Bluff-based Dunedin poet Cilla McQueen captivates with the first of her poetic memoirs.
Chris Cleave's work on wartime leaves you thinking.
Hamesh Wyatt reviews recent works of poetry.
This work brings together the thoughts of young,
progressive Kiwi thinkers, whose lived experience is the
wonderland of Rogernomics and Ruthenasia, reviewer Victor
This is a terrific non-fiction book for children, containing
information about New Zealand and Australian world war heroes
and presented in an attractive reader-friendly format.
July 1, 1916 was the most blood-soaked day in the long
blood-soaked history of Britain.
Some years ago Cantabrian author Jennifer Haworth published
an excellent history of our World War 2 artists.
A detail from the war
memorial window in St Andrew's Church, Cambridge (pictured),
is included in To the Memory: New Zealand's War
Memorials by historian Jock Phillips (Potton &
ODT books editor Helen Speirs reviews the latest
international picture books for the older child.
ODT books editor Helen Speirs reviews board books for
babies and toddlers.
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