The Face of Nature
Paperback, Otago University Press
Incorporating maps, paintings and photographs, this lavishly illustrated and wonderfully readable environmental history of the Otago Peninsula explains our remarkable landscape.
Beneath Pale Water
Paperback, Cloud Ink Press
Set amidst the physical and psychological landscapes of Omarama’s hills and grasslands. An exciting new voice in New Zealand fiction.
Michelle Chalkin-Sinclair and Judith Cullen
Hot on the heels of last year’s remarkable (and surprising!) bestseller comes Volume 2 of fonebook fame. A wonderful gift for friends and family near or far.
The Tart Tin
Paperback, Potton & Burton
Matt Cross's Tart Tin at the weekly Otago Farmers Market is a sensation!
This stunning book will allow even the novice baker to master the delights of the Tart Tin's most delicious treats.
Undreamed of: 50 Years of the Frances Hodgkins Fellowship
Priscilla Pitts and Andrew Hotere
Hardback, Otago University Press
This sumptuous book brings together the art and the stories of half a century of Frances Hodgkins fellows. The result is a vibrant celebration of talent.
Maria Gill & Gavin Mouldey
Based on the true story of Toroa, the 500th albatross chick to hatch at the breeding colony on Taiaroa Head near Dunedin, this story follows his life as he grows from chick to adult and begins roving out across the vast Pacific Ocean. Best fit: 3+