Sir Lloyd Geering, one of NZ's leading thinkers, on the history of 'God' and the emergence of empirical science.
Imaginative and unpredictable stories, told with wit and keen observation, explore the intricacies and quirks of being human.
Missing stock and vanishing people – Richard Steele's second novel.
'A fascinating blend of biography, social history, and travelogue. New Zealand comes alive in its pages.'
— David Crystal
Collects and expands on papers presented at the New Zealand Centre for Sustainable Cities’ 2009 national symposium on sustainable transport and our built environment. Also available as an e-book.
It's not widely known, but New Zealand has a rich store of song, folklore, poetry, stories and yarns that cry out to be told or sung.
An illustrated New Zealand history in the words and music of songs.
It is spring, 1982 and change is in the air … James Robb's impressive debut novel.
A celebration of the early missionaries, settlers and their wives, and of Kiwi Ken Nobbs who honoured them in his roses.
This novel is a series of episodes from the endgame
of the forlorn but irrepressible Peter Becker,
Wellington’s self-styled ‘connoisseur of love’. The novel’s
other main character is Wellington itself.