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A Guys Guide to Shoes

ISBN: 9783848008124

Author: Bernhard Roetzel    Publisher: h f Ullmann

To the aficionado, men's shoes are cult objects. No garment available for men is similarly coveted, lovingly cared for, and comparatively dearly bought by its d...


To the aficionado, men's shoes are cult objects. No garment available for men is similarly coveted, lovingly cared for, and comparatively dearly bought by its devotees. But even committed shoe fans often lack the broad knowledge. Consequently, a book about shoes should not only deal with the aesthetic side but also offer a wealth of information - on materials and styles, brands and manufacturers, models and their makers. Bernhard Roetzel's A Guy's Guide to Shoes conveys competence and knowledge, discusses trends and history, and depicts fashion and style.


Bind: hardback


Pages: 240


Dimensions: 122 x 180 mm


$34.99 $19.99
Kakahu - Getting Dressed

ISBN: 9780473331528

Author: Kitty Brown and Kirsten Parkinson    Publisher: Reo Pepi

Tahi - Series 1 Kākahu teaches one of the most useful and practical instructions for young whānau members to know, getting dressed. Learn how to dress for Te ...


Tahi - Series 1 Kākahu teaches one of the most useful and practical instructions for young whānau members to know, getting dressed. Learn how to dress for Te Reo Māori success.


Bind: hardback


Pages: 18


Dimensions: 147 x 185 mm


$17.99
Kararehe - Animals

ISBN: 9780473331511

Author: Kitty Brown and Kirsten Parkinson    Publisher: Reo Pepi

Tahi - Series 1 Using high frequency kupu Karahere introduces us to the all-important pēpi vocab of everyday animals. Animal noises are of course optional.


Tahi - Series 1 Using high frequency kupu Karahere introduces us to the all-important pēpi vocab of everyday animals. Animal noises are of course optional.


Bind: hardback


Pages: 18


Dimensions: 147 x 185 mm


$17.99
Kanohi - My Face

ISBN: 9780473331504

Author: Kitty Brown and Kirsten Parkinson    Publisher: Reo Pepi

Tahi - Series 1 Reflecting pēpi's sweet first words game, Kanohi features beautiful illustrations of kiwi kids having fun. Use Kanohi to learn the parts of pē...


Tahi - Series 1 Reflecting pēpi's sweet first words game, Kanohi features beautiful illustrations of kiwi kids having fun. Use Kanohi to learn the parts of pēpi's face together with some simple Te Reo Māori.


Bind: hardback


Pages: 18


Dimensions: 147 x 185 mm


$17.99
Hui Katoa Tahi Box Set Series 1

ISBN: 9780473370411

Author: Kitty Brown and Kirsten Parkinson    Publisher: Reo Pepi

Tahi-Reo Pēpi first series is aimed at 0-5 year old's and their whānau members. Find simple, repetitive sentences you will use in everyday situations and plen...


Tahi-Reo Pēpi first series is aimed at 0-5 year old's and their whānau members. Find simple, repetitive sentences you will use in everyday situations and plenty of new kupu for your vocabulary. The carefully rendered illustrations are created with aroha and will be a delight for all readers. Boxed set containing Kākahu - Getting Dressed, Kararehe - Animals, and Kanohi - My Face from series 1


Bind: hardback


$49.99
Hui Katoa Rua Box Set Series 2

ISBN: 9780473386658

Author: Kitty Brown and Kirsten Parkinson    Publisher: Reo Pepi

Rua-Our second series of pukapuka reaches for new concepts as we follow our tamariki on a learning journey. Gain more everyday sentence structures and aquirie k...


Rua-Our second series of pukapuka reaches for new concepts as we follow our tamariki on a learning journey. Gain more everyday sentence structures and aquirie knowledge of fundamental concepts-shapes, numbers and colours. Playful and vibrant illustrations you will love to share! Boxed set of 3 books including Ngā Āhua - Shapes, Ngā Tae - Colours, and Te Kaute - Counting from Series 2


Bind: hardback


Publication Date: 11-03-2017


$49.99
Wayside Medicine

ISBN: 9781910723357

Authors: Julie Bruton-Seal, Matthew Seal    Publisher: Merlin Unwin Books

Wayside Medicine is packed with practical information on the use of over 50 native plants as sources of herbal medicine. The countryside abounds with cures whic...


Wayside Medicine is packed with practical information on the use of over 50 native plants as sources of herbal medicine. The countryside abounds with cures which really work and cost a fraction of over-the-counter commercial brands. Have the satisfaction of picking and making your own simple herbal medicine, which has worked for centuries. The authors of Wayside Medicine remind us of a cornucopia of nature’s healing plants which have somehow been forgotten. Here are clear instructions from a renowned professional herbalist on how to make your own remedies: teas, oils, tinctures, poultices and creams. Stunning colour pictures accompany all the plants, as well as a comprehensive index matching health problems to the right herbal cure.


Bind: hardback


Pages: 224


Dimensions: 189 x 246 mm


Publication Date: 01-05-2017


$45.00
Place Names of Banks Peninsula and the Port Hills

ISBN: 9781927145937

Author: Gordon Ogilvie    Publisher: Canterbury University Press

Place names have great linguistic and cultural significance, vivifying the landscape and giving it deeper character and interest. Banks Peninsula, Lyttelton Har...


Place names have great linguistic and cultural significance, vivifying the landscape and giving it deeper character and interest. Banks Peninsula, Lyttelton Harbour and the Port Hills of Christchurch offer a wonderfully diverse and a kaleidoscopic array of names that speak of the areas's Maori and colonial history and the people who have lived and worked there. Back in 1927 prolific author Johannes Andersen published his classic and important "Place-Names of Banks Peninsula", but much has changed since then: names have dropped out of use or been superseded, spellings have altered, knowledge of origins has improved and large numbers of new names have been added. Award-winning historian Gordon Ogilvie, who has a deep knowledge of this part of New Zealand, has written a comprehensive, fascinating and much-needed successor to Andersen's book. The coverage of names extends to the Heathcote and Halswell rivers and includes suburbs like Halswell and Tai Tapu. Engagingly written, brimming with information and enriched with black and white photographs and stunning colour plates, this substantial volume is an important addition to Ogilvie's popular and acclaimed histories of Banks Peninsula and the Port Hills. The intriguing background he provides for the place names of this region will delight all those who live there, those who visit and anyone with an interest in New Zealand's past.


Bind: paperback


Pages: 320


Dimensions: 210 x 280 mm


Publication Date: 20-07-2017


$59.99
101 Essential Rock Records

ISBN: 9781584236405

Author: Jeff Gold    Publisher: Gingko Press

A passionate tribute to vinyl, spotlighting rock’s most influential records — from The Beatles’ 1963 debut Please Please Me, through the Sex Pistols’ Ne...


A passionate tribute to vinyl, spotlighting rock’s most influential records — from The Beatles’ 1963 debut Please Please Me, through the Sex Pistols’ Never Mind the Bollocks (1977) — 101 Essential Rock Records celebrates the “Golden Age.” A thoughtful essay on each album accompanies the original vinyl cover artwork, with rare variations from around the world. Also included are provocative interviews with musicians discussing the albums and artists who changed their lives. David Bowie speaks eloquently about the Velvet Underground’s influence, noting his band, Buzz, performed “I’m Waiting For The Man” at their last gig, and that “it was the first time a Velvet song had been covered by anyone, anywhere in the world. Lucky me.” Susanne Vega, Peter Buck (REM), Johnny Marr (The Smiths), Nels Cline (Wilco), Devendra Banhart, Robyn Hitchcock and more contribute original texts. Pictorial explorations of Jimi Hendrix’s personal record collection, and a survey of censored album covers from throughout the rock era are also featured. The sales of vinyl LPs have been growing rapidly while other physical mediums continue to wither, a trend driven in no small part by classic re-issues and the advent of record store day in 2008. 101 Essential is the perfect accompaniment and guide to digging in the bins for that quintessential vinyl experience.


Bind: paperback


Pages: 260


Dimensions: 250 x 300 x 30 mm


$69.99
The Little Book of Mathematical Principles, Theories, & Things

ISBN: 9781504800532

Author: Robert Solomon    Publisher: IMM Lifestyle

Making serious maths simple, it explains Fibonacci numbers, Euclid's Elements and Zeno's paradoxes, as well as other fundamental principles such as chaos theory...


Making serious maths simple, it explains Fibonacci numbers, Euclid's Elements and Zeno's paradoxes, as well as other fundamental principles such as chaos theory, game theory, and the game of life. This book simplifies the ancient discipline of mathematics and provides fascinating answers to intriguing questions, such as: 'What is The Greatest Pyramid?' and 'Is there a theory for stacking oranges'? Written by the author of CCEA GCSE Mathematics Higher 2 and Advanced Level Mathematics: Mechanics, The Little Book of Mathematical Principles is excellent either for dipping into or for reading from cover to cover for a more thorough and engaging understanding of mathematics.


Bind: paperback


Pages: 224


Dimensions: 140 x 170 mm


Publication Date: 01-09-2016


$22.99
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