Books

Adrienne Jansen (ed)
$39.99
In this book ten migrant New Zealand women speak in depth about growing up in their first countries, and their lives in New Zealand. Reprinted several times since 1990, this 2015 new edition features ... [+]
Adrienne Jansen (ed) | Liz Grant (ed)
$39.99
Fourteen migrant taxi drivers talk about their lives – where they came from and why they came here, what it was like to settle in New Zealand, how they got into the taxi business, and how they see t... [+]
Martin Edmond
$39.99
In the evocative prose that makes him one of our finest writers, Martin Edmond recalls his experiences of growing up in rural New Zealand in the 1950s and 60s.... [+]
Albert Wendt
$14.99
For many years the Pacific’s leading novelist, poet and academic, Albert Wendt ventures into fascinating and deeply personal new territory.... [+]
Mike Berridge
$14.99
In a world saturated with information, how can we know what to trust when it comes to the science that affects our everyday lives? ... [+]
Ralph Chapman
$14.99
Our climate is changing, in ways that will have long-term impacts for us and for our children. Ralph Chapman identifies the actions that are urgent and critical for the creation of a green economy and... [+]
Hannah August
$14.99
Hannah August integrates interview material, statistics, science and cultural commentary in order to demonstrate why we need to talk differently about the ‘man drought’. ... [+]
Jane Kelsey
$49.99
The FIRE economy – finance, insurance and real estate – is now the world’s principal source of wealth creation. Its rise has transformed our political, economic and social landscapes. ... [+]
Rachel McKee
$20.00
Published as an e-book, this resource supports individuals learning New Zealand Sign Language: families and friends of Deaf people, teachers, librarians, and public officials. A clear account of langu... [+]
Shamubeel Eaqub | Selena Eaqub
$14.99
Increasing numbers of young New Zealanders rent, rather than own, their homes. In this BWB Text, Shamubeel and Selena Eaqub assess what this means for our country’s pervasive culture of home ownersh... [+]

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