Monthly Archives: March 2013

Y is for ………

Y is for Young Adults, and we have a great selection of New Zealand related content in our Young Adult section. browse our New Zealand related YA books here And that was Y, from our A-Z of NZ Book Month … Continue reading

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X is for…..

X is for the Spot X series.         SpotX Books, Charts, Maps, and How-to Booklets to help quench the enormous thirst Kiwis have for the “How, Where and When of recreational outdoors”.  Browse our Spot X selection here … Continue reading

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W is for…………

W is for Window, or to be more specific our amazing stained glass window: Inanahi ki Tenei Whakatipuranga Yesterdays, Yesteryears and the time in between until Tomorrow Unveiled in 1993, the window measures 39.5 square metres, completely covering one end of the … Continue reading

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V is for ………

V is for Vanda Symon. Looking  for some  great gritty New Zealand Crime Fiction? Give Vanda Symon a try…. The first book in her series is Overkill.  Sam Shephard, a young sole-charge police constable in Mataura, is the main character … Continue reading

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U is for……..

U is for Uawa (or Tolaga Bay) We have a selection of books available relating to this region, which you can browse here And that was U, from our A-Z of NZ Book Month

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The Childhood of Jesus by J M Coetzee

David is a small boy who comes by boat across the ocean to a new country. He has been separated from his parents, and has lost the piece of paper that would have explained everything.  On the boat a stranger … Continue reading

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Throne of the Crescent Moon by Saladin Ahmed – Book of the Week 25th March 2013

From Saladin Ahmed, finalist for the Nebula and Campbell Awards, comes one of the year’s most anticipated fantasy debuts, ‘Throne of the Crescent Moon’, a fantasy adventure with all the magic of The Arabian Nights. The Crescent Moon Kingdoms, home to djenn and ghuls, … Continue reading

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