There is a wide variety of New Zealand books to check out at Wellington City Libraries. This month, Bulgaria is shown with all its contradictions under the pen of Kapka Kassabova in Street without a name . Mates and lovers : a history of gay New Zealand tells the evolving story of New Zealand gay men through the lives of men of all classes whose lives were vibrant, complex and often surprising. The Bolger years : 1990-1997 gathers accounts that portray the man who led the government that succeeded Lange’s Labour government. Moonlight : New Zealand poems on death and dying is a collection that illustrates the powerful way New Zealand poets address the subject of death, dying and grief. Family trusts : a New Zealand guide brings together all the information you need to know about how family trusts work, their benefits and disadvantages. The University of Auckland : the first 125 years highlights the history of the institution and reflects the growth and development of tertiary education in New Zealand itself. And Baby names for New Zealanders is the comprehensive 21st Century guide to choosing a name for your baby. You can learn more about these items in this month’s New Zealand/ Aotearoa Recent Picks here.
(Book descriptions from Amazon)