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              COVID-19: What you need to know about the coronavirus and the race for the vaccine
               

              COVID-19: What you need to know about the coronavirus and the race for the vaccine (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Mosley, Dr Michael

              • RRP: $19.99
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              AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND EDITION This book charts the trajectory of the COVID-19 virus, from its emergence in China at the end of 2019 to its rapid worldwide spread. Based on the latest scientific discoveries, Dr Mosley gives you a detailed understanding of the secrets of this c...oronavirus, how it spreads, how it infects your body and how your immune system tries to fight back. Armed with the facts you'll be in a much better position to protect yourself and your family when the world begins to reopen. Dr Mosley also follows the work of leading doctors and virus researchers as they battle to find treatments and a safe and effective vaccine (ultimately, the only way to defeat the virus). Eating well, sleeping soundly, exercising and managing your stress are all critical for keeping your brain, body and immune system in the best possible shape over the coming months. These are areas where Dr Mosley is well known for his science-based and practical approach.
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              ISBN 9781760857592
              Published NZ 1 Jun 2020
              Publisher Simon & Schuster Australia
              Interest Age General Audience
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              People and Place: the West Coast of New Zealand's South Island in History and Literature
                

              People and Place: the West Coast of New Zealand's South Island in History and Literature (Paperback)

              By Richardson, Len

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              This book traces the enduring relationship between history, people and place that has shaped the character of a single region in a manner perhaps unique within the New Zealand experience. It explores the evolution of a distinctive regional literature that both shaped and was shap...ed by the physical and historical environment that inspired it. Looking westwards towards Australia and long shut off within New Zealand by the South Island's rugged Southern Alps, the West Coast was a land of gold, coal and timber. In the 1950s and 1960s, it nurtured a literature that embodied a sense of belonging to an Australasian world and captured the aspirations of New Zealand's emergent radical nationalism. More recent West Coast writers, observing the hollowing out of their communities, saw in miniature and in advance the growing gulf between city and regional economies aligned to an older economic order losing its relevance. Were they chronicling the last hurrah of a retreating age or crafting a literature of regional resistance?
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              ISBN 9781760463441
              Published NZ 1 May 2020
              Publisher ANU Press
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              Southern Spirit: The People and Places of Southland
               

              Southern Spirit: The People and Places of Southland (Paperback)

              By Dougherty, Ian

              • RRP: $30.00
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              An extensively illustrated book on the forms, flora, fauna, food, folk, fascinations and fun of the Southland region of New Zealand.

              ISBN 9780473512712
              Published NZ 1 May 2020
              Publisher Misc - South Pacific Books
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              Te Kete Kawanatanga: A Resource for Governing High-Performing Maori Organisations
                

              Te Kete Kawanatanga: A Resource for Governing High-Performing Maori Organisations (Paperback, 2nd Enlarged edition)

              By Gray, David

              • RRP: $107.99
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              Te Kete Kawanatanga is a complete toolkit for governing Maori organisations. Aimed at people appointed to the boards and committees of all kinds of organisations, it sets out the process by which they can step up for their iwi, hapu and whanau, using examples drawn from real life....
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              ISBN 9780473513092
              Published NZ 15 May 2020
              Publisher Misc - South Pacific Books
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              Torched
               

              Torched (Trade Paperback / Paperback, 1st edition)

              By Starr, Kimberley

              • RRP: $32.99
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              If my son killed anyone, I'd know. I know him. A small Yarra Valley town has been devastated by a bushfire, and Reefton Primary School principal Phoebe Warton can't sleep. She's the single mother of eighteen-year-old Caleb who is accused of starting the fire - on purpose. Twel...ve people are dead, students from her school among them; only a monster would cause such carnage. But where was her son was that day? No one knows but Caleb, and he's not talking. Against mounting community rage, Phoebe sets out to clear her son. But every avenue leads back to Caleb. Why did he vanish from his Country Fire Authority shift? Who else was at the abandoned goldmine that day? Why is Caleb refusing to speak? Phoebe will be forced to confront the nature of guilt and redemption, and decide what boundaries she is willing to cross to save the son she loves. Torched is an explosive, haunting and compelling crime novel about mothers and sons and the ties that bind them.
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              ISBN 9781925700589
              Published NZ 28 Apr 2020
              Publisher Pantera Press
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              Drama Resources for New Zealand Senior Secondary Schools - Ko Te Ao Toi Whakaari: He Puka Rauemi ma Aotearoa
               

              Drama Resources for New Zealand Senior Secondary Schools - Ko Te Ao Toi Whakaari: He Puka Rauemi ma Aotearoa (Paperback, New edition)

              By Hood, Luton, Jacqui, Jane

              • RRP: $38.99
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              The book uses the language of the Drama curriculum and a te reo Maori translation of important terms to help students and teachers develop their appreciation and understanding of the bicultural nature of New Zealand.

              ISBN 9780908340651
              Published NZ 17 Apr 2020
              Publisher ESA Publications
              Interest Age Children / Young Adults
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              Killing Mind: An addictive and nail-biting crime thriller
                

              Killing Mind: An addictive and nail-biting crime thriller (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Marsons, Angela

              • RRP: $38.99
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              It had seemed so simple. Get in, get the information, get out. But now they were getting inside her mind and she didn't know how to stop them... When Detective Kim Stone is called to the home of Samantha Brown, she finds the young woman lying in bed with her throat cut and a knif...e in her hand. With no sign of forced entry or struggle, Kim rules her death a tragic suicide. But a visit to Samantha's parents rings alarm bells for Kim - there's something they're not telling her. And, when she spots a clue in a photograph, Kim realises she's made a huge mistake. Samantha didn't take her own life, she was murdered. Then a young man's body is found in a local lake with his throat cut and Kim makes a link between the victim and Samantha. They both spent time at Unity Farm, a retreat for people seeking an alternative way of life. Beneath the retreat's cosy facade, Kim and her team uncover a sinister community preying on the emotionally vulnerable. Sending one of her own undercover into Unity Farm is high risk but it's Kim's only hope if she is to catch a killer - someone Kim is convinced the victims knew and trusted. With Bryant distracted by the emergence of a harrowing case close to his heart, and an undercover officer in way over her head, Kim's neck is on the line like never before. Can she protect those closest to her before another life is taken? An unbelievably gripping crime thriller from multi-million copy bestseller Angela Marsons that will have you hooked on the Detective Kim Stone series. Read what everyone is saying about Killing Mind 'Killing Mind is one of, if not my favourite in the series... Well this was just bloody brilliant, no other way to put it.' Goodreads Reviewer, 'The most fabulous crime series ever written.' Goodreads Reviewer, 'Woohoo Angela Marsons is back with yet another cracking read!...If you consider yourself a crime thriller lover then this book, hell the whole series is unmissable.' The Book Review Cafe, 'I could read about Kim Stone and h
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              ISBN 9781838887315
              Released NZ 13 May 2020
              Publisher Bookouture
              Interest Age General Audience
              Series Detective Kim Stone Crime Thriller
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              Tides of Kawhia: 2020
                

              Tides of Kawhia: 2020 (Paperback, New edition)

              By O'Connor, Tom

              • RRP: $40.00
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              Crammed with fascinating historical details, this novel introduces the reader to the enigmatic figure of Te Rau-paraha. In the late eighteenth century, Kawhia is the prosperous heart of the people of Ngati Toarangatira. But, beyond the borders ominous changes threaten to drive th...e iwi from their coastal stronghold. In the north, Nga Puhi acquire muskets, and to the east the Waikato tribes cast envious eyes on the bountiful wa-ters and forests of Kawhia. Into this mix the child Maui Potiki is born. He is later called Te Rauparaha ? a name that today ripples down the pages of New Zealand his- tory. The young Te Rauparaha uses his wits, courage and audacity to become a military strategist, accom-plished politician and tribal leader. Sharing his exploits is Te Rou Rou, born into slavery who, like the young man of rank, uses intelligence to improve his status in the often dangerous tribal life of the time. When simmering animosities between the inland peoples explode into all-out-war, hundreds of warriors are left on the battlefield. In Tides of Kawhia, deadly fights and ancient Maori ritual mingle with delicate poetry and an impetuous hot-blooded people, bringing to life a period of history and a society unknown to many.
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              ISBN 9780995121935
              Published NZ 1 May 2020
              Publisher John Douglas Publishing
              Interest Age General Audience
              Series Te Rauparaha's life
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              Innocent Nurses Abroad
               

              Innocent Nurses Abroad (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Old, Jenny

              • RRP: $34.50
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              From her childhood in Deniliquin to boarding school in Sydney, to becoming a reluctant nurse in Melbourne; meeting the 'amigos' and then venturing forth into the unknown as innocent nurses abroad.

              ISBN 9781922340108
              Published NZ 25 Apr 2020
              Publisher Ocean Reeve Publishing
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              Me and the Cottonwood Tree: An Untethered Boyhood
               

              Me and the Cottonwood Tree: An Untethered Boyhood (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Bryce, Herb

              • RRP: $32.50
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              Chock-full of unbelievable stories, Me and the Cottonwood Tree will enchant readers with the hilarious misadventures of young Herb growing up during some of the most pivotal times in America. From getting stuck in the family outhouse, to buying a donkey as a pet, to creating a gi...ant fireball out of burning Christmas trees, you'll be taken along for a wild ride full of hysterical stories of Herb growing up through some of America's most influential moments in history. Set in Arizona and California from 1933 to 1950, this is the story of one boy's untethered childhood. Herb Bryce grew up as part of a large Mormon family, moving frequently from town to town and house to house. In each new home, Herb learns valuable lessons...and often gets into heaps of mischief along the way. Jump back to a time when kids were given freedom not often allowed to children today--roaming fields and forests, having adventures, and learning about how to create adventure right outside your door.
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              ISBN 9781734388503
              Released NZ 17 Apr 2020
              Publisher Herb Bryce
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