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- Random House New Zealand 2015; US$ 17.71
The ultimate guide to dating - how to hitch, switch or ditch. This is the definitive guide. From her uncensored and hilarious dating mishaps to unconventional wisdom you won't have heard before, Sam Pease will help you work out whether he's a sleeper, a creeper or a keeper.Sam Pease is the Dating Doctor. With a thousand dates under her belt, numerous... more...
- Random House New Zealand 2012; US$ 9.18
A clear and concise explanation of the Treaty of Waitangi for everyday readers. This book covers the history of the Treaty - from the events leading up to the signing, the signing and the Maori and English versions - and it also looks at the wider issues, both then and now, including such current topics as the debate over who owns the foreshore and... more...
- Random House New Zealand 2013; US$ 17.06
Absolutely not your ordinary baking book: 50 outstanding and delicious recipes for cakes, cookies and cupcakes to bake at home, presented by the talented Jordan Rondel aka The Caker . The cakes are specialty treats not usually seen in cake shops. Some are gluten free, dairy free or vegan and Jordan uses as many organic ingredients as possible. The... more...
- Random House New Zealand 2013; US$ 15.09
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...
- Random House New Zealand 2016; US$ 20.34
Winner of Best Literary Food Writing (in English) category at the World Cookbook Fair, this is a lively journey discovering Ireland's food, people and music. If Peta hadn't known of her Irish ancestry, her love of potatoes would have betrayed it. Peta always connects with a place through its food, and in visiting the country of her forebears she... more...
- Random House New Zealand 2016; US$ 10.49
A story that speaks to a whole generation of disillusioned teenagers - and reveals something to those who are not. Sixteen-year-old Sharon's had enough. School sucks and even in her repeat year, she just doesn't get it. Her mother Kaz behaves more like a teenager than a mum, and Sharon gets left too often with her young brother Zinny. She wants out.Along... more...
- Random House New Zealand 2016; US$ 15.09
A Kiwi cowboy and his stubborn horse (nicknamed 'Goddammityou-sonavabitch') ride through America. Here's how an 'averagely dumb city-slicker' looking for something to do on his summer holiday saw Dances With Wolves and was seduced by the lure of the West. Together with a small stubborn horse rescued from a career in the Belgian sausage industry,... more...
- Random House New Zealand 2016; US$ 17.71
A novel of linked stories about a woman's search for identity beyond family ties, expectations and demands. Bethany Dixon is at the centre of a complex network of relationships. She is mother and stepmother, wife and ex, daughter-in-law, sister and lover. Earthy, generous, addicted to children and food, Bethany has yet to establish her place in the... more...
- Random House New Zealand 2016; US$ 15.74
Shortlisted for the Commonwealth Writers Prize, this novel explores love, obsession and stranger danger. Wallace is a door-to-door salesman. When he meets six-year-old Jania, his life gains a new dimension. He is in love. This is 'pure' adoration. Or is it?Esther, reluctant grandmother, is too self-absorbed to notice the drama that is about to break.Innocence... more...
- Random House New Zealand 2016; US$ 15.74
This prize-winning collection of short stories playfully questions what 'real life' is and, more importantly, where it can be found. Philip is a New Zealander, born and raised; the trouble is that no one will believe him. He travels widely, though his brother Dan has no intention of going anywhere - why leave when everything you hate is here? His... more...