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Random House New Zealand

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  • Making a Differenceby Owen Glenn

    Random House New Zealand 2012; US$ 22.55

    The story behind Sir Owen Glenn's global business success and major philanthropic contributions. From humble beginnings in New Zealand, Owen Glenn built up a highly successful global business empire and now he is focusing his wealth to deliver significant philanthropic benefits here and overseas. This fascinating memoir gives insight into Owen's... more...

  • Eating With The Angelsby Sarah-Kate Lynch

    Random House New Zealand 2013; US$ 14.34

    A mouth-watering novel about love, food, heartbreak . . . and Venice. Eating means everything to Connie Farrell, she's a restaurant critic after all, so when her husband Tom fails to turn up on their second honeymoon in fairytale Venice she's rattled but she doesn't exactly lose her appetite. Quite the opposite, you could say. Handsome gondolier Marco... more...

  • Heart to Startby Derek Handley

    Random House New Zealand 2013; US$ 21.18

    The story of a global start-up plus a guide for turning your ideas into action. The true story of how young entrepreneur Derek Handley conceived big ideas in New Zealand and launched them to the world, through a series of electric highs and crushing lows, before discovering what he was really put here to do. This book also includes a practical field... more...

  • Ready Fire Aim: The Mainfreight Storyby Keith Davies

    Random House New Zealand 2013; US$ 16.39

    The lively, insider story of the rise and rise of New Zealand's most successful logistics company. This is the story of a company built on the belief that with passion anything is possible. As they say at Mainfreight, 'Go anywhere as long as it is forward'.Mainfreight was founded in 1977 by the visionary Bruce Plested, who set out to make the company... more...

  • Into the Riverby Ted Dawe

    Random House New Zealand 2013; US$ 12.98

    A gripping, gritty and award-winning coming-of-age novel for young adult readers. When Te Arepa Santos is dragged into the river by a giant eel, something happens that will change the course of his whole life. The boy who struggles to the bank is not the same one who plunged in, moments earlier. He has brushed against the spirit world, and there... more...

  • Starlight Peninsulaby Charlotte Grimshaw

    Random House New Zealand 2015; Not Available

    The latest enthralling novel from the author of The Night Book and Soon. Eloise Hay lives on the Starlight Peninsula. Every weekday she travels into the city to work at Q TV Studio, assisting with the production of a current affairs show . One night she receives a phone call that will change her life forever. Thrown into the turmoil of a sudden... more...

  • Villa at the Edge of the Empire, Theby Fiona Farrell

    Random House New Zealand 2015; Not Available

    A provocative and insightful exploration of rebuilding our homes, communities and cities after their devastation. Where are we? How did we get here? Where do we go now? From nineteenth-century attempts to create Utopias to America's rustbelt, from Darwin's study of worms to China's phantom cities, this work ranges widely through history and around... more...

  • Evie's Warby Anna Mackenzie

    Random House New Zealand 2015; Not Available

    They offered up the innocence of a generation . . . Evie is 18, straight out of school and excited by the prospect of a tour of Europe. Instead, she finds herself immersed in war; first in the Home Counties - where the young New Zealander is confronted not only by society's restrictions and her family's expectations, but by the burgeoning women's... more...

  • Owen Marshall Selected Storiesby Vincent O'Sullivan

    Random House New Zealand 2010; US$ 16.39

    A new and generous selection from New Zealand's foremost writer of short stories. Peter Simpson in reviewing Owen Marshall's stories in the New Zealand Listener wrote: 'Marshall is held in uncommon affection by New Zealand readers - generally we admire and respect rather than love our writers.' This love is perhaps evoked not just by the superb... more...

  • Of Course I Love You... Now Go to Your Room!by Diane Levy

    Random House New Zealand 2010; US$ 16.39

    Top family therapist Diane Levy gives clear parenting guidelines in this bestselling title. This book presents a modern approach to parenting. Diane Levy believes children must be taught to experience and handle their emotions and they must learn self-discipline. She also believes that it takes about twenty years to raise a child. Within that... more...