HAWKES BAY REFERENCE
MIMS New Ethicals. No. 21 (May 2014).
Auckland : MediMedia (NZ) Ltd, 2012 -
MAORI JUNIOR FICTION
Taratoa and the code of conduct : a story from the Battle of Gate Pa.
Tauranga, New Zealand : Maua¯o Publishing, 2014.
The value of the Ma¯ori language = Te hua o te reo Ma¯ori.
Higgins, Rawinia and Rewi, Poia and Olsen-Reeder, Vincent.
Wellington : Huia Publishers, 2014.
Te Wahapu : launch yourself into Te Reo Maori.
South Melbourne, Victoria : Cengage Learning, 2011.
Ora nui : special edition : a collection of Maori and Aboriginal literature.
Blank, Anton and Reed-Gilbert, Kerry.
Auckland, N.Z. Anton Blank [2013?]
Excel 2010 bible.
Indianapolis, IN : Wiley Publishing, 2010.
Walking in people's worlds : a practical and philosophical guide to social work.
Auckland, New Zealand : Dunmore Publishing, .
Working with aggression and resistance in social work.
Taylor, Brian J.
Exeter : Learning Matters, 2011.
Foundations of early childhood education : teaching children in a diverse society.
New York, NY : McGraw-Hill, 2014.
Understanding research for nursing students.
Los Angeles, Calif. : SAGE/Learning Matters, 2013.
Mental health : a person-centred approach.
Procter, Nicholas and Hamer, Helen and McGarry, Denise.
Port Melbourne, Victoria : Cambridge University Press, 2014.
A biodynamic manual : practical instructions for farmers and gardeners.
Edinburgh : Floris, 2014.
The BBQ book.
Dj bbq and Stevenson, Christian.
London : Michael Joseph, 2014.
Flavours of the Middle East : spiced and aromatic feasts from the ancient lands.
Bas¸an, Ghillie and Painter, Steve.
London Ryland Peters & Small, 2014.
Me'a kai : the food and flavours of the South Pacific.
Oliver, Robert and Berno, Tracy and Ram, Shiri.
Auckland, N.Z. : Random House NZ, 2010.
Managing human resources.
Stone, Raymond J.
Milton, Qld. : John Wiley and Sons, 2013.
The case for B2B branding : pulling away from the business to business pack.
Mason, Ohio : Thomson/South-Western, 2005.
The art book.
London : Phaidon, 2012.
Twist Library Quote of the Day:
“Yesterday I was clever, so I wanted to change the world. Today I am wise, so I am changing myself.”