New Titles Non-Fiction December 2016 (arrived in November 2016)
Art & Architecture
- America after the fall : painting in the 1930s, Judith A. Barter with essays by Judith A. Barter. 759.13 AME
- American rhapsody : writers, musicians, movie stars, and one great building, Claudia Roth Pierpont. 700.973 PIE
- Art + climate = change, Guy Abrahams, Bronwyn Johnson and Kelly Gellatly. 709.94 ART
- In a period of profound environmental and social upheaval, climate change has
become one of our greatest challenges. But a cultural shift is also needed.
- Art crime and its prevention, Editor: Arthur Tompkins. 364.162 ART
- Art deco sculpture, Alastair Duncan. 735.23 DUN
- Back to the start, Belinda Fox. 709.04 FOX
- The book features essays from close associates, and follows Belinda's journey through her work as a printmaker, an independent
artist, a collaborative ceramicist, and a sculptor.
- Beyond art fundamentals : a guide to emotion, mood, and storytelling for artists 750 BEY
- Dada Africa : dialogue with the other, Ralf Burmeister, Michaela Oberhofer and Esther Tisa Francini. 709.6 DAD
- Richly illustrated essays shed light on the cultural background of artifacts from Africa, Asia, and Oceania from an ethnological perspective.
- Edward Ardizzone : artist and illustrator, Alan Powers. 759.2 POW
- Edward Hopper : masterpieces of art, Rosalind Ormiston. 759.13 HOP
- Frieze : a to z of contemporary art. 709.04 FRI
- Horcher in die Zeit : Ludwig Meidner im Exil = Eavesdropper on an age : Ludwig Meidner in exile. 741.943 MEI
- In fine style : the dancehall art of Wilfred Limonious, written by Christopher Bateman. 741.6 LIM
- During the 1980s Wilfred Limonious (1949-99) became one of Jamaican music's most prolific graphic artists, designing countless reggae album jackets and record-label logos.
- Oh so pretty : punk in print 1976-80, essay by Rick Poynor ; the Mott Collection. 704.94978 OH
- Persian art & architecture, Henri Stierlin. 720.955 STI
- Salvador Dali & Andy Warhol : encounters in New York and beyond, Torsten Otte. 759.6 DAL
- Scottish painting : 1837 to the present, William Hardie. 759.29 HAR
- Studio of the South : Van Gogh in Provence, Martin Bailey. 759.9492 GOG
- The art of the con : the most notorious fakes, frauds, and forgeries in the art world, Anthony M. Amore. 702.87 AMO
- The print before photography : an introduction to European printmaking, 1550-1820, Antony Griffiths. 769.94 GRI
- The secret lives of colour, Kassie St Clair. 701.85 CLA
- The Secret Lives of Colour tells the unusual stories of the 75 most fascinating shades, dyes and hues.
- The Spanish Golden Age : painting and sculpture in the time of Velazquez. 709.46 SPA
- Campervan crazy : travels with my bus : a tribute to the VW camper and the people who drive them, David and Cee Eccles. 629.223 VOL
- Driverless : intelligent cars and the road ahead, Hod Lipson and Melba Kurman. 388.34 LIP
- Jowett : a century of memories, Noel Stokoe. 629.222 STO
- The fascinating history of the iconic Jowett car marque, based in Bradford.
- We had one of those! : the cars we drove during New Zealand's motoring heyday, 1950-1970., Stephen Barnett. 629.222 BAR
- A life in parts, Bryan Cranston. 791.45028 CRA
- In his riveting memoir, Cranston maps his zigzag journey from abandoned son to beloved star by recalling the many odd parts he's played in real life :paperboy, farmhand, security guard, dating consultant, murder suspect, dock loader, lover, husband, father.
- Ariel : a literary life of Jan Morris, Derek Johns. 920.72 MOR
- Jan Morris is one of the great British writers of the post-war era. Soldier, journalist, writer about places, elegist of the British Empire, novelist, she has fashioned a distinctive prose style that is elegant, fastidious, supple, and sometimes gloriously gaudy.
- Between breaths : a memoir of panic and addiction, Elizabeth Vargas. 362.292 VAR
- Beyond the vapour trail : the beauty, horror and humour of life : an aid worker's story, Brett Pierce. 361.37 PIE
- A two year old girl is abandoned on the streets of Ulaan Bataar with a bag of clothes and a note pinned to her: 'Please take care of me.' An Australian aid worker finds himself off the tourist map confronted by the struggles of people.
- Bobby Kennedy : the making of a liberal icon, Larry Tye. 973.922 KEN
- Draws on unpublished memoirs, unreleased government files, private papers, and interviews with Kennedy's close family and colleagues.
- Born to run, Bruce Springsteen. 781.66 SPR
- Over the past seven years, Bruce Springsteen has privately devoted himself to writing the story of his life, bringing to these pages the same honesty, humor, and originality found in his songs.
- Cecil Beaton at home : an interior life, Andrew Ginger. 779 BEA
- This lavishly illustrated visual biography brings together original photographs, artworks, and possessions from his interiors to present an intimate picture of Beaton's extraordinary life.
- C'est la Folie : one man's quest for a more meaningful life, Michael Wright. 944.084 WRI
- One day in late summer, Michael Wright gave up his comfortable South London existence and, with only his long-suffering cat for company, set out to begin a new life. His destination was 'La Folie', a dilapidated 15th century farmhouse in need of love and renovation in the heart of rural France.
- Charlemagne, Johannes Fried. 944.014 CHA
- When Charlemagne died in 814 CE, he left behind a dominion and a legacy unlike anything seen in Western Europe since the fall of Rome.
- Cured : the tale of two imaginary boys, Lol Tolhurst. 781.66 TOL
- A deeply moving and engaging memoir by Laurence Tolhurst, co-founder of The Cure, detailing the origins and creation of one of the most beloved bands of all time and Tolhurst's own return from the brink of self-destruction.
- Danger close : my epic journey as a combat helicopter pilot in Iraq and Afghanistan, Amber Smith. 956.7044 SMI
- A memoir of active combat by an elite female helicopter pilot stationed in Iraq and Afghanistan.
- Edward Heath : a singular life, Michael McManus. 941.085 HEA
- Sir Edward Heath KG MBE MP (1916-2005) was the first leader of the Conservative Party to come from a working-class background; he was also the first leader to be elected by the party's MPs, rather than 'emerging'.
- Elizabeth Jane Howard : a dangerous innocence, Artemis Cooper. 823.914 HOW
- Elizabeth Jane Howard (1923-2014) wrote brilliant novels about what love can do to people, but in her own life the lasting relationship she sought so ardently always eluded her.
- Ethelred the Unready, Levi Roach. 942.0174 ETH
- An imaginative reassessment of Aethelred "the Unready," one of medieval England's most maligned kings and a major Anglo-Saxon figure.
- Fat chance : my life in ups, downs and crisp sandwiches, Louise McSharry. 791.44 MCS
- Louise McSharry's passion is to talk to young women and the men who love them,
about being a woman in the modern world. Drawing on her own 33 years of life, she writes about everything from surviving a messed up childhood, to crashing out of education and still making it.
- Forty autumns : a family's story of courage and survival on both sides of the Berlin Wall, Nina Willner. 929.2 WIL
- In this illuminating and deeply moving memoir, a former American military intelligence officer goes beyond traditional Cold War espionage tales to tell the true story of her family of five women separated by the Iron Curtain for more than forty years, and their miraculous reunion after the fall of the Berlin Wall.
- Gainsbourg : the biography, Gilles Verlant. 781.64 GAI
- When Serge Gainsbourg died in 1991, France went into mourning: Francois Mitterand himself proclaimed him
"our Baudelaire, our Apollinaire." Gainsbourg redefined French pop.
- Gerrard Winstanley : the digger's life and legacy, John Gurney. 320.5312 WIN
- Despite being one of the great English radicals, Winstanley remains unmentioned in today's
lists of 'great Britons'.
- Good vibrations : my life as a Beach Boy, Mike Love with James S. Hirsch. 781.66 LOV
- Mike Love tells the story of his legendary, raucous, and ultimately triumphant five-
decade career as the front man of The Beach Boys, the most popular American band in history timed to coincide with the 50th anniversary of "Good Vibrations.
- Grant & I : inside and outside the Go-Betweens, Robert Forster. 781.66 FOR
- Grant and I is the story of the friendship and collaboration of Grant McLennan and Robert Forster, who gave Australia The Go-Betweens, one of our best and most influential bands.
- How far can you go? : my 25-year quest to walk again, John Maclean with Mark Tabb. 796.42 MCL
- An inspirational memoir by a man who became an elite wheelchair athlete after suffering a catastrophic spinal injury and who finally walked again 25 years after his accident.
- I am Brian Wilson : a memoir, Brian Wilson with Ben Greenman. 781.66 WIL
- The memoirs of the legendary co-founder of the Beach Boys offer insights into his difficult relationship with his father, the women in his life, his parenting experiences, and the events that inspired his music.
- I will find you, Joanna Connors. 364.1532 CON
- Setting out to uncover the story of her attacker, Connors embarked on a journey to find out who he was, where he came from, who his friends were and what his life was like. What she discovers stretches beyond one violent man's story and back into her own, interweaving a narrative about strength and survival with one about rape culture and violence in America.
- Iron man : the autobiography, Corey Parker with Stuart Honeysett. 796.3338 PAR
- Brisbane Broncos legend Corey Parker has played more rugby league games than any other forward in the game's 108-year history.
- Jail bird : the inside story of the glam vicar, Sharon Grenham-Thompson. 259.5 GRE
- Jail Bird explores how it is possible to reach out to those vilified in the press and by society at large, and to work for the good of all, recognising the humanity in those who commit crimes.
- Lecretia's choice : a story of love, death and the law, Matt Vickers. 362.196994 SEA
- A successful young lawyer in Wellington, Lecretia Seales met and fell in love with Matt Vickers in 2003. In Lecretia's Choice, Matt tells the story of their life together, and how it changed when his proud, fiercely independent wife was diagnosed with a brain tumour and forced to confront her own mortality.
- Life on the Edge : radio star reveals all : a memoir, Jay-Jay Harvey. 791.440993 HAR
- Top radio host Jay-Jay Harvey tells all in these stories of her 22 years at hugely popular radio station The Edge.
- Losing my virginity : the autobiography, Richard Branson. 338.04 BRA
- This is the bestselling autobiography of iconic entrepreneur Sir Richard Branson, featuring his take on his latest business ventures, personal achievements and intrepid adventures.
- Michael and me : the untold story of Michael Jackson's secret romance, Shana Mangatal. 781.66 JAC
- More than seven years after his death, Michael Jackson continues to
fascinate the world. Shana Mangatal was one of Jackson's only constant and true rocks of stability for nearly two decades.
- Mike's place : a true story of love, blues, and terror in Tel Aviv, Jack Baxter, Joshua Faudem, Koren Shadmi. 363.32 BAX
- Recounts the authors' experiences as filmmakers who were working on a project on Mike's Place, a Tel Aviv blues bar where Jews, Christians, and Muslims freely mingled with expatriates, and the events that led up to the destruction of the bar in a suicide bombing.
- My damage : the story of a punk rock survivor, Keith Morris with Jim Ruland. 782.4216 MOR
- Keith Morris is a true punk icon. No one else embodies the sound of Southern Californian hardcore the way he does. With his waistlength dreadlocks and snarling vocals, Morris is known the world over for his take-no-prisoners approach on the stage and his integrity off of it.
- My father's island : a memoir, Adam Dudding. 070.5092 DUD
- After the death of his brilliant, eccentric father, Adam Dudding went in search of the stories and secrets of a man who had been a loving parent and husband, but was also a tormented, controlling and at times cruel man. Robin Dudding was the greatest New Zealand literary editor of his generation - friend and mentor of many of our best-known writers.
- My story, Michael Clarke. 796.358 CLA
- He was the greatest batsman of his generation and, as captain, possessed the sharpest tactical mind in the game. Bursting onto the
scene in 2004 with a Test century on debut, Michael Clarke was Australian cricket's golden boy.
- Night, Elie Wiesel. 940.5318 WIE
- An autobiographical narrative, in which the author describes his experiences in Nazi concentration camps.
- Not dead yet : the autobiography, Phil Collins. 781.66 COL
- Not Dead Yet is Phil Collins' candid, witty, unvarnished story of the songs and shows, the hits and pans, his marriages and divorces, the ascents to the top of the charts and into the tabloid headlines.
- Paddy Mayne : Lt Col Blair 'Paddy' Mayne, 1 SAS Regiment, Hamish Ross. 940.5412 MAY
- An Irish solicitor and international rugby player, Blair 'Paddy' Mayne became one of the most outstanding soldiers and leaders of the Second World War. After seeing action in Syria with the Commandos, he joined the new unit that David Stirling was establishing, the Special Air Service.
- Rena's promise : a story of sisters in Auschwitz, Rena Kornreich Gelissen with Heather Dune Macadam. 940.5318 GEL
- The inspiring story of one woman's struggle to survive during the Holocaust.
- Rescue pilot : the daring adventures of a New Zealand search and rescue pilot, John Funnell. 363.348 FUN
- John Funnell is one of New Zealand's longest serving and most respected search and rescue pilots, having clocked an incredible 19,000 hours of flying time.
- Rolling with the punchlines : a memoir, Urzila Carlson. 792.7 CAR
- Chuckle, laugh and snigger along with Urzila in this fascinating memoir of a life in comedy.
- Running man : how running saved me from addiction and transformed my life, Charlie Engle. 796.425 ENG
- After a decade-long addiction to crack cocaine and alcohol,
Charlie Engle hit rock bottom after a near-fatal six-day binge ended in a hail of bullets. Then he found running, and it has helped keep him sober, focused and alive. He began to take on the most extreme endurance races, such as the 155-mile Gobi March, and developed a reputation as an inspirational speaker.
- Sachiko : a Nagasaki bomb survivor's story, Caren Stelson. 940.5425 YAS
- Tells the story of the atomic bombing of Nagasaki through the eyes of Sachiko Yasui, who was six
when the devastation was wrought, describing her experiences in the aftermath of the attack as well as her long journey to find peace.
- She's not there : a life in two genders, Jennifer Finney Boylan. 306.768 BOY
- The provocative bestseller She's Not There is the winning, utterly surprising story of a person changing genders.
- Showboat : the life of Kobe Bryant, Roland Lazenby. 796.323 BRY
- Kobe Bryant is one of basketball's absolute greatest players, a fascinating and complicated character who knew when he was a mere boy that he would be better than Jordan on the court.
- Soldier spy, Tom Marcus. 327.12 CAR
- Tom Marcus was recruited by MI5 in the wake of the 7/7 attacks on London. After five years spent undercover as part of a covert British Army special operations unit he offered the Security Service the edge they so desperately needed. Following months of intensive training, Marcus was thrown into a world of relentless, unimaginable pressure; a never-ending struggle to prevent terrorist atrocities.
- Sully : my search for what really matters, Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger with Jeffrey Zaslow. 629.13 SUL
- On January 15, 2009, the world witnessed one of the most remarkable emergency landings in aviation history when Captain Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger glided US Airways Flight 1549 onto the surface of the Hudson River, saving the lives of all 155 aboard.
- Te Oka - pakeha kaumatua : the life of Jock McEwen, Mary McEwen. 993.035 MCE
- Jock McEwen, administrator, historian, linguist, composer and master carver, was a well-known figure in the Maori world and the wider Pacific for over half a century.
- The flying doctor, Dave Baldwin. 610.6952 BAL
- From the author of Healthy Bastards, the man known as the Flying Doctor' is back, this time with his misadventures,
escapades and high jinks from a life of medicine, aviation and hunting.
- The French chef in America : Julia Child's second act, Alex Prud'homme. 641.5 CHI
- Julia Child is synonymous with French cooking, but her legacy runs much deeper.
Now, her great-nephew and My Life in France coauthor vividly recounts the myriad ways in which she profoundly shaped how we eat today.
- The hostage's daughter : a story of family, madness, and the Middle East, Sulome Anderson. 364.154 AND
- The Hostage's Daughter is an intimate look at the effect of the Lebanese Hostage Crisis on Anderson's family, the United States, and the Middle East today. Sulome tells moving stories from her experiences as a reporter in the region and challenges our understanding of global politics, the forces that spawn terrorism and especially Lebanon, the beautiful,
devastated, and vitally important country she came to love.
- The hunt for Rob Roy : the man and the myths, David Stevenson. 941.106 ROB
- This is the first time that Rob Roy's life has been written with a full range of sources. A man deeply wronged and oppressed, forced into outlawry, has to be modified by the clear evidence that he was only outlawed after undertaking a careful plan to swindle his creditors.
- The last crocodile hunter, Bob Irwin with Amanda French. 639.9 IRW
- Bob Irwin's extraordinary life as a wildlife pioneer, father to wildlife warrior Steve and founder of Australia Zoo, told in his own words.
- The little ghost girl : abused starved and neglected. A little girl desperate for someone to love her, Maggie Hartley. 362.733 HAR
- Ruth was a ghost of a girl when she arrived into foster mother Maggie Hartley's care. Pale, frail and withdrawn, it was clear to Maggie that Ruth had seen and experienced things that no 11-year-old should have to.
- The loonliness of a deep sea diver : David Beckett, my autobiography, David Harrison Beckett and Paul Zanon. 627.72 BEC
- It's a fascinating tale of a life diving for treasure, recovering shipwrecks and the gruesome task of pulling bodies from the water.
- The man who ate the zoo : Frank Buckland, forgotten hero of natural history, Richard Girling. 508 BUC
- A lively and fascinating biography of Frank Buckland, 'the forgotten man of Victorian science', surgeon, natural historian, bestselling writer and early conservationist, an eccentric giant of his time.
- Tippi, Tippi Hedren with Lindsay Harrison. 791.43028 HED
- For too long Hedren's story has been told by others through whispered gossip and tabloid headlines. Now,
Hedren sets the record straight, recalling how a young and virtuous Lutheran girl from small-town Minnesota became a worldwide legend as one of the most famous Hitchcock girls, as an unwavering animal activist, and as the matriarch of a powerful Hollywood dynasty.
- When the war is over : far from home, far from family, safe from the war, a true story of two Second World War evacuees, Barbara Fox and Gwenda Gofton. 940.5316 GOF
- Gwenda and Douglas Brady were among the millions of British children sent to live with new families for their own safety during the Second World War, leaving behind their parents, their friends and all that felt familiar and safe.
- Zero to 60 : from a wooden caravan to a multi-millionaire dollar business empire, Tony Quinn with Robert Tighe. 338.04 QUI
- From growing up in a wooden caravan to building his own state-of-the-art racetrack, this is the remarkable story of Targa champion, Hampton Downs and Highlands Motorsport Park owner Tony Quinn.
Books about books
- Footnotes from the world's greatest bookstores : true tales and lost moments from book buyers, booksellers, and book lovers, Bob Eckstein. 381.45 ECK
- Meetings with remarkable manuscripts, Christopher De Hamel. 091 DE
Business & Management
- Exponential organizations : why new organizations are ten times better, faster, and cheaper than yours (and what to do about it), Salim Ismail with Michael S. Malone and Yuri van Geest. 658.406 ISM
- Managing in the gray : 5 timeless questions for resolving your hardest problems at work, Joseph L. Badaracco. 658.4 BAD
- Peterson's Rip the resume : job search & interview power prep, Torin Ellis. 650.14 ELL
- The customer experience book : how to design, measure and improve customer experience in your business, Alan Pennington. 658.812 PEN
- The lean turnaround action guide : how to implement lean, create value, and grow your people, Art Byrne. 658.401 BYR
- The power of collaborative leadership : lessons for the learning organization, Bert Frydman, Iva Wilson, JoAnne Wyer. 658.4063 FRY
- Unsubscribe : how to kill email anxiety, avoid distractions, and get real work done, Jocelyn K. Glei. 384.3 GLE
- What customers crave : how to create relevant and memorable experiences at every touchpoint, Nicholas J. Webb. 658.812 WEB
- Murdoch : the cartoons of Sharon Murdoch 741.5 MUR
- Sharon Murdoch represents a bold new voice in New Zealand cartooning. As regular cartoonist for the Sunday Star Times and the Press, she has been delighting readers with her witty observations, drawing talent and insightful social and political commentary.
- You're all just jealous of my jetpack, comics by Tom Gauld. 741.5 GOU
- The new Trail of Tears : how Washington is destroying American Indians, Naomi Schaefer Riley. 323.1197 RIL
- High performance mobile web, Maximiliano Firtman. 004.67 FIR
- iMac for dummies, Mark L. Chambers. 004.165 IMA
- Mastering Microsoft Exchange server 2016, Clifton Leonard. 005.713 MIC
- Mobile security and privacy : advances, challenges and future research directions, edited Man Ho Au, Kim-Kwang Raymond Choo. 005.8 MOB
- PHP 7 : in easy steps, Mike McGrath. 005.2762 MCG
- Programming in Haskell, Graham Hutton. 005.11 HAS
- Web style guide : foundations of user experience design, Patrick J. Lynch, Sarah Horton. 004.67 LYN
Crafts & Collecting
- 100 little Christmas gifts to make, Kate Haxell. 745.5941 HAX
- Arm knitting : 30 no-needle projects for you and your home. 746.432 ARM
- Big knits, big needles, Helgrid van Impelen. 746.432 IMP
- Christmas ornaments to crochet : 31 festive and fun-to-make designs for a handmade holiday, Megan Kreiner. 746.434 KRE
- Double vision quilts : simply layer shapes & color for richly complex curved designs, Louisa L. Smith. 746.46 SMI
- Easy Fair Isle knitting : 27 projects with a modern twist, Martin Storey. 746.432 STO
- Free to make : how the maker movement is changing our schools, our jobs, and our minds, Dale Dougherty with Ariane Conrad. 600 DOU
- Geo knits : 10 lessons and projects for knitting stripes, chevrons, triangles, polka dots, and more, Mary Jane Mucklestone. 746.432 MUC
- Homemade Christmas : creating your own gifts, cards, decorations, and recipes. 745.5941 HOM
- I got 99 problems but a stitch ain't one : cross-stitch with attitude, Genevieve Brading. 746.44 BRA
- Knitted animal cozies : 35 woolly creatures to keep things safe and warm, Finoa Goble. 746.432 GOB
- Pompomania, Christine Leech. 745.5 LEE
- Tapestry crochet and more : a handbook of crochet techniques and patterns : tapestry crochet, granny squares, lacy stars, and 3D patterns, Maria Gullberg. 746.434
- The art of crayon : draw, color, resist, sculpt, carve!, Lorraine Bell. 741.23 BEL
- The joy of lettering : a creative exploration of contemporary hand lettering, typography & illustrated typeface, Gabri Joy Kirkendall, Jaclyn Escalera. 745.6 KIR
- The knitted hat book : 20 knitted beanies, tams, cloches, and more. 746.432 KNI
- Turned toys, Mark Baker. 745.592 BAK
- Vintage modern crochet : classic crochet lace techniques for contemporary style, Robyn Chachula. 746.434 CHA
- Wartski : the first one hundred and fifty years, Geoffrey C. Munn. 745.1 MUN
- Wartski is a family firm of art and antique dealers, specialising in fine jewellery, gold boxes,
silver and works of art by Carl Faberge.
- Wild things to make : heirloom accessories and clothes to sew for your children, Kirsty Hartley. 646.406 HAR
- Al Capone : his life, legacy, and legend, Deirdre Bair. 364.106 CAP
- Writing with exclusive access to Capone's descendants, Deirdre Bair finally gets at the truth behind this
eternally fascinating man, who was equal parts charismatic mobster, doting father, and calculating monster.
- All for my children, Sally Faulkner ; with James Knight. 362.8297 FAU
- 21-year-old Sally had scored her dream life as an Emirates flight attendant. She was dazzled by a world far removed from the suburbs of Brisbane. Then, she met Ali, a charismatic charmer with a Californian accent, who she thought was the perfect man, married him and had the children she'd always hoped for. But her dream life didn't last.
- Deconstructing Jack : the secret history of the Whitechapel murders, Simon Daryl Wood. 364.1523 WOO
- Filthy rich, James Patterson, John Connolly with Tim Malloy. 364.153 EPS
- Jeffrey Epstein rose from humble origins to the rarefied heights of New York City's financial elite. A college dropout with an instinct for numbers and for people Epstein amassed his wealth through a combination of access and skill. But even after he had it all, Epstein wanted more.
- The black widow : how one woman got justice for her murdered brother, Lee-Anne Cartier. 364.1523 CAR
- The infamous Black Widow case shocked our nation. An average-looking suburban housewife carefully staged her husband's 'suicide'.
- Who killed these girls? : cold case : the yogurt shop murders, Beverly Lowry. 364.1523 LOW
- From the author of Crossed Over, another masterful account of a horrible crime: the murder of four girls, countless other ruined lives, and the evolving complications of the justice system that frustrated the massive attempts for twenty-five years to find and punish those who committed it.
- All about market indicators, Michael Sincere. 332.6322 SIN
- China's crony capitalism : the dynamics of regime decay, Minxin Pei. 330.951 PEI
- Open veins of Latin America : five centuries of the pillage of a continent, Eduardo Galeano, foreword by Isabel Allende. 330.98 GAL
- Progress : ten reasons to look forward to the future, Johan Norberg. 330.9 NOR
- The bitcoin guidebook : how to obtain, invest, and spend the world's first decentralized cryptocurrency, Ian DeMartino. 332.178 DEM
- The euro : and its threat to the future of Europe, Joseph E. Stiglitz. 332.494 STI
- The fix : how nations survive and thrive in a world in decline, Jonathan Tepperman. 338.9 TEP
- The refusal of work : the theory and practice of resistance to work, David Frayne. 331 FRA
- The wealth of humans : work, power, and status in the twenty-first century, Ryan Avent. 338.06 AVE
- We wanted workers : unraveling the immigration narrative, George J. Borjas. 331.1 BOR
- Coherence : the right drivers in action for schools, districts, and systems, Michael Fullan, Joanne Quinn. 371.207 FUL
- The battle for Room 314 : my year of hope and despair in a New York City high school, Ed Boland. 373.11 BOL
- Build your own personal computer : [an illustrated step-by-step practical guide to planning and building a modern personal computer hardware system], Hugh Pittman. 621.391 PIT
- Chilled : how refrigeration changed the world, and might do so again, Tom Jackson. 621.56 JAC
- Designing for sustainability : a guide to building greener digital products and services, Tim Frick. 621.381 FRI
- Make : family projects for smart objects : tabletop projects that respond to your world, John Keefe. 621.3916 KEE
- Practical recording techniques : the step-by-step approach to professional audio recording, Bruce Bartlett, Jenny Bartlett. 621.3893 BAR
- Up and running with AutoCAD 2017 : 2D and 3D drawing and modeling, Elliot Gindis. 620.0042 GIN
- A farewell to ice, Peter Wadhams. 363.7 WAD
- Most of the scientific establishment predict that the North Pole will be free of ice around the middle of this century. As Peter Wadhams, the world's leading expert on sea ice, demonstrates in this book, even this assessment of the future is optimistic.
- New Zealand's rivers : an environmental history, Catherine Knight. 333.916 KNI
- Proposed marine protected areas for New Zealand's South Island south-east coast, South-East Marine Protection Forum. 333.91641609937 SOU
- The atlas of water : mapping the world's most critical resource, Maggie Black. 333.91 BLA
- Working with nature in Aotearoa New Zealand : an ethnography of coastal protection, Friederike Gesing. 333.917 GES
- Farm sanctuary : changing hearts and minds about animals and food, Gene Baur. 179.3 BAU
- The independent farmstead : growing soil, biodiversity, and nutrient-dense food with grassfed animals and intensive pasture management, Shawn and Beth Dougherty. 631.58 DOU
- Fashion hacks : 500 stylish wardrobe solutions from head to toe, Caroline Jones and Fiona Wright. 646.34 JON
- Iranian textiles, Jennifer Wearden and Patricia L. Baker. 746 WEA
- The Victoria and Albert Museum has an unrivalled collection of Iranian textiles from the first half of the nineteenth century.
- Practical fashion tech : wearable technologies for costuming, cosplay, and everyday, Joan Horvath, Lyn Hoge, Rich Cameron. 646.478 HOR
- Runway : the spectacle of fashion, Alix Browne. 746.92 BRO
- Russian splendor : sumptuous fashions of the Russian court, in association with the State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg. 391.0094 RUS
- The coveteur : private spaces, personal style, Stephanie Mark and Jake Rosenberg. 746.92 MAR
- The fashion of film : how cinema has inspired fashion, Amber Butchart. 746.9209 BUT
- Women in Dior : portraits of elegance, Laurence Benaim. 746.92 DIO
Film, Television & Theatre
- Bolshoi confidential : secrets of the Russian ballet from the rule of the Tsars to today, Simon Morrison. 792.8 MOR
- Performing indigenous culture on stage and screen : a harmony of frenzy, Marianne Schultz. 791 SCH
- The fifty-year mission : the complete, uncensored, unauthorized oral history of Star trek : the next 25 years from The next generation to J.J. Abrams, Mark A. Altman and Edward Gross. 791.457 ALT
Food & Wine
- 200 really easy recipes, Louise Pickford. 641.512 PIC
- A new way to dinner : a playbook of recipes and strategies for the week ahead, Amanda Hesser & Merrill Stubbs. 641.54 HES
- A taste of the valley : from our family to yours, photography by Laura Hunter. 641.5 TAS
- Best blender recipes ever : fast, healthy recipes to whip up for every meal, Rebecca Miller Ffrench. 641.589 FFR
- Chop chop : Asian-inspired family favourites, Brett McGregor ; photography by Jae Frew. 641.595 MCG
- Deliciously Ella : smoothies & juices. 641.875 WOO
- Eat smart : what to eat in a day every day, Niomi Smart. 641.5635 SMA
- Eataly : contemporary Italian cooking. 641.5945 EAT
- Elbows off the table, please : recipes to make any occasion special, Jo Seagar. 641.5 SEA
- Home brew recipe bible : an incredible array of 101 craft beer recipes from classic styles to experimental wilds, Chris Colby. 641.873 COL
- Icy creamy healthy sweet : 75 recipes for dairy-free ice cream, fruit-forward ice pops, frozen yogurt, granitas, slushies, shakes, and more, Christine Chitnis. 641.86
- Incredible bakes : that just happen to be refined-sugar free!, Caroline Griffiths. 641.5638 GRI
- Jamie Oliver's Christmas cookbook. 641.568 OLI
- Little & Friday. Every meal, Kim Evans and Sophie Beck. 641.5 EVA
- Living the farm sanctuary life : the ultimate guide to eating mindfully, living longer, and feeling better every day, Gene Baur with Gene Stone. 641.5636 BAU
- More please! : my family recipes you'll love to cook and share, Manu Feildel with Clarissa Weerasena. 641.5 FEI
- Mozza at home : more than 150 crowd-pleasing recipes for relaxed, family-style entertaining, Nancy Silverton with Carolynn Carreno. 641.5945 SIL
- New Zealand wine : the land, the vines, the people, Warren Moran. 641.22 MOR
- N'ice cream : 80+ recipes for healthy homemade vegan ice creams, Virpi Mikkonen and Tuulia Talvio. 641.862 MIK
- Outlander kitchen : the official Outlander companion cookbook, Theresa Carle-Sanders. 641.5 CAR
- Power grains : spelt, faro, freekeh, amaranth, kamut, qunoa and other ancient grains. 641.631 POW
- Powerbowls : all you need in one healthy bowl, written by Kate Turner. 641.5637 TUR
- Pret-a-portea : high-fashion bakes & biscuits, recipes by Mourad Khiat. 641.536 KHI
- Rick Stein's long weekends., Rick Stein. 641.594 STE
- Cadiz, Palermo, Copenhagen and more. Rick Stein goes in search of good food in fabulous locations, and all of them just a quick hop, skip and a jump from the UK.
- Salads & vegetables, Karen Martini. 641.65 MAR
- Samarkand : recipes & stories from Central Asia & the Caucasus, Caroline Eden & Eleanor Ford. 641.5939 EDE
- Taste of Persia : a cook's travels through Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Iran, and Kurdistan, Naomi Duguid. 641.5955 DUG
- The 30-minute cook : the best of the world's quick cooking, Nigel Slater. 641.555 SLA
- The complete gut health cookbook : everything you need to know about the gut and how to improve yours, Pete Evans with Helen Padarin. 641.5631 EVA
- The cook's table, Stephanie Alexander. 641.5 ALE
- The expert cook in enlightenment France, Sean Takats. 641.5944 TAK
- The joy of real food : over 150 raw food recipes to relish, ignite the joy of healthy eating and inspire you to change your life, Rowena Jayne. 641.563 JAY
- The skills : how to become an expert chef in your own kitchen : 120 recipes, tips and techniques, Monical Galetti ; photography by Cristian Barnett. 641.5 GAL
- The ultimate bodybuilding cookbook : high-impact recipes to make you stronger than ever, Kendall Lou Schmidt. 641.5638 SCH
- The Zen kitchen, Adam Liaw with Asami Fujitsuka. 641.5952 LIA
- Thug kitchen 101. 641.5636 THU
- A kickass kitchen primer full of healthy, plant-based recipes that you can whip up any night of the week.
- Weekday meals in minutes Holst, Simon. 641.555 HOL
Gardens and Gardening
- Bring the outside in : the essential guide to cacti, succulents, planters and terrariums, Val Bradley. 635.965 BRA
- Disobedient gardens : landscapes of contrast & contradiction, Michael Cooke & Brigid Arnott. 712 COO
- Evergreen : living with plants 635.965 EVE
- Gardenista : the definitive guide to stylish outdoor spaces, Michelle Slatalla. 712.6 SLA
- House of plants : living with succulents, air plants and cacti, Caro Langton & Rose Ray. 635.952 LAN
- Landscape lighting, Roger Narboni. 712 LAN
- Landscape of dreams : the gardens of Isabel & Julian Bannerman, Isabel & Julian Bannerman ; foreword by HRH the Prince of Wales. 712 BAN
- Patrizia Pozzi : contemporary landscape : new tales and new visions = nuovi racconti e visioni, Luca Molinari & viapiranesi. 712 POZ
- The good dirt : improving soil health for more successful gardening, Xanthe White. 631.4 WHI
Health & Medicine
- 8 steps to reverse your PCOS : a proven program to reset your hormones, repair your metabolism and restore your fertility, Fiona McCulloch. 618.1 MCC
- ADHD nation : the disorder. The drugs. The inside story, Alan Schwarz. 618.9285 SCH
- After a stroke : 500 tips for living well, Cleo Hutton. 616.81 HUT
- Awakening from Alzheimer's : how 9 maverick doctors are reversing Alzheimer's, dementia and memory loss, Peggy Sarlin. 616.831 SAR
- Connecting in the land of dementia : creative activities to explore together, Deborah Shouse. 616.831 SHO
- Diabetes type 2 : you can reverse it naturally, lose weight & restore your health, Sandra Cabot, Margaret Jasinska. 616.462 CAB
- Explain pain, David S. Butler and G. Lorimer Moseley. 616.047 BUT
- Fusion workouts : fitness, yoga, pilates, and barre, Helen Vanderburg. 613.7 VAN
- Glow kids : how screen addiction is hijacking our kids--and how to break the trance, Nicholas Kardaras. 616.8584 KAR
- Heaven in my hands : a midwife's stories of birth & life, Nancy Spencer. 618.2 SPE
- Lose it right : a brutally honest, 3-stage program to help you get fit and lose weight without losing your mind, James S. Fell and Margaret Yufera-Leitch. 613.7
- Manage your pain : practical and positive ways of adapting to chronic pain, Dr Michael Nicholas. 616.047 NIC
- Pacing : individual strategies for optimal performance, Kevin G. Thompson. 613.711 THO
- Painful yarns : metaphors & stories to help understand the biology of pain, G. Lorimer Moseley. 616.047 MOS
- Sports nutrition needs for child and adolescent athletes, Chad M. Kerksick, Elizabeth Fox. 613.7043 SPO
- The antianxiety food solution : how the foods you eat can help you calm your anxious mind, improve your mood, and end cravings, Trudy Scott. 616.8522
- The brain that changes itself : stories of personal triumph from the frontiers of brain science, Norman Doidge. 612.8 DOI
- The doctor's guide to sleep solutions for stress & anxiety : combat stress and sleep easier every night, Robert S. Rosenberg. 616.8498 ROS
- The field guide to pregnancy : navigating new territory with research, recipes, and remedies, Caylie See. 618.2 SEE
- The pill that steals lives : one woman's terrifying journey to discover the truth about antidepressants, Katinka Blackford Newman. 616.8527 NEW
- The tapping solution for pain relief : a step-by-step guide to reducing and eliminating chronic pain, Nick Ortner. 616.047 ORT
- The truth about cancer : what you need to know about cancer's history, treatment, and prevention, Ty M. Bollinger. 616.994 BOL
- Vision : how it works and what can go wrong, John E. Dowling and Joseph L. Dowling, Jr. 612.84 DOW
History, Geography & Travel
- 1941 : the America that went to war, William M. Christie. 973.917 CHR
- A kingdom of their own : the family Karzai and the Afghan disaster, Joshua Partlow. 958.104 PAR
- The key to understanding the calamitous Afghan war is the complex,
ultimately failed relationship between the powerful, duplicitous Karzai family and the U.S.--brilliantly portrayed here in its entirety for the first time by the former Washington Post Kabul bureau chief.
- Antipodes : in search of the southern continent, Avan Judd Stallard. 910.9 STA
- Atlas obscura : an explorer's guide to the world's hidden wonders, Joshua Foer, Dylan Thuras & Ella Morton. 910.2 FOE
- Atlas of improbable places : a journey to the world's most unusual corners, Travis Elborough & Alan Horsfield. 910 ELB
- Banff, Jasper & Glacier National Parks, Brendan Sainsbury, Michael Grosberg. 971 SAI
- Lonely Planet.
- Barcelona, this edition written and researched by Regis St Louis, Sally Davies. 946.72 ST
- Lonely Planet.
- Belize, this edition written and researched by Alex Egerton, Paul Harding, Daniel C Schechter. 972.82 EGE
- Lonely Planet.
- Between the wars : 1919-1939, Philip Ziegler. 909.82 ZIE
- Big history, foreword by David Christian. 909 BIG
- Big History presents the history of the world as you've never seen it.
- Cape country : seven generations of the Gordon family at Clifton, Cape Kidnappers,, Jenny Carlyon & Diana Morrow. 929.2 GOR
- Central America on a shoestring, this edition written and researched by Steve Fallon. 972.8 FAL
- Lonely Planet.
- Costa Rica : top sights, authentic experiences, this edition written and researched by Mara Vorhees, Ashley Harrell and Anna Kaminski. 972.86 VOR
- Crusoe's island : a rich and curious history of pirates, castaways and madness, Andrew Lambert. 983.255 LAM
- Curiocity : in pursuit of London, Henry Eliot & Matt Lloyd-Rose. 942.1 ELI
- Dashing for the post : the letters of Patrick Leigh Fermor, Selected and edited by Adam Sisman. 910.92 FER
- Dublin, this edition written and researched by Fionn Davenport. 941.83 DAV
- Lonely Planet.
- Four princes : Henry VIII, Francis I, Charles V, Suleiman the Magnificent and the obsessions that forged modern Europe, John Julius Norwich. 942.052 HEN
- High seas & high teas : voyaging to Australia, Roslyn Russell. 910.45 RUS
- House of snow : an anthology of the greatest writing about Nepal 954.96 HOU
- Love letters to the landscape : 54 notable New Zealanders write about the places in their hearts, compiled by Paul Little ; featuring photography by Stephen Entwistle et al. 993 LOV
- Malaysia & Singapore : top sights, authentic experiences, Written and researched by Simon Richmond. 959.5 RIC
- Lonely Planet.
- Malaysia, Singapore & Brunei, this edition written and researched by Isabel Albiston. 959.5 ALB
- Lonely Planet.
- Medieval Europe, Chris Wickham. 940.1 WIC
- Morocco : in the labyrinth of dreams and bazaars, Walter M. Weiss. 964 WEI
- Mr Barry's war : rebuilding the Houses of Parliament after the great fire of 1834, Caroline Shenton. 942.132 SHE
- New Zealand : top sights, authentic experiences, this edition written and researched by Brett Atkinson. 993 ATK
- Lonely Planet.
- New Zealand's South Island (Te Waipounamu), this edition written and researched by Charles Rawlings-Way. 993.7 RAW
- Lonely Planet.
- Nicaragua, this edition written and researched by Bridget Gleeson, Alex Egerton. 972.85 GLE
- Lonely Planet.
- Peru : top sights, authentic experiences, written and researched by Phillip Tang. 985 TAN
- Lonely Planet.
- Seeking Provence : old myths, new paths, Nicholas Woodsworth. 944.9 WOO
- Singapore, this edition written and researched by Cristian Bonetto. 959.57 BON
- Lonely Planet.
- South American handbook. 2017, Ben Box. 980 BOX
- Spain, this edition written and researched by Anthony Ham. 946 HAM
- Lonely Planet.
- Spain : top sights, authentic experiences, Written and researched by Anthony Ham. 946 HAM
- Lonely Planet.
- Sudan : the failure and division of an African state, Richard Cockett. 962.404 COC
- Tales from the backroads : a journey through the South Island's heartland, written by Mike Crean ; photography by David Hallett. 993.7 CRE
- Thailand : top sights, authentic experiences, Written and researched by China Williams. 959.3 WIL
- Lonely Planet.
- The beauty of Canterbury, photographs by Graeme Matthews. 993.8 MAT
- Showing the scenic beauty of Canterbury from north to South including Christchurch city and
- The death of the nation and the future of the Arab revolution, Vijay Prashad. 956.054 PRA
- This fast-paced and timely book from Vijay Prashad is the best critical primer to
the Middle East conflicts today, from Syria and Saudi Arabia to the chaos in Turkey.
- The history of England. Volume IV, Revolution, Peter Ackroyd. 941.06 ACK
- The Jet project : a 600-day global ed-venture with my son, Sam Pease. 910.41 PEA
- Ever dreamt of running away to see the world? Best-selling author Sam Pease did exactly that. For nearly two years. With her son Jet.
- The plots against Hitler, Danny Orbach. 943.086 HIT
- The road to Santiago : walking the way of St James, Rene Freund. 914.6048 FRE
- The rough guide to South Africa, Lesotho & Swaziland, this eighth edition updated by Hilary Heuler. 968 ROU
- The rough guide to Wales, Tim Burford, Norm Longley and James Stewart. 942.9 BUR
- The Third Reich in power 1933-1939, Richard J. Evans. 943.086 EVA
- The tunnels : escapes under the Berlin Wall and the historic films the JFK White House tried to kill, Greg Mitchell. 943.155 MIT
- The voyages of Captain James Cook : the illustrated accounts of three epic voyages, James Cook. 910.9182 COO
- Turtles in our wake, Sandra Clayton. 910.45 CLA
- Most people at some point long to escape - from the weather, the commute, the routine. Sailing off in a forty-foot boat called Voyager comes at a price, however.
- Vietnam, this edition written and researched by Iain Stewart. 959.7 STE
- Lonely Planet.
- Walking with James Hogg : the Ettrick shepherd's journeys through Scotland, Bruce Gilkison. 941.15 HOG
- White mountain : real and imagined journeys in the Himalayas, Robert Twigger. 954.96 TWI
- Alan Lacer's woodturning projects & techniques. 684.083 LAC
- Building and operating a realistic model railway : a guide to running a layout like an actual railway, Allen Jackson. 625.19 JAC
House & Garden
- A way home : building a new life and a strawbale house in Central Otago : one woman's inspirational story, Jillian Sullivan. 693.9 SUL
- Annie Sloan paints everything : step-by-step projects for your entire home, from walls, floors, and furniture, to curtains, blinds, pillows, and shades, Annie Sloan. 745.72
- Around that time : Horst at home in Vogue, Valentine Lawford. 747.0904 LAW
- Domus : a journey into Italy's most creative interiors, Oberto Gili, Marella Caracciolo Chia. 747.0945 GIL
- Elemental living : contemporary houses in nature. 720.47 ELE
- How to build a natural swimming pool : the complete guide to healthy swimming at home, Wolfram Kircher and Andreas Thon. 690.896 KIR
- In the mood for colour : perfect palettes for creative interiors, Hans Blomquist. 747.94 BLO
- Life unstyled : how to embrace imperfection and create a home you love, Emily Henson. 747 HEN
- Living design, Jamie Durie & Nadine Bush. 747 DUR
- Living in the countryside = vivre a la campagne, Barbara & Rene Stoeltie ; edited by Angelika Taschen. 728.37 STO
- Mr. Ken Fulk's magical world, Ken Fulk. 747 FUL
- Working out of The Magic Factory, a 15,000- square-foot think tank in San Francisco, Ken Fulk specializes in interior design, special events, and architecture.
- Patina Farm, Brooke Giannetti and Steve Giannetti. 728.6097 GIA
- A few years ago Brooke and Steve Giannetti decided to leave their suburban Santa Monica home to follow their dream of building Patina Farm in Ojai, California.
- The lamps of Tiffany Studios : nature illuminated, the Neustadt collection at the New-York Historical Society, Margaret K. Hofer with Rebecca Klassen ; photography by Colin Cooke. 749.63
- The log cabin book : a complete builder's guide to small homes and shelters, Oliver Kemp. 694 KEM
- Tiny house living : tiny home woodworking plans & interior design ideas for living in less than 400 square feet and feel large, Tamra Brookings. 728.37 BRO
- Upcyclist : reclaimed and remade furniture, lighting and interiors, Antonia Edwards. 749 EDW
- Woodwork projects for your garden and porch : simple, functional, and rustic decor you can build yourself, Mattias Wenblad. 684.08 WEN
- The book of senior jokes : (the ones you can remember), Geoff Tibballs. 808.87 TIB
- We chose to speak of war and strife : the world of the foreign correspondent, John Simpson. 070.433 SIM
- Imbeciles : the Supreme Court, American eugenics, and the sterilization of Carrie Buck, Adam Cohen. 344.048 COH
- Nevill's trusts drafting handbook, Sarah Parsons. 346.059 PAR
- The European Union : politics and policies, Jonathan Olsen, John McCormick. 341.2422 OLS
- Being evidence based in library and information practice, Denise Koufogiannakis and Alison Brettle. 020 BEI
- Crash course in library services for seniors, Ann Roberts and Stephanie G. Bauman. 027.62 ROB
- Keeping on keeping on, Alan Bennett. 822.914 BEN
- Alan Bennett's third collection of prose follows in the footsteps of the phenomenally successful Writing Home and Untold Stories, each published ten years apart.
- The boy behind the curtain, Tim Winton. 823.914 WIN
- The remarkable true stories in The Boy Behind the Curtain reveal an intimate and rare view of Tim Winton's imagination at work and play.
- The divine madness of Philip K. Dick, Kyle Arnold. 813.54 ARN
- Widely recognized as one of the most imaginative writers of the 20th century, Philip K. Dick helped to shape science fiction into the popular genre it is today.
- The man who invented fiction : how Cervantes ushered in the modern world, William Egginton. 863.32 CER
- The new torchlight list : in search of the best modern authors, Jim Flynn. 809.3 FLY
- The simplest words : a storyteller's journey, Alex Miller ; selected and arranged by Stephanie Miller. 828.914 MIL
- These short stories and essays, written over the last forty years, comprise an insightful and intelligent meditation on the life of the novelist and the culture of contemporary Australia.
- Vanity Fair's writers on writers, Graydon Carter. 809 VAN
- An illustrated encyclopedia of the uniforms of the Roman world : a detailed study of the armies of Rome and their enemies, including the Etruscans, Samnites, Carthaginians, Celts, Macedonians,
Gauls, Huns, Sassanids, Persians and Turks, Kevin F. Kiley. 355.14 KIL
- Fighting cockpits : in the pilot's seat of great military aircraft from World War I to today, Donald Nijboer. 623.7464 NIJ
- McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom : 1958 onwards (all marks) : owners' workshop manual, Ian Black. 623.7464 PHA
- Phantom boys : true tales from the UK operators of the McDonnell Douglas F-4, Richard Pike. 623.7464 PHA
- Rogue heroes : the history of the SAS, Britain's secret special forces unit that sabotaged the Nazis and changed the nature of the war, Ben MacIntyre. 940.541
- Tornado boys : thrilling tales from the men and women who have operated this indomitable modern-day bomber, Ian Hall. 358.43 HAL
- A short history of the motorcycle, Richard Hammond. 629.2275 HAM
Music & Musicians
- 1966 : the year the decade exploded, Jon Savage. 781.64 SAV
- Altamont : the Rolling Stones, the Hells Angels, and the inside story of rock's darkest day, Joel Selvin. 782.42 SEL
- Boss : Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band : the illustrated history, Gillian G. Gaar. 782.4216 GAA
- Essential elements for guitar. Book 2 : comprehensive guitar method, Bob Morris. 787.87193 MOR
- Goodnight and good riddance : how thirty-five years of John Peel helped to shape modern life, David Cavanagh. 791.44028 PEE
- A chronological history of 265 programmes presented by John Peel between 1967 and 2003.
- The age of Bowie : how David Bowie made a world of difference, Paul Morley. 781.66 BOW
- The musical instrument desk reference : a guide to how band and orchestral instruments work, Michael J. Pagliaro. 784 PAG
- Britain's birds : an identification guide to the birds of Britain and Ireland, Rob Hume. 598.0941 HUM
- Collins life-size birds : the only guide to show British birds at their actual size, Rob Read and Paul Sterry. 598.0941 STE
- Planet Earth II : a new world revealed, Stephen Moss ; foreword by David Attenborough. 508 MOS
- 10 years on from the first, groundbreaking, Planet Earth, we use the most incredible advances in technology and scientific discovery to bring you the most exciting and immersive picture of our world's wildlife yet.
- Project Kiwi : how one man's passion for the land hatched New Zealand's first community kiwi sanctuary, Sue Hoffart. 598.54 HOF
- Parenting through the storm : find help, hope, and strength when your child has psychological problems, Ann Douglas. 618.9289 DOU
- Jacked up and unjust : Pacific Islander teens confront violent legacies, Katherine Irwin and Karen Umemoto. 305.235 IRW
- No 1 neighbour : art in Papua New Guinea 1966-2016. 709.953 NO
- Winding up the British Empire in the Pacific Islands, W. David McIntyre. 325.341 MCI
Pets & Animals
- A friend for life, Battersea Dogs & Cats Home with Punteha Van Terheyden. 636.7 FRI
- Cat wars : the devastating consequences of a cuddly killer, Peter P. Marra and Chris Santella. 636.8 MAR
- Cat Wars tells the story of the threats free-ranging cats pose to biodiversity and public health throughout the world, and sheds new light on the controversies surrounding the management of the explosion of these cat populations.
- Good dog! : New Zealand writers on dogs, Stephanie Johnson. 636.7 GOO
- Nigel : my family and other dogs, Monty Don. 636.7 DON
- Peggy and Me, Miranda Hart. 636.7 HAR
- Hello dear book browser and welcome to Peggy and Me. The story of my life since getting a beautiful Shih-Tzu Bichon Frise cross puppy.
- The horse whisperer : when he talks, horses listen, Andrew Froggatt ; with Leslie Van Gelder. 636.1083 FRO
- The lion in the living room : how house cats tamed us and took over the world, Abigail Tucker. 636.8 TUC
- The secret language of dogs : unlocking the canine mind for a happier pet, Victoria Stilwell. 636.7 STI
- Wild babies : photographs of baby animals from giraffes to hummingbirds, Traer Scott. 778.932 SCO
Philosophy & Psychology
- Architects of the culture of death, Donald De Marco and Benjamin D. Wiker. 902 DEM
- 100 photographs : the most influential images of all time, editor, Ben Goldberger. 779 ONE
- A beauty collected : a captivating ABC book to discover the beauty around you, Rachel Garahan. 779 GAR
- Her : meditations on being female, Marjorie Salvaterra. 779 SAL
- Stunning portraits capture the essence of women, their emotions, and their struggles within themselves and in their relationships with the world in general.
- Life on Instagram : 2017. 779 LIFE
- Photography reinvented : the collection of Robert E. Meyerhoff and Rheda Becker, compiled by Sarah Greenough. 779 MEY
- Slim Aarons women, photographs by Slim Aarons ; written & edited by Laura Hawk. 778.92 AAR
Politics & Government
- Islamic exceptionalism : how the struggle over Islam is reshaping the world, Shadi Hamid. 320.557 HAM
- The Brexit club : the inside story of the Leave campaign's shock victory, Owen Bennett. 328.2 BEN
- Who is Hillary Clinton? : two decades of answers from the Left, introduction by Katha Pollitt ; edited by Richard Kreitner. 973.929 CLI
- Gottfried Lindauer's New Zealand : the Maori portraits, Ngahiraka Mason and Zara Stanhope. 759.993 LIN
- Mauri ora : wisdom from the Maori world, Peter Alsop & Te Rau Kupenga. 398.9 ALS
Religion & Ethics
- A call to mercy : hearts to love, hands to serve, Mother Teresa. 234.5 TER
- Being disciples : essentials of the Christian life, Rowan Williams. 248.4 WIL
- Christmas in the crosshairs : two thousand years of denouncing and defending the world's most celebrated holiday, Gerry Bowler. 263.915 BOW
- God on mute : engaging the silence of unanswered prayer, Pete Greig. 248.3 GRE
- Grace, not perfection : embracing simplicity, celebrating joy, Emily Ley. 248.84 LEY
- How Jesus became God : the exaltation of a Jewish preacher from Galilee, Bart D. Ehrman. 232 EHR
- John the Baptist and the last Gnostics : the secret history of the Mandaeans, Andrew Phillip Smith. 299.932 SMI
- Present over perfect : leaving behind frantic for a simpler, more soulful way of living, Shauna Niequist. 248.4 NIE
- Sacred histories in secular New Zealand, Geoffrey Troughton and Stuart Lange. 279.3 SAC
- Sacred Histories in Secular New Zealand sheds light on previously unexamined pockets of New Zealand's history, from missionaries and Maori martyrs to charismatic preachers and puritan novelists, from sectarian conflict and competition to increased cooperation and ecumenism.
- Switch on your brain : the key to peak happiness, thinking, and health, Dr. Caroline Leaf. 248.4 LEA
- The beauty and the horror, Richard Harries. 214 HAR
- Life is at once wonderful and appalling, beautiful and horrific. How can we live with this contradiction?
- The book of joy, His Holiness the Dalai Lama and Archbishop Desmond Tutu with Douglas Abrams. 294.34 BST
- The cost : my life on a terrorist hit list, Ali Husnain with J. Chester. 275 HUS
- Born into a prominent Shia Muslim family in Pakistan, Ali had it all prestige, security, wealth,
social status. The Cost is the extraordinary story of his dramatic encounter with Jesus that would change everything.
- The seat of the soul, Gary Zukav. 299.93 ZUK
- A fortunate universe : life in a finely-tuned cosmos, Geraint F. Lewis, Luke A. Barnes. 576.83 LEW
- Calculating the cosmos : how mathematics unveils the universe, Ian Stewart. 523.1 STE
- Dinosaurs : how they lived and evolved, Darren Naish & Paul Barrett. 567.9 NAI
- Easy as pi : maths made simple, Liz Strachan. 510 STR
- How long is now? : fascinating answers to 191 mind-boggling questions : questions and answers from the popular 'Last word' column, Frank Swain. 502 HOW
- Spaceships : an illustrated history of the real and the imagined, Ron Miller. 629.47 MIL
- Stalin and the scientists : a history of triumph and tragedy, 1905-1953, Simon Ings. 509 ING
- The intimate universe : how the stars are closer than you think, Marek Kukula. 520 KUK
- The unburnt egg : more stories of a museum curator, Brian Gill. 508.074 GIL
- Timekeepers, Simon Garfield. 529 GAR
- Not so long ago we timed our lives by the movement of the sun. These days our time arrives atomically and insistently, and our lives are propelled by the notion that we will never have enough of the one thing we crave the most.
- Welcome to the universe : an astrophysical tour, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Michael A. Strauss, J. Richard Gott. 523.1 TYS
- Empower me : the magic is in believing it's possible, Rebecca Morris. 158.1 MOR
- Getting the love you want : a guide for couples, Harville Hendrix. 306.872 HEN
- How to hygge : the secrets of Nordic living, Signe Johansen. 158.1 JOH
- Life without envy : ego management for creative people, Camille DeAngelis. 158.1 DEA
- Loving my actual life : an experiment in relishing what's right in front of me, Alexandra Kuykendall. 248.84 KUY
- O's little guide to starting over, the editors of O, The Oprah Magazine. 155.333 O
- Overcoming anger and irritability : a self-help guide using cognitive behavioural techniques, William Davies. 152.47 DAV
- Rise sister rise : a guide to unleashing the wise, wild woman within, Rebecca Campbell. 158.1 CAM
- Army wives : from Crimea to Afghanistan : the real lives of the women behind the men in uniform, Midge Gillies. 355.1 GIL
- Disabled people and housing : choices, opportunities and barriers, Laura Hemingway. 363.59 HEM
- Do it yourself caskets and coffins, Steven J. Fray. 684.08 FRE
- Future sex, Emily Witt. 306.7 WIT
- An open-minded, honest account of the contemporary pursuit of connection and pleasure.
- Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 : why it disappeared and why it's only a matter of time before this happens again, David Soucie. 363.12465 SOU
- See something, say nothing : a Homeland Security officer exposes the government's submission to jihad, Philip Haney & Art Moore. 303.62 HAN
- The field of fight : how to win the global war against radical Islam and its allies, Lt. General Michael T. Flynn and Michael Ledeen. 363.32 FLY
- The global sexual revolution : destruction of freedom in the name of freedom, Gabriele Kuby. 306.7 KUB
- The war on cops : how the new attack on law and order makes everyone less safe, Heather Mac Donald. 363.2 MCD
- Third sector/Not-for-profit sector recovery in post-earthquake Christchurch : research and report commissioned by the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority (CERA), Dr. Chrys Horn, Sarah Wylie,
Jane Mountier. 361.76 HOR
- This chair rocks : a manifesto against ageism, Ashton Applewhite. 305.26 APP
- Trainwreck : the women we love to hate, mock, and fear and why, Sady Doyle. 305.4 DOY
- This book dissects a centuries-old phenomenon and asks what it means now, in a time when we have unprecedented access to celebrities and civilians alike, and when women are pushing harder than ever against the boundaries of what it means to behave.
- Unsportsmanlike conduct : college football and the politics of rape, Jessica Luther. 364.1532 LUT
Sport & Recreation
- A bunk for the night : a guide to New Zealand's best backcountry huts, Shaun Barnett, Rob Brown, Geoff Spearpoint. 728.73 BAR
- A year in the saddle : 365 stories from the world of cycle sport, Giles Belbin. 796.6 BEL
- American endurance : Buffalo Bill, the Great Cowboy Race of 1893, and the vanishing Wild West, Richard A. Serrano. 798.4 SER
- American Endurance : The Great Cowboy Race and the Vanishing Wild West depicts nine cowboys as they race thousands of miles across the American prairie to the Chicago World's Fair in 1893.
- Angling days : a fly fisher's journals, Robert DeMott. 799.12 DEM
- Behind the silver fern : the players speak, Tony Johnson, Lynn McConnell. 796.3336 JOH
- Gymnastics : how to create champions : the theory and methodology of training top-class gymnasts, Arkaev/Suchilin. 796.44 ARK
- Mountains : epic cycling climbs, Michael Blann. 796.6 BLA
- Power games : a political history of the Olympics, Jules Boykoff. 796.48 BOY
- Rowing faster, Volker Nolte, editor. 797.123 ROW
- Run the world : my 3,500-mile journey through running cultures around the globe, Becky Wade. 796.42 WAD
- Running to extremes : the legendary athletes of ultrarunning, Scott Ludwig with Bonnie Busch [and 5 others]. 796.425 LUD
- Scuba diving safety, Dan Orr, Eric Douglas. 797.23 ORR
- Stag doo : all new rip-roaring yarns, from 'Big Al' Lester. 799.2 LES
- The hockey coaching bible, Joe Bertagna, editor. 796.962 HOC
- The Kiwi pair, Hamish Bond & Eric Murray with Scotty Stevenson. 797.123 BON
- Since competing at their first race meeting together in 2009, the powerhouse duo of rowers Hamish Bond and Eric Murray have never been beaten.
- The road to Sparta : reliving the ancient battle and epic run that inspired the world's greatest footrace, Dean Karnazes. 796.42 KAR
- The Shotokan karate bible : beginner to black belt, Ashley P. Martin. 796.8153 MAR
- Worms to catch, Guy Martin. 796.75 MAR
- In his brand new book, discover how Britain's favourite daredevil fills his time when road racing is taken out of the equation. He set about breaking records on the world's biggest Wall of Death, cycling 2,745 miles across the length of the United States.
- WWE encyclopedia : the definitive guide to WWE, Kevin Sullivan. 796.812 SUL
Trains, Boats, Planes
- A chronology of aviation : a day-by-day history of a century of powered flight, Jim Winchester. 629.1309 WIN
- British Rail class 20 locomotives, Pip Dunn. 385.36 DUN
- Grand Central : how a train station transformed America, Sam Roberts. 385.31 ROB
- How to make a spaceship : a band of renegades, an epic race and the birth of private space flight, Julian Guthrie. 387.8 GUT
- Ocean ships, Allan Ryszka-Onions. 387.24 RYS
- 44 days : 75 Squadron and the fight for Australia, Michael Veitch. 940.544 VEI
- Crete 1941 : the battle and the resistance, Antony Beevor. 940.5421 BEE
- Eichmann in Jerusalem : a report on the banality of evil, Hannah Arendt ; introduction by Amos Elon. 940.5318 ARE
- Hannah Arendt's authoritative report on the trial of Nazi leader Adolf Eichmann includes further factual material that came to light after the trial, as well as Arendt's postscript directly addressing the controversy that arose over her account.
- Killing the Rising Sun : how America vanquished World War II Japan, Bill O'Reilly and Martin Dugard. 940.5426 ORE
- No parachute : a classic account of war in the air in WWI in letters written in 1917 by Lieutenant A.S.G. Lee, Sherwood Forresters, attached Royal Flying Corps, Arthur Gould Lee. 940.44 LEE
- Operation Big Ben : the anti-V2 Spitfire missions, Craig Cabell. 940.544 CAB
- Spies in the Congo : America's atomic mission in World War II, Susan Williams. 967.51 WIL
- The face of battle : a study of Agincourt, Waterloo and the Somme, John Keegan. 355.4 KEE