Wednesday December 13 2017
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CAN YOU BELIEVE IT
Only 12 days till Christmas NEW RELEASES The Peacock Room
INSTORE BOOk SIgNINg ThIS ThURSdAY AT 6pm
at Sammennnzo Castle by Merryn Corcoran Merryn invites you to celebrate the launch of her new novel… The Peacock Room at Sammezzano Castle. Please join her for a glass of bubbles at her instore book signing this Thursday at TakeNote Ferrymead at 6pm. This is a great Christmas pressie and she would love to see you.
The Tart Tin By Matt Cross
You know you’re onto something good when there’s consistently a queue for a particular Farmers Market stall. So it is for Matt Cross’s Tart Tin at the weekly Otago Farmers Market. Those in the know flock to Matt’s attractively styled retro caravan to get their fill of hand-made, delicious sweet treats. In this delightful cookbook, you will discover recipes from throughout Matt’s career as a professional chef and he will guide you through the creation of treats that he’s famed for selling at the Otago Farmers Market. For Matt, these recipes aren’t just a list of ingredients and measurements, they’re snapshots of his life, passed on from chefs and people who have influenced him through his journey. Matt’s approachable recipes and helpful hints allow even the novice baker to master the delights of the Tart Tin’s most delicious treats. In passing on these recipes, Matt hopes that everyone can enjoy a sweet moment once in a while.
Dogs with Jobs By Laura Greaves
The long and winding Aotearoa By George Lockyer
Driving a car (when are we there) you’re always on the way to somewhere. On a bike, you’re already there in the landscape, in the moment. And sometimes there’s literally nowhere else you’d rather be. In George Lockyer’s new book, The Long and Winding Aotearoa, we find him riding his Triumph Bonneville around the country, from Kaitaia to Invercargill, and seeing his often humorous take on life from under a crash helmet. On the way round our magnificent country he stops to interview some fascinating characters, all with a story to tell. We meet not just motorcyclists, but a wide variety of kiwis, from craftsmen, artists and firefighters, to rugby coaches, quakers and architects.
Discover the true stories of some of the world’s incredible working dogs, and the extraordinary jobs they undertake. Meet Molly, the diabetes alert dog whose round-the-clock job is to keep her two young owners healthy; Bailey, the Assistant Director of Seagulls whose job is to keep the pesky birds away from the heritage vessels at the Australian National Maritime Museum and Daisy, the Collie mix who is a full-time guide dog to another blind dog. From inspirational moments of bravery in service, to tales of dogs doing the jobs that no one else can, these are the life-affirming stories of the hardest-working dogs in the world.
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Bay Harbour News 13-12-17