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Billy and Old Smoko

by Jack Lasenby

Very funny, must-read-aloud yarn for junior readers about the fantastical adventures of a talking horse and a boy looking for his mother. Billy wakes one morning to find his mother gone and the house in control...


When Mum Went Funny

by Jack Lasenby

It's war-time and Dad's away, so Mum has to run the farm. Sometimes the stress of it all gives her funny ideas, in this hilarious tale by a much-loved, award-winning junior fiction author. ‘You wait till Constable...


Aunt Effie's Ark

by Jack Lasenby

The second book in the hilarious and outrageous 'Aunt Effie' series for junior readers.Aunt Effie, dressed in her green canvas invalid's pyjamas, hibernates all winter, leaving her 26 resourceful nieces and...


Senseless

by Andrea Jutson

A darkly gripping crime novel with an other-wordly twist.

A small park in a nice Auckland suburb is the least likely spot to stumble across a body. The discovery of a man recently bludgeoned to death shatters...


March to the Sound of the Guns

by Ray Grover

Acclaimed novel about New Zealand at the Western Front in World War One.During World War I New Zealand shipped one hundred thousand young men halfway round the world to fight at Gallipoli and the Western Front....


The Best of Shonagh Koea's Short Stories

by Shonagh Koea

Blackly humorous yet poignant and multi-levelled, finely crafted and thoroughly entertaining, this short-story collection is from a unique writer with a rare and distinctive talent.'Reading Shonagh Koea's stories...


On River Road

by Chris Else

A compassionate novel exploring our deep need for human comfort and reassurance, even in the midst of seeming plenty.In the trendy satellite town of Durry, four couples live in the support and trust of their...


Three Pretty Widows

by Barbara Else

A delicately layered, humorous novel, deliciously written, ranging over time and place.In the aftermath of Barnaby Rivers' death, complictions arise for three beautiful women: Bella, Ruth and wicked old Jocasta....


Sea of Mutiny

by Ken Catran

An exciting young adult historical novel based on the true story of Captain Bligh leading his sailors to safety after the mutiny on the Bounty.

Sixteen-year-old John Hallet was on board the ill-fated Bounty...


The Dare Club

by Vince Ford

A group of friends links forces to take on the town's bullies in this boisterous story for junior readers. ‘Die you scumbags!’ Adam cried, immediately swinging into action with the double-barrelled, pump action...


Lizzie, Love

by Brenda Delamain

A fascinating historical novel for young adults set in pioneer New Zealand.The year is 1833 and Lizzie Kemp's father, James, is a missionary to Maori at Kerikeri in the Bay of Islands. Lizzie is twelve years...


K Road

by Ted Dawe

Meet Jazz and Roxy and their mates, kids living on the edge, in a gritty YA novel by the author of the New Zealand Post Award-winning Thunder Road. In K Road we’re introduced to a scattering of marginalised,...


Seal Boy

by Ken Catran

A thrilling young adult historical adventure novel about a boy on a ship forced to survive the elements as well as the ruthless crew.

Set in the 1840s, Seal Boy tells the story of Emmet Tyler, a 14-year-old...


The Memory of Running

by Ron McLarty

Every decade seems to produce a novel that captures the public’s imagination with a story that sweeps readers up and takes them on a thrilling, unforgettable ride. Ron McLarty’s The Memory of Running is...


Monsters of Blood and Honour

by Ken Catran

A powerful YA fictional examination of war told through three interlocking stories.Monsters of Blood & Honour contains three stand-alone stories, each with a related theme. In each story a teenager of 17 or...


Letters from the Coffin-Trenches

by Ken Catran

Poignant YA historical romance between a teen who runs away to fight in World War One, and his sweetheart back at home.Harry Wainwright is 17, not quite 18, but he can't wait to enlist for the Great War - so...


Thunder Road

by Ted Dawe

Which street racer really controls the strip? An award-winning YA novel full of fast cars, burn-offs and an unwritten code of loyalty.'Thunder Road' . You find it in any city after the cops are in bed. It's...


Deep Fried: A Novel

by Bernard Beckett & Clare Knighton

Two teens dare to take on a multi-national corporation in this YA thriller novel by award-winning writer Bernard Beckett.Deep Fried is a fascinating mixture of intrigue, psychological thriller and rebel-of-the-moment...


Acid Song: A Novel

by Bernard Beckett

Forty-eight hours in the lives of characters headed for a showdown, grippingly told by an award-winning novelist.It’s election day in contemporary New Zealand. A young father confronts a teenage burglar. A...


River of Blood: Tales of the Waiatoto

by John Breen

Epic adventures, survival and tragedy in New Zealand's own 'Wild West' frontier, the Waiatoto Valley.Deep into the heart of the Waiatoto Valley on the savage West Coast is New Zealand's own Wild West: a place...