Annette Lees walks us into the nights of Aotearoa. In the company of bats, owls, moths and seabirds, she guides us from dusk to dawn with fascinating night stories.
Changing lives is a collection of the correspondence between two amazing authors as their lives are suddenly upheaved. Their perceptive exchanges on everything from motherhood to the meaning of life are sure to resonate.
Family coach Jenny Hale distils 20 years of experience into this straightforward guide to transforming your parenting. Whether you’re exhausted or just looking for fresh ideas, this is a valuable and easy-to-understand resource.
Kiwi-Indian radio presenter, manager, JP and author Parminder Singh’s most recent book covers real-life stories of Punjabi people’s migration to New Zealand and is written entirely in Punjabi.
This book is a pictorial history that showcases local Orewa family identities and places across the decades.
Never has there been a better time in history for women to come together. This essential resource draws from 16 diverse and successful women who want to help you to take one step forward towards success.
Beyond Point Chevalier's obvious seaside attractions lies a rich and colourful past. Generously illustrated with archival imagery, this comprehensive history brings to life the people and places that have shaped Point Chevalier since the 1860s.
Discover the stories of patients who impacted health carers in unforgettable ways: patients who showed stubborn perseverance on the road to recovery and clung to hope in the face of unexpected trauma.
Twelve of New Zealand's most acclaimed and admired writers speak candidly about their lives and their work. Features authors such as Witi Ihimaera, Joy Cowley and Albert Wendt.
The conservation operation on Tiritiri Matangi has been uniquely successful. Thousands of trees, planted by volunteers, and the release of many rare and endangered species have produced today's world-famous open sanctuary.
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