Monthly Archives: November 2010

Judges for New Zealand Post Children’s Book Awards announced

The judges for the prestigious New Zealand Post Children’s Book Awards are on the look-out for books with a ‘wow factor’; those that stand out from the rest and are set to become future classics. With close to 130 books … Continue reading

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Book of the Week: 28 November 2010 – 4 December 2010

A Home Companion By Wendyl Nissen A Home Companion details Wendyl’s year-long journey towards self sufficiency. The book details each home discovery as it happens – both the triumphs and the disasters – while Wendyl slowly sheds her corporate life … Continue reading

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Book of the Week: 15 November 2010 – 21 November 2010

The Edge by Jeffery Deaver When Washington D.C. police detective Ryan Kessler is targeted by Henry Loving, he and his family are immediately put under government protection. Loving is a ruthless ‘lifter’, hired to extract information from his victims, and … Continue reading

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Book of the Week: 8 November 2010 – 14 November 2010

The Power by Rhonda Byrne FROM THE AUTHOR OF “THE SECRET” This is the handbook to the greatest power to have anything you want. Every discovery, invention, and human creation comes from The Power. Perfect health, incredible relationships, a career … Continue reading

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World’s Largest Navel Lint Collection lands Australian librarian Guinness World Record

Graham Barker has been collecting his navel lint for 26 years and storing it in labeled jars. Turns out he has a routine, where he picks it out in the shower……..  O_0 If you want to read the full article, … Continue reading

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Book of the Week: 1 November 2010 – 7 November 2010

Fall of Giants By Ken Follett The first novel in The Century Trilogy, it follows the fates of five interrelated families American, German, Russian, English, and Welsh-as they move through the world-shaking dramas of the First World War, the Russian … Continue reading

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