Our New Zealand selection of books this month is worth a look. First is Toughen Up by Michael Hill. The author shares his thoughts about the current economic downturn and how it can make the success of your company. He also unveils his philosophy and how he conducts business with down-to-earth, commonsense principles. Leadership is a rare talent and Sir Peter Blake mastered it perfectly according to Mark Orams in Blake: Leader: Leadership lessons from a great New Zealander. A biography of Sir Keith Park, Air Chief Marshall during the Battle for Britain, poems by James K. Baxter and Before we say goodbye, a book dealing with the issue of euthanasia, are also available in our selection. And if you are interested by Gareth Morgan’s take on the recession and Immigration in New Zealand, check out this month’s New Zealand Recent Picks.