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Wednesday's Child
Wednesday's Child Val Bird
A unique and compulsive insight that will make you weep - and laugh.
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Dance of the Peacocks
Dance of the Peacocks James McNeish
The true story of five talented young men in exile in the time of Hitler and Mao Tse-Tung.
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Maori Boy
Maori Boy Witi Ihimaera
This is the first volume of Witi Ihimaera's enthralling, award-winning memoir, packed with stories from the formative years of this much-loved writer.
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Making a Difference
Making a Difference Owen Glenn
The story behind Owen Glenn's global business success and major philanthropic contributions
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Eating Dirt
Eating Dirt Steve Gurney
Outdoor adventures and advice on resilience from extreme athlete Steve Gurney, author of the bestselling Lucky Legs.
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Backwards to Forwards
Backwards to Forwards Kevin Ireland
A lyrically written memoir showing the growth of a writer and his unique perceptions of the 1950s, 60s and beyond
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The Winemaker
The Winemaker Kerry Tyack
Biography of New Zealand's most awarded wine-industry leader
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Long Loop Home
Long Loop Home Peter Wells
A prize-winning memoir, a tender evocation of a world, a place and a time.
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Heart to Start
Heart to Start Derek Handley
The story of a global start-up plus a guide for turning your ideas into action.
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Everlasting Feast
Everlasting Feast Lauraine Jacobs
Favourite recipes and stories of a life in food come together in a beautiful cookbook by one of New Zealand's best-known food writers.
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The Sixth Man
The Sixth Man James McNeish
Paddy Costello was a scholar, a soldier, a diplomat, a maverick, an exemplary father, a lover of good wine. But was he also a spy?
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Wind Driven
Wind Driven Wendy Kinney-Kendall
Inspiring story of how a New Zealand woman, four-time Olympic windsurfing champion got to the top — and stayed there.
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Legend
Legend Paul Goldsmith
The story of New Zealand's most successful exporter and its head, Bill Gallagher, who built on the invention of an electric fence to make the company a world leader in its field.
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Somebodies and Nobodies
Somebodies and Nobodies Brian Turner
Honest and insightful, this memoir is a revealing picture of our recent past, of sport and poetry, the spirit of New Zealand's south and its distinctive people.
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No Mean Feat
No Mean Feat Mark Inglis
How a man who lost both legs below the knee overcame the odds to achieve incredible academic, sporting and industrial success, including a Paralympic medal in cycling.
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Legs On Everest
Legs On Everest Mark Inglis
The remarkable story of how a double amputee from New Zealand made it to the top of Mt Everest - and back down again.
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Tracey Richardson
Tracey Richardson Tracey Richardson
Motivational autobiography of a morbidly obese mother of children with cystic fibrosis, who radically changed her life to become an Ironman competitor.
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I Am Always With You
I Am Always With You Philip Temple
Based on real events in Germany, this vividly told and deeply moving novel tells of one woman's love for a fellow artist, her struggle to survive the war and her desperation to keep alive the spirit of creativity.
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Never Put All Your Eggs in One Bastard
Never Put All Your Eggs in One Bastard Peta Mathias
Funny, passionate, outrageous and honest, this is a memoir about travel, house renovations, food, music, men and change.
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The Wharf at Waterfall Bay
The Wharf at Waterfall Bay Lisa Harper
The inspiring and entertaining story of a determined young woman alone, who overcame the isolation of her family farm to build a flourishing business.
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The McCashin's Story
The McCashin's Story McCashins
The small business success story of New Zealand's first craft beer & the revolution it started.
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Ecoman
Ecoman Malcolm Rands
The story of how Malcolm Rands, an organic gardener and hippy from Northland, built the pioneering global brand ecostore.
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Outraged
Outraged Paul Henry
A collection of short pieces on topics dear to Paul Henry’s heart – some outrage him, some will outrage you, and others will outrage everybody.
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Journey to a Hanging
Journey to a Hanging Peter Wells
Part history, part biography, part social commentary, this fascinating book is about infamous events that shook New Zealand to its core.
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