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This book of maps is a visual feast for readers of all ages, with lavishly drawn illustrations from the incomparable Mizielinskis. It features not only borders, cities, rivers, and peaks, but also places of historical and cultural intere... read more
Do you speak Nu Zillund? In Kiwi Speak, bestselling author Justin Brown eavesdrops at the dinner table, the schoolyard, the farm and the sports club to bring us an entertaining dictionary of phrases and expressions - the often hilarious, sometimes baffling New Zealandisms we use in everyday life.
Another 125 Code-Cracker puzzles in the seventh volume of the puzzle series that is enjoyed daily in newspapers from Whangarei to Invercargill, including the Otago Daily Times, Dominion Post and New Zealand Herald.
Following the success of the first Code-Cracker book (it was so popular it reached the national Top Ten bestseller lists in 2004), I've had many requests for another volume - so here it is: Code-Cracker Volume Two with another 125 puzzles to keep you entertained o... read more
Coder-Cracker is looked forward to every day by it's legions of fans throughout New Zealand who enjoy this challenging but satisfying word puzzle.
Volume Eight of New Zealand's most popular word puzzle returns with another 125 Code-Cracker puzzles to solve. Enjoyed daily in newspapers from Whangarei to Invercargill, including the Otago Daily Times, Dominion Post and New Zealand Herald, Simon Shuker's Code-Cracker has a legion of devoted fans.
Another 125 Code-Cracker puzzles in the thirteenth volume of the popular puzzle series that is enjoyed daily in newspapers throughout New Zealand.
Acclaimed Japanese mathematics instructor Tetsuya Miyamoto developed KenKen in 2004 and it has since taken over the puzzling world. It takes a page from karate - another Japanese art - each title is graded by colour: White for easy, Green for medium, Brown for hard & Black Belt,... read more
Contains 125 puzzles. Code-Cracker is compiled by Simon Shuker, a Wellington, New Zealand resident, and is a hugely popular addictive puzzle enjoyed in many daily newspapers throughout New Zealand. The puzzles provide a sometimes tough but enjoyable challenge with... read more
Contains carefully selected tests and exercises designed to identify and familiarise you with the skills and aptitudes used by employers to recruit jobs, especially those in the Police Force, Australian Defense Force, and the Public Services. First published 1986 as Basic Skills for Careers Book 2; this 3rd edition 2005.