New Titles Non-Fiction December 2018 (arrived in November)

Art & Architecture

10-step drawing flowers: learn to draw 75 flowers in ten easy step!, Mary Woodin. 743.7 WOO
Acrylic painting mediums & methods: a contemporary guide to materials, techniques, and applications, Rhéni Tauchid. 751.426 TAU
American modernism: highlights from the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Jessica Todd Smith. 709.73 SMI
Beginner's guide to linocut: 10 print projects with top techniques to get you started, Susan Yeates. 761.3 YEA
Beginner's guide to painting with oil pastels: projects, techniques and inspiration to get you started, Tim Fisher. 741.23 FIS
Berthe Morisot: woman impressionist, essays by Cindy Kang [and four others]. 759.4 MOR
As the only female member of the Impressionist group at its founding in late 1873, Morisot played a major and multifaceted part in the movement, and her works were prized by pioneering dealers and collectors.
Botanical art with scientific illustration, Sarah Jane Humphrey. 743.7 HUM
California contemporary: the houses of Grant C. Kirkpatrick and KAA Design, [Grant C. Kirkpatrick]. 728.37 KIR
Christo and Jeanne-Claude: urban projects, Matthias Koddenberg, Laure Martin-Poulet. 730.92 CHR
Dynamic watercolours: an exploration of colour, texture and technique, Jane Betteridge. 751.422 BET
Encounters with Peggy Guggenheim, Stefan Moses. 708 GUG
In 'Encounters With Peggy Guggenheim' photographer Stefan Moses reveals his collection of photographs of Peggy, taken between 1969 and 1974. Striking, eccentric and dramatic, Mosese photographed Peggy in her favourite places around Venice, as well as in her private palazzo at Canal Grande.
Endangered species: artists on the front line of biodiversity, Barbara C. Matilsky. 704.9432 MAT
Eric Wert: still life, essays by Richard Speer, Shawn Vandor. 759.13 WER
Five-minute watercolour: super-quick techniques for amazing paintings, Samantha Nielsen. 751.422 NIE
Hilma af Klint: notes and methods, introduction and commentary by Iris Müller-Westermann; afterword by Johan af Klint; edited by Christine Burgin; translations by Kerstin Lind Bonnier, Elizabeth Clark Wessel, Anne Posten. 759.85 KLI
At the turn of the century, Swedish artist Hilma af Klint (1862-1944) created a body of work that left visible reality behind, exploring the radical possibilities of abstraction years before Vasily Kandinsky, Kazimir Malevich, or Piet Mondrian, acknowledged fathers of twentieth- century abstraction.
Howardena Pindell: what remains to be seen, Naomi Beckwith and Valerie Cassel Oliver. 759.13 PIN
Born in middle-class Philadelphia in the 1940s, Howardena Pindell came of age during the Civil Rights movement. As an African-American woman artist, making her way in the world provided Pindell with source material to inspire her work.
Le Corbusier: the buildings, photographs by Richard Pare; text by Jean-Louis Cohen. 720.944 LE
Living Monet: the artist's gardens, Doris Kutschbach. 759.4 MON
Living with buildings: and walking with ghosts: on health and architecture, Iain Sinclair. 720.1 SIN
Marianne North: the Kew collection. 759.2 NOR
Marianne North was a remarkable Victorian traveller and painter, who traversed the globe recording the world's flora with her paintbrush and writing her experiences in her journal.
Michel Sittow: Estonian painter at the courts of Renaissance Europe, John Oliver Hand. 759.798 SIT
Mitchell & Mitchell: a father and son arts legacy, Peter Alsop, Anna Reed, Richard Wolfe. 709.93 MIT
Leonard C. Mitchell and Leonard V. Mitchell - father and son - are two forgotten artistic heroes. Now, critically studied for the first time, their highlight reel runs long. No other family can likely claim such a diverse contribution to New Zealand art.
Pencil drawing cats, Anja Dahl. 743.6 DAH
Picturing the pacific: Joseph Banks and the shipboard artists of Cook and Flinders, James Taylor. 704.94991 BAN
Pre-Raphaelite girl gang: fifty makers, shakers and heartbreakers from the Victorian era, Kristy Stonell Walker. 709.42 WAL
Tacita Dean: landscape, portrait, still life. 709.41 DEA
Published at a career-defining moment, this book provides a new and authoritative view of a hugely influential filmmaker who has been at the forefront of British art for over twenty years.
The art of creative watercolor: inspiration & techniques for imaginative drawing and painting, Danielle Donaldson. 751.422 DON
The Bible and art, perspectives from Oceania, Caroline Blyth and N?sili Vaka'uta. 709.95 BIB
This volume takes readers on a fascinating journey through the visual arts of Aotearoa New Zealand, Australia and the Pacific Islands, contemplating the multivocal dialogues between these artistic media and the texts and traditions of the Bible.
The complete guide to drawing: a practical course for artists, Barrington Barber. 741.2 BAR
The encyclopedia of printmaking techniques: a unique visual dictionary of printmaking techniques, with guidance on how to use them, Judy Martin. 760.2 MAR
The modern A frame, photography by Ben Rahn. 728.37 MOD
The Renaissance nude, Thomas Kren. 704.9421 REN
The wall of birds: an artistic journey: one planet, 243 families, 375 million years, Jane Kim. 759.13 KIM
A celebration of the diversity and evolution of birds, as depicted in the Cornell Lab of Ornithology's magnificent 2,500-square-foot Wall of Birds mural by artist Jane Kim.
The watercolors of Dean Mitchell: beauty in the real. 759.13 MIT
Tracey Emin: Modern Artist/ Neal Brown. 709.41 EMI
Presents Emin's art in clear accessible language, with full-colour reproductions throughout. It includes interviews with Emin, as well as her own writings, and provides a key to understanding one of the most discussed contemporary artists at work.
Who built Scotland: a history of the nation in twenty-five buildings, Alexander McCall Smith. 941.1 SMI


American like me: reflections on life between cultures, America Ferrera with E. Cayce Dumont. 304 AME
America Ferrera has always felt wholly American, and yet, her identity is inextricably linked to her parents' homeland and Honduran culture.
Anne Frank's diary: the graphic adaptation, Anne Frank. 940.5318 FRA
Arthur Ashe: a life, Raymond Arsenault. 796.342 ASH
The first comprehensive, authoritative biography of American icon Arthur Ashe; the Jackie Robinson of men's tennis, a pioneering athlete who, after breaking the colour barrier, went on to become an influential civil rights activist and public intellectual.
Back to Amy: an intimate portrait of the real Amy Winehouse: featuring rare and unseen photographs, Charles Moriarty. 781.66 WIN
Rare, open and honest, this collection of nearly 100 photographs by Charles Moriarty shows Amy Winehouse as you've never seen her before.
Being David Archer: (and other unusual ways of earning a living), Timothy Bentinck. 791.44028 BEN
Timothy Bentinck has played the part of David Archer in BBC Radio 4's The Archers since 1982.
Being John Lennon: a restless life, Ray Connolly. 781.66 LEN
An intimate yet unsparing biography of one of the greatest and most mythologised musicians of the twentieth century.
Betty Ford: First Lady, women's advocate, survivor, trailblazer, Lisa McCubbin; foreword by Susan Ford Bales. 973.925 FOR
An intimate and insightful biography of Betty Ford, the groundbreaking, candid, and resilient First Lady and wife of President Gerald Ford.
Bill Lawry: chasing a century. 796.358 LAW
Bill Lawry will always be one of the most iconic figures of Australian cricket. Whether you remember him best as the famously relentless batsman, stonewalling captain, or excitable, beloved commentator; Lawry has been at the heart of the game for almost sixty years.
Blowing the bloody doors off: and other lessons in life, Michael Caine. 791.43028 CAI
Now in his 85th year Cain wants to share everything he's learned. With brilliant new insight into his life and work and with his wonderful gift for story, this is Caine at his wise and entertaining best.
Bring it on home: Peter Grant, Led Zeppelin and beyond: the story of rock's greatest manager, Mark Blake. 781.66 GRA
Bring it on Home is a celebration, a cautionary tale and a compelling human drama, this biography features interviews with the three surviving members of Led Zeppelin.
Carrington: an honourable man, Christopher Lee. 941.082 CAR
Lord Carrington was Margaret Thatcher's Foreign Secretary when the Argentinians invaded the Falklands in 1982. Absent in Israel on the eve of the invasion, he promptly resigned since it was, he said, a point of honour. He is seen by many today as the last of his breed in politics, an honourable man committed to public service.
Closer you are: the story of Robert Pollard and Guided by Voices, Matthew Cutter. 781.66 POL
Author Matthew Cutter is a longtime friend of Pollard and, with Pollard's blessing, he's set out to tell the whole, true story of Guided By Voices. Closer You Are is the first book to take an in-depth look at the man behind it all, with interviews conducted by the author with Pollard's friends, family, and bandmates, along with unfettered access to Pollard himself and his extensive archives.
Dream. Believe. Achieve.: my autobiography, Jonathan Rea. 796.75 REA
Within the staggeringly dangerous and high-pressure sport of professional motorcycling, Jonathan Rea's achievements are unprecedented.
Edmund: in search of England's lost king, Francis Young. 942.01 EDM
In showing how Edmund became the pivotal figure around whom Saxons, Danes and Normans all rallied, the author points to the imminent rediscovery of the ruler who created England.
Frida Kahlo: an illustrated life, María Hesse. 759.972 KAH
Frida Kahlo by María Hesse offers a highly unique way of getting to know the artist by presenting her life in graphic form, with striking illustrations that reimagine many of Kahlo's famous paintings.
Fryderyk Chopin: a life and times, Alan Walker. 780.92 CHO
Alan Walker's monumental Fryderk Chopin: A Life and Times is the most comprehensive biography of the great Polish composer to appear in English in more than a century.
Godley: the man behind the myth, Terry Kinloch. 355.00993 GOD
This is the first full biography of General Sir Alexander Godley, the British commander of the New Zealand Expeditionary Force (NZEF) during World War I.
Heartland: a memoir of working hard and being broke in the richest country on Earth, Sarah Smarsh. 978.1 SMA
During Sarah Smarsh's turbulent childhood in Kansas in the 1980s and 1990s, the country's changing economic policies solidified her family's place among the working poor.
Heimat: a German family album, Nora Krug. 943.086 KRU
A revelatory, visually stunning graphic memoir by award-winning artist Nora Krug, telling the story of her attempt to confront the hidden truths of her family's wartime past in Nazi Germany and to comprehend the forces that have shaped her life, her generation, and history.
Helen Oxenbury: a life in illustration, words by Leonard S. Marcus. 741.64 OXE
This is a fascinating, beautiful and definitive account of the life of esteemed artist Helen Oxenbury.
Henry III: the son of Magna Carta, Matthew Lewis. 942.034 HEN
Henry III became King of England within days of his ninth birthday. His father, King John, had overseen a disastrous period in English history and the boy king inherited a country embroiled in a bitter, entrenched war with itself.
Henry VIII: the king and his court, Alison Weir. 942.052 HEN
Henry VIII, renowned for his command of power and celebrated for his intellect, presided over one of the most magnificent-and dangerous-courts in Renaissance Europe.
He's got rhythm: the life and career of Gene Kelly, Cynthia Brideson & Sara Brideson. 791.43028 KEL
He sang and danced in the rain, proclaimed New York to be a wonderful town, and convinced a group of Parisian children that they had rhythm. One of the most influential and respected entertainers of Hollywood's golden age, Gene Kelly revolutionized film musicals with his innovative and timeless choreography.
Jerome Robbins: a life in dance, Wendy Lesser. 792.82 ROB
In this deft biography, Wendy Lesser presents Jerome Robbins's life through his major dances, providing a sympathetic, detailed portrait of her subject.
Johann Sebastian Bach: a very brief history, Andrew Gant. 780.92 BAC
The History (What do we know?) This brief historical introduction to Bach explores the social, political and religious factors that formed the original context of his life and work, and considers how those factors affected the way he was initially received.
Keats, Andrew Motion. 821.7 KEA
What Andrew Motion brings to bear on the subject is a deep understanding of how Keats fitted into the intellectual and political life of his time. Important friendships with such anti-establishment figures as William Hazlitt and Leigh Hunt are given their full due, and the closeness of his own spirit, as expressed in his poems, to the ferment all around is made clear.
King Edward VIII: an American life, Ted Powell. 941.084 WIN
Before he fell in love with Wallis Simpson, Edward VIII had fallen in love with America.
Lessons: my path to a meaningful life, Gisele Bündchen. 746.92 BUN
Gisele Bündchen's journey began in southern Brazil. But at the age of 14, fate suddenly intervened in the form of a modeling scout, who spotted her in São Paulo. Four years later, Gisele's appearance in Alexander McQueen's memorably rain-soaked London runway show in the spring 1998 launched her spectacular career as a fashion model.
Life as a novel: a biography of Maurice Shadbolt. Volume one, 1932-1973, Philip Temple. 823.914 SHA
Maurice Shadbolt believed that New Zealanders should tell their own stories, cherish their own myths and believe in their own big lies before they could stand upright in a post-colonial world.
Markievicz: a most outrageous rebel, Lindie Naughton. 941.59 MAR
Countess Constance Markievicz; one of the most remarkable women in Irish history, was a revolutionary, a socialist and a feminist, as well as an artist and writer.
Meghan: a Hollywood princess, Andrew Morton. 941.085 MEG
When Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were set up by a mutual friend on a blind date in July 2016, little did they know that the resulting whirlwind romance would lead to their engagement in November 2017 and marriage in May 2018.
Michael Carrick: between the lines: my autobiography, Michael Carrick. 796.334 CAR
Michael Collins: the man and the revolution, Anne Dolan and William Murphy. 941.50821 COL
Drawing on archives in Ireland, Britain and the United States, the authors question our assumptions about Collins. Was he the man of his age, or was he just luckier, more brazen, more written about and more photographed than the rest?
Moeen, Moeen Ali with Mihir Bose. 796.358 ALI
Moeen traces his journey from backyard cricket to the county game and his first-class debut, through to his international debut at the age of 27 and the golden summer of 2017, when he was anointed Player of the Series against South Africa with thousands of England fans chanting his name.
More than just a good life: the authorised biography of Richard Briers, James Hogg. 791.45028 BRI
The authorised biography of Richard Briers, best known for his role as Tom Good from BBC sitcom The Good Life.
My life in football: the autobiography, Kevin Keegan with Daniel Taylor. 796.334 KEE
Kevin Keegan's illustrious career in professional football has marked him out as one of the most charismatic, talented and decorated men in the history of the sport.
My squirrel days, Ellie Kemper. 791.45028 KEM
There comes a time in every sitcom actress's life when she is faced with the prospect of writing a book. When Ellie Kemper's number was up, she was ready.
My thoughts exactly, Lily Allen. 781.64 ALL
So, this is me. Lily Allen. I am a woman. I am a mother. I was a wife. I drink. I have taken drugs. I have loved and been let down. I am a success and a failure. I am a songwriter. I am a singer. I am all these things and more. This is my story.
My world, Peter Sagan with John Deering. 796.62 SAG
From 2015 to 2017, Peter Sagan achieved the seemingly impossible: he won three road race World Championships in a row, ensuring his entry into the history books as one of the greatest riders of all time.
Reagan: an American journey, Bob Spitz. 973.927 REA
Robert Graves: from Great War poet to Good-bye to all that (1895-1929), Jean Moorcroft Wilson. 821.91 GRA
In this deeply-researched new book, containing startling material never before brought to light, Dr Moorcroft Wilson traces not only Graves's compelling life, but also the development of his poetry during the First World War, his thinking about the conflict and his shifting attitude towards it.
Roger Daltrey: thanks a lot Mr Kibblewhite: my story, Roger Daltrey. 781.66 DAL
Roger Daltrey is the voice of a generation. That generation was the first to rebel, to step out of the shadows of the Second World War; to invent the concept of the teenager. This is the story from his birth at the height of the Blitz, through tempestuous school days to his expulsion, age 15.
Ronald Reagan: an intellectual biography, David T. Byrne. 973.927 REA
In this ambitious work, David Byrne analyzes the ideas that informed Ronald Reagan's political philosophy and policies. Byrne's intellectual biography establishes a rationale for the former president's motives.
Sam Hunt: off the road, Colin Hogg. 821.914 HUN
From the far side of the room, an intimate, off-the-road journey into the life of New Zealand's best-known poet, Sam Hunt.
Step by step: the life in my journeys, Simon Reeve. 791.45028 REE
For the first time Reeve will tell his life story with a book rich in anecdotes to entertain and inform readers about some of the most fascinating (and often dangerous) places in the world.
The Arab of the future. 3: a graphic memoir: a childhood in the Middle East (1985-1987), Riad Sattouf. 741.5 SAT
In this third volume, (1985-1987), Riad's mother, fed up with the grinding reality of daily life in the village, decides she cannot take it any longer. When she resolves to move back to France, young Riad sees his father torn between his wife's aspirations and the weight of family traditions.
The collector: the story of Sergei Shchukin and his lost masterpieces, Natalia Semenova. 708 SHC
Sergei Shchukin was a highly successful textiles merchant in the latter half of the nineteenth century, but he also had a great eye for beauty. He was one of the first to appreciate the qualities of the Impressionists and Post-Impressionists and to acquire works by Cézanne, Matisse, and Picasso.
The good citizen: the story of the remarkable Tom Ryan: All Black, artist, entrepreneur, sailor, adventurer, Denis Dwyer. 796.333 RYA
The six wives of Henry VIII, Alison Weir. 942.052 HEN
Thomas Cromwell: a life, Diarmaid MacCulloch. 942.052 CRO
Unspoken: Gary Speed: the family's untold story, John Richardson with Louise Speed. 796.334 SPE
Gary Speed's tragic death on November 27 2011 rocked the football world. Aged just 42, he was found hanged in the garage of his home. Now as he would have approached his 50th, family and friends speak honestly about the man they knew and loved.
Welcome home: a memoir with selected photographs and letters, Lucia Berlin. 813.6 BER
Before Lucia Berlin died, she was working on a book of previously unpublished autobiographical sketches called Welcome Home. The work consisted of more than twenty chapters that started in 1936 in Alaska and ended (prematurely) in 1966 in southern Mexico.

Books about books

Book girl: a journey through the treasures and transforming power of a reading life, Sarah Clarkson. 248.4 CLA
When you hear a riveting story, does it thrill your heart and stir your soul? Clarkson discovered reading early on as a daily gift, a way of encountering the world in all its wonder.
Books that saved my life: reading for wisdom, solace and pleasure, Michael McGirr. 028.9 MCG
Reading through the night, Jane Tomkins. 028.9 TOM
Jane Tompkins, a renowned literature professor and award-winning author, thought she knew what reading was until, struck by a debilitating illness, she finds herself reading day and night because it is all she can do.
Well-read black girl: finding our stories, discovering ourselves: an anthology, Glory Edim. 810 WEL

Business & Management

Better: wellbeing and human-friendly business, John Grant. 658.314 GRA
Create space: how to manage time and find focus, productivity and success, Derek Draper. 650.11 DRA
Dare to lead: brave work, tough conversations, whole hearts, Brene Brown. 658.409 BRO
Data driven: harnessing data and AI to reinvent customer engagement, Tom Chavez, Chris O'Hara, and Vivek Vaidya. 658.812 CHA
Fly!: life lessons from the cockpit of QF32, Richard de Crespigny. 658.405 DE
In Fly!, Richard de Crespigny shares the insights and techniques he built up over decades in the high-pressure world of military and civilian aviation.
Humanise: why human-centered leadership is the key to the 21st century, Anthony Howard. 658.409 HOW
Make time: how to focus on what matters every day, Jake Knapp and John Zeratsky. 650.11 KNA
Making & marketing a successful art & craft business, Fiona Pullen. 658.022 PUL
Managing employee performance and reward: concepts, practices, strategies, John Shields. 658.3125 SHI
Quick quizzes for project managers, Barbee Davis. 658.404 DAV
The thought leader's practice, Matt Church, Peter Cook, Scott Stein. 650.1 CHU
This book shows you how to take what you know and develop it into an advice-based professional consulting practice.


Marvelocity: the Marvel Comics art of Alex Ross, Alex Ross. 741.5 ROS
Alex Ross now brings the heroes of the Marvel Universe into dynamic life as never before. Marvelocity includes more than 50 never-been-published sketches, working models, and other preparatory art, and a 14-panel portfolio gallery of Marvel's most beloved characters.
The complete Peanuts, 1969 to 1970, Charles M. Schulz. 741.5 SCH
The complete Peanuts, 1983 to 1984, Charles M. Schulz. 741.5 SCH
The complete Peanuts, 1985 to 1986, Charles M. Schulz. 741.5 SCH

Computing & Digital

How the Internet happened: from Netscape to the iPhone, Brian McCullough. 004.67 MCC
Learning Linux shell scripting: leverage the power of shell scripts to solve real-world problems, Ganesh Naik. 005.43 NAI
Online security for the older generation, Jim Gatenby. 005.8 GAT

Crafts, Hobbies & Collecting

12 months of crochet with Redagape: your creative planner for year-round crocheting, Mandy O'Sullivan. 746.434 OSU
200 embroidered flowers: hand embroidery stitches and projects for flowers, leaves and foliage, Kristen Gula. 746.44 GUL
52 boxes in 52 weeks: improve your design skills one box at a time, Matt Kenney. 745.51 KEN
Amy Butler's style stitches: 12 easy ways to 26 wonderful bags!. 646.48 BUT
Baby & kids crochet style: 30 patterns for stunning heirloom keepsakes, adorable nursery decor and boutique-quality accessories, Jennifer Dougherty; photography by April Patterson. 746.434 DOU
Big Wool archive collection: 8 designs by the Rowan design team using Big Wool. 746.432 BIG
Crepe paper flowers: the beginner's guide to making & arranging beautiful blooms, Lia Griffith. 745.594 GRI
Cutest crochet creations: 16 cute toys to crochet, Alison North. 746.434 NOR
Doll dress boutique: sew 40+ projects for 18" dolls: a dress for every occasion, Erin Hentzel. 745.5922 HEN
Dude crafts: the man's guide to practical projects, backyard ballistics, and glorious gags, Mike Warren. 745.5 WAR
Embroidered treasures: birds: exquisite needlework of the Embroiderers' Guild Collection, Annette Collinge. 746.44 COL
Freestyle embroidered mandalas: more than 60 stitches and techniques in inspiring combinations, Hazel Blomkamp. 746.44 BLO
Hand weaving: the basics, Lynn Gray Ross. 746.14 ROS
Head-to-toe winter knits: 100 quick and easy accessories to knit, Monica Russel. 746.432 RUS
Just stitch, Lesley Turpin-Delport; Nikki Delport-Wepener. 746.44 TUR
The book is filled with novel concepts in mixed-media embroidery and offers many interpretations and techniques, with striking examples of textured finishes.
K (Knit), Helga Isager. 746.432 ISA
In this latest collection, Helga Isager has designed knitwear that is the perfect balance between fashionable and wearable, but most importantly within the reach of new knitters.
Knitting ganseys: techniques and patterns for traditional sweaters, Beth Brown-Reinsel. 746.432 BRO
Modelling scale aircraft, Brett Green. 629.1331 GRE
New wave clay: ceramic design, art and architecture, Tom Morris. 738 MOR
Overshot simply: understanding the weave structure: 38 projects to practice your skills, Susan Kesler-Simpson. 746.14 KES
Paper bead jewelry: step-by-step instructions for 40+ designs, Keiko Sakamoto. 745.58 SAK
Paper craft home: 25 beautiful projects to cut, fold, and shape, Sarah Louise Matthews. 745.54 MAT
Sew perfect pets: 18 adorable fabric animals to make for your home, Helen Rhiannon. 745.5924 RHI
Smøyg: pattern darning from Norway, Yvette Stanton. 746.44 STA
Soutache, Donatella Ciotti. 745.594 CIO
Discover Soutache, the art of creating modern and unique jewelry from looped braids.
Stitched memories: telling a story through cloth and thread, Tilly Rose. 746.44 ROS
Stripy blankets to crochet: 20 gorgeous designs with easy repeat patterns, Haafner Linssen. 746.434 LIN
Tapestry weaving: design and technique, Joanne Soroka. 746.3 SOR
The art of Moy Mackay: an inspirational guide to painting with felted fibres & stitch, Moy Mackay. 746.0463 MCK
The embroidery stitch bible, Betty Barnden. 746.44 BAR
The golden thread: how fabric changed history, Kassia St Clair. 677 ST
Tiny stitches: buttons, badges, patches and pins to embroider, Irem Yazici. 746.44 YAZ
Visual guide to art quilting: explore innovative processes, techniques & styles, compiled by Lindsay Conner. 746.46 VIS
Weaving on a little loom: techniques, patterns, and projects for beginners, Fiona Daly. 746.14 DAL
Wild mittens & unruly socks, Lumi Karmitsa. 746.432 KAR
Willow: a guide to growing and harvesting, plus 20 beautiful woven projects, Jenny Crisp. 746.41 CRI
Zakka home: 19 modern & stylish projects for your home, Sedef Imer. 746.4 IME
Zakka is a Japanese design aesthetic that combines usefulness with beauty and style.

Crime & Espionage

A deal with the devil: the dark and twisted true story of one of the biggest cons in history, Blake Ellis and Melanie Hicken. 364.163 ELL
In this spellbinding true story, a pair of award-winning CNN investigative journalists track down the mysterious French psychic at the center of an international scam targeting the elderly and emotionally vulnerable, resulting in an expose of one of the longest running cons in history.
A prison diary. Volume two, Wayland: Purgatory, FF 8282 [i.e. Jeffrey Archer]. 365.44 ARC
American prison: a reporter's undercover journey into the business of punishment, Shane Bauer. 365.973 BAU
A ground-breaking and brave inside reckoning with the nexus of prison and profit in America: in one Louisiana prison and over the course of our country's history.
Bad girls: a history of rebels and renegades, Caitlin Davies. 365.6 DAV
Billion dollar whale: the man who fooled Wall Street, Hollywood, and the world, Tom Wright & Bradley Hope. 364.16 WRI
An epic true-tale of hubris and greed from two Pulitzer-finalist Wall Street Journal reporters, Billion dollar whale reveals how a young social climber pulled off one of the biggest financial heists in history.
Manuel: Scotland's first serial killer, A.M. Nicol. 364.1523 MAN
Moneyland: why thieves & crooks now rule the world & how to take it back, Oliver Bullough. 364.168 BUL
Murder by the prosecution, Andrew L. Urban. 364.1523 URB
Exposing the grave mistakes in Australia's not-so-trustworthy criminal justice system, film critic turned activist journalist Andrew L. Urban delves into the field of wrongful convictions.
Pawns in the game, William Guy Carr. 001.9 CAR
Shows how the conspiracy of atheistic-materialistic men have manipulated world events to secure ultimate control of the wealth, natural resources and man-power of the entire world.
Sons of Cain: a history of serial killers from the stone age to the present, Peter Vronsky. 364.1523 VRO

Customs & Etiquette

A Tudor Christmas, Alison Weir and Siobhan Clarke. 394.266 WEI
Global dexterity: how to adapt your behavior across cultures without losing yourself in the process, Andy Molinsky. 395.5 MOL


Making it: manufacturing techniques for product design, Chris Lefteri. 670 LEF
Milk cans: a celebration of their history, use and design, Ian Spellerberg. 637.1 SPE
The milk can was once ubiquitous and little regarded but of considerable importance and utility. Local author Ian Spellerberg has written the first ever history of the milk can and it's social impact.


Creating things that matter: the art & science of innovations that last, David Edwards. 600 EDW
Art and science are famous opposites. Contemporary innovation mostly keeps them far apart. But in this book, David Edwards; world-renowned inventor; Harvard professor of the practice of idea translation; creator of breathable insulin, edible food packaging, and digital scents, reveals that the secret to creating very new things of lasting benefit, including innovations we will need to sustain human life on the planet, lies in perceiving art and science as one.
The maker's field guide, created, written, designed and edited by Christopher Armstrong. 621.9 ARM
The first and only resource of its kind to to combine almost every single technique on making & building prototypes


Climate: a new story, Charles Eisenstein. 363.7 EIS
Flipping the script on climate change, Eisenstein makes a case for a wholesale reimagining of the framing, tactics, and goals we employ in our journey to heal from ecological destruction
Climate justice: hope, resilience, and the fight for a sustainable future, Mary Robinson. 363.7 ROB
Indigenous Pacific approaches to climate change: Aotearoa/New Zealand, Lyn Carter. 363.7387 CAR
The clean energy age: a guide to beating climate change, BF Nagy. 333.79 NAG
The invading sea: coastal hazards and climate change in Aotearoa New Zealand, Neville Peat. 333.917 PEA
This is the way the world ends: how droughts and die-offs, heat waves and hurricanes are converging on America, Jeff Nesbit. 363.7 NES
Water: quality and ownership, W.F. Benfield. 333.91 BEN
In a world where clean water is becoming a scarce resource, we must protect ours for a nation's future wellbeing. That is why urgent steps must be taken to address the issue of pollution of water by agricultural contamination and urban waste.

Fashion & Beauty

Avedon fashion, 1944-2000, Carol Squiers. 779 AVE
Collects black-and-white photographs taken from 1944 through 2000 by fashion photographer Richard Avedon.
Great hair days & how to have them, Luke Hersheson. 646.724 HER
In intimate detail: how to choose, wear and love lingerie, Cora Harrington ;. 391.42 HAR
Leopard: fashion's most powerful print, Hilary Alexander. 677 ALE
Modestly, Dina Torkia. 646.7 TOR
Guys, get ready. YouTuber and social media sensation Dina Torkia is giving you a never-seen-before look into her world. From advice on fashion, beauty and style, to frank opinions on family, career and faith.
Professional hairdressing & barbering: Australia & New Zealand, Martin Green; Leo Palladino; Karen Roemuss. 646.724 GRE
Skin food: natural skin & hair care treatments, Sophie Thompson. 646.72 THO
The fashion chronicles: the style stories of history's best dressed, Amber Butchart. 391 BUT

Film, Television & Theatre

Bing Crosby: swinging on a star: the war years, 1940-1946, Gary Giddins. 791.092 CRO
Over a decade in the making and drawing on hundreds of interviews and unprecedented access to numerous archives, Giddins brings Bing Crosby, his work, and his world to vivid life, firmly reclaiming Crosby's central role in American cultural history.
Christmas in the movies: 30 classics to celebrate the season, Jeremy Arnold. 791.43634 ARN
Kathleen Turner on acting: conversations on film, television, and theater, Kathleen Turner. 791.43028 TUR
Made in Scotland: my grand adventures in a wee country, Billy Connolly with Ian Gittins. 792.7 CON
'By all means punch me in the nose but prepare yourself for a kick in the arse. 'I did'nae come from nothing, I come from Scotland. And this book is about why I will always be happy and proud that I do.'
Maeve in America: essays by a girl from somewhere else, Maeve Higgins. 792.7 HIG
At thirty-one Higgins left Ireland in search of something more. Here she tell the story of how she found herself, literally and figuratively, in New York City.
She wants it: desire, power, and toppling the patriarchy, Jill Soloway. 791.45023 SOL
When Jill Soloway's father, whom they had always understood to be male, came out as transgender, everything shifted. For one, the moment became the inspiration to push through the male-dominated landscape of Hollywood and create the award-winning TV series Transparent.
Soupy twists: the full official story of the sophisticated silliness of Stephen Fry & Hugh Laurie, Jem Roberts. 791.092 FRY
Star trek: a cultural history, M. Keith Booker. 791.457 BOO

Finance & Economics

Bad blood: secrets and lies in a Silicon Valley startup, John Carreyrou. 338.768 CAR
The biggest corporate fraud since Enron is a cautionary tale set amid the bold promises and gold-rush frenzy of Silicon Valley.
Capitalism in America: a history, Alan Greenspan, Adrian Wooldridge. 330.973 GRE
Economics for the many, edited with an introduction by John McDonnell. 330 ECO
Together, the essays in this volume lay out a vision for a new economics, one that works for the many, not the few.
Mastering the market cycle: getting the odds on your side, Howard Marks. 332.6 MAR
Money: 5,000 years of debt and power, Michel Aglietta. 332.4 AGL
The conceptual foundations of investing: a short book of need-to-know essentials, Bradford Cornell, Andrew Cornell, Shaun Cornell. 332.6 COR
The vanishing middle class: prejudice and power in a dual economy, Peter Temin. 339.2 TEM


Arabian nights, translated by Sir Richard Burton. 398.22 ARA
Little creatures: the gates of Hell are opening, Steve Quayle. 398.21 QUA
In this book, author Stephen Quayle examines the legends and fairytales surrounding little creatures, and reveals how these tales provide clues, and secrets that can be assembled like a jigsaw puzzle to give an amazing picture of our past and a preview of our future.
The vampire: a new history, Nick Groom. 398.45 GRO
Workers' tales: socialist fairy tales, fables, and allegories from Great Britain, Michael Rosen. 398.2 WOR

Food & Drink

100 days of real food on a budget: simple tips and tasty recipes to help you cut out processed food without breaking the bank, Lisa Leake. 641.563 LEA
1001 wines you must try before you die, general editor, Neil Beckett. 641.22 ONE
Air fryer cookbook: 70 delicious recipes. 641.77 AIR
All about cake, Christina Tosi. 641.8653 TOS
Asma's Indian kitchen, Asma Khan. 641.5954 KHA
Baking artisan bread with natural starters, Mark Friend; photography by Thomas Gibson. 641.815 FRI
Baladi Palestine: a celebration of food from land and sea, Joudie Kalla. 641.595694 KAL
Bean Sprouts kitchen: simple and creative recipes to spark kids' appetites for healthy food, Shannon Payette Seip. 641.512 SEI
Bottom of the pot: Persian recipes and stories, Naz Deravian. 641.5955 DER
Busaba: Bangkok Thai cookbook: recipes, culture, stories. 641.59593 BUS
Catalan food: culture & flavors from the Mediterranean, Daniel Olivella. 641.5946 OLI
Chocolate every day: 85+ plant-based recipes for cacao treats that support your health and well-being, Bennett Coffey. 641.6374 COF
Coco cake land: cute and pretty party cakes to bake and decorate, Lyndsay Sung. 641.8653 SUN
Cook like a pro: recipes & tips for home cooks, Ina Garten. 641.5 GAR
Cordially invited: a seasonal guide to hosting any occasion and making memory out of every day, Zoe Sugg. 642.4 SUG
Cravings: hungry for more, Chrissy Teigen. 641.5 TEI
Delicious Dunedin: recipes and stories from ?tepoti, photography by Kelly Lindsay. 641.5 DEL
Destination flavour: people and places, Adam Liaw. 641.59 LIA
In Destination Flavour, food writer and presenter Adam Liaw curates the best recipes and stories from the acclaimed television series, along with dozens of brand new dishes encountered in his travels.
Doughnuts: 90 simple and delicious recipes to make at home, Lara Ferroni. 641.8653 FER
Everyday Dorie: the way I cook, Dorie Greenspan. 641.5 GRE
First we surf, then we eat: recipes from a lifetime of surf travel, Jim Kempton. 641.59 KEM
Francesca's Italian kitchen: delicious Italian recipes made in New Zealand, Francesca Voza and James Stapley. 641.5945 VOZ
Fruit: recipes that celebrate nature, Bernadette Wörndl. 641.64 WOR
Gino's Italian Adriatic escape: a taste of Italy from Veneto to Puglia, Gino D'Acampo. 641.5945 DAC
Gyoza: the ultimate dumpling cookbook, Paradise Yamamoto. 641.595 YAM
Instantly French!: classic French recipes for your electric pressure cooker, Ann Mah. 641.5944 MAH
Instantly sweet: 75 desserts and sweet treats from your Instant Pot or other electric pressure cooker, Barbara Schieving and Marci Buttars. 641.86 SCH
Jerusalem: a cookbook, Yotam Ottolenghi, Sami Tamimi. 641.5956 OTT
Korean home cooking: classic and modern recipes, Sohui Kim. 641.59519 KIM
La Boca Loca: Mexican cooking for New Zealanders, Lucas Putnam. 641.5972 PUT
Life-changing food, Jo Whitton. 641.563 WHI
Meals in minutes: 90 suppers from scratch, 15 minutes prep, Donal Skehan. 641.555 SKE
Modern baking: cakes, cookies and everything in between, Donna Hay. 641.865 HAY
My Indian kitchen: delicious recipes for New Zealand cooks, Ashia Ismail-Singer. 641.5954 ISM
My modern Caribbean kitchen: 70 fresh takes on island favorites, Julius "The Chef" Jackson. 641.59729 JAC
One pot recipes: meals for your slow cooker, pressure cooker, Dutch oven, sheet pan, skillet, and more, Ellen Brown. 641.82 BRO
Orange blossom & honey: magical Moroccan recipes from the souks to the Sahara, John Gregory-Smith. 641.5964 GRE
Red Truck Bakery cookbook: gold-standard recipes from America's favorite rural bakery, Brian Noyes. 641.815 NOY
River Cottage baby and toddler cookbook, Nikki Duffy. 641.5622 DUF
Rose's baking basics: 100 essential recipes, with more than 600 step-by-step photos, Rose Levy Beranbaum. 641.815 BER
Run fast. Cook fast. Eat slow: quick-fix recipes for hangry athletes, Shalane Flanagan. 641.555 FLA
Seasons: the best of Donna Hay magazine, Donna Hay. 641.564 HAY
Sister Pie: the recipes & stories of a big-hearted bakery in Detroit, Lisa Ludwinski. 641.8652 LUD
Solo: a modern cookbook for a party of one, Anita Lo. 641.561 LO
Souk: feasting at the mezze table, Nadia Zerouali & Merijn Tol. 641.5956 ZER
Tasting Italy: a culinary journey, foreword by Jack Bishop; essays by Eugenia Bone and Julia Della Croce. 641.5945 TAS
The big book of keto diet for beginners 2018, written by Jamie Stewart. 641.5638 STE
The big book of paleo pressure cooking: 150 fast-to-fix, super-delicious recipes for all brands of electric pressure cookers, including the Instant Pot, Natalie Perry. 641.587 PER
The Catalan kitchen: from mountains to city and sea - recipes from Spain's culinary heart, Emma Warren. 641.5946 WAR
The comfort food mash-up cookbook: 80 delicious recipes for reimagining your favorite dishes, Dan Whalen. 641.5 WHA
The compassionate kitchen: a plant-based cookbook, Gemma Davis & Tracy Noelle. 641.56362 DAV
The CSIRO healthy gut diet, Tony Bird. 641.5631 BIR
The essential plant-based pantry: streamline your ingredients, simplify your meals, Maggie Green. 641.5636 GRE
The jewelled table: cooking, eating & entertaining the Middle Eastern way, Bethany Kehdy. 641.5956 KEH
The low-carb diabetes cookbook: 100 delicious recipes to help control type 1 & reverse type 2 diabetes, David Cavan & Emma Porter. 641.5631 CAV
The slow cooker baby food cookbook: 125 recipes for low-fuss, high-nutrition, and all-natural purees, cereals, and finger foods, Maggie Meade. 641.5622 MEA
The ultimate new mom's cookbook: a complete food and nutrition resource for expectant mothers, babies and toddlers, Aurora Satler with Allison Childress. 641.5622 SAT
The whole foods cookbook: 120 delicious & healthy plant-centered recipes, John Mackey. 641.5636 MCK
The Whole30 cookbook: 150 delicious and totally compliant recipes to help you succeed with the Whole30 and beyond, Melissa Hartwig. 641.563 HAR
The Whole30 slow cooker: 150 totally compliant prep-and-go recipes for your Whole30, Melissa Hartwig. 641.588 HAR
Thrive foods: 200 plant-based recipes for peak health, Brendan Brazier. 641.56362 BRA
Together: our community cookbook, The Hubb Community Kitchen. 641.59 TOG
Vegan Christmas: over 70 amazing recipes for the festive season and holidays, Gaz Oakley. 641.56362 OAK
Vegan comfort classics: 101 recipes to feed your face, Lauren Toyota. 641.56362 TOY
Vegetable cakes: the most fun way to five a day!, Ysanne Spevack. 641.8653 SPE
Vegetables all'Italiana, Anna Del Conte. 641.5945 DEL
Wine trails: Australia & New Zealand: plan 40 perfect weekends in wine country, Bob Campbell. 641.22 CAM

Gardens & Gardening

A history of kitchen gardening, Susan Campbell. 635 CAM
Can anything stop slugs?: a gardener's collection of pesky problems and surprising solutions, Guy Barter. 635 BAR
Flourish: New Zealand women and their extraordinary gardens, Juliet Nicholas and Barb Rogers. 635 ROG
Flower Colour Guide, Darroch and Michael Putnam. 582.13 PUT
Flowerpaedia: 1000 flowers and their meanings, Cheralyn Darcey. 582.13 DAR
Ghost trees: nature and people in a London parish, Bob Gilbert. 635.977 GIL
Ghost Trees tells the secrets and stories of the urban wildscape, of glorious nature resilient and resurgent on our very doorsteps.
How to raise a plant and make it love you back, Morgan Doane and Erin Harding. 635.965 DOA
Hypertufa containers: creating and planting an alpine trough garden, Lori Chips. 635.986 CHI
Miniature Japanese gardens: beautiful bonsai landscape gardens for your home, Kenji Kobayashi. 712.60952 KOB
Monsters under glass: a cultural history of hothouse flowers from 1850 to the present, Jane Desmarais. 635.98 DES
Root, nurture, grow: the essential guide to propagating and sharing houseplants, Caro Langton. 635.965 LAN
Terrain: ideas and inspiration for decorating the home and garden, Greg Lehmkuhl. 635 LEE
The history of landscape design in 100 gardens, Linda A. Chisholm. 712.2 CHI
The planthunter: truth, beauty, chaos and plants, Georgina Reid. 635 REI
The secrets of great botanists: and what they teach us about gardening, Matthew Biggs. 580 BIG
The tree, Richard Woldendorp. 582.16 WOL
Vertical vegetables: simple projects that deliver more yield in less space, Amy Andrychowicz. 635 AND


Animal moves: how to move like an animal to get you leaner, fitter, stronger and healthier for life, Darryl Edwards. 613.71 EDW
Baby maker: a complete guide to holistic nutrition for fertility, conception, and pregnancy, Barbara Rodgers. 618.178 ROD
Cancer as a wake-up call: an oncologist's integrative approach to what you can do to become whole again, M. Laura Nasi. 616.994 NAS
Changing habits, changing lives, Cyndi O'Meara. 613.2 OME
This book will give you the good habits you need to eat well and flourish when most modern day processed 'food' is determined to drag you down.
Cognitive behavioural therapy, Christine Wilding. 616.8914 WIL
Community health and wellness: principles of primary health care, Jill Clendon & Ailsa Munns with Anne McMurray. 362.12 CLE
Daoist meridian yoga: activating the twelve pathways for energy balance and healing, Camilo Sanchez. 613.7046 SAN
Diabetes: how to help: your complete guide to caring for a loved one with diabetes, Gary Scheiner and Diane Herbert. 616.462 SCH
Food rules: an eater's manual, Michael Pollan. 613.2 POL
How to end the autism epidemic, J.B. Handley. 618.9285 HAN
Insomnia, Marina Benjamin. 616.849 BEN
Magic medicine: a trip through the intoxicating history and modern-day use of psychedelic plants & substances, Cody Johnson. 615.788 JOH
Mayo Clinic guide to a healthy pregnancy, [medical editor, Myra J. Wick]. 618.24 MAY
OMD: change the world by changing one meal a day: the simple, plant-based program to save your health, save your waistline, and save the planet, Suzy Amis Cameron. 613.262 CAM
Pandemic 1918: the story of the deadliest influenza in history, Catharine Arnold. 614.518 ARN
Physical disobedience: an unruly guide to health & stamina for the modern feminist, Sarah Hays Coomer. 613.0424 HAY
Rx for hope: an integrative approach to cancer care, Nick Chen and David Tabatsky. 616.994 CHE
The bodymind ballwork method: a self-directed practice to help you move with ease, release tension, and relieve chronic pain, Ellen Saltonstall. 615.852 SAL
The borderline personality disorder wellness planner for families: 52 weeks of hope, inspiration, and mindful ideas for greater peace and happiness, Amanda L. Smith. 616.8585 SMI
The essential guide to crystals: all the crystals you will ever need for health, healing and happiness, Simon and Sue Lilly. 133.25 LIL
The fibro food formula: a real life approach to fibromyalgia relief, Ginevra Liptan. 616.74 LIP
The Guinea Pig Club: Archibald McIndoe and the RAF in World War II, Emily Mayhew. 617.95 MAY
The history of the Guinea Pig Club, the band of British, Polish, and Czech airmen who were seriously burned in aeroplane fires, is a truly inspiring, spine-tingling tale.
The HPV vaccine on trial: seeking justice for a generation betrayed, Mary Holland,. 616.91 HOL
The keystone approach: healing arthritis and psoriasis by restoring the microbiome, Rebecca Fett. 616.97 FET
The life of Leslie Averill MD: first into Le Quesnoy: battles, babies & boardrooms, Colin Averill & Geoffrey Rice. 618.1 AVE
Dr Leslie Averill was born in Christchurch, New Zealand, and became one of that city's most admired and respected public figures as chairman of the North Canterbury Hospital Board (1956-74).
The parent's guide to self-harm: what parents need to know, Jane Smith. 618.9285 SMI
The secrets of shiatsu, Cathy Meeus. 615.822 MEE
Three men on a diet: a very English approach to losing weight, George Courtauld. 613.2 COU
Toxic, Neil Nathan. 615.902 NAT
Millions of people are suffering from chronic illnesses that, unbeknownst to them, are the result of exposure to environmental toxins and infectious agents such as mold and Borrelia, which causes Lyme disease.
Unwell: what makes a disease a disease?, Mike McRae. 610.9 MCR
When calories & cardio don't cut it, Joanne Lee Cornish. 613.2 COR
When your teen has an eating disorder: practical strategies to help your teen recover from anorexia, bulimia & binge eating, Lauren Muhlheim. 618.9285 MUH
Will I still be me?: finding a continuing sense of self in the lived experience of dementia, Christine Bryden. 616.831 BRY
You: a natural history, William B. Irvine. 612 IRV
You can fix your brain: just 1 hour a week to the best memory, productivity, and sleep you've ever had, Tom O'Bryan. 612.82 OBR

History, Geography & Travel

Aotea, Great Barrier: land and people, text, Peter Malcouronne. 993.24 MOR
Augustus at war: the struggle for Pax Augusta, Lindsay Powell; foreword by Karl Garlinsky. 937.07 AUG
Bali raw: an exposé of the underbelly of Bali, Indonesia, Malcolm Scott. 959.86 SCO
Behind the throne: a domestic history of the royal household, Adrian Tinniswood. 929.72 TIN
Black Elk, Lakota visionary: the Oglala holy man and Sioux tradition, Harry Oldmeadow. 978 BLA
Black Elk (1863-1950), the Lakota holy man, is beloved by millions of readers around the world. The book Black Elk Speaks is the most widely-read Native American testimony of the last century and a key work in our understanding of American Indian traditions.
Bravo Kiwi: New Zealand soldiers, Afghanistan and the Battle of Baghak, Major Craig Wilson, Ret., NZGD. 958.1 WIL
California. 979.4 ROC
Catch-67: the left, the right, and the legacy of the Six-Day War, Micah Goodman; translated by Eylon Levy. 956.04 GOO
Since the Six-Day War, Israelis have been entrenched in a national debate over whether to keep the land they conquered or to return some, if not all, of the territories to Palestinians.
Consorts of the caliphs: women and the court of Baghdad, Ibn al-Sa'i; edited by Shawkat M. Toorawa. 909.09767 IBN
Consorts of the Caliphs is a seventh/thirteenth-century compilation of anecdotes about thirty-eight women who were, as the title suggests, consorts to those in power, most of them concubines of the early Abbasid caliphs and wives of latter-day caliphs and sultans.
Crossfire: the plot that killed Kennedy, Jim Marrs. 973.922 KEN
Crucible: thirteen months that forged our world, Jonathan Fenby. 909.824 FEN
One year shaped the world we know today. This is the page-turning story of the pivotal changes which were forged in the space of thirteen months of 1947-48
Domina: the women who made imperial Rome, Guy de la Bédoyère. 937.07 DE
Anyone who enjoys I, Claudius will be fascinated by this study of dynastic power and gender interplay in ancient Rome.
Erebus: the story of a ship, Michael Palin. 998 PAL
Even darkness sings: from Auschwitz to Hiroshima: finding hope in the saddest places on Earth, Thomas H. Cook. 910.4 COO
Gandhi: the years that changed the world: 1914-1948, Ramachandra Guha. 954.035 GAN
Garfield Todd: the end of the liberal dream in Rhodesia, Susan Woodhouse. 968.91 TOD
The story takes the reader from the early days of Rhodesia, across a broad and fascinating spectrum of political, economic and social developments that ends in 2002 with Garfield's death.
Hawaii: top sights, authentic experiences. 996.9 BAL
Hillary's Antarctica: adventure, exploration and establishing Scott Base, text, Nigel Watson; photography, Jane Ussher. 998.9 HIL
Histories of the unexpected: how everything has a history, Sam Willis & James Daybell. 902 WIL
Journeys of a lifetime: 500 of the world's greatest trips. 910.4 JOU
King Arthur: the making of the legend, Nicholas J. Higham. 942.01 ART
Nick Higham sets out to solve the puzzle, drawing on his original research and expertise to determine precisely when, and why, the legend began. Higham surveys all the major attempts to prove the origins of Arthur, weighing up and debunking hitherto claimed connections with classical Greece, Roman Dalmatia, Sarmatia, and the Caucasus.
Lords of the desert: Britain's struggle with America to dominate the Middle East, James Barr. 327.41 BAR
National Geographic the national parks: an illustrated history, Kim Heacox. 973 HEA
Nein!: standing up to Hitler, 1935-1944, Paddy Ashdown in collaboration with Sylvie Young. 943.086 ASH
North coast journey: the magic of Scotland's northern Highlands, Brigid Benson. 941.15 BEN
Obama: an oral history 2009-2017, Brian Abrams. 973.932 OBA
In this candid oral history of a presidential tenure, author Brian Abrams reveals the behind-the-scenes stories that illuminate the eight years of the Obama White House through more than one hundred exclusive interviews.
Ottoman odyssey: travels through a lost empire, Alev Scott. 956 SCO
Paris on the brink: the 1930s Paris of Jean Renoir, Salvador Dalí, Simone de Beauvoir, André Gide, Sylvia Beach, Léon Blum, and their friends, Mary McAuliffe. 944.36 MCA
Perkin: a story of deception, Ann Wroe. 942.051 PER
The story of Perkin Warbeck is one of the most compelling mysteries of English history. A young man suddenly emerged claiming to be Richard of York, the younger of the Princes in the Tower. As such, he tormented Henry VII for eight years. He tried three times to invade England and behaved like a prince. Officially, however, he was proclaimed to be Perkin Warbeck, the son of a Flemish boatman.
Rick Steves best of England: including Edinburgh. 942 STE
Road to disaster: a new history of America's descent into Vietnam, Brian VanDemark. 959.7043 VAN
Saving Bravo: the greatest rescue mission in Navy SEAL history, Stephan Talty. 959.7043 TAL
Scotland: her story: the nation's history by the women who lived it, Rosemary Goring. 941.1 SCO
Scotland Highlands & islands, Alan Murphy. 941.15 MUR
Shade: a tale of two presidents, Pete Souza. 973.932 OBA
Shade is a portrait in Presidential contrasts, telling the tale of the Obama and Trump administrations through a series of visual juxtapositions.
Sinjar: 14 days that saved the Yazidis from Islamic State, Susan Shand. 956.7044 SHA
This is the extraordinary tale of how a few American-Yazidis in Washington, DC, mobilized a small, forgotten office in the American government to intervene militarily in Iraq to avert a devastating humanitarian crisis. While Islamic State massacred many thousands of Yazidi men and sold thousands more Yazidi women into slavery, the U.S. intervention saved the lives of 50,000 Yazidis.
The antifa comic book: 100 years of fascism and antifa movements, Gord Hill; foreword by Mark Bray. 335.6 HIL
Gord Hill, author of The 500 Years of Resistance Comic Book, looks at the history of fascism over the last 100 years, and the concurrent antifa movements that have worked fastidiously to topple it.
The Black Prince and the capture of a king, Poitiers 1356, Morgen Witzel. 944.025 LIV
The bulldog track, Peter Phelps. 995.3 PHE
This is the story of Tom Phelps and the 'other Kokoda Track', a story that has never been told.
The colour of time: a new history of the world, 1850 to 1960, Dan Jones & Marina Amaral. 909.81 JON
This book is a collaboration between a gifted Brazilian artist and a leading British historian. Marina Amaral has created 200 stunning images, using contemporary photographs as the basis for her full-colour digital renditions.
The golden atlas: the greatest explorations, quests and discoveries on maps, Edward Brooke-Hitching. 912 BRO
The lion and the eagle: the interaction of the British and American empires 1783-1972, Kathleen Burk. 327.41 BUR
Throughout modern history, British and American rivalry has gone hand in hand with common interests. In this book Kathleen Burk brilliantly examines the different kinds of power the two empires have projected, and the means they have used to do it.
The most beautiful villages of Ireland, Christopher Fitz-Simon. 941.5 FIT
The quest for Queen Mary, James Pope-Hennessy. 941.083 MAR
Queen Mary, the widow of George V, and grandmother of the Queen, died at Marlborough House on 24 March 1953, a few months before the Coronation. She was eighty-five years old. Unusually for a Queen consort, an official biography was commissioned. The last similar exercise was the life of the Prince Consort, commissioned by Queen Victoria. The task was entrusted to James Pope-Hennessy. Pope-Hennessy embarked on his three year quest for Queen Mary in 1955.
The rough guide to Oman. 953.53 JAC
The rough guide to Trinidad & Tobago. 972.983 THO
The story of Greece and Rome, Tony Spawforth. 938 SPA
The story of the British Isles in 100 places, Neil Oliver. 941 OLI
The world's sexiest bedrooms. 910.46 JAP
Three stones make a wall: the story of archaeology, Eric H. Cline. 930.1 CLI
To Obama: with love, joy, hate and despair, Jeanne Marie Laskas. 973.932 OBA
Every day, President Obama received ten thousand letters from ordinary American citizens. Every night, he read ten of them before going to bed. In "To Obama", Jeanne Marie Laskas interviews President Obama, the letter-writers themselves and the White House staff.
Vodka & apple juice: travels of an undiplomatic wife in Poland, Jay Martin. 943.8 MAR
When Jay's husband lands a diplomatic job in Warsaw, she jumps at the opportunity to escape herpredictable life in Canberra for a three-year adventure in the heart of central Europe.
Walking in the Bavarian Alps: 70 mountain walks and treks in southern Germany, Grant Bourne and Sabine Körner-Bourne. 943.3 BOU
We few, Nick Brokhausen. 959.7043 BRO
This riveting memoir details the actions and experiences of a small group of Americans and their allies who were the backbone of ground reconnaissance in the Republic of Vietnam during the Vietnam War.
Welcome to country: a travel guide to Indigenous Australia, Marcia Langton. 994 LAN
Wellness escapes. 910.46 WEL
When the killer man comes: eliminating terrorists as a special operations sniper, Paul Martinez with George Galdorisi. 958.1 MAR

Hospitality & Tourism

Turn your spare space into serious cash: how to make money on Airbnb, HomeAway, FlipKey,, and more!, Mary Christensen. 647.94 CHR
Ultimate eatlist: the world's top 500 food experiences… ranked. 647.95 ULT

House & DIY

Home life around the world, Anita Martinez Beijer. 747 BEI
Hygge & West home: design for a cozy life, Christiana Coop. 747 COO
Insta-style for your living space: inventive ideas and quick fixes to create a stylish home, Joanna Thornhill. 747 THO
Love colour: choosing colours to live with, Anna Starmer. 747 STA
Made of wood: in the home, Mark & Sally Bailey. 728.37 BAI
The curated home: a fresh take on tradition, Grant K. Gibson. 747 GIB


Emergency questions: 1001 conversation savers for every occasion, Richard Herring. 827.92 HER
Stuck at a boring family party, on an awkward date, in a below-par job interview, or any number of other situations in which conversation has become more of a trickle than a flow. Well, fear the excruciation no more, as Richard Herring's Emergency questions is about to change your life.


Human relations and other difficulties, Mary-Kay Wilmers. 824.914 WIL
Mary-Kay Wilmers has been a giant of the English literary world for decades. She was integral in the founding of LRB in 1979 during the year-long lock-out at The Times and has served as its editor in chief since 1992.
Lasting Impressions: the story of New Zealand's newspapers, 1840-1920, Ian F. Grant. 079.93 GRA

Library Science

Club programs for teens: 100 activities for the entire year, Amy J. Alessio and Heather Booth. 027.62 ALE
The library book, Susan Orlean. 027.473 ORL
In The Library Book, Orlean chronicles the LAPL fire and its aftermath to showcase the larger, crucial role that libraries play in our lives.
The tween scene: a year of programs for 10- to 14-year-olds, Tiffany Balducci and Brianne Wilkins-Bester. 027.62 BAL


A handbook of disappointed fate, Anne Boyer. 814.6 BOY
A Handbook of Disappointed Fate highlights a decade of Anne Boyer's interrogative writing on poetry, death, love, lambs, time, Kansas City, and other impossible questions.
All: a James Broughton reader, Jack Foley. 818.54 BRO
In a life that stretched from 1913 to 1999 James Broughton witnessed and commented on the twentieth century from the point of view of an outsider.
Art matters, Neil Gaiman; illustrated by Chris Riddell. 808.02 GAI
Drawn together from speeches, poems and creative manifestos, Art Matters explores how reading, imagining and creating can change the world, and will be inspirational to young and old.
Bedtime stories for stressed out adults: tales to soothe tired souls, introduction by Lucy Mangan. 808.8 BED
Creative journal writing: the art and heart of reflection, Stephanie Dowrick. 808.066 DOW
Dear Mr Murray: letters to a gentleman publisher, selected and introduced by David McClay. 070.5 MCC
The publishing house of John Murray was founded in Fleet Street in 1768 and remained a family firm over seven generations. Published to coincide with this 'remarkable achievement' and in the anniversary year, Dear Mr Murray is a collection of some of the best letters from the hundreds of thousands held in the John Murray Archive.
Ernest Hemingway: artifacts from a life, Hemingway collection at the John F. Kennedy Library. 813.52 HEM
Beautifully designed, intimate and illuminating, this is the story of American icon Ernest Hemingway's life through the documents, photographs, and miscellany he kept.
First you write a sentence: the elements of reading, writing… and life, Joe Moran. 808.02 MOR
Advanced maths has no practical use, and is understood by few. A symphony can be widely appreciated, but created only by a genius. Good writing, however, can be written (and read) by anyone if we give it the gift of our time.
I wrote this book because I love you: essays, Tim Kreider. 814.6 KRE
A writer for The New York Times and creator of a popular comic strip explores his relationships with women in a collection of essays that ruminate on his troubles finding lasting love, his commitment issues and his valued female friendships.
In mid-air, Adam Gopnik. 814.6 GOP
In Mid-Air is a collection of short essays by the acclaimed writer and speaker, Adam Gopnik.
J.M. Coetzee, Ceridwen Dovey. 823.914 COE
For Ceridwen Dovey, J.M. Coetzee 'has always been there, an unseen but strongly felt presence in our small family drama'. As a child, she observed with fascination her mother's immersion in Coetzee's writing as she worked on what would become the first critical study of his early novels.
John Marsden, Alice Pung. 823.914 MAR
In this fascinating book, Alice Pung writes about one of her deep influences the much loved and hugely successful John Marsden. Alice writes: I keep coming back to John Marsden. What makes him so fascinating to me is that as a young adult writer, he comes at it with a whole philosophy of what it means to be a teenager.
Literary landscapes: charting the real-life settings of the world's favourite fiction, general editor, John Sutherland. 809.933 LIT
Mystery of Edwin Drood: Charles Dickens' unfinished novel and our endless attempts to end it, Pete Orford. 823.8 DIC
Nepantla: an anthology for queer poets of color, Christopher Soto. 811.008 QUE
In 2014, Christopher Soto and Lambda Literary Foundation founded the online journal Nepantla, with the mission to nurture, celebrate, and preserve diversity within the queer poetry community, including contributions as diverse in style and form, as the experiences of QPOC in the United States.
On writing: a memoir of the craft, Stephen King. 808.02 KIN
Part memoir, part master class by one of the bestselling authors of all time, this superb volume is a revealing and practical view of the writer's craft, comprising the basic tools of the trade every writer must have.
Patrick White, Christos Tsiolkas. 823.912 WHI
This is an introduction to the Nobel Prize-winning writer's work that identifies its distinctly Australian point of view and accounts passionately for what White's novels mean to readers now.
Speeches of note: a celebration of the old, new and unspoken, compiled by Shaun Usher. 808.85 SPE
Discover speeches that altered the course of history.
The basics of essay writing, Nigel Warburton. 808.4 WAR
The cost of living, Deborah Levy. 828.914 LEV
Following the acclaimed Things I Don't Want to Know, Deborah Levy returns to the subject of her life in letters.
The dark interval: letters for the grieving heart, Rainer Maria Rilke; [translated and edited by Ulrich Baer]. 831.912 RIL
In these direct, personal and practical letters, Rilke writes about loss and mortality, assuming the role of a sensitive, serious and uplifting guide through life's difficulties.
The dark powers of Tolkien, David Day. 823.912 TOL
The vast fictional universe of J. R. R. Tolkien contains many dark terrors to challenge the forces of good. This compendium of villains includes battle timelines, genealogy charts for creature races, striking illustrations, and commentary.
The David Foster Wallace reader, David Foster Wallace. 818.54 WAL
From genre-defining reportage to genre-breaking fiction, David Foster Wallace captured the human experience as no-one else has, in all its multiplicity, sorrow and tenderness, wit and irony and deep, dazzling truth.
The final voicemails, Max Ritvo; edited by Louise Glück. 811.6 RIT
Diagnosed with terminal cancer at sixteen, Ritvo spent the next decade of his life writing with frenetic energy, culminating in the publication of Four Reincarnations. As with his debut, The Final Voicemails brushes up against the pain, fear, and isolation that accompany a long illness.
The flame, Leonard Cohen. 811.54 COH
A collection of lyrics, poems, notebook sketches, and self-portraits maps Cohen's singular creative journey through the weeks just prior to his death.
The making of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, Daisy Hay. 823.7 SHE
In the two hundred years since its first publication, the story of Frankenstein's creation during stormy days and nights at Byron's Villa Diodati on Lake Geneva has become literary legend. In this compelling and innovative book, Daisy Hay stitches together the objects and manuscripts of the novel's turbulent genesis in order to bring its story back to life.
The mathematics of the breath and the way, Charles Bukowski. 814.54 BUK
In The Mathematics of the Breath and the Way, Charles Bukowski considers the art of writing, and the art of living as writer.
The origins of dislike, Amit Chaudhuri. 824.92 CHA
Amit Chaudhuri explores the way in which writers understand and promote their own work in antithesis to writers and movements that have gone before.
The world of all souls: the complete guide to A Discovery of witches, Shadow of night, and the Book of life, Deborah Harkness, Claire Baldwin, Lisa Halttunen, Jill Hough; illustrated by Colleen Madden. 813.6 HAR
A fully illustrated guide to Deborah Harkness's All Souls trilogy.
The writers, Zing Tsjeng. 809.89287 TSJ
Forgotten Women is a new series of books that uncover the lost her stories of influential women who have refused over hundreds of years to accept the hand they've been dealt and, as a result, have formed, shaped and changed the course of our futures.
Up in the old hotel and other stories, Joseph Mitchell. 818.54 MIT
Saloon-keepers and street preachers, gypsies and steel-walking Mohawks, a bearded lady and a 93-year-old "seafoodetarian" who believes his specialized diet will keep him alive for another two decades. These are among the people that Joseph Mitchell immortalized in his reportage for The New Yorker and in four books.
Welcome to the writer's life: how to design your writing craft, writing business, writing practice, and reading practice, Paulette Perhach. 808.02 PER

Music & Musicians

Future sounds: the story of electronic music from Stockhausen to Skrillex, David Stubbs. 786.7 STU
Harlem 69: the future of soul, Stuart Cosgrove. 781.644 COS
Heavy duty: days and nights in Judas Priest, K.K. Downing with Mark Eglinton. 781.66 DOW
Mad scenes and exit arias: the death of the New York City Opera and the future of opera in America, Heidi Waleson. 782.1 WAL
Monk!: Thelonious, Pannonica, and the friendship behind a musical revolution, Youssef Daoudi. 781.65 MON
She is Kathleen Annie Pannonica de Koenigswarter, a free-spirited baroness of the Rothschild family. He is Thelonious Sphere Monk, a musical genius fighting against the whims of his troubled mind. Their enduring friendship begins in 1954 and ends only with Monk's death in 1982.
Outside the jukebox: how I turned my vintage music obsession into my dream gig, Scott Bradlee. 780.92 BRA
Postmodern Jukebox; the rotating supergroup devoted to period covers of pop songs, which Bradlee created in a basement apartment in Queens, New York, is a bona fide global sensation, having collected more than three million subscribers on YouTube while selling out major venues around the world and developing previously unknown talent into superstar singers.
The silent musician: why conducting matters, Mark Wigglesworth. 781.45 WIG
The story of now that's what I call music in 100 artists, Michael Mulligan. 781.64 MUL


7 secrets of the newborn, Robert C. Hamilton. 305.232 HAM
Robert C. Hamilton, M.D., has spent more than three decades caring for newborns. In his practice, Dr. Bob has seen it all; what works, what doesn't. How can you get your baby to nurse, sleep, and maybe even cease crying?
Family wisdom from the monk who sold his Ferrari, Robin Sharma. 649.1 SHA
An absorbing, insightful story from Robin Sharma, bestselling author and internationally-renowned life coach, which unfolds the secrets to living a loving, successful and fulfilled life.
Fathers and daughters: helping girls and their dads build unbreakable bonds, Madonna King. 306.8742 KIN
Parenting through puberty: mood swings, acne, and growing pains, Suanne Kowal-Connelly. 613.0433 KOW

Personal Development

Ask me his name: a mother's story of hope: learning to live and laugh again after the loss of my baby, Elle Wright. 155.937 WRI
Atomic habits: an easy and proven way to build good habits and break bad ones: tiny changes, remarkable results, James Clear. 152.33 CLE
Aware: the science and practice of presence, a complete guide to the groundbreaking Wheel of Awareness meditation practice, Daniel J. Siegel. 158.12 SIE
An in-depth look at the science that underlies meditation's effectiveness.
Be happy: release the power of happiness in you, Robert Holden. 158 HOL
Chicken soup for the soul: think, act & be happy: how to use Chicken Soup for the Soul stories to train your brain to be your own therapist, Amy Newmark, Mike Dow. 158.1 NEW
Lead us to a place: your spiritual journey through life's seasons, Andrew Pacholyk. 158 PAC
My morning routine: how successful people start every day inspired, Benjamin Spall. 646.7 SPA
Personality hacker: harness the power of your personality type to transform your work, relationships, and life, Joel Mark Witt and Antonia Dodge. 155.28 WIT
Resilience at work: practical tools for career success, Kathryn Jackson. 155.24 JAC
Superfast: lead at speed, Sophie Devonshire. 303.34 DEV
Change your thinking, fast; Superfast shows how to lead innovatively, decisively and impactfully in a fast moving, opportunity-rich world.
The boy crisis: why our boys are struggling and what we can do about it, Warren Farrell and John Gray. 155.43 FAR
The Bullet Journal method: track the past, order the present, design the future, Ryder Carroll. 640.43 CAR
The Bullet Journal Method is about much more than organizing your notes and to- do lists. It's about what Carroll calls "intentional living": weeding out distractions and focusing your time and energy in pursuit of what's truly meaningful, in both your work and your personal life.
The pressure principle: handle stress, harness energy, and perform when it counts, Dave Alred. 155.9042 ALR
The subtle art of not giving a fck: a counterintuitive approach to living a good life, Mark Manson. 158.1 MAN
Everything we've been told about how to improve our lives is wrong. Now superstar blogger Mark Manson tells us what we need to do to get it right.
What a time to be alone, Chidera Eggerue. 158.1 EGG
The Slumflower will be your life guru, confidante and best friend. She'll show you that being alone is not just okay: it's just about the best freaking thing that's ever happened to you.
What's your type?: the strange history of Myers-Briggs and the birth of personality testing, Merve Emre. 155.26 EMR

Pets & Animals

Ajax, the kea dog: a working dog's life in the high country, Corey Mosen. 636.7 MOS
Birdstories: a history of the birds of New Zealand, Geoff Norman. 598.0993 NOR
BKLN manners: positive training solutions for your unruly urban dog, Kate Naito. 636.7083 NAI
Give the dog a bone, Darcey & Nicola Millbank. 636.7085 MIL
Make delicious treats for your canine companion to enjoy.
Hidden nature: uncovering the UK's wildlife, Isla Hodgson. 508.41 HOD
Lucky dog lessons: train your dog in 7 days, Brandon McMillan. 636.70887 MCM
New Zealand birds in pictures, Kimball Chen. 598.0993 CHE
On sheep: diary of a Swedish shepherd, Axel Lindén. 636.3 LIN
Path of the puma: the remarkable resilience of the mountain lion, Jim Williams. 599.75 WIL
Sloths!: a celebration of the world's most maligned mammal, William Hartson. 599.3 HAR
Tales from a Bondi vet, Chris Brown. 636.089 BRO
The Clydesdale: workhorse of the world, Mary Bromilow. 636.15 BRO
The lynx and us. 599.75 HET
The ravenmaster: my life with the ravens at the Tower of London, Christopher Skaife. 598.86 SKA
For centuries, the Tower of London has been home to a group of famous avian residents: the ravens. Each year they are seen by millions of visitors, and they have become as integral a part of the Tower as its ancient stones themselves. But their role is even more important than that: legend has it that if the ravens should ever leave, the Tower will crumble into dust, and great harm will befall the kingdom.
The secret life of the mountain hare, Andy Howard; foreword, Iolo Williams. 599.32 HOW
The unexpected genius of pigs, Matt Whyman. 636.4 WHY
Underwater Eden: the marine life of Seychelles, Christophe Mason-Parker & Joe Daniels. 591.77 MAS

Philosophy & Psychology

How the world thinks: a global history of philosophy, Julian Baggini. 100 BAG
Philosophy: the basics, Nigel Warburton. 100 WAR


Author: the portraits of Beowulf Sheehan. 778.92 SHE
A beautiful and moving collection of photographs by Beowulf Sheehan, whose work captures the essence of 200 of our most prominent writers, historians, journalists, playwrights, and poets.
Contact Warhol: photography without end, Peggy Phelan. 709.73 WAR
From 1976 until his death in 1987, Andy Warhol was never without his camera. He snapped photos at discos, dinner parties, flea markets, and wrestling matches. Friends, boyfriends, business associates, socialites, celebrities, passers by: all captured Warhol's attention, at least for the moment he looked through the lens.
Dorothea Lange: politics of seeing, Alona Pardo. 779 LAN
Dorothea Lange's photograph, Migrant Mother, is one of the most indelible and recognizable images of the Dust Bowl era.
Flowers for Lisa: a delirium of photographic invention, Abelardo Morell. 779 MOR
Best known for his surreal camera obscura pictures and luminous black-and-white photographs of books, photographer Abelardo Morell now turns his transformative lens to one of the most common of artistic subjects, the flower.
Karl Blossfeldt: 1865-1932, the complete published work, Hans Christian Adam. 779 BLO
German photography pioneer Karl Blossfeldt (1865-1932) photographed plants so beautifully, and with such originality, that his work transcends the medium itself.
Spectacle: rare and astonishing photographs, foreword by Mark Thiessen. 779 NAT
An exquisite photo collection showcasing awe-inducing moments from around the world, including the aurora borealis, cities made of neon lights, a great wildebeest migration, a contortionist on display and more.
The complete guide to VR & 360 degree photography, Jonathan Tustain. 777 TUS
The landscape, Don McCullin. 779 MCC
After a career spanning sixty years, Sir Don McCullin, once a witness to conflict across the globe, has become one of the great landscape photographers of our time.


Cymbeline, William Shakespeare. 822.33 SHA


A gathering: a personal anthology of Scottish poems, Alexander McCall Smith. 821.008 GAT
An open book, David Malouf. 821.914 MAL
An Open Book celebrates the power of poetry and reaffirms David Malouf as one of Australia's most celebrated and beloved writers.
Armistice: a laureate's choice of poems of war and peace, Carol Ann Duffy. 808.819358 ARM
In this affecting selection, the Poet Laureate, Carol Ann Duffy, guides us deep into the act and root of 'armistice' its stoppage or 'stand' of arms, its search for truce and ceasefire. In 100 poems, our most cherished poets of the Great War speak alongside those from other conflicts and cultures, so that we hear some of the lesser-heard voices of war, including wives, families, those left behind.
Calling a wolf a wolf, Kaveh Akbar. 811.6 AKB
Tracking the joys and pains of the path through addiction, and wrestling with desire, inheritance and faith, Calling a Wolf a Wolf is the darkly sumptuous debut from award-winning poet Kaveh Akbar.
Cat poems, the world's greatest poets. 808.81 CAT
Classical poems by Arab women, Abdullah al-Udhari. 892.7 CLA
Collected poems, Dermot Healy. 821.914 HEA
For him the whole world was a neighbourhood and his engagement with it; its people, places, flora, fauna, weathers and oceans, prompted moments of epiphany.
Emerging words, Garry James Spooner. 821.914 SPO
A collection from New Zealand poet Garry James Spooner. Subjects range from the seasons to sacred verses, from romance to the macabre.
Opal sunset: selected poems, 1958-2008, Clive James. 821.914 JAM
Opal Sunset gathers together fifty years of Clive James?s poetry, and will undoubtedly enhance his reputation as one of the most versatile and accomplished of contemporary writers.
Remembering a place I've never been: the past in three voices, Heather Bauchop. 821.92 BAU
The first poetry collection from Dunedin writer and historian Heather Bauchop, is a sequence of short narrative lyrics examining our relationship with the past and the construction of memory and history.
Rumi, the book of love: poems of ecstacy and longing. 891.551 JAL
States of happiness, Suzanne Batty. 821.92 BAT
States of Happiness, Suzanne Batty's second full-length collection, begins with an extended sequence written in memory of her twin sister.
Taking the arrow out of the heart: poems, Alice Walker. 811.54 WAL
Alice Walker, author of the Pulitzer Prize-winning modern classic, The Color Purple, returns with a poetry collection that is both playfully imaginative and intensely moving.
The long take, or, A way to lose more slowly, Robin Robertson. 821.914 ROB
Walker, a young Canadian recently demobilised after war and his active service in the Normandy. We follow him through a sequence of poems as he moves through post-war American cities of New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco.
The poems of T. S. Eliot. Volume II, Practical cats and further verses, Christopher Ricks and Jim McCue. 821.912 ELI
The river in the sky, Clive James. 821.914 JAM
Clive James has been close to death for several years, and he has written about the experience in a series of deeply moving poems.

Politics & Government

Beautiful country burn again: democracy, rebellion, and revolution, Ben Fountain. 324.973 FOU
In a sequence of essays that excavate the past while laying bare the political upheaval of 2016, Ben Fountain argues that the United States may be facing a third existential crisis, one that will require a "burning" of the old order as America attempts to remake itself.
Can democracy work?: a short history of a radical idea, from ancient Athens to our world, James Miller. 321.8 MIL
Compass points: a memoir, Neil Plimmer. 327.2 PLI
Neil Plimmer's memoir traces life in Palmerston North and his university years in Wellington in the 1940s and '50s; twenty years of diplomatic postings in Apia, Washington DC, Rome and Canberra; 11 years as CEO of New Zealand's tourism agency.
Everything Trump touches dies: a Republican strategist gets real about the worst president ever, Rick Wilson. 973.933 TRU
Government for the public good: the surprising science of large-scale collective action, Max Rashbrooke. 320.993 RAS
House of Bush, house of Saud: the secret relationship between the world's two most powerful dynasties, Craig Unger. 327.73 UNG
Identity: the demand for dignity and the politics of resentment, Francis Fukuyama. 320.019 FUK
Increasingly, the demands of identity direct the world's politics. Nation, religion, sect, race, ethnicity, gender: these categories have overtaken broader, inclusive ideas of who we are. We have built walls rather than bridges. The result: increasing in anti-immigrant sentiment, rioting on college campuses, and the return of open white supremacy to our politics.
National populism: the revolt against liberal democracy, Roger Eatwell and Matthew Goodwin. 320.56 EAT
A crucial new guide to one of the most urgent political phenomena of our time- the rise of national populism.
One person, no vote: how voter suppression is destroying our democracy, Carol Anderson. 324.62 AND
Focusing on the aftermath of Shelby, Anderson follows the astonishing story of government-dictated racial discrimination unfolding before our very eyes as more and more states adopt voter suppression laws.
Outside the wire: ten lessons I've learned in everyday courage, Jason Kander. 973.93 KAN
This book is an inspiring and entertaining argument for a life of service, as well as a hopeful vision of America's future as seen through the eyes of one of its most dedicated citizens.
The end game: the final chapter in Britain's great game in Afghanistan, Susan Loughhead. 327.41 LOU
Beginning by drawing parallels between the author's experiences at the British Embassy in Kabul in 2010-2013 and her grandfather's experiences of the same just after Indian Independence in 1948-50, this book takes a thematic approach to analyse the role of Britain in Afghanistan since the conclusion of the Second World War.
The fifth risk, Michael Lewis. 320.973 LEW
"The election happened," remembers Elizabeth Sherwood-Randall, then deputy secretary of the Department of Energy. "And then there was radio silence." Michael Lewis takes us into the engine rooms of a government under attack by its own leaders.
The future of capitalism: facing the new anxieties, Paul Collier. 306.342 COL
The shadow president: the truth about Mike Pence, Michael D'Antonio and Peter Eisner. 973.933 PEN
Trigger warnings: political correctness and the rise of the right, Jeff Sparrow. 306 SPA
Weatherboard & iron: politics, the bush and me, Barnaby Joyce. 994.07 JOY
In Weatherboard and Iron: Politics, the Bush and Me, Joyce not only provides a context to this calamitous series of events but also offers an insight into the inner workings of politics and the media in Australia.


Collision, compromise and conversion during the Wesleyan Hokianga mission, 1827-1855: a critical study of Hokianga Māori, missionary and kauri merchant interactions, Gary A.M. Clover. 266.7 CLO
Early Hokianga was different. A unique blend of Ngāpuhi Māori, kauri milling settlers, and Wesleyan missionaries. Drawing upon modern scholarly insights, Methodist historian, Gary Clover, investigates the nature of culture change and Māori 'conversion' from 1827-1855 during New Zealand's early contact era.
Galleries of Māoriland: artists, collectors and the Māori world, 1880-1910. 709.93 BLA
By illuminating New Zealand's artistic and ethnographic economy at the turn of the twentieth century, this book provides a new understanding of our art and our culture
Gate Pā and Te Ranga: the full story, John McLean and John Robinson. 993.022 MCL
Describes the historical background for the decision of Ngāiterangi warriors to join the fighting against the British, including their attacks on south Auckland settlers and troops.
Tutu te puehu: new perspectives on the New Zealand Wars, John Crawford & Ian McGibbon. 993.022 TUT

Religion & Ethics

100 days to brave: devotions for unlocking your most courageous self, Annie F. Downs. 248.4 DOW
A brief introduction to Hinduism, updated and revised by Tim Dowley. 294.5 BRI
Beyond borders: the story of Reach Beyond Australia, Margaret A Penford. 384.54 PEN
In Beyond Borders, Margaret A. Penford tells the inspirational story of Reach Beyond Australia, a shortwave radio ministry which today broadcasts the gospel message in over 30 languages to the Asia Pacific region.
Changing the game: animal liberation in the twenty-first century, Norm Phelps. 179.3 PHE
Norm Phelps has long been one of the leading theoreticians, historians, and strategists of the animal advocacy movement. His new book collects his recent writings on this subject.
Eternity is now in session: a radical rediscovery of what Jesus really taught about salvation, eternity and getting to the good place, John Ortberg. 236.2 ORT
God is young: a conversation with Thomas Leoncini, Pope Francis. 282.092 FRA
Pope Francis examines the role of millennials in the future of the Catholic Church in this urgent call to believers of all generations to work together to build a better world.
Haunted by Christ: modern writers and the struggle for faith, Richard Harries. 234.2 HAR
Heroes, Stephen Fry. 292.13 FRY
Few mere mortals have ever embarked on such bold and heart-stirring adventures, overcome myriad monstrous perils, or outwitted scheming vengeful gods, quite as stylishly and triumphantly as Greek heroes.
Homespun: Amish and Mennonite women in their own words, Lorilee Craker, editor. 289.7 HOM
Jesus: a beginner's guide, Anthony Le Donne. 232 LE
The ageless wisdom teaching: an introduction to humanity's spiritual legacy, Benjamin Creme. 204.2 CRE
The persecution of the Templars: scandal, torture, trial, Alain Demurger. 271.7 DEM
Undivided: coming out, becoming whole, and living free from shame, Vicky Beeching. 264.2 BEE
Vicky Beeching, called "arguably the most influential Christian of her generation" began writing songs for the church in her teens. . But this poster girl for evangelical Christianity lived with a debilitating inner battle: she was gay.
When spirit calls: a healing odyssey, Joan Diver. 204 DIV
When Spirit Calls is at once an adventure story and meditation on the healing journey that traces Joan Diver's odyssey from Boston foundation executive to spiritual healer.


18 miles: the epic drama of our atmosphere and its weather, Christopher Dewdney. 551.5 DEW
At least know this: essential science to enhance your life, Guy P. Harrison. 500 HAR
Blueprint: how DNA makes us who we are, Robert Plomin. 572.8 PLO
Book of the moon: a guide to our closest neighbour, Maggie Aderin-Pocock. 523.3 ADE
Breakfast with Einstein: the exotic physics of everyday objects, Chad Orzel. 530 ORZ
Brief answers to the big questions, Stephen Hawking. 500 HAW
Bubbles, Helen Czerski. 530.42 CZE
Part of the new Ladybird Expert series, Bubbles is a clear, surprising and entertaining introduction to the science of bubbles. Bubbles are beautiful, ephemeral, fun, fragile, jolly and slightly unpredictable.
Cornerstones: subterranean writings, Mark Smalley. 551 COR
Adapted from the successful BBC Radio 3 series, Cornerstones explores how different rock types give rise to their own distinct flora and fauna, and even affect the food we eat.
Einstein's monsters: the life and times of black holes, Chris Impey. 523.88 IMP
Einstein's shadow: a black hole, a band of astronomers, and the quest to see the unseeable, Seth Fletcher. 523.88 FLE
Fundamentals of physics, Jearl Walker. 530 WAL
How plants work: form, diversity, survival, Stephen Blackmore. 575 HOW
How to live in space: everything you need to know for the not-so-distant future, Colin Stuart. 629.45 STU
Humanology: a scientist's guide to our amazing existence, Luke O'Neill. 570 ONE
Infinity in the palm of your hand: fifty wonders that reveal an extraordinary universe, Marcus Chown. 500 CHO
There is much about our world that seems to make perfect sense, and important scientific breakthroughs have helped us understand ourselves, our planet and our place in the universe in fascinating detail. But our adventures in space, our deepening understanding of the quantum world and huge leaps in technology over the last century have also revealed a universe far stranger than we could ever have imagined.
Our human story, Louise Humphrey and Chris Stringer. 599.93 HUM
Our Human Story is a guide to our fossil relatives, from what may be the earliest hominins such as Sahelanthropus, dating back six to seven million years, through to our own species, Homo sapiens.
Physics II for dummies, Steven Holzner. 530 HOL
Plants that kill: a natural history of the world's most poisonous plants, Elizabeth A. Dauncey & Sonny Larsson. 581.65 DAU
Primate change: how the world we made is remaking us, Vybarr Cregan-Reid. 599.93 CRE
Primate Change is a wide-ranging, polemical look at how and why the human body has changed since humankind first got up on two feet.
The atom: the building block of everything, Jack Challoner. 539.14 CHA
The nature of winter, Jim Crumley. 508.41 CRU
During winter, dark days of wild storms can give way to the perfect, glistening stillness of frost-encrusted winter landscapes; it is the stuff of wonder and beauty, of nature at its utmost. In The Nature of Winter, Jim Crumley ventures into our countryside to experience firsthand the chaos and the quiet solitude of nature's rest period.
The revolutionary genius of plants: a new understanding of plant intelligence and behavior, Stefano Mancuso. 580 MAN
The skeptics' guide to the universe: how to know what's really real in a world increasingly full of fake, Steven Novella. 500 NOV
This book will blow your mind: journeys to the extremes of science, Frank Swain. 502 THI

Social Issues

65+, the best years of your life: with lessons for people of every age, Peter Bowden. 305.26 BOW
Call them by their true names: American crises (and essays), Rebecca Solnit. 814.6 SOL
The ultimate focus of the book is climate and feminist activism, bringing Solnit's trademark deep analysis to bear on a range of contemporary crises.
Chasing the scream: the first and last days of the war on drugs, Johann Hari. 363.45 HAR
Factfulness: ten reasons we're wrong about the world– and why things are better than you think, Hans Rosling. 302.12 ROS
From global to local: the making of things and the end of globalisation, Finbarr Livesey. 382 LIV
Gypsies: an English history, David Cressy. 305.891497 CRE
I should have honor: a memoir of hope and pride in Pakistan, Khalida Brohi. 362.88 BRO
If women rose rooted: the journey to authenticity and belonging, Sharon Blackie. 305.4 BLA
Aged 30 Sharon Blackie found herself weeping in the car park of the multinational corporation where she worked, wondering if this was what a nervous breakdown felt like. With a PhD in Psychology she ought to have known. Somewhere along the line she realised she had lost herself.
Infamous mothers: women who've gone through the belly of hell… and brought something good back, Sagashus T. Levingston. 305.488 LEV
An intergenerational collection of personal narratives by women in the 21st century who mother from the margins of our society.
Leading from within: conscious social change and mindfulness for social innovation, Gretchen Ki Steidle. 303.4 STE
Motherhood missed: stories of loss and living from women who are childless by circumstance, Lois Tonkin. 306.87 TON
Not your ordinary housewife: how the man I loved led me into a world I had never imagined, Nikki Stern. 306.7 STE
The fascinating and extraordinary true story of how a young woman from a privileged background found herself drawn into the dark world of petty prostitution and pornography by the troubled man she loved.
On the future: prospects for humanity, Martin Rees. 303.49 REE
Humanity has reached a critical moment. Our world is unsettled and rapidly changing, and we face existential risks over the next century. Various outcomes; good and bad, are possible. Yet our approach to the future is characterized by short-term thinking, polarizing debates, alarmist rhetoric, and pessimism.
Opening the door from inside: how to deal with domestic violence, Robin Parry. 362.829 PAR
Program or be programmed: ten commands for a digital age, Douglas Rushkoff. 303.483 RUS
Do we direct technology, or do we let ourselves be directed by it and those who have mastered it? Choose the former writes Rushkoff, and you gain access to the control panel of civilization.
Shame, Jasvinder Sanghera. 362.829 SAN
Overwhelmed and alone, Jasvinder was 15 when she ran away from home to escape a forced marriage to a much older man she'd never met. She had to move constantly, ever wary of being tracked down for betraying her family's honour. Her three years in hiding ended with the news that her sister Robina had committed suicide by setting herself alight.
Ship of fools: how a selfish ruling class is bringing America to the brink of revolution, Tucker Carlson. 305.52 CAR
The art of disappearing, Elisabeth Hanscombe. 362.76 HAN
A memoir about surviving a childhood navigating around a violent and abusive father, and how the past influenced the author's professional life and personal relationships.
The bullying breakthrough: real help for parents and teachers of the bullied, bystanders, and bullies, Jonathan McKee. 302.343 MCK
The last hours of ancient sunlight: the fate of the world and what we can do before it's too late, Thom Hartmann. 304.2 HAR
Thom Hartmann's book, originally published in 1998, has become one of the fundamental handbooks of the environmental activist movement. Now, with updated material and a focus on political activism and its effect on corporate behavior, The Last Hours of Ancient Sunlight helps us understand, and heal, our relationship to the world, to each other, and to our natural resources.
The mother of all jobs: how to have children and a career and stay sane(ish), Christine Armstrong. 306.8743 ARM
Things Jon didn't know about: our life after my husband's suicide, Sue Henderson. 362.28 HEN
What would the Spice Girls do?: how the girl power generation grew up, Lauren Bravo. 305.42 BRA
Why does he do that?: inside the minds of angry and controlling men, Lundy Bancroft. 362.829 BAN

Sport & Recreation

147 snooker drills and exercises, Andrew Highfield and David Horrix. 794.735 HIG
38 basic joseki, Kiyoshi Kosugi and James Davies. 794.4 KOS
In the game of go, the opening moves focus on the corners of the board. Over the thousands of years of go playing, this aspect of the game has been intensively studied and a large number of opening formulas, or josekis, have been discovered and refined.
Applesauce: any thought of card at any thought of number (and other mysteries), written and created by Patrick G Redford. 793.85 RED
If you're a fan of any card at any number, 51 faces north, or even just simple hard hitting card magic, you'll want a taste of Applesauce.
Dungeons & Dragons art & arcana: a visual history, Michael Witwer. 793.93 WIT
Footy's revolution: the inside story of the AFL, Elliot CartledgeSmith. 796.336 CAR
Long range shooting handbook, Ryan M Cleckner. 799.31 CLE
On cricket, Mike Brearley. 796.358 BRE
Race across the world: the incredible story of the world's greatest road race– the 1968 London to Sydney Marathon, John Smailes. 796.72 SMA
Second time lucky: one man's journey the length of New Zealand, Erik Westra. 796.64 WES
Second Time Lucky: One man's journey the length of New Zealand. Tour Aotearoa is a 3,000- kilometre journey from Cape Reinga to Bluff. Erik Westra, an avid cyclist, raced past beaches, native birds and friendly locals until a dream-shattering fall forced him to withdraw.
The mad and the bad: boxing tales of mayhem, menace and murder, Thomas Myler. 796.83 MYL
The NERF Blaster modification guide: the unofficial handbook for making your foam arsenal even more awesome, Luke Goodman. 790.133 GOO
Nerf Blasters, first introduced in the 1980s, are experiencing a Renaissance! Nerf Blasters are back to being one of the hottest toys on the market and have spawned a YouTube phenomenon of DIYers showing off the modifications and tweaks they've made to their blasters.
The official Scrabble players dictionary. 793.734 OFF
What goes on tour, The Secret Footballer. 796.334 SEC
Since his first book was published in 2012, The Secret Footballer has been able to take the reader behind the scenes of footballers' lives like no other player has been able, or will ever be able, to do.
Winx: the authorised biography, Andrew Rule. 798.4 RUL
Andrew Rule, her owners, her breeder, her trainer and her rider tell the real story behind the story of the world's greatest racehorse.


Astrology: using the wisdom of the stars in your everyday life, Carole Taylor. 133.5 TAY
Putting spirit into spirituality, Ben Taylor via Linda Hampton. 133.93 TAY
Spirit untethered, Ben Taylor via Linda Hampton. 133.93 TAY
One more step in opening the minds of the reader to expand their awareness - not only in their incarnational reality, but also that vast reality on the inner levels
Strange frequencies: the extraordinary story of the technological quest for the supernatural, Peter Bebergal. 130 BEB
The complete book of auras: learn to see, read, strengthen & heal auras, Richard Webster. 133.89 WEB
Unexplained: supernatural stories for uncertain times, Richard MacLean Smith. 130 SMI


American classic cars: 300 classic marques from 1914-2000, Richard Nicholls. 629.222 NIC
Australia & New Zealand double decker bus. 388.34 AUS
Autonomy: the quest to build the driverless car - and how it will reshape our world, Lawrence Burns with Christopher Shulgan. 388.34 BUR
Building Concorde: from drawing board to Mach 2, Tony Buttler. 629.13334 CON
COPO Camaro, Chevelle, & Nova: Chevrolet's ultimate muscle cars, Matthew Avery. 629.2222 CHE
Electric airplanes and drones: a history, Kevin Desmond. 629.13334 DES
Endeavour: the ship and the attitude that changed the world, Peter Moore. 623.822 MOO
Great Victorian railway journeys, Karen Farrington. 941 FAR
Jaguar: all the cars, Nigel Thorley. 629.2222 JAG
Optimising car performance modifications: simple methods for measuring engine, suspension, brakes and aerodynamic performance gains, Julian Edgar. 629.2872 EDG
Scottish buses during deregulation, Kenny Barclay. 388.322 BAR
Steam Australia: locomotives that galvanised the nation, Tim Fischer. 625.26 FIS
Welcome aboard the GM New Look bus, John H. McKane with Gerald L. Squier. 629.2223 GEN

War & Defence

Area 51: an uncensored history of America's top secret military base, Annie Jacobsen. 358.417 JAC
Presents a history of the most famous secret military installation in the world, assembled from interviews with the people who served there and formerly classified information.
Atlas of World War II: history's greatest conflict revealed through rare wartime maps and new cartography, Neil Kagan. 940.54 KAG
Best of enemies: the last great spy story of the Cold War, Gus Russo and Eric Dezenhall. 327.12 PLA
British destroyer vs German destroyer: Narvik 1940, David Greentree Alan Gilliland, Paul Wright]. 623.8254 GRE
Crash course: from the good war to the forever war, H. Bruce Franklin. 355.00973 FRA
After fifty years as a renowned cultural historian, Franklin offers a set of hard-learned lessons about modern American history. Crash Course is essential reading for anyone who wonders how America ended up where it is today: with a deeply divided and disillusioned populace, led by a dysfunctional government, and mired in unwinnable wars.
Day of the Rangers: the battle of Mogadishu 25 years on, Leigh Neville. 967.73 NEV
Doctors from hell: the horrific account of Nazi experiments on humans, Vivien Spitz with a new foreword by Elie Wiesel. 174.28 SPI
Fallout: conspiracy, cover-up, and the deceitful case for the atom bomb, Peter Watson. 940.532 WAT
Fighting Auschwitz: the resistance movement in the concentration camp, Jozef Garlinski. 940.5472 GAR
Hitler's British Isles: the real story of the occupied Channel Islands, Duncan Barrett. 940.533 BAR
Hitler's British traitors: the secret history of spies, saboteurs and Fifth Columnists, Tim Tate. 940.5486 TAT
In Hitler's shadow, Tim Heath. 943.086 HEA
In Hitler's Shadow conveys the hopes, the horrors and the aftermath of the Second World War in the form of eye witness testimonies, diary entries and interviews.
India, empire, and First World War culture: writings, images, and songs, Santanu Das. 940.354 DAS
Based on ten years of research, Santanu Das's India, Empire, and First World War Culture: Writings, Images, and Songs recovers the sensuous experience of combatants, non-combatants and civilians from undivided India in the 1914-1918 conflict and their socio-cultural, visual, and literary worlds.
Kiwis at war 1939-40 and earlier. Part two, Air force & civil aviation. 940.544 KIW
Kriegskinder, Frederike Helwig. 940.5316 HEL
Kriegskinder presents 45 haunting present-day portraits by German photographer Frederike Helwig (born 1968) of those who grew up during World War II. E
Lorenz: breaking Hitler's top secret code at Bletchley Park, Jerry Roberts. 940.5486 ROB
Modern small arms: 300 of the world's greatest small arms, Chris McNab. 623.44 MCN
Mussolini and Hitler: the forging of the fascist alliance, Christian Goeschel. 320.533 GOE
Nazi millionaires: the Allied search for hidden SS gold, Kenneth A. Alford & Theodore P. Savas. 940.531 ALF
Nelson at Naples: revolution and retribution in 1799, Jonathan North. 940.27 NOR
Never forget: six extraordinary World War II stories of courage, survival and hope, Jo Bailey. 940.5481 BAI
"Six moving World War II stories. Told by the people who lived them. New Zealand writer Jo Bailey has combined extensive interviews with the use or wartime diaries and written memoir to create six compelling, first person accounts of war.
On a knife's edge: the Ukraine, November 1942-March 1943, Prit Buttar. 940.5421 BUT
On desperate ground: the Marines at the reservoir, the Korean War's greatest battle, Hampton Sides. 951.9042 SID
Ordeal below zero: the heroic story of the Arctic convoys in Word War II, Georges Blond. 940.545 BLO
Our boys: the story of a paratrooper, Helen Parr. 997.1 PAR
Over the top: great battles of the First World War, Martin Marix Evans. 940.41 MAR
Peace at last: a portrait of Armistice Day, 11 November 1918, Guy Cuthbertson. 940.43 CUT
Prisoner of the Swiss: a World War II airman's story, Daniel Culler. 940.5472 CUL
Russian weapons of World War II, David Porter. 623.4 POR
SAS Italian job, Damien Lewis. 940.5421 LEW
In the hard-fought winter of 1944 the Allies advanced northwards through Italy, but stalled on the fearsome mountainous defences of the Gothic Line. Two men were parachuted in, in an effort to break the deadlock. Their mission: to penetrate deep into enemy territory and lay waste to the Germans' impregnable headquarters.
Sink the Tirpitz 1942-44: the RAF and Fleet Air Arm duel with Germany's mighty battleship, Angus Konstam. 940.544 KON
The 101st Airborne in Normandy: June 1944, Yves Buffetaut. 940.5421 BUF
The bride's trunk: a story of war and reconciliation, Ingrid Dixon. 940.5 ROS
A true story of love and reconciliation in the aftermath of the Second World War.
The Cold War's killing fields: rethinking the long peace, Paul Thomas Chamberlin. 909.825 CHA
The fighters: Americans in combat in Afghanistan and Iraq, C.J. Chivers. 956.7044 CHI
The Kremlin letters: Stalin's wartime correspondence with Churchill and Roosevelt, David Reynolds. 940.53 STA
The medieval knight: the noble warriors of the golden age of chivalry, Phyllis Jestice. 355.00940 JES
The soldier who came back, Steve Foster and Alan Clark. 940.5472 FOS
In Northern Poland in 1940, at the Nazi war camp Stalag XX-A, two men struck up an unlikely friendship that was to lead to one of the most daring and remarkable wartime escape stories ever told.
The spy and the traitor: the greatest espionage story of the Cold War, Ben Macintyre. 327.12 GOR
The tango war: the struggle for the hearts, minds and riches of Latin America during World War II, Mary Jo McConahay. 940.538 MCC
Then they came for me: Martin Niemöller, the pastor who defied the Nazis, Matthew D. Hockenos. 284.1 NIE
Few today recognize the name Martin Niemöller, though many know his famous confession. In Then They Came for Me , Matthew Hockenos traces Niemöller's evolution from a Nazi supporter to a determined opponent of Hitler, revealing him to be a more complicated figure than previously understood.
They fought alone: the true story of the Starr Brothers, British secret agents in Nazi-occupied France, Charles Glass. 940.5486 STA
Through Spain with Wellington: the letters of Lieutenant Peter Le Mesurier of the 'Fighting Ninth', Adrian Greenwood. 940.27 LE
The letters of Peter Le Mesurier (1789-1813) cover his service in the 9th Foot, from leaving for Portugal as an ensign in 1808 at the very start of the Peninsular War, up until Le Mesurier's death at the Battle of the Nive in December 1813.
Why we fight: defeating America's enemies–with no apologies, Sebastian Gorka. 355.0332 GOR
In this powerful manifesto, Dr. Gorka explains the basic principles that have guided strategists since Sun Tzu penned The Art of War in the sixth century B.C. To defeat your enemy, you must know him. But that's the last thing liberal elites are interested in. Willful ignorance about our adversary; whether it's Russia, China, or the global jihadi movement, has been crippling.
With them through hell: New Zealand Medical Services in the First World War, Anna Rogers. 355.345 ROG