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 April Highlights 2011

Reading Level:Very Good

The Gallipoli campaign looms large in New Zealand's cultural memory. For the first time in this book, historian Glyn Harper tells the story of the campaign in the words of the New Zealand soldiers who were there.Having worked through... read more

Letters from Gallipoli: New Zealand Soldiers Write Home
$45.00(NZD) inc GST

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 April Highlights 2011

Reading Level:Good - Very Good

All that cooking, cleaning, darning, sewing, looking after sick children, looking good for your hubby when he came drifting in after a day at the office...it's always been a tough life as a housewife. This affectionate romp ... read more

Inside Stories : A History Of The New Zealand Housewife 1895-1975
$50.00(NZD) inc GST

Every morning Hakan von Enke takes a walk in the forest near his home in Stockholm. However, one winter's day he fails to come home. It seems that the retired naval officer has vanished without trace. Detective Kurt Wallander is not officially involved in th... read more

The Troubled Man (Wallander #10)
$39.99(NZD) inc GST

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 April Highlights 2011

Series:Earth's Children

THE LAND OF PAINTED CAVES concludes the story of Ayla, her mate Jondalar, and their little daughter, Jonayla, taking readers on a journey of discovery and adventure as Ayla struggles to find a balance between her duties as a new mother and her training to become... read more

The Land of Painted Caves
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 April Highlights 2011

After beginning a new job as a ship surveyor,Ralph travels to the Coromandel peninsula to assist Captain Rothfall, a marine inspector,with an investigation into a local fishing vessel that has not returned from sea, and is feared lost. The inspector’s abrasive... read more

A Very Fishy Business
$30.00(NZD) inc GST

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 April Highlights 2011

This is an account of that global campaign and the role of the New Zealanders who served as pilots, navigators, gunners, wireless operators, bomb aimers and ground staff from so many far flung airfields and ship.The book is largely about men, because that is the way ... read more

Courage in the Skies
$40.00(NZD) inc GST

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 April Highlights 2011

Series:Hector Cross Novels

Hazel Bannock is the heir to the Bannock Oil Corp, one of the major oil producers with global reach. While cruising in the Indian Ocean, Hazel's private yacht is hijacked by African pirates. Hazel is not on board at the time, but her nineteen year old daughter, Cayla, is k... read more

Those in Peril
$59.99(NZD) inc GST

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 April Highlights 2011

Kunsang thought she would never leave Tibet. One of Tibet’s youngest nuns, she grew up in a remote mountain village where, as a teenager, she entered the local nunnery. Though simple, Kunsang’s life gave her all she needed: a oneness with nature, a sense... read more

Across Many Mountains
$40.00(NZD) inc GST

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 April Highlights 2011

In his bestselling Night after Night, Max Lambert wrote about New Zealanders in Bomber Command. In this long-awaited companion volume, he features their daytime counterparts - fighter pilots who fought in Europe, Asia and the Pacific during World War Two. From the mid-1930s... read more

Day After Day
$45.00(NZD) inc GST

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 April Highlights 2011

Generations of New Zealanders responded to pioneering broadcaster Aunt Daisy's nine o'clock radio catchcry, 'Good morning, everybody'. While her nationwide broadcasts ended more than 40 years ago, her legacy lives on and now you can enjoy over 100 of Aunt Daisy... read more

The Aunt Daisy Baking Book
$36.99(NZD) inc GST

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 April Highlights 2011

The Villa Girls is the story of four young women who decide that wherever they are in the world and whatever they're doing they'll meet every few years for a holiday together somewhere sunny. Despite life taking them in very different directions, their snatched days in th... read more

The Villa Girls
$40.00(NZD) inc GST

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 April Highlights 2011

Reading Level:very good

In 1968 Stephen Newman arrives in England from California. Sent down from Oxford, he hurriedly marries his English girlfriend Andrea to avoid returning to America and the draft board. Over the next forty years they and their friends build lives of middle-class success u... read more

We Had it So Good
$37.00(NZD) inc GST