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Handbook to the Arthur's Pass National Park
1 Handbook to the Arthur's Pass National Park
New Zealand Arthur's Pass National Park Board 1966 3rd Edition Soft Cover Good 12mo 
78 pages including a folding map in colour, b/w illustrations and description of plants and animal life identified within Arthur's Pass National Park boundaries of Alpine area in South Island of New Zealnad. The Park was established in 1929, becoming the first national park in the South Island and the third in New Zealand. 
Price: 10.00 AUD
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Messenger of the Heart: The Book of Angelus Silesius, with observations by the ancient Zen masters (Spiritual Masters), Angelus Silesius
2 Angelus Silesius Messenger of the Heart: The Book of Angelus Silesius, with observations by the ancient Zen masters (Spiritual Masters)
U.S.A. World Wisdom 2005 0941532704 / 9780941532709 1st Edition Soft Cover Good 12mo 
143 pages including drawings and glossary. Johannes Scheffler assumed the name Angelus Silesius on his leaving the Lutheran church to become a Catholic. He became enmeshed in the bitter controversies of post-Reformation Europe. Soon after his death, however, his masterpiece was claimed by Protestants and Catholics alike as their mystical classic. Frederick Franck shows the poets macro-ecumenical significance in the essay that introduces his translation of these verses, and by adding a "running commentary" of sayings by the ancient Japanese and Chinese masters, with whom this Christian mystic shows a remarkable affinity. 
Price: 16.00 AUD
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Out of the mist and steam: A memoir, Duff, Alan
3 Duff, Alan Out of the mist and steam: A memoir
New Zealand Tandem Press 1999 1877178586 / 9781877178580 1st Edition Soft Cover Very Good 12mo 
216 pages including b/w illustrations. Here for the first time is this controversial writer's real childhood and early adulthood. The mixed feelings of an intelligent, sensitive child - talented but tormented; the eventual separation from his family; violence, crime, borstal and finally prison in England. How he turned his life around to become, not only New Zealandís best selling novelist, but also a spokesperson for a large number of underprivileged New Zealanders, a controversial columnist and the initiator of the brilliantly successful Books in Homes schemes is both moving and compelling reading. About the Author Alan Duff, one of New Zealand's best known writers, is the author of four novels, a non-fiction work, a novella and two children's books. Alan Duff was born in Rotorua in 1950. He has published six previous novels (Once Were Warriors, One Night out Stealing, What Becomes of the Broken Hearted?, Both Sides of the Moon, Szabad and Jake's Long Shadow), a novella (State Ward), several children's books and three non-fiction works. Once Were Warriors won the Pen Best First Book for Fiction Award and along with What Becomes of the Broken Hearted? was made into an internationally acclaimed film for which he wrote the original screenplay. There is a name in page 3. 
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The Original Australian & New Zealand Fish Cookbook (Penguin Handbooks), Goode, John; Willson, Carol
4 Goode, John; Willson, Carol The Original Australian & New Zealand Fish Cookbook (Penguin Handbooks)
Australia Penguin Books 1981 0140465197 / 9780140465198 1st Edition Soft Cover Good 12mo 
160 pages including drawings. All the information you need about eighty types of fish commonly caught in Australian and New Zealand waters and 280 recipes. 
Price: 16.00 AUD
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Dream Fish Floating, Mila, Karlo
5 Mila, Karlo Dream Fish Floating
New Zealand Huia 2006 1869691288 / 9781869691288 1st Edition Soft Cover Good 12mo 
153 pages. "Where the free market meets the fleamarket it's all keynesian mystical." Karlo Mila's voice tavels from urban Aotearoa to Tonga and Samoa via friendships and family relationships. In this first collection of poetry she explores the intergenerational tensions between migration and returning, the new and the traditional, the emergent professional classes and their working-class migrant communities of origin. The poems take delight in language itself and the possibilities afforded by a Tongan-Samoan-Maori-Palangi fusion. Dream Fish Floating is a polyglot chanting back to genealogical and literary bones. It is also a meditation of friendship, family and love. 
Price: 12.00 AUD
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