Books

Judith Binney
$49.99
These ‘stories without end’ stand alongside Judith Binney’s remarkable publications of forty years. They form narratives that flow one into another – essays from a writer who was also one of N... [+]
Jessie Munro (ed)
$69.99
Suzanne Aubert’s letters reflect her rich friendships, her challenges to the church hierarchy, her engagement with politicians, and her relationships with the congregation she founded, the Sisters o... [+]
Geoff Bertram | Simon Terry
$39.99
An important guide to New Zealand’s emissions trading scheme. 'Essential reading for all New Zealanders.' Peter Barrett, Victoria University of Wellington ... [+]
Joanna Manning (ed)
$39.99
The Cartwright Report of 1988 was a watershed in New Zealand medical history. Cogent arguments are presented here in support of Judge Silvia Cartwright’s findings, and against the more recent revisi... [+]
Judith Binney
$89.99
Following European contact, large areas of Te Urewera were confiscated. Yet it emerged as an autonomous district, only to have that independence abolished. 'Encircled Lands' contextualises T... [+]
Angela Wanhalla
$39.99
Centring on the Otago community where her great-grandparents were born, Angela Wanhalla (Ngāi Tahu) explores the less visible side of colonialism – the world of kinship networks, families and commu... [+]
Jessie Munro
$49.99
This beautifully written biography of a radical nun who founded a religious congregation sold thousands of copies when it won the Book of the Year Award in the Montana Book Awards in 1997.... [+]
Cheryl Benn | Sue Pullon
$49.99
Used by thousands since it was first published in 1991, this invaluable guide offers a wonderful insight into what pregnancy and childbirth is like today.... [+]
Atholl Anderson (ed) | Te Maire Tau (ed)
This magnificent narrative tells of Ngāi Tahu’s migration from the Wellington area into the South Island. The history draws on early accounts by Ngāi Tahu elders, recorded in the ‘Carrington’ ... [+]
Judith Binney (ed)
$34.99
The Kerikeri Basin, was a ‘meeting pool’ for Māori and European in the early nineteenth century. This collection of essays tells a vivid story about a place that is significant in our history.... [+]

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