New Titles Non-Fiction May 2017 (arrived in April 2017)

Art & Architecture

Blubberland : the dangers of happiness Elizabeth Farrelly 720.1 FAR
Blubberland is a witty and engaging critique of the way we live now. Leading architecture critic and writer Elizabeth Farrelly asks why we find it so hard to abandon habits we know to be destructive.
Collaborative art in the twenty-first century Sondra Bacharach709.05 COL
Collaboration in the arts is no longer a conscious choice to make a deliberate artistic statement, but instead a necessity of artistic survival.
Enlightened princesses : Caroline, Augusta, Charlotte, and the shaping of the modern world Joanna Marschner700.941 ENL
Fulvio Bianconi at Venini Marino Barovier748 BIA
The refined output of vases, bowls, and animals by the great graphic artist, illustrator, and designer for the long- standing Venetian glasshouse.
Hans Hofmann : works on paper Karen Wilkin759.13 HOF
Hans Hofmann (1880-1966) was an acclaimed Abstract Expressionist and one of the most influential art teachers of the 20th century.
How to draw with a ballpoint pen : sketching instruction, creativity starters, and fantastic things to draw Gecko Keck 741.26 KEC
Ode to color : the ten essential palettes for living and design Lori Weitzner701.85 WEI
Each chapter combines diverse imagery-evocative fine art and photography, environmental interiors, details of Weitzner's gorgeous designs as well as her sketches and watercolors-with excerpts from literature and her own essays on a wide array of topics relating to the palette.
Origins of classical architecture : temples, orders and gifts to the gods in ancient Greece Mark Wilson Jones 720.938 WIL
Otto Dix : the evil eye = der bose blick Francesco Manacorda759.3 DIX
This richly illustrated book features paintings, watercolors, and graphic works that mark the artist's transformation from Dadaism to New Objectivity.
People cities : the life and legacy of Jan Gehl Annie Mattan724.6 GEH
"A good city is like a good-party, you stay for longer than you plan", says Danish architect Jan.
Perspective made easy : a step-by-step guide Robbie Lee 742 LEE
Acomplete guide to understanding drawing in perspective and how to apply it.
Peter Beaven architect Peter Beaven720.993 BEA
Peter Beaven completed this work on his architectural career in the last months of his life. It is a record of his simple, straightforward, yet elegant buildings.
Revolution in the making : abstract sculpture by women, 1947-2016 Emily Rothrum730 REV
The catalogue accompanies the most comprehensive exhibition of postwar abstract sculpture by women artists.
Rural modern : American art beyond the city Amanda C. Burdan759.13 BUR
Paintings of New England coastlines, small-town Pennsylvania, Southwestern canyons, Midwestern farms, and other evocative landscapes fill the pages of Rural Modern.
Sigmar Polke 759.3 POL
The book reproduces over eighty-five of Polke's works (including photographs and sculptures, along with numerous paintings), giving a full account of Polke's reflections and studies made over his fifty-year career.
Small architecture Philip Jodidio 728.37 JOD
From world-famous names to the freshest new talent, come discover architectural invention .
The art of the Italian Renaissance : architecture, sculpture, painting, drawing Rolf Toman 709.45 ART
The complete guide to anatomy for artists & illustrators Gottfried Bammes 704.942 BAM
Toile de Jouy : printed textiles in the classic French style Melanie Riffel667.3 RIF
Toile de Jouy has become increasingly popular among designers and decorators, who incorporate its classic patterns in upholstery, wallpaper, bed linens, tablecloths, napkins, and stationery.


Bedford buses and coaches Nigel R.B. Furness 629.2223 BED
BMW Group : 100 meisterstucke = 100 masterpieces Andreas Braun 629.2222 BMW
Cuba's car culture : celebrating the island's automotive love affair Tom Cotter629.222 COT
How to paint your car on a budget Pat Ganahl 629.26 GAN
McQueen's motorcycles : racing and riding with the King of Cool Matt Stone791.43028 MCQ
Focuses on the bikes that Steve McQueen raced and collected.


A land without borders : my journey around East Jerusalem and the West Bank Nir Baram956.94 BAR
An honest and troubling snapshot of Israel - both Palestinian and Israeli - that reveals the creeping realization that a two-state solution may no longer be possible.
A splendid savage : the restless life of Frederick Russell Burnham Steve Kemper 910.41 BUR
A life of adventure and military daring on violent frontiers across the American West, Africa, Mexico, and the Klondike.
A thousand hills to Heaven : love, hope, and a restaurant in Rwanda Josh Ruxin 967.571 RUX
One couple's inspiring memoir of healing a Rwandan village, raising a family near the old killing fields, and building a restaurant named Heaven.
African Kaiser : General Paul von Lettow-Vorbeck and the Great War in Africa, 1914-1918 Robert Gaudi 940.41 LET
The incredible true account of General Paul von Lettow-Vorbeck and his exploits in World War I Africa with the legendary "Schutztruppe."
Anne Boleyn in London Lissa Chapman 942.052 ANN
This book looks at the evidence both for the effect London and its people had on the course of Anne Boleyn s life and death, and the effects she had, and continues to have, on them.
Becoming Queen Victoria : the unexpected rise of Britain's greatest monarch Kate Williams 941.081 VIC
A smart, gripping account of the rise to the throne and the early life of Queen Victoria, and the tragic, little-known story of Princess Charlotte, the queen who never was.
Being Elvis : a lonely life Ray Connolly 781.66 PRE
Taking a fresh look at the twentieth-century icon who fundamentally transformed American culture, a veteran rock journalist explores the extravagance and irrationality inherent in the Elvis mythology, offering a thoughtful celebration of an immortal life.
Bells Junction : where's that? : a memoir Gordon Collier 635.092 COL
A Taihape man has published a memoir that captures the social history of provincial New Zealand in his lifetime.
Border : a journey to the edge of Europe Kapka Kassabova 949.9 KAS
A scintillating, immersive travel narrative that is also a shadow history of the Cold War, a sideways look at the migration crisis troubling Europe, and a deep, witchy descent into interior and exterior geographies.
Born both : an intersex life Hida Viloria 306.768 VIL
A candid, provocative, and eye-opening memoir of life, love, and gender identity as an intact intersex person, as well as a call to action for justice for intersex people.
Change of seasons : a memoir John Oates781.66 OAT
Amiable memoir by the shorter, quieter partner in the renowned duo Hall & Oates.
Claretta : Mussolini's last lover R. J. B. Bosworth 945.091 PET
This provocative book is the first to mine Clara's extensive diaries, family correspondence, and other sources to discover how the last in Mussolini's long line of lovers became his intimate and how she came to her violent fate at his side.
Cnut the Great Timothy Bolton 942.01 CAN
A seminal biography of the underappreciated eleventh-century Scandinavian warlord-turned-Anglo-Saxon monarch who united the English and Danish crowns to forge a North Sea empire.
Fragile lives : a heart surgeon's stories of life and death on the operating table Stephen Westaby 617.41 WES
An incredible memoir from one of the world's most eminent heart surgeons and some of the most remarkable and poignant cases he's worked on.
From highways to the high country : the Dawn Andrews story Deborah Walton-Derry636.301 AND
The story of a woman from humble beginnings who, in the face of tragedy, went on to own and manage two businesses that were very much the domain of men.
Her : a memoir Christa Parravani 306.875 PAR
This haunting memoir depicts Christa Parravani's struggle to survive the death of her identical twin, Cara, from an accidental heroin overdose at 28.
Here comes the clown : a stumble through show business Dom Joly 791.450941 JOL
Dom Joly is a British comedian and journalist who has enjoyed an extraordinarily eventful fifteen years in show business. He tells his story.
I am dogboy Karl Hyde 781.66 HYD
Hyde handpicks a selection of diary entries and rearranges them to create an autobiographical narrative that takes Hyde from childhood through to the exploratory early years of Underworld, an electronic act who have been peerless for the last twenty five years.
I, me, mine George Harrison 781.66 HAR
This new volume has been significantly updated since the 1980 original, it covers the full span of George Harrison's life and work exploring his upbringing in Liverpool, the growth of Beatlemania, his love of India, gardening, and racing cars.
Insomniac city : New York, Oliver, and me Bill Hayes 818.6 HAY
A moving celebration of what Bill Hayes calls "the evanescent, the eavesdropped, the unexpected" of life in New York City, and an intimate glimpse of his relationship with the late Oliver Sacks.
Isabella of Castile : Europe's first great queen Giles Tremlett 946.03 ISA
Chronicles the life of Isabella of Castile as she led her country out of the murky middle ages and harnessed the newest ideas and tools of the early Renaissance to turn her ill-disciplined, quarrelsome nation into a sharper, truly modern state with a powerful, clear-minded, and ambitious monarch at its centre.
Island on the edge : a life on Soay Anne Cholawo 941.154 CHO
Anne Cholawo was a typical 80s career girl working in a busy London advertising agency, when in 1989, holidaying in Skye, she noticed an advert for a property on the Isle of Soay 'Access by courtesy of fishing boat'. She had never heard of Soay before, let alone visited it, but something inexplicable drew her there.
Judas! : from Forest Hills to the Free Trade Hall, a historical view of the big boo Clinton Heylin 781.64 DYL
Heylin combines fast-paced narrative with forensic detective work to lift the lid on the incredible music Dylan and his backing group, The Hawks (soon to become known as The Band), made on stage-and on record-during 1965-66.
Lion: A long way home Saroo Brierley362.734 BRI
The miraculous and triumphant story of a young man who rediscovers not only his childhood life and home but an identity long-since left behind.
Living like a runaway Lita Ford 781.66 FOR
The legendary lead guitarist of The Runaways presents a brutally honest memoir in which she opens up about her violently abusive marriage to a metal rocker and how her escape and freedom cost her the sons she stayed in the marriage to protect.
Man of iron : Thomas Telford and the building of Britain Julian Glover 624 TEL
The enthralling biography of the shepherd boy who changed the world with his revolutionary engineering and whose genius we still benefit from today.
Masao : a Nisei soldier's secret and heroic role in World War II Sandra Vea 940.53 ABE
He couldn't speak of his secret role in World War II for thirty years after the war ended. Now in his nineties, the elderly soldier narrates his unique and untold story about World War II.
Midnight Oil : the power and the passion Michael Lawrence 781.66 MID
The greatest account of the the greatest Aussie rock band.
Montaigne : a life Philippe Desan844.3 MON
Revisiting the public and private life of the extraordinary humanist in light of religious divisions.
Not without a fight : the autobiography Helen Zille 968.06 ZIL
This book is as frank, honest and unflinching as Helen Zille herself, and will appeal to anyone interested in the story of South African politics over the past fifty years.
One leg over : having fun mostly in peace and war Robin Dalton 070.52 DAL
At the age of ninety-five, Robin Dalton looks back on her life, particularly on her love life. This is a story of love and romance, of fun and glamour, and of loss and great sadness. But above all it's a celebration of a wonderful life.
Provided you don't kiss me : 20 years with Brian Clough Duncan Hamilton 796.334 CLO
Hamilton was there through all the madness, the success, the failures, the fall- outs, the drink, and the crumbling of Brian Clough's years as manager of Nottingham Forest.
Queen bees : six brilliant and extraordinary society hostesses between the wars Sian Evans 941.08 AST
The story of the six extraordinary hostesses who shaped British society in the inter-war years.
Richard Nixon : the life John A. Farrell 973.924 NIX
An enthralling tour de force biography of America's darkest president, one that reviewers will hail as a defining portrait, and the full life of Nixon readers have awaited.
Scourge of Henry VIII : the life of Marie de Guise Melanie Clegg 941.104 MAR
A political power in her own right, Marie de Guise was born into the powerful and ambitious Lorraine family, spending her formative years at the dazzling and licentious court of Francois I. Although briefly courted by Henry VIII, she instead married his nephew, James V of Scotland, in 1538.
Sheldrake : memories of a Second World War gunner Richard Hughes940.5481 HUG
Major Dick Hughes' personal account of his service with the guns artillery of the 53rd Welsh Division from Normandy to Hamburg.
Shoot like a girl : one woman's dramatic fight in Afghanistan and on the home front Mary Jennings Hegar 958.1 HEG
A memoir from an Air National Guard pilot who was shot down on a search-and-rescue mission during her third tour of duty in Afghanistan.
Size zero : my life as a disappearing model Victoire Dauxerre746.92 DAU
A memoir of a brief career as a top model and the brutally honest account of what goes on behind the scenes in a fascinating, closed industry.
Soldier of Christ : the life of Pope Pius XII Robert A. Ventresca 282.092 PIU
Documents the life of the controversial pope, discussing his religious upbringing, his work as a papal diplomat, his reponses to the persecution of the Jews during World War II, and his appointment of church officials in China, India, and Africa.
Songs of a war boy Deng Thiak Adut355 ADU
The true story of Deng Adut - Sudanese child soldier, refugee, man of hope.
Stay strong : my story Rhianna Boyd616.8526 BOY
Though just 20, Rhianna Boyd has had more than her share of setbacks: dyspraxia, chronic pain, arthritis, depression, the death of a best friend and a seven-year battle with anorexia.
T Bone Burnett : a life in pursuit Lloyd Sachs 781.64 BUR
T Bone Burnett is a unique, astonishingly prolific music producer, singer-songwriter, guitarist, and soundtrack visionary. Renowned as a studio maven with a Midas touch, Burnett is known for lifting artists to their greatest heights.
The afterlife of John F. Kennedy : a biography Michael J. Hogan 973.922 KEN
Hogan offers a new perspective on John Fitzgerald Kennedy, as seen not from his life and times but from his afterlife in American memory.
The home that was our country : a memoir of Syria Alia Malek 956.914 MAL
A gripping memoir of home and history in a crumbling Damascus. A story of Syria, before and after civil war.
The making of Donald Trump David Cay Johnston 338.04 TRU
Love him or hate him, Trump's influence is undeniable. Johnston takes a revealingly close look at the mogul's rise to prominence --- and, now, ultimate power.
The men in my life : a memoir of love and art in 1950s Manhattan Patricia Bosworth 070.92 BOS
Bosworth delivers a tale of family, marriage, tragedy, Broadway, and art, featuring a rich cast of well-known literary and theatrical figures from a golden era New York in the 1950s.
The new arrival : the heartwarming true story of a 1970s trainee nurse Sarah Beeson 610.73 BEE
Beeson's poignant memoir captures both the heartache and happiness of hospital life and 1970s London through the eyes of a gentle but determined young nurse.
The price of illusion : a memoir Joan Juliet Buck 070.41 BUC
A fabulous account of four decades spent in the creative heart of London, New York, Los Angeles, and Paris, chronicling Buck's quest to discover the difference between glitter and gold, illusion and reality, and what looks like happiness from the thing itself.
The remarkable education of John Quincy Adams Phyllis Lee Levin 973.5 ADA
A compelling look at the sixth president's international life, education, and his complicated and troubled marriage.
Toast : the story of a boy's hunger Nigel Slater 641.5941 SLA
British cookbook author Slater takes an engrossing, revealing look back at his 1960s childhood through the foods that filled his family's kitchen.
Traveling soul : the life of Curtis Mayfield Todd Mayfield781.644 MAY
Curtis Mayfield was one of the seminal vocalists and most talented guitarists of his era. He was also a social critic, and his music had a vital influence on the civil rights movement.
Trump revealed : an American journey of ambition, ego, money, and power Michael Kranish973.932 TRU
Authoritative, timely, and provocative, this deeply researched biography of Donald Trump provides a complex portrait of the man who is now the President of the United States of America.
When memory comes Saul Friedlander940.5318 FRI
Friedlander recalls his childhood during the Holocaust in this memoir. Forced to flee Czechoslovakia Friedlander's parents hid him in a Roman Catholic seminary.
Where hummingbirds dance Susi Prescott 306.89 PRE
Susi Prescott had it all. A large family, a school teaching job she loved, a home on Sydney's North Shore. But with the sudden demise of her 30 year marriage, her world crumbles. Susi makes a momentous decision. She packs up her former life and moves to the city of Arequipa in Peru.
Writer, sailor, soldier, spy : Ernest Hemingway's secret adventures, 1935-1961 Nicholas Reynolds 813.52 HEM
A former CIA officer and curator of the CIA Museum reveals the untold story of Ernest Hemingway's secret life as a spy for both the Americans and Soviets before and during World War II, and explores how his espionage activities influenced his literary work.
Young & damned & fair : the life and tragedy of Catherine Howard at the court of Henry VIII Gareth Russell 942.052 CAT
A riveting account of Catherine Howard's tragic marriage to one of history's most powerful rulers. It is a grand tale of the Henrician court in its twilight, a glittering but pernicious sunset during which the king's unstable behaviour and his courtiers' labyrinthine deceptions proved fatal to many, not just to Catherine Howard.

Business & Management

Fit for growth : a guide to strategic cost cutting, restructuring, and renewal Vinay Couto658.155 COU
Leadership step by step : become the person others follow Joshua Spodek 658.409 SPO
Preparing for career selection tests : numeracy and general ability Vera Joosten 513 JOO
Product management for dummies Brian Lawley658.5 LAW
Prove it! : how to create a high-performance culture and measurable success Stacey Barr 658.409 BAR
Stand and deliver : leadership and the power of teamwork Warren Hollings 658.404 HOL
The presentation book : how to create it, shape it and deliver it Emma Ledden 658.452 LED
This book shows how you can easily put your nerves behind you and calmly and confidently deliver a clear, sharp and very influential presentation.
The revenge of analog : real things and why they matter David Sax 306.3 SAX
An exploration of millennial fondness for old technologies and its implications for a competitive business landscape.
Think and grow rich : teaching, for the first time, the famous Andrew Carnegie formula for money-making, based upon the thirteen proven steps to richies Napoleon Hill650. 1 HIL
You can win : winners don't do different things, they do things differently : a step by step tool for top achievers Shiv Khera 650.1 KHE


Adulthood is a myth : a "Sarah's scribbles" collection Sarah Andersen 741.5 AND
Do you love networking to advance your career? Is adulthood an exciting new challenge for which you feel fully prepared? Ugh. Please go away. These casually drawn, perfectly on-point comics by Sarah Andersen are for the rest of us.
Drawing for the beginning artist : practical techniques for mastering light and shadow in graphite and charcoal Gabriel Martin741.24 MAR
Step-by-step techniques for the process of drawing light and shadow using graphite pencils and charcoal.
Quimby the mouse Chris Ware741.5 WAR
Collects comic strips from the early 1990s organized around Quimby the mouse.

Civil Rights

Freedom is a constant struggle : Ferguson, Palestine, and the foundations of a movement Angela Y. Davis323 DAV
Davis illuminates the connections between struggles against state violence and oppression throughout history and around the world.


Adobe Photoshop elements 15 : the official training workbook from Adobe John Evans006.68 EVA
Android tablets Dan Gookin 004.165 AND
Computer graphics programming in OpenGL with Java V. Scott Gordon006.68 GOR
Cyber security and policy : a substantive dialogue Andrew Colarik005.8 CYB
This book discusses cyber security and policy in an effort to improve the use and acceptance of security services. It argues that a dialogue around cyberspace, cyber security and cyber policy is critical to a better understanding of the serious security issues we face.
Hacking wireless access points : cracking, tracking, and signal jacking Jennifer Ann Kurtz005.8 KUR
Provides readers with a deeper understanding of the hacking threats that exist with mobile phones, laptops, routers, and navigation systems.
Introducing Elixir : getting started in functional programming Simon St. Laurent005.11 ST
iPad made easy Roger Laing 004.165 IPA
This new edition of the popular original book is updated to include iOS 10 and iPad Air and Pro versions.
MacOS Sierra Paul McFedries 005.446 MAC
Murach's Python programming : beginner to pro Michael Urban005.133 PYT
My macOS John Ray 005.446 MAC
Operating systems : an introduction R. Garg005.43 GAR
Designed to provide a step-by-step approach to clarify all of the key concepts of operating systems, the book covers all the topics from basics to mobile device operating systems.
Sams teach yourself C++ in one hour a day Siddhartha Rao 005.133 C

Crafts & Collecting

180 doodle quilting designs : free-motion ideas for blocks, borders, and beyond Karen M. Burns 746.46 ONE
Discover how to use free-motion quilting to fill setting triangles, squares, and borders with a variety of beautiful traditional and modern quilting designs.
200 fun things to crochet : decorative flowers, leaves, bugs, butterflies and more! Victoria Lyle 746.434 TWO
200 fun things to knit : decorative flowers, leaves, bugs, butterflies and more! Victoria Lyle 746.432 TWO
Caricature soldiers : from the Civil War to the World Wars and today : patterns and techniques for 12 woodcarving projects Floyd Rhadigan 736.4 RHA
Colour confident stitching : how to create beautiful colour palettes Karen Barbe 746.44 BAR
Crafting with cat hair : cute handicrafts to make with your cat Kaori Tsutaya745.5 TSU
Step-by-step, illustrated instructions for creating a variety of handicraft projects from cat fur. Requires no special equipment or training.
Creative lampwork : techniques and projects for the art of melting glass Joan Gordon748.2 GOR
This book includes everything you need to know about lampwork, from the history of the craft, to safety and materials, to various bead shapes and decorative techniques.
Crochet flowers step-by-step : 35 delightful blooms for beginners Tanya Shliazhko 746.434 SHL
English medieval embroidery : Opus Anglicanum Clare Browne746.44 ENG
Hot Wheels variations, 2000-2013 : identification & price guide Michael Zarnock 629.221 ZAR
It's a small world felted friends : cute and cuddly needle felted figures from around the world Sachiko Susa746.0463 SUS
It's all about the accessories : for the worlds most fashionable dolls 1959-1972 Hillary Shilkitus James 688.722 JAM
Little knits for little feet Jody Long 746.432 LON
Everyone loves cute baby feet, so what could be more rewarding and enjoyable than knitting for those tiny toes? Patterns are suitable for both beginner and advanced knitters.
Machining for hobbyists : getting started Karl H. Moltrecht670.4 MOL
If your hobby requires you to cut metal, Moltrecht provides the basics you need to learn machining and set up a small home workshop. He covers layout, space requirements, lighting, ventilation, and safety, as well as tips on some of the key tools and processes covered in the book.
Making wooden puzzle playsets : 10 patterns to carve, scroll & woodburn Carolea Hower 745.592 HOW
Mister Finch : living in a fairy tale world Mister Finch746 FIN
This book is a gorgeous collection of the artist's fantastical, one-of-a-kind creatures.
Silver for entertaining : the Ickworth collection James Rothwell 739.23 ROT
Stitch, fabric & thread : an inspirational guide for creative stitchers Elizabeth Healey 746.4 HEA
Experiment with stitch, fabric and thread to create your own unique textiles. This inventive book is a treasure trove of over 40 inspiring practical exercises, a rich and creative exploration of fabric and stitch, and a fascinating all-round read.
Stitched textiles : birds Rachel Sumner 746.4 SUM
It contains a comprehensive techniques section, six beautiful step-by-step projects and galleries of inspirational pieces that are vibrant, contemporary, and beautifully executed.
Sun shine spaces Beci Orpin 745.5 ORP
Orpin takes her cult design skills and shows us how to make and create a range of fun homewares and other fabulous ideas for your outdoor space.
Terrific T-shirt quilts : turn tees into treasured quilts Karen M. Burns 746.46 TER
Transform your favorite tees into a fantastic quilt even tiny infant tees, sweatshirts, sports jerseys, and super-stretchy dance wear can be part of the mix!
The art of stone painting : 30 designs to spark your creativity F. Sehnaz Bac 745.72 BAC
Transform ordinary stones into a colourful works of art. Full-color illustrations accompany step-by-step instructions for creating 30 different themes: trees, flowers, animals, mandalas, geometric patterns, marine and holiday motifs, and more.
The collectible LEGO mini figure : values, investments, profits, fun facts, collector tips Ed Maciorowski688.725 MCI
The decorative stitch : 200 years of New Zealand embroidery Felicity Willis746.44 WIL
The flower book Rachel Siegfried745.92 SIE
Learn the art of floral design, make you own bouquet or learn to arrange flowers.
The great pottery throw down Liz Wilhide738.09 WIL
The perfect companion for enthusiasts and newcomers alike, offering a complete introduction to ceramic history, culture, art, craft and manufacture, and celebrating its rich global heritage.
Tie & dye Lizzie King 746.66 KIN
Transform your home and wardrobe with this fresh and modern take on tie-dye.
Transfer embellish stitch : 16 textile projects for the modern maker Jen Fox746.445 FOX
Transferring a pretty motif to your sewing project is easy with 4 unique image- transfer methods: stencil, transfer paper, freezer paper, and fusible web.


City of light, city of poison : murder, magic, and the first police chief of Paris Holly Tucker 363.2 TUC
Gosnell : the untold story of America's most prolific serial killer Ann McElhinney364.1523 GOS
Mrs. Sherlock Holmes : the true story of New York's City's greatest female detective and the 1917 missing girl case that captivated a nation Brad Ricca 363.289
The axeman's accomplice : the true story of Margaret Reardon and the Snow family murders Terry Carson 364.1523 REA
The blood of Emmett Till Timothy B. Tyson 364.134 TYS
A new history of the most famous lynching in America provides context on how racism continues.
The book thieves : the Nazi looting of Europe's libraries and the race to return a literary inheritance Anders Rydell364.2 RYD


Eat me : a natural and unnatural history of cannibalism Bill Schutt 394.9 SCH
Food fights & culture wars : a secret history of taste Tom Nealon 394.12 NEA
Revolution! Conflict! Gluttony! The gloriously illustrated history of food, including mythical origin stories, unusual recipes and more!


A little history of economics Niall Kishtainy 330 KIS
Big world small planet : abundance within planetary boundaries Johan Rockstrom338.92 ROC
A profoundly original vision of an attainable future that ensures human prosperity by safeguarding our threatened planet.
Dark emu : black seeds : agriculture or accident? Bruce Pascoe 338.1 PAS
Dark Emu puts forward an argument for a reconsideration of the hunter-gatherer tag for precolonial Aboriginal Australians.
Doing it differently : life & work after 50 Geoff Pearman 331.398 PEA
Longevity is changing everything about life and work. The crucial thing as you think about life and work after 50 is that you take charge and create for yourself a future that is purposeful and fulfilling.
Doughnut economics : seven ways to think like a 21st-century economist Kate Raworth 330 RAW
Raworth identifies seven critical ways in which mainstream economics has led us astray, and sets out a roadmap for bringing humanity into a sweet spot that meets the needs of all within the means of the planet.
Hammer that mortgage! David Tillman 332.72 TIL
This book will help you take years off your mortgage and save you many tens (even hundreds) of thousands of dollars in interest costs.
Hopes dashed? : the economics of gender inequality Prue Hyman 331.42 HYM
Re-energises and brings fresh insights to contemporary debates on gender.
How money works : the facts visually explained. 332.4 HOW
I will teach you to be rich Ramit Sethi 332.024 SET
Presents the author's six-week personal finance program for adults ages 20-35.
In the long run we are all dead : Keynesianism, political economy, and revolution Geoff Mann 330.156 MAN
Quicken 2017 : the official guide Bobbi Sandberg 332.024 SAN
Rich is not a four-letter word : how to survive Obamacare, trump Wall Street, kick-start your retirement, and achieve financial success Gerri Willis 332.024 WIL
Willis takes on the progressive mind-set championed by liberals that gives government bureaucrats the right to decide what's best for Americans, resulting in bigger government programs, more bureaucracy, and more wasted taxpayer money.
Stop fixing women : why building fairer workplaces is everyone's business Catherine Fox 331.41 FOX
This searing book argues that insisting that women fix themselves won't fix the system, the system built by men. The book is an important tool for male leaders who say they want to make a difference.
The 100 best stocks to buy in 2017 Peter Sander332.6322 SAN
Shows how to protect your money with stock picks that have beaten the S&P average seven years./dd>
The new geography of jobs Enrico Moretti 331.1 MOR
From the author, an economist, this book is an examination of innovation and success, and where to find them.
Unconventional success : a fundamental approach to personal investment David F. Swensen 332.6 SWE
A guide for investors offers advice on how to overcome fees, taxes, and other portfolio-compromising factors by avoiding expensive investment management companies and working with not-for-profit groups.
Unlikely partners : Chinese reformers, Western economists, and the making of global China Julian Gewirtz 338.951 GEW


Arts in early childhood education : kia tipu te wairua toi : fostering the creative spirit Beverley Clark372.5 ART
This book captures the spirit of the New Zealand early childhood curriculum Te Whāriki.
Beautiful failures Lucy Clark 370.115 CLA
Explores a broken education system that fails too many kids and puts terrible pressure on all kids, including those who 'succeed'. It challenges accepted wisdoms about schooling, calls on parents to examine their own expectations, and questions the purpose of education, and indeed the purpose of childhood.
Disobedient teaching : surviving and creating change in education Welby Ings 371.1 ING
Move, play, and learn with smart steps : sequenced activities to build the body and the brain Gill Connell372.8 CON
Provides activities to help children (birth to age seven) develop physical, cognitive, social, and emotional foundations for early learning and school readiness.


Inside Enigma : the secrets of the Enigma and other historic cipher machines Tom Perera 621.384 PER


Scare pollution : why and how to fix the EPA Steve Milloy 363.7 MIL
Reveals the shockingly fraudulent science behind EPA's flagship regulatory program which has been used to destroy the coal industry, justify global warming rules, and assert EPA's control over our fossil fuel-dependent economy.


Modern brides & modern grooms : a guide to planning straight, gay, and other nontraditional twenty-first-century weddings Mark O'Connell395.22 OCO
Weddiculous : an unfiltered guide to being a bride Jamie Lee395.22 LEE


Compact farms : 15 proven plans for market farms on 5 acres or less : Josh Volk338.16 VOL
Volk presents detailed farm layouts for productivity and efficiency for small farms on 5 acres or less.
Hydroponics for the home grower Howard M. Resh 631.585 RES
Gives you step-by-step guidance on how to grow tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, eggplant, lettuce, arugula, bok choy, and various herbs year-round within your home or in a backyard greenhouse.
Letter to a young farmer : how to live richly without wealth on the new garden farm Gene Logsdon338.1 LOG
In his final book of essays completed just weeks before he died self-described "contrary farmer" Gene Logsdon addresses the next generation of small-scale "garden farmers" seeking a better way of life.
Livestock production in New Zealand Kevin Stafford 636 LIV
This book is an indispensable guide to the management of dairy cattle, beef cattle, sheep, deer, goats, pigs, poultry, horses and working dogs in New Zealand.
Merino country: stories from the home of New Zealand's hardiest sheep Paul Hersey636.301 HER
Show time : the A&P Show for all New Zealanders Stephen Robinson630.74 ROB
Celebrating the A&P show and the unique role it continues to play in Kiwi culture
The Mt Pisa Station story : a stroke of luck Nicola McCloy 636.301 MCL
The enlightening story of the one of New Zealand's most iconic high country stations.


Clothing art : the visual culture of fashion, 1600-1914 Aileen Ribeiro 391 RIB
Edwardian ladies' hat fashions : 'where did you get that hat?' : an illustrated history of Edwardian ladies' hats and the feather industry of the period Peter Kimpton391.43
Magnificence of the Tsars : ceremonial men's dress of the Russian Imperial Court, 1721-1917 : from the collection of the Moscow Kremlin Museums Svetlana A. Amelekhina391.1 AME
The case against fragrance Kate Grenville 668.54 GRE
An investigation of the science of scent and the power of the fragrance industry,

Film, Television & Theatre

Powerhouse : the untold story of Hollywood's Creative Artists Agency James Andrew Miller 792 MIL
An oral history which chronicles the revolutionary role of the forefront Hollywood talent agency through the stories of its influence on major film, television, sports, music and business ventures throughout the past half century.
We'll always have Casablanca : the life, legend, and afterlife of Hollywood's most beloved movie Noah Isenberg 791.437 ISE


Norse mythology Neil Gaiman 398.20948 GAI

Food & Wine

Bake : 125 show-stopping recipes, made simple Lorraine Pascal 641.815 PAS
From Courgette, Lemon and Pistachio Drizzle Loaf to Coffee eclairs with Espresso and Hazelnut Cream, Bake by Lorraine Pascale is a delicious collection of simple and sophisticated recipes that will take your baking to the next level.
Damn fine cherry pie : the unauthorized cookbook inspired by the TV show Twin Peaks Lindsey Bowden 641.5 BOW
Enjoy a taste of the cult classic TV series Twin Peaks with more than 100 recipes inspired by the show's scenes and characters.
Food for life Michelle Bridges 641.563 BRI
Michelle shows us how to cook for a lifetime of wellbeing and fitness, and reminds us that we each have the power to choose better health through our food.
Homegrown kitchen : everyday recipes for eating well Nicola Galloway 641.5637 GAL
Junk food Japan : addictive food from Kurobuta Scott Hallsworth 641.5952 HAL
Mary Berry everyday Mary Berry641.5 BER
It includes delicious family suppers, tempting food for sharing and plenty of sweet treats, all made with everyday ingredients and a clever twist.
Small victories : recipes, advice + hundreds of ideas for home-cooking triumphs Julia Turshen641.5 TUR
Turshen believes you master one thing at a time, and take pleasure in each small victory. Her recipes and their variations will demystify the process of truly great cooking without flashy techniques.
Sparkling : champagne, prosecco, cava & more Andreas Kjorling 641.222 KJO
Describes a wide variety of sparkling wines from around the world.
Taste & technique : recipes to elevate your home cooking Naomi Pomeroy641.5 POM
Pomeroy's debut cookbook, featuring nearly 140 lesson-driven recipes designed to improve the home cook's understanding of professional techniques and flavour combinations in order to produce simple, but show-stopping meals.
The Adriatic kitchen : recipes inspired by the abundance of seasonal ingredients flourishing on the Croation island of Korcula Barbara Unkovic641.594972
The food & cooking of Pakistan : traditional dishes from the home kitchen Shehzad Husain 641.595491 HUS
This beautiful new book explores biryanis, nehari, haleem, gol gappay, qormas, kunnas, tikas and more.
The goodness of greens : 40 incredible nutrient-packed recipes Claire Rogers 641.65 GOO
The Moosewood cookbook Mollie Katzen 641.5636 KAT
Traditional cooking styles and eclectic cuisines are reflected in a collection of vegetarian recipes served at the Moosewood Restaurant.
Ultimate slow cooker Sally Wise 641.588 WIS
These 100 new recipes include flavour-packed recipes for soups, mains beef, lamb, chicken, pork, goat, seafood and vegetarian and delectable desserts.

Gardens and Gardening

100 plants to feed the bees : provide a healthy habitat to help pollinators thrive Eric Lee-Mader639.92 LEE
Build a better vegetable garden : 30 DIY projects to improve your harvest Joyce Russell690.89 RUS
Hydroponics for houseplants : an indoor gardener's guide to growing without soil Peter Loewer 635.0485 LOE
Rooftops : islands in the sky Philip Jodidio712.6 JOD
Reinventing the rooftop. As the city landscape expands both outwards and upwards, the roof of a building, once a perfunctory structural element, has now become a city space in and of itself.
The community gardening handbook : the guide to organizing, planning, and caring for a community garden Ben Raskin 635 RAS
The deckchair gardener : an improper gardening manual Anne Wareham 635 WAR
Rather than add to the pile of suggested drudgery, this book is instead dedicated to relieving you of pointless and unnecessary garden work, and suggests easy and pleasant ways to look after your little patch of paradise.
The urban gardener Matt Jame635 JAM
James explores how to design an urban outdoor space, no matter the size or location from balconies and roof terraces to courtyards, basement areas and front gardens, factoring in areas for relaxation, play and growing your own produce.

Generalities and the Unknown

UFOs over America : scariest cases Joseph Flammer 001.942 FLA
Flammer, a field investigator for eh Mutual UFO Network (MUFON), discusses over seventy important Ufology topics that gravely affect the US. You'll find out how ordinary citizens are involved with the Greys, insectoids, reptilians, and Nordics.

Graphic Arts

The one-cent magenta : inside the quest to own the most valuable stamp in the world James Barron 769.569881 BAR

Health & Medicine

Antibiotic resistance : the end of modern medicine? Siouxsie Wiles 615.329 WIL
Wiles explores the looming crisis of antibiotic resistance and its threat to New
Ballerina body : dancing and eating your way to a leaner, stronger, and more graceful you Misty Copeland613.71 COP
Belly fat breakthrough : transform your body with a 20-minute workout, 3 times a week Steve Boutcher 613.71 BOU
Brave girl eating : a family's struggle with anorexia Harriet Brown 616.8526 BRO
Change your genetic destiny Peter J. D'Adamo612.68 DAD
Reveals previously hidden genetic strengths and weaknesses and provides a precise diet and lifestyle plan for every individual.
Depression in later life : an essential guide Deborah Serani 616.8527 SER
Dr. and Mrs. Guinea Pig present the only guide you'll ever need to the best anti-aging treatments Heather Dubrow612.67 DUB
Outlines all the best techniques and treatments, from the so-new-you-haven't-heard-of-them-yet to the tried-and-true; from the perfectly legal to the are-you-trying-to-get-me-arrested; from the simple to the outrageous; and from the cheapest drugstore creams to the most complicated surgeries.
Dr. Gundry's diet evolution : turn off the genes that are killing you-and your waistline Steven R. Gundry 613.25 GUN
Does losing weight and staying healthy feel like a battle? Well, it's really a war. Your enemies are your own genes, backed by millions of years of evolution, and the only way to win is to outsmart them.
Eat for life : the ultimate weight-loss breakthrough Harvey Diamond 613.25 DIA
Emergency admissions : memoirs of an ambulance driver Kit Wharton 362.18 WHA
A glimpse into the extraordinary world of ambulance driving from the man behind the wheel.
Encyclopedia of herbal medicine Andrew Chevallier 615.321 CHE
Essential oils 101 : your guide to understanding and using essential oils Kymberly Keniston-Pond 615.32 KEN
Everyday health and fitness with multiple sclerosis : achieve your peak physical wellness while working with limited mobility David Lyons616.834 LYO
A program designed to help people living with Multiple Sclerosis maintain a healthy lifestyle through fitness and nutrition.
Fertile : nourish and balance your body ready for baby making Emma Cannon612.63 CAN
A holistic approach to fertility, fusing Eastern and Western traditions with great success in her London clinic.
Get control of sugar now! Paul McKenna613.28 MCK
Getting risk right : understanding the science of elusive health risks Geoffrey C. Kabat 613 KAB
Kabat shows how science works and sometimes doesn't and what separates these two very different outcomes. Kabat seeks to help us distinguish between claims that are supported by solid science and those that are the result of poorly designed or misinterpreted studies.
Heal your pain now : the revolutionary program to reset your brain and body for a pain-free life Joe Tatta 616.047 TAT
Healing massage : an A-Z guide for more than forty medical conditions : for professional and home use Maureen Abson 615.822 ABS
I had a black dog : his name was depression Matthew Johnstone616.8527 JOH
Black Dog is shorthand for a disease the millions of people suffer from - depression. Artist and writer Johnstone, a sufferer himself, has written and illustrated this moving and uplifting insight into what it is like to have a Black Dog as a companion.
Mad, bad and sad : a history of women and the mind doctors from 1800 to the present Lisa Appignanesi 616.89 APP
Medical medium : secrets behind chronic and mystery illness and how to finally heal Anthony William 613 WIL
Strength training for women : training programs, food, and motivation for a stronger, more beautiful body Olga Ronnberg613.71 RON
The back pain handbook Francine St George 617.56 ST
The body builders : inside the science of the engineered human Adam Piore 660.6 PIO
A tour of the current revolution in human augmentation explores how the world's most innovative engineers are helping people repair traumatic injuries while transcending physical and mental limitations.
The complete guide to back rehabilitation Christopher M. Norris 617.56 NOR
The creative destruction of medicine : how the digital revolution will create better health care Eric Topol 610 TOP
A professor of medicine reveals how technology like wireless internet, individual data, and personal genomics can be used to save lives.
The Hashimoto's thyroiditis healing diet : a complete program for eating smart, reversing symptoms and feeling great Kate Barrington 641.5631 BAR
By choosing "healthy" thyroid foods and knowing what's best avoided, patients can tame the symptoms of Hashimoto's and sometimes even heal the thyroid.
The mind diet : a scientific approach to enhancing brain function and helping prevent alzheimer's and dementia Maggie Moon616.831 MOO
Offers a diet plan for the prevention of Alzheimer's disease, discussing the impact of healthy foods on brain function and presenting a collection of recipes for each meal of the day, along with snacks and sides.
The modern art of high intensity training Aurelien Broussal-Derval613.71 BRO
Featuring 40 exercises, 127 workouts, and a full 15-week programme.
The rejuvenation enzyme : reverse aging, revitalize cells, restore vigor Hiromi Shinya 615.35 SHI
Shinya introduces a remarkable enzyme and describes how this enzyme effects health and longevity. Included is a full Rejuvenation Weekend plan for switching on your miracle enzyme to reverse the damage done by zombie cells and revitalize your health.
Understanding type 2 diabetes : fewer highs, fewer lows, better health Merlin Thomas 616.462 THO
Younger : a breakthrough program to reset your genes, reverse aging, and turn back the clock 10 years Sara Gottfried 613.0438 GOT

History, Geography & Travel

American sanctuary : mutiny, martyrdom, and national identity in the Age of Revolution A. Roger Ekirch 973.4 EKI
Answer book : 10,001 fast facts about our world 909 ANS
Breaking ranks : three interrupted lives James McNeish 920.71 MCN
Three distinct stories about three distinct men, but with one thing in common - they all paid the price for standing up for what they believed - Dr John Saxby, Brigadier Reginald Miles and Peter Mahon.
Civil war battlefields : walking the trails of history David T. Gilbert973.7 GIL
From the First Battle of Bull Run to Lee's surrender at Appomattox Court House four years later, this book celebrates the history and scenic beauty of these hallowed grounds.
Dictators without borders : power and money in Central Asia Alexander Cooley958 COO
A penetrating look into the unrecognized and unregulated links between autocratic regimes in Central Asia and centers of power and wealth throughout the West.
Dolce vita confidential : Fellini, Loren, Pucci, paparazzi, and the swinging high life of 1950s Rome Shawn Levy 945.632 LEV
A romp through the worlds of fashion, film, and titillating journalism that made 1950s Rome the sexiest capital on the planet.
Hit & run : the New Zealand SAS in Afghanistan and the meaning of honour Nicky Hager958.1 HAG
Ice ghosts : the epic hunt for the lost Franklin Expedition Paul Watson 998 WAT
The true story of the greatest mystery of Arctic exploration-and the rare mix of marine science and Inuit knowledge that led to the shipwreck's recent discovery.
London : bombed, blitzed and blown up : the British capital under attack since 1867 Ian Jones 942.1 JON
Lonely Planet's best in travel 2017. 910.2 LON
Where is the best place to visit right now, at this very moment in travel history? This book will tell you.
Lost Cornwall from magic lantern slides Malcolm McCarthy942.37 MCC
287 superb professional photographs of bygone Cornwall from the later years of Queen Victoria and through the reign of Edward VII.
Madame President : the extraordinary journey of Ellen Johnson Sirleaf Helene Cooper 966.62 JOH
The harrowing, but triumphant story of Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, leader of the Liberian women's movement, winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, and the first democratically elected female president in African history.
Maui revealed : the ultimate guidebook Andrew Doughty996.921 DOU
Now you can plan your best vacation ever to the island of Maui.
Mexico. 972 MEX
DK Eyewitness Travel Guide
National Geographic guide to the national parks of Canada. 971 NAT
New Zealand's prime ministers : from Dick Seddon to John Key Michael Bassett 993 BAS
Peru : top sights, authentic experiences Phillip Tang985 TAN
Lonely Planet Best of Peru is your passport to Peru's top sights and most authentic experiences.
Portholes to the past : reflections on the early 20th century Lloyd Geering 993.03 GEE
At nearly 99 years old, Lloyd Geering is well qualified to look back over the last century, consider the massive social changes he has lived through, and evaluate such progress as the human race may be making.
Poum and Alexandre : a Paris memoir Catherine de Saint Phalle 944.36 SAI
This is the story of two flawed eccentrics. Everything they do subverts their firm intention of keeping up appearances. They meet just after the war in liberated Paris but they cannot quite free themselves from the many strings attached to them the old aunts, the sisters, the cousins, the nuns and the ominous concierges who dog their footsteps.
Red tape and white knuckles : one woman's adventure through Africa Lois Pryce 960 PRY
Unafraid of a challenge having already ridden her motorbike from Alaska to the southernmost tip of South America she decided she could never be one to settle for a last minute package holiday in Viva Espana. So, she began the kind of adventure most of us could only ever dream of.
Return to Moscow Tony Kevin 947.086 KEV
48 years ago Tony Kevin set off with his family on his first diplomatic posting, to Moscow at the height of the Cold War. In the Russian winter of 2016 he returns alone, a private citizen aged 73. What will he find? How has Russia changed since those grim Soviet days?
Sapiens : a brief history of humankind Yuval Noah Harari 909 HAR
How did our species succeed in the battle for dominance? Why did our foraging ancestors come together to create cities and kingdoms? How did we come to believe in gods, nations and human rights; to trust money, books and laws; and to be enslaved by bureaucracy, timetables and consumerism?
Surviving 7.8 : New Zealander's respond to the earthquakes of November 2016 Phil Pennington 993.78 PEN
The Kaikoura earthquake.
The Arctic : reflecting the landscape, wildlife, and people of the Far North Sven-Olof Lindblad998 LIN
Stunning scenery, magnificent wildlife, and native cultures bring the Arctic to life in this unparalleled collection of photography.
The Crimean nexus : Putin's war and the clash of civilizations Constantine Pleshakov 947.7 PLE
Provides an account of the major international crisis in Crimea and explains the missteps made on all sides.
The January Man : a year of walking Britain Christopher Somerville 941 SOM
The story of a year of walks that was inspired by a song, Dave Goulder's The January Man. Month by month, season by season and region by region, Christopher Somerville walks the British Isles, following routes that continually bring his father (who had died a month or two before) to mind.
The killing wind : a Chinese county's descent into madness during the Cultural Revolution Tan Hecheng951.215 TAN
The lost story of the William and Mary : the cowardice of Captain Stinson Gill Hoofs 910.45 HOF
The new Panama Canal : a journey between two oceans Angelo Ponta972.875 PON
This highly visual book documents the progression and construction of the canal, retracing its history and important events to reveal in vivid color this colossal human intervention in nature.
The New Yorker book of the 50s : story of a decade Henry Finder909.825 NEW
The Raqqa diaries : escape from 'Islamic State' Samer956.912 SAM
An incredibly brave account of life inside one of the most isolated and fear ridden cities.
The Riviera set Mary S. Lovell 944.9 LOV
The Riviera Set is the story of the remarkable group of people who frequented the exquisite Chateau de l'Horizon in Cannes from 1930 to 1960.
The rough guide to the Lake District Jules Brown942.78 BRO
The Seven : the lives and legacies of the founding fathers of the Irish Republic Ruth Dudley Edwards 941.50821 EDW
The six-day war : the breaking of the Middle East Guy Laron 956.046 LAR
This history examines the Six-Day War, its causes, and its enduring consequences against its global context.
Three days in January : Dwight Eisenhower's final mission Bret Baier973.921 EIS
A sobering return to Dwight Eisenhower's farewell address.
Voices of belonging : a history of Clevedon-Te Wairoa Jessie Munro 993.25 MUN
Walking the Americas Levison Wood 972.8 WOO
Beginning in the north-eastern tip of Mexico, Levison will walk the entire length of Central America, through eight countries before attempting to cross the treacherous Darien Gap into Colombia and South America.
Walking to listen : 4,000 miles across America, one story at a time Andrew Forsthoefel 973 FOR
A memoir of one young man's coming of age on a cross-country trek, told through the stories of the people of all ages, races, and inclinations he meets along the highways of America.
When clouds fell from the sky : a disappearance, a daughter's search and Cambodia's first war criminal Robert Carmichael 959.604 CAR
Carmichael takes the reader on a compelling journey into the causes and consequences of the Khmer Rouge's savage rule during which two million people died, one in every four Cambodians. In describing one family's experience, his book illuminates the tragedy of a nation.
Winston Churchill at The Telegraph Warren Dockter941.082 CHU
A collection of articles on Churchill from the archives of the Telegraph.

Hospitality & Tourism

Running a food truck for dummies Richard Myrick 647.95 MYR

House & Garden

150 best tiny home ideas Manel Gutierrez728.37 GUT
Down to earth : a guide to simple living Rhonda Hetzel 646.7 HET
Whether you want to learn how to grow tomatoes, bake bread, make your own soap and preserve fruit, or just be inspired to slow down and live more sustainably, Down to Earth will be your guide.
Organised enough : the anti-perfectionist's guide to getting and staying organised Amanda Sullivan 648.8 SUL
If you're looking to clean up but not clean out, if you want to declutter but don't want to throw out eighty per cent of your stuff, if you want to be able to find matching socks in the morning but don't want a colour-coded sock drawer, you've come to the right place.
Posh & proud : interior design deluxe Chris van Uffelen 747 UFF
Each page presents a balanced and harmonized cornucopia of high-quality interior design concepts. The selected contemporary interiors indulge in an exuberance of shapes, colours, materials, furniture, decorations and ideas.
Space works : a source book of design and decorating ideas to create your perfect home Caroline Clifton-Mogg747 CLI
The art of discarding : how to get rid of clutter and find joy Nagisa Tatsumi648 TAT
The curated closet : a simple system for discovering your personal style and building your dream wardrobe Anuschka Rees 646.3 REE
Whole house reuse : deconstruction Juliet Arnott690.8 WHO
Nearly 400 objects have been created by reusing every single piece of 19 Admirals Way, a 1920s weatherboard home in New Brighton, Christchurch, which was scheduled for demolition in 2013.


Democracy's detectives : the economics of investigative journalism James T. Hamilton 071 HAM
Dying for the truth : the concise history of frontline war reporting Paul L. Moorcraft 070.433 MOO
Media easy : how to handle the news media with confidence and authority Michael Brown302.23 BRO
Reporting war : how foreign correspondents risked capture, torture and death to cover World War II Ray Moseley 070.433 MOS


100 words almost everyone confuses and misuses Houghton Mifflin Company428.1 ONE
Complete Japanese Helen Gilhooly495.6834 GIL
Guide to learning Japanese.
Fucking apostrophes : a guide to show you where you can stick them Simon Griffin 421.1 GRI
Speaking easy : engage your audiences with confidence and personal authority : for meetings, presentations and speeches Michael Brown 808.51 BRO
The truth about language : what it is and where it came from Michael C. Corballis 401 COR


Consumer law made easy Dennis Murray 343.071 MUR
Health and safety law made easy Isaac Rosario 344.0465 ROS
How the police generate false confessions : an inside look at the interrogation room James L. Trainum 345.056 TRA
This book takes you inside the interrogation room, exposing the tactics that law enforcement uses to make confessions happen.
The principles of legal method in New Zealand Richard Scragg 349.93 SCR

Library Science

Linked data for cultural heritage Ed Jones025.04 LIN
Linked data is now essential for sharing collections on the open web.


Alice in space : the sideways Victorian world of Lewis Carroll Gillian Beer 823.8 CAR
An examination of Carroll's books about Alice explores the contextual knowledge of the time period in which it was written, addressing such topics as time, games, mathematics, and taxonomies.
Arthur & Sherlock : Conan Doyle and the creation of Holmes Michael Sims 823.8 DOY
Fault lines David Pryce-Jones 828.914 PRY
Born in Vienna in 1936, David Pryce-Jones grew up in a cosmopolitan mix of industrialists, bankers, soldiers, and playboys on both sides of a family, embodying the fault lines of the title: "not quite Jewish and not quite Christian, not quite Austrian and not quite French or English, not quite heterosexual and not quite homosexual, socially conventional but not quite secure."
Molly Keane : a life Sally Phipps 823.912 KEA
Molly Keane (1904-96) was an Irish novelist and playwright (born in County Kildare) most famous for Good Behaviour which was shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize.
Of Paekakariki : poetry, prose, pictures Sylvia Bagnall820.8032 OF
Poetry, stories and artwork by people with a connection to Paekakariki.
The novel of the century : the extraordinary adventure of Les Miserables David Bellos 843.7 HUG
This enchanting biography of a classic of world literature is written for "Les Mis" fanatics and novices alike.
The weird and the eerie Mark Fisher 809.3 FIS
In this new essay, Fisher argues that some of the most haunting and anomalous fiction of the 20th century belongs to these two modes.


Crafted in Britain : the survival of Britain's traditional industries Anthony Burton670 BUR


Ceremonial swords of Britain : state and civic swords Edward Barrett623.441 BAR
Hitler's stormtroopers : the SA, the Nazis' Brownshirts, 1922-1945 Jean-Denis Lepage 943.086 LEP
New Zealand national security : challenges, trends and issues William Hoverd355.033 NEW
No friends but the mountains : dispatches from the world's violent highlands Judith Matloff 355.009 MAT
A veteran war correspondent journeys to remote mountain communities across the globe--from Albania and Chechnya to Nepal and Colombia to investigate why so many conflicts occur at great heights.
The conscription conflict and the Great War Robin Archer355.22 CON

Museum science

Curators : behind the scenes of natural history museums Lance Grande 069 GRA
This beautifully written and richly illustrated book is a clear-eyed but loving account of natural history museums, their curators, and their ever-expanding roles in the twenty-first century

Music & Musicians

Bowie A to Z Steve Wide 781.66 BOW
An illustrated alphabetical tribute that celebrates the many faces and facets of cultural icon David Bowie.
Flyboy 2 : the Greg Tate reader Greg Tate 781.64 TAT
Since launching his career Tate has been one of the premiere critical voices on contemporary Black music, art, literature, film, and politics. Flyboy 2 provides a panoramic view of the past thirty years of Tate's influential work.
Hamilton : the revolution : being the complete libretto of the Broadway musical, with a true account of its creation, and concise remarks on hip-hop, the power of stories, and the new America Lin- Manuel Miranda782.14 MIR
Offers a behind-the-scenes view of Hamilton the musical, detailing the many dramatic episodes in Alexander Hamilton's life.
Hip hop raised me DJ Semtex781.66 DJ
Semtex examines the crucial role of hip hop in society. He reflects on the huge influence it has had on his own life and the lives of many others, providing inspiration to generation after generation of young people.
Set your voice free : how to get the singing or speaking voice you want Roger Love783 LOV
Terminated for reasons of taste : other ways to hear essential and inessential music Chuck Eddy 781.64 EDD
Eddy writes that "rock'n'roll history is written by the winners. Which stinks, because the losers have always played a big role in keeping rock interesting." Rock's losers share top billing with its winners in this new collection of Eddy's writing.
The Martin archives : a scrapbook of treasures from the world's foremost acoustic guitar maker Jim Washburn787.87 WAS

Natural Science

Animal behaviour : a very short introduction Tristram D. Wyatt 591.5 WYA
Wyatt discusses how animal behaviour has evolved, how behaviours develop in each individual (considering the interplay of genes, epigenetics, and experience), how we can understand animal societies, and how we can explain collective behaviour such as swirling flocks of starlings
Badgers James Lowen 599.76 LOW
This book explores every aspect of their lives including their communal living co-operative behaviour, feeding habits, and the major threats and conservation support for Badgers.
Bumblebees Richard Comont 595.79 COM
This book considers all 24 UK bumblebee species, examining what made the group so successful and how circumstances have led to the survival of some species but the precipitous decline of the majority, highlighting the dangers we all face if populations continue to plummet.
Kingfishers David Chandler 598.34 CHA
Chandler celebrates their remarkable existence, studying their unique adaptations and their courtship, breeding and feeding.
The incredible unlikeliness of being : evolution and the making of us Alice Roberts 599.93 ROB
Roberts takes you on the most incredible journey, revealing your path from a single cell to a complex embryo to a living, breathing, thinking person.


The magpie & the wardrobe : a curiosity of folklore, magic & spells Sam McKechnie133.43 MCK
This is a lovingly curated compendium of time-honoured traditions and curious customs that have bewitched us for generations. Discover simple magic, heirloom recipes, and forgotten fairytales in this eclectic treasury.
Time and time again : exploring past lives Kayla Mackenzie-Kopp 133.9013 MCK
Mackenzie-Kopp gives us remarkable insights into the fascinating world of the past.


How to paint atmospheric landscapes in acrylics Fraser Scarfe 751.426 SCA
How to paint skies Geoff Kersey 751.422 KER
Pigments of your imagination : creating with alcohol inks Cathy Taylor 751.425 TAY
Sea & sky in acrylics : techniques & inspiration Dave White 751.426 WHI
The acrylic artist's bible : an essential reference for the practising artist Marylin Scott 751.426 SCO
The art of spray paint : inspirations and techniques from masters of aerosol Lori Zimmer 751.494 ZIM
Zimmer investigates the rise in popularity of spray paint and the explosion of mural festivals around the world, and she provides an intimate look at the work of some of the world's leading artists, who use spray for myriad reasons and styles.


Child development John W. Santrock 305.231 SAN
How to talk so little kids will listen : a survival guide to life with children ages 2-7 Joanna Faber649.12 FAB
Let them eat dirt : saving your child from an oversanitized world B. Brett Finlay616.9 FIN
Little Pip eats the colours of the rainbow Amie Harper 641.5622 HAR
Harper offers a charming collection of recipes for breakfasts, snacks and dinners you and your little one will adore.
Scummy mummies : a celebration of parenting failures, hilarious confessions, fish fingers and wine Ellie Gibson306.8743 GIB
The toddler brain : nurture the skills today that will shape your child's tomorrow : the surprising science behind your child's development from birth to age 5 Laura A. Jana 649.122 JAN
Toddler taming : the guide to your child's behaviour from one to four Christopher Green649.122 GRE
Trauma-proofing your kids : a parents' guide for instilling confidence, joy and resilience Peter A. Levine618.9285 LEV
This book assists parents and other lay caregivers in the prevention and healing of trauma by serving as a practical guide to "stress-busting" and building resilience in kids so they can easily cope with our fast-changing world of mishaps, increasing pressures and turbulence.
Your baby's microbiome : the critical role of vaginal birth and breastfeeding for lifelong health Toni Harman649.3 HAR


Touring Pacific cultures Kalissa Alexeyeff338.4791 TOU
Captures the central importance of tourism to the visual, material and performed cultures of the Pacific
Unwrapping Tongan barkcloth : encounters, creativity and female agency Fanny Wonu Veys 746.045 VEY

Pets & Animals

Always by my side : life lessons from Millie and all the dogs I've loved Edward Grinnan636.7 GRI
Ginnan shares the heartwarming story of Millie, his beloved golden retriever, and how she taught him to be a more compassionate person, deepened his faith, and inspired him on his long-term path of recovery from addiction.
Budgerigars : everything about purchase, care, nutrition, behavior, and training Hildegard Niemann636.6864 NIE
Fun & games for a smarter dog Sophie Collins 636.70887 COL
Dozens of options to help you build your bond wth your dog, work on his obedience, boost his thinking skills, and ramp up his fitness levels.
Gizelle's bucket list : my life with a very large dog Lauren Fern Watt 636.7 WAT
The playful, epic adventure of a 160-pound English Mastiff and the twentysomething girl who grew up alongside her.
Sam and Chester : how a mischievous pig transformed the life of my autistic son Jo Bailey636.4 BAI
The gift of pets : stories only a vet could tell Bruce R. Coston 636.089 COS

Philosophy and psychology

From bacteria to Bach and back : the evolution of minds Daniel C. Dennett 128.2 DEN
Dennett shows how culture enables reflection by installing a profusion of thinking tools, or memes, in our brains, and how language turbocharges this process. The result: a mind that can comprehend the questions it poses, which has emerged from a process of cultural evolution.


Cecil Beaton at home : an interior life Andrew Ginger779 BEA
This book focuses on two homes dear to Beaton's heart Ashcombe House, near the Wiltshire village of Tollard Royal, and Reddish House, located in Broad Chalke, another village in the same county as well as London's Pelham Place and Beaton's New York hotel suites.
Cindy Sherman, imitation of life Philipp Kaiser779 SHE
This magnificent book encompasses the full scope of Cindy Sherman's career, with a special focus on the cinematic quality of her oeuvre.
Diverse beauty Alexi Lubomirski779 LUB
Lubomirski's photographs of beautiful women of every color, size, age and sexual orientation in a celebration of beauty that adds dimension to the standards so omniscient in Western fashion magazines and advertisements.
Elliott Erwitt : home around the world Jessica S. McDonald779 ERW
Offers a timely and critical reconsideration of Erwitt's unparalleled life as a photographer.
Moment by moment John Loengard 779 LOE
Loeongard's subjects include movie stars, writers, politicians, artists and other photographers, as well as normal people engaged in a host of extraordinary activities.
Photography and humour Louis Kaplan 770 KAP
Kaplan gathers together ove100 images in a revealing look at the way photographers--from the very beginning of photography in the nineteenth century--have found so much amusement at the ends of their lenses.
Provocateur Tyler Shields779 SHI
Within a decade, Shields went from a professional inline skater to 'Hollywood's favorite photographer'.
Time-lapse photography : art and techniques Mark Higgins 770 HIG
Tony Northrup's DSLR book : how to create stunning digital photography. Tony Northrup778.3 NOR


A midsummer night's dream with a taste of Polensia : a play series Helen Tau'au Filisi 822.92 TAU
This play is an adaptation of the famous comedy play, by William Shakespeare, set in Polensia.
Black faggot and other plays Victor Rodger 822.914 ROD
Plays exploring what it means to be gay and Samoan in contemporary New Zealand.


A fugitive presence Peter Bland 821.914 BLA
In this new collection Peter continues his search for "a lost sense of the sacred" and explores his "wanting to be a child
Blood ties : new and selected poems, 1963-2016 Jeffrey Paparoa Holman 821.914 HOL
Hill run Don Franks821.92 FRA
How to tour the world on a flying fox Marisa Cappetta 821.92 CAP
Manifesto Aotearoa : 101 New Zealand political poems Philip Temple821.0080358 MAN
Here NZ poets from diverse cultures, young and old, new and seasoned, from the Bay of Islands to Bluff, rally for justice on everything from a degraded environment to systemically embedded poverty; from the long, painful legacy of colonialism to explosive issues of sexual consent.
RedEdits Geoff Cochrane 821.914 COC
Cochrane defies his own advice to disappear. Instead, he traces wry, darkly glittering lines from odd fragments, encounters, overheard conversations, and moments of absurdity and revelation.
Some things to place in a coffin Bill Manhire 821.914 MAN
Tell me my name Bill Manhire821.914 MAN
A sequence of thirteen riddles by Manhire, set to music by composer Norman Meehan and sung by Hannah
The chiming blue Marilyn Duckworth 821.914 DUC
The internet of things Kate Camp 821.914 CAM
The yield Sue Wootton 821.92 WOO
Wootton addresses subjects as various as the relationship between medical institutions and individual suffering, the disintegration of the polar icecaps, the energising power of solitude and the rewarding demands of creativity and love.
The zoo of the new : poems to read now Nick Laird821.008 ZOO

Politics & Government

Age of folly : America abandons its democracy Lewis H. Lapham 320.4 LAP
America's leading essayist on the frantic retreat of democracy, in the fire and smoke of the war on terror.
How the hell did this happen? : the election of 2016 P.J. O'Rourke 324.973 ORO
Insane clown president : dispatches from the 2016 circus Matt Taibbi 324.973 TAI
Safeguarding the future : governing in an uncertain world Jonathan Boston 320.993 BOS
Boston sets out what 'anticipatory governance' might look like in New
The accidental superpower : the next generation of American preeminence and the coming global disorder Peter Zeihan 327.73 ZEI
The decline and fall of the American republic Bruce Ackerman 320.973 ACK
Ackerman shows how the institutional dynamics of the last half-century have transformed the American presidency into a potential platform for political extremism and lawlessness.
The New Zealand project Max Harris 320.993 HAR
This book represents, from the perspective of a brilliant young New Zealander, a vision for confronting the challenges ahead. Unashamedly idealistic, The New Zealand Project arrives at a time of global upheaval that demands new conversations about our shared future.


Maori weaving Erenora Puketapu-Hetet 746.42 PUK
The book gives a unique perspective into the art of Maori weaving from both a technical and cultural point of view.
Te mauri o te whare Agnes McFarland899.4424 MAU
A collection of essays pertaining to Maori teaching, learning, place, history, and literature.
The best of e-Tangata Tapu Misa993 BES
The celebrated digital magazine e-Tangata is home to some of the most incisive and profound commentary on life in New Zealand.
The musket wars : a history of inter-iwi conflict, 1806-45 R.D. Crosby 993.01 CRO
The Treaty on the ground : where we are headed, and why it matters Rachael Bell323.11994 TRE
Waiata Maori : wahanga tuatahi H.T. Rikihana 781.62994 WAI
A collection of waiata compiled for primary and secondary teachers.

Religion & Ethics

Bearing false witness : debunking centuries of anti-Catholic history Rodney Stark 282 STA
Calling us home Chris Luttichau 291.144 LUT
A blueprint for happiness which interweaves practical teachings, history, anecdote and ancestral wisdom.
God : the most unpleasant character in all fiction Dan Barker212.7 BAR
Barker combs through both the Old and New Testament (as well as thirteen different editions of the "Good Book"), presenting powerful evidence for why the Scripture shouldn't govern our everyday lives.
Let there be science : why God loves science, and science needs God David Hutchings215 HUT
Pathways to bliss : mythology and personal transformation Joseph Campbell292.13 CAM
Campbell examines the personal, psychological side of myth.
Pope Francis among the wolves : the inside story of a revolution Marco Politi282.092 FRA
Politi takes us inside the power struggle roiling the Roman Curia, beginning with Benedict XVI, the pope who famously resigned in 2013, and intensifying with the contested and unexpected election of Jorge Maria Bergoglio, archbishop of Buenos Aires, now known as Pope Francis.
Relig-ish : soulful living in a spiritual-but-not-religious-world Rachelle Mee-Chapman 291.44 MEE
The experience of God : being, consciousness, bliss David Bentley Hart 211 HAR
Hart pursues a clarification of how the word "God" functions.
The people vs Muhammad : psychological analysis J.K Sheindlin 297.63 SHE
The rosary : the prayer that saved my life Immaculee Ilibagiza242.7 ILI
A survivor of the 1994 Rwanda genocide describes how praying the rosary has helped her in every aspect of her life, from saving her life to strengthening her faith, changing heartache into happiness, healing illnesses in herself and others, and landing a dream job.
The surrender experiment : my journey into life's perfection Michael A. Singer 204 SIN
Singer tells the extraordinary story of what happened when, after a deep spiritual awakening, he decided to let go of his personal preferences and simply let life call the shots.
Windows on a women's world : the Dominican Sisters of Aotearoa New Zealand Susannah Grant 271.97 GRA


15 million degrees : a journey to the centre of the Sun Lucie Green 523.7 GRE
A portable cosmos : revealing the Antikythera Mechanism, scientific wonder of the ancient world Alexander Jones 681.111 JON
The Antikythera Mechanism, now 82 small fragments of corroded bronze, was an ancient Greek machine simulating the cosmos as the Greeks understood it.
Calculus for dummies Mark Ryan 515 RYA
This hands-on guide makes calculus manageable even if it makes you sweat! Ryan leads you step-by-step through each concept, operation, and solution, explaining the "how" and "why" in plain English.
Dinosaurs : a concise natural history David E. Fastovsky567.91 FAS
Eclipse : journeys to the dark side of the moon Frank Close 523.7 CLO
Looks at the science of eclipses, reveals their role in culture, and focuses on people who travel around the world chasing these events.
Essential cell biology Bruce Alberts571.6 ALB
A readily accessible introduction to the central concepts of cell biology.
Essentials of the living world George B. Johnson 570 JOH
Exoplanets : diamond worlds, super Earths, pulsar planets, and the new search for life beyond our solar system Michael Summers523.24 SUM
Explorations : an introduction to astronomy Thomas T. Arny520 ARN
Hello, is this planet Earth? : my view from the International Space Station Tim Peake 629.442 PEA
A mesmerising collection of over 150 of Tim's stunning photographs that he took on board the International Space Station, many of which have not been seen before.
Infinity : a very short introduction Ian Stewart 510 STE
Stewart discusses infinity in mathematics while also drawing in the various other aspects of infinity and explaining some of the major problems and insights arising from this concept.
Know this : today's most interesting and important scientific ideas, discoveries, and developments John Brockman 509 KNO
Making sense of science : separating substance from spin Cornelia Dean 500 DEA
Dean draws on her 30 years as a science journalist to expose the flawed reasoning and knowledge gaps that handicap readers when they try to make sense of science. She calls attention to conflicts of interest in research and the price society pays when science journalism declines and funding dries up.
Physics of the impossible : a scientific exploration into the world of phasers, force fields, teleportation, and time travel Michio Kaku 530 KAK
The book that changed America : how Darwin's theory of evolution ignited a nation Randall Fuller 576.82 FUL
Traces the impact of Charles Darwin's "On the Origin of Species" on a diverse group of writers, abolitionists, and social reformers against a backdrop of growing tensions and transcendental idealism in 1860 America.
The emerald planet : how plants changed Earth's history David Beerling 561 BEE
The hidden life of trees : what they feel, how they communicate : discoveries from a secret world Peter Wohlleben582.16 WOH
A forester's fascinating stories, supported by the latest scientific research, reveal the extraordinary world of forests and illustrate how trees communicate and care for each other.
The wondrous world of weeds : understanding nature's little workers Pat Collins581.65 COL
Void : the strange physics of nothing James Owen Weatherall 530.01 WEA
Volcanoes : encounters through the ages David M. Pyle 551.21 PYL
This book tells the stories of volcanic eruptions around the world, using original illustrations and first- hand accounts to explore how our understanding of volcanoes has evolved through time.
Where the universe came from : how Einstein's relativity unlocks the past, present and future of the cosmos New Scientist 530.11 WHE
Worlds fantastic, worlds familiar : a guided tour of the Solar System Bonnie J. Buratti 523.4 BUR

Self Development

Anatomy of a secret life : are the people in your life hiding something you should know? Gail Saltz 155.92 SAL
Ask Wendy : straight-up advice for all the drama in your life Wendy Williams 646.7 WIL
Everything from knowing when your man is cheating to how to look ten pounds slimmer with the help of the right shape wear is fair game! Williams is not afraid to tackle any issue, whether big or small, serious or lighthearted, and the fabulous Wendy will not hold back in this entertaining book of womanly wisdom.
Colour your life : with the colour code method Sandra Quiggin 158.1 QUI
Colour Your Life has a range of activities designed to improve the quality of your life. From de- cluttering to positive self-talk to overcoming obstacles, flick through until you find an activity that resonates.
Coming to our senses Jon Kabat-Zinn 158.12 KAB
Kabat-Zinn shows how the power of mindfulness can bring profound changes to your personal life.
Felt time : the science of how we experience time Marc Wittmann153.75 WIT
Flourish Martin Seligman 158.1 SEL
Seligman offers a new theory on what makes people flourish and how to truly get the most out of life.
God never blinks : 50 lessons for life's little detours Regina Brett 646.7 BRE
Already an internet phenomenon, these wise and insightful lessons by popular newspaper columnist and Pulitzer Prize finalist Regina Brett will make you see the possibilities in your life in a whole new way.
Learned optimism Martin Seligman 155.23 SEL
Shows us how to stop automatically assuming guilt; how to get out of the habit of seeing the direst possible implications in every setback; how to be optimistic.
Life : a guide Andrew Fuller 158.1 FUL
This book is about making sense of the different stages of our lives and understanding the ups and downs of each.
Mastery Robert Greene 158.1 GRE
Around the globe, people are facing the same problem that we are born as individuals but are forced to conform to the rules of society if we want to succeed. The author debunks the prevailing mythology of success and presents a radical new way to greatness.
Professional practice of psychology in Aotearoa New Zealand Waikeremoana W. Waitoki150.72 PRO
The overflowing brain : information overload and the limits of working memory Torkel Klingberg153 KLI
The practicing mind : developing focus and discipline in your life Thomas M. Sterner 153.15 STE
Examines the process of practice as it relates to learning, and shows that it can build discipline and clarity, and be a fulfilling process in and of itself.

Social Issues

Ayesha's gift : a daughter's search for the truth about her father Martin Sixsmith 306.8742 RAH
The true story of a young woman, born in Pakistan, living in Britain, whose life is thrown into desperate turmoil by the violent death of her father. The Pakistani authorities talk of suicide, but why would Ayesha's happy, gentle father kill himself?
Build over there : understanding the government's role in shaping our cities Hamish Barrell 307.76 BAR
Easternisation : war and peace in the Asian century Gideon Rachman 303.482 RAC
A provocative analysis of how a new era of global instability has begun, as the flow of wealth and power turns from West to East.
Hillbilly elegy : a memoir of a family and culture in crisis J.D. Vance 305.562 VAN
An account of growing up in a poor Rust Belt town that offers a broader, probing look at the struggles of America's white working class.
Hit makers : how things become popular Derek Thompson 306 THO
Homo deus : a brief history of tomorrow Yuval Noah Harari 909.83 HAR
Harari examines our future with his trademark blend of science, history, philosophy and every discipline in between. Homo Deus explores the projects, dreams and nightmares that will shape the twenty-first century from overcoming death to creating artificial life.
Humanitarians at war : the Red Cross in the shadow of the Holocaust Gerald Steinacher 361.77 STE
How the International Committee of the Red Cross emerged triumphant from the dark days of World War II to forge a new identity and a new role in the post-1945 world.
North Korea's hidden revolution : how the information underground is transforming a closed society Jieun Baek 302.23 BAE
The story of North Korea's information underground and how it inspires people to seek better lives beyond their country's borders.
One child : the true story of a tormented six-year-old and the brilliant teacher who reached out Torey Hayden 362.76 HAY
Hayden recounts her battle to uncover the keen intelligence and touch the emotions of a troubled, sexually molested six-year-old girl who abused a younger child and was placed in her class for retarded preadolescents while awaiting space in a state institution.
Pennies from heaven : why cash works best to ensure all children thrive Jess Berentson-Shaw362.7 BER
Discusses the social outcomes of child poverty in New Zealand and explores the potential of an unconditional universal payment to families with young children as an alternative to current systems of support.
Propaganda Edward Bernay 303.375 BER
A look at how government and corporations control how we think and act, Propaganda outlines Edward Bernays's vision for regimenting the collective mind. Originally published in 1928.
The amazing story of the man who cycled from India to Europe for love Per J Andersson305.5688 AND
Would you cycle 7 000 miles for love? PK did to be with the woman he loved.
The first signs : unlocking the mysteries of the world's oldest symbols Genevieve von Petzinger 302.222 VON
The good immigrant Nikesh Shukla 305.906 GOO
Explores why immigrants come to the UK, why they stay and what it means to be 'other' in a country that doesn't seem to want you, doesn't truly accept you - however many generations you've been here - but still needs you for its diversity monitoring forms.
The new politics of class : the political exclusion of the British working class Geoffrey Evans305.562 EVA
This book explores the new politics of class in 21st century Britain. It shows how the changing shape of the class structure since 1945 has led political parties to change, which has both reduced class voting and increased class non-voting.
They cannot take the sky : stories from detention Michael Green325.21 THE
An oral history project documenting the stories of men, women and children who have experienced Australian mandatory detention over the past 23 years.
To be a machine : adventures among cyborgs, utopians, hackers, and the futurists solving the modest problem of death Mark O'Connell 306.461 OCO
Meet the visionaries, billionaires, professors, and programmers who are using groundbreaking technology to push the limits of the human body our senses, intelligence, and our lifespans.
Whiplash : how to survive our faster future Joi Ito303.483 ITO
Two cybergurus offer a "user's manual to the twenty-first century."
Wicked & wise : how to solve the world's toughest problems Alan Watkins303.484 WAT
Explores hotly debated issues facing the planet and its people, and offering unique ways to tackle seemingly intractable social and cultural challenges.
Wounds of the father : a true story of child abuse, betrayal, and redemption Elizabeth Garrison 362.76 GAR
Tells the story of Elizabeth Garrison's fractured childhood, descent into drug addiction, and the struggle to overcome nearly insurmountable odds.

Sport & Recreation

Advanced rock climbing : expert skills and techniques Topher Donahue796.5223 DON
American triumvirate : Sam Snead, Byron Nelson, Ben Hogan, and the modern age of golf James Dodson 796.352 DOD
Don't stop me now Vassos Alexander 796.42 ALE
This is a celebration of running and what lots of us think about when we run.
Karate science : dynamic movement J. D. Swanson 796.8153 SWA
Run : the mind-body method of running by feel Matt Fitzgerald 796.42 FIT
This is a fresh, sophisticated, and proven method of training that capitalises on running's growing rebellion against mainstream traditional approaches.
The total bowhunting manual Scott Bestul799.21 BES
Total competition : lessons in strategy from Formula One Ross Brawn796.72 BRA

Trains, Boats, Planes

From Tiger Moths to test pilot Bernie Lewis 629.13092 LEW
Lewis always wanted to fly. After gaining his Private Pilots Licence on Tiger Moths he tried to join the RNZAF for pilot training. He was rejected and caught the next available boat to England to join the RAF.
Swan : a unique story : through 50 years of evolution Bianca Ascenti 623.822 SWA
The activity of the most glorious sailing yacht company, founded in Finland in 1966, in the official book published on the occasion of its fiftieth anniversary.


Battle of the Bulge : the German view : perspectives from Hitler's High Command Danny S. Parker 940.5421 BAT
Brighton's secret agents : the Brighton & Hove contribution to Britain's WW2 Special Operations Executive (SOE) Paul McCue 940.5486 MCC
Castle of the eagles : escape from Mussolini's Colditz Mark Felton 940.5472 FEL
Churchill's army, 1939-1945 Stephen Bull940.5341 BUL
Descent into the abyss : the Shoah, a philatelic retelling Bruce Chadderton 940.5318 CHA
An educational book, which uses philatelic material as illustrations, chronicles the erosion of Jewish civil rights under Nazi rule in Europe.
Dreadnought : Britain, Germany, and the coming of the Great War Robert K. Massie 940.31 MAS
From the Marne to Verdun : the war diary of Captain Charles Delvert, 101st Infantry, 1914-1916 Charles Delvert940.481 DEL
HMAS Canberra : casualty of circumstance Kathryn Spurling 940.545 SPU
Life in a jar : the Irena Sendler Project Jack Mayer 940.5318 SEN
During World War II Irena Sendler organized a rescue network of fellow social workers to save 2,500 Jewish children from certain death in the Warsaw ghetto. After the war her heroism was suppressed until three high school girls stumbled upon a tantalizing reference to Sendler's rescues, which they fashioned into a history project.
Russia against Napoleon : the battle for Europe, 1807 to 1814 Dominic Lieven 940.27 LIE
The German war : a nation under arms, 1939-45 Nicholas Stargardt 943.086 STA
The Holocaust : a new history Laurence Rees 940.5318 REE
A magnificent new history that tracks the gradual evolution of the Final Solution.
The illustrated history of the Nazis : the nightmare rise and fall of Adolf Hitler Paul Roland 943.086 ROL
The Lancaster and the Tirpitz : the story of the legendary bomber and how it sunk Germany's biggest battleship Tony Iveson940.544 IVE