Whether they played to a few hundred in a back bar or to 80,000 fans in a stadium, many of the world’s biggest music stars have performed in New Zealand. LIVE: Gigs that Rocked New Zealand is a beautiful coffee table book that celebrates 50 years of tours, concerts and one-off shows performed in New Zealand by our favourite acts.
The Sheep Whisperer – with illustrations that will put a smile on your face – is billed as ‘a New Zealand fairy tale for grown ups.’ It’s the gift that’s just as suitable for the politically aware as it is for those who are sick of national politics.”
The modern farmer faces a constant battle for survival. Not only do farmers and their families cope with everything nature throws at them, they have to meet the challenges presented by technology, the environment and the way society raises the bar on farming methods.
You’re a rugby fan when . . . you want to cheer yourself up when the results aren’t going your way! This neatly–packaged hardback finds more than 100 ways to remind you what’s great about being a rugby fan in a way that makes you smile.
The smell of charcoal from the barbie almost rises from the page in this hilarious collection of insights into what makes a Kiwi summer – complete with backyard cricket and sand that always sneaks into baby’s nappies. It’s a Real Kiwi Summer When … will raise plenty of smiles.
Unashamedly the most biased sports book ever published in New Zealand! Jack Sharp reminds us of the fifty biggest shellackings ever served to Australia by New Zealand’s greatest sports teams. Sports include rugby, league, football, netball, cricket, basketball, yachting, horse racing,hockey and a few surprises.
This is perfect for those who want history in a hurry — this neatly–packaged hardback provides a readable and simple summary of New Zealand’s history in only 112 pages. At the average reading speed of 120 words per minute, we reckon you’ll have a decent grasp of our nation’s history in less than a couple of hours.
Whether you want to make a living from music or play for fun, this is the essential guide to the New Zealand music industry. I’m With The Band explains everything you need to know from recording demos to signing contracts, from hiring a manager to protecting your music.