From four of your favourite chefs – Jamie Oliver, Yotam Ottolenghi, Jo Seagar and Amber Rose – come five beautiful and bountiful new cookbooks. Each would make a perfect gift to a loved one this festive season – or as a gift for yourself. And if you love their fresh new titles, we know you’ll love their previous books too!
If Jamie and the Nonnas on Channel 10 has you drooling, you need the Jamie Cooks Italy cookbook to recreate the mouth-watering recipes at home.
130 brilliantly simple, brand-new recipes from the bestselling author of Plenty, Plenty More, Jerusalem and Ottolenghi: The Cookbook.
Another great title from the inimitable Jo Seagar!
Irresistible dishes made with simple, natural ingredients.
Cook up an epic feast for friends and family with Jamie Oliver's new cookbook, featuring the best of the best food from the hit TV series Jamie & Jimmy's Friday Night Feast.
Delicious, effortless recipes along with wise advice on how to navigate any social occasion.
An original collection of over 110 recipes for sweets, bakes and desserts from the renowned food writer and chef, Yotam Ottolenghi.
Jamie's 5 Ingredients - Quick & Easy Food is the brand new cookbook from Jamie Oliver.
The hotly anticipated follow-up to 2010's bestselling, award-winning Plenty
Learn Te Reo Maori with help from the mischievous Hairy Maclary and his rollicking gang of friends!
Cosy up with these fantastic new books, available now from your local bookseller.
The New Zealand Book Awards for Children and Young Adults awards are a unique celebration of the contribution New Zealand’s children’s authors and illustrators make to building national identity and cultural heritage. Here are the Penguin titles that are shortlisted for the 2019 awards.
World Environment Day is the United Nations day for encouraging worldwide awareness and action to protect our environment, here are some books to inspire kids to look after our beautiful environment.
Pink Shirt Day is a day to celebrate our differences and stand up to bullying. Here are some books to encourage a little kindness, and maybe to help start a conversation about this serious issue which affects one in four children.