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Random House New Zealand

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  • March to the Sound of the Gunsby Ray Grover

    Random House New Zealand 2012; US$ 28.01

    Acclaimed novel about New Zealand at the Western Front in World War One. During World War I New Zealand shipped one hundred thousand young men halfway round the world to fight at Gallipoli and the Western Front. Eighteen thousand were killed - a death rate of nearly one in five. Thousands more were maimed physically and emotionally. The men had gone... more...

  • Top Secret - Pass It Onby Jaqualine Chapman

    Random House New Zealand 2014; Not Available

    A funny, mischievous and lively book that has immense appeal both as a read-aloud and as a read-alone. Stevie and Joeli always have important things to tell each other. But sometimes keeping your lips zipped and your thoughts to yourself in class is just too hard. How will they get around the No talking rule? Or the All mobiles must be left on... more...

  • Looking for Darwinby Lloyd Spencer Davis

    Random House New Zealand 2014; Not Available

    An award-winning zoologist travels in Charles Darwin's footsteps, and in search of the meaning of life. In one of the most inhospitable places on Earth, zoologist Lloyd Spencer Davis comes face to face with an enraged leopard seal. Towering ice cliffs, a ferocious creature of the deep, and the extreme Antarctic environment all turn Davis's world... more...

  • Donnel's Promiseby Anna Mackenzie

    Random House New Zealand 2014; Not Available

    An absorbing fantasy for young adult readers. Feisty heroine Risha becomes the rightful heir to her mother's kingdom, but is caught between two armies and her own tangled allegiances. Donnel's Promise is the sequel to Cattra's Legacy - award-winning YA writer Anna Mackenzie's stunning young adult novel set in an imaginative medieval world, where... more...

  • The Naturalistby Thom Conroy

    Random House New Zealand 2014; Not Available

    A fascinating, moving novel based on the real life of Dr Ernst Dieffenbach: scientist, explorer, revolutionary, outcast. Dieffenbach arrived in New Zealand in 1839 as a naturalist. What he discovered was fascinating, but what his prescient records didn't reveal was his own intriguing story. This compelling novel turns the focus on Dieffenbach. As... more...

  • And Did Those Feet ...by Ted Dawe

    Random House New Zealand 2014; Not Available

    Adventure, danger and mystery from the award-winning Ted Dawe. 'The year mum died and Dad went mad I was packed off to a farm for a while.' The first sentence sets the scene for this tender and dramatic story. But this is no ordinary farm: our narrator's Aunt Lorna, Uncle Frank and five cousins belong to the Jerusalem League, a William Blake cult.... more...

  • The Great Wrong Warby Stevan Eldred-Grigg

    Random House New Zealand 2014; Not Available

    An entirely new look at the shocking impact of the First World War on New Zealand. For New Zealand, World War One was wholly avoidable, wholly unnecessary - and almost wholly disastrous. Stevan Eldred-Grigg believes that the enormous cost of the war to our people was way too high - and that we still feel its effects, both socially and culturally,... more...

  • Native Witby Hamish Keith

    Random House New Zealand 2014; Not Available

    The lively memoir of one of New Zealand's wittiest art, urbanism and social commentators. Legendary art commentator Hamish Keith returned to much-deserved national attention when his television series and accompanying book The Big Picture seized the imagination of New Zealanders. The high-rating show and bestselling book rekindled fresh enthusiasm... more...

  • Time Out For Tots, Teens And Everyone In Betweenby Diane Levy

    Random House New Zealand 2014; Not Available

    Practical and brilliantly helpful advice on how to give your child clear limits so that they can learn how to behave well. Time out is a vital parenting tool, and in this book parenting expert Diane Levy explains how best to use it in all situations for children of all ages. She believes children must be taught to experience and handle their emotions... more...

  • The Case of the Missing Kitchenby Barbara Else

    Random House New Zealand 2014; Not Available

    Accessible, warm and witty, Barbara Else's fifth novel is her most effervescent. Suzie, a thirty-seven-year-old single mother, is the youngest of three sisters and a stubborn misfit. While Lara is now going for a top job in the Ministry of Customs and Philippa runs the charity organisation 'Suite Three', Suzie is an on-call chef with a bank account... more...