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Edwards looks at the ways in which a female would have tried to thrive in this kind of environment. She also links it to trends of women taking over men's jobs in the war years.
In a New Zealand first, Tauranga author, Lee Murray, won two prestigious Bram Stoker Awards® at an awards event hosted by the Horror Writers Association over the weekend.
Teenagers are all too familiar with being strangers in their own bodies; change is never easy. It is even harder to cope when you feel alone and unwanted. The apt title — Dispossessed — plays on losing who you thought you were in a world you thought you knew...
Vivien Edwards pays tribute to English-born Mary Sutherland (1893-1955), the first female forestry graduate in the world. She frames the personal story in the context of the forestry situation in both New Zealand and Britain at the time.
CONTACT DETAILS TO ORDER AT BOTTOM OF PAGE Medar – Realm Trilogy (book one) by SR Manssen (Tom Fitzgibbon Award finalist for Best Youth Novel) A mysterious tablet. An ancient prophecy. A quest to find Tyrelia. Freya is half blind, poor, and lives in [...]
The alliteration and descriptive language that Rachel Weston plays with - “teetered... tottered... greedily guzzled” - made Boo Goes Tutti Frutti such a fun read, and excellent for tamariki who are learning language and eager to add to their vocabulary.