Auckland University Press is New Zealand’s leading scholarly publisher.
From James Belich’s New Zealand Wars to Chris Bourke’s Blue Smoke, from Allen Curnow’s Early Days Yet to Selina Tusitala Marsh’s Fast Talking PI, from The Dictionary of New Zealand Biography to Ngā Mōteatea, Auckland University Press books have changed how New Zealanders see themselves and their world.
With traditional strengths in history and politics, art and architecture, literature and poetry, Māori, Pacific and Asian Studies, the Press is also developing lists in science, business and health. Auckland University Press books are widely recognised for excellence.
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Hema Maps has been preparing travellers for adventure since 1983, using their own love of taking the unknown path to guide other explorers.
By mapping roads and gathering information that explorers need, Hema Maps facilitates adventures with accurate and reliable mapping. Using a hands-on updating process in combination with years of experience making stylish and informative maps, every Hema map, atlas and guidebook is crafted to help explorers plan and navigate their adventures with confidence.
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Lonely Planet is the world’s leading travel publisher, supplying inspiring and trustworthy information for those planning a trip, on the road or browsing as an armchair traveller.
Lonely Planet’s authors are independent, dedicated travellers. They visit the places they write about, each and every edition, and never accept freebies so you can rely on us to tell it like it.
Since 1973 Lonely Planet has printed over 120 million books in nine languages, including destination guides, language guides and kids, gift and inspirational titles.
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