Book of the day: New Zealand's Watership Down, but with birds. Out of print. $15
Book of the day: Considering immigration as if more than the economy mattered. A new book co-authored by one of the proprietors. $15
Book of the day: One of the 100 best English language novels of the last 100 years says, TIME. Form your own view: $9
World War II London (and Malta). Sometimes you are just a leaf in a stream. $13
Book of the day: a literary thriller. involves flying on a Concorde, which i guess makes it nostalgic these days. $12
Who needs them?
Book of the day: Self-improvement for the long weekend. Hardback. $15
The collected writings of Ernest Hemingway on fishing. $10
Slightly fishy. From the author of The Narrow Road to the Deep North. (Don't worry, this is chirpier). $18
So tasty. So beautiful. $48. Part of our revamped cookbook collection.
The healing power of ducks. $13
Book of the day: The perils of dinner parties. A delightful classic. $12
In case you are looking for something to devote your life to for a while. $15
A hardback look at a famous literary marriage through the lens of his poems. $14
Forty six tales from New Zealand history. Auckland wanted to be a separate colony from the rest of New Zealand apparently. No word on whether the RONZ wanted that too. $16
James K Baxter's second book of poetry. Beautiful. $25
Shhh. Angling. $12
Noam Chomsky, variations on a theme. Yours for $12.
A biography of Hunter S Thompson. $16