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During the Ice Age, an eight-year-old walked along a narrow passage - alongside the child were a wolf's tracks.
The first book she published was Salman Rushdie's first novel Grimus, now Elisabeth Calder will be honoured for her work.
REVIEW: This isn't a tale for the littlies, but I recommend it for teens and anyone old enough to remember pick-a-path books.
REVIEW: WC Ryan's vivid and atmospheric narrative draws together its disparate elements and cast of characters.
James K Baxter saw himself as a world poet and now a much larger portion of the world can read the poet's words.
Cruel revelations emerge about Charles Dickens in a letter uncovered nearly 150 years after his death and his descendant Lucinda Hawksley is glad the truth is out.
REVIEW: This is a terrific historical thriller which demonstrates both highly competent writing and exceptionally thorough research.
"None of us can go on forever, but many artists or writers are at their very best in their old age."
REVIEW: This is an engrossing insight into upper-middle America, where education, careers and the trappings of wealth are paramount.
REVIEWS: Rajeev Balasubramanyam's Professor Chandra Follows His Bliss, plus A Season on Earth by Gerald Murnane.
Catholic priests in Poland draw criticism after they burned books that their owners said had evil forces.
The former US First Lady's memoir has already sold more than 10 million copies - and is tipped to break records.
Set in a boutique hotel on Wellington's waterfront, all the stories feature guests or the owners of the Hotel Oriental.
Opening the recent re-release of Edith Warton's 1922 novel, Glimpses of the Moon, is to disconcertingly enter a different world – at least for a moment.
OPINION: New research claims to have proof that gender differences are hard-wired. Not so, says this neuroscientist.