The Sika, was the first in a series of books that will eventually form the official N.Z.D.A. record series, covering the top trophies taken in New Zealand for all game animals recognised by that organisation. Each work will look at the origin, liberation, spread and establishment,... read more
Architecture & Design
Following the discovery of gold in Otago in the early 1860's, the settlement of Dunedin quickly grew to become the largest and richest city in New Zealand. Architects came to the young city for they knew that gold meant not only mining, but growth... read more
This book is an essential guide for growers wishing to produce premium quality fresh feijoas for export and for the local market. Others, such as nurserymen, students, researchers and horticulturalists, who have an interest in feijoas and the cultivation of different fruit crops will also find this book useful.
Beer, Wine and Spirits
|Awards:||Illustrated Non-Fiction Finalist - Ockham New Zealand Book Awards 2017.|
Mount Difficulty Pinot Noir and Spy Valley Riesling. Montana Sauvignon Blanc and Cloudy Bay Chardonnay. Though the New Zealand wine industry really began only fifty years ago, vines and winemakers have now spread across the land - from Ce... read more
Believe in the America that reaches higher.
Go High is a photographic collection of First Lady Michelle Obama's warmth, wisdom, and belief in a future that is bright. As you move along these pages, you will find moments in... read more
For lovers of horses and trivia alike, this colorful book is packed with fascinating facts, from physical characteristics and folklore to safety tips and horse-care musts. Over 400 nuggets of information are taken from all areas of the equine world, -from the pages of s... read more
Warning: you may want to cuddle this book!
We've found the planet's cutest animals and squeezed them inside this adorable title. From fluffy pandas and penguin chicks to pygmy possums and inquisitive quokkas, discover a mix of family favourites and lesser-known critters... read more
The fishes of New Zealand are part of the Indo-Pacific fish fauna, by far the richest in the world. This guide covers many bony (or teleostean) reef fishes belonging to the super class PISCES, class OSTEICHTHYES, and discusses their habits ... read more
NZ Natural History
This new addition to New Holland's popular pocket Photographic Guide series showcases the flowers that add so much to the attractions of walking in New Zealand's alpine zone. The ideal size for slipping into a backpack when tramping, i... read more
|Author:||Tony Jewell (photography Rod Morris)|
NZ Natural History
|Series:||Photographic Guide to|
Everyone has heard of the tuatara, New Zealand's unique 'living dinosaur'; but equally fascinating, if less well known, are the country's other reptiles. There are more than 65 species of lizards (including skinks and geckos)... read more
|Author:||Professor Brian Cox; Andrew Cohen|
Science and Discovery
|Reading Level:||4 Science|
Jupiter: The Ruthless One - Mars: The Doomed One - Sun: The Fiery One - Saturn: The Beautiful One - Pluto: The Mysterious One Professor Brian Cox is back with another insightful and mind-blowing exploration of space.
This time he shows us our solar system as we've never... read more
SpotX Golfing New Zealand is the most comprehensive publication on the market covering all affiliated golf courses in New Zealand. With over 400,000 people playing annually, golfing is one of the largest recreational activities in the country and enjoyed by a wide demographic. Each course reviewed wil... read more