We have stopped buying, we are accepting lots for exchange and credit.
Our Winter operating hours are
Monday to Thursday 9am - 6pm
Friday 9am -7pm
Saturday 10am - 7pm
Sunday 11am - 6pm
Arty Bees is now operating under Orange restrictions.
You can order via our website. All web orders are delivered via PBT Couriers or NZ Post.
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Afffecting, evocative memoir by one of New Zealand's finest Maori writers. ‘This is a book of memories. Some of them are my own. Some of them belong to others. They are as true and as fallible as any memories—distorted by time and distance and a writer’s choice of words...’ In the debut memoir that kickstarted a writing career that has spawned 17 books, including many award-winners, Ben Brown writes of a quintessentially New Zealand way of living that may not change the world or even ripple its waters, but is replete with meaning. Gathered from the tobacco-green valleys of the Motueka River where he grew up during the 1960s and 1970s, Brown’s memoir is rich with a sense of place, of family.