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              List of titles published from 26 May to 25 June 2020.

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              Sharing with Wolf
               

              Sharing with Wolf (Hardback)

              By Syzmanik, Melinda; Illustrated by Slade-Robinson, Nikki

              • RRP: $19.99
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              I can't share with sheep, said Wolf. I . . . ah . . . have a tendency to eat them. It's in my nature. But would Lamb listen? No! He bleated on and on, determined to be Wolf's knitty-knotty new housemate . . .

              ISBN 9781775435723
              Published NZ 1 Jun 2020
              Publisher Scholastic
              Interest Age 2-6 years
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              Sleep Little Kiwi Sleep
                 

              Sleep Little Kiwi Sleep (Paperback)

              By Hinde, Deborah

              • RRP: $19.99
              • $16.99
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              • Pub Date
                8 Jun 20

              Follow little Kiwi and meet his forest friends, as he hunts for food for a midnight feast, escapes a nasty predator and arrives back to his burrow safe and sound as the sun rises. Introduces young children to nocturnal creatures that are busy with their "day" while they themselve...s are tucked up in bed fast asleep.
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              ISBN 9780473515201
              Published NZ 8 Jun 2020
              Publisher PictureBook Publishing
              Interest Age 0-5 years
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              Know Your Place
               

              Know Your Place (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Ghahraman, Golriz

              • RRP: $39.99
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              A powerful story of an Iranian-Kiwi asylum seeker who became a defence lawyer and New Zealand's first refugee elected to Parliament

              ISBN 9781775541424
              Published NZ 2 Jun 2020
              Publisher HarperCollins Publishers
              Interest Age General Audience
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              My Mummy is a Monster
                

              My Mummy is a Monster (Paperback)

              By Thatcher, Stephanie

              • RRP: $22.00
              • $17.60
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              • Pub Date
                15 Jun 20

              A young boy is convinced his beloved mummy is really a secret monster. Told in amusing rhyme and rhythm. Released in time for Mother's Day.

              ISBN 9780995117488
              Published NZ 15 Jun 2020
              Publisher OneTree House Ltd
              Interest Age 5-8 years
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              Te Manu Huna a Tane: The hidden bird of Tane
                

              Te Manu Huna a Tane: The hidden bird of Tane (Hardback)

              Photographs by Gillam, Jennifer; Edited by Hansen, Eugene; Contributions by Ormsby-Rihari, Raewyn; Rihari-Rawiri, Tiwai

              • RRP: $45.00
              • $36.00
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              • Pub Date
                12 Jun 20

              This special photo book documents a wananga or class for three generations of women from Ngati Torehina Ki Mataka to learn the customary practice of pelting North Island brown kiwi so their feathers can be used for weaving.

              ISBN 9780995123069
              Published NZ 12 Jun 2020
              Publisher Massey University Press
              Interest Age General Audience
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              Will to Win: New Zealand netball greats on team culture and leadership
               

              Will to Win: New Zealand netball greats on team culture and leadership (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By McCarthy, Lana; Martin, Andy; Watson, Geoff

              • RRP: $39.99
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              A fascinating deep-dive into the development of the Silver Ferns' traditions, the evolution of team culture and the nuts-and-bolts of leadership at an elite sporting level.

              ISBN 9780995113558
              Published NZ 4 Jun 2020
              Publisher Massey University Press
              Interest Age General Audience
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              Fake Baby
               

              Fake Baby (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By McDaid, Amy

              • RRP: $36.00
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              Fake Baby is a tender and funny exploration of the power of words, our perception of resilience and what it means to be real. Nine Days. One City. Three Oddballs. Stephen's dead father is threatening to destroy the world. If Stephen commits the ultimate sacrifice and throws himse...lf into the harbour, he will save humanity. The last thing he needs is a Jehovah's witness masquerading as a school boy and an admission to a mental health facility. * Jaanvi steals a life-like doll called James and cares for him as if he were her dead child. Her husband demands she return him. But she and James have already bonded, and it's nobody's business how she decides to grieve. * Lucas, pharmacist and all-round nice guy, is having one of the worst weeks of his life. His employees forgot his birthday, his mother's gone manic, and now his favourite customer is in hospital because of a medication error he made. Can he make things right? Or is life all downhill after forty? 'A darkly funny satire that's both moving and wise.' - Paula Morris
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              ISBN 9780143774631
              Published NZ 2 Jun 2020
              Publisher Penguin
              Interest Age General Audience
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              Observations of a Rural Nurse
                

              Observations of a Rural Nurse (Hardback)

              By McIntyre, Sara

              • RRP: $55.00
              • $44.00
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              • Pub Date
                11 Jun 20

              Observations of a Rural Nurse (Hardback) By McIntyre, Sara RRP: $50.50 $40.40 Save $10.10 Pub Date 13 May 20 Sara McIntyre, the daughter of the artist Peter McIntyre, was nine years old when her family first came to Kakahi, in the King Country, in 1960. The family has been linked... to Kakahi ever since. On the family car trips of her childhood, McIntyre got used to her fathers frequent stops for subject matter for painting. Fifty years on, when she moved to Kakahi to work as a district nurse, she began to do the same on her rounds, as a photographer. This book brings together her remarkable photographic exploration her observations of Kakahi and the sparsely populated surrounding King Country towns of Manunui, Ohura, Ongarue, Piriaka, Owhango and Taumarunui.
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              ISBN 9780995122970
              Published NZ 11 Jun 2020
              Publisher Massey University Press
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              Nothing to See
                

              Nothing to See (Paperback)

              By Adam, Pip

              • RRP: $30.00
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              • Pub Date
                11 Jun 20

              It's 1994. Peggy and Greta are learning how to live sober. They go to meetings and they ring their support person, Diane. They have just enough money for one Tom Yum between them, but mostly they eat carrot sandwiches. They volunteer at the Salvation Army shop, and sometimes they... sleep with men for money. They live with Heidi and Dell, who are also like them. It's 2006. Peggy and Greta have two jobs: a job at a call centre, and a job as a moderator for a website. They're teaching themselves how to code. Heidi and Dell don't live together anymore, and Dell keeps getting into trouble. One day, Peggy and Greta turn around and there's only one of them. It's 2018. Margaret lives next door to Heidi and her family. She has a job writing code that analyses data for a political organisation, and she's good at it. Every day she checks an obsolete cellphone she found under her bed, waiting for messages. She struggles to stay sober. Then, one day, there are two of them again, both trying to figure out where they have come from. Nothing to See is a compelling, brilliantly original novel about life in the era of surveillance capitalism, when society prefers not to see those who are different, and the line between reality and simulation feels dissolvingly thin
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              ISBN 9781776563159
              Published NZ 11 Jun 2020
              Publisher Victoria University Press
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              Ripiro Beach: A Memoir of Life After Near Death
                

              Ripiro Beach: A Memoir of Life After Near Death (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Caroline, Barron

              • RRP: $34.99
              • $27.99
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              • Pub Date
                9 Jun 20

              Does DNA write our destinies? Or do the hands that nurture triumph over nature? What is it that determines who we really are?Ripiro Beach is a beautifully written, relentlessly honest memoir about one woman's determination to gather the threads of a life that has come undone.

              ISBN 9781988538204
              Published NZ 9 Jun 2020
              Publisher David Bateman Ltd
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