Books

Shamubeel Eaqub | Selena Eaqub
$14.99
Increasing numbers of young New Zealanders rent, rather than own, their homes. In this BWB Text, Shamubeel and Selena Eaqub assess what this means for our country’s pervasive culture of home ownersh... [+]
Paula Morris
$14.99
Award-winning New Zealand writer Paula Morris talks about coming home and being home, of nostalgia and memory and belonging.... [+]
Andrew Dean
$14.99
Andrew Dean explores the lives of the generation of young people brought up in the shadow of the economic reforms of the 1980s and 1990s, those whom he calls ‘the children of the Mother of All Budge... [+]
Margaret Wilson
$14.99
New Zealand state institutions, asserts Margaret Wilson, are under attack and require support if we are to maintain control over our society.... [+]
Jonathan Boston | Simon Chapple
$14.99
Jonathan Boston and Simon Chapple’s succinct introduction to child poverty in New Zealand, drawn from their widely acclaimed full-length book and updated with new data, is essential reading. ... [+]
Jane Kelsey | John Pratt | Robert Wade | Tracey Barnett
$12.99
Dive into some of the big issues facing New Zealand with this set of hard-hitting BWB Texts by Tracey Barnett, Jane Kelsey, John Pratt and Robert Wade.... [+]
Caroline Saunders | Max Rashbrooke | Paul Dalziel | Shamubeel Eaqub
$12.99
Get up-to-speed with some of the biggest challenges facing New Zealand with this set of high-profile BWB Texts by Paul Dalziel & Caroline Saunders, Shamubeel Eaqub, Max Rashbrooke, and leading New... [+]
Kathleen Jones | Maurice Gee | Paul Callaghan | Rebecca Macfie
$12.99
A set of the first four BWB Texts by Paul Callaghan, Maurice Gee, Kathleen Jones and Rebecca Macfie.... [+]
Owen Marshall
$4.99
In this BWB Text Marshall reflects at length on his writing career, on the forces that have shaped him as a writer, on his intense admiration for Janet Frame and on his decision to concentrate on the ... [+]
$14.99
A diverse range of economists and commentators address the relevance of Thomas Piketty’s ‘Capital in the Twenty-First Century’ for New Zealand. ... [+]

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