Category: Librarians Choice
Delve into our Collections and discover your next read with curated lists and suggestions from Hamilton City Libraries staff.
This beautifully rendered, oral history retelling, weaves together the history of New Zealand, as known in Maaori traditional narratives.
Detective Fin Macleod is sent from Edinburgh to investigate a murder on the Island of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides of northwest Scotland.
Untamed is mostly a memoir, partly an autobiography, and a little bit of a conversation between author and reader.
Organize Your Way examines different ways of organizing based on your personality type.
The editors of The Art of the Pulps: An Illustrated History have compiled an impressive and comprehensive collection of American pulp-magazine covers from the earliest examples of the 1890s to the late-1940s.
Convenience Store Woman, written by Sayaka Murata, is a humourous, quirky novel. It follows 36-year-old Japanese woman Keiko Furukura as she navigates her life and her feeling of never truly fitting in.
Tolkien’s well-known fiction story is often assumed to be metaphorical in many areas and aspects, however the fantasy tale of Hobbits, rings of power and quests determining the fate of Middle Earth leads the reader into one of the most fascinating adventures told in the last century.