|Awards:||NZ POST BOOK AWARDS - Nielsen Booksellers' Choice Winner 2014|
The name of Molesworth has huge national recognition, not only because it is our largest highcountry station, but also because of the remarkable story of how, from the late 1940s, the legendary manag... read more
In a major research project, Glyn Harper and the National Army Museum combined official war photographs with more informal images to provide a moving visual history. Originally published in 2008, this boo... read more
New Zealand: An island journey is an informal look at New Zealand and its people through the lens of German photographer Karl Johaentges. It is a colourful portrayal of New Zealand's stunning landscape, and the diversity, warmth and... read more
Grandpa decides it's time to clean out his shed. When Grandma offers to help, he tells her that it shouldn't take long. Grandpa didn't realise that he had a lot of stuff in his shed, and that it will take him more than a day to clean it all up.
|Author:||Rev Muru & Robin Walters|
A magnificent documentation of and tribute to New Zealand's wharenui, big and small. Bishop Muru Walters is a very well known Anglican minister. He is also a master carver, poet, broadcaster and former Maori All Bl... read more
In Oamaru: New Zealand's living Victorian town, author Paul Sorrell and photographer Graham Warman celebrate the town's outstanding architectural heritage and meet the fascinating characters who call Oamaru home. In a cou... read more
|Author:||Arno Gasteiger and Kennedy Warne|
At 2047 kilometres long and stretching from the southernmost tip of the South Island to Cape Reinga, State Highway 1 links this country's five main cities, and countless towns and blink-of-an-eye settlement... read more
Derek Smith has spent most of his working life working as a meter reader, a deliberate choice of occupation, as it has allowed his to pursue his vocation as a photographer. Inspired by the social documentary style of photographers such as ... read more
The South Island of New Zealand is unlike any other place on earth, celebrated for its majestic landscapes, picturesque lakes and rivers, and epic mountain ranges. Spirit of the South, a stunning tribute to the mainland, showcases its visual... read more
On the first day of Christmas my true love gave to me a pukeko in a ponga tree. A wonderful New Zealand adaption of the popular song The Twelve Days of Christmas. Includes an audio CD of the song so you can sing along!
Once again, acclaimed photographer Fay Looney has produced an engaging tribute to the New Zealand way of life, capturing the distinctive qualities of both landscape and people in a new hardback gift/souvenir book. The Real New Zealand is a ... read more
Holding a special place in the hearts and minds of New Zealanders, the dramatic scenery found in our high country also attracts visitors from around the world. In the sixth title in his compact-format pictorial series, leading photogr... read more
New Zealand's historic places are tied intrinsically to the landscape, where evidence of the earliest settlements are clearly visible. In the latest title in his compact pictorial series, photographer Rob Suisted has recorded our m... read more
This latest addition to New Holland's 'Top Spots' range takes the reader on a tour through more than 50 of the beauty spots and cultural must-sees of New Zealand's historic and photogenic north, including but not limited to: beautiful bays... read more
All of the best-loved landmarks of Auckland, from the Skytower and Harbour Bridge to the leafy Domain, elegant Parnell cafes and chic Chancery precinct, can be found in this compact-format pictorial, which is targeted at overseas tourists o... read more
A pictorial journey around the Bay of Islands.
New Zealand Highlights is a composition of photographic images designed to convey to others the magnificence of this part of the world. It is a landscape book, mostly displaying naturally occurring landscapes and features throughout New Ze... read more