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Presumed Guilty, Alexander, Miriyana
1 Alexander, Miriyana Presumed Guilty
New Zealand Howling at the Moon Pub 1998 0958371792 / 9780958371797 1st Edition Soft Cover Good 12mo 
176 pages including b/w illustrations. Five cops. But the hunters became the hunted. The Mongrel Mob hatched a plan to bring down one of NZ's top Criminal intelligence units. Accused by the Mob of bank robbery, drug dealing and extortion, these cops were arrested by their own. And now the Mongrel Mob is laughing all the way to the bank. Five cops, who overnight lost their careers,their reputations and watched; their families destroyed, because of a baseless witch hunt orchestrated by criminals - criminals now holding the New Zealand police to ransom. This book reveals how the Mongrel Mob have taken control of parts of New Zealand and are stashing firearms, but the police who try to tackle them lose their jobs. A top anti-crime unit has been disbanded, and the gangs are now ?exing their muscle. This is the incredible story of how it happened, written by the Sunday Star-Times investigative journalist who pursued the story. There are more and more cases emerging of innocent people wrongly accused. In a world of sinking police budgets and sloppy detective work, there is a growing risk that one day YOU could be jailed simply because somebody else had it in for you. lf the police can do this to five of their best officers on the word of criminals, what chance have you got? 
Price: 15.00 AUD
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Innocents in the Dry Valleys: An Account of the Victoria University of Wellington Antarctic Expedition, 1958-59, Bull, Colin
2 Bull, Colin Innocents in the Dry Valleys: An Account of the Victoria University of Wellington Antarctic Expedition, 1958-59
New Zealand Victoria University Press 2009 1602230714 / 9781602230712 1st Edition Pictorial Soft Cover Very Good 12mo 
267 indexed pages including b/w & colour illustrations. In the summer of 1958, physicist Colin Bull, along with a biologist and two undergraduate geology students from Victoria University of Wellington, launched an exploration of the Dry Valleys of Victoria Land, Antarctica the first of what has become an annual expedition spanning the past fifty years. With Innocents in Dry Valleys Bull recounts the story of that first, shoestring expedition, bringing a dry wit and a clear appreciation of youthful bravado to accounts of adverse conditions, recurrent dangers, funding snafus, and bureaucratic meddling. Innocents in Dry Valleys is a winning account of a landmark expedition, sure to interest scientists and armchair explorers alike. Full contents; An idea; Loife in Noo Zillun; Dear Sir, I write on behalf...; Go. No, stop! No, go! Scott Base; Landed gentry; An enigmatic lake and a remarkable saga; A trip to the seaside; And the walk back 'home' again; Alone for a short while, maybe; The end. Wait for the applause; Aftermath. 
Price: 15.00 AUD
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One Night Out Stealing, Duff, Alan
3 Duff, Alan One Night Out Stealing
Australia Univ of Queensland Pr 1992 0702224898 / 9780702224898 1st Edition Glossy Pictorial Soft Cover Good 12mo 
184 pages. Alan Duff creates a compelling of contemporary New Zeland. He offers a gripping portrait of the underside of his seemingly calm homeland. This is a world of tattooed criminals and pathetic dreamers who find false camaraderie in booze, bragging and sexual conquests. This book suggests that lost values are the product of class, not of ethnicity. Maori Sonny and pakeha (white) Jube have shared much-flats, crimes and a cell-but it is Sonny alone who makes the slow, sure pilgrimage toward conscience. In the course of the pair's trip from Auckland to Wellington, readers learn their histories and empathize with Sonny's anguish as he comes to recognize the ``social prison'' he was born into. From their burglars' booty, Sonny seizes on a video-of dancers from Soviet Georgia-that suggests a way for him to steal his life back. (New Zealand's poor may be less culturally estranged than their American counterparts.) Jube, however, sinks deeper into depravity, eventually forcing a fatal confrontation. 
Price: 10.00 AUD
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Potiki, Grace, Patricia
4 Grace, Patricia Potiki
New Zealand Penguin 1986 0140088032 / 9780140088038 Reprint Glossy Pictorial Soft Cover Very Good 12mo 
185 pages. In a small coastal community threatened by developers who would ravage their lands it is a time of fear and confusion - and growing anger. The prophet child Tokowaru-i-te-Marama shares his people's struggles against bulldozers and fast money talk. When dramatic events menace the marae, his grief and rage threaten to burst beyond the confines of his twisted body. His all-seeing eye looks forward to a strange and terrible new dawn. This loose narrative of developers trying to build a resort on Maori land revolves around the family of Roimata Kararaina and her husband, Hemi Tamihana. Although land development is the central theme, Grace, the New Zealand author of several novels and short-story collections, is at her best portraying the lives of her characters, from their daily tasks (eel-fishing and cooking) to the stories they tell‘both real hard-luck stories and ancestral myths. Patricia Grace is one of New Zealand's most celebrated writers. She has published six novels and seven short story collections, as well as a number of books for children and non-fiction. She won the New Zealand Fiction Award for Potiki in 1987, and was longlisted for the Booker Prize in 2001 with Dogside Story, which also won the Kiriyama Pacific Rim Fiction Prize. Her children's story The Kuia and the Spider won Children's Picture Book of the Year. Name in the first page. 
Price: 11.00 AUD
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The Secret of Kiribu Tapu Lagoon, Jackson, Tandi
5 Jackson, Tandi The Secret of Kiribu Tapu Lagoon
New Zealand Shortland Pub 2001 0790110040 / 9780790110042 Glossy Pictorial Soft Cover Good 12mo 
128 pages. From afar, Kiripu Tapu lagoon Flooks like paradise. But beneath its surface lies a dark secret that has kept the villagers away for hundreds of years. Lee, Sare, and Apu all know the stories of the lagoon’s hidden treasure and the strange forces that protect it. Nothing could make thern enter the lagoon. Nothing, that is, except for their discovery of a plot that could destroy the future of theiryillage... 
Price: 10.00 AUD
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A Sonnet for the City, Noonan, Diana
6 Noonan, Diana A Sonnet for the City
New Zealand McIndoe Pub 1992 0868681407 / 9780868681405 1st Edition Glossy Pictorial Soft Cover Very Good 12mo 
175 pages. It is an extraordinary first year at university for Penny Rider. The Government has made sweeping cuts to education, imposed a curfew and banned the university newspaper in order to silence students. Penny joins the protesters and is willing to fight for what she believes in. But student unrest is threatening to erupt into violence and Penny is torn between her new friends and the values of her high country home. Too late she discovers that she has been led into a network of extremists and is forced to take some direct action of her own. A challenging and timely novel. Diana Noonan lives in the Catlins was awarded the 1991 Children’s Writing Bursary and is author of the acclaimed novels The Silent People (shortlisted for the 1991 Esther Glen Award) and Leaving the Snow Country. She has published over 100 titles for children, from young adult novels to picture books for learner readers. 
Price: 24.00 AUD
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Keeping in touch: Teachers and parents in kindergartens (Studies in education series), Renwick, Margery
7 Renwick, Margery Keeping in touch: Teachers and parents in kindergartens (Studies in education series)
New Zealand New Zealand Council for Educational Research 1989 0908567804 / 9780908567805 1st Edition Glossy Pictorial Soft Cover Good 12mo 
139 pages. New Zealand Council for Educational Research studies in education. At this time of rapid educational change, relationships between parents and teachers in early childhood education are more important than ever before. Keeping in Touch focuses on kindergartens, but what it has to say is relevant to all forms of pre-school education. Margery Renwick discusses the various contacts between teachers and parents - through teacher visits to a child's home, introductory group pre-entry sessions at kindergartens, parents helping at kindergartens - and looks at the support parents receive from teachers, and how they feel (often expressed in their own words) about the teachers’ role in their own and their children's lives. This thoroughly researched, accessible and sympathetic study will increase our understanding of the vital relationship between parents and teachers in kindergartens. 
Price: 17.00 AUD
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