New Titles Non-Fiction May 2019 (arrived in April)

Art & Architecture

14-18 now: contemporary arts commissions for the First World War Centenary, editor, Angela Koo. 700.4 FOU
After-affects, after-images: trauma and aesthetic transformation in the virtual feminist museum, Griselda Pollock. 701.03 POL
Alina Szapocznikow: sculpture undone, 1955-1972, Elena Filipovic and Joanna Mytkowska. 730.92 SZA
Art of Renaissance Florence: a city and its legacy, Scott Nethersole. 709.45 NET
Auckland Museum, David Gaimster. 069.0993 GAI
Auckland Museum, founded in 1852, just 12 years after New Zealand became a British colony, was the nation's first public museum. From the outset the Museum was encyclopedic in its collecting of 'specimens illustrative of the Natural History of New Zealand - also, Weapons, Clothing, Implements of New Zealand, and the Islands of the Pacific.'
Concrete poetry: post-war modernist public art, Simon Phipps. 730.941 PHI
Corot: women, Mary Morton, David Ogawa, Sébastien Allard, Heather McPherson. 759.4 COR
United here for the first time, the paintings of women by Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot (1796-1875) constitute a small but stunning and important body of work.
David Lynch: someone is in my house 700.92 LYN
This book brings together some of the most striking examples of Lynch's paintings, drawings, photographs, installations, film stills, and sculptures.
Encounters in the virtual feminist museum: time, space and the archive, Griselda Pollock. 704.042 POL
Hockney/Van Gogh: the joy of nature, Hans den Hartog Jager. 759.2 HOC
Landscape has become an important theme for David Hockney, especially since he returned to his homeland, the Yorkshire Wolds, in the 1990s. The landscapes in this catalogue show a series of in-depth observations of the changing seasons and the way in which light, space and nature are constantly in motion. They are reminiscent of the landscapes of Vincent van Gogh.
I know an artist: the inspiring connections between the world's greatest artists, Susie Hodge. 700.9 HOD
I Know an Artist is a collection of 84 illustrated portraits that reveal the fascinating connections between the world's most famous artists.
New trends in microarchitecture, Dimitris Kottas. 720 KOT
Off the grid: houses for escape, Dominic Bradbury. 720.47 BRA
Painting expressive landscapes: ideas and inspiration using watercolour with mixed media, Carole Robson. 758.1 ROB
Reflective lullabies, Gregor Kregar. 709.93 KRE
Reflecting his broad range of subject matters, Gregor Kregar's oeuvre encompasses an extensive and unique array of media that ranges from stainless steel, glazed porcelain, lambda print photography, and found objects such as recycled timber and neon lighting, that inevitably make the audience question their role as the viewer.
René Daniëls: fragments from an unfinished novel, Devrim Bayar. 759.9492 DAN
This comprehensive catalog on Dutch painter René Daniëls (born 1950) tracks the evolution of his visual language, including elements of repetition and variation in his paintings.
Seeds of life: the bone art of Bruce Mahalski, Craig Hilton and Bruce Mahalski. 730.92 MAH
New Zealand artists Mahalski and Hilton are interested in the ethical and philosophical implications of using biological material (living and non-living) in art to critique what they see as outdated and 'species-dangerous' social norms.
So much longing in so little space: the art of Edvard Munch, Karl Ove Knausgaard. 759.8 MUN
The age of collage: contemporary collage in modern art, Dennis Busch and Robert Klanten. 702.81 AGE
The art of Gouache: an inspiring and practical guide to painting with this exciting medium, Jeremy Ford. 751.422 FOR
The art of the airport: the world's most beautiful terminals, Stefan Eiselin, Laura Frommberg, Alexander Gutzmer. 725.39 EIS
The handbook of interior architecture and design, Graeme Brooker and Lois Weinthal. 729 HAN
The new carbon architecture: building to cool the climate, Bruce King and friends. 720.47 KIN
Walter Gropius: visionary founder of the Bauhaus, Fiona MacCarthy. 720.943 GRO


A fence around the cuckoo, Ruth Park. 823.914 PAR
This first volume of Ruth Park's autobiography is an account of her isolated childhood in the rainforests of New Zealand, her convent education which encouraged her love of words and writing, and the bitter years of the Depression. She then entered the rough-and-tumble world of journalism and began a reluctant correspondence with a young Australian writer. In 1942, Park moved to Sydney and married that writer, D'Arcy Niland.
A Rebel in exile: the extraordinary story of Shane 'Kiwi' Martin and his battle to return to his home and family, Jarrod Gilbert & Shane Martin. 364.68 GIL
Shane 'Kiwi' Martin details his tough childhood and upbringing in small town New Zealand, his decision to 'cross the ditch' and how he eventually joined one of Australia's notorious bikie gangs, the Rebels. He also tells the story of how he came to live, work, marry and raise children in Australia before being controversially thrown out of the country by the Australian government.
A woman of no importance: the untold story of WWII's most dangerous spy, Virginia Hall, Sonia Purnell. 940.5486 GOI
She was the most dangerous of all Allied spies. Virginia Hall, a young American woman; rejected from the foreign service because of her gender and her prosthetic leg, who talked her way into the spy organization dubbed Churchill's "ministry of ungentlemanly warfare," and, before the United States had even entered the war, became the first woman to deploy to occupied France.
American cipher: one soldier's nightmare in the Afghanistan War, Matt Farwell and Michael Ames. 958.1 BER
Private First Class Bowe Bergdahl left his platoon's base in eastern Afghanistan in the early hours of June 30, 2009. Since that day, easy answers to the many questions surrounding his case; why did he leave his post? What kinds of efforts were made to recover him from the Taliban?
Another planet: a teenager in suburbia, Tracey Thorn. 781.64 THO
In a 1970s commuter town, Tracey Thorn's teenage life was forged from what failed to happen. Her diaries were packed with entries about not buying things, not going to the disco, the school coach not arriving. Before she became an acclaimed musician and writer, Tracey Thorn was a typical teenager: bored and cynical, despairing of her aspirational parents.
Back to the boy, James Arthur. 781.66 ART
Life has presented its fair share of setbacks for James Arthur, from his disrupted childhood; during which he felt like a stray and a misfit, entering the care system in his teens, to a very public fall from favour just at the point when all his dreams should have been coming true. With an extraordinary comeback in 2016.
Biographic Bowie, Liz Flavell. 781.66 BOW
David Bowie (1947–2016) was an iconic singer, songwriter and actor, whose lyrics, performances and everchanging persona were at the heart of pop culture for over five decades.
Biographic Hendrix, Liz Flavell. 781.66 HEN
Jimi Hendrix (1942–1970) was a pioneering guitarist and songwriter whose electric playing and performances were at the heart of Sixties pop culture.
Can I say: living large, cheating death, and drums, drums, drums, Travis Barker with Gavin Edwards. 781.66 BAR
Travis Barker's soul-baring memoir chronicles the highlights and lowlights of the renowned drummer's art and his life, including the harrowing plane crash that nearly killed him and his traumatic road to recovery; a fascinating never-before-told-in-full story of personal reinvention grounded in musical salvation and fatherhood.
Chaucer: a European life, Marion Turner. 821.1 CHA
By exploring the places Chaucer visited, the buildings he inhabited, the books he read, and the art and objects he saw, this landmark biography tells the extraordinary story of how a wine merchant's son became the poet of The Canterbury Tales.
Cole & Sav: our surprising love story, Cole + Savannah LaBrant. 248.84 LAB
The messy, tender story of how God brought two people together in a surprising, unexpected way. Savannah was the product of a broken marriage, a single mother with a history of unhealthy relationships; her faith in God had grown cold. Cole was fun-loving, and was slowly learning how to trust God through life's twists and turns.
Cult of a dark hero: Nicholson of Delhi, Stuart Flinders. 954.03 NIC
In September 1857, a member of a religious sect killed himself on hearing the news that the object of his devout observance, Nikal Seyn, had died. Nikal Seyn was, in fact, John Nicholson, the leader of the British assault that recovered Delhi at the turning-point of the Indian Rebellion of 1857.
Daughters of chivalry: the forgotten children of Edward I, Kelcey Wilson-Lee. 942.035 EDW
Virginal, chaste, humble, patiently waiting for rescue by brave knights and handsome princes: this idealized, and largely mythical, notion of the medieval noblewoman still lingers. Yet the reality was very different, as Kelcey Wilson-Lee shows in this vibrant account of the five daughters of the great English king, Edward I.
Einstein's wife: the story of Mileva Einstein-Marić, Allen Esterson and David C. Cassidy. 510 EIN
Albert Einstein's first wife, Mileva Einstein-Mari?, was forgotten for decades. When a trove of correspondence between them beginning in their student days was discovered in 1986, her story began to be told.
Fighter, Andy Lee with Niall Kelly. 796.83 LEE
In 2005, at the age of 20, Andy Lee decided he was going to try to make it in the harsh and unforgiving world of professional boxing. Leaving home for the dust and faded glamour of Detroit, over the next ten years, under the guidance of the legendary Emanuel Steward, he set about honing his craft, winning fight after fight, and slowly ascending the professional ranks.
First comes marriage: my not-so-typical American love story, Huda Al-Marashi. 979.4 ALM
When Huda meets Hadi, the boy she will ultimately marry, she is six years old. Both are the American-born children of Iraqi immigrants, who grew up on opposite ends of California. Hadi considers Huda his childhood sweetheart, the first and only girl he's ever loved, but Huda needs proof that she is more than just the girl Hadi's mother has chosen for her son.
Fishing in the Styx, Ruth Park. 823.914 PAR
Born in New Zealand, Ruth Park came to Australia to continue her work as a journalist, newly married to D'Arcy Niland. Determined to earn their living as writers, they submitted story outlines to radio stations, idea for articles to newspapers and accepted whatever freelance jobs came their way.
Hey Woolfie: welcome to the world, Ray Woolf and Roger Booth. 781.64 WOO
Ray Woolf - Singer, actor and television host. Ray came to New Zealand as a 17-year old pop singer from London. He joined the wave of young New Zealanders in the likes of C'Mon and Happen Inn on New Zealand's only television channel. He fronted Ray Woolf and the Avengers. He entertained a lot of us as a host of Play School television kids show.
Hollywood godfather: my life in the movies and the mob, Gianni Russo with Patrick Picciarelli. 791.43028 RUS
I can only imagine: a memoir, Bart Millard with Robert Noland. 264.2 MIL
The captivating story behind the bestselling single in the history of Christian music and the man who wrote the song. MercyMe's crossover hit, "I Can Only Imagine," has touched millions of people around the world. But few know about the pain, redemption, and healing that inspired it.
I talk too much: my autobiography, Francis Rossi with Mick Wall. 781.66 ROS
In Francis Rossi's explosive new memoir, the Status Quo main man reveals for the first time the true-life stories behind the life and times of one of the bestselling rock singers in the world.
IM: a memoir, Isaac Mizrahi. 746.92 MIZ
Isaac Mizrahi is sui generis: designer, cabaret performer, talk-show host, TV celebrity. Yet ever since he shot to fame in the late 1980s, the private Isaac Mizrahi has remained under wraps. Until now. In this book, Isaac Mizrahi offers a poignant, candid, and touching look back on his life so far.
Instead of a letter: a memoir, Diana Athill. 828.914 ATH
As a young woman, Diana Athill was engaged to an air force pilot. 'Instead of a Letter' tells how he broke off the engagement, married someone else, and, worst of all, died overseas before she could confront or forgive him. Evoking perfectly the picturesque country setting of her youth, this fearless and profoundly honest story of love and modern womanhood marks the beginning of Athill's brilliant literary career.
Long live the tribe of fatherless girls: a memoir, T Kira Madden. 814.6 MAD
The acclaimed literary essayist T Kira Madden's raw and redemptive debut is a memoir about coming of age as a queer, biracial teenager within the fierce contradictions of Boca Raton, Florida, a place where cult-like privilege, shocking social and racial disparities, rampant white-collar crime, and powerfully destructive standards of beauty hide in plain sight.
Mary Quant: autobiography, Mary Quant. 746.92 QUA
Mary Quant is fashion. Most people connect Mary with one thing; the mini skirt, that ground-breaking design that is as potent now as it was when it first appeared in the early sixties.
My life in football: the autobiography, Kevin Keegan with Daniel Taylor. 796.334 KEE
Kevin Keegan's illustrious career in professional football has marked him out as one of the most charismatic, talented and decorated men in the history of the sport.
My longest round, Wally Carr and Gaele Sobott. 796.83 CAR
The life story of Australian and Commonwealth champion boxer Wally Carr. A powerful biographical story about the journey of a young Wiradjuri boy, Wally Carr, escaping the dreaded Aboriginal Welfare Board - a journey from the heartbreak and crushing loneliness of childhood to the mean streets of Sydney's Redfern.
My years with Townes Van Zandt: music, genius, and rage, Harold F. Eggers Jr. with L.E. McCullough. 781.642 VAN
A gripping memoir revealing the inner core of an enigmatic troubadour, whose deeply poetic music was a source of inspiration and healing for millions but was for himself a torment struggling for dominance among myriad personal demons.
Partisan, James Caffin. 940.5481 DEN
The gripping story of a New Zealand solider who escaped the clutches of a prisoner-of-war camp to join the Yugoslav freedom fighters during the Second World War.
Pretending is lying, Dominique Goblet. 741.5 GOB
The first book to appear in English by the acclaimed Belgian artist Dominique Goblet, it is at once an intimate account of love and familial dysfunction and an audacious experiment in graphic storytelling.
Professor Maxwell's duplicitous demon: the life and science of James Clerk Maxwell, Brian Clegg. 530 MAX
Maxwell, an unassuming Victorian Scotsman, explained how we perceive colour. He uncovered the way gases behave. And, most significantly, he transformed the way physics was undertaken in his explanation of the interaction of electricity and magnetism, revealing the nature of light and laying the groundwork for everything from Einstein's special relativity to modern electronics.
Queen of the world, Robert Hardman. 941.085 ELI
On today's world stage, there is one leader who stands apart from the rest. Queen Elizabeth II has seen more of the planet and its people than any other head of state and has engaged with the world like no other monarch in modern history.
Ray Bolger: more than a scarecrow, Holly Van Leuven. 791.43028 BOL
Best remembered for his role as the Scarecrow in the 1939 MGM musical The Wizard of Oz, Ray Bolger led a rich and extraordinary career in the decade before and more than four decades after the creation of the film.
Rosalind Franklin: the dark lady of DNA, Brenda Maddox. 572.8 FRA
The powerful story of a remarkably single-minded, forthright, and tempestuous young woman who, at the age of fifteen, decided she was going to be a scientist, but who was airbrushed out of the greatest scientific discovery of the twentieth century.
Running home: a memoir, Katie Arnold. 796.42 ARN
For more than a decade, Katie Arnold chased adventure around the world, reporting on extreme athletes who performed outlandish feats; walking high lines a thousand feet off the ground without a harness, or running one hundred miles through the night. She wrote her stories by living them.
Salah, Luca Caioli & Cyril Collot. 796.334 SAL
Mohamed Salah needed little time to settle in to life at Liverpool. Since signing for the Anfield club in 2017 for a then-club record fee, he has broken the club's scoring record for a debut season, as well as becoming the leading goalscorer in Europe's top five leagues, overtaking Lionel Messi and Harry Kane.
Solitary: unbroken by four decades in solitary confinement: my story of transformation and hope, Albert Woodfox with Leslie George. 322.42 WOO
Arrested often as a teenager in New Orleans, inspired behind bars in his early twenties to join the Black Panther Party because of its social commitment and code of living, Woodfox was serving a 50-year sentence in Angola for armed robbery when on April 17, 1972, a white guard was killed. Albert and another member of the Panthers were accused of the crime and put in solitary confinement without a shred of actual evidence against them.
Someone else's child: a surrogate's story, Sue Phillips. 306.8743 PHI
On a summer morning in Canberra, Sue Phillips gave birth for the fourth time. Sue's husband was by her side, along with Lily, the baby's genetic mother. Labour was brief, but excrutiating; and only minutes afterwards, Sue wrapped the newborn in a blanket and handed her over to Lily.
The Audrey story: from backcountry to Beehive and beyond..., John Ewan; with Audrey's own reminiscences. 070.92 EWA
From her home on a farm in outback Nelson to a position as one of New Zealand's first woman Parliamentary Press Officers and later a journalist.
The countess: the scandalous life of Frances Villiers, Countess of Jersey, 1753-1821, Tim Clarke. 941.073 JER
One of the great beauties of Georgian society, Frances Villiers, Countess of Jersey, was a woman of enormous style and spirit whose life revolved around her pleasures. Clever and witty, her charm was legendary, earning her the nickname in the contemporary press as 'The Enchantress'.
The good cop: the true story of Ron Iddles, Australia's greatest detective, Justine Ford. 363.25 IDD
The grassling: a geological memoir, Elizabeth-Jane Burnett. 821.92 BUR
Elizabeth-Jane Burnett delves through layers of family and natural history, memory and language to craft a powerful tale of transformation. This is a book about how we find our place in the world in spite of loss and what we leave behind.
The honey bus: a memoir of loss, courage and a girl saved by bees, Meredith May. 638.1 MAY
When she was five years old, Meredith May was abandoned by both parents. Her father left for the other side of the country. Her mother disappeared into herself. But when Meredith discovered the rusted old bus where her grandpa kept bees, her world changed forever.
The hum of the wheels the roar of the crowd: five cycling Shaw brothers from Woolloomooloo, Harry Irwin. 796.62 SHA
The bicycle craze gripped Australia in the 1880s and 1890s and early 1900s. Bicycle clubs proliferated and bicycle racing caught the public's attention as young men sought fellowship, camaraderie, glory and even riches in amateur and professional competition.
The individualist: digressions, dreams & dissertations, Todd Rundgren. 781.66 RUN
Legendary songwriter, guitarist, producer and now an official nominee for the Rock N' Roll Hall Of Fame, Todd Rundgren, pens his first ever autobiography reflecting on both his phenomenal career as well as his rollercoaster of a personal life!
The life and art of Clifford Webb, Simon Brett. 769.9 WEB
Clifford Webb (1894-1972) was one of Britain's foremost wood engravers and a successful illustrator of children's books, but today his work is often overlooked. Held in high esteem by his peers, he studied under Eric Gill and Walter Sickert, and later taught at St Martin's, but much of his work was either deliberately destroyed or otherwise failed to survive.
The man who carried Cash: Saul Holiff, Johnny Cash, and the making of an American icon, Julie Chadwick. 781.642 HOL
Before there was Johnny and June, there was Johnny and Saul. The Man Who Carried Cash chronicles a relationship that was both volatile and affectionate between Johnny Cash and his manager, Saul Holiff.
The reluctant billionaire: the tragic life of Gerald Grosvenor, 6th Duke of Westminster, Tom Quinn. 942.085 WES
When Gerald Grosvenor, sixth Duke of Westminster, died in August 2016 he was one of the world's richest men, his fortune estimated at just under GBP10 billion. Yet he hated his wealth and spent long periods suffering from severe depression, much of it brought on by a feeling that his whole life had been a failure and that his money had destroyed any chance of happiness.
The Scholems: a story of the German-Jewish bourgeoisie from emancipation to destruction, Jay Howard Geller. 305.8924 SCH
Stories of four brothers; Gershom the Zionist, Werner the Communist, Reinhold the nationalist, and Erich the liberal, weave together in The Scholems, a biography of an eminent middle-class Jewish Berlin family and a social history of the Jews in Germany in the decades leading up to World War II.
The speckled people, Hugo Hamilton. 941.83 HAM
The childhood world of Hugo Hamilton, born and brought up in Dublin, is a confused place. His father, a sometimes brutal Irish nationalist, demands his children speak Irish, while his mother, a softly spoken German emigrant who has been marked by the Nazi past, talks to them in German. He himself wants to speak English.
Thirst: 2600 miles to home, Heather "Anish" Anderson. 796.522 AND
By age 25, Heather Anderson had hiked what is known as the "Triple Crown" of backpacking: the Appalachian Trail (AT), Pacific Crest Trail (PCT), and Continental Divide Trail (CDT)a combined distance of 7,900 miles with a vertical gain of more than one million feet. A few years later, she left her job, her marriage, and a dissatisfied life and walked back into those mountains.
This much country: a memoir, Kristin Knight Pace. 798.8 PAC
A memoir of heartbreak, thousand-mile races, the endless Alaskan wilderness and many, many dogs from one of only a handful of women to have completed both the Yukon Quest and the Iditarod.
Two's company: a fifty-year romance with lessons learned in love, life & business, Suzanne Somers. 791.45028 SOM
In her most personal and inspiring book yet bestselling author Suzanne Somers shows readers how to shape a healthy, lasting relationship through the lens of her fifty-year love affair with her husband, Alan Hamel.
Unbreakable: the woman who defied the Nazis in the world's most dangerous horse race, Richard Askwith. 798.4 BRA
October 1937. In the Czechoslovak heartlands, vast crowds have gathered to watch the threatened nation's most prestigious sporting contest: the Grand Pardubice steeplechase. Notoriously dangerous, the race is considered the ultimate test of manhood and fighting spirit.
We dared to win, Hannes Wessels with Andre Scheepers. 968.91 SCH
In his own words Andre Scheepers describes his childhood on a farm, learning about the bush from his African friends, and becoming a soldier. The family had to leave the farm after being ambushed by terrorists.
Wild: a journey from lost to found, Cheryl Strayed. 813.6 STR
A powerful, blazingly honest, inspiring memoir: the story of a 1,100 mile solo hike that broke down a young woman reeling from catastrophe and built her back up again.
Winning balance: what I've learned so far about love, faith, and living your dreams, Shawn Johnson with Nancy French. 796.44 JOH
Despite achieving more success and celebrity in her first two decades than most people experience in a lifetime, things haven't been easy for Olympic gold medalist Shawn Johnson. Her first gymnastics coach told her family she lacked talent.

Business & Management

Brand the change, Anne Miltenburg. 658.827 MIL
Collaborating with the enemy: how to work with people you don't agree with or like or trust, Adam Kahane. 658.45 KAH
Crack the funding code: how investors think and what they need to hear to fund your startup, Judy Robinett. 658.152 ROB
Elevating learning & development: insights and practical guidance from the field, Nick Van Dam. 658.3124 ELE
Fly!: life lessons from the cockpit of QF32, Richard de Crespigny. 658.405 DE
Covering leadership, teamwork, risk-assessment, decision-making, crisis management, lifelong resilience and more, it's a book whose wisdom can be applied to challenges and opportunities in the workplace as well as to life. I
How to get a good job after 50: a step-by-step guide to job search success, Rupert French. 650.14 FRE
Instagram power: build your brand and reach more customers with visual influence, Jason Miles. 658.872 MIL
Juliet's school of possibilities: a little story about the power of priorities, Laura Vanderkam. 650.1 VAN
Leading change, John P. Kotter with a new preface by the author. 658.406 KOT
Let them see you: the guide for leveraging your diversity at work, Porter Braswell with Ryan Galloway. 650.1 BRA
Plan D: how to dream, drive and deliver: lessons from the world's most successful disruptors, Mike Maddock. 650.1 MAD
Profitable podcasting: grow your business, expand your platform, and build a nation of true fans, Stephen Woessner. 658.872 WOE
Scaling up: how a few companies make it... and why the rest don't, Verne Harnish and the team at Gazelles. 658.022 HAR
Simply brilliant: powerful techniques to unlock your creativity and spark new ideas, Bernhard Schroeder. 650.1 SCH
Spending time: the most valuable resource, Daniel S. Hamermesh. 650.11 HAM
Spirit means business: the way to prosper wildly without selling your soul, Alan Cohen. 650.1 COH
The best leaders don't shout: how to engage your people, manage millennials, and get things done, Bruce Cotterill. 658.409 COT
The culture question: how to create a workplace where people like to work, Randy Grieser. 658.312 GRI
The making of a manager: what to do when everyone looks to you, Julie Zhuo. 658.409 ZHU
The speaker's coach: 60 secrets to make your talk, speech or presentation amazing, Graham Shaw. 658.452 SHA
The unwritten rules of managing up: project management techniques from the trenches, Dana Brownlee. 658.404 BRO
Thirty sustainable success essentials: how business owners can free themselves and their business in thirty steps, Andrew Laurie. 650.1 LAU
Using artificial intelligence in marketing: how to harness AI and maintain the competitive edge, Katie King. 658.8 KIN


#SAD!: Doonesbury in the time of Trump, G. B. Trudeau. 741.5 TRU

Computing & Digital

Office 2019: in easy steps, Michael Price. 005.36 MIC
The big nine: how the tech titans and their thinking machines could warp humanity, Amy Webb. 006.3 WEB
A call-to-arms about the broken nature of artificial intelligence, and the powerful corporations that are turning the human-machine relationship on its head.
The history of the future: Oculus, Facebook, and the revolution that swept virtual reality, Blake J. Harris. 006.8 HAR

Crafts, Hobbies & Collecting

15 minutes of play–improvisational quilts: made-fabric piecing - traditional blocks - scrap challenges, Victoria Findlay Wolfe. 746.46 WOL
3D printing for model engineers: a practical guide, Neil M. Wyatt. 621.98 WYA
Bead embroidery Chinese style, Han Yu. 746.5 YU
Big book of weekend crochet projects: 40 stylish projects from sweaters and scarves to blankets, Hilary Mackin and Sue Whiting. 746.434 MCK
Block print magic: the essential guide to designing, carving, and taking your artwork further with relief printing, Emily Louise Howard. 761.3 HOW
Brush lettering from A to Z, Emma Witte. 745.61 WIT
Carta preziosa: il design del gioillo di carta = Precious paper: paper jewellery design, Bianca Cappello. 745.54 CAP
Corgi toys, Mick Overton. 629.221 OVE
Corner to corner crochet: 15 contemporary C2C projects, Jess Coppom. 746.434 COP
Georgian jewellery: 1714-1830, Ginny Redington Dawes with Olivia Collings. 739.27 DAW
Handmade: a hands-on guide: make the things you use every day, Asa Christiana. 745.5 CHR
Mending matters: stitch, patch, and repair your favorite denim & more, Katrina Rodabaugh. 646.6 ROD
Mini knitted cosmos: over 40 woolly aliens, rockets, planets and other astro-knits, Sachiyo Ishii. 746.432 ISH
String frenzy: strips, strings & scrappy things!: 12 more string quilt projects, Bonnie K. Hunter. 746.46 HUN
The craft of veneering: a complete guide from basic to advanced, Craig Thibodeau. 684.08 THI
The handmade teardrop trailer: design & build a classic tiny camper from scratch, Matt Berger. 629.226 BER
The healing doll way: a guided process creating art dolls for self-discovery, awareness, and transformation, Barb Kobe. 745.5922 KOB
The Spoonflower quick-sew project book: 34 DIYs to make the most of your fabric stash, Anda Corrie. 646.2 COR
Threads around the world: from Arabian weaving to batik in Zimbabwe, Deb Brandon. 746 BRA
Tilda hot chocolate sewing: cozy autumn and winter sewing projects, Tone Finnanger. 646.2 FIN
Unravelled: contemporary knit art, Charlotte Vannier. 700.4 VAN
Watchmakers: the masters of art horology 739.3 WAT
Wood & steam, Charlie Whinney. 684.08 WHI
In this beautifully compiled book, Charlie Whinney, the UK's leading expert on the topic, shares the secrets of the unique and magical craft of steam-bending.

Crime & Espionage

A death in Peking: who really killed Pamela Werner?, Graeme Sheppard. 364.1523 SHE
The brutal murder of 19-year-old Pamela Werner in the city of Peking one night in January 1937 shocked the world, but the police never found or named the murderer.
Angels of death: inside the bikers' global crime empire, William Marsden and Julian Sher. 364.106 MAR
Bending toward justice: the Birmingham church bombing that changed the course of civil rights, Doug Jones with Greg Truman. 323.1196073 JON
Black snake: the real story of Ned Kelly, Leo Kennedy with Mic Looby. 364.1552 KEL
Germaine Greer on rape. 364.1532 GRE
Gray day: my undercover mission to expose America's first cyber spy, Eric O'Neill. 327.12 ONE
A cybersecurity expert and former FBI "ghost" tells the thrilling story of how he helped take down notorious FBI mole Robert Hanssen, the first Russian cyber spy.
Long Bay: a prison history, Patrick Kennedy. 365.994 KEN
Murder, misadventure & miserable ends: tales from a colonial coroner's court, Catie Gilchrist. 306.9 GIL
My life with murderers: behind bars with the world's most violent men, David Wilson. 365.941 WIL
Spies of no country: secret lives at the birth of Israel, Matti Friedman. 327.12 FRI
The story of a ragtag unit known as the Arab Section, which was conceived in Palestine during World War II by British spies and Jewish militia leaders, and which eventually became the nucleus of the Mossad, Israel's vaunted intelligence agency.
The hunt for MH370: The mystery. The cover-up. The truth, Ean Higgins. 363.12465 HIG
The mastermind: the hunt for the world's most prolific criminal, Evan Ratliff. 364.1 LE
The threat: how the FBI protects America in the age of terror and Trump, Andrew G. McCabe. 363.25 MCC
McCabe tells the true story of what the FBI is, how it works, and why it will endure as an institution of integrity that protects America.
The trial of Lizzie Borden: a true story, Cara Robertson. 345.73 ROB
The Trial of Lizzie Borden tells the true story of one of the most sensational murder trials in American history. When Andrew and Abby Borden were brutally hacked to death in Fall River, Massachusetts, in August 1892, the arrest of the couple's younger daughter Lizzie turned the case into international news and her trial into a spectacle unparalleled in American history.


25 projects for art explorers, Christine M. Kirker. 372.5 KIR
Discovering the culture of childhood, Emily Plank. 305.23 PLA
Emily Plank specializes in play-based education, diversity and culture in early childhood education, and outdoor learning.


Arts of living on a damaged planet, Anna Tsing. 304.2 ART
Forest: walking among trees, Matt Collins. 333.75 COL
Forest is a celebration of the diverse ways in which trees and forests are as magnificent, economically relevant and profoundly enchanting today as they ever have been.
Manual for survival: a Chernobyl guide for the future, Kate Brown. 363.1799 BRO
Governments and journalists tell us that though Chernobyl was "the worst nuclear disaster in history," a reassuringly small number of people died (44), and nature recovered. Yet, drawing on a decade of fine-grained archival research and interviews in Ukraine, Russia, and Belarus, Kate Brown uncovers a much more disturbing story, one in which radioactive isotypes caused hundreds of thousands of casualties.
Our planet, Alastair Fothergill & Keith Scholey; foreword by David Attenborough. 508 FOT
Photographic companion to the groundbreaking original documentary series.
Petroleum development and environmental conflict in Aotearoa New Zealand: Texas of the South Pacific, Terrence M. Loomis. 333.823 LOO
Quitting plastic: easy and practical ways to cut down the plastic in your life, Clara Williams Roldan with Louise Williams. 363.728 WIL


Animal welfare science, husbandry and ethics: the evolving story of our relationship with farm animals, Mark Fisher. 179.3 FIS
Beneath the Takitimus, Peta Carey. 636.301 SPE
The story of four generations of the Speight family on Redcliff Station, a vast sheep and cattle station bordering the Waiau River and Fiordland National Park on the west, and rising up the flanks of the Takitimu Mountains to the east. Owned and managed by the descendants of Speight's Brewery in Dunedin, the story that unfolds over one hundred years is a fascinating account of rural New Zealand over the last century.

Fashion & Beauty

Gertie sews jiffy dresses: a modern guide to stitch-and-wear vintage patterns you can make in a day, Gretchen Hirsch. 646.432 HIR
High heel, Summer Brennan. 391.41 BRE
Fetishized, demonized, celebrated, and outlawed, the high heel is central to the iconography of modern womanhood. But are high heels good? Are they feminist? What does it mean for a woman to choose to wear them?
Manus x machina: fashion in an age of technology, Andrew Bolton. 746.92 BOL
Perfume: in search of your signature scent, Neil Chapman. 668.54 CHA
The French beauty solution: time-tested secrets to look and feel beautiful inside and out, Mathilde Thomas. 646.72 THO
Younger: the breakthrough anti-aging method for radiant skin, Harold Lancer. 646.72 LAN

Film, Television & Theatre

An illustrated history of filmmaking, Adam Allsuch Boardman. 791.4309 BOA
Incapacity and theatricality: politics and aesthetics in theatre involving actors with intellectual disabilities, Tony McCaffrey. 792.028 MCC
It gets worse: a collection of essays, Shane Dawson. 792.7 DAW
Every step of the way, Shane maintains his signature brand of humor, proving that even the toughest breaks can be funny when you learn to laugh at yourself. This is Let's Pretend This Never Happened and Running With Scissors for the millennial generation: an inspiring, intelligent, and brutally honest collection of true stories by a YouTube sensation-turned one of the freshest new voices out there.
On choreography & making dance theatre, Mark Bruce. 792.82 BRU
Sofia Coppola: the politics of visual pleasure, Anna Backman Rogers. 791.43023 COP
The improviser's way: a longform workbook, Katy Schutte. 792.028 SCH
Structured as a twelve-week course, this book provides techniques, advice and exercises that can be done on your own or in groups, with activities to complete as you go, for learning faster and becoming good at improvisation.
YT-1300 Millennium Falcon: modified Corellian Freighter, Ryder Windham. 791.437 WIN
This manual is a comprehensive technical description and maintenance guide, covering the Star Wars YT-1300 Freighter, of which the Millennium Falcon is a derivative.

Finance & Economics

A real girl's guide to money: from Converse to Louboutins, Effie Zahos. 332.024 ZAH
Food routes: growing bananas in Iceland and other tales from the logistics of eating, Robyn S. Metcalfe. 338.19 MET
Giants: the global power elite, Peter Phillips. 330.9 PHI
Who holds the purse strings to the majority of the world's wealth? There is a new global elite at the controls of our economic future, and here former Project Censored director and media monitoring sociologist Peter Phillips unveils for the general reader just who these players are.
Nine crises: fifty years of covering the British economy from devaluation to Brexit, William Keegan. 330.941 KEE
The millionaire fastlane: crack the code to wealth and live rich for a lifetime, MJ Demarco. 332.024 DEM


Gods and robots: myths, machines, and ancient dreams of technology, Adrienne Mayor. 398.20938 MAY

Food & Drink

A basket by the door, Sophie Hansen. 641.5994 HAN
Nothing says 'I love you, I've got you and I'm here' better than a parcel of food you've taken the time to make, wrap and deliver.
Amber revolution: how the world learned to love orange wine, Simon J. Woolf. 641.22 WOO
Bake from scratch. Volume three: artisan recipes for the home baker, Brian Hart Hoffman. 641.815 HOF
Barbeques and salads: creative ideas for outdoor eating with more than 400 sizzling barbecue recipes and succulent salads, Christine France and Steven Wheeler. 641.76
Bazaar: vibrant vegetarian recipes, Sabrina Ghayour. 641.5636 GHA
Brenda Kitchen's easy recipes: on the table in 20 minutes. 641.555 KIT
Cauliflower: over 70 exciting ways to roast, rice, and fry one of the world's healthiest vegetables, Oz Telem. 641.6535 TEL
East meets vegan: the best of Asian home cooking, plant-based and delicious, Sasha Gill. 641.56362 GIL
Falling in love with food: a cookbook and love story, Zoe Bingley-Pullin. 641.5 BIN
Food of the Italian south: recipes for classic, disappearing, and lost dishes, Katie Parla. 641.5945 PAR
French pastry 101: learn the art of classic baking with 60 beginner-friendly recipes, Betty Hung. 641.865 HUN
Good food, sorted: save time, cook smart, eat well, Chris Bavin. 641.555 BAV
Keto cooking with your Instant Pot: recipes for fast and flavorful Ketogenic meals, Karen S. Lee. 641.587 LEE
Little green kitchen: simple vegetarian family recipes, David Frenkiel & Luise Vindahl. 641.5636 FRE
Natural baking: healthier recipes for a guilt-free treat, Carolin Strothe & Sebastian Keitel. 641.815 STR
Plant-based meats: hearty, high-protein recipes for vegans, flexitarians, and curious carnivores, Robin Asbell. 641.56362 ASB
Plenty, Yotam Ottolenghi. 641.5636 OTT
Sarabeth's good morning cookbook: breakfast, brunch, and baking, Sarabeth Levine with Genevieve Ko. 641.52 LEV
Season: big flavors, beautiful food, Nik Sharma. 641.6383 SHA
Simple cake: all you need to keep your friends and family in cake: 10 cakes, 15 toppings, 30 cake-worthy moments, Odette Williams. 641.8653 WIL
Singapore in 12 dishes: how to eat like you live there, editorial director, Leanne Kitchen. 647.95 SIN
Sushi and traditional Japanese cooking: the authentic taste of Japan: 100 timeless classics and regional recipes shown in 300 stunning photographs, Emi Kazuko, Yasuko Fukuoka. 641.5952 KAZ
Taverna: recipes from a Cypriot kitchen, Georgina Hayden. 641.595693 HAY
The baker's companion, Allyson Gofton. 641.815 GOF
The campfire cookbook: 80 imaginative recipes for cooking outdoors, Viola Lex, Nico Stanitzok. 641.578 LEX
The Cash and Carter family cookbook: recipes and recollections from Johnny and June's table, John Carter Cash. 641.5973 CAS
The coconut miracle cookbook: over 400 recipes to boost your health with nature's elixir, Bruce Fife. 641.6461 FIF
The cycling chef: recipes for performance and pleasure, Alan Murchison. 641.563 MUR
The new pie: modern techniques for the classic American dessert, Chris Taylor and Paul Arguin. 641.8652 TAY
The tiny mess: recipes + stories from small kitchens, Maddie Gordon, Mary Gonzalez, Trevor Gordon. 641.5 GOR
The ultimate age-defying plan: the plant-based way to stay mentally sharp and physically fit, Mark Reinfeld & Ashley Boudet with Michael Klaper. 641.5636 REI
The village: grown & gathered, Matt & Lentil. 641.563 PUR
The way we eat now: strategies for eating in a world of change, Bee Wilson. 641.3 WIL
Tummy revolution 21: gut health made simple, Sara Chadwick. 641.5631 CHA
Vegan dairy: making milk, butter & cheese from nuts & seeds, Emelie Holm. 641.56362 HOL
What the fat?: recipes: more than 130 low-carb and keto-friendly recipes for you and your family, the chef, Craig Roger; the dietician, Dr. Caryn Zinn; the professor, Grant Schofield. 641.5638 ROD
What vegans eat, Brett Cobley. 641.56362 COB

Gardens & Gardening

Australian dreamscapes: the art of planting in gardens inspired by nature, Claire Takacs. 712.60994 TAK
Australian landscape designers, portraits by Nicholas Watt; profiles by Chris Pearson. 712.0994 PEA
Crops in tight spots: grow amazing fruit and vegetables wherever you live, Alex Mitchell. 635.986 MIT
Design outdoors: projects and plans for a stylish garden, Matt Keightley. 712.6 KEI
Gardening with biochar: supercharge your soil with bioactivated charcoal, Jeff Cox. 635.0484 COX
Gardens of the arts & crafts movement, Judith B. Tankard. 635.9 TAN
Growing perennial foods: a field guide to raising resilient herbs, fruits & vegetables, written by Acadia Tucker. 635 TUC
Growing winter food: how to grow, harvest, store, and use produce for the winter months, Linda Gray. 635 GRA
How to create your garden, Adam Frost. 635 FRO
New vegetable garden techniques: essential skills and projects for tastier, healthier crops, Joyce Russell. 635.0484 RUS
Sweet peas: an essential guide, Roger Parsons. 635.93 SWE
The essential aromatherapy garden: growing and using scented plants, Julia Lawless. 635.9 LAW
The flower garden: how to grow flowers from seed, Clare Foster & Sabina Rüber. 635.9 FOS
The gardener's year: tips and tricks to keep your garden green through the seasons, Pippa Greenwood. 635 GRE
Veg in one bed: how to grow an abundance of food in one raised bed, month by month, Huw Richards. 635 RIC
Wild at home: how to style and care for beautiful plants, Hilton Carter. 635.965 CAR


Borrowed time: the science of how and why we age, Sue Armstrong. 612.67 ARM
Brain body diet: 40 days to a lean, calm, energized, and happy self, Sara Gottfried. 613.0424 GOT
Cognitive behavioural therapy for dummies, Rhena Branch and Rob Willson. 616.8914 BRA
Contented dementia, Oliver James. 616.83 JAM
Creating moments of joy along the Alzheimer's journey, Jolene Brackey. 616.831 BRA
Dogs & autism, Annie Bowes. 616.8588 BOW
Author Annie Bowes grew up having dogs throughout her childhood and adulthood that helped her with her autism. Her love of animals, especially dogs, eventually helped her find her passion in life to help animals and become a veterinarian.
Essentials of human anatomy & physiology, Elaine N. Marieb, Suzanne M. Keller. 612 MAR
Expressive writing: words that heal, James W. Pennebaker and John F. Evans. 616.8916 PEN
Fit mama: get the best body you've ever had... after kids, Belinda Norton. 613.71 NOR
Good reasons for bad feelings: insights from the frontier of evolutionary psychiatry, Randolph M. Nesse. 616.89 NES
Grow a new body: how spirit and power plant nutrients can transform your health, Alberto Villoldo. 131 VIL
Human anatomy: the definitive visual guide, Linda Geddes; editor-in-chief, Alice Roberts. 611 GED
Manfood: the no-nonsense guide to improving your health and energy in your 40's and beyond, Ian Marber. 613.2 MAR
Medical medium: secrets behind chronic and mystery illness and how to finally heal, Anthony William. 613 WIL
Mothers, infants and young children of September 11, 2001: a primary prevention project, Beatrice Beebe. 616.8915 MOT
Overcoming gravity: a systematic approach to gymnastics and bodyweight strength, Steven Low. 613.713 LOW
Running until you're 100: a guide to lifelong running, Jeff Galloway. 613.717 GAL
Should I take fish oil?: a simple guide to omega-3s, Dr Shaun Holt & Emma Dalton. 613.28 HOL
The fast diet, Dr. Michael Mosley & Mimi Spencer. 613.25 MOS
The gendered brain: the new neuroscience that shatters the myth of the female brain, Gina Rippon. 612.8 RIP
The hybrid diet: your body thrives on two fuels - boost your energy and get leaner and healthier by alternating fats and carbs, Patrick Holford and Jerome Burne. 613.25 HOL
The making of you: a journey from cell to human, Katharina Vestre. 612.64 VES
The nutrient bible, Henry Osiecki. 613.2 OSI
The Pioppi diet, Aseem Malhotra and Donal O'Neill. 613.25 MAL
A diet that allows cheese, chocolate and some of the most delicious food you can imagine? The Pioppi Diet offers just that plus a long life of happiness and contentment. Pioppi itself, a small Italian village which is home to the healthiest, longest-living people in the world, offers secrets that have never before been shared - until now.
Understanding hepatitis: an introduction for patients and caregivers, Naheed Ali. 616.362 ALI
Vagina: a re-education, Lynn Enright. 612.62 ENR
Vystopia: the anguish of being vegan in a non-vegan world, Clare Mann. 613.262 MAN
When death becomes life: notes from a transplant surgeon, Joshua D. Mezrich. 617.95 MEZ
Why can't we sleep?, Darian Leader. 613.79 LEA

History, Geography & Travel

100 parks, 5,000 ideas: where to go, when to go, what to see, what to do, Joe Yogerst. 973 YOG
Filled with helpful travel tips and beautiful National Geographic photography, this expert guide showcases the best experiences in the top national, state, and city parks throughout North America.
A year in Paris: season by season in the City of Light, John Baxter. 944.36 BAX
Alaska, Lisa Maloney. 979.8 MAL
Moon travel handbooks.
Arabs: a 3,000-year history of peoples, tribes and empires, Tim Mackintosh-Smith. 306.44 MCK
Bali and Lombok, Rachel Lovelock. 959.86 LOV
Dorling Kindersley Publishing.
Belgium & Luxembourg, Mark Elliot. 949.3 ELL
A Lonely Planet guide.
Croatia, Peter Dragicevich, Anthony Ham, Jessica Lee. 949.72 DRA
A Lonely Planet guide.
Days out underground: 50 subterranean adventures beneath Britain, Peter Naldrett. 941 NAL
Discover the Chatham Islands: first to see the sun, Cherry Lawrie and Jocelyn Powell. 993.99 LAW
Dubai & Abu Dhabi, Andrea Schulte-Peevers, Kevin Raub. 953.5 SCH
A Lonely Planet guide.
Germany, Paul Sullivan. 943 SUL
Dorling Kindersley Publishing.
Germany, Austria & Switzerland's best trips: 33 amazing road trips, Nicola Williams. 943 WIL
A Lonely Planet guide.
Great Britain's best trips: 36 amazing road trips, Belinda Dixon. 941 DIX
A Lonely Planet guide.
Greece: biography of a modern nation, Roderick Beaton. 949.5 BEA
Greek Islands, Marc Dubin. 949.5 DUB
Dorling Kindersley Publishing.
Hitler's girls: doves amongst eagles, Tim Heath. 943.086 HEA
Concentrating purely on the role of German girls in Hitler's Third Reich, we learn of their home lives, schooling, exploitation and eventual militarisation from first-hand accounts of wiomen who were indoctrinated into the Jung Madel and Bund Deutscher Madel as young girls.
Horizon, Barry Lopez. 910.4 LOP
Taking us nearly from pole to pole; from modern megacities to some of the earth's most remote regions, and across decades of lived experience, Barry Lopez gives us his most far-ranging yet personal work to date, in a book that describes his travels to six regions of the world.
Iceland, Jenna Gottlieb. 949.12 GOT
A Moon travel guidebook.
In foreign fields: how not to move to France, Susie Kelly. 944.084 KEL
Susie and Terry dream of living in France. The dream comes true, but not in the way they had imagined. Sometimes it feels more like taking part in a musical comedy than starting a new life in France.
Iran: the Bradt travel guide, Hilary Smith with Maria Oleynik. 955 SMI
Italy's best trips: 40 amazing road trips, Duncan Garwood, Paula Hardy. 945 GAR
A Lonely Planet guide.
Jerusalem, Israel and the Palestinian territories, Daniel Robinson. 956.94 ROB
Dorling Kindersley Publishing.
Katanga 1960-63: mercenaries, spies and the African nation that waged war on the world, Christopher Othen. 967.51 OTH
Kushner, Inc.: greed, ambition, corruption: the extraordinary story of Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump, Vicky Ward. 973.933 TRU
In Kushner, Inc., investigative journalist Vicky Ward digs beneath the myth the couple has created, depicting themselves as the voices of reason in an otherwise crazy presidency, and reveals that Jared and Ivanka are not just the President's chief enablers: they, like him, appear disdainful of rules, of laws, and of ethics.
Last boat out of Shanghai: the epic story of the Chinese who fled Mao's revolution, Helen Zia. 951.042 ZIA
New Zealand, Jamie Christian Desplaces. 993 DES
Moon travel handbooks.
Norfolk: local, characterful guides to Britain's special places, Laurence Mitchell. 942.61 MIT
Pagan light: dreams of freedom and beauty in Capri, Jamie James. 945.73 JAM
Rick Steves Germany 2019. 943 STE
Rick Steves Iceland, Rick Steves & Ian Watson with Cameron Hewitt. 949.12 STE
Riviera dreaming: love and war on the Côte d'Azur, Maureen Emerson. 944.9 EME
In 1926 Barry Dierks, a young American architect, arrived in Paris and fell in love with France. With his partner, an ex-officer in the British Army, he built a white, flat-roofed Modernist masterpiece that rested on the rocks below the Esterel, with views across the Mediterranean. They called it Le Trident. From the moment it was built, it captivated Riviera society.
Rocks and rain, reason and romance: the landscape, history and people of the Lake District, David Howe. 942.78 HOW
Scandinavia, Fran Parnell, Joan Gannij. 948 SCA
Insight guides.
See you in the piazza, Frances Mayes. 945 MAY
Frances Mayes introduces us to the Italy only the locals know, as she and her husband, Ed, eat and drink their way through thirteen regions.
Serbia: the Bradt travel guide, Laurence Mitchell. 949.71 MIT
The end of the myth: from the frontier to the border wall in the mind of America, Greg Grandin. 973 GRA
The Scottish clearances: a history of the dispossessed, 1600-1900, T.M. Devine. 941.106 DEV
The shortest history of Germany, James Hawes. 943 HAW
This fresh, illuminating and concise new history makes sense of Europe's most admired and feared country. It's time for the real story of Germany.
To Venice with love: a midlife adventure, Philip Gwynne Jones. 945.31 JON
A middle-aged couple living in Edinburgh, found themselves facing redundancy and an uncertain future. Until they received some advice from a complete stranger in a pub. Their response was to sell everything in order to move to Venice, in search of a better, simpler life. They were wrong about the 'simpler' bit.
Travel anywhere (and avoid being a tourist): travel trends and destination inspiration for the modern adventurer, Jeralyn Gerba and Pavia Rosati. 910.2 GER
True tales of Te Kopuru, compiled by Christine Rope. 993.18 TRU
An affectionate tribute from the residents of this Northland community.
Twice-born: life and death on the Ganges, Aatish Taseer. 954.2 TAS
When Aatish Taseer first came to Benares, the spiritual capital of Hinduism, he was eighteen, the Westernized child of an Indian journalist and a Pakistani politician, raised among the intellectual and cultural elite of New Delhi. Nearly two decades later, Taseer leaves his life in Manhattan to go in search of the Brahmins, wanting to understand his own estrangement from India through their ties to tradition.
Uganda: the Bradt travel guide, Philip Briggs with Andrew Roberts. 967.61 BRI
Under red skies: three generations of life, loss, and hope in China, Karoline Kan. 951.06 KAN
Under the camelthorn tree: raising a family among lions, Kate Nicholls. 968.83 NIC
Kate Nicholls left England to raise her five children in Botswana: an experience that would change each of their lives. Living on a shoestring in a lion conservation camp, Kate home-schools her family while they also learn at first hand about the individual lives of wild lions.
Voltaire's bastards: the dictatorship of reason in the West, John Ralston Saul. 909.0982 SAU
With a new introduction by the author, this book astutely dissects the political, economic and social origins of Western civilization to reveal a culture cripplingly enslaved to crude notions of rationality and expertise.
Who's in, who's out: the journals of Kenneth Rose. Volume one, 1944-1979, D.R. Thorpe. 941.085 ROS
Kenneth Rose was one of the most astute observers of the establishment for over seventy years. The wry and amusing journals of the royal biographer and historian made objective observation a sculpted craft.
Zambia: the Bradt travel guide, Chris McIntyre. 968.94 MCI
Zimbabwe: the Bradt travel guide, Paul Murray. 968.91 MUR

House & DIY

Affordable interior design: high-end tips for any budget, Betsy Helmuth. 747.1 HEL
Clean mama's guide to a healthy home: the simple, room-by-room plan for a natural home, Becky Rapinchuk. 648.5 RAP
Decorating with plants: what to choose, ways to style, and how to make them thrive, Baylor Chapman. 635.965 CHA
Flower market: botanical style at home, Michelle Mason. 745.92 MAS
Living with flowers: blooms & bouquets for the home, Rowan Blossom. 745.92 BLO
Make it last 643.7 MAK
The best way to cut home expenses, and frustrations, is to prevent problems from happening in the first place. With The Family Handyman Make It Last, see how easy it is to avoid appliance breakdowns, keep your furnace humming and avoid expensive water damage.
Mid-century modern living: the Mini Modern's guide to pattern + style, Keith Stephenson + Mark Hampshire. 747.9 STE
Outer order inner calm: declutter & organize to make more room for happiness, Gretchen Rubin. 648.8 RUB
Pink house living: for people cheating on furniture with fashion, Emily Murray. 747 MUR
Plantopia: cultivate, create, soothe, nourish, Camille Soulayrol. 635.965 SOU
Small space style: because you don't have to live large to live beautifully, Whitney Leigh Morris. 747.1 MOR
Sold!: how to buy or sell your home with real confidence, Nicole Jacobs. 643.12 JAC
Spark joy: an illustrated guide to the Japanese art of tidying, Marie Kondo. 648 KON
The foraged home, text by Oliver Maclennan. 747.1 MCL
Anyone can create a beautiful home without expensive store-bought pieces simply by foraging and salvaging. Discarded objects can be restored, recycled, or repurposed to fill any space with style.
Three birds renovations, Erin Cayless, Bonnie Hindmarsh, Lana Taylor. 728 CAY
Australia's most fabulous renovators reveal their secrets!


Five escape Brexit Island, Enid Blyton; text by Bruno Vincent. 827.92 VIN
It's a year after the Brexit vote. The four housemates and Timmy are on a visit to see their evil genius cousin Rupert. Rupert owns a chunk of the Jurassic Coast, part of which he has turned into an island and declared independence from Britain. Its fifteenth-century Dorset castle is a tourist attraction, but a computer hack puts the ancient fortifications into lockdown and plunges the Five into peril. Can our intrepid friends escape to the safety of mainland Europe?


Merchants of truth: inside the news revolution, Jill Abramson. 070.4 ABR
Abramson reveals first-hand the seismic clashes that take place in the boardrooms and newsrooms as they are forced to choose between their cherished principles; objectivity and impartiality, and survival in a world where online advertising via Facebook and Google seems the only life-raft.


Colloquial Icelandic: the complete course for beginners, Daisy L. Neijmann. 439.6 NEI
Learn Hindi in 30 days through English, chief editor, Krishna Gopal Vikal. 491.43 VIK


Good kids, bad city: a story of race and wrongful conviction in America, Kyle Swenson. 345.025 SWE
Law alive: the New Zealand legal system in context, Grant Morris. 349.93 MOR
Reckonings: legacies of Nazi persecution and the quest for justice, Mary Fulbrook. 341.69 FUL
Understanding commercial law, Leigh Miller and Matthew Barber. 346.07 MIL
This textbook provides students with a robust general understanding of the law, including how New Zealand laws are made and amended, and the legal significance and effects of the Treaty of Waitangi.

Library Science

Project management in libraries: on time, on budget, on target, Carly Wiggins Searcy. 025.1 SEA
The new downtown library: designing with communities, Shannon Mattern. 727.8 MAT
This book is overdue!: how librarians and cybrarians can save us all, Johnson, Marilyn. 020 JOH


How the classics made Shakespeare, Jonathan Bate. 822.33 BAT
Combines stylistic brilliance, accessibility, and scholarship, demonstrating why Jonathan Bate is one of our most eminent and readable literary critics.
Judging Shaw: the radicalism of GBS, Fintan O'Toole. 822.912 SHA
Award winning 'Judging' series looks at the legacy of George Bernard Shaw, Nobel prizewinner for
Meander, spiral, explode: design and pattern in narrative, Jane Alison. 808 ALI
Nobody cares: essays, Anne T. Donahue. 814.6 DON
Nobody's looking at you: essays, Janet Malcolm. 814.54 MAL
Off Main Street: barnstormers, prophets, and gatemouth's gator: essays, Michael Perry. 814.6 PER
Quicksand tales: the misadventures of Keggie Carew. 828.92 CAR
Keggie Carew has an unerring instinct for being in the wrong place at the wrong time, of putting her foot in it, and making a hash of things. Anecdotes.
Roughneck grace: farmer yoga, creeping codgerism, apple golf, and other brief essays from on and off the back forty, Michael Perry. 814.6 PER
New York Times bestselling author and humourist Michael Perry returns with a new collection of bite-sized essays from his Sunday Wisconsin State Journal column, "Roughneck Grace."
Speak easy: the essential guide to speaking in public, Maggie Eyre; foreword by Helen Clark. 808.51 EYE
The letters of Ernest Hemingway. Volume 1, 1907-1922, Sandra Spanier and Robert W. Trogdon. 813.52 HEM
The Mays of Ventadorn, W. S. Merwin. 818.54 MER
Two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning poet W. S. Merwin turns his mastery of language and powerful attention to the origins of twelfth- century Provençal troubadours.
The prophet, Kahlil Gibran. 892.7 GIB
Arabic literature. In Kahlil Gibran's inspirational masterpiece; the most famous work of spiritual fiction of the twentieth century, a prophet named Almustafa is about to board a ship to travel back to his homeland after twelve years in exile when he's stopped by a group of people who ask him to share his wisdom before he leaves. In twenty-eight poetic essays, he does so.
Letters to the lady upstairs, Marcel Proust. 846.912 PRO
A charming, funny, poignant collection of twenty-three letters from Marcel Proust to his upstairs neighbour. Upstairs lives Madame Williams, with her second husband and her harp.
The tiny journalist: poems, Naomi Shihab Nye. 811.6 NYE
Things I don't want to know: on writing, Deborah Levy. 828.914 LEV
Blending personal history, gender politics, philosophy, and literary theory into a luminescent treatise on writing, love, and loss, Things I Don't Want to Know is Deborah Levy's witty response to George Orwell's influential essay "Why I Write."
Threads, William Henry Searle. 828.92 SEA
Weaving together personal stories, Threads deals with the meanings of intimacy, vulnerability and our affinities with people and places, both wild and tame. It is a deep exploration of the encounters that lend quiet networks of grace to our busy lives.
Tunnel vision, Kevin Breathnach. 828.92 BRE
Tunnel Vision is a book unlike any other. A documentary of the narrator's post-adolescent relationships; an account of time in Chemnitz, Bergen, Dublin, Paris, Gwangju, Munich and Madrid; an exploration in artifice and honesty; an autobiography of a compulsive liar.
Why don't you write my eulogy now so I can correct it?: a mother's suggestions, Patricia Marx. 818.6 MAR
A collection of witty one-liners by the New Yorker writer.
Your story: how to write it so others will want to read it, Joanne Fedler. 808.066 FED

Music & Musicians

A hidden landscape once a week: the unruly curiosity of the UK music press in the the words of those who where there, edited by Mark Sinker. 781.64 HID
Appetite for definition: an A-Z guide to rock genres, Ian King. 781.66 KIN
Aretha: the queen of soul: a life in photographs, text by Meredith Ochs; photo editor, Christopher Measom. 781.644 FRA
Bitten by the blues: the Alligator Records story, Bruce Iglauer and Patrick A. Roberts. 781.643 IGL
In 1970, 23 year-old Bruce Iglauer walked into Florence's Lounge, in the heart of Chicago's South Side, and was overwhelmed by the joyous, raw Chicago blues of Hound Dog Taylor and the HouseRockers.
Go ahead in the rain: notes to A Tribe Called Quest, Hanif Abdurraqib. 781.66 TRI
The seminal rap group brought jazz into the genre, resurrecting timeless rhythms to create masterpieces such as The Low End Theory and Midnight Marauders.
It's about time: a step-by-step guide for understanding basic rhythms: designed for band, choirs, orchestras and private study, Ron Middlebrook with Dick Sheridan. 781.22
Music as an art, Roger Scruton. 780.1 SCR
Music lessons: the Collège de France lectures, Pierre Boulez. 780.904 BOU
Nothing is real: The Beatles were underrated and other sweeping statements about pop, David Hepworth. 781.64 HEP
Prince: the last interview and other conversations 781.66 PRI
Queen Bey: a celebration of the power and creativity of Beyoncé Knowles-Carter, Veronica Chambers. 781.64 BEY
Speaking for ourselves: conversations on life, music, and autism, Michael B. Bakan with Mara Chasar. 780.8 BAK
Spotify teardown: inside the black box of streaming music, Maria Eriksson. 780.28 ERI
Suzuki violin school. Violin part, Volume 1 [music]. 787.2193 SUZ
Suzuki violin school. Violin part, Volume 8 [music]. 787.2193 SUZ
Suzuki violin school. Volume 9, Piano accompaniment [music]. 786.2193 SUZ
The Beatles in pictures, images, Mirrorpix; editor, George Lewis. 781.66 BEA
The birth of loud: Leo Fender, Les Paul, and the guitar-pioneering rivalry that shaped rock 'n' roll, Ian S. Port. 787.87 FEN
The comeback: Elvis and the story of the 68 special, Simon Goddard. 781.66 PRE
The spirit of this place: how music illuminates the human spirit, Patrick Summers. 781.1 SUM
Visualizing the Beatles: a complete graphic history of the world's favorite band, John Pring and Rob Thomas. 781.66 BEA
Voices: how a great singer can change your life, Nick Coleman. 781.64 COL
Walk this way: Run-DMC, Aerosmith, and the song that changed American music forever, Geoff Edgers. 781.66 RUN


Becoming an ally to the gender-expansive child: a guide for parents and carers, Anna Bianchi. 155.33 BIA
Emotional healing and self-esteem: inner-life skills of relaxation, visualisation and meditation for children and adolescents, Mark Pearson. 158.1 PEA
Get your kids to eat anything: the 5-phase programme to change the way your family thinks about food, Emily Leary. 613.2 LEA
How smart is your baby?: develop and nurture your newborn's full potential, Glenn Doman, Janet Doman. 649.122 DOM
Newborn mothers: when a baby is born, so is a mother, Julia Jones. 155.646 JON
The book you wish your parents had read (and your children will be glad that you did), Philippa Perry. 649.1 PER
The new childhood: raising kids to thrive in a connected world, Jordan Shapiro. 302.23 SHA


Financial sector development and private investment in Vanuatu, T.K. Jayaraman. 332.46 JAY
Gender issues in employment, underemployment and incomes in Fiji, Wadan Narsey. 331.4 NAR
Gender, Christianity and change in Vanuatu: an analysis of social movements in North Ambrym, Annelin Eriksen. 305.486 ERI
Guarding the guardians: accountability and anticorruption in Fiji's cleanup campaign, Peter Larmour. 364.132 LAR
Managing change of ownership in the Fiji sugar industry: from CSR to FSC, Narenda Reddy. 338.76163 RED
Resource extraction and contentious states: mining and the politics of scale in the Pacific Islands, Matthew G. Allen. 320.58 ALL
War and succession in Mangaia from Mamae's texts, Michael P.J. Reilly. 996.23 REI
A political history of an island in the southern Cook Islands, from its social foundations until the advent of Christianity in the 1820s, as described by the 19th century tribal historian Mamae.

Personal Development

Burnout: the secret to solving the stress cycle, Emily Nagoski and Amelia Nagoski. 155.9042 NAG
Girl, stop apologizing: a shame-free plan for embracing and achieving your goals, Rachel Hollis. 158.1 HOL
Happy never after: why the happiness fairytale is driving us mad (and how I flipped the script) 158.1 STA
How to steal fire: the myths of creativity exposed, the truths of creativity explained, Stephen Bayley & Roger Mavity. 153.35 BAY
Ikigai & other Japanese words to live by, Mari Fujimoto, David Buchler. 158.1 FUJ
Introducing and explaining some of the most poignant Japanese words, Ikigai is a lifestyle as well as a language book.
Life in flow: inspiration, sequences and poses to bring yoga into your everyday life, Kate Kendall. 158.12 KEN
No time like the present: finding freedom and joy where you are, Jack Kornfield. 158.1 KOR
The monk who sold his Ferrari: a spiritual fable about fulfilling your dreams and reaching your destiny, Robin S. Sharma. 158.1 SHA
The nice girl syndrome: stop being manipulated and abused–and start standing up for yourself, Beverly Engel. 155.633 ENG
The to-be list: 70 reminders that life is about being, not doing, Latesha Randall with Sebastian Walter. 170.44 RAN
Unsafe thinking: how to be creative and bold when you need it most, Jonah Sachs. 153.42 SAC

Pets & Animals

Dogs unleashed, Tamsin Pickeral. 636.71 PIC
The animal's companion: people & their pets, a 26,000-year love story, Jacky Colliss Harvey. 636.0887 HAR
The invention of the modern dog: breed and blood in Victorian Britain, Michael Worboys, Julie-Marie Strange & Neil Pemberton. 636.7082 WOR
The secrets of bees: an insider's guide to the life of honeybees, Michael Weiler. 638.1 WEI
The wolf within: the astonishing evolution of the wolf into man's best friend, Bryan Sykes. 599.77 SYK
Waddle: a book of fun for penguin lovers, compiled by Lloyd Spencer Davis. 598.47 WAD
Your backyard birds, Grainne Cleary. 598.0994 CLE

Philosophy & Psychology

Diderot and the art of thinking freely, Andrew S. Curran. 194 CUR
Hiking with Nietzsche: becoming who you are, John Kaag. 193 KAA
Taking back philosophy: a multicultural manifesto, Bryan W. Van Norden. 101 VAN


Abandoned civilisations: the mysteries behind more than 90 lost worlds, Kieron Connolly. 778.94 CON
Abandoned Civilisations is a brilliant pictorial work examining lost worlds. What emerges is a picture of how vast societies can rise, thrive and then collapse.
Ghost towns, Chris McNab. 778.94 MCN
Ghost Towns tells, in 160 striking images, the stories behind these desolate images.
Paris in bloom, Georgianna Lane. 779 LAN

Plays & Screenplays

A voyage round my father, John Mortimer. 822.914 MOR
John Mortimer's autobiographical play is the affectionate portrait of a son's relationship with his father.
Rebus: long shadows: the rehearsal script, Ian Rankin & Rona Munro. 822.92 RAN
The stage debut for the legendary detective John Rebus in this brand new, original story by Ian Rankin, written alongside the award-winning playwright Rona Munro.


Because a woman's heart is like a needle at the bottom of the ocean, Sugar Magnolia Wilson. 821.92 WIL
New Zealand poetry.
Bright wings, dappled things, Gerard Manley Hopkins. 821.8 HOP
Murmurations, Art Nahill. 821.92 NAH
New Zealand poetry.
Number eight wire, Sandra Simpson and Margaret Beverland. 821.9208 NUM
A survey of NZ haiku 2008-2018 and including 300 poems from 70 authors of all ages.
Sylvia Plath poems, chosen by Carol Ann Duffy. 811.54 PLA
The black and the white, Geoff Cochrane. 821.914 COC
New Zealand poetry.
Under glass, Gregory Kan. 821.92 KAN
New Zealand poetry.

Politics & Government

Corbynism: a critical approach, Matt Bolton and Frederick Harry Pitts. 324.241 COR
Democracy on the road: a 25-year journey through India, Ruchir Sharma. 320.954 SHA
Dreams of leaving and remaining, James Meek. 341.242 MEE
Since Britain's 2016 referendum on EU membership, the nation has been profoundly split: one side fantasizing that the referendum will never be acted upon, the other entrenched in questionable assumptions about reclaimed sovereignty and independence.
The assault on intelligence: American national security in an age of lies, Michael V. Hayden. 327.12 HAY
The health of the people, David Skegg. 362.1 SKE
In August 2016, forty per cent of the residents of Havelock North were struck down by a serious bacterial infection. Eminent medical researcher David Skegg argues that the outbreak highlights weaknesses in our country's health infrastructure.
The jungle grows back: America and our imperiled world, Robert Kagan. 327.73 KAG
An argument for America's role as an enforcer of peace and order throughout the world and what might happen if we withdraw and focus our attention inward.
The Trump White House: changing the rules of the game, Ronald Kessler. 973.933 TRU


Engaging with Māori for success in business, Shelly Davies. 390.089 DAV
Killing te reo Māori, Paul Moon. 306.44 MOO
Māori language revival.
Mana tohunga: light beyond the veil, poetry by Kitrina Aroha Aubrey. 821.92 AUB
Mana wahine: rising from the ashes, poetry by Kitrina Aroha Aubrey. 821.92 AUB
Mana wairua: a spiritual journey, poetry by Kitrina Aroha Aubrey. 821.92 AUB
Māori symbolism: being an account of the origin, migration, and culture of the New Zealand Māori as recorded in certain sacred legends, report made by Ettie A. Rout; from the evidence of Hohepa Te Rake. 305.8994 ROU
Moriori: origins, lifestyles and language, Rhys Richards. 993.01 RIC
Ngoingoi Pēwhairangi: a remarkable life, Tania M. Ka'ai. 780.92 PEW
Ngoingoi Pēwhairangi was a highly respected leader from Te Whānau-a-Ruataupare at Tokomaru Bay who was passionate about the revitalisation and flourishing of the Māori world. She actively introduced initiatives in education, language and the arts and was a Māori leader of note, receiving a QSM for her services to Māori. She is also widely remembered for her beautiful song compositions, which are performed today.
Savaged to suit: Māori and cartooning in New Zealand, Paul Diamond. 305.8994 DIA
Tamainupō, Kimai Huirama and Terei Huirama. 398.20993 HUI
This book has been written for whānau, particularly our rangatahi, in the hope that we might come to know, celebrate and connect to our shared history and identity, as descendants of Tamainupō.
Te whare tāre, Katherine Mansfield; translated by Karena Kelly. 899.4423 MAN
Te Whare Tāre is a te reo Māori translation of KM's well known story, The Doll's House. First published in English in 1922.


Women in relationships with bisexual men: bi men by women, Maria Pallotta-Chiarolli. 306.765 PAL

Religion & Ethics

Consider the women: a provocative guide to three matriarchs of the Bible, Debbie Blue. 220.92 BLU
Constant hope: reflections and meditations to strengthen the spirit, Joyce Rupp. 242.3 RUP
Crisis of conscience, Raymond Franz. 289.92 FRA
From fire, by water: my journey to the Catholic faith, Sohrab Ahmari. 248.24 AHM
Hot Protestants: a history of Puritanism in England and America, Michael P. Winship. 285.9 WIN
Listening to the people of the land: Christianity, colonisation & the path to redemption, Susan Healy. 279.3 LIS
Love unending: rediscovering your marriage in the midst of motherhood, Becky Thompson. 248.84 THO
One Friday in Jerusalem: walking to Calvary–a tour, a faith, a life, Andre Moubarak. 263 MOU
Overcomer: 8 ways to live a life of unstoppable strength, unmovable faith, and unbelievable power, David Jeremiah. 227.5 JER
The hero's journey: Joseph Campbell on his life and work, Joseph Campbell. 292.13 CAM
This collection of conversations, interviews, speeches, and book quotes provides insight into the thinking of philosopher and writer Joseph Campbell.
Veil over the light: selected spiritual writings, Joy Cowley. 204 COW
In Veil over the light, one of New Zealand's celebrated and beloved writers describes with profound insight and compassion what it means to live a life close to God.
Visionary shamanism: activating the imaginal cells of the human energy field, Linda Star Wolf and Anne Dillon. 299.93 WOL


Britain's mammals: a field guide to the mammals of Britain and Ireland, Dominic Couzens [and three others]. 599 COU
Calculus from the ground up, Jonathan Bartlett. 515 BAR
Cosmic impact: understanding the threat to Earth from asteroids and comets, Andrew May. 523.44 MAY
Darwin devolves: the new science about DNA that challenges evolution, Michael J. Behe. 576.8 BEH
Earth from space: epic stories of the natural world, Michael Bright and Chloë Sarosh. 525 BRI
Humble Pi: a comedy of maths errors, Matt Parker. 510 PAR
Incredible journeys: exploring the wonders of animal navigation, David Barrie. 591.56 BAR
Jupiter, William Sheehan and Thomas Hockey. 523.45 SHE
Making Eden: how plants transformed a barren planet, David Beerling. 581.3 BEE
Mars: the missions that have transformed our understanding of the red planet, Rod Pyle. 523.43 PYL
Mercury, William Sheehan. 523.41 SHE
Moss: from forest to garden: a guide to the hidden world of moss, Ulrica Nordström. 588.2 NOR
Return of the wolf: conflict & coexistence, Paula Wild. 599.77 WIL
Still water: the deep life of the pond, John Lewis-Stempel. 551.48 LEW
Table talk math: a practical guide for bringing math into everyday conversations, John Stevens. 510 STE
The bone-setters: an algebraic odyssey, J.F. Riley. 512 RIL
The dinosaurs rediscovered: how a scientific revolution is rewriting history, Michael J. Benton. 567.91 BEN
The ecology book, foreword by Tony Juniper. 577 ECO
The handbook of bird families, Jonathan Elphick. 598 ELP
The moon, Bill Leatherbarrow. 523.3 LEA
Too big to walk: the new science of dinosaurs, Brian J. Ford. 567.91 FOR
Wild remedy: how nature mends us: a diary, Emma Mitchell. 508.42 MIT
Wonders of the night sky you must see before you die: the guide to extraordinary curiosities of our universe, Bob King. 520 KIN

Social Issues

Alienated America: why some places thrive while others collapse, Timothy P. Carney. 306.0973 CAR
Ambition: what New Zealanders think and why it matters, Julie Fry, Haden Glass. 302.54 FRY
Brief histories of everyday objects, written and drawn by Andy Warner. 306.46 WAR
Changing the game: animal liberation in the twenty-first century, Norm Phelps. 179.3 PHE
Chasing chaos: my decade in and out of humanitarian aid, Jessica Alexander. 361.25 ALE
Ctrl Alt Delete: how politics and the media crashed our democracy, Tom Baldwin. 302.23 BAL
Interviewing everyone from Tony Blair to Michael Gove, top journalists to Russian bloggers, and tech giant execs to online activists, Tom Baldwin describes a vicious battle for control of the news agenda, at the expense of public trust and the value of truth. He shows how technological change has hollowed out space for virulent new populist alternatives.
Dead letters: censorship and subversion in New Zealand, 1914-1920, Jared Davidson. 363.31 DAV
I'm writing you from Tehran: a granddaughter's search for her family's past and their country's future, Delphine Minoui. 306.0955 MIN
A French-Iranian journalist recounts how her first post- revolution visit home to Iran in 1998 turned into a ten-year stay during which she witnessed remarkable political transformations and came to understand life under a volatile regime of suspicion and fear.
Invisible women: exposing data bias in a world designed for men, Caroline Criado Perez. 305.42 CRI
Keepers of history: New Zealand centenarians tell their stories, Renée Hollis. 305.26 HOL
Mongrelism: the mighty Mongrel Mob nation of Aotearoa New Zealand depicted in 152 large format colour photographic plates, Jono Rotman. 302.34 ROT
Never enough: the neuroscience and experience of addiction, Judith Grisel. 362.29 GRI
Palaces for the people: how social infrastructure can help fight inequality, polarization, and the decline of civic life, Eric Klinenberg. 307.76 KLI
Talk: the science of conversation, Elizabeth Stokoe. 302.224 STO
The braided river: migration and the personal essay, Diane Comer. 304.893 COM
Explores contemporary migration to New Zealand through an examination of 200 personal essays written by 37 migrants from 20 different countries.
The sisterhood: a love letter to the women who have shaped me, Daisy Buchanan. 306.875 BUC
This view of life: completing the Darwinian revolution, David Sloan Wilson. 303.4 WIL
Trans kids: being gendered in the twenty-first century, Tey Meadow. 306.768 MEA
When they call you a terrorist: a Black Lives Matter memoir, Patrisse Khan-Cullors & Asha Bandele. 323 KHA
From one of the co-founders of the Black Lives Matter movement comes a powerful poetic memoir and reflection on humanity. Necessary and timely, Patrisse Khan-Cullors's story asks us to remember that protest in the interest of the most vulnerable comes from love.
Why Catholics cannot be Masons, John Salza. 366.1 SAL
Many good Catholic men have been deceived into becoming Masons. In this powerful little book, a Catholic attorney and former 32nd degree Mason, John Salza, clearly shows why joining Masonry means embracing a false religion.
With ash on their faces: Yezidi women and the Islamic State, Cathy Otten. 363.32 OTT

Sport & Recreation

Archery from A to Z: an introductory guide to a sport everyone can enjoy, Christian Berg. 799.32 BER
Classic New Zealand mountain bike rides. South Island, Jonathan Kennett, Simon Kennett, Paul Kennett. 796.63 KEN
Dream horse, Janet Vokes with Jeff Hudson. 798.4 VOK
The extraordinary story of a woman who defied the snobbery of the racing world to breed a champion, and a remarkable horse who brought a community together.
FIFA Women's World Cup France 2019: the official book, authors, Catherine Etoe, Jen O'Neill & Natalia Sollohub. 796.3346 ETO
Fifty places to surf before you die: surfing experts share the world's greatest destinations, Chris Santella. 797.32 SAN
Half-marathon: a complete training guide for women, Jeff & Barbara Galloway. 796.425 GAL
Hangdog days: conflict, change, and the race for 5.14, Jeff Smoot. 796.5223 SMO
Hangdog Days vividly chronicles the era when rock climbing exploded in popularity, attracting a new generation of talented climbers eager to reach new heights via harder routes and faster ascents.
Janapar, Tom Allen. 796.64 ALL
When twenty-three-year-old Tom Allen and his friends set off from their English village to cycle around the world, they were expecting physical hardship, extreme conditions and a serious case of culture shock. But the hours spent poring over maps could never have prepared them for the experience of life on the road: the petty squabbles, the extreme hospitality, the unexpected joys and dangers.
Manual of freediving: underwater on a single breath, Umberto Pelizzari, Stefano Tovaglieri. 797.232 PEL
Mastering mountain bike skills, Brian Lopes, Lee McCormack. 796.63 LOP
Outrunning the demons: lives transformed through running, Bloomsbury Sport. 796.42 HEW
After bestselling author Phil Hewitt was viciously mugged, stabbed and left for dead in 2016, he found himself suffering the acute symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder. Unable to make sense of the horrific experience that had happened to him, Phil found that dedicating himself to running was slowly but surely helping him heal.
Overlander: bikepacking coast to coast across the heart of the Highlands, Alan Brown. 796.64 BRO
Riding in the Zone Rouge: the Tour of the Battlefields 1919: cycling's toughest-ever stage race, Tom Isitt. 796.62 ISI
It covered 2,000 kilometres and was raced in appalling conditions across the battlefields of the Western Front, otherwise known as the Zone Rouge. The race was so tough that only 21 riders finished, and it was never staged again.
Seven at sea: why a New York City family cast off convention for a life-changing year on a sailboat, Erik Orton & Emily Orton. 797.124 ORT
Shaping successful junior swimmers: build a foundation, streamline your training, create winners, David Wright. 797.21 WRI
The grandmaster: Magnus Carlsen and the match that made chess great again, Brin-Jonathan Butler. 794.1 CAR
The impossible climb: Alex Honnold, El Capitan, and the climbing life, Mark Synnott. 796.5223 SYN
On 3 June 2017 Mark Synnott, veteran adventure journalist and professional big wall climber and alpinist, was in Yosemite to witness something that only a handful of people knew was about to occur: the most famous climber in the world, Alex Honnold, was going to attempt to summit one of the world's most challenging ascents: a route called Freerider on the notorious rock formation, El Capitan.
The life Monaco Grand Prix, Stuart Codling. 796.72 COD
The Masters: a hole-by-hole history of America's golf classic, David Sowell. 796.3526 SOW
The wind at my back: a cycling life, Paul Maunder. 796.6 MAU
A lone cyclist, disappearing into a wild landscape; brave, free, engaged with the world. It's the kind of image that sells bikes, magazines, clothing; a romantic image that all cyclists aspire to. For cycling is an activity deeply and intimately involved with landscape.


A swan in heaven: conversations between two worlds, Terri Daniel with Danny Mandell. 133.9 DAN
The case for the UFO: unidentified flying objects, M.K. Jessup. 001.942 JES
The super natural: why the unexplained is real, Whitley Strieber and Jeffrey J. Kripal. 130 STR


Great passenger ships: 1930-1940, William H. Miller. 387.243 MIL
Great passenger ships 1950-1960, William H. Miller. 387.243 MIL
Land Rover design: 70 years of success, Nick Hull. 629.2222 LAN
More power to the trucks: innovative truck repowering and transport engineering in New Zealand from 1956, Dave McWha. 629.2874 MCW
Outback railwaymen: life on the Commonwealth Railways, Nick Anchen. 385.0994 ANC
The flight training manual: a Waypoints Aviation PilotBooks training manual: pre-flight briefings for the student and private pilot, Walter J. Wagtendonk, Stewart Boys and Mark Woodhouse. 629.13252 WAG

War & Defence

"Everything we have": D-Day 6.6.44: the American story of the Normandy landings told through personal accounts, images and artifacts from the collections of The National WWII Museum, Gordon H. "Nick" Mueller. 940.5421 MUE
A child's war: the German occupation of Guernsey as seen through young eyes ..., Molly Bihet. 940.533 BIH
Air Apaches: the true story of the 345th Bomb Group and its low, fast, and deadly missions in World War II, Jay A. Stout. 940.544 STO
Anatomy of victory: why the United States triumphed in World War II, fought to a stalemate in Korea, lost in Vietnam, and failed in Iraq, John D. Caldwell. 355.00973 CAL
Bastogne: Ardennes 1944, Steven Smith and Simon Forty. 940.5421 SMI
Close to the wind: a story of escape and survival out of the ashes of Singapore, 1942, David B. Hill. 940.5425 HIL
D-Day: the first 24 hours, Will Fowler. 940.5421 FOW
Dresden: a survivor's story, February 1945, Victor Gregg with Rick Stroud. 940.5421 GRE
Freedom trails: great escapes from World War I to the Korean War, Terry Treadwell. 940.5472 TRE
German weapons of World War II, Stephen Hart. 623.4 HAR
Lightning eject: the dubious safety record of Britain's only supersonic fighter, Peter Caygill. 623.7464 LIG
Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird: the illustrated history of America's legendary mach 3 spy plane, Jim Goodall. 623.7467 SR
Spearhead: an American tank gunner, his enemy, and a collision of lives in World War II, Adam Makos. 940.541 MAK
Such good girls: the journey of the Holocaust's hidden child survivors, R.D. Rosen. 940.5318 SCH
The Colonel of Tamarkan: Philip Toosey and the bridge on the River Kwai, Julie Summers. 940.5472 TOO
The English Electric Lightning: rare photographs from wartime archives, Martin W. Bowman. 623.7464 LIG
The Great War in America: World War I and its aftermath, Garrett Peck. 940.373 PEC
The mighty Krait: the little boat that pulled off Australia's most daring commando raid of WWII, Ian McPhedran. 940.545 MCP
The Polar Bear Expedition: the heroes of America's forgotten invasion of Russia, 1918-1919, James Carl Nelson. 947.0841 NEL
To the Kwai - and back: war drawings, 1939-1945, Ronald Searle. 940.5472 SEA
True to Ireland: Éire's 'conscientious objectors' in New Zealand in World War II, Peter Burke. 940.5316 BUR
Under two flags: the New Zealand Salvation Army's response to the First World War, Harold Hill, Phil Lascelles, Garry Mellsop, Kingsley Sampson. 940.477 HIL
War and love: a family's testament of anguish, endurance and devotion in occupied Amsterdam, Melanie Martin with help from Kitty Scheffer, Harry Granaat and Tootje Martin. 940.5318 MAR
Won by the spade: how the Royal New Zealand Engineers built a nation, Peter Cooke. 358.22 COO