The Burger Wellington cookbook marks ten years of Visa Wellington On a Plate. What better way to celebrate, than by revisiting some of the most delicious, inventive and awarded burgers from the iconic event?
Kiwiana Uniquely New Zealand is an essential guide for both New Zealanders and overseas visitors, identifying and celebrating some of the more colourful and durable aspects of this country’s popular culture.
This is a perfect full-colour reference book for everyone enchanted by the beauty of the locations in the movie trilogy. Updated in 2011, the Lord of the Rings Location Guidebook contains valuable background information and exclusive anecdotes about the filming.
Haka, by Patricia Grace, is the story of the great Ngāti Toa chief Te Rauparaha and how he came to compose the haka ‘Ka Mate, Ka Mate’. The haka has become recognisable all over the world by being performed by New Zealand teams at national and international rugby and other sporting events.
New Zealand: Eye on the Landscape, presents a strikingly fresh and original view of this much photographed country. It is the perfect book for anyone with a love of great photography and the remarkable landscape of New Zealand.
400 photos. 280 pages. 38 stories. One city. The Residents: Made in Wellington shares 38 inspiring stories about how people – some prominent, some unsung heroes – have been shaped by life in the capital.
Tu Meke Tui is a children’s book written by Malcolm Clarke and illustrated by stencil artist Hayley King, also known as Flox. It is a story of friendship, courage and discovering that sometimes it’s our differences which make us truly special.
Build Your Own Cable Car Book by Delphine Hirasuna For anyone who’s dreamed of hopping aboard a little cable car that strives for the sky, this is just the ticket. This Build Your Own Cable Car book, includes two punch-out cable car models. One model is fully illustrated and the other is prime for coloring in!The book […]