence, Nancy Zieman 646.404 ZIE
The book of home how-to : complete photo guide to outdoor building : decks, sheds, garden structures, pathways., 690.89 BOO
The way of the woodshop : creating, designing & decorating with wood, Aleksandra Zee 684.08 ZEE


Really?, Jeremy Clarkson 827.914 CLA
Clarkson's Back - and he's really had it this time.


Gotta get Theroux this, Louis Theroux 070.92 THE
In his book, Louis takes the reader on a joyous journey through his life and unexpectedly successful career. Nervously accepting the BBC's offer of his own series, he went on to create an award-winning documentary style that has seen him immersed in worlds as diverse as racist US militias and secretive pro-wrestlers, the violent gangs of Johannesburg and extreme drinkers in London.
The glossy years : magazines, museums and selective memoirs, Nicholas Coleridge 070.51 COL
Over his thirty-year career at Conde Nast, Nicholas Coleridge has witnessed it all. From the anxieties of the Princess of Wales to the blazing fury of Mohamed Al-Fayed, his story is also the story of the people who populate the glamorous world of glossy magazines.

Library Science

200+ original and adapted story program activities, Rob Reid 027.62 REI
Encourage reading from the start : essays, articles, and interviews from the field, Pat R. Scales 028.5 SCA
Serving teens with mental illness in the library : a practical guide, Deborah K. Takahashi 027.66 TAK
What we talk about when we talk about books : the history and future of reading, Leah Price 028 PRI
Your technology outreach adventure : tools for human-centered problem solving, Erin Berman 027.4 BER


97,196 words : essays, Emmanuel Carrere 844.914 CAR
Over the course of his career, Emmanuel Carrere has reinvented non-fiction writing. In a search for truth in all its guises, he dispenses with the rules of genre.
About women : conversations between a writer and a painter, Lisa Alther and Francoise Gilot 813.54 ALT
Lisa Alther and Francoise Gilot have been friends for more than twenty-five years. Although from different backgrounds (Gilot from cosmopolitan Paris, Alther from small-town Tennessee) and different generations, they found they have a great deal in common as women who managed to support themselves with careers in the arts, while simultaneously balancing the obligations of work and parenthood.
Agatha Christie, Cathy Cook 823.912 CHR
Cathy Cook delves into the secrets, mysteries and tricks that made Christie the most sensational and successful mystery writer of her time, and asks the question how is it that she managed to keep us guessing until the very end?
Bowie's books : the hundred literary heroes who changed his life, John O'Connell 028.9 OCO
Three years before he died, David Bowie made a list of the one hundred books that had transformed his life a list that formed something akin to an autobiography. From Madame Bovary to A Clockwork Orange, the Iliad to the Beano, these were the publications that had fuelled his creativity and shaped who he was.
Classic Krakauer : essays on wilderness and risk, Jon Krakauer 814.54 KRA
The gripping articles collected in Classic Krakauer--originally published in magazines such as The New Yorker, Outside, and Smithsonian show why he is considered a standard-bearer of modern journalism.
Essays, Lydia Davis 814.54 DAV
The visionary, fearless Lydia Davis presents a dazzling collection of essays on reading and writing, exploring the full scope of possibility within existing forms of literature and considering how we might challenge and reinvent these forms.
I'll give you a dollar if you consider this art : stories, poems, comics, and other ponderables ripped from the diaries of, Toddy Smith and Darren Nuzzo 818.6 SMI
A mechanic milks a cow, a recluse walks outside for the first time in three weeks, two teenagers watch tennis on mute, a grown man drinks a juice box in his underwear all of these moments strike the artful balance between intellectual acuity and lighthearted absurdity, establishing Toddy Smith and Darren Nuzzo as the new literary voices to listen to, laugh with and follow.
Incidental inventions, Elena Ferrante 854.914 FER
This is my last column, after a year that has scared and inspired me. With these words, Elena Ferrante, the bestselling author of My Brilliant Friend, bid farewell to her year-long collaboration with the Guardian.
Life : selected writings, Tim Flannery 828.914 FLA
This definitive collection of his work brings together thirty years of essays, speeches and occasional writing on palaeontology, mammology, environmental science and history, including the science of climate change and the challenges and opportunities we face in addressing this issue, so critical for all of us.
Monster, she wrote : the women who pioneered horror & speculative fiction, Lisa Kruger and Melanie R. Anderson 809.91 KRO
Weird fiction wouldn't exist without the women who created it. Meet the female authors who defied convention to craft some of literature's strangest tales. And find out why their own stories are equally intriguing.
Moscow has ears everywhere : new investigations on Pasternak and Ivinskaya, Paolo Mancosu 891.7 PAS
The conflict between Soviet Communists and Boris Pasternak over the publication of Doctor Zhivago did not end when he won the Nobel Prize, or even when the author died.
North face of Soho, Clive James 828.914 JAM
From Fleet Street to Clive James on TV, from Russian department stores to Paris fashion shows, writing plays, poetry, lyrics, reviews, essays, articles, and novels - as well as Unreliable Memoirs volumes one, two, and three - Clive James was never not insanely busy. Throw in fatherhood, some killer bees, and a satire starring Anne Robinson as Mrs. Thatcher, and you still don't have the half of it.
Patrick O'Brian : a very private life, Nikolai Tolstoy 823.914 OBR
In A Very Private Life, Nikolai Tolstoy draws upon his close relationship with his stepfather, as well as his notebooks, letters and photographs, to capture a highly researched but intimate account of those fifty years in Collioure that were the richest of O'Brian's writing life.
Professional writing, Sky Marsen 808.066 MAR
Reading backwards, John Crowley 814.54 CRO
Reading Backwards is John Crowley's first collection of non-fiction since In Other Words was published in 2007. Like its predecessor, this new book reflects an astonishing range of interests, both literary and otherwise.
Story craft : how to teach narrative writing, Martin Griffin and Jon Mayhew 808.04 GRI
The bad side of books : selected essays, D.H. Lawrence 824.912 LAW
Here Geoff Dyer, one of the finest essayists of our day, draws on the whole range of Lawrence's published essays to reintroduce him to a new generation of readers for whom the essay has become an important genre.
The coral sea, Patti Smith 811.54 SMI
Presents a series of poems and prose selections about the life and AIDS-related death of photographer Robert Mapplethorpe.
The sense of style : the thinking person's guide to writing in the 21st century, Steven Pinker 808.04 PIN
There's something about Darcy, Gabrielle Malcolm 823.7 AUS
For some, Colin Firth emerging from a lake in that clinging wet shirt is one of the most iconic moments in television. What is it about the two-hundred-year-old hero we so ardently admire & love?
Today is not a good day for war, David Krieger 811.54 KRI
Whose story is this? : old conflicts, new chapters, Rebecca Solnit 814.6 SOL
Who gets to shape the narrative of our times? The current moment is a battle royale over that foundational power, one in which women, people of color, non-straight people are telling other versions, and white people and men and particularly white men are trying to hang onto the old versions and their own centrality. In Whose Story Is This? Rebecca Solnit appraises what's emerging and why it matters and what the obstacles are.

Music & Musicians

A song for you : my life with Whitney Houston, Robyn Crawford 781.64 HOU
Whitney Houston is as big a superstar as the music business has ever known. She exploded on the scene in 1985 with her debut album and spent the next two decades dominating the charts and capturing the hearts of fans around the world. One person was there by her side through it all -- her best friend, Robyn Crawford.
Before we was we : madness, Madness with Tom Doyle 781.64 MAD
North London the mid 70s. Admist a background of bomb sites, squats, public houses, national strikes, National Front and at the very start of Thatcher's Britain, a recalcitrant collective of misfits and outsiders were about to make a name for themselves.
Crossroads, Mark Radcliffe 780.9 RAD
In this warm, intimate account of music and its power to transform our lives, Radcliffe takes a personal journey through these touchstone tracks, looking at the story behind the records and his own experiences as he goes in search of these moments.
Der fliegender Hollander, Richard Wagner 782.1 WAG
Disgraceland : musicians getting away with murder and behaving very badly, Jake Brennan 781.66 BRE
Disgraceland is a collection of the best of these stories about some of the music world's most beloved stars and their crimes.
Mister Good Times, Norman Jay 781.554 JAY
Mister Good Times is the enthralling story of a black kid growing up in a (largely white) working class world; of vivid, often violent experiences on the football terraces; of the emerging club scene growing out of a melting pot of styles; of how Jay, with his contemporaries, took the music of Black America, gave it a distinctly London twist, and used the marriage of styles to forge a hugely successful career as a trailblazing DJ and broadcaster.
Now that's what I call a music the quiz : puzzle your way through sixty years of pop, Michael Mulligan 781.64 MUL
Play guitar today! : a complete guide to the basics, Jeff Schroedl and Doug Downing 787.87193 SCH
Rapthology : lessons in life and lyrics, Wretch 32 781.66 WRE
Wretch provides a lesson in lyric writing, taking us through his own creative process, from the first flashes of inspiration to final edits and improvisation. Rapthology is also an anthology of the songs that have shaped Wretch over the last thirty years
Rough ideas : reflections on music and more, Stephen Hough 786.2 HOU
Stoned : photographs & treasures from life with the Rolling Stones, Jo Wood 781.66 ROL
Take it off : Kiss truly unmasked, Greg Prato 781.66 KIS
The Cambridge companion to the Rolling Stones, Victor Coelho, John Covach 781.66 ROL
The Wichita lineman : searching in the sun for the world's greatest unfinished song, Dylan Jones 781.642 JON
Part biography, part work of musicological archaeology, The Wichita lineman opens a window on to America in the late twentieth century through the prism of a song that has been covered by myriad artists in the intervening decades.


Michael Rosen's book of play!, [illustrations by Charlotte Trounce] 790.191 ROS
When did you last make time for play? Today, we don't get nearly enough play in our lives. At school, kids are drilled on exams, while at home we're all glued to our phones and screens.
Parenting from your heart : sharing the gifts of compassion, connection, and choice : a presentation of nonviolent communication ideas and their use, Inbal Kashtan 649.1
Parenting with Theraplay : understanding attachment and how to nurture a closer relationship with your child, Vivien Norris and Helen Rodwell 649.1 NOR
Theraplay is an attachment- focused model of parenting that helps parents to understand and relate to their child.
The awakened family : how to raise empowered, resilient, and conscious children, Shefali Tsabary 649.1 TSA


But I would still find home : Pasifika identity by students of Wellington East Girls' College., 820.809283 BUT

Personal Development

Finding meaning : the sixth stage of grief, David Kessler 155.937 KES
In this groundbreaking new work, David Kessler-an expert on grief and the coauthor with Elisabeth Kubler-Ross of the iconic On Grief and Grieving-journeys beyond the classic five stages to discover a sixth stage: meaning.
How to have feminist sex : a fairly graphic guide, Flo Perry 613.96 PER
How to hold a grudge : from resentment to contentment the power of grudges to transform your life, Sophie Hannah 158.1 HAN
I wanted fries with that : how to ask for what you want and get what you need, Amy Fish 158.2 FIS
It's not you, it's me : how to heal your relationship with yourself and others, Camilla Sacre Dallerup 158.1 SAC
Letter to my younger self : 100 inspiring people on the moments that shaped their lives, devised and edited by Jane Graham 646.7 LET
Letting go : how to plan for a good death, Dr Charlie Corke 155.937 COR
Loserthink : how untrained brains are ruining America, Scott Adams 153.42 ADA
This book will teach you how to spot and avoid losething, and will give you scripts to respond when hollow arguments are being brandished against you, whether by well-intentioned friends, strangers on the internet, or political pundits.
My first memory : icons, thinkers and heroes on their earliest recollections, Ben Holden 153.12 MY
In My First Memory, bestselling anthologist Ben Holden explores these touchstones via the watershed experiences of some of the greatest figures of our age. Along the way, he lightly explores how memory and childhood merge to form identity.
Parisian charm school : French secrets for cultivating love, joy, and that certain je ne sais quoi, Jamie Cat Callan 155.333 CAL
Quietly powerful : how your quiet nature is your hidden leadership strength, Megumi Miki 158.4 MIK
Stillness is the key, Ryan Holiday 158.1 HOL
Throughout history, there's been one indelible quality that great leaders, makers, artists and fighters have shared. The Zen Buddhists described it as inner peace, the Stoics called it ataraxia and Ryan Holiday calls it stillness: the ability to be steady, focussed and calm in a constantly busy world.
The 15 invaluable laws of growth : live them and reach your potential, John C. Maxwell 158.1 MAX
The age of empathy : nature's lessons for a kinder society, Frans de Waal 152.41 WAA
The art of reading minds : understand others to get what you want, Henrik Fexeus ; translated by Jan Salomonsson 153.85 FEX
Based on the latest psychological research in non- verbal communication, body language techniques, The Art of Reading Minds teaches you how to use these signals to find out what another person thinks and feels and how you can create an impact on that individual's thoughts and beliefs.
The rules of thinking, Richard Templar 153.42 TEM
To some extent this book isn't about how to think at all. Many of the Rules are about how to remove the barriers that get in the way of good, clear thinking. How to avoid self-interest, sidestep assumption, dodge the pitfalls. Once you do that, it's easy to think clearly.
To love and let go : a memoir of love, loss, and gratitude, Rachel Brathen 613.7046 BRA
Rachel shares her hard-won wisdom about life and death, love and fear, what it means to be a mother and a daughter, and how to become someone who walks through the fire of adversity with the never-ending practice of loving hard and letting go.
Unstressed : how somatic awareness can transform your body's stress response and build emotional resilience, Alane K. Daugherty, PhD 155.9042 DAU
This book offers proven ways to help you counter the negative effects that stress has on the body and mind. You'll also discover practical skills and clinically proven strategies grounded in mindfulness, neurobiology, and positive psychology to help you cultivate deep sense of emotional resilience.
When we're 64 : your guide to a great later life, Louise Ansari 646.79 ANS

Pets & Animals

Click with your chick : a complete chicken training course using the clicker, Giene Keyes 636.5083 KEY
Dogs : a philosophical guide to our best friends, Mark Alizart 636.7 ALI
Full steam ahead, Felix : adventures of a famous station cat and her kitten apprentice, Kate Moore 636.8 MOO
Hey dog! Sniffs are for feet!, Wendy Keefer 636.70887 KEE
Hey Dog! Sniffs are for Feet! is the companion book to Hey Dog! Let's Talk! Aimed at parents, 'Sniffs' helps the average pet owner to deal with the potential difficulties in introducing a small child into a household with a dog or visa-versa.
Oink : a book of fun for pig lovers, compiled by Renee Hollis 636.4 OIN
Storey's illustrated guide to poultry breeds : chickens, ducks, geese, turkeys, emus, guinea fowl, ostriches, partridges, peafowl, pheasants, quails, swans, Carol Ekarius 636.5 EKA
The history of the world in fifty dogs, Mackenzi Lee 636.7 LEE
Wild at heart : for the love of pets and beautiful homes, Magali Elali & Bart Kiggen 636.0887 ELA
A unique portrait of fifteen creatives and their pets,

Philosophy & Psychology

100 great philosophers who changed the world, Philip Stokes 100 STO
How the world thinks : a global history of philosophy, Julian Baggini 100 BAG
Letters from a Stoic : epistulae morales ad lucilium, Seneca ; 188 SEN
The hum of the world : a philosophy of listening, Lawrence Kramer 128.4 KRA
Wittgenstein's antiphilosophy, Alain Badiou 194 BAD
Alan Badiou takes on the standard bearer of the linguistic turn in modern philosophy and anatomizes the antiphilosophy of Ludwig Wittgenstein.


Bird photographer of the year. Collection 4, foreword by Chris Packham 598 BIR
Edith Amituanai : double take., 779 AMI
In images spanning 2003 to the present, Amituanai shares her experiences of life as a first-generation New Zealand-born Samoan, presenting portraits of people and places from her home in Ranui, West Auckland to her homeland of S?moa, to the scattered sites of Pacific diaspora from Christchurch, New Zealand to Montpellier, France, and Anchorage, Alaska.

Plays & Screenplays

Tastes of honey : the making of Shelagh Delaney and a cultural revolution, Selina Todd 822.914 DEL
Anyone who values what is best in British theatre and film will want to join Selina Todd as she digs deep into the brilliance of Delaney's work and her character. Delaney's strong female characters teenager Jo and her single mother, Helen asserted that working-class women wanted more than suburban housewifery.


A triple-decker treat : collected poems for old dogs and young hearts, Christopher Matthew 821.914 MAT
A triple-decker treat teaches us that not only can a Le Creuset casserole be very dangerous in the wrong hands, but so too can Pilates, open-air opera in evening dress, weekending in Wales with a pug, and pushing a trolley in Waitrose.
Collected poems, Les Murray 821.914 MUR
Les Murray's new and updated Collected Poems displays the full range of his poetic art.
Joinedupwriting, Roger McGough 821.914 MCG
For more than fifty years, Roger McGough has entranced generations of readers with poetry which is at once playful and poignant, intimate and ambitious in its scope.
Nobody, Alice Oswald 821.914 OSW
September 1, 1939 : a biography of a poem, Ian Sansom 821.91 AUD
This is a book about a poet, about a poem, about a city, and about a world at a point of change.

Politics & Government

Great state : China and the world, Timothy Brook 327.51 BRO
In search of peace : a chapter in the life of Kath Knight, Don Smart 327.172 KNI
Follows Kath Knight's career as a peace activist, largely through a selection of her own
Permanent record, Edward Snowden 327.12 SNO
Permanent Record is the extraordinary account of a bright young man who grew up online a man who became a spy, a whistleblower, and, in exile, the Internet's conscience.
See Jane win : the inspiring story of the women changing American politics, Caitlin Moscatello 320 MOS
The boat that brought me : the lively memoir of a diplomat, husband and self confessed cricket tragic, Nick Bridge 327.2 BRI
Nick Bridge writes of his liberation from English class constraints and an education at a Hampshire prep school to the opportunities of 1950s New Zealand and a co-ed state school in Hutt Valley, which took him eventually to seven international postings as a Kiwi diplomat, including many years in China and India.
The English job : understanding Iran - and why it distrusts Britain, Jack Straw 327.41 STR
With tensions rising sharply between Tehran and the West, former Foreign Secretary Jack Straw unveils a richly detailed account of Britain's turbulent relationship with Iran, illuminating the culture, psychology and history of a much-misunderstood nation.
The narrow corridor : states, societies, and the fate of liberty, Daron Acemoglu 323.44 ACE
By the authors of the international bestseller Why Nations Fail, based on decades of research, this powerful new big-picture framework explains how some countries develop towards and provide liberty while others fall to despotism, anarchy or asphyxiating norms and explains how liberty can thrive despite new threats.
The republic, Plato 321.07 PLA
The rise of the Fourth Reich : the secret societies that threaten to take over America, Jim Marrs 322.3 MAR
The author of the best-selling Rule by Secrecy outlines controversial evidence that the Nazis have been secretly planning a return to power in the United States, tracing how a covert society of Nazis escaped to America in 1945 and has been practicing the philosophies of occult scholar Otto Rahn.


A Māori phrase a day : 365 phrases to kickstart your reo, Hemi Kelly 499.442 KEL
Māori made easy. Workbook/Kete 5 : for everyday learners of the Māori language, Scotty Morrison 499.442 MOR
Māori made easy. Workbook/Kete 6 : for everyday learners of the Māori language, Scotty Morrison 499.442 MOR
Māori made easy. Workbook/Kete 7 : for everyday learners of the Māori language, Scotty Morrison 499.442 MOR
Māori made easy. Workbook/Kete 8 : for everyday learners of the Māori language, Scotty Morrison 499.442 MOR

Religion & Ethics

Dominion : how the Christian revolution remade the world, Tom Holland 270 HOL
Overload study guide : how to unplug, unwind, and unleash yourself from the pressure of stress, Joyce Meyer 248.86 MEY
Joyce Meyer shows how to become free from the burden of stress so that they can achieve God's best for their lives.
Slavery & Islam, Jonathan A.C. Brown 297.5 BRO
Exploring the moral and ultimately theological problem of slavery, Jonathan A.C. Brown traces how the Christian, Jewish and Islamic traditions have tried to reconcile modern moral certainties with the infallibility of God's message.
The day is now far spent, Robert Cardinal Sarah 270.8 SAR
Robert Cardinal Sarah calls The Day Is Now Far Spent his most important book. He analyzes the spiritual, moral and political collapse of the Western world and concludes that "the decadence of our time has all the faces of mortal peril."
The way of fire and ice : the living tradition of Norse paganism, Ryan Smith 299.9 SMI
The Way of Fire and Ice reimagines Norse Paganism with mystical practices and rituals for today's world as well as tips for building community and resisting fascism.
Unbelievers : an emotional history of doubt, Alec Ryrie 211.8 RYR
We think we know the history of faith: how the ratio of Christian believers has declined and a secular age dawned. In this startlingly original history, Alex Ryrie puts faith in the dock to explore how religious belief didn't just fade away. Rather, atheism bloomed as a belief system in its own right.
Unfollow : a journey from hatred to hope, leaving the Westboro Baptist Church, Megan Phelps-Roper 286.5 PHE
White Gujaratis : Lt-Commissioners Bramwell and Dorothy Cook brought together in the service of God and the Salvation Army, H. Bramwell Cook 266.796 COO
Wounded shepherd : Pope Francis and his struggle to convert the Catholic Church, Austen Ivereigh 282.092 FRA


A mind for numbers : how to excel at math and science (even if you flunked algebra), Barbara Oakley, Ph.D 501 OAK
Adaptation and natural selection : a critique of some current evolutionary thought, George C. Willams 578.4 WIL
Dark skies : a practical guide to astrotourism, [Valerie Stimac] 520 STI
It's a numberful world : how math is hiding everywhere from the crown of a tree to the sound of a sine wave, Eddie Woo 510 WOO
More things in the heavens : how infrared astronomy is expanding our view of the universe, Michael Werner and Peter Eisenhardt 522.68 WER
Moths : their biology, diversity and evolution, David C. Lees & Alberto Zilli 595.78 LEE
Nano comes to life : how nanotechnology is transforming medicine and the future of biology, Sonia Contera 570.2 CON
Plant systematics, Michael G. Simpson 580 SIM
Plants go to war : a botanical history of World War II, Judith Sumner 581.6 SUM
As the first botanical history of World War II, Plants Go to War examines military history from the perspective of plant science. From victory gardens to drugs, timber, rubber, and fibers, plants supplied materials with key roles in victory. Botanical gardens relocated valuable specimens to safe areas, and remote locations provided opportunities for field botany.
Reef life : an underwater memoir, Callum Roberts 577.78 ROB
Reef life is the story of how Callum Roberts, one of the world's pre-eminent marine scientists, fell in love with the abundant rainforests of the ocean. It is a rich memoir of a life lived on the frontiers of planetary change.
Saving the last rhinos : the life of a frontline conservationist, Grant Fowlds and Graham Spence 599.668 FOW
The biology of belief : unleashing the power of consciousness, matter & miracles, Bruce H. Lipton 599.93 LIP
This new updated and expanded 10th anniversary edition of The Biology of Belief will forever change how you think about your own thinking. Stunning new scientific discoveries about the biochemical effects of the brain's functioning show that all the cells of your body are affected by your thoughts.
The elements bible, Rebecca Mileham 546 MIL
This book unlocks the fascinating workings behind the building blocks of life, from the discovery of the very first elements to the formal naming in 2016 of the recently discovered elements 113, 115, 117 and 118 on the seventh row of the periodic table.
The hidden world of the fox, Adele Brand 599.77 BRA
The life scientific : inventors, Anna Buckley with a foreword by Jim Al-Khalili 609 BUC
The periodic table : its story and its significance, Eric Scerri 546.8 SCE
The secret life of trees, Colin Tudge 582.16 TUD
The wild cat book, Fiona Sunquist 599.75 SUN
Transcendence : how humans evolved through fire, language, beauty, and time, Gaia Vince 599.93 VIN
Why trust science?, Naomi Oreskes 501 ORE

Social Issues

Aboriginal Australians : a history since 1788, Richard Broome 305.89915 BRO
All the single ladies : unmarried women and the rise of an independent nation, Rebecca Traister 306.81 TRA
Baby, you're remarkable! : the no-BS guide to business with a new family, Lorraine Murphy 305.43 MUR
As one of Australia's leading entrepreneurs, Lorraine Murphy has always been a motivated businesswoman goal oriented, dynamic and, above all, organised. Now with BABY, YOU'RE REMARKABLE she's here to prove you can be just as career driven when you're a new parent.
Beyond the Valley : how innovators around the world are overcoming inequality and creating the technologies of tomorrow, Ramesh Srinivasan 174.93 SRI
Choose your own apocalypse with Kim Jong-un & friends, Rob Sears 303.34 SEA
Now, in this fun interactive story of global doom, YOU decide how humanity perishes. Will we be turned to grey goo by Elon Musk's nanobots? Driven collectively insane by Russia's most potent memes? Or smashed to atoms by someone sitting on the wrong button in North Korea?
Corrupt bodies : death and dirty dealing in a London morgue, Peter Everett and Kris Hollington 363.75 EVE
Disturbance, Philippe Lancon 362.88 LAN
Paris. January 7, 2015, two terrorists attacked the satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo. Philippe Lancon, seriously wounded, was among the survivors. This intense life experience upends his relationship to the world, to writing, to reading, to love and to friendship.
Do we really need another law? : the cost to New Zealand of banning smoking in cars, Marewa Glover, PhD 362.296 GLO
Finding Chika : a little girl, an earthquake, and the making of a family, Mitch Albom 362.7 ALB
Finding Chika is a celebration of a girl, her adoptive guardians, and the incredible bond they formed a devastatingly beautiful portrait of what it means to be a family, regardless of how it is made.
Highway of Tears : a true story of racism, indifference, and the pursuit of justice for missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls, Jessica McDiarmid 362.88 MCD
An explosive examination of the missing and murdered Indigenous women of Highway 16, British columbia and a searing indictment of the society that failed them.
How to be right in a world gone wrong, James O'Brien 303.38 OBR
In How To Be Right, James provides a hilarious and invigorating guide to talking to people with unchallenged opinions. With chapters on every lightning-rod issue, James shows how people have been fooled into thinking the way they do, and in each case outlines the key questions to ask to reveal fallacies, inconsistencies and double standards.
How to have impossible conversations : a very practical guide, Peter Boghossian & James Lindsay 302.224 BOG
How we're fing up our planet : and what we can do about it, Tony Juniper 304.28 JUN
Using powerful, easy-to-grasp graphics, this book cuts through the noise and gets straight to the facts on climate change, overpopulation, pollution, over-consumption, and much more.
Hurrah for gin : reluctant adult, Katie Kirby 305.24 KIR
In her new book, Katie Kirby pinpoints with painful precision just how overwhelming life can be when you're all grown up.
Hush : media and sonic self-control, Mack Hagood 302.23 HAG
In Hush, Mack Hagood draws evidence from noise-canceling headphones, tinnitus maskers, LPs that play ocean sounds, nature-sound mobile apps, and in-ear smart technologies to argue the true purpose of media is not information transmission, but rather the control of how we engage our environment.
MH370 : mystery solved, Larry Vance 363.12465 VAN
Midlife manifesto : a woman's guide to thriving after forty, Jane Mathews 305.244 MAT
Moving stories : an intimate history of four women across two countries, Alistair Thomson [and four others] 305.488 THO
This is a unique collaboration between a historian and four ordinary women who were extraordinary letters-writers, family photographers and memoirists. Taken together, these stories enrich and complicate our understanding of key themes in 20th century British and Australian women's history.
Open borders : the science and ethics of immigration, written by Bryan Caplan 304.82 CAP
Pacific futures, past and present, Warwick Anderson 303.49 PAC
Foregrounding the work of leading and emerging scholars of Oceania, Pacific Futures brings together a diverse set of approaches to, and examples of, how futures are being conceived in the region and have been imagined in the past.
Parenting our parents : transforming the challenge into a journey of love, Jane Wolf Frances 362.6 FRA
Relentless : how a massive stroke changed my life for the better, Ted W. Baxter 362.19681 BAX
Self-made man : my year disguised as a man, Norah Vincent 305.31 VIN
For more than a year and a half Vincent ventured into the world as Ned, with an ever-present five o'clock shadow and a crew cut--a perfect disguise that enabled her to observe the world of men as an insider.
She said : breaking the sexual harassment story that helped ignite a movement, Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey 305.420973 KAN
From the Pulitzer-prize winning reporters who broke the news of Harvey Weinstein's sexual harassment and abuse comes the thrilling untold story of their investigation and its consequences for the #MeToo movement.
Steal as much as you can : how to win the culture wars in an age of austerity, Nathalie Olah 306 OLA
By rejecting the established routines of achieving prosperity, and by stealing what you can from them on the way, this book offers hope to anyone who feels increasingly frustrated by our increasingly unequal society.
The outsiders : refugees in Europe since 1492, Philipp Ther 362.87 THE
The history of Europe as a continent of refugees European history has been permeated with refugees. The Outsiders chronicles every major refugee movement since 1492.
The Russian job : the forgotten story of how America saved the Soviet Union from famine, Douglas Smith 363.8 SMI
Unarmed insurrections : people power movements in nondemocracies, Kurt Schock 303.61 SCH
Uncontained : digital disconnection and the experience of time, Robert Hassan 303.483 HAS
Urban health issues : exploring the impacts of big-city living, Richard V. Crume 362.1042 CRU
Voluntary madness : my year lost and found in the loony bin, Norah Vincent 362.21 VIN
Vincent exposes her personal struggle insightfully as she explores the range of people, caregivers, and methodologies that guide these strange, often scary, and bizarre environments.

Sport & Recreation

Against all odds, Craig Challen 796.525 CHA
In June 2018, for seventeen days, the world watched and held its breath as the Wild Boar soccer team were trapped deep in a cave in Thailand. Marooned beyond flooded cave passages after unexpected rains, they were finally rescued, one-by-one, against almost impossible odds, by an international cave-diving team which included Australians Dr Richard Harris and Dr Craig Challen.
Climbing injuries solved, Lisa Erikson 796.5223 ERI
Cricket, kirikiti and imperialism in Samoa, 1879-1939, Benjamin Sacks 796.358 SAC
This book considers how Samoans embraced and reshaped the English game of cricket, recasting it as a distinctively Samoan pastime, kirikiti.
My A-Z of cricket : a personal celebration of our glorious game, Henry Blofeld 796.358 BLO
Relentless : from good to great to unstoppable, Tim S. Grover 796 GRO
Grover details the essential traits shared by the most intense competitors and achievers in sports, business, and all walks of life. He shows you how even the best get better and how you can too.
Riding in the zone : advanced techniques for skillful motorcycling, Ken Condon 796.75 CON
The cave, Liam Cochrane 796.525 COC
Liam Cochrane was on the ground in Thailand as the dramatic events unfolded to rescue the young Thai footballers. Using his local knowledge, and working with a team of Thai researchers, he puts us at the centre of the story, witnessing the boys' agonising wait, the divers' battle against muddy torrents, the race to pump out flooded caves, the secret drilling plans.
The incomplete book of running, Peter Sagal 796.42 SAG
The karting manual : the complete beginner's guide to competitive kart racing, Joao Diniz Sanches 796.76 SAN
The three kings : Busby, Shankly, Stein : the makers of modern football, Leo Moynihan 796.334 MOY
Training + racing with a power meter, Hunter Allen 796.62 ALL
Training and Racing with a Power Meter brings the advanced power-based training techniques of elite cyclists and triathletes to everyone.
Two feet away : footloose among hills in New Zealand and beyond, Peter Clough 796.51 CLO
This book is both a great read and a primer on practicalities about what is involved with hiking in rugged terrain including mountain ranges (and gentler hills) in both New Zealand and parts of Europe including the central Alps, Norway, Iceland and the UK.
What doesn't kill you... : my life in motor racing, Johnny Herbert 796.72 HER


Electric motorcycles and bicycles : a history including scooters, tricycles, segways and monocycles, Kevin Desmond ; foreword by Ed Benjamin 629.2293 DES
England's railway heritage from the air, Peter Waller 385.0942 WAL
Zinn & the art of mountain bike maintenance : the world's best-selling guide to mountain bike repair, Lennard Zinn 629.28772 ZIN

War & Defence

A game of birds and wolves : the secret game that won the war, Simon Parkin 940.5429 PAR
The tide of the war is turning in Germany's favour. This is the story of the game of battleships that won the Second World War. In 1941 Prime Minster Winston Churchill gathered a group of unlikely heroes a retired naval captain and eight brilliant young women, the youngest only seventeen years-old to form a secret strategy unit. On the top floor of a ramshackle HQ in Liverpool, the Western Approaches Tactical Unit spent day and night playing war games to crack the U-boat tactics.
A guest of the Reich : the story of American heiress Gertrude Legendre's dramatic captivity and escape from Nazi Germany, Peter Finn 940.5472 LEG
A house in the mountains : the women who liberated Italy from fascism, Caroline Moorehead 940.5345 MOO
Addicted to war : why the U.S. can't kick militarism, an illustrated expose by Joel Andreas 355.02 AND
Arnhem : nine days of battle, Chris Brown 940.5421 BRO
Berezina, Sylvain Tesson 940 TES
Lire Magazine Best Travel Book Take four friends, put them on two Ural motorcycles (complete with sidecars), send them off on a 2,500-mile odyssey retracing history's most famous retreat, add what some might consider an excessive amount of Vodka, and you've got Sylvain Tesson's Berezina, a riotous and erudite book that combines travel, history, comradery, and adventure.
Blitz hospital : true stories of nursing in wartime London, Penny Starns 940.5476 STA
Four hours of fury : the untold story of World War II's largest airborne invasion and the final push into Nazi Germany, James M. Fenelon 940.5421 FEN
Hunt the Bismarck : the pursuit of Germany's most famous battleship, Angus Konstam 940.545 KON
Mindfck : inside Cambridge analytica's plot to break the world, Christopher Wylie 355.343 WYL
From whistleblower Christopher Wylie, the definitive story of the Brexit coup, the making of Bannon's America, and an ongoing crime against democracy.
Operation Garbo : the personal story of the most successful spy of World War II, Juan Pujol Garcia & Nigel West 940.5486 PUJ
Juan Pujol, a.k.a. Juan Pujol Garcia, was born in Barcelona to Joan Pujol and Mercedes Guijarro Garcia. He was better known as Garbo, was perhaps the most influential spy of World War II.
SAS shadow raiders, Damien Lewis 940.5421 LEW
Surveillance valley : the secret military history of the internet, Yasha Levine 355.343 LEV
The day of battle : the war in Sicily and Italy, 1943-1944, Rick Atkinson 940.5421 ATK
The fortress : the great siege of Przemy?l, Alexander Watson 940.41 WAT
The history of the SAS, Chris Ryan 356.167 RYA
The Navy companion : an illustrated compendium of maritime terms and traditions, Cedric W. Windas 359 WIN
The Third Reich is listening : inside German codebreaking 1939-45, Christian Jennings 940.5487 JEN