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By Colquhoun, Glenn; Illustrated by Brown, Nigel
Glenn Colquhoun imagines the northern gods of his Celtic heritage engaging with the atua Maori of the south, and creates a new mythology for this country. Nigel Brown has handwritten and illustrated Glenn's words.
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By Brown, Nigel
"The exhibition 'Tranquillity Disturb'd': A contemporary look at historical New Zealand offers a unique view of an important and dramatic aspect of New Zealand history. The main focus is the impact of English navigator Captain James Cook's three visits to this country and the wid...er Pacific region in the late 18th century"--http://www.nzportraitgallery.org.nz.Read more
This title sets out the relationships that exist on construction projects, and the implications for all those involved after they are completed. Designed to assist those in a construction project, it highlights both the costly and far-reaching consequences of defective design.
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By Brown, Nigel; Edited by George, Sharif
Preaching is the natural overflow of our religion. We have received good news, and we long to tell it to others. The reason and passion of preaching ' the only reason and passion ' is that a great and wonderful thing has come into our lives in the love of God through Jesus, and w...e can find no rest until we tell the world.Read more
By George, Sharif; Brown, Nigel
Foundations of Faith for New Believers is a 10 week bible study series for new Christians. The studies are simple and clearly presented and intended to stimulate discussion of the cores ideas of the Christian faith
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