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

Art & Architecture

1920s Berlin, Rainer Metzger [and three others]709.43 MET
Between the paroxysms of two world wars, Berlin in the 1920s was a carpe diem cultural heyday, replete with groundbreaking art, invention, and thought.
Albert Oehlen, Hans Werner Holzwarth with texts by Roberto Ohrt, Martin Prinzhorn, John Corbett759.3 OEH
In this expansive monograph, we meet the full range of Oehlen's artistic thoughts and approaches: paintings that integrate mirrors, paintings that are executed strictly in primary colors or only in gray, heavily pixelated paintings produced with the help of one of the first personal computers. A collection of shorter texts and quotes from the artist bring us close to the ideas of an artist who has been dubbed 'the most resourceful abstract painter alive.
Artistic glass : one studio & fifty years of stained glass, Cloe Joel Aigner748.5 AIG
A large format art book, contextualizing the history of stained glass in Canada and showcasing the life and work of Josef Aigner, an artist and master craftsman whose 50 year career has had a lasting impact on the Canadian art landscape.
Artists' letters : Leonardo da Vinci to David Hockney, Michael Bird709.2 ART
Behind the privets : classic Hamptons houses, text by Richard Barons728.37 BAR
Candida Hoefer : libraries, essay by Umberto Eco727.8 HOF
This striking book shows the world's most beautiful libraries through Candida Hoefer's mesmerizing photographs.
Contemporary cottages, Molly Hyde English728.37 ENG
Country homes in Australia : 30 years of life on the land, Country Style728.37 COU
Courtyard living : contemporary houses of the Asia-Pacific, Charmaine Chan728.37 CHA
Design history handbook, Domitilla Dardi, Vanni Pasca745.4 DAR
Duveen Brothers and the market for decorative arts, 1880-1940, Charlotte Vignon709.2 DUV
Edgy architecture : living in the most impossible places, Agata Toromanoff728.37 TOR
Forgotten masters : Indian painting for the East India Company, William Dalrymple759.954 DAL
As the East India Company extended its sway across India in the late eighteenth century, many remarkable artworks were commissioned by Company officials from Indian painters who had previously worked for the Mughals.
Generation next : architects & interior designers defining tomorrow.747 GEN
Giorgio de Chirico : the changing face of metaphysical art, Victoria Noel-Johnson759.5 DE
The first overview in decades of the eerie allegories of de Chirico, forefather of surrealism and genius of uncanny connections.
Graphic Artists Guild handbook : pricing & ethical guidelines, Guild Artists Guild741.6 GRA
Greek and Roman mosaics, Umberto Pappalardo, Rosaria Ciardiello738.5 PAP
Inside Tangier : houses & gardens, Nicol= Castellini Baldissera747 BAL
Interior designer Nicol= Castellini Baldissera joins forces with fashion and interiors photographer Guido Taroni to showcase the most beautiful homes Inside Tangier.
Inspired by the East : how the Islamic world influenced Western art, William Greenwood and Lucien de Guise709.4 INS
Introduction to modern design : its history from the eighteenth century to the present, George H. Marcus745.4 MAR
Islamic geometric design, Eric Broug709.176 BRO
Maiolino : Anna Maria Maiolino : making love revolutionary.759.981 MAI
Accompanying the first major UK solo exhibition of her work, this comprehensive publication charts five decades of Brazil-based artist Anna Maria Maiolino, one of the defining female voices of her generation.
Modern colored pencil : a playful and contemporary exploration of colored pencil drawing, Chelsea Ward741.24 WAR
Learn to use colored pencils and watercolor pencils to create vibrant, exciting works of art.
Patterns in art : a closer look at the old masters, Francesca Leoneschi; text by Silvia Lazzaris745.4 LEO
Rembrandt's light, Jennifer Scott and Helen Hillyard759.9492 REM
Rembrandt's Light brings together paintings, etchings and drawings that focus on Rembrandt's mastery of visual storytelling through light, concentrating on the period from 1639-58, when he lived in his 'dream house' on the Breestraat in the heart of Amsterdam.
Rooms with a history : interiors and their inspirations, Ashley Hicks747 HIC
Rory McEwen : the colours of reality.759.9411 MCE
His paintings have been an inspiration to later generations of botanical artists and his work can be found in collections around the world, including the MoMA, the Tate, the British Museum, and the National Gallery of Modern Art Scotland.
So far : eight artists/eight stories, Anne Stonehouse with James McDonald709.94 STO
All the artists work in the Arts Project Australia studio, and each story is testament to their commitment, talent and the role that making art plays in their lives.
The art of looking up, Catherine McCormack751.73 MCC
The Art of Looking Up surveys 40 spectacular ceilings around the globe that have been graced by the brushes of artists including Michelangelo, Marc Chagall and Cy Twombly.
The artist's garden : the secret spaces that inspired great art, Jackie Bennett704.943 BEN
The best of Grand Designs Australia. Volume 2, [editor and writer, Chris Pearson]728.0994 PEA
The interpretation matters handbook : artspeak revisited, Dany Louise700.1 LOU
The Interpretation Matters Handbook is all about the writing produced by art galleries for public information. This book humourously challenges your preconceived ideas and interrogates accepted notions of the art language found in galleries.
The splendor of St. Petersburg : art & life in late imperial palaces of Russia, Thierry Morel & Elizaveta Renne728.82 MOR
Thinking 3D : books, images and ideas from Leonardo to the present, Daryl Green and Laura Moretti709 THI
Transformations : art and the city, Elizabeth M. Grierson711.4 TRA
The contributors explore the interactions between people and their urban surroundings through site-specific art and creative practices, tracing the ways in which people inhabit, imagine, and shape their cities.
World wonders : discover the secrets of our planet's iconic structures, Michal Gaszynski720.9 GAS


A bookshop in Berlin : the rediscovered memoir of one woman's harrowing escape from the Nazis, Francoise Frenkel940.5318 FRE
In 1921, Francoise Frenkel--a Jewish woman from Poland--fulfills a dream. She opens La Maison du Livre, Berlin's first French bookshop, attracting artists and diplomats, celebrities and poets. The shop becomes a haven for intellectual exchange as Nazi ideology begins to poison the culturally rich city.
A radical romance : a memoir of love, grief and consolation, Alison Light941.085 LIG
Alison Light met the radical social historian, Raphael Samuel, in London in 1986. Twenty years her senior, Raphael was a charismatic socialist from a very different background to Alison's working-class family. Within a year they were married. Within ten, Raphael would be dead.
A small door set in concrete : one woman's story of challenging borders in Israel/Palestine, Ilana Hammerman956.94 HAM
A Woman on Her Own, the latest book by Israeli writer Ilana Hammerman, is an episodic book, marrying stories of protest and more personal interludes on larger moral issues at play in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Acid for the children : a memoir Flea.781.66 FLE
The strange tale of a boy named Flea starts in Rye, NY. It was all very normal. But soon his parents divorced and his mother Patricia remarried a jazz musician. Flea's stepfather frequently invited musicians to his house for jam sessions which sparked Flea's interest in music.
Against my will : groomed, trapped and abused : this is my true story of survival, Sophie Crockett616.8588 CRO
Sophie Crockett spent most of her childhood suffering from crippling anxiety. Diagnosed with Asperger's syndrome, she became a virtual prisoner in her own home, afraid to venture outside. After battling with depression, eating disorders and self-harm, Sophie had the courage to re-enter society in her late teens.
An unquiet mind : a memoir of moods and madness, Kay Redfield Jamison616.895 JAM
An Unquiet Mind is a definitive examination of manic depression from both sides: doctor and patient, the healer and the healed. A classic memoir of enormous candour and courage, it teems with the wit and wisdom of its creator.
Autogiro pioneer : the life of Jack Richardson, Nicholas Richardson629.13092 RIC
A vivid account of the varied life and adventures of Jack Richardson (1899-1987). The book is based on his memoirs, which have been edited by his son. In the 1930s he worked for Juan de la Cierva, the inventor of the Autogiro (the forerunner of the helicopter), and was the first person to obtain a commercial pilot's licence as an Autogiro pilot.
Beautiful on the outside : a memoir, Adam Rippon796.91 RIP
Former Olympic figure skater Rippon showcases his funny and inspiring personality in this entertaining memoir. From traveling to practices on the Greyhound bus next to ex-convicts to being so poor he could only afford to eat the free apples at his gym, Rippon got through the toughest times with a smile on his face, a glint in his eye, and quip ready for anyone listening.
Becoming a dangerous woman : embracing risk to change the world, Pat Mitchell384.55 MIT
Today, as the curator of the global TEDWomen conference., she is a dangerous woman because of her lifelong insistence on redefining power on her terms, and in leveraging that power to manifest her vision of a better world. Here she offers mentoring to women who want to manifest their own personal or public uprisings.
Becoming C. S. Lewis : a biography of young Jack Lewis (1898-1918), Harry Lee Poe823.912 LEW
Slowing down to focus on his younger years, this detailed portrait of "Jack" Lewis helps us discover seeds of what would inform his later writings such as his delight in literature, his key relationships, his suffering and struggles, and his intense pursuit of joy.
Castaway : the extraordinary survival story of Narcisse Pelletier, a young French cabin boy shipwrecked on Cape York in 1858, Robert Macklin994.3 PEL
Commute : an illustrated memoir of female shame, Erin Williams306.7 WIL
In Commute, we follow author and illustrator Erin Williams on her daily commute to and from work, punctuated by recollections of sexual encounters as well as memories of her battle with alcoholism, addiction, and recovery.
Conversations with RBG : Ruth Bader Ginsburg on life, love, liberty, and law, Jeffrey Rosen347.014 GIN
This is a remarkable and unique book, an informal portrait of Justice Ginsburg, drawing on a series of her conversations with Rosen, starting in the 1990s and continuing through the Trump era.
Crazy man crazy : the Bill Haley story, Bill Haley Jr. and Peter Benjaminson. 781.66 HAL
Bill Haley was the man who brought rock 'n' roll into the mainstream, starting with "Crazy Man, Crazy" that became the first rock 'n' roll song to break the Billboard Top 20 in 1953. His success made him an idol not only in the US but throughout the world.
Dancing to my death with the love called cancer, Daniel O'Leary362.196994 OLE
This book is incredibly raw and an honest account of the author's cancer journey. It pulls no punches in terms of Daniel's struggles to cope with the diagnosis, the challenges of cancer treatment and the emotional rollercoaster of facing his own death.
Diving into glass, Caro Llewellyn362.196834 LEE
Caro Llewellyn was living her dream life in her adopted home of New York, directing an international literary festival. Then one day, running in Central Park, she lost all sensation in her legs. Two days later she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.
Double crossed : a code of honour, a complete betrayal, Brian Wood956.7044 WOO
Honoured by the Queen. Rewarded with betrayal. At the age of 23, with his superiors killed or wounded, Brian Wood was thrust into the front line in Iraq, in the infamous Battle of Danny Boy. Under ambush, he led a bayonet charge across open ground with at least 30 insurgents firing at just three soldiers.
Dying for a drink, Amelia Baker362.292 BAK
Dying for a Drink is a true story of the chaos and hurt caused by an alcoholic. The author, telling her own story, writes of time spent in multiple rehabs, both in the United Kingdom and Sydney, Australia. She writes in the hope that her story will encourage others alcoholics and addicts (which can be anybody addicted to anything) that they will see in their own stories the similarities rather than the differences.
Echoes : the Hampton Grease Band, my life, my music and how I stopped having panic attacks, Glenn Phillips781.66 PHI
Glenn Phillips is a critically acclaimed guitarist and composer who's released 20 albums over the past 50 years.
Eleanor of Aquitaine : Queen of France and England, mother of empires, Sara Cockerill942.031 ELE
In the competition for remarkable queens, Eleanor of Aquitaine tends to win. In fact her story sometimes seems so extreme it ought to be made up.
Elizabeth Widville, Lady Grey : Edward IV's chief mistress, and the 'Pink Queen', John Ashdown-Hill942.044 ELI
Wife to Edward IV and mother to the Princes in the Tower and later Queen Elizabeth of York, Elizabeth Widville was a central figure during the War of the Roses. Much of her life is shrouded in speculation and myth; even her name, commonly spelled as Woodville', is a hotly contested issue.
Federer : portrait of a tennis legend, Iain Spragg796.342 FED
Forty-seven years aloft : from Cold War fighters & flying the PM to commercial jets : a pilot's remarkable story during the golden era of British aviation, Brian Burdett629.13092 BUR
Halfbreed, Maria Campbell971.2 CAM
An unflinchingly honest memoir of her experience as a Metis woman in Canada, Maria Campbell's Halfbreed depicts the realities that she endured and, above all, overcame.
Happiness and tears : the Ken Dodd story, Louis Barfe792.7 DOD
In this, the first serious biographical assessment of Ken Dodd since the death of the feather duster-wielding Liverpudlian in spring 2018, respected historian of British light entertainment Louis Barfe charts the life and extraordinarily long comedic career of a man whose career straddled the very tail end of variety and the golden age of television comedy.
Heart and soul : my story, Paul Gallen with David Riccio796.3338 GAL
Paul Gallen's career in rugby league is extraordinary. For his club, his state and his country he's given everything he's got, and then some. He's captained his club, The Cronulla Sharks, to their first every premiership, he's led the NSW Blues to a drought-breaking series win in 2014, and he's played more than 30 tests for his country.
Hell is round the corner, Tricky with Andrew Perry781.66 TRI
Tricky is one of the most original music artists to emerge from the UK in the past 30 years. His signature sound, coupled with deep, questioning lyrics, took the UK by storm in the early 1990s and was part of the soundtrack that defined the post-rave generation.
Hot spot of invention : Charles Stark Draper, MIT, and the development of inertial guidance and navigation, Thomas Wildenberg629.13251 WIL
Charles Stark Draper, often referred to as 'The Father of Inertial Navigation,' was the moving force behind the development of the floated gyroscope in the United States. He was an engineer, a scientist, and an inventor; an inspiring teacher; and a dynamic leader responsible for creating the laboratory that brought inertial navigation to fruition for operational use in submarines, aircraft, and space vehicles.
Hunky dory (who knew?) : the best I can remember from twenty years at the heart of '60s and '70s rock and pop, Laurence Myers781.66 MYE
Laurence Myers was the impresario behind some of the biggest names in British rock and pop in the 1960s and 1970s. In Hunky Dory (Who Knew?), Laurence tells the tale of his extraordinary life and career for the very first time, from humble beginnings to his big break in the music business.
I am C-3PO : the inside story, Anthony Daniels791.43028 DAN
C-3PO is one of Star Wars' most iconic characters, and Daniels is the man who knows him best. With his gleaming golden body and good-intentioned (yet worrisome) personality, the droid was there at the very beginning; he even spoke the first words uttered in any Star Wars movie.
I saw Ramallah, Mourid Barghouti892.7 BAR
In 1966, the Palestinian poet Mourid Barghouti, then twenty-two, left his country to return to university in Cairo. A year later came the Six Day War and Barghouti, like many Palestinians living abroad, was denied entry into his homeland. Thirty years later, he was finally allowed to visit Ramallah, the city he had grown up in.
I was Hitler's pilot : the memoirs of Hans Baur, Hans Baur629.13092 BAU
A decorated First World War pilot, Hans Baur was one of the leading commercial aviators of the 1920s before being before becoming Adolf Hitler's personal pilot, a role he first undertook during the election campaign in 1932. Hitler, who loathed flying, felt safe with Baur and would allow no one else to pilot him. As a result, an intimate relationship developed between the two men and it is this which gives these memoirs a special significance.
Imperial intimacies : a tale of two islands, Hazel V. Carby929.2 CAR
"Where are you from?" was the question hounding Hazel Carby as a girl in post-war London. One of the so-called brown babies of the Windrush generation, born to a Jamaican father and Welsh mother, Carby's place in her home, her neighbourhood, and her country of birth was always in doubt.
In the shadow of the eighth : my forty years working for women's health in Ireland, Peter Boylan618.2 BOY
By the time he retired in 2016 obstetrician Peter Boylan had delivered over 6,000 babies. And he had also made an invaluable contribution to women's rights in Ireland. In the Shadow of the Eighth is the story of Peter Boylan's life in medicine.
In the shadow of Vesuvius : a life of Pliny, Daisy Dunn937.06 PLI
Ash spewed into the sky. All eyes were on Vesuvius. Pliny the Elder sailed towards the phenomenon. A teenage Pliny the Younger waited. His uncle did not come back. In a dazzling new literary biography, Daisy Dunn introduces Pliny the Younger, the survivor who became a Roman lawyer, senator, poet, collector of villas, curator of drains, and representative of the Emperor.
Janis : her life and music, Holly George-Warren781.66 JOP
It's been said Janis Joplin was second only to Bob Dylan as the 'creator-recorder-embodiment of her generation's mythology'. But how did a middle-class girl from Texas become a '60s countercultural icon?
Jay-Z : made in America, Michael Eric Dyson781.66 JAY
JAY-Z: Made in America is the fruit of Michael Eric Dyson's decade of teaching the work of one of the greatest poets this nation has produced, as gifted a wordsmith as Walt Whitman, Robert Frost and Rita Dove. But as a rapper, he's sometimes not given the credit he deserves for just how great an artist he's been for so long.
Jet girl : my life in war, peace, and the cockpit of the world's most lethal aircraft, the F/A-18 Super Hornet, Caroline Johnson with Hof Williams359.94 JOH
Caroline Johnson was an unlikely aviation candidate. A tall blonde debutante from Colorado, she could have just as easily gone into fashion or filmmaking, and yet she went on to become an F/A-18 Super Hornet Weapons System Officer.
Lafayette in the somewhat United States, Sarah Vowell944.04 LAF
On August 16, 1824, an elderly French gentlemen sailed into New York Harbor and giddy Americans were there to welcome him. Or, rather, to welcome him back. It had been 30 years since the Revolutionary War hero the Marquis de Lafayette had last set foot in the United States, and he was so beloved that 80,000 people showed up to cheer for him.
Lenore Tawney : mirror of the universe.746 TAW
Taking the course of Lenore Tawney's life as a starting point, this publication will function as an expanded biography. It will begin with her trajectory as an artist, weaving together important events, communities of artists, and individuals who made animpact on Tawney's artistic and spiritual practice.
Life isn't everything : Mike Nichols, as remembered by 150 of his closest friends, Ash Carter and Sam Kashner791.43023 NIC
A portrait of legendary filmmaker, theater director, and comedian Mike Nichols, drawing on candid conversations with his closest friends in show business and the arts-from Dustin Hoffman and Meryl Streep to Natalie Portman and Lorne Michaels.
Long live the queens : mighty, magnificent and bloody marvellous monarchs history's forgotten, Emma Marriott352.23 MAR
This book chronicles the forgotten queens from across the globe those who ruled in their own right, and those who were wives or mothers of reigning kings.
Lost letters from Vienna, Sue Course940.5318 COU
In 1977, Sue Course discovered a box of airmail letters in the dark recesses of a cupboard, written in German. Her German was rusty, but she could see that most were from her parents and grandparents and were written from the time of the Nazi invasion of Vienna in 1938.
Love thy neighbor : a Muslim doctor's struggle for home in rural America, Ayaz Virji with Alan Eisenstock297 VIR
A powerful true story about a Muslim doctor's service to a small town and the hope of overcoming our country's climate of hostility and fear. In 2013, Dr. Ayaz Virji left a comfortable job at an East Coast hospital and moved to a town of 1,400 in Minnesota, feeling called to address the shortage of doctors in rural America. But in 2016, this decision was tested when the reliably blue, working- class county swung for Donald Trump.
Marley, Liz Flavell781.66 MAR
Most people know that Bob Marley (1945-1981) was a singer-songwriter who popularised reggae music and whose Jamaican culture and Rastafarian beliefs have attained worldwide influence. What, perhaps, they don't know is that his music inspired 7,000 prisoners of war to escape.
Michelangelo, God's architect : the story of his final years and greatest masterpiece, William E. Wallace709.45 MIC
As he entered his seventies, the great Italian Renaissance artist Michelangelo despaired that his productive years were past. Anguished by the death of friends and discouraged by the loss of commissions to younger artists, this supreme painter and sculptor began carving his own tomb.
My brother, Muhammad Ali : the definitive biography, Rahaman Ali with Fiaz Rafiq796.83 ALI
More words have been written about about Muhammad Ali than almost anyone else. And yet, until now, the one voice missing has been the one belonging to the man who knew him best.
My life and rugby : the autobiography, Eddie Jones with Donald McRae796.333 JON
Eddie Jones is one of the most experienced and decorated coaches in world rugby. He career has spanned four World Cups.
No place for a woman : the autobiography of outback publican, Mayse Young, Mayse Young with Gabrielle Dalton647.94 YOU
Pine Creek publican Mayse Young was a legend by the age of twenty. In the Northern Territory of the thirties and forties she reared seven children. She was also "mum" to hundreds of stockmen, miners and drifters for whom her hotel was the best drinking hole on the track. Here, Mayse Young writes herself into Australian legend.
Norman Hartnell : the biography, Michael Pick746.92 HAR
The first fully comprehensive biography of Norman Hartnell, largely drawing on Hartnell's forgotten rediscovered archive and private sources: the portrait of the often troubled life of the Queen s dress designer, who sprang from unlikely origins to dazzle Royalty, aristocracy, Society and international stars.
Passion is my main ingredient, Dean Brettschneider641.815 BRE
In this memoir, Dean describes his journey from a small town baker's apprentice to the Global Baker and internationally successful entrepreneur he is today.
Raw speed : my autobiography, Tai Woffinden with Peter Oakes796.75 WOF
Triple Speedway World Champion and former captain of the Great British speedway team, Tai Woffinden is one of the sport's biggest stars.
Recovering, Richie Sadlier with Dion Fanning362.292 SAD
When a career-ending injury saw former Ireland and Millwall striker Richie Sadlier retire from football at age 24, his life spiraled out of control. Without structure or a sense of purpose, and fueled by a dependency on alcohol, he spent years running from the dark memories and feelings that had haunted him since childhood. Until one day, he hit rock bottom and decided to confront his demons.
Return to the Reich : a Holocaust refugee's secret mission to defeat the Nazis, Eric Lichtblau940.5486 MAY
The remarkable story of Fred Mayer, a German-born Jew who escaped Nazi Germany only to return as an American commando on a secret mission behind enemy lines. Growing up in Germany, Freddy Mayer witnessed the Nazis' rise to power. When he was sixteen, his family made the decision to flee to the United States.
Roaring back : the fall and rise of Tiger Woods, Curt Sampson796.352 WOO
The incredible true story of Tiger Woods's dramatic return to glory at the 2019 Masters following his humbling and very public personal, physical, and professional setbacks.
Robert the Bruce : champion of a nation, Stephen Spinks941.102 ROB
Robert the Bruce is a man of both history and legend. In his lifetime he secured Scottish independence in the face of English imperial aggression under the successive leadership of Edward I and Edward II. He was the victor of Bannockburn, a self-made king against all odds, and is celebrated as a champion of the Scottish nation.
Shostakovich and football : escape to freedom, Dmitri Braginsky780.92 SHO
Shostakovich and Football looks at the personality of Dmitri Shostakovich, one of the greatest composers of the 20th century, from an unusual angle - Shostakovich was an avid football fan from an early age until the last days of his life.
Sounds happy : my life based in the Marlborough Sounds, written and illustrated by Martin Sygrove993.75 SYG
It all started with a road trip in 1974 or three brothers exploring the South Island of New Zealand. When their house-truck breaks down near Havelock, the gateway to the Sounds, they think their journey is over. But really, it has just begun...
Spice Girls : the story of the world's greatest girl band, Sean Smith781.64 SPI
Spitfire deserter? : the American pilot who went missing, Bill Simpson940.544 WAL
In the early morning of 20 April 1942, forty-seven Spitfire Vs of 601 and 603 Squadrons of the Auxiliary Air Force launched from the deck of the American aircraft carrier the USS Wasp, which had sailed to a position north of Algiers. The planes were bound for Malta. At the time, the island was under heavy siege by Axis forces. Salvatore Walcott's Spitfire never made it; he crash-landed in North Africa, part of Vichy France, and was interned.
The Black Widow, Linda Calvey364.1 CAL
If you think you know everything about the East End's toughest gangsters, think again. Meet Linda Calvey, aka the Black Widow. Growing up after the war in the East End of London, Linda falls in with local gangsters including the Krays, Freddie Foreman and Ronnie Cook.
The Cartiers : the untold story of the family behind the jewelry empire, Francesca Cartier Brickell739.27 CAR
The captivating story of the family behind the Cartier empire and the three brothers who turned their grandfather's humble Parisian jewelry store into a global luxury icon as told by a great-granddaughter with exclusive access to long-lost family archives.
The color of love : a story of a mixed-race Jewish girl, Marra B. Gad306.874 GAD
A memoir about a mixed-raced Jewish woman who chooses to help her estranged Great-Aunt Nette after she develops Alzheimer's, a disease that erases Nette's prejudices, allowing Marra to develop a relationship with the woman who shunned her in youth.
The great escaper : the life and death of Roger Bushell : love, betrayal, Big X and The great escape, Simon Pearson940.5472 BUS
Roger Bushell was 'Big X', mastermind of the mass breakout from Stalag Luft III in March 1944, immortalised in the Hollywood film The Great Escape.
The hard way : adapt, survive and win, Mark "Billy" Billingham with Conor Woodman356.167 BIL
Billy Billingham grew up tough; a grim future ahead of him offering little respite from the hostile streets he walked. Leaving school at eleven years of age, the threat of borstal hanging over his head, running with gangs in Birmingham, and almost being killed in a knife fight eventually led to Billy discovering the British armed forces at sixteen years of age. It would be the making of him.
The mamba mentality : how I play, Kobe Bryant796.323 BRY
In the wake of his retirement from professional basketball, Kobe "The Black Mamba" Bryant shares his vast knowledge and understanding of the game.
The other side of the coin : The Queen, the dresser and the wardrobe, Angela Kelly941.085 ELI
Angela has worked with The Queen and walked the corridors of the Royal Household for twenty-five years, initially as Her Majesty's Senior Dresser and then latterly as Her Majesty's Personal Advisor, Curator, Wardrobe and In-house Designer. As the first person in history to hold this title, she shares a uniquely close working relationship with The Queen.
This was then : a memoir with poems, Ian Rockel821.914 ROC
Ian Rockels bohemian days in the 1960s Wellington are one of many highlightsin this book dreaming away days in the Parliamentary Library, vivid encounterswith literary luminaries, hippies who danced in the bath, and a flatmate so short of clothing that on laundry day she had nothing more, so spent drying timeas a model for the drawing club.
Three-a-penny, Lucy Malleson823.912 MAL
A rediscovered classic memoir a fascinating insight into the life of a crime writer during and after the First World War a woman ahead of her time.
Time is tight : my life, note by note, Booker T. Jones781.644 BOO
The long-awaited memoir of Booker T. Jones, leader of the famed Stax Records house band, architect of the Memphis soul sound, and one of the most legendary figures in music.
Truth be told : my journey through life and the law, Beverley McLachlin347.035 MCL
Former Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada, Beverley McLachlin, offers an intimate and revealing look at her life and shares her insights into the most pressing legal and social questions we face today.
Uncrowned queen : the fateful life of Margaret Beaufort, Tudor matriarch, Nicola Tallis942.04 BEA
During the bloody and uncertain days of the Wars of the Roses, Margaret Beaufort was married to the half brother of the Lancastrian king Henry VI. A year later she endured a traumatic birth that brought her and her son close to death. She was just thirteen years old.
Unicorn : the memoir of a Muslim drag queen, Amrou Al-Kadhi792.028 ALK
From a god-fearing Muslim boy enraptured with their mother, to a vocal, queer drag queen estranged from their family, this is a heart-breaking and hilarious memoir about the author's fight to be true to themself.
We are the luckiest : the surprising magic of a sober life, Laura McKowen362.292 MCK
A memoir of alcohol addiction and recovery, written by a successful career woman who describes the joys and challenges of staying sober in a culture permeated by drinking.
When the dogs don't bark : a forensic scientist's search for the truth, Angela Gallop with Jane Smith363.25 GAL
Angela Gallop has been a forensic scientist for over 40 years. After joining the Forensic Science Service, the first crime scene she attended was for a case involving the Yorkshire Ripper. As well as working on a wide range of cases in many countries around the world, she is now the most sought-after forensic scientist in the UK.
Winning against the odds : my life in gambling and politics, Stuart Wheeler338.04 WHE
The captivating story of one of England's most fascinating and eccentric men. Stuart Wheeler went to Eton and Oxford. He was an officer in the Welsh Guards, a barrister, an investment banker and a major donor to the Conservative Party. You might think that he has led a life of impeccably conformist upper-class respectability. You'd be wrong.
Working class boy, Jimmy Barnes781.66 BAR
Working Class Boy is a powerful reflection on a traumatic and violent childhood, which fuelled the excess and recklessness that would define, but almost destroy, the rock'n'roll legend. This is the story of how James Swan became Jimmy Barnes.
Working class man, Jimmy Barnes781.66 BAR
It's a life too big and a story too extraordinary for just one book. Jimmy Barnes has lived many lives - from Glaswegian migrant kid to iconic front man, from solo superstar to proud father of his own musical clan. In this hugely anticipated sequel to his critically acclaimed bestseller, Working Class Boy, Jimmy picks up the story of his life as he leaves Adelaide in the back of an old truck with a then unknown band called Cold Chisel.
Your own kind of girl : a memoir, Claire Bowditch781.64 BOW
Clare Bowditch has always had a knack for telling stories. Through her music and performing, this beloved Australian artist has touched hundreds of thousands of lives. But what of the stories she used to tell herself? That 'real life' only begins once you're thin or beautiful, that good things only happen to other people.

Books about Books

10 books that screwed up the world : and 5 others that didn't help, Benjamin Wiker909 WIK
100 books that changed the world, Scott Christianson & Colin Salter028.9 CHR
The 100 best children's books, Brian Alderson011.62 ALD
One of the most famous children's books reviewer chooses 100 classics from 400 years.

Business & Management

Advance : the ultimate how-to guide for your career, Gary Burnison, CEO, Korn Ferry650.1 BUR
Artificial intelligence.658.05 ART
Companies that don't use AI to their advantage will soon be left behind. Artificial intelligence and machine learning will drive a massive reshaping of the economy and society. What should you and your company be doing right now to ensure that your business is poised for success?
Blockchain.658.05 BLO
Can blockchain solve your biggest business problem? While news outlets are transfixed with Bitcoin's latest swings, your most forward-looking competitors are tuning out the noise and quietly making key bets on blockchain.
Connect, relate, motivate : master communication in any situation Also published with title: The power of connection, Rik Rushton658.45 RUS
Fanocracy : turning fans into customers and customers into fans, David Meerman Scott and Reiko Scott658.812 SCO
Get career fit : healthcheck your career and leap into your future Also published with title: Career leap, Michelle Gibbings650.14 GIB
Get heard, get results : how to get buy-in for your ideas and initiatives Also published with title: Work with me, Simon Dowling658.409 DOW
Harraways : going for grain : 150 years of milling at Green Island, Dunedin, Rebecca Reid664.72 REI
I am my brand : how to build your brand without apology, Kubi Springer658.827 SPR
Leadership : contemporary critical perspectives, Brigid Carroll, Jackie Ford & Scott Taylor658.409 LEA
SEO, Peter Kent658.872 KEN
Search Engine Optimization For Dummies shows website owners, developers, and search engine optimizers (SEOs) how to create a website that ranks at the top of search engines and has high-volume traffic, while answering the essential question of "how do I get people to visit my site?"
Soar with your strengths, Donald O. Clifton and Paula Nelson658.022 CLI
Start finishing : how to go from idea to done, Charlie Gilkey650.1 GIL
Start-ups, pivots and pop-ups : how to succeed by creating your own business, Richard Hall and Rachel Bell658.11 HAL
Strategic reframing : the Oxford scenario planning approach, Rafael Ramirez, Angela Wilkinson658.401 RAM
Traditional strategy assumes stability and predictability. Today's world is better characterised by turbulence, uncertainty, novelty and ambiguity - conditions that contribute disruptive changes and trigger the search for new ways of coping.
Superfans : the easy way to stand out, grow your tribe, and build a successful business, Pat Flynn658.834 FLY
Testing business ideas :, written by David J. Bland, Alex Osterwalder658.403 BLA
The 10 laws of trust : building the bonds that make a business great, Joel Peterson with David A. Kaplan658.409 PET
The 10X rule : the only difference between success and failure, Grant Cardone650.1 CAR
The infinite game, Simon Sinek658.409 SIN
Explains how the unending, constantly evolving challenges of business can be better served through an "infinite mindset," sharing inspiring examples of how a shift in perspective can promote stronger, more enduring organizations.
The savage truth : lessons in leadership, business and life from 40 years in recruitment, Greg Savage658.409 SAV
Unleashing the crowd : collaborative solutions to wicked business and societal problems, Ann Majchrzak, Arvind Malhotra650.1 MAJ


A marvelous life : the amazing story of Stan Lee, Danny Fingeroth741.5 LEE
Stan Lee invented Spider-man! And Iron Man! And the Hulk! And the X-Men! And more than 500 other iconic characters!
Batman : the definitive history of the Dark Knight in comics, film, and beyond, Andrew Farago and Gina McIntyre741.5 FAR
Blank canvas : my so-called artist's journey. 1, story & art by Akiko Higashimura741.5 HIG
Blank canvas : my so-called artist's journey. 2, story & art by Akiko Higashimura741.5 HIG
Blank canvas : my so-called artist's journey. 3, story & art by Akiko Higashimura741.5 HIG
My solo exchange diary. 2, story & art by Nagata Kabi741.5 NAG
Living on her own is harder than Nagata Kabi expected. Building relationships is difficult too, but with a new friendship to cultivate and a new perspective on her family, she's doing her best to open up and become a warm, compassionate person!
One piece color walk compendium : east blue to skypiea, Eiichiro Oda741.5 ODA
A collection of art from the manga series One Piece, with commentary by Eiichiro Oda.
The art of nothing : 25 years of Mutts and the art of Patrick McDonnell741.5 MCD
Timed for the 25th anniversary of the comic strip Mutts, this volume celebrates the work of author and illustrator McDonnell.

Computing & Digital

A leader's guide to cybersecurity : why boards need to lead--and how to do it, Thomas J. Parenty, Jack J. Domet005.8 PAR
Android programming : the Big Nerd Ranch guide, Kristin Marsicano005.1 AND
Apple Watch, Marc Saltzman004.165 APP
Bash in easy steps, Mike McGrath005.43 MCG
Begin to code with Python, Rob Miles005.133 PYT
Beginner's step-by-step coding course : learn computer programming the easy way.005.1 BEG
Computer basics : absolute beginner's guide, Michael Miller005.446 MIC
Cybersecurity, Joseph Steinberg005.8 STE
Cybersecurity.005.8 CYB
Excel 2016 all-in-one for dummies, Greg Harvey, PhD005.36 MIC
Exploring Apple Mac, Kevin Wilson004.165 MCI
Exploring iPad Pro, Kevin Wilson004.165 IPA
Fundamentals of machine learning, Thomas P. Trappenberg006.31 TRA
How to start cloud computing, Jim Gatenby004.67 GAT
Introducing Python : modern computing in simple packages, Bill Lubanovic005.133 PYT
iPad for seniors in easy steps, Nick Vandome004.165 IPA
JavaScript : a beginner's guide, John Pollock005.133 JAV
Learn electronics with Raspberry Pi : physical computing with circuits, sensors, outputs, and projects, Stewart Watkiss005.1 WAT
Learn robotics with Raspberry Pi : build and code your own moving, sensing, thinking robots, Matt Timmons-Brown005.1 TIM
Learn to program with App Inventor : a visual introduction to building apps, Lyra Blizzard Logan005.1 AND
Linux for beginners. Volume 2 : 37 Linux commands you must know, Attila Kovacs005.446 LIN
MacBook, Mark L. Chambers004.165 MCI
Macs all-in-one, Joe Hutsko004.165 MCI
Macs for seniors, Mark L. Chambers004.165 MCI
Microsoft SQL Server 2019 : a beginner's guide, Dusan Petkovic005.756 PET
Photoshop elements 2020, Barbara Obermeier and Ted Padova006.68 OBE
Sams teach yourself beginning programming in 24 hours, Greg Perry, Dean Miller005.1 PER
Scratch programming in easy steps, Sean McManus005.133 SCR
The charisma machine : the life, death, and legacy of one laptop per child, Morgan G. Ames004.16 AME
The cult of Mac, Leander Kahney & David Pierini004.165 MCI
Web development with Node and Express : leveraging the JavaScript stack, Ethan Brown005.133 NOD
Windows 10 for seniors, Peter Weverka005.446 MIC

Crafts, Hobbies & Collecting

16 seasonal half moon crochet rugs, Karen Barnes746.434 BAR
Acrylic painting : step-by-step, Wendy Jelbert, David Hyde & Carole Massey751.426 JEL
Airline models : marketing air travel and tracing airliner evolution through vintage miniatures, Anthony J. Lawler629.1331 LAW
Almost lost arts : traditional crafts and the artisans keeping them alive, Emily Freidenrich745.5 FRE
Basketry basics : create 18 beautiful baskets as you learn the craft, BJ Crawford746.412 CRA
Beautiful wreaths : 40 handmade creations throughout the year, Melissa Skidmore745.92 SKI
Beginner's guide to kirigami : 24 skill-building projects using origami & papercrafting skills, Ghylenn Descamps736.98 DES
Beginner's guide to Tunisian crochet : with 10 modern projects for you and your home, Emma Guess746.434 GUE
Bojagi : design and techniques in Korean textile art, Sara Cook746.09519 COO
Build-it-yourself birdhouses : 25+ DIY birdhouses and bird feeders, Chris Peterson690.892 PET
Colour light signalling for model railways, Simon Paley625.19 PAL
Critter costuming : making mascots and fabricating fursuits, Adam Riggs792.026 RIG
Crochet stitch dictionary : 200 essential stitches with step-by-step photos, Sarah Hazell746.434 HAZ
Decorative fusion knots : a step-by-step illustrated guide to new and unusual ornamental knots, written and photographed by JD746.422 LEN
Diecast model buses, Simon Stanford629.221 STA
Digital hand lettering and modern calligraphy : essential techniques plus step-by-step tutorials for scanning, editing, and creating on a tablet, Shelly Kim745.61 KIM
Dinosaurs to crochet : playful patterns for crafting cuddly prehistoric wonders, Megan Kreiner746.434 KRE
Dogs in jumpers : 12 practical knitting projects, Debbie Humphreys746.432 HUM
Elemental knits : a perennial knitwear collection, Courtney Spainhower746.432 SPA
Embroidered country gardens : create beautiful hand-stitched floral designs inspired by nature, Lorna Bateman746.44 BAT
Embroidered life : the art of Sarah K. Benning, Sara Barnes746.44 BEN
Fashion knitwear design, Amy Twigger Holroyd and Helen Hill746.432 FAS
First time felting : the absolute beginner's guide, Ruth Lane746.0463 LAN
Floret Farm's a year in flowers : designing gorgeous arrangements for every season, Erin Benzakein with Jill Jorgensen and Julie Chai745.92 BEN
Free-motion quilting 101 : techniques & patterns for beginners, Ashley Nickels746.46 NIC
Handmade Scandinavian Christmas, Hege Barnholt745.5941 BAR
Harry Potter knitting magic : the official Harry Potter knitting pattern book, Tanis Gray746.432 GRA
Hot Wheels : from 0 to 50 at 1:64 scale, Kris Palmer629.221 PAL
How to save the world : one question at a time, Craig McGregor790.15 MCG
This is the essential book of questions to get your family, friends and business colleagues talking for hours.
Japanese wonder crochet : a creative approach to classic stitches, Nihon Vogue746.434 JAP
Knit blankets : 25 colorful & cozy throws.746.432 KNI
Knits from the greenhouse, Cornelia Bartlett746.432 BAR
Lace knitting : 40 openwork patterns, 30 lovely projects, countless ideas and inspiration, Denise Sampson746.22 SAM
Let slip the androids of war : mostly quoting from a famous person, by David Tremont745.5928 TRE
Want to know how a professional model builder goes about their craft? David Tremont, a 40 year veteran of the movie and collectible business shows you everything you will need to know to create your own scratch built models.
Let slip the androids of war : mostly quoting from a famous person. Volume 2, by David Tremont745.5928 TRE
Let slip the androids of war : mostly quoting from a famous person. Volume 3, by David Tremont745.5928 TRE
Let slip the androids of war : mostly quoting from a famous person. Volume 4, by David Tremont745.5928 TRE
Mark-making through the seasons : textile art inspiration and techniques, Helen Parrott746 PAR
Painting with paper : paper on the edge, Yulia Brodskaya745.54 BRO
Pin pals : 40 patchwork pinnies, poppets, and pincushions with pizzazz, Carrie Nelson746.46 NEL
Poetic cloth, Hannah Lamb746 LAM
Poetic cloth is about how cloth, stitch and surface create personal meaning in textile art.
Sashiko : 20 projects using traditional Japanese stitching, Jill Clay746.46 CLA
Sew cute quilts and gifts : 30 lovely bags, quilts and accessories to stitch, applique & embroider, Atsuko Matsuyama746.46 MAT
Simply wood : home projects from branches, logs, and other found wood, Linda Suster684.08 SUS
Stylish succulent designs & other botanical crafts : 40 DIY arrangements, wreaths, living walls & more!, Jessica Cain745.92 CAI
The art of crochet blankets : 18 projects inspired by modern makers, Rachele Carmona746.434 CAR
The history of toy soldiers : over 600 firms covered!, Luigi Toiati745.5928 TOI
Ultimate knitting bible : a complete reference with step-by-step techniques, Sharon Brant746.432 BRA
Unicorn crochet : 50 totally cute projects!, Katja Gradt746.434 GRA
Woodworker's handbook : the beginner's reference to tools, materials, and skills, plus essential projects to make, Roger Horwood684.08 HOR
Wreaths : fresh, foraged & dried floral arrangements, Katie Smyth & Terri Chandler745.92 SMY
Yarn substitution made easy : matching the right yarn to any knitting pattern, Carol J. Sulcoski746.432 SUL

Crime & Espionage

Back on track, Bernie Shakeshaft with James Knight364.43 SHA
Bernie Shakeshaft is a man making a difference. Always the wild one growing up, it took him a while to find his place. A trip to India at seventeen saw him cross path with Mother Teresa, stints as a dingo trapper and a ringer on a cattle station gave him insight into Indigenous culture - all of it gave him an education about people and what matters most.
Consent : a memoir of unwanted attention, Donna Freitas364.15 FRE
Donna Freitas has lived two lives. In one life, she is a well-published author and respected scholar who has traveled around the country speaking about Title IX, consent, religion, and sex on college campuses. In the other, she is a victim, a woman who suffered and suffers still because she was stalked by her graduate professor for more than two years.
Diamond Doris : the true story of the world's most notorious jewel thief, Doris Payne with Zelda Lockhart364.1552 PAY
A rip-roaring fun and exciting story of the first Black International jewel thief.
Hunting killers, Mark Williams-Thomas070.449 WIL
Mark Williams-Thomas is a former police detective and multi-award-winning investigative journalist. He has been at the centre of some of the most high-profile investigations of recent years involving paedophiles and killers. In this gripping and unflinching book, Mark reveals how he has pieced together these complex cases.
I you we them : journeys beyond evil : the desk killers in history and today. Volume 1, Dan Gretton364.135 GRE
If you tell : a true story of murder, family secrets, and the unbreakable bond of sisterhood, Gregg Olsen364.1523 OLS
Infamy : the crimes of ancient Rome, Jerry Toner364.937 TON
Join the historian Jerry Toner on a detective's hunt to discover the extent of Rome's crimes.
Pills, powder, and smoke : inside the bloody war on drugs, Anthony Loewenstein364.133 LOE
Shark arm : a shark, a tattooed arm and two unsolved murders, Phillip Roope & Kevin Meagher364.1523 ROO
Truth can be stranger than fiction. In a Coogee aquarium in 1935 a shark coughed up a man's tattooed arm. The authors of Shark Arm have unravelled an extraordinary tale of high-class smuggling around Sydney Harbour and police collusion that has eluded many investigations into this famous cold case.
Spies on trial : true tales of espionage in the courtroom, Cecil C. Kuhne III345.023 KUH
Stealing the show : a history of art and crime in six thefts, John Barelli with Zachary Schisgal364.162 BAR
Still standing : finding light inside a Guatemalan prison, Anaite Alvarado365.97281 ALV
A shocking firsthand account of a young mom's fight for justice while being wrongly imprisoned, and the incredible stories of the women she meets inside.
The good bloke : an incredible true story, Charles Staunton364.177 STA
Charles Staunton was a good cop. Until he got sacked from the police force and sent to jail for refusing to inform on his mates.
The killing in the consulate : investigating the life and death of Jamal Khashoggi, Jonathan Rugman070.92 KHA
The less people know about us : a mystery of betrayal, family secrets, and stolen identity, Axton Betz-Hamilton364.163 BET
The spy in Moscow Station : a counterspy's hunt for a deadly cold war threat, Eric Haseltine327.12 HAS
Under the bridge, Rebecca Godfrey364.1523 GOD
One moonlit night, fourteen-year-old Reena Virk went to join friends at a party and never returned home. Godfrey takes us into the hidden world of the seven teenage girls and boy accused of a savage murder.

Customs & Etiquette

Fucking good manners, Simon Griffin395 GRI
Kill reply all Also published with title: Digital etiquette, Victoria Turk395.5 TUR


Before words : wordless picture books and the development of reading in young children, Judith T. Lysaker371.335 LYS
Enhancing digital literacy and creativity : makerspaces in the early years, Alicia Blum-Ross, Kristiina Kumpulainen and Jackie Marsh372.21 ENH
How to succeed at school : separating fact from fiction : what every parent should know, Wendy Berliner and Judith Judd371.26 BER
Soft skills for children : a guide for parents and teachers, Nancy Armstrong Melser370.7 MEL
Study with me : effective bullet journaling techniques, habits, and hacks to be successful, productive, and organized, Jasmine Shao, Alyssa Jagan371.3028 SHA
Understanding giftedness : a guide for parents and educators, Maria Assunta Zanetti, Gianluca Gualdi and Michael Cascianelli371.95 UND
World class : one mother's journey halfway around the globe in search of the best education for her children, Teru Clavel370.9 CLA


A beginner's guide to 3D modeling : a guide to Autodesk Fusion 360, Cameron Coward620.0042 COW
Build your own gaming PC, Adam Barnes621.391 BAR
Discovering AutoCAD 2020, Mark Dix, Paul Riley620.0042 DIX
Electric circuits, Mahmood Nahvi, Joseph A. Edminister621.3192 NAH
This Schaum's Outline gives you: 480 supplementary problems to reinforce knowledge, support for all major textbooks for courses in circuit analysis.
Exploring Arduino : tools and techniques for engineering wizardry, Jeremy Blum621.381 BLU
How things work : the inner life of everyday machines, Theodore Gray621.8 GRA
iPhone, Edward C. Baig and Bob LeVitus621.38456 BAI
This updated edition of iPhone for Dummies covers the latest versions of the device and the latest version of the iOS operating system.
iPhone : the missing manual, David Pogue621.38456 POG
Mini-lathe tools and projects, David Fenner621.94 FEN
Robot builder's bonanza, Gordon McComb629.892 MCC
The book clearly explains the essential hardware, circuits, and brains and contains easy-to-follow, step-by-step plans for low- cost, cool robotics projects.
SAM : one robot, a dozen engineers, and the race to revolutionize the way we build, Jonathan Waldman629.892 WAL
Super Arduino : step-by-step instructions to build cool gadgets, Kenneth Hawthorn621.381 HAW
Transition engineering : building a sustainable future, Susan Krumdieck620.00286 KRU
The book examines new strategies emerging in response to the mega-issues of global climate change, decline in world oil supply, scarcity of key industrial minerals, and local environmental constraints.
Wood : identification & use, Terry Porter620.12 POR
This work features colour photographs that provide a guide to species identification, and there is data on working properties, seasoning requirements, durability, typical uses, and the health risks, which may be associated with certain species.


Energy and civilization : a history, Vaclav Smil333.79 SMI
Fuelling dissension : coal and coal mining in 21st century New Zealand, Jane Young622.33 YOU


Seeds of success : the stories of New Zealand kiwifruit pioneers, Elaine Fisher338.1744 FIS

Fashion & Beauty

Chanel : the making of a collection, text by Laetitia Cenac746.92 CHA
Chanel: The Making of a Collection traces the design process of the world-renowned fashion house, revealing how a collection is created. Moving from the studio to the fashion show, fashion writer Laetitia Cenac has unprecedented access to explore a world that is usually carefully guarded from the public eye.
Dressing Barbie : a celebration of the clothes that made America's favorite doll, and the incredible woman behind them, Carol Spencer as told to Laurie Brookins688.722
Empowered by style : dress for your personality : look great and feel confident every day, Mary Grant391.6 GRA
Fabulous frocks : a celebration of dress design, Jane Eastoe & Sarah Gristwood391.2 EAS
Grace of Monaco : Princess in Dior, text Florence Muller746.92 DIO
Grace Kelly's life may have transformed from that of a Hollywood star to Princess of Monaco, but her status as a style icon remained constant throughout her life. There is perhaps no better record of this than her close thirty-year-long relationship with the illustrious house of Dior.
Heels, Gail Rolfe391.41 ROL
How to break up with fast fashion, Lauren Bravo391 BRA
Sharp suits : a celebration of men's tailoring, Eric Musgrave391.1 MUS
Sorolla and fashion, curator, Eloy Martinez de la Pera ; edition, Erica Witschey ; texts Marie-Sophie Carron de la Carriere, Lorena Delgado, Eloy Martinez de la Pera759.6 SOR
Sorolla was the perfect chronicler of the changes that took place in trends and styles in clothing in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. His works offer an evocative catalogue of dresses, jewels and accessories, all emphasized by his loose, dynamic brushstroke.
Supreme models : iconic black women who revolutionized fashion, Marcellas Reynolds746.92 REY
Tattoo FAQ : all that's left to know about skin art, Holly Day391.65 DAY
The big redhead book : inside the secret society of red hair, Erin La Rosa391.5 LA
The whole art of dress! ; or, The road to elegance and fashion, at the enormous saving of thirty per cent! : being a treatise upon that essential and much-cultivated requisite of the present day, gentlemen's costume, a cavalry officer391.1 WHO
Tips for brides, Asta Jakubson392.5 JAK
Vogue on location : people, places, portraits, Chloe Schama and Richard Alleman746.92 VOG
Worn on this day : the clothes that made history, Kimberly Chrisman-Campbell391 CHR

Film, Television & Theatre

Judy Garland : a biography, Anne Edwards791.43028 GAR
Star Trek : the official guide to the animated series, Aaron Harvey & Rich Schepis791.457 HAR
Star Trek Discovery : designing starships, written by Ben Robinson791.457 ROB
Star Trek shipyards : Klingon fleet, writers, Marcus Riley and Ben Robinson791.457 RIL
The art of Disney costuming : heroes, villains, and spaces between, Jeff Kurtti and the staff of the Walt Disney Archives792.026 KUR
Transformers : a visual history, Jim Sorenson688.72 SOR
Celebrating 35 years of rare and iconic Transformers imagery, this deluxe art book will delight fans of all ages!

Finance & Economics

#Accelerate#, editors Robin Mackay + Armen Avanessian330.12 HAS
Accelerationism is the name of a political heresy: the insistence that the only radical political response to capitalism is not to protest, disrupt, or critique, but to accelerate and exacerbate its uprooting, alienating, decoding, abstractive tendencies.
Almost perfekt : how Sweden works and what we can learn from it, David Crouch330.9485 CRO
Capitalism, alone : the future of the system that rules the world, Branko Milanovic330.12 MIL
eBay, Marsha Collier381.17 COL
eBay remains the easiest way to sell to hungry consumers worldwide and to uncover incredible bargains and unique items for yourself in the process.
Lab rats : why modern work makes people miserable, Dan Lyons331 LYO
Million dollar maths : the secret maths of becoming rich (or poor), Hugh Barker332 BAR
One road, many dreams : China's bold plan to remake the global economy, Daniel Drache, A.T. Kingsmith & Duan Qi330.951 DRA
Programmed inequality : how Britain discarded women technologists and lost its edge in computing, Marie Hicks331.4133 HIC
Rich dad, poor dad : with updates for today's world and 9 new study session sections, Robert T. Kiyosaki332.024 KIY
Spenditude : a life-changing attitude to money, Paul Gordon & Janine Robertson332.024 GOR
The 4 day week : how the flexible work revolution can increase productivity, profitability and well-being, and help create a sustainable future, Andrew Barnes with Stephanie Jones331.257 BAR
The economics book : from Xenophon to cryptocurrency, 250 milestones in the history of economics, Steven G. Medema330 MED
The passion economy : the new rules for thriving in the twenty-first century, Adam Davidson330.9 DAV
The rules of wealth : a personal code for prosperity and plenty, Richard Templar332.024 TEM
The transition handbook : from oil dependency to local resilience, Rob Hopkins333.79 HOP


The complete and original Norwegian folktales of Asbjornsen and Moe, Peter Christen Asbjornsen and Jorgen Moe398.209481 ASB
New, modern English translation of the folk tales.

Food & Drink

7 day vegan challenge, Bettina Campolucci Bordi641.56362 CAM
Andaluz : a food journey through southern Spain, written and photographed by Fiona Dunlop641.5946 DUN
BOSH! : healthy vegan, Henry Firth and Ian Theasby641.56362 FIR
Bread on the table : recipes for making and enjoying Europe's most beloved breads, David Norman641.815 NOR
Cheeky treats : brilliant bakes and cakes, Liam Charles641.815 CHA
Chocolate bible : 180 recipes from the famous French culinary school.641.6374 CHO
Cook, eat, run : cook fast, boost performance with over 75 ultimate recipes for runners, Charlie Watson641.563 WAT
Cookie class : 120 irresistible decorating ideas for any occasion, Jenny Keller641.8654 KEL
Cooking for fitness, James Haskell & Omar Meziane641.563 HAS
Cooking with my sisters : one hundred years of family recipes, from Italy to Big Stone Gap, Adriana Trigiani and Mary Yolanda Trigiani641.5945 TRI
Craft pizza : homemade classic, Sicilian and sourdough pizza, calzone and focaccia, Maxine Clark641.824 CLA
Curry & kimchi : flavor secrets for creating 70 Asian-inspired recipes at home, Unmi Abkin & Roger Taylor641.595 ABK
Dirty vegan : another bite : brand-new rocking vegan recipes, Matt Pritchard641.56362 PRI
Dirty vegan : proper banging vegan food, Matt Pritchard641.56362 PRI
Easy recipes for one or two.641.561 EAS
Senior Chef: Easy Recipes for One or Two includes recipes from our classes plus many more. They are delicious, no-fuss and full of ingredients that look after your health. A new Zealand cookbook.
Eat green, Melissa Hemsley641.563 HEM
Bestselling author and home cook, Melissa Hemsley gives you over 100 recipes that focus on UK-grown, easy-to-buy ingredients, cutting down on food waste and putting flavour first.
Eat to feed : 80 nourishing recipes for breastfeeding moms, Eliza Larson and Kristy Kohler641.563 LAR
Feed your brain : the cookbook : recipes to support a lighter, brighter you!, Delia McCabe641.563 MCC
Fermentation : how to make your own sauerkraut, kimchi, brine pickles, kefir, kombucha, vegan dairy, and more, +sa Simonsson641.46 SIM
Food : what the heck should I cook?, Mark Hyman, MD641.563 HYM
Food from the fire, Niklas Ekstedt641.5948 EKS
The crackling of birch, the sizzle of the pot and the scent of wood smoke in the air. the relaxed style that typifies Scandinavian open- fire cooking is explored in this cool new cookbook from Michelin-starred chef, Niklas Ekstedt, who is famed for cooking over wood only.
From freezer to cooker : delicious whole-foods meals for the slow cooker, pressure cooker, and Instant Pot, Polly Conner & Rachel Tiemeyer641.61 CON
Hello, cookie dough : 110 doughlicious confections to eat, bake & share, Kristen Tomlan with Mandy Naglich641.8654 TOM
Home made summer, Yvette Van Boven641.564 BOV
Incredible plant-based desserts : colorful vegan cakes, cookies, tarts, and other epic delights, Anthea Cheng641.86 CHE
Japanese home cooking : simple meals, authentic flavors, Sonoko Sakai ; photographs by Rick Poon641.5952 SAK
Jerusalem food : bold flavors from the Middle East and beyond, Nidal Kersh641.5956 KER
Kosher style : more than 100 Jewish recipes for the modern cook, Amy Rosen641.567 ROS
Lose weight & get fit : high-flavour cooking for dieting and fitness, Tom Kerridge641.5635 KER
Love real food : more than 100 feel-good vegetarian favorites to delight the senses and nourish the body, Kathryne Taylor641.5636 TAY
Making bread at home : over 50 recipes from around the world to bake & share, Jane Mason641.815 MAS
Marcus everyday, Marcus Wareing with Chantelle Nicolson641.5 WAR
Marcus Everyday is filled with the delicious, go-to recipes that Michelin-starred chef Marcus Wareing cooks at home.
Martha Stewart's cookie perfection : 100+ recipes to take your sweet treats to the next level, from the kitchens of Martha Stewart Living641.8654 MAR
Mary Berry cooks up a feast, with Lucy Young641.568 BER
Moon milk : 55 plant-based recipes for a good night's sleep, Gina Fontana641.875 FON
Pasta grannies : the secrets of Italy's best home cooks, Vicky Bennison641.5945 BEN
Pinch of nom everyday light : 100 easy, slimming recipes all under 400 calories, Kate Allinson & Kay Featherstone641.5635 ALL
Plant power : protein-rich recipes for vegetarians and vegans, Annie Bell641.5636 BEL
Probiotic drinks at home : make your own seriously delicious gut-friendly drinks Also published with title: Kombucha & Co, Felicity Evans641.875 EVA
Purezza vegan pizza : deliciously simple plant-based pizza to make at home, Filippo Rosato, Tim Barclay and Stefania Evangelisti641.824 ROS
Rebel recipes : maximum flavour, minimum fuss, Niki Webster641.56362 WEB
Riverstone Kitchen : modern day classics, Bevan Smith641.5 SMI
Riverstone Kitchen is an award-winning restaurant nestled in the spectacular North Otago countryside.
Rose Elliot's complete vegan.641.56362 ELL
Simple, elegant pasta dinners : 75 dishes with inspired sauces, Nikki Marie641.822 MAR
Simply good for you : 100 quick and easy recipes, bursting with goodness, Amelia Freer641.563 FRE
Six ingredients with Six Sisters' Stuff : 100+ fast and easy family meals.641.555 SIX
Slow cooker family classics : quick and easy recipes the whole family will love, Sarah Flower641.588 FLO
Smart plants : power foods & natural nootropics for optimized thinking, focus & memory, Julie Morris641.56362 MOR
Smoothie project : the 28-day plan to feel happy and healthy no matter your age, Catherine McCord641.875 MCC
Sour : the magical element that will transform your cooking, Mark Diacono641.5 DIA
Starting & running a coffee shop, Linda Formichelli and Melissa Villanueva647.95 FOR
Super sourdough, James Morton641.815 MOR
The 3-ingredient baking book : 101 simple, sweet & stress-free recipes, Charmian Christie641.815 CHR
The autoimmune protocol meal prep cookbook : weekly meal plans and nourishing recipes that make eating healthy quick & easy, Sophie Van Tiggelen641.5631 TIG
The Blue Zones kitchen : 100 recipes to live to 100, Dan Buettner641.563 BUE
The carnivore cookbook : the complete guide to success on the carnivore diet with over 100 recipes, meal plans, and science, Maria Emmerich & Craig Emmerich641.66
The consolation of food : stories about life and death, seasoned with recipes, Valentine Warner641.5 WAR
The gut-skin connection, Janine Tait & Sheryl Nicholson641.563 TAI
The Instant Pot bible : more than 350 recipes and strategies : the only book you need for every model of Instant Pot, Bruce Weinstein and Mark Scarbrough641.587 WEI
The Instant Pot diabetes cookbook : simple recipes for healthy home cooking, Nancy S. Hughes641.587 HUG
The joy of seafood : the all-purpose seafood cookbook with more than 900 recipes, Barton Seaver641.692 SEA
The kid-friendly ADHD & autism cookbook : the ultimate guide to the most effective diets : what they are, why they work, how to do them, Pamela J. Compart, MD and Dana Laake641.5631 COM
The meatless Monday family cookbook : kid-friendly, plant-based recipes : go meatless one day a week or every day!, Jenn Sebestyen641.56362 SEB
The Mexican keto cookbook : authentic, big-flavor recipes for health and longevity, Torie Borrelli641.5972 BOR
The new way to cake : simple recipes with exceptional flavor, Benjamina Ebuehi641.8653 EBU
The official Downton Abbey cookbook, Annie Gray641.5942 GRA
The perfect pie : your ultimate guide to classic and modern pies, tarts, galettes, and more, America's Test Kitchen641.8652 PER
The plan buy cook book : 4 + 2 + 1 = dinner done : plan once, eat well all week, Jen Petrovic and Gaby Chapman641.54 PET
The real Japanese Izakaya cookbook : 120 classic bar bites from Japan, Wataru Yokota ; foreword by Makiko Itoh641.5952 YOK
The veggie Chinese takeaway cookbook : wok, no meat? over 70 vegan and vegetarian takeaway classics, Kwoklyn Wan641.56362 WAN
The Wholesome Yum easy keto cookbook : 100 simple low carb recipes : 10 ingredients or less, Maya Krampf641.5638 KRA
Vegetarian meals in 30 minutes : more than 100 delicious recipes for fitness, Anita Bean641.5636 BEA
Venetian Republic : recipes from the Veneto, Adriatic Croatia and the Greek islands, Nino Zoccali641.5945 ZOC
Weaning made simple : your go-to guide to baby's first foods, Annabel Karmel641.5622 KAR
Whisky : a tasting course : a new way to think and drink whisky, Eddie Ludlow641.252 LUD

Gardens & Gardening

50 simple indoor miniature gardens : decorating your home with indoor plants, Catherine Delvaux ; [English translation, Ulatus]635.986 DEL
A guide to bearded irises : cultivating the rainbow for beginners and enthusiasts, Kelly D. Norris635.93 IRI
Asian fruits and berries : growing them, eating them, appreciating their lore, Kathleen Low634 LOW
Beardless irises : a plant for every garden situation, Kevin C. Vaughn635.93 IRI
Beginning seed saving for the home gardener, Jim Ulager635 ULA
Bonsai : the practical guide to cultivating & growing living art, Daichi Haruka635.9772 HAR
Eden revisited : a garden in northern Morocco, Umberto Pasti & Ngoc Minh Ngo712.0964 PAS
Gardening with lunar lore, Peter West635 WES
Green : plants for small spaces, indoors and out, Jason Chongue635.986 CHO
Growing good food : a citizen's guide to backyard carbon farming, written by Acadia Tucker635 TUC
How to create your garden, Adam Frost635 FRO
Organic book of compost : easy and natural techniques to feed your garden, Pauline Pears635.04897 PEA
Organic gardening for everyone : homegrown vegetables made easy (no experience required), CaliKim635.0484 CAL
Planting the natural garden, Piet Oudolf & Henk Gerritsen635.9 OUD
The complete book of ferns : indoors, outdoors, growing, crafting, history & lore, Mobee Weinstein635.9373 WEI
The Kew gardener's guide to growing orchids : the art and science to grow your own orchids, Philip Seaton635.93 ORC
The pottery gardener : flowers and hens at the Emma Bridgewater factory, written and photographed by Arthur Parkinson635.986 PAR
Working with weeds : a practical guide to understanding, managing and using weeds, Kate Wall with recipes by Sharr Ellson632.5 WAL
Worm farming : the practical guide to this unique form of natural composting, Aaron "Worms" Jones639.75 JON
You bet your garden guide to growing great tomatoes : how to grow great-tasting tomatoes in any backyard, garden, or container, Mike McGrath635.64 MCG


100 questions & answers about bladder cancer, Pamela Ellsworth, Brett Carswell616.994 ELL
101 things to know if you are addicted to painkillers, Michael McGee, M.D616.86 MCG
8 keys to end emotional eating, Howard S. Farkas616.8526 FAR
Allen Carr's easy way to quit emotional eating.616.8526 CAR
Anti-diet : reclaim your time, money, well-being, and happiness through intuitive eating, Christy Harrison613.25 HAR
Anyway you can : Doctor Bosworth shares her mom's cancer journey : a beginner's guide to ketones for life, Annette Bosworth, M.D616.994 BOS
At last a life : anxiety and panic free, Paul David616.8522 DAV
Brain wash : detox your mind for clearer thinking, deeper relationships, and lasting happiness, David Perlmutter and Austin Perlmutter with Kristin Loberg612.82 PER
Breaking up with sugar : a plan to divorce the diets, drop the pounds, and live your best life, Molly Carmel613.28 CAR
Breathwork : use the power of breath to energize your body and focus your mind, Nathalia Westmacott-Brown615.836 WES
Bump : how to make, grow and birth a baby, Kate Evans618.2 EVA
Calm : 50 instant exercises to de-stress and unwind, Dr. Arlene K. Unger613.79 UNG
Clean7 : supercharge the body's natural ability to heal itself -- the one-week breakthrough detox program, Alejandro Junger ; with recipes by James Barry613.26 JUN
Dr. Kellyann's Cleanse and reset : detoxify, nourish, and restore your body for sustained weight loss in just 5 days, Kellyann Petrucci613.26 PET
Drink less, live more : why booze is not your buddy and how to cut down, Katherine Kay613.81 KAY
Exercise is medicine : how physical activity boosts health and slows aging, Judy Foreman615.82 FOR
Feel better in 5 : your daily plan to kick-start great health, Dr Rangan Chatterjee ; photography by Clare Winfield613 CHA
Healing for body, soul and spirit : an introduction to anthroposophic medicine Also published with title: Anthroposophical medicine, Dr Michael Evans & Iain Rodger615.53
Healing herbal infusions : simple and effective home remedies for colds, muscle pain, upset stomach, stress, skin issues and more, Colleen Codekas615.321 COD
How not to diet : the groundbreaking science of healthy, permanent weight loss, Michael Greger, M.D613.25 GRE
How to break up with your phone, Catherine Price616.8584 PRI
Immortality, Inc. : renegade science, Silicon Valley billions, and the quest to live forever, Chip Walter612.68 WAL
Iridology in practice : revealing the secrets of the eye, Miriam Garber617.7 GAR
It's not my head, it's my hormones : how to tame your hormones and feel like yourself again, Dr Marion Gluck615.36 GLU
Living life to the fullest with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome : a guide for a person living with EDS to achieve a better quality of life, Kevin Muldowney616.77 MUL
Opening up by writing it down : how expressive writing improves health and eases emotional pain, James W. Pennebaker, PhD, Joshua M. Smyth, PhD616.8916 PEN
Outsmart your smartphone : conscious tech habits for finding happiness, balance & connection IRL, Tchiki Davis, PhD616.8584 DAV
Overcoming health anxiety : letting go of your fear of illness, Katherine M.B. Owens and Martin M. Antony616.8525 OWE
Pause : 50 instant exercises to promote balance and focus every day, Kim Davies613.79 DAV
Prostate cancer : what you need to know to survive, Tony Poninghaus616.994 PON
Social courage : coping and thriving with the reality of social anxiety, Dr. Eric Goodman616.8522 GOO
Successful aging : a neuroscientist explores the power and potential of our lives, Daniel J. Levitin612.82 LEV
Tai chi : learn the ancient Chinese art of tai chi, Birinder Tember613.7148 TEM
The addictoholic deconstructed : an irreverently quick and dirty education by a doctor who says fck, a lot, Dr. Nicole Labor616.86 LAB
The autoimmune brain : a five-step plan for treating chronic pain, depression, anxiety, fatigue, and attention disorders, David S. Younger616.079 YOU
The beauty detox solution : eat your way to radiant skin, renewed energy, and the body you've always wanted, Kimberly Snyder613 SNY
The brain health book : using the power of neuroscience to improve your life, John Randolph612.82 RAN
The dietitian kitchen : nutrition for a healthy, strong, & happy you, Kerri Major613.2 MAJ
The fertility doctor's guide to overcoming infertility : discovering your reproductive potential and maximizing your odds of having a baby, Mark P. Trolice616.692 TRO
The first forty days : the essential art of nourishing the new mother, Heng Ou with Amely Greeven and Marisa Belger618.6 OU
The great pretender : the undercover mission that changed our understanding of madness, Susannah Cahalan616.89 CAH
The knee injury bible : everything you need to know about knee injuries, how to treat them, and how they affect your life, Robert F. Laprade, MD, PhD ; Luke O'Brien, PT, MPHTY (Sports), SCS ; Jorge Chahla, MD, PhD617.58 LAP
The more or less definitive guide to self-care, Anna Borges613 BOR
The talking cure, Gillian Straker and Dr. Jacqui Winship616.8914 STR
The essence of successful therapy is the relationship between the therapist and the patient, a dance of growing trust and understanding. It is an intimate, messy, often surprising and sometimes confusing business but when it works, it's life-changing.
The Whitlock workout : get fit and healthy in minutes with Max Whitlock, photography by Dan Jones613.71 WHI
Thriving after trauma : stories of living and healing, Shari Botwin616.8521 BOT
Throwing starfish across the sea : a care package for parents of someone with an eating disorder, Charlotte Bevan & Laura Collins Lyster-Mensh616.8526 BEV
Train happy : an intuitive exercise plan for every body, Tally Rye613.71 RYE
Transform your body with weights : complete workout and meal plans, from beginner to advanced, Chloe Madeley613.713 MAD
Trigger points : use the power of touch to live life pain-free, Amanda Oswald616.047 OSW
When your mother has borderline personality disorder : a guide for adult children, Daniel S. Lobel616.8585 LOB
Why we eat (too much) : the new science of appetite, Dr Andrew Jenkinson613.2 JEN
Winning at weight loss : achieve your slimming goals, enjoy food & feel great again, Nik Speakman, Eva Speakman613.25 SPE
Yoga : a manual for life, Naomi Annand613.7046 ANN
Yoga for the inflexible male : a how-to guide, Yoga Matt613.7046 PAR
Your thyroid problems solved : holistic solutions to improve your thryoid, Dr Sandra Cabot, Margaret Jasinska616.44 CAB

History, Geography & Travel

1642 Abel Tasman, Henry van Zanden910.45 TAS
360 degrees longitude : one family's journey around the world, John Higham910.41 HIG
999 : the extraordinary young women of the first official transport to Auschwitz, Heather Dune Macadam940.5318 MCA
A history of the Tudors in 100 objects, John Matusiak942.05 MAT
After the Berlin Wall : memory and the making of the new Germany, 1989 to the present, Hope M. Harrison943.088 HAR
After the lost Franklin expedition : Lady Franklin and John Rae, Peter Baxter998 BAX
The fate of the lost Franklin Expedition of 1847 is an enigma that has tantalised generations of historians, archaeologists and adventurers. The expedition was lost without a trace and all 129 men died in what is arguably the worst disaster in Britain's history of polar exploration.
Art and fiesta in Mexico City : an insider's guide to the best places to eat, drink and explore, Cristina Alonso972.5 ALO
Assassination vacation, Sarah Vowell973 VOW
Sarah Vowell exposes the glorious conundrums of American history and culture with wit, probity, and an irreverent sense of humor. With Assassination Vacation, she takes us on a road trip like no other a journey to the pit stops of American political murder and through the myriad ways they have been used for fun and profit, for political and cultural advantage.
Atlas of vanishing places : the lost worlds as they were and as they are today, Travis Elborough ; maps by Martin Brown930.1 ELB
Barcelona and Catalonia, main contributors, Sally Davies946.7 DAV
An Eyewitness travel guide.
Beijing, author Andrew Humphreys951.156 HUM
An Eyewitness travel guide.
Britain's best real heritage pubs : pub interiors of outstanding historic interest, Geoff Brandwood941 BRA
Crete, Andrea Schulte-Peevers949.59 SCH
Lonely Planet.
Deception : how the Nazis tricked the last Jews of Europe, Christopher Hale940.5318 HAL
Descended from Patrick : the Montgomery family from County Antrim, Judith K. Bright929.2 MON
History of an Irish family that emigrated to Tasmania and New Zealand.
Dublin, Fionn Davenport941.83 DAV
Lonely Planet.
Dublin, authors, Polly Phillimore, Andrew Sanger941.83 PHI
An eyewitness top 10 travel guide.
Fighting Churchill, appeasing Hitler : Neville Chamberlain, Sir Horace Wilson, & Britain's plight of appeasement, 1937-1939, Adrian Phillips941.084 PHI
Finding a way to live : a race for the whale : a collection of photographs and historical information, with comments and stories from individuals gathered and correlated with love and good intentions by an ancestor over a period of time, compiled by Hoki Perano639.28 PER
A handful of ex-whalers helped to complete a scrapbook-type collection of their stories, photos, and other interesting data of New Zealand whaling histoty.
Florence & Tuscany, Nicola Williams, Virginia Maxwell945.5 WIL
Lonely Planet.
From the sea to the mountain : Whanganui - its regions & its rivers, editors, John Maslin, Doug Davidson993.54 FRO
God's war : a new history of the Crusades, Christopher Tyerman909.07 TYE
Great Britain, main contributors, Edward Aves941 AVE
An Eyewitness travel guide
History at a glance : illustrated time lines from prehistory to the present day.909 HIS
Indonesia, author, Linda Hoffman]. 959.8 HOF
Insight guide.
Ireland and the monarchy, John Gibney ed941.5 IRE
Italy, Cristian Bonetto945 BON
Lonely Planet.
Labyrinth of ice : the triumphant and tragic Greely polar expedition, Buddy Levy910.9163 LEV
Love and terror in the Third Reich : a tale of broken integrity, Peter Matheson and Heinke Sommer-Matheson940.5343 MAT
Madrid, main contributors, David Lyon946.41 LYO
An Eyewitness travel guide.
Mobituaries : great lives worth reliving, Mo Rocca and Jonathan Greenberg920.02 ROC
Mo Rocca has always loved obituaries reading about the remarkable lives of world leaders, captains of industry, innovators and artists. But not every notable life has gotten the send-off it deserves.
Montreal & Quebec City, Phillip Tang, Steve Fallon971.428 TAN
Lonely Planet.
Naples and the Amalfi Coast, main contributors, Bryan Pirolli945.73 PIR
An Eyewitness travel guide.
New York : through a fashion eye, Megan Hess974.71 HES
North Otago : stories of people and places, Violet Monteath-Walker993.91 MON
One man's terrorist : a political history of the IRA, Daniel Finn941.5082 FIN
Only in New York : 500 photos, 500 moments, the photography staff of The New York Times974.71 ONL
Phantom islands, Dirk Liesemer910.914 LIE
From the famed Atlantis to the remote Rupes Nigra, islands have long held our fascination: they are locales isolated from ordinary life, lurking in unexplored corners of the globe and thus full of undisclosed mysteries.
PrettycityNewYork : discovering New York's beautiful places, Siobhan Ferguson974.71 FER
Rome, blood and power : reform, murder and popular politics in the Late Republic 70-27 BC, Gareth C. Sampson937.05 SAM
Scott Base, Antarctica : the early years, Don Webster998.9 WEB
For two periods in the early 1960s young science technician Don Webster wintered over in Antarctica, helping build extensions to the New Zealand station at Scott Base. It was barely two years after Sir Edmond Hillary's support of the 1957-58 Commonwealth Trans-Antarctic Expedition.
Shadow city : a woman walks Kabul, Taran N. Khan958.1 KHA
Sovietistan : travels in Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, and Uzbekistan, Erika Fatland958 FAT
Syria : a historical and architectural guide, Warwick Ball956.91 BAL
The Clapperton diaries, John Clapperton with Crispin Caldicott920.71 CLA
An account of John Clapperton's childhood growing up in New Zealand during the Second World War, his travels overseas and his experiences living in the Far North of New Zealand. The author's aim is to ensure the memories of New Zealand seventy years ago are not completely lost.
The concise history of the crusades, Thomas F. Madden909.07 MAD
The 'Dark' Ages : from the Sack of Rome to Hastings, Martin J. Dougherty940.1 DOU
The day the wall broke : how a town rebuilt and recovered : a collection of stories, photos and articles from the Edgecumbe flood event of 2017, Haylee King, project writer993.425 DAY
The definitive bucket list : travel experiences in Australia and New Zealand : for the best years of your life, Lee Atkinson910.4 ATK
The dog went over the mountain : travels with Albie : an American journey, Peter Zheutlin973 ZHE
The fall of Richard Nixon : a reporter remembers Watergate, Tom Brokaw973.924 NIX
The gravediggers : the last winter of the Weimar Republic, R Barth and Hauke Friederichs943.085 BAR
The history of Taiwan, Xiaobing Li951.249 LI
The impeachers : the trial of Andrew Johnson and the dream of a just nation, Brenda Wineapple973.8 JOH
Wineapple examines Johnson's impeachment; the first in American history, and shows that it was a last-ditch, patriotic effort make the goals of the Civil War a reality, and to make the Union one again.
The inconvenient Indian : a curious account of native people in North America, Thomas King970.1 KIN
The invention of yesterday : a 50,000-year history of human culture, conflict, and connection, Tamim Ansary909 ANS
The last knight : the art, armor, and ambition of Maximilian I, Pierre Terjanian943.02 MAX
Maximilan I (1459-1519) skillfully crafted a public persona and personal mythology that eventually earned him the romantic sobriquet 'The Last Knight.' From the time he became duke of Burgundy at the age of eighteen until his death, his passion for the trappings and ideals of knighthood served his wordly ambitions, imaginative strategies, and resolute efforts to forge a legacy.
The Renaissance : the cultural rebirth of Europe, John D Wright940.21 WRI
The Seine : the river that made Paris, Elaine Sciolino944.36 SCI
The ship of dreams : the sinking of the Titanic and the end of the Edwardian era Also published with title: Darksome bounds of a failing world, Gareth Russell910.45 RUS
The vegan travel handbook : an inspiring and practical guide to vegan-friendly travel, Karen Chernick [and twelve others]910.2 CHE
Today in New Zealand history, Neill Atkinson, David Green, Gareth Phipps and Steve Watters993 ATK
Have you ever rolled your eyes and thought, 'Nothing happens in New Zealand?' Think again. For those in the know, every day on our calendar tells its own story.
Top 10 Istanbul, author, Melissa Shales956.1 SHA
An eyewitness top 10 travel guide.
Ultimate United Kingdom travelist : the top 500 experiences in the UK... ranked, written by Isabel Albiston941 ALB
Unsuitable for ladies : an anthology of women travellers, selected by Jane Robinson910.4 UNS
Walking in Austria, Kev Reynolds943.6 REY
Walks and climbs in the Pyrenees : walks, climbs and multi-day treks, Kev Reynolds946.52 REY
Wanderlust : the amazing Ida Pfeiffer, the first female tourist, John van Wyhe910.41 PFE
Wanderlust in Berlin : an insider's guide to the best places to eat, drink and explore, Julian Tompkin943.155 TOM
Women of the 1920s : style, glamour & the avant-garde, Thomas Bleitner920.72 BLE
Experience the glamor and excitement of the Jazz Age, through the lives of the women who defined it It was a time of unimagined new freedoms.
Women of the Third Reich : from camp guards to combatants, Tim Heath943.086 HEA

House & DIY

10-minute declutter : hundreds of tips to organize every room of your house, written by Skye Alexander640 ALE
At home, Isabel Lopez-Quesada747 LOP
Innovatively combining period and contemporary furniture and art in a sophisticated mix, the homes of Isabel Lopez-Quesada are inspirational and unforgettable. In At Home, the Spanish designer tells her own story.
Christmas at America's landmark houses, Patricia Hart McMillan & David Strahan747.93 MCM
Christmas by design : private homes decorated by leading designers, Patricia Hart McMillan and Katharine Kaye McMillan747.93 MCM
Cozy white cottage : 100 ways to love the feeling of being home, Liz Marie Galvan747 GAL
Downsize : living large in a small house, Sheri Koones728.37 KOO
Inspired by nature : creating a personal & natural interior, Hans Blomquist747 BLO
Life hacks : handy hints to make life easier, Dan Marshall640.41 MAR
Log cabins and outbuildings : a guide to building homes, barns, greenhouses, and more, the United States Department of Agriculture690.837 LOG
One-day DIY : modern farmhouse furniture : beautiful handmade tables, seating and more the fast and easy way, JP Strate & Liz Spillman684.08 STR
Shades of white : how to use the classic color in your home, Caroline McKenzie747.94 SHA
Smart spaces : creative homes that do more with less.747 SMA
Sophisticated simplicity, Suzanne Kasler747 KAS
Influential interior designer Suzanne Kasler shares her approach to the art of home decoration, from the fundamentals of room arrangement to finishing touches.
Ted's greenhouse : creating a four-season passive solar greenhouse from the ground up, Ted Keller and Peggy Hamill690.892 KEL
The gentle art of Swedish death cleaning : how to free yourself and your family from a lifetime of clutter Also published with title: Dostadning, Margareta Magnusson648.8
The year-round solar greenhouse : how to design and build a net-zero energy greenhouse, Lindsey Schiller with Marc Plinke690.892 SCH
Vintage living : creating a beautiful home with treasured objects from the past, Bob Richter747 RIC


Very modern mantras : daily affirmations for daily aggravations, Dan Zevin817.6 ZEV
Mindfulness meets the modern world with this collection of tongue-in-cheek chants for those daily moments that drive us insane.
We should all be Mirandas : life lessons from Sex and the City's most underrated character, Chelsea Fairless & Lauren Garroni646.7 FAI


Breaking news : the remaking of journalism and why it matters now, Alan Rusbridger070.4 RUS
Gotta get Theroux this, Louis Theroux070.92 THE
In 1994 fledgling journalist Louis Theroux was given a one-off gig on Michael Moore's TV Nation, presenting a segment on apocalyptic religious sects. Gawky, socially awkward and totally unqualified, his first reaction to this exciting opportunity was panic. But he'd always been drawn to off-beat characters, so maybe his enthusiasm would carry the day.
Stop reading the news : a manifesto for a happier, calmer and wiser life, Rolf Dobelli070.43 DOB
There's no crying in newsrooms : what women have learned about what it takes to lead, Kristin Grady Gilger and Julia Wallace070.4 GIL


Betrumped : the surprising history of 3,000 long-lost, exotic and endangered words, Edward Allhusen422.03 ALL


Exposure : poisoned water, corporate greed, and one lawyer's twenty-year battle against DuPont, Robert Bilott with Tom Shroder344.046 BIL
New Zealand employment law guide, Richard Rudman344.012 RUD
2020 edition.
The case for cannabis law reform, Vince McLeod345.0277 MCL
The Case For Cannabis Law Reform makes the comprehensive argument for reforming our cannabis laws. This book covers the practical, moral, economic, cultural, medicinal, historical and spiritual reasons to repeal cannabis prohibition - among others! Compiled by former Aotearoa Legalise Cannabis Party Membership Secretary Vince McLeod.
Vigilance and restraint in the common law of judicial review, Dean R. Knight347.012 KNI

Library Science

Move, play, learn : interactive storytimes with music, movement, and more, Alyssa Jewell027.62 JEW
The library : an illustrated history, Stuart A. P. Murray027 MUR
The no-nonsense guide to leadership, management and teamwork, Barbara Allan025.1 ALL
This book provides a straightforward and pragmatic guide to leadership, management and teamwork in contemporary library and information services.


Anne Bronte reimagined : a view from the twenty-first century, Adelle Hay823.8 BRO
Genius and ink : Virginia Woolf on how to read, Virginia Woolf824.912 WOO
How to write short stories and get them published, Ashley Lister808.3 LIS
J. R. R. Tolkien : inspiring lives, Robert S. Blackham823.912 TOL
This miscellany explores the fascinating and enigmatic world of J.R.R. Tolkien, examining his place in literary history, his books and his iconic characters.
Reading & rebellion : an anthology of radical writing for children, 1900-1960, Kimberley Reynolds, Jane Rosen, Michael Rosen808.899282 REA
Richard Jefferies : a miscellany, Richard Jefferies828.8 JEF
John Richard Jefferies (6 November 1848 14 August 1887) was an English nature writer, noted for his depiction of English rural life in essays, books of natural history, and novels.
She speaks : the power of women's voices, Yvette Cooper808.85 COO
The Bronte myth, Lucasta Miller823.8 BRO
The dolphin letters, 1970-1979 : Elizabeth Hardwick, Robert Lowell and their circle, Saskia Hamilton818.54 HAR
The influential author : how and why to write, publish and sell nonfiction books that matter, Gregory V. Diehl808.066 DIE

Music & Musicians

How to make it in the new music business : practical tips on building a loyal following and making a living as a musician, Ari Herstand780 HER
It gets me home, this curving track, Ian Penman780.973 PEN
A collection of essays from British music critic Ian Penman, exploring the work of James Brown, Charlie Parker, Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra, Prince, and others.
The song remains the same : 800 years of love songs, laments and lullabies, Andrew Ford & Anni Heino780.9 FOR
To feel the music : a songwriter's mission to save high-quality audio, Neil Young and Phil Baker781.49 YOU
Wilco-pedia : a comprehensive guide to the music of America's best band, Daniel Cook Johnson781.66 WIL
Zappa gear : the unique guitars, amplifiers, effects units, keyboards and studio equipment of Frank Zappa, Mick Eckers781.66 ZAP


Brain changers : major advances in children's learning and intelligence, David P. Sortino155.413 SOR
Equally shared parenting : rewriting the rules for a new generation of parents, Marc and Amy Vachon649.1 VAC
Failure to launch : why your twentysomething hasn't grown up...and what to do about it, Mark McConville, Ph.D306.874 MCC
How to build your baby's brain : a parent's guide to using new gene science to raise a smart, secure, and successful child, Dr. Gail Gross649.1 GRO
The best baby names for girls : : the ultimate resource for finding the perfect girl name, Emily Larson929.4 LAR
The kids are in bed : finding time for yourself in the chaos of parenting, Rachel Bertsche649.1 BER
The power of showing up : how parental presence shapes who our kids become and how their brains get wired, Daniel J. Siegel, M.D., Tina Payne Bryson, Ph.D649.1 SIE

Personal Development

A theory of human motivation, Abraham H. Maslow153.8 MAS
Abstract reasoning tests, Richard McMunn153.94 MCM
All the lives we ever lived : seeking solace in Virginia Woolf, Katharine Smyth155.937 SMY
All the Lives We Ever Lived is a wholly original debut: a love letter from a daughter to her father, and from a reader to her most cherished author.
Am I overthinking this? : over-answering life's questions in 101 charts/ by Michelle Rial.152.46 RIA
Blink : the power of thinking without thinking, Malcolm Gladwell153.44 GLA
Crucial conversations : tools for talking when stakes are high, Kerry Patterson153.6 CRU
Eff this! meditation : 108 tips, tricks, & ideas for when you're feeling anxious, stressed out, or overwhelmed, Liza Kindred158.12 KIN
Get a fcking grip : how to get your life back on track Also published with title: How to get a grip, Matthew Kimberley158.1 KIM
Good habits, bad habits : the science of making positive changes that stick, Wendy Wood152.33 WOO
How high can you bounce? : turn setbacks into comeback, Roger Crawford155.24 CRA
How to bounce forward : change the way you deal with adversity Also published with title: Bounce forward, Sam Cawthorn158.1 CAW
How to lead in a world of distraction : maximizing your influence by turning down the noist, Clay Scroggins153.73 SCR
It's ok not to be ok : good advice and kind words for positive mental well-being, Claire Chamberlain158.1 CHA
Kindfulness, Caroline Millington158.1 MIL
That's where kindfulness comes in blending mindfulness with being kind to yourself. Simply, remembering to treat yourself with kindness in all instances.
Lateral thinking : an introduction, Edward de Bono153.35 DE
Mindfulness @ work : simple meditations and practices for a more stress-free and productive working life, Anna Black158.7 BLA
Moving through grief : proven techniques for finding your way after any loss, Gretchen Kubacky155.937 KUB
Serious creativity, Edward de Bono153.35 DE
If you want to be the best, focus on your most valuable asset: the power of your creative mind. As competition and the pace of change intensify, companies and individuals need to harness their creativity to stay ahead of the field.
Sorry I'm late : I didn't want to come, Jessica Pan155.23 PAN
Follows Jess's hilarious and painful year of misadventures in extroverting, reporting back from the frontlines for all the introverts out there. But is life actually better or easier for the extroverts? Do they really have all the fun?
Stop missing your life : how to be deeply present in an un-present world, Cory Muscara158.1 MUS
Take the risk : learning to identify, choose, and live with acceptable risk, Ben Carson with Gregg Lewis158.1 CAR
The ape that understood the universe : how the mind and culture evolve, Steve Stewart-Williams155.7 STE
The art of making memories : how to create and remember happy moments, Meik Wiking153.14 WIK
The book of ichigo ichie : the art of making the most of every moment, the Japanese way, Hector Garcia and Francesc Miralles158.1 GAR
The case against reality : how evolution hid the truth from our eyes, Donald Hoffman152.14 HOF
The empath's survival guide : life strategies for sensitive people, Judith Orloff, MD155.23 ORL
The joy of missing out : live more by doing less, Tonya Dalton158.1 DAL
The little book of colour : how to use the psychology of colour to transform your life, Karen Haller155.9 HAL
The power of your subconscious mind, Joseph Murphy154.2 MUR
The unexpected joy of the ordinary : in celebration of being average, Catherine Gray158 GRA
The warrior heart practice : a simple process to transform confusion into clarity and pain into peace, HeatherAsh Amara158.1 AMA
A revolutionary process based on the four chambers of the heart and rooted in Toltec wisdom that brings emotional clarity, healing and freedom.
Tiny habits : + the small changes that change everything, BJ Fogg, PhD152.33 FOG
Triggers : how we can stop reacting and start healing, David Richo155.9 RIC
What if this were enough? : essays, Heather Havrilesky158 HAV
Willpower doesn't work : discover the hidden keys to success, Benjamin Hardy, PhD158.1 HAR
Your body is your brain : leverage your somatic intelligence to find purpose, build resilience, deepen relationships and lead more powerfully, Amanda Blake153.9 BLA
You're not listening : what you're missing and why it matters, Kate Murphy153.6 MUR

Pets & Animals

A breed apart : my adventures with Britain's rare breeds, Adam Henson636.082 HEN
Beekeeping : a seasonal guide, Ron Brown638.1 BRO
Breeding from your bitch, Tony Buckwell636.7082 BUC
For the love of rescue cats : the guide to selecting, training, and caring for your cat, Carol Griglione and Mick McAuliffe636.80887 GRI
Horse senses, Susan McBane636.1083 MCB
The five senses are covered in this book: hearing, sight, smell, taste and touch. Each section explains how the horses' sense works and then this is related to care, behavior and riding, explaining why some practices are appropriate and why some are not.
The complete book of cat & dog health, Lise Hansen636.083 HAN
The honey bee : understanding the ultimate engineer, David Cramp638.1 CRA
The ultimate guide to raising a puppy : how to train and care for your new dog, Victoria Stilwell636.70887 STI
The veterinary guide to goat health and welfare Also published with title: Goat health and welfare, David Harwood636.39 HAR
The year of the dogs, Vincent J. Musi636.7 MUS
This chicken life : stories of chickens and the Australians who love them, written by Fiona Scott-Norman636.5 SCO

Philosophy & Psychology

Becoming animal : an earthly cosmology, David Abram128 ABR
This work is an exploration of our human entanglement with the rest of nature.
Doing philosophy : from common curiosity to logical reasoning, Timothy Williamson100 WIL
How to be an existentialist ; or, How to get real, get a grip and stop making excuses, Gary Cox142 COX
Learning who you are : an introduction to experimental spirituality, Peter Calvert and Keith Hill100 CAL
Meditations, Marcus Aurelius188 MAR
On the genealogy of morals : a polemic, Friedrich Nietzsche193 NIE
Posthuman knowledge, Rosi Braidotti144 BRA
Psychology : the basics, Rolf Reber150 REB
Psychology as a human science : a phenomenologically based approach, Amedeo Giorgi150 GIO
Psychology of the unconscious : a study of the transformations and symbolisms of the libido : a contribution to the history of the evolution of thought, Dr. C. G. Jung ; authorized translation, with introduction by Beatrice M. Hinkle, M.D150.1954 JUN
This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it.
The untethered soul : the journey beyond yourself, Michael A. Singer126 SIN


A wandering eye : travels with my phone, Miguel Flores-Vianna779 FLO
Flores-Vianna shares some 250 of his favorite images taken all over Europe, Africa, Asia, and the Americas captured only with his smartphone in the hope that viewers, seeing the world through his eyes, will learn to love these most wondrous of places as much as he does.
Dora Maar, Damarice Amao, Amanda Maddox, and Karolina Ziebinska-Lewandowska779 MAA
Examines the work of artist and photographer Dora Maar (1907-1997), who was active at the height of Surrealism in France.
Elements, Jason Hetherington x Mel Arter779 HET
Here, photographer Jason Hetherington (born 1972) and make-up artist Mel Arter, both based in London, debunk the modern-day fashion industry bias toward airbrushed perfection with their collaborative volume Elements.
Kwame Brathwaite : black is beautiful, Tanisha C. Ford779 BRA
In the late 1950s and throughout the 1960s, Kwame Brathwaite used his photography to popularize the political slogan "Black Is Beautiful." This monograph the first ever dedicated to Brathwaite's remarkable career tells the story of a key, but under-recognized, figure of the second Harlem Renaissance.
Lost and found : the mansions of Bengal and Bangladesh, Kip Scott779 SCO
Magnum streetwise, Stephen McLaren779 MAG
Ambitious in scope, democratic in nature, 'Magnum Streetwise' is an unmissable tour through the photographs and practices that have helped define what street photography is and can be.
National Geographic photo basics : the ultimate beginner's guide to great photography, Joel Sartore with Heather Perry771 SAR
We all want something beautiful, Randall Slavin778.92 SLA
Featuring stunning portraits and spirited candids of the most recognizable people in Hollywood.
Women : the National Geographic image collection, introduction by Susan Goldberg779 WOM


A collection of poems, Robert Frost811.52 FRO
Crush, Richard Siken813.6 SIK
Siken writes with ferocity, and his reader hurtles unstoppably with him. His poetry is confessional, gay, savage, and charged with violent eroticism.
Dog poems, the World's greatest poets808.819362 DOG
Love is strong as death, Paul Kelly808.81 LOV
Paul Kelly's songs are steeped in poetry. And now he has gathered from around the world the poems he loves, poems that have inspired and challenged him over the years, a number of which he has set to music.
Rendang, Will Harris821.92 HAR
English poetry.
Star trails : learning to see - a memoir, Alexandra Fraser821.92 FRA
New Zealand poetry.
The book of Taliesin : poems of warfare and praise in an enchanted Britain, translated by Gwyneth Lewis and Rowan Williams891.66 BOO
The rose that blooms in the night, Allie Michelle811.6 MIC
The Rose That Blooms in the Night is a collection of poems from spoken word poet, yoga instructor, podcaster, and Instagram influencer Allie Michelle.
Time for lights out, Raymond Briggs828.914 BRI
In his customary pose as the grumpiest of grumpy old men, Raymond Briggs contemplates old age and death... and doesn't like them much. Illustrated with Briggs's inimitable pencil drawings.

Politics & Government

A thousand small sanities : the moral adventure of liberalism, Adam Gopnik320.51 GOP
A very stable genius : Donald J. Trump's testing of America, Philip Rucker and Carol Leonnig973.933 TRU
A warning, Anonymous973.933 TRU
An unprecedented behind-the-scenes portrait of the Trump presidency from the anonymous senior official whose first words of warning about the president rocked the nation's capital.
Deep State : Trump, the FBI, and the rule of law, James B. Stewart363.25 STE
Deep State goes beyond the limits of the legally constrained Mueller report, showing how the president's obsession with the idea of a conspiracy against him is still upending lives and sending shockwaves through both the FBI and the Department of Justice.
First-class passengers on a sinking ship : elite politics and the decline of great powers, Richard Lachmann327.1 LAC
From Russia with blood : Putin's ruthless killing campaign and secret war on the West, Heidi Blake327.47 BLA
The untold story of how Russia refined the art and science of targeted assassination abroad-while Western spies watched in horror as their governments failed to guard against the threat.
Ghost colonies : failed utopias, forgotten exiles and abandoned outposts of empire, Ed Wright321.08 WRI
Guilty by reason of insanity : why the Democrats must not win, David Limbaugh324.273 LIM
Just mercy : a story of justice and redemption, Bryan Stevenson353.48 STE
Soon to be a major motion-picture starring Michael B. Jordan, Jamie Foxx, and Brie Larson. #1 New York Times bestseller, and a widely acclaimed and multi-award-winning book, this is a powerful, true story about the potential for mercy to redeem us, and a clarion call to fix America's broken system of justice, as seen in the HBO documentary True Justice.
Targeted : my inside story of Cambridge Analytica and how Trump, Brexit and Facebook broke democracy, Brittany Kaiser324.7 KAI
The dictatorship syndrome, Alaa Al Aswany ; translated by Russell Harris321.9 ASW
The new imperialism, David Harvey320.973 HAR
People around the world are confused and concerned. Is it a sign of strength or of weakness that the US has suddenly shifted from a politics of consensus to one of coercion on the world stage?
The next republic : the rise of a new radical majority, D. D. Guttenplan320.51 GUT
Triggered : how the Left thrives on hate and wants to silence us, Donald Trump Jr973.933 TRU
What was liberalism? : the past, present, and promise of a noble idea, James Traub320.51 TRA


Kia mau : resisting colonial fictions, Tina Ngata993 NGA
This book is a compilation of essays written by Tina Ngata about New Zealand's TUIA250 Commemorations of James Cook's voyages to New Zealand and the Pacific.
M?ori made easy. Workbook/Kete 8 : for everyday learners of the M?ori language, Scotty Morrison499.442 MOR
Reo ora. Level 1-2 : a M?ori language course : ko te p?, ko te more, R?pata Wiri499.442 WIR
The great canoes in the sky : starlore and astronomy of the South Pacific, Stephen Robert Chadwick and Martin Paviour-Smith520 CHA

Religion & Ethics

Buddhism, Jonathan Landaw, Stephan Bodian, and Gudrun Buhnemann294.3 LAN
Heart and mind : the four-gospel journey for radical transformation, Alexander John Shaia with Michelle L. Gaugy226 SHA
How to be trustworthy, Katherine Hawley179.9 HAW
Humanity in crisis : ethical and religious response to refugees, David Hollenbach, S.J261.832 HOL
Into the world : a handbook of mystical and shamanic practice, Leila Lees201.4 LEE
Meditation : experiences of the higher worlds, Sri Chinmoy291.43 CHI
Modern death : how medicine changed the end of life, Haider Warraich, M.D179.7 WAR
Pharisees & fallacies : myth and reality in religious thought, Norman Maclean201 MCL
Romans unplugged : reading Paul's letter to the Romans in the twenty-first century, Les Brighton227.1 BRI
Tea and cake with demons : a Buddhist guide to feeling worthy, Adreanna Limbach294.34 LIM
That all shall be saved : Heaven, hell, and universal salvation, David Bentley Hart234 HAR
The five books of Moses : a translation with commentary, Robert Alter222.1 FIV
The flip : epiphanies of mind and the future of knowledge, Jeffrey J. Kripal215 KRI
The grace in aging : awaken as you grow older, Kathleen Dowling Singh204.4 SIN
The grace in living : recognize it, trust it, abide in it, Kathleen Dowling Singh204.4 SIN
The irony of modern Catholic history : how the Church rediscovered itself and challenged the modern world to reform, George Weigel282 WEI
The longing for less : living with minimalism, Kyle Chayka179.9 CHA
The prince : faith, abuse and George Pell, David Marr282.092 PEL
Cardinal George Pell is behind bars. In August 2019, his appeal failed. Australia's most senior Catholic, the man once in charge of the Vatican's finances, remains in prison for sexually assaulting children. In The Prince, David Marr investigates Pell's career and his ultimate fall.
The two popes : Francis, Benedict and the decision that shook the world, Anthony McCarten282 MCC
When less becomes more : making space for slow, simple & good, Emily Ley248.4 LEY
Why Catholics leave, what they miss, and how they might return, Stephen Bullivant282 BUL


A polar affair : Antarctica's forgotten hero and the secret love lives of penguins, Lloyd Spencer Davis598.47 DAV
Antimony, gold, and Jupiter's wolf : how the elements were named, Peter Wothers546 WOT
Bee, Claire Preston595.79 PRE
Claire Preston's Bee is a history of our long, complex relationship with this industrious, much-admired insect.
Britain's freshwater fishes, Mark Everard597.0941 EVE
Change is the only constant : the wisdom of calculus in a madcap world, Ben Orlin515 ORL
Close to birds : an intimate look at our feathered friends, photographs by Roine Magnusson ; text by Mats Ottosson and +sa Ottosson598 OTT
Closer to the ground : an outdoor family's year on the water, in the woods and at the table, Dylan Tomine508 TOM
Dark skies : a journey into the wild night, Tiffany Francis520 FRA
Falling felines and fundamental physics, Gregory J. Gbur530 GBU
Fibonacci's rabbits : and 49 other breakthroughs that revolutionised mathematics, Adam Hart-Davis510 HAR
Flora of the Mediterranean with California, Chile, Australia & South Africa : an illustrated guide, Christopher Martin Gardner, Ba?ak Głner Gardner581 GAR
Galaxies : birth and destiny of our universe, Govert Schilling523.112 SCH
Genetics, Tara Rodden Robinson and Lisa Cushman Spock576.5 ROB
This updated edition covers recent developments, trends, applications, and much more.
Handprints on Hubble : an astronaut's story of invention, Kathryn D. Sullivan522.2 SUL
How cosmologists explain the universe to friends and family, Karim A. Malik, David R. Matravers523.1 MAL
Last chance to see, Douglas Adams & Mark Carwardine591.68 ADA
Last Chance to See is the tale of an unforgettable wildlife odyssey and a timely reminder of all that we must protect.
Maths unwrapped : the easy way to understand and master mathematics, Mattias Ribbing & Per Sundin510 RIB
Nature's explorers : adventurers who recorded the wonder of the natural world.508 NAT
Owls of the world : a photographic guide, Heimo Mikkola598.97 MIK
Precalculus, Fred Safier512.1 SAF
Probability, random variables, and random processes, Hwei P. Hsu, PhD519.2 HSU
RSPB garden birds, Marianne Taylor598.0941 TAY
From urban rooftops to open meadows, the incredible diversity of gardens in the British Isles can provide refuge and feeding opportunities for a vast array of birds.
Saturn, William Sheehan523.46 SHE
Saturn is the showpiece planet of our solar system. It may not be the largest, nor the smallest, nor even the only planet with rings. But it is among the most stunning objects in the sky and is always breathtaking when seen in a telescope.
The champions of camouflage, Jean-Philippe Noel, Biosphoto591.4 NOE
Whether to escape predators or to surprise their prey, the talented strategists of nature survive using visual trickery and fascinating biology.
The crowd & the cosmos : adventures in the zooniverse, Chris Lintott523.1 LIN
The Firefly guide to minerals, rocks & gems, Rupert Hochleitner549 HOC
The handy science answer book, complied by the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh500 HAN
The lost planets : Peter van de Kamp and the vanishing exoplanets around Barnard's Star, John Wenz ; foreword by Corey S. Powell523.24 WEN
The marine biota of New Zealand : catalogue and description of the coccolithophores (Haptophyta, Coccolithophyceae), calcareous, scale-bearing microalgae, in New Zealand waters, F. Hoe Chang579.8 CHA
The pollinator victory garden : win the war on pollinator decline with ecological gardening : how to attract and support bees, beetles, butterflies, bats, and other pollinators, Kim Eierman576.87 EIE
Tides : the science and spirit of the ocean, Jonathan White551.46 WHI
Topology : a very short introduction, Richard Earl514 EAR
Trees of life, Max Adams582.16 ADA
A captivatingly informative and visually beautiful survey of the tree species, from all over the world, that human cultures have found most useful.
Tui in our garden : Rex Auty photography., by Rex Auty598.8 AUT
A photographic exploration of the life of one of New Zealand's favourite native birds, the tui..
Underland : a deep time journey, Robert Macfarlane551.44 MCF
In Underland, Macfarland delivers his masterpiece: an epic exploration of the Earth's underworlds as they exist in myth, literature, memory, and the land itself. He takes us on an extraordinary journey into our relationship with darkness, burial, and what lies beneath the surface of both place and mind.
Waters of the world : the story of the scientists who unravelled the mysteries of our seas, glaciers, and atmosphere and made the planet whole, Sarah Dry551.6 DRY
What do animals think and feel?, Karsten Brensing591.5 BRE

Social Issues

A better planet : 40 big ideas for a sustainable future, Daniel C. Esty363.7 BET
After : the impact of child abuse, Libby Moore362.76 MOO
Alcohol and humans : a long and social affair, Kimberley J. Hockings, Robin Dunbar394.1 ALC
All the president's women : Donald Trump and the making of a predator, Barry Levine and Monique El-Faizy973.933 TRU
An extensive new look at Donald Trump's relationships with women, revealing new accusations of sexual misconduct, exploring the roots of his alleged predatory behaviour, and illustrating how Trump's presidency has helped catalyze the #MeToo movement and revitalize women's activism.
All who live on Islands, Lu Yangi, Rose Lu305.8951 LU
All Who Live on Islands introduces a bold new voice in New Zealand literature.Frank and compassionate, Rose Lu's stories illuminate the cultural and linguistic questions that migrants face, as well as what it is to be a young person living in 21st-century Aotearoa New Zealand.
Among the thugs, Bill Buford363.32 BUF
What sort of man spends his Saturday afternoons with people named Bonehead, Paraffin Pete and Steamin' Sammy? Bill Buford's acclaimed 'Among the Thugs' is a book about the experience, and the attractions, of crowd violence.
Anatomy of terror : a study of the varying contexts in which different societies justify violence, Bill Peddie303.62 PED
Apple, tree : writers on their parents, edited and with an introduction by Lise Funderburg306.874 APP
Charles Booth's London poverty maps.362.5 CHA
Cleared out : first contact in the Western Desert, Sue Davenport, Peter Johnson & Yuwali305.89915 DAV
This is the story of first contact between a young aboriginal woman, Yuwali, and European Australia. It happened in 1964, but its genesis began in 1947, when the Commonwealth Government announced a rocket testing range was to be located at Woomera Yuwali's country.
Counselling children : a practical introduction, Kathryn Geldard, David Geldard and Rebecca Yin Foo362.7 GEL
Crack : rock cocaine, street capitalism, and the decade of greed, David Farber362.298 FAR
Don't be evil : the case against big tech, Rana Foroohar303.483 FOR
Today Google and Facebook receive 90% of the world's news ad-spending. Amazon takes half of all ecommerce in the US. Google and Apple operating systems run on all but 1% of cell phones globally. And 80% of corporate wealth is now held by 10% of companies not the GEs and Toyotas of this world, but the digital titans. How did we get here? How did the tech industry get to dominate our world so completely?
Furry nation : the true story of America's most misunderstood subculture, Joe Strike306.1 STR
Furry fandom is a recent phenomenon, but anthropomorphism is an instinct hard-wired into the human mind: the desire to see animals on a more equal footing with people.
Grandmothering : building strong ties with every generation, Kathleen Stassen Berger306.8745 BER
How shall I live my life? : on liberating the Earth from civilization, Derrick Jensen304.2 JEN
Indigenous peoples and dementia : new understandings of memory loss and memory care, Wendy Hulko, Danielle Wilson, and Jean E. Balestrery362.19683 IND
Lean logic : a dictionary for the future and how to survive it, David Fleming304.2 FLE
Make noise : a creator's guide to podcasting and great audio storytelling, Eric Nuzum302.234 NUZ
Manhood : the bare reality, Laura Dodsworth305.31 DOD
Matter & desire : an erotic ecology, Andreas Weber. 304.2 WEB
Mining social media : finding stories in Internet data, Lam Thuy Vo302.23 VO
Modern love : true stories of love, loss and redemption, Daniel Jones306.7 MOD
Narcotics Anonymous.362.293 NAR
This is the basic text of the Narcotics Anonymous fellowship. Just as with alcoholism, there is no 'cure' for narcotic addiction, but recovery is possible through a program adapted from the "Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions" of Alcoholics Anonymous.
No more rubbish excuses : how to reduce your waste and why you must do it now, Martin Dorey363.728 DOR
No visible bruises : what we don't know about domestic violence can kill us, Rachel Louise Snyder362.829 SNY
Not forsaken : a story of life after abuse, Jennifer Michelle Greenberg362.76 GRE
Jenn Greenberg was abused by her church-going father. Yet she is still a Christian. In this courageous, compelling book, she reflects on how God brought life and hope in the darkest of situations. Jenn shows how the gospel enables survivors to navigate issues of guilt, forgiveness, love, and value.
Not just lucky : why women do the work but don't take the credit, Jamila Rizvi305.42 RIZ
Older but better, but older, Caroline de Maigret and Sophia Mas305.40944 MAI
People of the rainforest : the Villas Boas brothers, explorers and humanitarians of the Amazon, John Hemming305.8 HEM
Author and explorer John Hemming vividly traces the unique adventures of these extraordinary brothers, who used their fame to change attitudes to native peoples and to help protect the world's surviving tropical rainforests, under threat again today.
Quit like a woman : the radical choice to not drink in a culture obsessed with alcohol, Holly Whitaker362.292 WHI
Rebel cities : from the right to the city to the urban revolution, David Harvey303.484 HAR
Long before the Occupy movement, modern cities had already become the central sites of revolutionary politics, where the deeper currents of social and political change rise to the surface.
Regenerative development and design : a framework for evolving sustainability, Pamela Mang, Ben Haggard, Regenesis363.7 MAN
Resistance (at all costs) : how Trump haters are breaking America, Kimberley Strassel323.04 STR
Slaves amoung us : the hidden world of human trafficking, Monique Villa306.362 VIL
The bad trip : dark omens, new worlds, and the end of the sixties, James Riley306 RIL
A brilliant and trenchant cultural history published 50 years after the action drawing on interviews with key figures from the music, art, and film scenes of the late 1960s and early 1970s in the US and UK.
The essential family guide to caring for older people, Deborah Stone362.63 STO
The fine art of small talk : how to start a conversation, keep it going, build networking skills, and leave a positive impression!, Debra Fine302.224 FIN
The Kissinger Report : NSSM-200 implications of worldwide population growth for US security interests.363.9 KIS
The life you can save : how to do your part to end world poverty, Peter Singer362.57 SIN
The mindful guide to conflict resolution : how to thoughtfully handle difficult situations, conversations, and personalities, Rosalie Puiman303.69 PUI
The new New Zealand : the M?ori and P?keh? populations, William Edward Moneyhun305.8 MON
This anthropological inquiry focuses on religion and related symbols, forms of reciprocity, the operation of power and the concept of culture as these themes have developed in modern New Zealand society.
The new smart : how nurturing creativity will help children thrive, Dr. Terry Roberts305.231 ROB
The right to have rights, Stephanie DeGooyer323 DEG
The sun shines through : how to save your own life (and other misadventures) : the story of two cancers and cannabis oil, Sharon King362.196994 KIN
Think like a startup : get agile and unleash your inner entrepreneur Also published with the title: The lessons school forgot, Steve Sammartino303.483 SAM
Unprecedented crime : climate science denial and game changers for survival, Dr. Peter D. Carter, Elizabeth Woodworth363.7387 CAR
Unveiled : how western liberals empower radical Islam, Yasmine Mohammed305.486 MOH
What does it mean to be white? : developing white racial literacy, Robin DiAngelo305.8 DIA

Sport & Recreation

Basic training of the young horse : dressage, jumping, cross-country, Ingrid and Reiner Klimke798.23 KLI
Critical Role : Tal'Dorei campaign setting, Matthew Mercer with James Haeck793.93 MER
Critical Role has taken the roleplaying world by storm and now you can join the adventure! Until now, the wondrous and dangerous lands of Tal'Dorei have been the sole stomping grounds of the show's adventuring company, Vox Machina. But now, you can explore these realms in a tome from the pen of Game Master Matt Mercer himself!
Feet in the clouds : a tale of fell-running and obsession, Richard Askwith796.428 ASK
Feet in the Clouds is a chronicle of a masochistic but admirable sporting obsession and an insight into one of the oldest extreme sports.
Ghosts of Saltmarsh, lead designers, Mike Mearls, Kate Welch ; lead editor, Kim Mohan. 793.93 GHO
Explore the waves above and the fathoms below in these watery adventures for the world's greatest roleplaying game. Ghosts of Saltmarsh brings classic adventures into fifth edition Dungeons & Dragons.
Nature play at home : creating outdoor spaces that connect children with the natural world, Nancy Strinist796.5 STR
Sporting gender : the history, science, and stories of transgender and intersex athletes, Joanna Harper796.08 HAR
The magic of spin : Australia's greatest spin bowlers, Ashley Mallett796.358 MAL


A practical introduction to numerology : your expert guide to understanding the hidden power of numbers, Sonia Ducie133.335 DUC
Afterlife teaching from Stephen the Martyr : conversations about the spiritual life : the testimony of, Michael Cocks133.9013 COC
Royal witches : from Joan of Navarre to Elizabeth Woodville, Gemma Hollman133.43 JEA
Tarot for self-care : how to use tarot to manifest your best self, Minerva Siegel133.324 SIE
The crystal alchemist : a comprehensive guide to unlocking the transforming power of gems & stones, Karen Frazier133.25 FRA
The hidden universe : an investigation into non-human intelligences, Anthony Peake133.9 PEA
The ultimate guide to witchcraft : a modern-day guide to making magick, Anjou Kiernan133.43 KIE
Wicca : a modern guide to witchcraft & magick, Harmony Nice299.9 NIC


Anatomy of the works Minis, Brian Moylan629.228 MOY
The inside story of how the giant-killing Minis of rallying, rallycross and racing fame were converted from standard Mini- Coopers in the BMC Competitions Department.
Autopia : the future of cars, Jon Bentley629.222 BEN
British railway infrastructure since 1970 : an historical overview, Paul D. Shannon385.0941 SHA
Cars : accelerating the modern world, Brendan Cormier and Lizzie Bisley629.222 CAR
Commercial bus body builders of New Zealand. Part 1, Austral to Hawke, Sean Millar338.762 MIL
Concept cars : new technologies for the 21st century, text by Larry Edsall629.222 EDS
Concorde : supersonic icon, Ingo W. Bauernfeind629.13334 CON
Driving : the road to professionalism, Stefan Sobolewski and Stefan T. Sobolewski629.283 SOB
This book has been written to create for you a fundamental driving strategy which will enhance the vision, skills, and competency of the driver.
Ford Mustand : the first generation, Clive Branson629.2222 FOR
Heathrow Airport : yesterday, today and tomorrow, Alan Gallop387.736 GAL
How to buy a used motorcycle, Harley Callan629.2275 CAL
I have control : a pilot's view of changing airliner technology, Keith Spragg629.13252 SPR
Increase your gas mileage : 48 tips anyone can use to get great gas mileage and save money, Henry Owen629.253 OWE
London's transport recalled : a pictorial history, Martin Jenkins & Charles Roberts388.4 JEN
Luxury railway travel : a social and business history, Martyn Pring385.0941 PRI
Range Rover second generation : the complete story, James Taylor629.2222 LAN
River Thames shipping since 2000 : cargo shipping, Malcolm Batten623.8245 BAT
Ships of splendour : passenger liners in colour, William H. Miller387.243 MIL
Skoolie! : how to convert a school bus or van into a tiny home or recreational vehicle, Will Sutherland629.226 SUT
Stress-free navigation : electronic and traditional, Duncan Wells623.89 WEL
All boaters, whether under sail or under power, need to be able to navigate safely on the water--both to keep themselves and their crew out of trouble and to avoid endangering others.
Supertanker : living on a monster VLCC, Dr Ray Solly623.8245 SOL
Tales of Triumph motorcycles & the Meriden Factory, Hughie Hancox629.2275 TRI
The aircraft book : the definitive visual history.629.13334 AIR
The all-American hot rod : the cars, the legends, the passion, editor, Michael Dregni629.228 ALL
The complete book of Jaguar : every model since 1935, Nigel Thorley629.2222 JAG
The Wright flyers 1899-1916 : the kites, gliders, and aircraft that launched the "air age", Richard P. Hallion629.13 HAL
Unfamiliar underground : finding the calm in the chaos of London's tube stations, Victoria Louise Howard388.42 HOW

War & Defence

A higher call : the incredible true story of heroism and chivalry during the Second World War, Adam Makos with Larry Alexander940.544 MAK
The story of two fighter pilots, an American and a German, whose remarkable encounter during World War II became the stuff of legend.
Behind barbed wire : searching for Japanese Americans incarcerated during World War II, words and photographs by Paul Kitagaki Jr940.5317 KIT
Britain's last invasion : the battle of Fishguard, 1797, Phil Carradice942.9 CAR
Corsair KD431 : the time-capsule fighter, David Morris623.7464 COR
Dagger 22 : U.S. Marine Corps special operations in Bala Murghab, Afghanistan, Michael Golembesky958.1 GOL
Deeds not words : mercantile marine war medal applications on the New Zealand roll, P J Beattie and M J Pomeroy355.134 BEA
Double crossed : the missionaries who spied for the United States during the Second World War, Matthew Avery Sutton940.5486 SUT
Escape from Paris : a true story of love and resistance in wartime France, Stephen Harding940.5344 HAR
Hotchkiss machine guns, John Walter623.442 WAL
Invasion : the forgotten French bid to conquer England, Duncan Cameron942.037 CAM
Leadership in war : essential lessons from those who made history, Andrew Roberts355.33 ROB
Lockheed F-104 Starfighter : a history, Martin W. Bowman623.7464 BOW
Me 262 vs P-51 Mustang : Europe 1944-45, Robert Forsyth623.7464 MES
Arguably two of the finest fighters built during the course of World War II, the Me 262 and P-51 Mustang heralded new dawns in aircraft performance.
MiG Alley : the US Air Force in Korea 1950-53, Thomas McKelvey Cleaver951.9042 CLE
Missing : the need for closure after the Great War, Richard van Emden940.48 VAN
Nimrod boys : true tales from the operators of the RAF's Cold War trailblazer, Tony Blackman with Joe Kennedy623.7467 BLA
No glory without effort = Pas de gloire sans effort, Glyn Strange, translation by Pascal Dupin940.5421 STO
New edition.
Nuking the moon : and other intelligence schemes and military plots left on the drawing board, Vince Houghton355.07 HOU
Operation chariot : the St Nazaire Raid, 1942, Jean-Charles Stasi940.5421 STA
Operation Swallow : American soldiers' remarkable escape from Berga Concentration Camp, Mark Felton940.5317 FEL
RAAF Black Cats : the secret history of the covert Catalina mine-laying operations Japan's war machine, Robert Cleworth and John Suter-Linton940.544 CLE
Rabaul 1943-44 : reducing Japan's great island fortress, Mark Lardas940.5426 LAR
Stuka attack! : the dive-bombing assault on England during the Battle of Britain, Andy Saunders940.544 SAU
Tap code : the epic survival tale of a Vietnam POW and the secret code that changed everything : a true story, Col. Carlyle "Smitty" Harris (Ret.) and Sara W. Berry959.7043 HAR
The (real) revolution in military affairs, Andrei Martyanv355.0332 MAR
This book provides deep insight into the technological evolution of weapons and its impact on international relations in the 20th and 21st centuries.
The elite : the A-Z of modern special operations forces, Leigh Neville356.167 NEV
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The right kind of crazy : my life as a Navy SEAL, covert operative, and boy scout from hell, Clint Emerson359.98 EME
The world encyclopedia of knives, daggers & bayonets : an authoritative history and visual directory of sharp-edged weapons and blades from around the world, Dr Tobias Capwell623.441 CAP
Three days at the brink : FDR's daring gamble to win World War II, Bret Baier with Catherine Whitney940.531 BAI
Trump and his generals : the cost of chaos, Peter Bergen355.0335 BER
From one of America's preeminent national security journalists, an explosive, news-breaking account of Donald Trump's collision with the American national security establishment, and with the world.
Typhoon to Typhoon : RAF air support projects and weapons since 1945, Chris Gibson358.43 GIB
Verdun : the lost history of the most important battle of World War I, 1914-1918, John Mosier940.42 MOS