New Titles Non-Fiction April 2016 (arrived in March 2016)
Art & Architecture
- A whakapapa of tradition : 100 years of Ngati Porou carving, 1830-1930, Ngarino Ellis. 736.4 ELL
- Antony Gormley : second body, [editors, Alessandra Bellavita and Rosalind Horne].730.942 GOR
- This catalogue accompanies the exhibition "Second Body," by Antony Gormley (born 1950), at the Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac in Paris.
- Architecture, Andrew H. Dent & Leslie Sherr.721.04 DEN
- This volume on architecture features carefully selected buildings that showcase the innovative use of a particular
- Art visionaries, Mark Getlein, Annabel Howard.709.04 GET
- Balthus. 759.4 BAL
- Concrete concept : brutalist buildings around the world, Christopher Beanland.724.6 BEA
- Hong Kong in between, Geraldine Borio, Caroline Wuthrich.711.40951 BOR
- Hong Kong in Between is a very attractive, nearly artistic presentation of Borio and Wuthrich's findings. In black-and-white drawings, diagrams and plans, colour and black-and-white photographs, and texts they show how people in Hong Kong occupy the city's in-between-spaces.
- Local color : seeing place through watercolor with 14 practices, Mimi Robinson.751.422 ROB
- Mini apartments : living in less than 50 m2. 728.37 MIN
- Pop painting : inspiration and techniques from the pop surrealism art phenomenon, Camilla D'Errico.709.0407 DER
- Shipping container homes : pictured guide for beginners : ideas, plans and FAQ on how to create your sweet shipping container home, [Chad Dereck].690.8
- Simplifying design and color for artists : positive results using negative painting techniques, Linda Kemp.751.4 KEM
- Sur face, Soren Solkr.751.73 SOL
- Portrait photographs of graffiti artists and their work from around the world.
- The elements of landscape oil painting : techniques for rendering sky, terrain, trees, and water, Suzanne Brooker.758.1 BRO
- The spirit of Indian painting : close encounters with 101 great works : 1100-1900, B.N. Goswamy.759.954 GOS
- Velo city : architecture for bikes, Gavin Blyth.711.72 BLY
- Exotic barn finds : Lamborghini, Ferrari, Porsche, Aston Martin and more, Matt Stone.629.222 STO
- Holden snapshots : images from the golden years, Don Loffler.629.2222 HOL
- Lamborghini supercars 50 years : from the groundbreaking Miura to today's hypercars, Stuart Codling. 629.2222 LAM
- At the coalface : the heartwarming true story of a Yorkshire pit nurse, Joan Hart. 610.73 HAR
- A heart-warming story of a woman who devoted her life to helping others. This is the memoir of Joan, who started nursing in the 1940s and whose experiences took her into the Yorkshire mining pits and through the tumult of the 1984-85 miners' strike.
- Bob Francis : a story of my town, written by Gary Caffell.993.68 FRA
- This book follows the extraordinary career of Bob Francis, in two very different fields ... local body politics and rugby refereeing. A true champion as Mayor of Masterton for 21 consecutive years, Francis was also arguably one of the best international rugby referees of his era
- David Astor : a life in print, Jeremy Lewis.070.4 AST
- Few newspaper editors are remembered beyond their lifetimes, but David Astor of the Observer is a great exception to the rule. He converted a staid, Conservative-supporting Sunday paper into essential reading, admired and envied for the quality of its writers and for its trenchant but fair-minded views.
- Eric Clapton : the world's greatest living guitarist, Chris Welch.781.66 CLA
- Henry IV, Chris Given-Wilson.942.041 HEN
- James Merrill : life and art, Langdon Hammer.811.54 MER
- The first biography of one of the most important poets in the second half of the twentieth century, whose life story is unparalleled in its narrative interest.
- Lee, Lee Radziwill. 973.922 RAD
- The younger sister of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis shares her life experiences and how they have defined who she is now.
- The reminiscences of Lady Randolph Churchill, Mrs. George Cornwallis-West.941.081 CHU
- The sound of gravel : a memoir, Ruth Wariner.289.3 WAR
- The true story of one girl's coming-of-age in a polygamist family.
Business & Management
- Beyond the comfort zone, Tony Allwood.650.13 ALL
- Beyond the comfort zone contains 52 chapters and is filled with ideas, activities and exercises to allow readers to become more effective networkers.
- Deep work : [rules for focused success in a distracted world], Cal Newport.650.1 NEW
- Driving career results : how to manage self-directed employee development, Linda Brenner.658.3 BRE
- Focus and leverage : the critical methodology for theory of constraints, lean, and six sigma (TLS), Bruce Nelson, Bob Sproull.658.401 NEL
- Hey, Whipple, squeeze this : the classic guide to creating great ads, Luke Sullivan, Edward Boches.659.132 SUL
- How to have a good day : harness the power of behavioral science to transform your working life, Caroline Webb.650.1 WEB
- Knock 'em dead 2016 : the ultimate job search guide, Marin Yate.650.14 YAT
- Start your own specialty food business : your step-by-step startup guide to success, The Staff of Entrepreneur Media, Inc. & Cheryl Kimball.658.022 KIM
- The go-giver : a little story about a powerful business idea, Bob Burg and John David Mann.650.1 BUR
- Joe is a true go-getter, though sometimes he feels as if the harder and faster he works, the further away his goals seem to be. One day, desperate to land a key sale at the end of a bad quarter, he seeks advice from the enigmatic Pindar, a legendary consultant referred to by many devotees simply as the Chairman.
- The interview question & answer book : how to be ready to answer the 155 toughest interview questions, James Innes.650.144 INN
- The power of broke : how empty pockets, a tight budget, and a hunger for success can become your greatest competitive advantage, Daymond John with Daniel Paisner.658.11 JOH
- Will it fly? : how to test your next business idea so you don't waste your time and money, Pat Flynn.658.022 FLY
- The complete Peanuts, 1997 to 1998, Charles M. Schulz.741.5 SCH
- C programming in easy steps, Mike McGrath.005.133 C
- iPhone 6s, Guy Hart-Davis.621.38456 HAR
- Raspberry Pi LED blueprints : design, build, and test LED-based projects using Raspberry Pi, Agus Kurniawan.005.1 KUR
- Social media analytics : techniques and insights for extracting business value out of social media, Matthew Ganis, Avinash Kohirkar.006.312 GAN
- The book of F# : breaking free with managed functional programming, Dave Fancher.005.133 F
Crafts & Collecting
- SketchUp : a design guide for woodworkers : complete illustrated reference, Joe Zeh.684.08 ZEH
- A SketchUp guide created specifically for woodworkers! SketchUp is a fantastic design tool for woodworkers. It can save you time, materials and money by letting you test your designs before you even make your first cut. But, as with any computer software, there is a learning curve.
- The homemade workshop : build your own woodworking machines & jigs, James Hamilton.684.08 HAM
- Woodturning magic : 12 ingenious puzzles to make, David Springett.684.083 SPR
- Edward's menagerie. Birds, Kerry Lord.746.434 LOR
- Over 40 soft toy patterns for crochet birds
- 75 birds, bees, butterflies & bugs to knit & crochet, Lesley Stanfield.746.43 STA
- Flip & fuse quilts : 12 fun projects : easy foolproof technique : transform your applique!, Marcia Harmening.746.445 HAR
- Handmade Christmas : over 35 step-by-step projects and inspirational ideas for the festive season. 745.5941 HAN
- In blue and white : porcelain of the Joseon dynasty, authors, Kang Dae-gyu. 738.27 KAN
- Iris folding for life's special moments, [Sharon M. Reinhart].745.594 REI
- Japanese paper embroidery, [Atsumi, Minako Chiba & Mari Kamio].745.594 ATS
- Moda all-stars all in a row : 24 row-by-row quilt designs, compiled by Lissa Alexander.746.46 MOD
- Nib + ink : the new art of modern calligraphy, Chiara Perano.745.61 PER
- Rian Hughes says Get lettering! : how to get creative with type. 745.61 HUG
- Sixty years of Airfix models, Jeremy Brook.688.1 BRO
- Te 'ei Ma'uke, Yvonne Underhill-Sem. 745.92 EI
- This set of photographs were taken by students of Ma'uke High School in 2007 as part of a project on the culture of flowers
by a visiting Ma'ukean academic from The University of Auckland. After taking the photos the students learnt how to use a computer programme to put this book together.
- The art of cutting : tradition and new techniques for paper, cardboard, wood and other materials, Jean-Charles Trebbi. 736 TRE
- The canny collector : a collection of quotes, hints, tips and tricks to inspire and help you to become a better collector, Mark Hill. 790.132 HIL
- A mother's reckoning : living in the aftermath of tragedy, Sue Klebold.364.1523 KLE
- The mother of one of the two shooters at Columbine High School draws on personal recollections, journal entries and video recordings to piece together what led to her son's unpredicted breakdown and share insights into how other families might recognize warning signs.
- A murder without motive : the killing of Rebecca Ryle, Martin McKenzie-Murray.364.1523 MCK
- In 2004, the body of a young Perth woman was found on the grounds of a primary school. Her name was Rebecca Ryle. The killing would mystify investigators, lawyers, and psychologists and profoundly rearrange the life of the victim's family
- Australia's most murderous prison : behind the walls of Goulburn Jail, James Phelps.365.994 PHE
- Boardwalk gangster : the real Lucky Luciano, Tim Newark.364.106 LUC
- For the first twenty-five years of his career, Lucky Luciano was a vicious mobster who became the king of the New York underworld. For the next twenty-five, he was a fake, his reputation maintained by government agents. "Boardwalk Gangster" follows him from his early days as a hit man to his sex and narcotics empires, exposing the truth about what he did to help the Allies in World War II, and revealing how he really spent his twilight years.
- My stolen son : the Nick Markowitz story, Susan Markowitz with Jenna Glatzer.364.1523 MAR
- On August 6, 2000, 15 year old Nicholas Markowitz left his house and never came back. One week later, Susan Markowitz learned her son was dead. Susan had thought only about getting justice for her son. Along the way she rediscovered her own will to live.
- Redeemable : a memoir of darkness and hope, Erwin James.365.6 JAM
- The unforgettable story of a damaged little boy who became a fatally damaging man, who embarked on a twenty-year journey behind bars that would take him out of the darkness and into the light
- The Borden murders : Lizzie Borden & the trial of the century, Sarah Miller.345.025 MIL
- Examines the Borden murders, using newspaper articles to recreate the events and the trial and acquittal of Lizzie Borden and exploring Lizzie's story to theorize on what may have happened.
- While the city slept : a love lost to violence and a young man's descent into madness, Eli Sanders.364.1523 SAN
- On a summer night in 2009, three lives intersected in one American neighbourhood. Two people newly in love Teresa Butz and Jennifer Hopper, who spent many years trying to find themselves and who eventually found each other and a young man on a dangerous psychological descent:
- Animal kingdom : design with animal aesthetics. 704.9432 ANI
- In this, the first volume in the new Untamed Graphics series, the wide variety of graphic depictions of animals in contemporary design is explored.
- Packaging design, Andrew H. Dent & Leslie Sherr.688.8 DEN
- Product design, Andrew H. Dent & Leslie Sherr.745.2 DEN
- A first title in the ambitious series that identifies and examines the innovative materials that are transforming art, design, and technology practice.
- The world of Charles and Ray Eames, Catherine Ince with Lotte Johnson.745.40973 EAM
- Charles (1907-1978) and Ray (1912-1988) Eames are among the most important designers of the 20th century, and the story of the Eames Office is that of visual and material culture in the post-war, modern period.
- Economics rules : why economics works, when it fails, and how to tell the difference, Dani Rodrik.330.015 ROD
- How to retire with enough money : and how to know what enough is, Teresa Ghilarducci.332.024 GHI
- Imperialism in the twenty-first century : globalization, super-exploitation, and capitalism's final crisis, John Smith.330.12 SMI
- Deploying a sophisticated Marxist methodology, Smith begins by tracing the production of certain iconic commodities-the Tshirt, the cup of coffee, and the iPhone-and demonstrates how these generate enormous outflows of money from the countries of the Global South to transnational corporations headquartered in the core capitalist nations of the Global North.
- Juggling with knives : smart investing in the coming age of volatility, Jim Jubak.332.6 JUB
- Redefining shareholder value : demystifying the valuation myth, Mariana Schmid and Milan Frankl.332.04 SCH
- The big short : inside the doomsday machine, Michael Lewis.338.54 LEW
- Tells the story of the misfits, renegades and visionaries who saw that the biggest credit bubble of all time was about to burst, bet against the banking system and made a killing.
- The economics of poverty : history, measurement, and policy, Martin Ravallion.339.46 RAV
- World hunger : 10 myths, Frances Moore Lappe and Joseph Collins.338.19 LAP
- Driven by the question, 'Why hunger despite an abundance of food?' Lappe and Collins refute the myths that prevent us from addressing the root causes of hunger across the globe.
- Te takanga o te wa, Maori history : guidelines for years 1-8, writer: Michelle Tamua. 372.8 TAM
- Teacher's resource to assist with the teaching of history within New Zealand
curriculum for years 1-8.
- The listening child : what can go wrong, Stephen V. Prescod.371.9 PRE
- Build your own drone manual : owners' workshop manual, Alex Elliott.629.1326 ELL
- RSGB antenna file, compiled and edited by Steve Telenius-Lowe.621.38413 RSG
- The wheel : inventions & reinventions, Richard W. Bulliet.621.8 BUL
- The struggle for Maori fishing rights : te ika a Maori, Brian Bargh.333.956 BAR
- Horse-powered farming for the 21st century : a complete guide to equipment, methods, and management for organic growers, Stephen Leslie. 631.584 LES
- Seed inoculation, coating and precision pelleting : science, technology and practical applications, Gerald M. Bennett. 631.52 BEN
- Beauty hacks : 500 simple ways to gorgeous skin, hair and makeup, Esme Floyd.646.72 FLO
- Fashion's front line : fashion show photography from the runway to backstage, photographs by Niall McInerney. 778.99746 MCI
- My life, my look, Carla Zampatti.746.92 ZAM
- The compelling story behind a fascinating Australian legend fashion designer Carla Zampatti.
- Patricia Underwood : the way you wear your hat, Jeffrey Banks. 391.43 UND
- Renowned milliner Patricia Underwood presents a visually stunning and informative look at the
transformative value of the hat.
- The vintage fashion bible : the style guide to vintage looks 1920s-1990s, Wayne & Geraldine Hemingway.391 HEM
Film, Television & Theatre
- Leonard : my fifty-year friendship with a remarkable man, William Shatner with David Fisher.791.45028 NIM
- William Shatner's personal tribute to his longtime friend and Star Trek co-star, Leonard Nimoy.
- Monica Bellucci, introduction by Giuseppe Tornatore ; edited by Monique Kouznetzoff ; design by Antoine Leroux-Dhuys.791.43028 BEL
- An exquisite tribute to Italy's most important contemporary model and actress.
- Our own image : a story of a Maori filmmaker, Barry Barclay. 791.430993 BAR
Food & Wine
- Country calendar homestead baking, with Allyson Gofton. 641.815 COU
- Crossroads, Tal Ronnen. 641.594 RON
- Reinventing plant-based eating is what Tal Ronnen is all about.
- Delicious : feel good food : 180 beautiful recipes for eating and living well, Valli Little.641.5 LIT
- Dinner A.S.A.P. : 150 recipes made as simple as possible, the editors of Cooking Light.641.555 DIN
- Dolce : 80 authentic Italian recipes for sweet treats, cakes & desserts, Laura Zavan ; photography by Akiko Ida.641.5945 ZAV
- From the menu : a collection of recipes from our readers' favourite cafes & restaurants, The Dominion Post in association with Moore Wilson's.641.5 FRO
- Fuel for life, Bear Grylls with Kay Van Beersum.641.563 GRY
- Grow your own cake : recipes from plot to plate, Holly Farrell. 641.8653 FAR
- Janella's super natural foods, Janella Purcell.641.563 PUR
- Lemons : 100s of household uses, Diane & Jon Sutherland.634.33 SUT
- Maggie Beer's autumn harvest recipes, Maggie Beer. 641.564 BEE
- Martha Stewart's appetizers : 200 recipes for dips, spreads, snacks, small plates, and other delicious hors d'oeuvres, plus 30 cocktails. 641.812 MAR
- Supercharged food for kids : building stronger, healthier, brighter kids from the ground up, Lee Holmes.641.5622 HOL
- Superfoods, [writer, Dr Joanna McMillan].641.5637 MCM
- The happy life, Lola Berry.641.563 BER
- This beautiful, honest book is nutritionist Lola Berry's achievable guide to overall happiness, and it all starts with what we put on our plates.
- Zahav : a world of Israeli cooking, Michael Solomonov. 641.595694 SOL
Gardens and Gardening
- Blue ribbon vegetable gardening : the secrets to growing the biggest and best prize winning produce, Jodi Torpey.635 TOR
- Gardening with less water : low-tech, low-cost techniques for using up to 90% less water in your garden, David A. Bainbridge.635.9 BAI
- How to plant a garden : design tips, ideas and planting schemes for year-round interest, Matt James.635 JAM
- Plants with style : a plantsman's choices for a vibrant, 21st-century garden, Kelly Norris.635.9 NOR
- Residential architecture : gardens : ideas & details. 712.6 RES
- The complete practical encyclopedia of bonsai : the essential step-by-step guide to creating, growing, and displaying bonsai with over 800 photographs, Ken Norman. 635.9772 NOR
- The rooftop growing guide : how to transform your roof into a vegetable garden or farm, Annie Novak. 635.9671 NOV
- The water-saving garden : how to grow a gorgeous garden with a lot less water, Pam Penick.635.9525 PEN
Health & Medicine
- Angel of compassion, Mike Johnson.362.196994 JOH
- On Monday, the 17th of September, 2013, novelist and poet Mike Johnson entered Auckland Central Hospital for some abdominal tests, and was diagnosed with multiple cancers. Nine days later he was discharged with no discernable cancers. This is the story of what happened during those nine days, and the days that followed: the tests, the diagnoses, the mystery, the terror and the healing.
- Barre fitness : barre exercises you can do anywhere for flexibility, core strength, and a lean body, Fred Devito and Elisabeth Halfpapp.613.71 DEV
- Coping with endometriosis, Jill Eckersley and Dr Zara Aziz.618.1 ECK
- Cure : a journey into the science of mind over body, Jo Marchant.615.851 MAR
- Can meditation protect against depression and dementia? Can the mind boost or calm the immune system? Can the experience of a 'Snow World' virtual reality reduce the pain of burns? Yes. Yes. Yes. Cure is a rigorous and sceptical look at the science behind the mind's extraordinary ability to heal the body.
- Dr. Kellyann's bone broth diet : lose up to 15 pounds, 4 inches and your wrinkles! in just 21 days, Kellyann Petrucci.613.25 PET
- Epilepsy in children : what every parent needs to know, Orrin Devinsky. 618.928 DEV
- Goodbye Parkinson's, hello life! : the gyro-kinetic method for eliminating symptoms and reclaiming your good health, Alex Kerten. 616.833 KER
- Healthy food, healthy gut, happy child : the real dirt on raising healthy kids in a processed world, Maya Shetreat-Klein. 613.2 SHE
- How not to die : discover the foods scientifically proven to prevent and reverse disease, Michael Greger, MD with Gene Stone.613.2 GRE
- Living with lymphoma : a patient's guide, Elizabeth M. Adler, Ph. D. 616.994 ADL
- No grain, no pain : a 30-day diet for eliminating the root cause of chronic pain, Dr. Peter Osborne with Olivia Bell Buehl.616.047 OSB
- Oh baby... : birth, babies & motherhood uncensored, Kathy Fray.618.2 FRA
- Pandemic : tracking contagions, from cholera to Ebola and beyond, Sonia Shah.362.1 SHA
- Smash asthma : the wisdom of wheezing, Dr Peter Parkinson.616.23 PAR
- Dr Peter Parkinson, a specialist physician, outlines his experiences with clients who have had asthma, and looks at its why's and how's, and the role of adrenaline in this widespread 'disease'.
- Stop family anxiety : a guide for anxiety disorders in parents, grandparents, teenagers and children of all ages, Joan Zawatzky.616.8522 ZAW
- The complete guide to massage : a step-by-step guide to achieving the health and relaxation benefits of massage, Mary Biancalana.615.822 COM
- The good news about what's bad for you ; The bad news about what's good for you, Jeff Wilser.613 WIL
- Eat more steak, drink more whiskey, take more naps, lay off all the kale, and throw out your multivitamins and standing desk.
- The personalized medicine revolution : how diagnosing and treating disease are about to change forever, Pieter Cullis. 613 CUL
- Think eat move thrive : the practice for an awesome life, Dr. James Rouse and Dr. Debra Rouse.613.2 ROU
- Too much of a good thing : how four key survival traits are now killing us, Lee Goldman.576.8 GOL
- Dean of Columbia University's medical school explains why our bodies
are out of sync with today's environment and how we can correct this to save our health.
- Well & good : supercharge your health for fertility & wellness, Nat Kringoudis.613.0424 KRI
- When breath becomes air, Paul Kalanithi ; foreword by Abraham Verghese.617.48 KAL
- At the age of thirty-six, on the verge of completing a decade's worth of training as a neurosurgeon, Paul Kalanithi was diagnosed with stage IV lung cancer. One day he was a doctor treating the dying, and the next he was a patient struggling to live.
- Yoga journal presents your guide to reflexology : relieve pain, reduce stress, and bring balance to your life. 615.822 YOG
- Yoga journal presents your guide to reiki : use this powerful healing energy to restore your body, mind, and spirit. 615.851 YOG
History, Geography & Travel
- 100 years Irish rising : saving Ireland's soul, Paul Taylor.941.50821 TAY
- A red like no other : how cochineal colored the world : an epic story of art, culture, science, and trade, Carmella Padilla & Barbara Anderson. 667.2 RED
- Accidental state : Chiang Kai-shek, the United States, and the making of Taiwan, Hsiao-ting Lin.951.249 LIN
- Angel in a thorn bush, Rob Fynn.968.91 FYN
- Living in the beautiful, remote Zambezi valley through the country's 'freedom fighter' war, Rob and wife, Sandy, pioneer a big Safari lodge in Zimbabwe Fothergill Island on Lake Kariba raising their family of three daughters there.
- Battle royal : the wars of Lancaster and York, 1440-1462, Hugh Bicheno.942.04 BIC
- Christchurch ruptures, Katie Pickles.993.83 PIC
- In this multi-layered Text, Pickles uncovers what was lost that February day, drawing out the different threads of Christchurch's colonial history and demonstrating why we should not attempt to knit them back together.
- Crossing the river : a life in Brazil, Amy Ragsdale.981 RAG
- Overwhelmed with her fast-paced, competitive lifestyle, Amy Ragsdale moved with her husband, writer Peter Stark, and their two teenage children from the US to a small town in northeastern Brazil, where she hoped they would learn the value of a slower life.
- Culloden : Scotland's last battle and the forging of the British Empire, Trevor Royle.941.1072 ROY
- Destruction and sorrow beneath the heavens : reportage, Laszlo Krasznahorkai. 951.06 KRA
- Destruction and Sorrow beneath the Heavens is both a travel memoir and the chronicle of a distinct intellectual shift as one of the most captivating contemporary writers and thinkers begins to engage with the cultures of Asia and the legacies of its interactions with Europe in a newly globalized society.
- Family guide Paris. 944.36 FAM
- Finest hours : the true story of the U.S. Coast Guard's most daring sea rescue, Michael J. Tougias and Casey Sherman.910.9163 TOU
- Documents the 1952 Coast Guard mission to save the crews of two oil tankers that were torn in half by the force of one of New England's worst nor'easters.
- Gathering carrageen, Monica Connell.941.6 CON
- As a child in the 1990s Monica Connell lived in a village in Donegal with her mother and academic father. In the 2000s, by now an anthropologist and author, she returned with her husband. Gathering Carrageen is the story of that return.
- Germany943 EGE
- Eyewitness Travel Guide: Germany
- Germany, Andrea Schulte-Peevers. 943 SCH
- Lonely Planet Germany i
- Greece, Kornia Miller. 949.5 MIL
- Lonely Planet Greece
- How to talk about places you've never been : on the importance of armchair travel, Pierre Bayard. 809.933 BAY
- In search of kings and conquerors : Gertrude Bell and the archaeology of the Middle East, Lisa Cooper.956.02 BEL
- The extraordinary life of Gertrude Bell was marked by myriad achievements. Although best known for her desert travels and her part in the creation of the modern state of Iraq, she also made a significant contribution to the field of archaeology. This book explores Bell's achievements, emphasizing the tenacious, inquisitive side of her personality.
- In wartime : stories from Ukraine, Tim Judah.947.7 JUD
- Into the whirlwind, Evgenia Semyonovna Ginzburg. 947.084 GIN
- When a university colleague is arrested for alleged Trotskyist activities, the 30 year-old Eugenia is charged with not having denounced him. Expelled from the Party in 1937, interrogated and sent to Kolyma, the vast complex of labour camps in the Russian Far East, here she records her shock at her arrest and the agony of forced labour and exile.
- Ireland, Fionn Davenport. 941.5 DAV
- Lonely Planet Ireland
- Jeb and the Bush crime family, Roger Stone and Saint John Hunt.929.2 BUS
- New York Times" bestselling author and legendary political insider, Roger Stone lashes out with a blistering indictment that exposes the true history and monumental hypocrisy of the Bushes.
- Kakanui's people : 100 oral histories, Murray McD Turner.920.093 TUR
- Mansfield in the Great War, Carol Lovejoy Edwards.942.523 EDW
- This is the moving story of those left behind to cope without their men; to cope with the influx of up to 30,000 soldiers; to cope with food shortages and hardships and with the tough living conditions prevalent in the early twentieth century.The book concentrates on the social impact of the war on this particular town and its inhabitants, showing how they coped and the efforts they too made for the war.
- Munich & the Bavarian Alps 943.3 GAL
- The DK Eyewitness Travel Guide
- Pardon my French : how a grumpy American fell in love with France, Allen Johnson.944.083 JOH
- Seasons of Erewhon : the enduring legacy of a high-country station, text by Yvonne Martin. 636.301 MAR
- Shemya : America's cold war sentinel, Gerald W. Butler.979.8 BUT
- St. Marks is dead : the many lives of America's hippest street, Ada Calhoun.974.71 CAL
- St. Marks Place in New York City has spawned countless artistic and political movements, providing a backdrop for social and cultural revolutionaries from Leon Trotsky to Andy Warhol.
- Tales from the long twelfth century : the rise and fall of the Angevin Empire, Richard Huscroft.942.031 HUS
- The Age of Genius : the seventeenth century and the birth of the modern mind, A. C. Grayling.940.252 GRA
- Explores the eventful intertwining of outward event and inner intellectual life to tell, in all its richness and depth, the story of the 17th century in Europe. It was a time of creativity unparalleled in history before or since, from science to the arts, from philosophy to politics.
- The Holy Roman Empire : a thousand years of Europe's history, Peter H. Wilson.943.02 WIL
- The Mediterranean in history, David Abulafia.909.0982 ABU
- The morning they came for us : dispatches from Syria, Janine Di Giovanni.956.91 DI
- Di Giovanni relays the personal stories of rebel fighters thrown in jail at the least provocation; of children and families forced to watch loved ones taken and killed by regime forces with dubious justifications; and the stories of the elite, holding pool parties in Damascus hotels, trying to deny the human consequences of the nearby shelling. Delivered with passion, fearlessness and sensitivity, The Morning They Came for Us is an unflinching account of a nation on the brink of disintegration.
- The Other Paris, Luc Sante.944.36 SAN
- A trip through Paris as it will never be again dark and dank and poor and slapdash and truly bohemian
- The toss of a coin : voices from a modern crisis, Rory O'Keeffe.961.2 OKE
- In this book, the people tell their own stories, in their own words. What they left in their homelands, the perilous journey to Libya and beyond, the Arab Spring, the Libyan Civil War, the causes of each, and what they led to. In short, where we are, and how we got here.
- This is London : life and death in the world city, Ben Judah.942.1 JUD
- London is a global city. More than half of those who live in the UK's capital came from somewhere
else and most arrived in the last ten years. Migration is transforming London, for better and for worse. Ben Judah is an acclaimed foreign correspondent. In This Is London, he turns his keen reporter's eye on home, immersing himself in the hidden world of the city's immigrants.
- Under this roof : The White House and the presidency : 21 presidents, 21 rooms, 21 inside stories, Paul Brandus.975.3 BRA
- USA, Regis St Louis. 973 ST
- Lonely Planet USA i
- Using GPS, Bruce Grubbs.910.2 GRU
- What goes around : a London cycle courier's story, Emily Chappell.388.34 CHA
- Wild by nature : from Siberia to Australia, three years alone in the wilderness on foot, Sarah Marquis.910.41 MAR
House & Garden
- All new building decks, editors of Fine Homebuilding.690.893 ALL
- Compost, Rachelle Strauss. 631.87 STR
- Every room tells a story, words by Kit Kemp. 747 KEM
- Showcasing the inspiring approach to interiors of highly acclaimed designer Kit Kemp, this book shares the stories behind each room Kit lends her hand to.
- Feng shui made easy : designing your life with the ancient art of placement, William Spear.133.33 SPE
- Inside Venice : a private view of the city's most beautiful interiors, Toto Bergamo Rossi. 747.094531 BER
- Kitchen & materials : wood laminate steel. 747.79 KIT
- Lighting applications for domestic interiors, Karen Wardell.621.32 WAR
- Michele Bonan : the gentleman of style, introduction by Cesare Cunaccia. 747 BON
- Renowned Italian architect and interior designer Michele Bonan likens each of his ventures to a film script, composed of dynamic narrative, wit, and irony.
- Simple matters : living with less and ending up with more, Erin Boyle.640 BOY
- Sixties house, Catriona Gray. 747 GRA
- In Sixties House, mid-century modern enthusiast Catriona Gray has drawn on the magazine's peerless archive, curating the best illustrations and photographs to show how the use of colour, pattern, homewares and furniture evolved through the decade.
- Stanley trim : a homeowner's guide, Steve Cory.694.6 COR
- Aimed at homeowners with limited DIY experience, this book immediately zeroes in on the basics from explaining trim styles including Colonial, Arts and Crafts, Victorian, and others to in-depth chapters on trim materials and tools and techniques.
- The bee-friendly garden : design an abundant, flower-filled yard that nurtures bees and supports biodiversity, Kate Frey and Gretchen LeBuhn.595.79 FRE
- Moranifesto, Caitlin Moran.070.44 MOR
- Combining the best of the author's columns with lots of new writing.
- Criminal that I am : a memoir, Jennifer Ridha.345.05 RID
- Criminal That I Am is a defense attorney's account of the criminal justice system as seen through the prism of a particular case: her own.
- Health and Safety at Work Act : a practical guide, Dr. Heather McKenzie.344.0465 MCK
- Indigenous people, crime and punishment, Thalia Anthony.342.087 ANT
- through an analysis of Indigenous sentencing remarks over a fifty year period in a number of jurisdictions, the book demonstrates how judicial discretion is moulded to dominant white assumptions about Indigeneity. More specifically, Indigenous People, Crime and Punishment shows how the increasing demonisation of Indigenous criminality and culture in sentencing has turned earlier gains in the legal recognition of Indigenous peoples on their head.
- International due process and fair trial manual, Christopher "Kip" Hale and James P. Bair, editors.341.48 INT
- International law : a very short introduction, Vaughan Lowe.341 LOW
- The English legal system, Anthony Chadwick.349.42 CHA
- The law book : from Hammurabi to the International Criminal Court, 250 milestones in the history of law, Michael H. Roffer.340 ROF
- The United Nations : a very short introduction, Jussi M. Hanhimaki.341.23 HAN
- Brief. 53, editor: Alex Wild ; poetry ed.: Brett Cross.820.80092 BRI
- Ordinary light : a memoir, Tracy K. Smith.811.6 SMI
- In Ordinary light, Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Tracy K. Smith explores her coming-of-age and the meaning of home against a complex backdrop of race, faith, and the unbreakable bond between a mother and daughter.
- Percutio. no. 9, redacteur en chef William Direen.820.80092 PER
- Percutio features poetry, essays, notebook entries, reviews, critical studies and images.
- Plotted : a literary atlas, Andrew DeGraff. 809.933 DEG
- This wide-ranging collection of maps all inspired by literary classics offers readers a new way of looking at their favourite fictional worlds.
- The letters of T.S. Eliot. Volume 6, 1932-1933, Valerie Eliot and John Haffenden.821.912 ELI
- Despairing of his volatile, unstable wife, T S Eliot, at 44, resolves to put an end to the torture of his eighteen-year marriage. He breaks free from September 1932 by becoming Norton Lecturer at Harvard.
- They call me ink : a collection of writing by New Zealand teenagers, selected by Tessa Duder & James Norcliffe. 820.809283 THE
Music & Musicians
- Led Zeppelin : the ultimate collection, Chris Welch.781.66 LED
- The sick bag song, Nick Cave.781.66 CAV
- The Sick Bag Song is an exploration of love, inspiration and memory shaped around the events of Cave's 2014 tour.
- Aurora : in search of the northern lights, Melanie Windridge.538.76 WIN
- Being a beast, Charles Foster.590 FOS
- Charles Foster wanted to know what it was like to be a beast: a badger, an otter, a deer, a fox, a swift. What it was really like. So he tried it out; he lived life as a badger for six weeks, sleeping in a dirt hole and eating earthworms, he came face to face with shrimps as he lived like an otter and he spent hours curled up in a back garden in East London and rooting in bins like an urban fox.
- Common ground, Rob Cowen.508.4284 COW
- Blurring the boundaries of memoir, natural history and novel, Common Ground offers nothing less than an enthralling new way of writing about nature and our experiences within it.
- Earth matters : how soil underlies civilization, Richard D. Bardgett.631.4 BAR
- Earthquake time bombs, Robert Yeats.551.22 YEA
- Essential reading for policy-makers, infrastructure and emergency planners, scientists, students and anyone living in the
shadow of an earthquake, this book raises the alarm so that we can protect our vulnerable cities before it's too late.
- Grizzlies of Pilgrim Creek : an intimate portrait of 399, the most famous bear of Greater Yellowstone, photography by Thomas D. Mangelsen ; Todd Wilkinson ; foreword by Ted Turner.599.78 MAN
- Meerkats, Grant M. McIlrath.599.74 MCI
- Pristine seas : journeys to the ocean's last wild places, Enric Sala. 577.7 SAL
- Raptor : a journey through birds, James Macdonald Lockhart.598.9 LOC
- Sex in the sea : our intimate connection with sex-changing fish, romantic lobsters, kinky squid, and other salty erotica of the deep, Marah J. Hardt. 591.77 HAR
- The search for the rarest bird in the world, Vernon RL Head.598.072 HEA
- The shock of the Anthropocene : the earth, history and us, Christophe Bonneuil. 304.2 BON
- Dissecting the new theoretical buzzword of the "Anthropocene" Scientists tell us
that the Earth has entered a new epoch: the Anthropocene. We are not facing simply an environmental crisis, but a geological revolution of human origin.
- The story of the world in 100 species, Christopher Lloyd. 576.8 LLO
- Volcanoes, earthquakes, and tsunamis : a complete introduction, David A. Rothery.551.2 ROT
- Whales, dolphins, & porpoises : a natural history and species guide, Annalisa Berta.599.5 WHA
- Healthy little eaters : how to help your children develop a healthy relationship with food, Wal Herring.613.2 HER
- Healthy sleep-habits, happy child : a step-by-step program for a good night's sleep, Marc Weissbluth.618.928 WEI
- The Busker's guide to risk, Shelly Newstead.649.5 NEW
- Informative, concise, and light-hearted, this book explains why we need to let children take risks in play, whilst at the same time keeping them safe enough, and how to use risk-benefit assessments to help with this.
- The collapse of parenting : how we hurt our kids when we treat them like grown-ups : the three things you must do to help your child or teen become a fulfilled adult, Leonard Sax.306.874 SAX
- The divorce talk : how to tell the kids : a parent's guide to breaking the news without breaking their hearts, Vikki Stark.306.89 STA
- The gentle parenting book : how to raise calmer, happier children from birth to seven, Sarah Ockwell-Smith.649.1 OCK
Pets & Animals
- A wander in vetland, John Hicks.636.089 HIC
- Keeping chickens, Liz Wright ;. 636.5 WRI
- Over, under, through : obstacle training for horses : 50 effective, step-by-step exercises for every rider, Vanessa Bee. 636.1083 BEE
- Samoyed a purebred working dog : Samoyed complete owners manual : Samoyed book for care, costs, feeding, grooming, health and training, George Hoppendale and Asia Moore.636.73 SAM
- The penguin lessons, Tom Michell.371.1 MIT
- Tom Michell is in his roaring twenties: single, free-spirited and seeking adventure. He has a plane ticket to South America,
a teaching position in a prestigious Argentinian boarding school and endless summer holidays. He even has a motorbike! What he doesn't need is a pet. What he really doesn't need is a pet penguin.
Philosophy and psychology
- Mental time travel : episodic memory and our knowledge of the personal past, Kourken Michaelian.128.3 MIC
- In this book, Kourken Michaelian builds on research in the psychology of memory to develop an innovative philosophical account of the nature of remembering and memory knowledge.
- The illustrated practical guide to digital and classic photography : the expert's manual on taking great photographs, Steve Luck. 771 LUC
- Much ado about Shakespeare : the life and times of William Shakespeare : a literary picture book, Donovan Bixley.822.33 BIX
- Plays, June Allen. 822.92 ALL
- Plays again, June Allen.822.92 ALL
- The Dennis Doherty story : the inspiration for the Sound and Light Show of Norfolk Island, June Allen.822.92 ALL
- Dennis Doherty is the real name of a convict who was incarcerated on Norfolk Island during the Second Settlement. He is the narrator for a series of stories from both the First and Second Settlements which were woven together to form the attraction which is the Sound and Light Show
- Beside herself, Chris Price.821.92 PRI
- Cold water cure, Claire Orchard.821.92 ORC
- Fits & starts, Andrew Johnston.821.914 JOH
- Andrew Johnston?s mesmerising new collection weaves together fragments of dream, myth, memory and
- Transit of Venus poetry exchange = Venustransit-Lyrik-Austausch, Hinemoana Baker, Ulrike Almut Sandig, Glenn Colquhoun, Uwe Kolbe, Brigitte Oleschinski, Chris Price.821.9208 BAK
- "The Transit of Venus on 6 June 2012 was the inspiration for an international, multi-layered poetry project.
Politics & Government
- China and the Pacific : the view from Oceania, Michael Powles.327.9 CHI
- The proceedings of a conference held by the New Zealand Contemporary China Research
- Dark money : the hidden history of the billionaires behind the rise of the radical right, Jane Mayer.320.52 MAY
Religion & Ethics
- Advice from my 80-year-old self : real words of wisdom from people ages 7 to 88, Susan O'Malley. 170.44 OMA
- Flourishing : why we need religion in a globalized world, Miroslav Volf.291.17 VOL
- Francis, Bishop of Rome : the gospel for the third millennium, Allan Figueroa Deck, SJ.282.092 FRA
- To say that Jorge Mario Bergoglio is the first Latin American and Jesuit to occupy the chair of Peter is to assert the most important facts about him. Francis, Bishop of Rome focuses on the most revelatory features of his life and times, highlighting key facets of Pope Francis' rich background.
- God is watching you : how the fear of God makes us human, Dominic Johnson.291.23 JOH
- My badass book of saints : courageous women who showed me how to live, Maria Morera Johnson.270.092 JOH
- In this edgy, honest, and often audacious book of Catholic spirituality Maria Morera Johnson explores the qualities of 24 holy women who lived lives of virtue in unexpected and often difficult circumstances.
- Pushing boundaries : New Zealand Protestants and overseas missions, 1827-1939, Hugh Morrison.266.4 MOR
- This book argues that understanding the overseas missionary activity of Protestant churches and groups can contribute to a more general understanding of how New Zealand has developed as a society and nation.
- The Qur'an : a journey, Kader Abdolah. 297.12 ABD
- Cloning : a reference handbook, David E. Newton.571.8 NEW
- Herding Hemingway's Cats : understanding how our genes work, Kat Arney.572.8 ARN
- How we'll live on Mars, Stephen L. Petranek.620.4 PET
- Light : the visible spectrum and beyond, Kimberly Arcand and Megan Watzke.535 ARC
- Sonic wind : the story of John Paul Stapp and how a renegade doctor became the fastest man on Earth, Craig Ryan.571.4 STA
- Documents the pivotal contributions of the late scientific visionary behind the development of seatbelts and ejection seats, outlining his dramatic experiments and battles for safety legislation that have been credited with saving millions of lives.
- The Cambridge double star atlas, Bruce MacEvoy. 523.841 MCE
- The Cambridge Double Star Atlas is back! It is the first and only atlas of physical double stars that can be viewed with amateur astronomical instruments
- The impact of discovering life beyond Earth, [edited by] Steven J. Dick.576.839 IMP
- The new cosmos : answering astronomy's big questions, David J. Eicher. 520 EIC
- The Serengeti rules : the quest to discover how life works and why it matters, Sean B. Carroll.570 CAR
- How does life work? How does nature produce the right numbers of zebras and lions on the African savanna, or fish in the ocean? How do our bodies produce the right numbers of cells in our organs and bloodstream? In this book, Sean Carroll tells the stories of the pioneering scientists who sought the answers to such simple yet profoundly important questions.
- For men only : a straightforward guide to the inner lives of women, Shaunti and Jeff Feldhahn.248.84 FEL
- Heightening your happiness : how you can develop the skill of enjoying your life, Karen Degen.158 DEG
- Mindfulness for women : declutter your mind, simplify your life, find time to 'be', Vidyamala Burch and Claire Irvin.158.12 BUR
- Originals : how non-conformists move the world, Adam Grant.153.35 GRA
- Using surprising studies and stories spanning business, politics, sports, and entertainment, Grant explores how to recognize a good idea, speak up without getting silenced, build a coalition of allies, choose the right time to act, and manage fear and doubt; how parents and teachers can nurture originality in children; and how leaders can fight groupthink to build cultures that welcome dissent.
- Phantom self : and how to find the real one, David Icke.001.9 ICK
- Shut your monkey : how to control your inner critic and unleash your creativity, Danny Gregory.153.35 GRE
- Soul secrets, Kelvin Cruickshank.158.1 CRU
- The life-changing magic of not giving a fk : how to stop spending time you don't have doing things you don't want to do with people you don't like, Sarah Knight.158.1
- The tides of mind : uncovering the spectrum of consciousness, David Gelernter.153 GEL
- An exploration of the human psyche that shows us how the very purpose of the mind changes throughout the day.
- The wisdom of Groundhog Day : how to improve your life one day at a time, Paul Hannam.158.1 HAN
- A history of New Zealand women, Barbara Brookes.305.40993 BRO
- Being Palangi : my Pacific journey, a memoir by Anthony Haas.070.92 HAA
- This memoir is about stories of people. It uses the interaction of five generations of the Haas and Tongan Afeaki family to show how peoples from different countries and cultures can work together and succeed in making a better place to live in, despite trials and tribulations
- Can't forgive : my twenty-year battle with O.J. Simpson, Kim Goldman.362.88 GOL
- Don't tell her she needs to find closure. Don't ask her to forgive and forget. When Kim was just 22, her older brother, Ron Goldman, was brutally killed by O.J. Simpson. Ron and Kim were very close, and her devastation was compounded by the shocking not guilty verdict that allowed a smirking Simpson to leave as a free man.
- Change the channel : an inspirational story of taking control of situations that seem impossible, Andrew Fleming.362.43 FLE
- The dangers of quad bikes are well known to farmers and none more so than Andrew Fleming. After falling from his bike and suffering a shattered vertebra, the previously fit and active farmer faced unimaginable challenges ahead. However, rather than seeing the accident as an end, it became a new beginning as Andrew set about facing a new way of life.
- Coping with suicide : signs we missed and strategies to use in the aftermath, Christine J Howard.362.28 HOW
- Doing good says who? : stories from volunteers, nonprofits, donors, and those they want to help, Connie Newton & Fran Early.361 NEW
- Flying on broken wings, Carrie Bailee.362.76 BAI
- Carrie Bailee fled Canada and came to Australia when she was twenty. Once here she was assisted by a number of Australian women, and was ultimately encouraged to apply for refugee status in order to stay in this country. So began her battle to be granted asylum in Australia.
- Going places : migration, economics and the future of New Zealand, Julie Fry, Hayden Glass.304.893 FRY
- "Can immigration, in economic terms, be more than a gap filler for the labour market and help as well with national economic transformation? And what is the evidence on the effect of migration not just on house prices but also on jobs, trade or broader economic performance?
- Home : how habitat made us human, John S. Allen.392.36 ALL
- In Home, Allen argues that to "feel at home" is more than just an expression, but reflects a deep-seated cognitive basis for the human desire to have, use, and enjoy a place of one's own.
- How to conduct surveys : a step-by-step guide, Arlene Fink.001.4 FIN
- Inside the cell : the dark side of forensic DNA, Erin E. Murphy.363.256 MUR
- In Inside the Cell, Erin Murphy shows how DNA typing can be subject to misuse, mistake, and error, and lead to a police state run amok.
- It's okay to die : Shirley Dando's story - dying graciously, the Dando family ; with Lynette Davies.362.19699449 DAN
- Teachings of a grumpy cripple, Thane Pullan.362.196836 PUL
- Thane says, "This book is about my experiences of having a disability, how society can improve treatment
of people with disabilities and my own psychological theories."
- The boy who talked to dogs : a memoir, Martin McKenna.636.7 MCK
- The author describes his youth in Ireland during which he lived on the street, accompanied by six street dogs that helped him understand the meaning of family and self-respect, and provides a look into canine behaviour.
- The gay revolution : the story of the struggle, Lillian Faderman.306.766 FAD
- The lovers : love and vengeance in Afghanistan : a true story, Rod Nordland.958.1 NOR
- This is the heartrending account of Zakia and Mohammad Ali, a couple from opposing ethnic sects, who defying their society's norms have left behind everything they know and are quite literally risking their lives for their love.
- The missing Kennedy : Rosemary Kennedy and the secret bonds of four women, Elizabeth Koehler-Pentacoff.362.3 KEN
- Rosemary (Rosie) Kennedy was born in 1918,
the first daughter of a wealthy Bostonian couple who later would become known as the patriarch and matriarch of America's most famous and celebrated family. Elizabeth Koehler was born in 1957, the first and only child of a struggling Wisconsin farm family. What, besides their religion, did these two very different Catholic women have in common?
- The secrets of enduring love, D Meg John Barker and Prof. Jacqui Gabb. 306.7 BAR
- The ways of the world, David Harvey.301 HAR
- This book presents a sequence of landmark works in David Harvey's intellectual journey over five decades. It shows how experiencing the riots, despair and injustice of 1970s Baltimore led him to seek an explanation of capitalist inequalities via Marx and to a sustained intellectual engagement that has made him the world's leading exponent of Marx's work.
- Until we are free : my fight for human rights in Iran, Shirin Ebadi.955.05 EBA
- For several years the Iranian government tried everything to silence Shirin Ebadi: They arrested her, bugged her phones, attacked her home, shadowed her everywhere she went, seized her office, and nailed a death threat to her front door. But nothing could stop Ebadi from her work as a human rights lawyer defending women, children, and the persecuted in Iran.
- Will you marry me? : creative wedding planning & design. 395.22 WIL
- Wired for dating : how understanding neurobiology and attachment style can help you find your ideal mate, Stan Tatkin.306.73 TAT
Sport & Recreation
- Guy Martin, Guy Martin.796.75 MAR
- "This book starts in a Transit, ends in a Transit, and in between I've raced a few pushbikes, raced a few motorbikes and got a fair few
stories to tell you."
- Hunting on sacred ground, Dave Ratcliffe.799.2 RAT
- This book tells a story about the lifestyle and challenges the author experianced as a hunting guide and tourist operator building a buisness for local and overseas hunters on Maori owned land, there are spiritual happenings and hardships during the 23 years spent on the sacred land of Waipari.
- Life is not an accident : a memoir of reinvention, Jay Williams.796.323 WIL
- This big-hearted memoir by the most promising professional basketball player of his generation details his rise to NBA stardom, the terrible accident that ended his career and plunged him into a life-altering depression, and how he ultimately found his way out of the darkness.
- The perfect bet : how science and math are taking the luck out of gambling, Adam Kucharski.519.2 KUC
- The world of cycling according to G, Geraint Thomas. 796.6 THO
- Sit back or saddle up as double Olympic gold medallist and multiple world champion Geraint Thomas gives you a warts and all insight into the life of a pro cyclist
Trains, Boats, Planes
- Into the black : the extraordinary untold story of the first flight of the space shuttle and the men who flew her, Rowland White.629.45 WHI
- North American X-15 : 1954-1968 (X-15, X-15B & Delta Wing models), David Baker.629.13338 X
- A unique Haynes Manual, providing fascinating technical insight into the development and use of rocket planes, focusing on the iconic X-15, which carried out much of the development work for the Apollo and Space Shuttle space programmes.
- Rails across North America : a pictorial journey across the USA, David Cable.385.0973 CAB
- America's commandos : U.S. special operations forces of World War II and Korea, Leroy Thompson.940.541 THO
- Anzac battlefield : a Gallipoli landscape of war and memory, Antonio Sagona. 940.42 ANZ
- Challenger 1 Main Battle Tank : 1983-2001 (FV 4030/4 model) : an insight into the design, operation and maintenance of the British Army's revolutionary Chobham-armoured main battle tank,
Dick Taylor.623.7475 TAY
- Dog soldiers : love, loyalty and sacrifice on the front line, Isabel George.355 GEO
- Dowding's Eagles : accounts of 25 Battle of Britain veterans, Norman Franks.940.5421 FRA
- Hawker Siddeley/BAE Harrier : owners' workshop manual : an insight into owning, flying and maintaining the legendary 'jump jet', Denis J. Calvert. 623.7464
- Hunter killer : inside America's unmanned air war, Lt. Col. T. Mark McCurley with Kevin Maurer.956.7044 MCC
- The first-ever inside look at the US military's secretive Remotely Piloted Aircraft program equal parts techno-thriller, historical account, and war memoir.
- Israel's edge : the story of the IDF's most elite unit, Talpiot, Jason Gewirtz.355.343 GEW
- Lockheed F-117 Nighthawk : 1981 - present : owners' workshop manual : insights into the world's first operational stealth interdictor, designed and built by the legendary Skunk Works, Paul F.
- P-51 Mustang : seventy-five years of America's most famous warbird, Cory Graff.623.7464 MUS
- Paint locker magic : a history of naval aviation special markings and artwork, William Tate and Jim Meehan.358.4183 TAT
- RAF V-force 1955-69 : operations manual : insights into the organisation, aircraft and weaponry of Britain's Cold War strategic nuclear strike force, Andrew Brookes.623.7463 BRO
- Setting France ablaze : the SOE in France during WWII, Peter Jacobs.940.5486 JAC
- Soviet Cold War weaponry : tanks and armoured fighting vehicles, Anthony Tucker-Jones.623.7475 TUC
- The lost airman : a true story of escape from Nazi-occupied France, Seth Meyerowitz. 940.544 MEY
- The prison diary of A.C. Barrington : dissent and conformity in wartime New Zealand, John Pratt ; with an introduction by John Barrington.940.5316 BAR
- A.C. (Archie)
Barrington was a leading New Zealand pacifist during World War 2. Incarcerated in Mount Crawford Prison for his beliefs in 1941, he kept an illicit diary, scrawled in the margins of books. Many years later his son John happened across the diary and painstakingly reconstructed it.
- Third Reich collectibles : identification and price guide, Chris William.355.134 WIL
- Wars that changed history : 50 of the world's greatest conflicts, Spencer C. Tucker.355.02 TUC
- Zero footprint : the true story of a private military contractor's covert assignments in Syria, Libya, and the world's most dangerous places, Simon Chase and Ralph Pezzullo.355.354 CHA