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 NZ Non-Fiction

A beautifully crafted memoir of a family coping with their mother's dementia, Song for Rosaleen is both a celebration of Rosaleen Desmond's life and an unflinching account of the practical and ethical dilemmas that faced her six children. Told with love, insight, humour and co... read more

Song for Rosaleen
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Popular blogger Emily Writes gives words of encouragement to sleep-deprived parents everywhere.
With two small boys, both non-sleepers, Emily finds herself awake in the wee small hours night after night. Her writing is often done then, a... read more

Rants in the Dark: From One Tired Mama to Another
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 NZ Non-Fiction

The incredible under-water world of William Trubridge. A memoir of an aquatic affinity, the power of the subconscious mind and testing the limits of human physiology. William Trubridge spent his childhood on a sailing boat, waking to the sound of the sea. He set off for New Zealand fr... read more

Oxygen
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 NZ Non-Fiction

Hideaways celebrates the quintessential New Zealand holiday spot- mountain huts, coastal baches, riverside cribs, converted silos, hunting shacks, and more.Sam Stuchbury's breathtaking photography documents far-flung retreats, with a focus on the quirky, secluded and romantic, whil... read more

Hideaways
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Remote Muzzle Station in southern Marlborough has captured the hearts and minds of generations, including Fiona Redfern and her parents before her. Fiona grew up and thrived in the splendid isolation, and wouldn't have it any... read more

Life on Muzzle: Three Generations on New Zealand's Most Remote Station
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 NZ Non-Fiction

Pearls of wisdom contained in proverbs - whakatauki - have been gifted from generation to generation as an intrinsic part of the Maori world.
As powerful metaphors, they combine analogy and cultural history in the most economical of words. Short an... read more

Mauri Ora: Wisdom from the Maori World
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Stand-up comedian Michele A'Court rekindles the passion, with a brilliant collection of 'How We Met' stories. How We Met is based on a collection of 'How We Met' stories - those lovely stories couples love to tell (and we all love to hear) about how they... read more

How We Met: The Ways Great Love Begins
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 NZ Non-Fiction

By any measure, New Zealand must confront some monumental issues in the years ahead. From the future of work to climate change, geopolitical upheaval to housing affordability, wealth inequality to new populism - these challenges are complex and even unprecedented in t... read more

The New Zealand Project
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 NZ Non-Fiction

Awards:Shortlisted for 2018 Ockham NZ Book Awards - The Royal Society Te Apārangi Award for General Non-Fiction.

Tom Scott is a political commentator, political cartoonist, satirist, scriptwriter, playwright, raconteur and funny man. He's been drawing political cartoons for Wellington's Dominion Post since 1988, was in the Press Gallery and was famously banned by PM M... read more

Drawn out: A Seriously Funny Memoir
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Description: Lake Tekapo, with it's dazzling blue glacial water and backdrop of the Southern Alps, is one of the major drawcards of the South Island's Mackenzie Country. While most people's experience of Tekapo is the bustling tourist village, there is ... read more

High Country Stations of Lake Tekapo
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 NZ Non-Fiction

The original and all-time classic of high-country station life in New Zealand Mount Algidus, the author's home, was one of the great high-country sheep stations of Canterbury, New Zealand. It occupied a mountain range between two ice rivers and lay in the very shadow of... read more

A River Rules My Life
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 NZ Non-Fiction

Awards:Shortlisted for 2018 Ockham NZ Book Awards - The Royal Society Te Apārangi Award for General Non-Fiction.

As a young child Diana Wichtel is brought up in Vancouver, Canada. Her mother is a Catholic New Zealander, her father a Polish Jew who miraculously survived the Holocaust. When she's thirteen, her life changes dramatically as her mother wh... read more

Driving To Treblinka: A Long Search for a Lost Father
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