A fully revised and updated edition of the New Zealand Calorie Counter, a handy weight-loss guide that compares the calorie and kilojoule values of thousands of New Zealand foods and drinks.
Give your baby head start with this soft, fabric version of the popular board book.
A bold, graphic black and white board book perfect for babies aged six months and under. Baby's World of Play is the fourth title in the in the popular Baby's World series.
This easy-to-use guide provides the sugar and carbohydrate content of thousands of everyday food items available all around New Zealand.
Poetry moves us when we read it but when we say or hear the words aloud it can be spellbinding. From Geoffrey Chaucer to Emily Dickinson, Emily Bronte to Benjamin Zephaniah, the poems included in this treasury have been chosen because they delight the ear as much as they do the mind.
A bestselling little cot book designed specially for bright-eyed babies!
A keepsake collection of irresistible baked treats from some of New Zealand's best-loved bakers and cooks
Exercises and reflections to create moments of mindfulness in every day that will lead you to a calmer, more positive way of living.
A tell-all book from award-winning, international best selling girl band, Little Mix
The ninth issue of The Happy Reader, the bookish bi-annual published by Penguin Classics in collaboration with Fantastic Man.
This second edition of The Penguin Guide to Literature in English: Britain and Ireland provides an illustrated introduction to the work of the most important writers and their historical background from the year 600 to the end of the twentieth century.
The Nation's Host charts the incredible inside story of Butlin's, from its origins in a British society still reeling from the economic downturn of the 1920s, to its heyday in the mid-twentieth century and the challenges posed by the arrival of overseas package holidays. Lavishly illustrated throughout with timeless images from the Butlin's archives, many of which have never been seen before, this is a unique insight into the history of a company long synonymous with the British seaside holiday.
What makes us happy? For over 800 years the Cynic philosophers of ancient Greece and Rome argued that the answer lay in a simple, self-sufficient life.
How do you create a community? How can we work together? How do we stay true to our ideals? For almost fifteen centuries this extraordinary book has provided guidance.
Stylish fin-de-siècle stories, poems and illustrations from the notorious magazine The Yellow Book, which scandalized the Victorians with its avant-garde decadence.