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 NZ Pictorial

Four hilarious all-time favourite best-selling picture books with song CD by the honky-tonky, Wonky Donkey author and musician Craig Smith, in a must-have Wonky Donkey carry bag. Includes the award-winning song The Wonky Donkey and the hits Willbee the Bumblebee, My Daddy Ate an Apple and Square Eyes.

Wonky Donkey Bag of Books

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 NZ Art History

Fleur Adcock's Collected Poems is a landmark publication in the career of one of New Zealand's most significant writers, combining Poems 1960 - 2000 and four subsequent collections in one beautifully produced hardcover volume. Collected Poems will be published in Fe... read more

Collected Poems :  Fleur Adcock

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 NZ History

Acclaimed historian Matthew Wright explores the evolution of New Zealand's most historically significant document, the Treaty of Waitangi, from its origins to its place in the present day. From the early cultural collisions between Maori and Pakeha that led to this landmar... read more

Waitangi: Living treaty
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Increasingly dissatisfied with the humdrum routine of corporate life, Jennifer Andrewes does what many of us can only dream about when in 2014 she and her family pack up and spend two seasons living in a village in the south-west region of France... read more

Parallel Lives: Four Seasons in the French Pyrenees

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 NZ Reference

Series:BWB Texts
Reading Level:Very Good

The devastating earthquake that hit Christchurch in 2011 did more than rupture the surface of the city, argues historian Katie Pickles. It created a definitive endpoint to a history shaped by omission, by mythmaking, and by ideological storytelling. In this multi-layered BWB... read more

Christchurch Ruptures

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 NZ Reference

Series:BWB Texts
Reading Level:Very Good

Thousands of years ago migrants from South China began the journey that took their descendants through the Pacific to the southernmost islands of Polynesia. Atholl Anderson's ground-breaking synthesis of research and tradition charts this ... read more

The First Migration : Māori Origins 3000BC – AD1450 (BWB Texts)

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 NZ Reference

Series:BWB Texts
Reading Level:Very Good

Debates over immigration are heating up - with grave political consequences. It is no coincidence that calls to restrict national borders are intensifying at a time when people are more mobile than ever. But closed borders are no more imag... read more

Fair Borders?: Migration Policy in the Twenty-First Century

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 NZ Reference

Everyone lives a messy, unusual life. There is no normal. The sooner our politics understands this, the better off we will all be.' Morgan Godfery is one of New Zealands most energising young thinkers. In just a few years he has become a leading voice in the countrýs social and... read more

Maui Street
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 NZ Reference

In 1881, colonial troops invaded the village of Parihaka on the Taranaki coast. In an attempt to quell the non-violent direct action taken by the community against land confiscations, the government sent over 1500 troops into the village. Many people were expelled, ... read more

Ko Taranaki Te Maunga Parihaka

Better Lives provides a comprehensive overview of immigration in New Zealand, showing how immigration is not just an economic imperative that needs to be managed, but an opportunity to enhance people's lives.Migration is at historically high l... read more

Better Lives: Migration, Wellbeing and New Zealand: 2018
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 NZ Reference

Series:BWB Texts
Reading Level:Very Good

Can a sugar tax improve public health? Even if it can, is it the right thing to do? One of New Zealand's foremost health scientists, Mike Berridge, teams up with tax expert Lisa Marriott to explore the issue.This BWB Text explains the relationship between sugar and ill-healt... read more

Sugar, Rum and Tobacco

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 NZ Reference

Series:BWB Texts
Reading Level:Very Good

'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... read more

The Bike and Beyond: Life On Two Wheels (BWB Texts)