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Tiny Pieces of Us, Nicky Pellegrino

From bestselling author Nicky Pellegrino comes a magnificent novel about the unexpected ways in which our lives weave and tangle, and the bravery we find in the most difficult circumstances.

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Kids' Activities

It's lockdown time, so we thought we'd share some activities to keep the kids entertained while we are all at home.

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Hachette NZ's favourite books

Now that New Zealand has been put in to lock down, you're probably looking for things to do while at home and you can't go past a good book! We've compiled a list of our favourite books below for inspiration- check them out and then try them for yourself.

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Chosen Ones by Veronica Roth


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Autumn Reads

Check out this collection of brilliant books to enjoy.

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Be in to WIN a trip to Harry Potter and the Cursed Child in Melbourne

Thank you for your interest in this competition. It has now closed, and the winner is Bess from Pukekohe. Congratulations Bess!

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Welcome to the World of Donovan Bixley

Have fun with these Donovan Bixley activity sheets!

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A Dream of Italy

Here is your chance to buy your own home in southern Italy for less than the price of a cup of coffee. The picturesque mountain town of Montenello is selling off some of its historic buildings for just ONE EURO each. To be considered as a future resident of Montenello contact the town's mayor, Salvio Valentini.

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Call Me Evie

Meet Evie, a young woman held captive by a man named Jim in the isolated New Zealand beach town of Maketu. Jim says he's hiding Evie to protect her, that she did something terrible back home in Melbourne.

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