• Beyond the Figleaf Essays on Urology Sex & Medical Miscellania
    Beyond the Figleaf Essays on Urology Sex & Medical Miscellania
    ISBN: 9781877448737
    Title: Beyond the Figleaf Essays on Urology Sex & Medical Miscellania
    Author: URQUHART-HAY DONALD

    These medical essays range into seldom-explored but curious parts of teh anatomy and human experience, including: Samuel Pepys' troublesome 'plumbing', the bullet that killed Lord Nelson, a reappraisal of Florence Nightingale, New Zealand's first urologist, and more. ""Both serious reading and a light-hearted trip through the history of surgery and related matters...""

    Format: Hardback
    Price: $40.00
    $40.00
  • Beyond the Free Market: Rebuilding a Just Society in Nz
    Beyond the Free Market: Rebuilding a Just Society in Nz
    ISBN: 9781927212189
    Title: Beyond the Free Market: Rebuilding a Just Society in Nz
    Author: COOKE ED ET AL

    Beyond the Free Market is essential reading for all those who seek to live in a society built on humanitarian concerns. It is a searching analysis of the changes wrought by market-based economics in New Zealand society of the last thirty years. It presents appropriate strategies to enable us to re-establish a society based on more equal access to resources.

    The contributors are well informed commentators – activists, journalists and academics. Their brief, accessible chapters range across critical topics such as work, education, health, welfare, trade and climate change.


    Format: Paperback
    Price: $30.00
    $30.00
  • Beyond the Scene: Landscape & Identity in Aotearoa NZ
    Beyond the Scene: Landscape & Identity in Aotearoa NZ
    ISBN: 9781877372810
    Title: Beyond the Scene: Landscape & Identity in Aotearoa NZ
    Author: STEPHENSON JANET ABBOTT MICK & RURU JACINTA

    What contribution does landscape make to our sense of identity? Images of spectacular natural features pervade the media - between the pages of glossy coffee-table books, in tourism promotions and on screen as the setting for blockbuster movies - but are these scenes that define its people? For BEYOND THE SCENE the editors asked eleven writers to choose a landscape that was important to them and to write it from the perspective of their life experience and knowledge. From farmer to art historian and film critic, geographer and planner to lawyer, from landscape architect to poet and environmentalist - these are diverse voices. Each discusses a very different landscape: from suburban Auckland and rural Waikato to a planned town in Canterbury and much-filmed Otago. Together, they investigate the relationship landscape has to identity, community and psyche.

    Format: Trade paperback
    Price: $45.00
    $45.00
  • Big Blue Snapshots of the 1951 Waterfront Lockout ~
    Big Blue Snapshots of the 1951 Waterfront Lockout ~
    ISBN: 9781877257285
    Title: Big Blue Snapshots of the 1951 Waterfront Lockout ~
    Author: GRANT DAVID

    In working-class parlance a 'blue' was the colloquial term for an industrial disruption - a strike or a lockout. The 1951 waterfront lockout was, up until that time, the biggest 'blue' of them all and still holds attention today as a seminal event in New Zealand's industrial and political history. The 1951 lockout, which lasted for 151 days, was the culmination of events that had their geneses in industrial and political activity stretching back sixty years and helped shape the pattern of industrial relations in New Zealand for the following forty. At its peak, the lockout and its associated strikes affected 22,000 workers in a population of one million people. It had a major impact on the history of trade unions and the progressive left in New Zealand. Divisions surrounding the dispute polarised the union movement and left a bitterness that still exists. In February 2001 the Trade Union History Project ran a seminar in Wellington to commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of the lockout. This anthology is the end result of that event. It presents 1951 from a range of insights and approaches not previously explored. These include the experience of women and the families of waterside workers, the clandestine activities of the dissenters, the perspective of union leaders who took part in the lockout as young men, and that of government officials and one major political figure. These accounts highlight the propinquity and emotion that came with first-hand experience of the conflict. Contributors include 1951 lockout veterans Ted Thompson, Bill Andersen and Bill 'Pincher' Martin, activists Rona Bailey and Dick Scott, playwright RenÚe, trade union leaders Ken Douglas, Chris Kenny and John Whiting, prominent public servant Noel Woods, oral historian Judith Fyfe, veteran Australian unionists Alwyn Allport, Alistair Couper and Harry Black, diplomat Hon. Sandra Lee, historians Bruce Brown, Anna Green, Melanie Nolan, Jock Phillips, Pat Walsh and Redmer Yska, cartoonists Max Bollinger and Len Gale, poet Bill Sewell and several anonymous poets of the time.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $30.00
    $30.00
  • Big Kahuna Turning Tax & Welfare in Nz on Its Head
    Big Kahuna Turning Tax & Welfare in Nz on Its Head
    ISBN: 9780986457449
    Title: Big Kahuna Turning Tax & Welfare in Nz on Its Head
    Author: MORGAN GARETH & GUTHRIE SUSAN

    One day, when he was contributing to the Tax and Welfare Working Group, economist Gareth Morgan made an off-the-cuff remark that the solution to all of New Zealand's tax and welfare woes lay in abolishing the present welfare system and radically overhauling the tax system. He called this idea 'the big kahuna'. In this book, Gareth and economist and former finance writer for Consumer NZ, Susan Guthrie take the base assumption that we don't, as a society, accept that huge differences in income are acceptable and that we therefore choose to redistribute wealth. While they are generally regarded as separate, the tax and welfare systems are fundamentally both methods of doing just that - redistributing income from those who have plenty to those who don't. The Big Kahuna proposes a radical change to income support policies and that the administration of tax is revolutionised, so that wealth is effectively captured in the system, spelling an end to the tax dodges so carefully designed by tax planning accountants. Our tax policies are hopeless in that many well off people can dodge their tax obligations (The Big Kahuna shows you what they are up to). Our welfare policies are equally hopeless, in that many well-off people can access benefits clearly not intended for them. This is just as big a problem, if not a worse one, 'If we're to have a coherent and fair system of redistributing income and wealth', Morgan argues, 'it's necessary to redesign both tax and welfare policies.' In a nutshell, The Big Kahuna seeks to show that if the job of redistributing wealth and income is worth doing, it's worth doing properly, so that the resulting system is fair to all, rich and poor alike. Tax and welfare impact all of us in an ever increasing way.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $35.00
    $35.00
  • Big Questions: What Is NZ's Future?
    Big Questions: What Is NZ's Future?
    ISBN: 9780143772378
    Title: Big Questions: What Is NZ's Future?
    Author: VARIOUS

    New Zealand is at a crossroads. People are increasingly concerned about where we are headed. Can we improve our appalling statistics on poverty and violence? What about work - will we all be replaced by robots? Will our children (let alone our grandchildren) be able to afford to buy a house? Can we clean up our rivers?

    This book looks at many aspects of our lives and our nation. Experts in their fields write about the challenges that face us and the opportunities we have to make changes for the better.

    A fascinating set of perspectives and ideas on our way of life and our future as a nation.

    Writers are- Dame Anne Salmond, Judge Andrew Becroft; Rod Oram; Jacinta Ruru; Felicity Goodyear-Smith; Tim Watkin; Patrick Reynolds; Jarrod Gilbert; Stuart McNaughton; David Brougham, Jarrod Haar & Yumiko Olliver-Gray; Golriz Ghahraman; Theresa Gattung; Peter O'Connor; and Leonie Freeman.

    Format: Trade paperback
    Price: $38.00
    $38.00
  • Big Shift: Rethinking Money, Tax, Welfare & Governance for the Next Economic System
    Big Shift: Rethinking Money, Tax, Welfare & Governance for the Next Economic System
    ISBN: 9780473390747
    Title: Big Shift: Rethinking Money, Tax, Welfare & Governance for the Next Economic System
    Author: KENT DEIRDRE

    This important little book is a dense read full of big ideas. Our growth-dependent economic system is past its use-by date and must be completely replaced. Basing her work on the policy discussions of the New Economics Party of 2011-2015, the author argues that neither monetary reform nor tax reform are possible at central government level. The banks are just too powerful these days. A change from an intrusive welfare system to a basic income must be financed by sharing the rents from land, natural resources and natural monopolies. To design an economic system to serve the planet in a post fossil fuel age requires bold thinking on money design, land tenure and governance. With convincing examples from history and many references, the author describes the conditions for a stable and prosperous society, says we need to replicate them, then proposes a system. Given the political challenges, she concludes that local government should assume powers of money creation, land purchase and rule-making about taxes for trades in that new currency.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $29.00
    $29.00
  • Big Smoke: NZ Cities 1840–1920
    Big Smoke: NZ Cities 1840–1920
    ISBN: 9780947492434
    Title: Big Smoke: NZ Cities 1840–1920
    Author: SCHRADER BEN

    Unlike in Europe, North America, Australia and elsewhere, urban history has never been sustained as a distinct field of scholarship in New Zealand. This is surprising, considering that since the early twentieth century most New Zealanders have lived in towns and cities – 86 per cent were urban in 2014. Yet we know surprisingly little about these urban dwellers and the spaces in which they lived.

    The pursuit of city life is one of the most important untold stories of New Zealand. The Big Smoke is the first comprehensive history to tell this story, presenting a dynamic and highly illustrated account of city life from 1840 to 1920.

    It explores such questions as: what did cities look like and how did they change; why were women especially drawn to live in cities; in what ways did Maori experience and shape cities; how far was the street a living room and stage for city life; and why did New Zealand so quickly became a nation of townspeople?

    At a time of national debate over housing and the growth of our cities, Ben Schrader’s superb new history reveals how our urban origins have shaped the people we are today.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $60.00
    $60.00
  • Bike & Beyond: Life on Two Wheels in Aotearoa NZ
    Bike & Beyond: Life on Two Wheels in Aotearoa NZ
    ISBN: 9780947518011
    Title: Bike & Beyond: Life on Two Wheels in Aotearoa NZ
    Author: WILLIAMSON LAURA

    The bicycle is a time machine, a link to the past. But sometimes the bicycle also feels like a link to the future – not the future we once imagined, the one with flying cars and replicators, but more like the one the Victorians might have pictured: streets crowded with bikes, strange ones of all kinds.

    The bicycle – cheap, healthy and little-changed in more than a century – is, for Laura Williamson, more than just about sport or transport. Riding a bike brings moments of joy, liberation, revolution and change. From cycling suffragists to the Christchurch rebuild, life on two wheels spins us out beyond well-trod paths to a fresh and fast-moving take on New Zealand.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $15.00
    $15.00
  • Billion Dollar Bonfire
    Billion Dollar Bonfire
    ISBN: 9780473474959
    Title: Billion Dollar Bonfire
    Author: LEE CHRIS

    The collapse of South Canterbury Finance (SCF) is one of the biggest New Zealand stories of the last decade. The sweep of events, from Timaru to the Beehive, include some of the most revealing moments on issues critical to this country - everything from poor governance and systemic issues in the finance sector, through to the structural risks this exposed and the costs it ultimately presented to all New Zealanders. There has not yet been a book that has attempted to tell this story, certainly not one from an `insider' perspective. The Billion Dollar Bonfire by Chris Lee will be the first book to do both these things. Chris tells this fascinating story as both a long-standing New Zealand financial advisor and a protagonist in the narrative. As he writes in the opening chapter, he knew Alan Hubbard personally and, from the late 1990s, had clients invest with SCF. His main motivation for writing the book, made explicit throughout, is his overriding concern that this could all happen again without significant changes to our law and the culture of the capital markets industry. The book is underpinned by substantial research: thousands of documents - including new material from OIAs and other sources - and interviews, both public and anonymous, with many of the key figures.

    Format: Trade paperback
    Price: $40.00
    $40.00
  • Bingeing, Dieting & You 30 Things Every Woman Needs to Know
    Bingeing, Dieting & You 30 Things Every Woman Needs to Know
    ISBN: 9780473281038
    Title: Bingeing, Dieting & You 30 Things Every Woman Needs to Know
    Author: CROMARTIE LENA

    Essential information on the subjects of bingeing, dieting and body image. This book destroys some of the myths surrounding bingeing and dieting, and provides encouragement to take the first steps towards breaking free of them.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $24.00
    $24.00
  • Black Angus
    Black Angus
    ISBN: 9781869537685
    Title: Black Angus
    Author: BRYANT G

    Black Angus: 150 Years in New Zealand commemorates the 150th anniversary of Angus beef in this country. Since the arrival of a mere handful of bulls and cows at Bluff in Southland in 1863, Angus has become the dominant breed of beef cattle, with stock numbers now in the tens of thousands. Author Geoff Bryant travelled throughout the country interviewing and photographing many of the people and places featured in the book, and also researching the early history and sourcing numerous archival images, many from private collections. He writes of the prime breeding stock that laid the foundations for the growth of Angus studs in New Zealand, as well as the importance of shows, national sales, beef expos, Angus youth programmes and the growing influence of on-farm auctions. Prominent too are the early stud breeders and their families, many still farming the same land, the auctioneers, and those who have been instrumental in guiding the breed into the twenty-first century with the shift of focus to commercial beef, the gate-to-plate concept and developing the Angus brand. The book is a broad-sweeping, wonderfully illustrated tribute to the breed and many of the people who have nurtured it through the years.

    Format: Hardback
    Price: $90.00
    $90.00
  • Black Hole: the Challenges of Early Onset Alzheimers
    Black Hole: the Challenges of Early Onset Alzheimers
    ISBN: 9780473212872
    Title: Black Hole: the Challenges of Early Onset Alzheimers
    Author: SMITH EILEEN

    The Black Hole. No light can escape from a black hole. It has, in effect, disappeared from the visible universe – become invisible. Just like the under-65s when they are diagnosed with ‘young onset Alzheimer’s disease’. They do not fit the commonly understood model of dementia, which is that it affects older people.
    In 2001, at the age of 54, Ray Smith, a busy export manager, husband, father and a new grandfather, was diagnosed with young onset Alzheimer’s. Neither he nor his wife Eileen had any knowledge or experience of the disease. They fell into a system that split care into ‘the under-65s and the over-65s’, but services for the under-65s didn’t recognise Alzheimer’s as a disability. It was an uphill battle, not only having to adjust to the diagnosis, but also having to cope with expensive, unsubsidised medication, which at best slowed its progression.
    Five years after Ray’s diagnosis, Eileen reached a point where she was despairing of ever finding suitable and age-appropriate care for Ray. She joined Alzheimers New Zealand, later becoming a board member, and has worked tirelessly for all sufferers.
    This book tells not only of their struggle through the system and Ray’s inevitable decline over the years, but how they both shared a passion to spread awareness of the disease. It is a story of hope, strength, stubbornness and, most of all, love.


    Format: Paperback
    Price: $25.00
    $25.00
  • Black Inc. One Nation's Identity. a Global Politic
    Black Inc. One Nation's Identity. a Global Politic
    ISBN: 9780473223786
    Title: Black Inc. One Nation's Identity. a Global Politic
    Author: STONE PRUDENCE

    Artfully designed for your coffee table, Black Inc. One nation’s identity, a global politic is 223 pages of critical thought set side by side with an eclectic array of colourful visual evidence. This book is a must-have for sociologists of symbolic interactionism, cultural politics, national identity, sport psychology and globalisation. But if you are simply a proud Kiwi, or even just a lover of all things black, Black Inc. One nation’s identity, a global politic has been carefully edited to appeal to all readers.

    Format: Hardback
    Price: $67.00
    $67.00
  • Black Sails White Rabbits: Cancer Was the Easy Part
    Black Sails White Rabbits: Cancer Was the Easy Part
    ISBN: 9780473344528
    Title: Black Sails White Rabbits: Cancer Was the Easy Part
    Author: HALL KEVIN A

    He's an award-winning Olympic and Amercia's Cup Sailor. He beat cancer twice before surviving a lethal America's Cup catamaran crash. But of all the battles Kevin A. Hall has faced in his life, few have been as brutal as the one raging inside his mind. Diagnosed with bipolar disorder in 1989, Hall has experienced episodes of severe mania, with corresponding deep depressions, for more than a quarter of a century. Throughout that time, he has faced imposter syndrome, hospitalizations, and a number of other setbacks as he struggled to make his dreams a reality. In Black Sails White Rabbits, Hall reflects on his life's journey up until this point - and the influence of one woman he couldn't have done without - in an inspirational tale that combines his memoir and message of hope with a surprising story of true love.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $30.00
    $30.00
  • Black Widow: How One Woman Got Justice for Her Murdered Brother
    Black Widow: How One Woman Got Justice for Her Murdered Brother
    ISBN: 9780143574309
    Title: Black Widow: How One Woman Got Justice for Her Murdered Brother
    Author: CARTIER LEE-ANNE

    The infamous Black Widow case shocked the nation. An average-looking suburban housewife carefully staged her husband's 'suicide'. At first it looked like she might get away with murder, but then her sister-in-law, Lee-Anne Cartier, became suspicious and started gathering evidence and presenting it to the police. Unfortunately they didn't believe it was enough to get a conviction and signed the death off as suicide. Lee-Anne then drove the case at the inquest and a finding of 'No proof of suicide' was pivotal in getting the police to reopen the case. Helen Milner, who became known as the Black Widow, was eventually convicted of murder and is now serving out her sentence in Arohata Prison. This book tells how Lee-Anne persevered and put together many strands of information to crack the case wide open.

    Format: Trade paperback
    Price: $38.00
    $38.00
  • Blimmin' Disaster a Book of Kiwi Humour
    Blimmin' Disaster a Book of Kiwi Humour
    ISBN: 9780994126825
    Title: Blimmin' Disaster a Book of Kiwi Humour
    Author: ALDRIDGE MIKE

    A collection of humorous New Zealand stories.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $39.00
    $39.00
  • Bogan: an Insider's Guide to Metal, Mullets & Mayhem
    Bogan: an Insider's Guide to Metal, Mullets & Mayhem
    ISBN: 9780143568957
    Title: Bogan: an Insider's Guide to Metal, Mullets & Mayhem
    Author: SNELL DAVE

    'When I was twelve years old I was introduced to the music of AC/DC. My dad had bought a cassette tape called The Razor's Edge. The cover was metallic silver, with the band's logo bursting through it in bright red. The tape had it all: the chanting crowds, the pounding drums, the guitar building up in the background. It made me want to put on a cap, lace up some steel caps and stand in front of millions singing about how great it is to be a working man. It became the only tape that I would let my family listen to.'

    Bogans are a special breed and inhabit a special place in New Zealand society. They are simultaneously pop cultural icons and working-class heroes, while also prone to being noisy neighbours and childish pranksters. They are carved in black denim with mullets blowing in the wind.

    Bogan celebrates the culture and community that goes with being a bogan. Dave Snell, self-proclaimed Doctor of Boganology, interviews a dozen bogans from all walks of life: musicians, radio DJs, petrol-heads, an insurance salesman and a couple of boganettes. What emerges is a hard-case and at times hard-hitting picture of life in the thrash lane.


    Format: Trade paperback
    Price: $35.00
    $35.00
  • Bold Life
    Bold Life
    ISBN: 9780473386887
    Title: Bold Life
    Author: MAGEE JENNY


    Format: Trade paperback
    Price: $30.00
    $30.00
  • Book in the Hand Essays on the History of the Book in Nz
    Book in the Hand Essays on the History of the Book in Nz
    ISBN: 9781869402310
    Title: Book in the Hand Essays on the History of the Book in Nz
    Author: GRIFFITH P HUGHES P LONEY A (EDS)


    Format: Paperback
    Price: $13.00
    $13.00
  • Book of Knowing: Know How You Think, Change How You Feel
    Book of Knowing: Know How You Think, Change How You Feel
    ISBN: 9781988547107
    Title: Book of Knowing: Know How You Think, Change How You Feel
    Author: SMITH GWENDOLINE

    Learn to understand the way you think and you will create resilience and be able to deal with many of the unnecessary anxieties of life.
    Written in an accessible and humorous style, this book teaches you to know what's going on in your mind and how to get your feelings under control. It'll help you adapt and feel better about your place in the world.

    Psychologist Gwendoline Smith uses her broad scientific knowledge and experience to explain in clear and simple language what's going on when you are feeling overwhelmed, anxious and confused.

    Originally aimed at young people, this book works for anyone because it helps you work out what is going on in your mind and how you can take control of your feelings. It's relevant whether you have a diagnosed condition or whether you are just experiencing life as too difficult right now.

    Based on the school of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy this is scientific and logic-based, but also straight-forward and practical.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $25.00
    $25.00
  • Book of NZ Words
    Book of NZ Words
    ISBN: 9781877385841
    Title: Book of NZ Words
    Author: BARDSLEY DIANNE

    For the first time since Orsman's 1997 Dictionary of New Zealand English here are fresh New Zealandisms and examples of their use, from both historical and contemporary sources and all areas of New Zealand life. Elegant, expert and utterly up-to-date, the Book of New Zealand Words contains an informed and engaging introduction offering real insight into the development of New Zealand English, the distinctive influence of the Maori language, and the connections between society, the media, and the words we use. The author explores where we really get our words u from politics, food, sports and recreation to common and colloquial sources, and more. Specially illustrated by the artist John Reynolds, with works from his masterpiece Cloud and all-new page art that draws on Bardsley's definitions, the Book of New Zealand Words is also beautifully typeset and covetably designed. This is an indispensable reference and a choice gift for all those interested in words.

    Format: Hardback
    Price: $45.00
    $45.00
  • Book Self: The Reader as Writer & the Writer as Critic
    Book Self: The Reader as Writer & the Writer as Critic
    ISBN: 9781869404123
    Title: Book Self: The Reader as Writer & the Writer as Critic
    Author: STEAD C K

    A sequel to the successful books Kin of Place and The Writer at Work, this collection of critical writing takes the reader on a personal journey from the author's earliest discovery of poetry as a young man to his latest experiences on the literary trail. This trip through literary history involves many writers, including Katherine Mansfield, T. S. Eliot, Michael King, and Elizabeth Knox. The book also includes a series of journal extracts that allow readers to get closer to the mind of the writer, his strong personal views about other writers, and his deep commitment to the role of criticism in literary life.



    Format: Trade paperback
    Price: $45.00
    $45.00
  • Bottled Up How to Survive Living With a Drinking Problem
    Bottled Up How to Survive Living With a Drinking Problem
    ISBN: 9780745955155
    Title: Bottled Up How to Survive Living With a Drinking Problem
    Author: MCMAHON JOHN


    Format: Paperback
    Price: $25.00
    $25.00
  • Boulton Paul Balliol The Last Merlin-Powered Aircraft
    Boulton Paul Balliol The Last Merlin-Powered Aircraft
    ISBN: 9781781553619
    Title: Boulton Paul Balliol The Last Merlin-Powered Aircraft
    Author: ALEC BREW


    Format: Trade paperback
    Price: $41.00
    $41.00
  • Boundaries: People & Places of Central Otago
    Boundaries: People & Places of Central Otago
    ISBN: 9781775538318
    Title: Boundaries: People & Places of Central Otago
    Author: TURNER BRIAN

    Brian Turner's name is synonymous with Central Otago - albeit a different Central - one well removed from the tourist centres and vineyards. His Central is at the boundaries; watching the local rugby teams, fishing the waters of the Manuherikia, cycling towards the snow-covered Hawkdun Range. It's where he and his neighbours live and work. The author is a devout fisherman, cyclist and passionate ambassador for the great outdoors. Boundaries is peppered with impressions, evocations and recollections of the way life was, and is today. All set within the spectacular hills, rivers and big skies of Central Otago. This handsome collection is charged with evocative and candid prose and poetry and an inspiring alternative vision. Boundaries is illustrated throughout with stunning photographs by Steve Calveley.

    Format: Trade paperback
    Price: $45.00
    $45.00
  • Braided River: Migration & the Personal Essay
    Braided River: Migration & the Personal Essay
    ISBN: 9781988531533
    Title: Braided River: Migration & the Personal Essay
    Author: COMER DIANE

    'The Braided River' explores contemporary migration to New Zealand through an examination of 200 personal essays written by 37 migrants from 20 different countries, spanning all ages and life stages. The first book to examine migration through the lens of the personal essay, 'The Braided River' presents migration as a lifelong experience that affects everything from language, home, work, family and friendship to finances, citizenship and social benefits. Like migrants themselves, 'The Braided River' crosses boundaries, working at the intersections of literature, history, philosophy and sociology to discuss questions of identity and belonging.& Throughout, Diane Comer, both migrant and essayist herself, demonstrates the versatility of the personal essay as a means to analyse and understand migration, an issue with increasing relevance worldwide.& &

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $35.00
    $35.00
  • Brain Connections: How to Sleep Better, Worry Less & Feel Happier
    Brain Connections: How to Sleep Better, Worry Less & Feel Happier
    ISBN: 9780473467432
    Title: Brain Connections: How to Sleep Better, Worry Less & Feel Happier
    Author: KANJI GIRESH

    Dr Giresh Kanji is a thought leader and expert
    in challenging our current paradigms in health
    care. He is a medical specialist with a PhD. He is
    a senior lecturer at Auckland University (Hon),
    the chairperson of the NZ Pain Foundation
    and the editor of Australasian Musculoskeletal
    Medicine Journal. He has spoken in New
    Zealand, Australia, Tahiti, the United States, and
    Europe. Visit www.gireshkanji.com

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $36.00
    $36.00
  • Branded Culture
    Branded Culture
    ISBN: 9780995114241
    Title: Branded Culture
    Author: BAYLISS STEVE


    Format: Paperback
    Price: $40.00
    $40.00
  • Breathing Pattern Disorders Hyperventilation Syndrome Revised Ed
    Breathing Pattern Disorders Hyperventilation Syndrome Revised Ed
    ISBN: 9781869797775
    Title: Breathing Pattern Disorders Hyperventilation Syndrome Revised Ed
    Author: BRADLEY DINAH


    Format: Paperback
    Price: $28.00
    $28.00
  • Bright Ideas for Young Minds: 70 Step-by-Step Activities to Do at Home With Your Child
    Bright Ideas for Young Minds: 70 Step-by-Step Activities to Do at Home With Your Child
    ISBN: 9780473403775
    Title: Bright Ideas for Young Minds: 70 Step-by-Step Activities to Do at Home With Your Child

    This striking hardback book is full of activities and experiences for New Zealand children. It is an essential go-to resource for parents, aunts, uncles and grandparents of children aged 0 - 6.
    Are you looking for new ideas to engage your young child's curious mind and energetic body? Ideas that are both fun and educational? Are you looking for ways to ensure that the time you spend with your child is quality bonding time?
    If the answer to these questions is yes, then look no further. The team at BestStart, New Zealand's largest early learning provider, has put together this book especially for people like you. Written by over 100 early childhood educators, with contributions from Plunket, the Heart Foundation and Jumping Beans, this book is a treasure trove of activities designed to stimulate the inquiring minds of our youngest learners.


    Format: Hardback
    Price: $40.00
    $40.00
  • Broken Estate
    Broken Estate
    ISBN: 9780947518356
    Title: Broken Estate
    Author: BUNCE MEL

    n the age of Trump, fake news and celebrity headlines, it is easy to despair about the future of journalism. The New Zealand and global media are in a state of crisis – the old economic models for print journalism are no longer viable, public funding has been neglected for decades, and the numbers of journalists employed by major news organisations are in freefall.

    New Zealander Mel Bunce is a young lecturer at the acclaimed Department of Journalism at City, University of London. In what she describes as both a critique and a love letter, Bunce discusses the state of journalism in New Zealand and the solutions needed to ensure its future. Her fresh analysis draws on the latest international research and interviews with leading journalists.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $15.00
    $15.00
  • Brookers Employment Law Handbook 2015
    Brookers Employment Law Handbook 2015
    ISBN: 9780864729361
    Title: Brookers Employment Law Handbook 2015


    Price: $114.00
    $114.00
  • Brookers Law Directory 2013
    Brookers Law Directory 2013
    ISBN: 9782901131018
    Title: Brookers Law Directory 2013
    Author: BROOKERS


    Format: Paperback
    Price: $130.00
    $130.00
  • Brookers Law Directory 2014
    Brookers Law Directory 2014
    ISBN: 9781806140237
    Title: Brookers Law Directory 2014
    Author: BROOKERS


    Format: Paperback
    Price: $127.00
    $127.00
  • Brookers Law Directory 2015
    Brookers Law Directory 2015
    ISBN: 9780864729019
    Title: Brookers Law Directory 2015
    Author: BROOKERS


    Format: Paperback
    Price: $144.00
    $144.00
  • Brookers Law Directory 2016
    Brookers Law Directory 2016
    ISBN: 9780864729835
    Title: Brookers Law Directory 2016
    Author: BROOKERS


    Format: Paperback
    Price: $138.00
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