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New Zealand’s Night Sky: Prominent Stars and Constellations is a fold out star chart featuring prominent stars and constellations in New Zealand’s skies.
Paddy the Wanderer tells the remarkable story of Wellington’s beloved dog Paddy, a wharf-dwelling dog who became a local legend. Great for kids and adults.
Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls is a children’s book packed full of 100 stories about 100 incredible women, from every corner of the globe.
‘Every girl can become a hero’
Go Girl by Barbara Else is a truly inspirational collection of true stories about NZ women who have done extraordinary things.
Out on the South Seas, a ship is cheerfully battered and sunk… this delightfully grim story from local talent Fatcat and Fishface features illustrations by Stephen Templer, and includes an animated DVD of the song.
The Wahine Disaster Documentary By Sharon Barbour Sharon Barbour directed The Wahine Disaster Documentary. The film details the stories of passengers who survived the blackest day in Wellington’s history. This film features a striking recreation of the Wahine disaster and shares previously untold stories of survival. Learn about the events that followed when in the […]
This gorgeous cookbook celebrates the flair and flavours of Wellington’s well known Cuba Street. Take a journey up the street and enjoy a colourful mix of recipes, provided by over twenty of your favourite bars and eateries!
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.
How The Kiwi Lost Its Wings by Alwyn Owen is a popular New Zealand childrens story.
It tells the story of how the brave little kiwi sacrifices its wings and beautiful feathers to help Tane save the forest.
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.
Aotearoa: The New Zealand Experience aims to present a stunning book for the New Zealand traveler that closely mirrors their experience in New Zealand.
In this Māori weaving book, the text and detailed photographs show the steps in selecting, preparing and weaving flax plus much much more.
Author: Huia Publishing
First Published 2015
This product is also available for purchase in store at the Cable Car Museum and Wellington Museum.
Mauri Ora links whakatauki to key personal virtues idealised across cultures and generations. Meaning, the virtues, wisdom, courage, compassion, integrity, self-mastery and belief, all stem from the science of positive psychology; the study of how to live a better life.
Illustrated throughout with wonderful photographs from an old world, this book draws on traditional wisdom to provide a recipe for personal effectiveness and leadership, and a rewarding connection of Māori knowledge to contemporary thinking about personal happiness and fulfilment.
Author: Peter Alsop & Te Rau Kupenga
First Published 2016
This product is also available for purchase in store at the Wellington Museum.
King has captured the New Zealand landscape as a leading Impressionist painter and as a commercial artist and has branded the country as an alluring tourism utopia and productive agricultural and industrial paradise.
Aotearoa: The New Zealand Story by Gavin Bishop starts over a thousand years ago. The wind, sea currents and stars brought people to the islands that became known as Aotearoa, the land of the long white cloud.
New Zealand by Rob Suisted is a tribute to the quality and depth of his landscape photography. This book is a collection of his best work that reflects a lifetime of interest in the remarkable diversity of the New Zealand landscape.
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