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Facebook is not Franz Kafka Tote Bag

ISBN: 4260416450172

Publisher: TeNeues

Carry your precious books with love and style in these high-quality tote bags. Holds up to 25kg. 100% cotton.


Carry your precious books with love and style in these high-quality tote bags. Holds up to 25kg. 100% cotton.


Bind: stationery


Dimensions: 38 x 42 x 10 mm


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Carry With Love Tote Bag

ISBN: 4260416450141

Publisher: TeNeues

Carry your precious books with love and style in these high-quality tote bags. Holds up to 25kg. 100% cotton.


Carry your precious books with love and style in these high-quality tote bags. Holds up to 25kg. 100% cotton.


Bind: stationery


Dimensions: 38 x 42 x 10 mm


Publication Date: 01-10-2015


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Star Mint Green Tote Bag

ISBN: 4260416450103

Publisher: TeNeues

Carry your precious books with love and style in these high-quality tote bags. Holds up to 25kg. 100% cotton.


Carry your precious books with love and style in these high-quality tote bags. Holds up to 25kg. 100% cotton.


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Dimensions: 38 x 42 x 10 mm


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Star Pink Tote Bag

ISBN: 4260416450110

Publisher: TeNeues

Carry your precious books with love and style in these high-quality tote bags. Holds up to 25kg. 100% cotton.


Carry your precious books with love and style in these high-quality tote bags. Holds up to 25kg. 100% cotton.


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Dimensions: 38 x 42 x 10 mm


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Diderot Tote Bag

ISBN: 4260416450189

Publisher: TeNeues

Carry your precious books with love and style in these high-quality tote bags. Holds up to 25kg. 100% cotton.


Carry your precious books with love and style in these high-quality tote bags. Holds up to 25kg. 100% cotton.


Bind: stationery


Dimensions: 38 x 42 x 10 mm


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Love Tote Bag

ISBN: 4260416450158

Publisher: TeNeues

Carry your precious books with love and style in these high-quality tote bags. Holds up to 25kg. 100% cotton.


Carry your precious books with love and style in these high-quality tote bags. Holds up to 25kg. 100% cotton.


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Dimensions: 38 x 42 x 10 mm


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Books Work Tote Bag

ISBN: 4260416450134

Publisher: TeNeues

Carry your precious books with love and style in these high-quality tote bags. Holds up to 25kg. 100% cotton.


Carry your precious books with love and style in these high-quality tote bags. Holds up to 25kg. 100% cotton.


Bind: stationery


Dimensions: 38 x 42 x 10 mm


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So Many Books So Little Time Tote Bag

ISBN: 4260416450165

Publisher: TeNeues

Carry your precious books with love and style in these high-quality tote bags. Holds up to 25kg. 100% cotton.


Carry your precious books with love and style in these high-quality tote bags. Holds up to 25kg. 100% cotton.


Bind: stationery


Dimensions: 38 x 42 x 10 mm


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The Sea and The Snow

ISBN: 9781907206375

Author: Philip Temple    Publisher: Lodestar Books

HEARD ISLAND, an improbably remote speck in the far Southern Ocean, lies four thousand kilometres to the south-west of Australia—with Antarctica its nearest ...


HEARD ISLAND, an improbably remote speck in the far Southern Ocean, lies four thousand kilometres to the south-west of Australia—with Antarctica its nearest continent. By 1964 it had been the object of a number of expeditions, but none reaching the summit of its 9000-foot volcanic peak ‘Big Ben’. In that year Warwick Deacock resolved to rectify this omission, and as-sembled a party of nine with impressive credentials embracing mountaineering, exploration, science and medicine, plus his own organisation and leadership skills as a former Major in the British Army. But first they had to get there. Heard had no airstrip and was on no steamer route; the only way was by sea in their own vessel. Approached from Australia, the island lay in the teeth of the prevailing westerlies of the ‘Roar-ing Forties’and ‘Furious Fifties’. One name, only, came to mind as the skipper to navigate them safely to their destination, and safely home—the veteran mountaineer turned high-latitude sailor H. W. ‘Bill’ Tilman, already renowned for his ‘sailing to climb’ expeditions to Patagonia, Greenland and Arctic Canada, and the sub-Antarctic archipelagos of Crozet and Kerguelen, to the north-west of Heard Island. He readily ‘signed on’ to Warwick Deacock’s team of proven individuals and their well-found sailing vessel Patanela. In this first-hand account, as fresh today as on its first publication fifty years ago, Philip Temple invites us all on this superbly conducted, happy and successful expedition, aided by many previously unpublished photographs by Warwick Deacock. ‘The Skipper’—a man not free with his praise—described the enterprise as ‘a complete thing’. PHILIP TEMPLE was born in Yorkshire in 1939, educated in London, and emigrated to New Zealand in 1957. Prior to this expedition he had climbed extensively in New Zealand and West New Guinea. Since 1972 he has followed a career as an author of both fiction and non-fiction, often writing books about mountains and exploration. He was made an Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit in 2005 for ‘services to literature’ and gained a LittD degree in 2007. He lives in Dunedin, New Zealand.


Bind: paperback


Pages: 232


Dimensions: 216 x 216 mm


Publication Date: 01-08-2016


$45.00 $19.99
Victoria Square : Cradle of Christchurch

ISBN: 9781927145586

Author: Geoffrey Rice    Publisher: Canterbury University Press

Now with new cover design jacket. Victoria Square, that green and peaceful oasis in the centre of Christchurch, has a special claim to fame: it is the only city...


Now with new cover design jacket. Victoria Square, that green and peaceful oasis in the centre of Christchurch, has a special claim to fame: it is the only city square in the world with a river running through it. And it has a rich and varied history, starting in 1850 when, as Christchurch's Market Place, it was the centre of commerce in the fledgling settlement. Before long it was home to little wooden shops, busy hotels and flourishing businesses, and to the city's law courts. Much later it was the site of the splendid town hall. There have been many changes over the years, by far the most drastic those that followed the major earthquakes of 2010 ad 2011. All the buildings on the square's eastern side, and most of those to the south, were demolished, along with the eye-catching tourist hotel that had occupied its north-west corner from 1988. Until the earthquakes Victoria Square was regarded as the most successful urban space in New Zealand, and even in Australasia, and that admired layout, dating from the 1980s, survives, though it may yet be modified as the city rebuilds. This lively and entertaining book, illustrated with 250 photographs, many never before published, is written by an author with a deep knowledge of and love for his city. It is a fascinating architectural survey of a unique civic space but, much more than that, it is the story of a place and its people, of protests and processions, of concerts and dances, of festivals and fights, of busy department stores, of hotels and tourists, of judges and courtrooms. Geoffrey Rice brings to life many of the stories and events connected with Victoria Square and the colourful personalities who have lived and worked there for over a century and a half.


Bind: hardback


Pages: 328


Dimensions: 210 x 260 mm


Publication Date: 20-11-2014


$59.99 $19.99
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