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              Where I Live
                

              Where I Live (Paperback)

              Edited by Riley, David

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              Students from St Mary MacKillop School in Mangere describe what they love about their amazing community. Teacher-author, David Riley, grew up in Mangere too, and helps the students find the words to express their thoughts. Be blessed, encouraged and inspired by these young people... as they highlight the beauty of their home, South Auckland.
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              ISBN 9780473504045
              Published NZ 1 Jan 2019
              Publisher Reading Warrior
              Interest Age Children
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              1642 Abel Tasman
                

              1642 Abel Tasman (Paperback)

              By Van Zanden, Henry

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              Abel Tasman was one of the world's greatest explorers yet very few people realise the full extent of his accomplishments. Best known as the first European explorer to discover Tasmania, New Zealand and Fiji, he also completed the famous Bonaparte map which became the most complet...e map of Australia until 1770. However, few people understand the importance of his main objective: to discover Terra Australis Incognito, The Unknown Southland, that almost every mapmaker believed existed in both the Indian and Pacific Oceans. Tasman sailed further south than any other explorer. He sailed longer than any other captain across the Indian and Southern Oceans at latitudes of 45- 50 S in two ships only 30 metres in length.
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              ISBN 9780994606624
              Published NZ 1 Jan 2019
              Publisher NZ / SP Author Self Published
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              Second Only To Bradman: The Life of Stewie Dempster
                

              Second Only To Bradman: The Life of Stewie Dempster (Paperback)

              By Francis, Bill

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              ISBN 9780648690610
              Published NZ 1 Jan 2019
              Publisher NZ / SP Author Self Published
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              Mountains to Sea and Elephants in Between
                

              Mountains to Sea and Elephants in Between (Paperback)

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              Mountains to Sea and Elephants in Between - A photographic book of 50 early Kaikoura images from the Kaikoura Museum collection

              ISBN 9780473490508
              Published NZ 1 Jan 2019
              Publisher NZ / SP Author Self Published
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              Hebridean Heroines: Twentieth Century Queen's Nurses
               

              Hebridean Heroines: Twentieth Century Queen's Nurses (Paperback)

              By Morrison, Catherine M.

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              ISBN 9781907443732
              Released NZ 31 Jan 2017
              Publisher Miscellaneous
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              Shaking the Throne
               

              Shaking the Throne (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Angus Baker, Caroline

              • RRP: $57.99
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              The moderate man shall inherit the kingdom.That man needs to be the Queenmaker.November 1533 - Thomas Cromwell and Nicola Frescobaldi have their queen on the throne. The Catholic Church is being destroyed as the Reformation looms over England. Cromwell has total power at court an...d in parliament, while Frescobaldi wins favour with the king's illegitimate son, Henry Fitzroy.But England's fate is uncertain. The nobles still despise Cromwell and his Italian creature. Anne has not given the king a son. Queen Katherine refuses to give up her title, and Thomas More and Bishop Fisher defy their king. The final Plantagenets think they should hold the throne while the Catholics want Princess Mary named as heir.England can be reformed, but Cromwell must dissolve all the monasteries and abbeys, and with the king on his side, the plan to change religion will sever heads. Queen Anne is losing Henry's love, but Cromwell could suffer if Anne loses her crown. Frescobaldi creates a daring plan to replace Anne and regain the Pope's favour, but Cromwell must execute the plans on his own. Schemes will go astray and the wrong heads will be severed to satisfy a vengeful sovereign.Kings will rise, queens shall fall, children will perish, and the people of England will march in a pilgrimage to take Cromwell's head, while Frescobaldi will have to make the ultimate sacrifice.
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              ISBN 9781973312390
              Released NZ 27 Sep 2018
              Publisher Independently Published
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              Series Queenmaker
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              Beyond the Boundaries of Time: Histories that Influenced My Life
                

              Beyond the Boundaries of Time: Histories that Influenced My Life (Paperback)

              By Brailsford, Barry

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              Beyond the Boundaries of Time weaves together events that influenced my life. Truths that span the ages are shared here, and knowledge the Elders asked me to hold in the silence until the time was right. Letting the book go into the world, placing it with those who care, lifts bu...rdens carried for many years.
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              ISBN 9780958243438
              Published NZ 1 Jan 2019
              Publisher NZ / SP Author Self Published
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              Frailty of Human Affairs
               

              Frailty of Human Affairs (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Angus Baker, Caroline

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              The moderate man shall inherit the kingdom.That man needs to be the Queenmaker.London 1529 - Cardinal Wolsey has ruled England in King Henry VIII's name for most of his reign. Now Henry wants to leave his extraordinary Spanish wife of twenty years, Queen Katherine, to marry Anne ...Boleyn and secure a male heir for the kingdom. Only God can end a marriage, through his appointed voices on Earth, the powerful Cardinal Wolsey, and Cardinal Campeggio sent from Rome in the Pope's place.Wolsey's faithful attendant, commoner Thomas Cromwell, has the mind, the skills and the ambition to secure a royal annulment. Cromwell's forgotten past in Italy reappears with Campeggio's new attendant, Nicola Frescobaldi, the peculiar son of Cromwell's former Italian master. While the great Cardinals of Christendom fight the King, the Pope and their God for an annulment, Cromwell and Frescobaldi hold the power over a country at war with its own conscience.Cromwell is called the double-minded man, whose golden eyes make money appear. Now Cromwell wants the power to destroy the Catholic Church in England. Frescobaldi is known as the waif-like creature, the Pope's favourite companion, but Frescobaldi wants freedom from Pope Clement and his Medici family in Italy. Cromwell and Frescobaldi will place themselves into the heart of religious and political influence as they strive to create an English queen, or lose their heads for their crimes and sinful secrets.
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              ISBN 9781521447222
              Released NZ 29 Aug 2017
              Publisher Independently Published
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              Series Queenmaker
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              New Zealand Novachem agrichemical manual 2020/2021
                

              New Zealand Novachem agrichemical manual 2020/2021 (Paperback)

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              For over 30 years the Novachem manual has been the trusted source of agrichemical information in New Zealand - AND NOW IT'S BIGGER THAN EVER! The 2018/2019 edition is the comprehensive reference to agrichemicals registered for use in New Zealand. It now contains more list...ings than ever...900 pages covering a comprehensive alphabetical listing of products, active ingredients, crop and weed tables, weed & pest identification and much, much more all in one single publication. It really is the definitive agrichemical guide and the only one you'll ever need.
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              ISBN 2020NZNOVACHM
              Published NZ 15 Jan 2019
              Publisher Miscellaneous
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              One Last Dance: Inspirational Romance (Christian Fiction) (A Hopes Crest Christian Romance Book 2)
               

              One Last Dance: Inspirational Romance (Christian Fiction) (A Hopes Crest Christian Romance Book 2) (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Hayes, Laura

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              Is love worth a second chance? Jenny Hunter had her heart broken in her senior year, and she vowed to never let it happen again. But that was four years ago. Since then, she has busied herself with work and church activities, burying the pain and emerging a better person for it. ...However, when the new school year begins and new staff members join the team, the once optimistic Jenny is shocked to learn the new head coach of the basketball team is none other than her ex-boyfriend, the same boy who dumped her at the senior prom. Mark Davis once loved a girl but had walked away hoping to start a career in Hollywood. Unfortunately, he finds himself among millions who fail to make it in an industry that leaves most disappointed. Broken, depressed, and turning to alcohol, Mark returns to Hopes Crest ready to fix not only himself but those he has hurt. As he works alongside Jenny, his suspicions are confirmed-he loves her just as much today as he ever did. The problem is, she has made it clear that there will be no second chances. As the two are forced to work together, old feelings arise, and what seemed like simple solutions in the beginning become more complicated as time passes. For these two to reunite, Mark must understand what he truly wants in life, and Jenny must decide if she can forgive Mark enough to take him back. Welcome to Hopes Crest, a town unlike any other! A refuge for those who are hurting. A home for those who are lost. And a place where the brokenhearted are made new once again. Bullet 5 Pull up a chair, grab your favorite drink, and meet all the people who make this town a place you want to call home! One Last Dance is a clean, stand-alone contemporary Christian romance, the second book in the Hopes Crest Romance Series, with no cheating, no cliffhangers, and a guaranteed HEA.
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              ISBN 9781730913983
              Released NZ 5 Nov 2018
              Publisher Independently Published
              Interest Age General Audience
              Series A Hopes Crest Christian Romance
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