Paul Little Books is an independent publishing company based in Auckland, New Zealand.

Paul Little Books is run by New Zealand author, Paul Little.

Little has been a full-time writer since 1998, prior to which he worked as a editor on magazines such as Metro and the New Zealand Listener. For the past few years a lot of Little’s work has been about books. He’s written some – including Arrested Development: the Aaron Cohen Story and After Everest: Inside the Private world of Edmund Hillary – and ghost-written several, including Sir Ray Avery: Rebel with a Cause, Willia Apiata VC: Reluctant Hero and Paul Henry: What Was I Thinking. He has also worked with his wife, Wendyl Nissen,  to produce her last two books, which the two published together.  Little talks about books on National Radio and reviews New Zealand books every month in North and South magazine. One day he realised he had all the skills needed to publish books himself and do something different from other publishers.

Paul Little Books releases titles written by Little, as well as by others.

BOOK STORES and BULK ORDERS: If you are a book shop or individual wishing to make a bulk order, please contact me for wholesale rates, etc.

Pearler Productions Ltd trading as Paul Little Books

7/66 Larchwood Ave, Westmere, Auckland 1022

Return and Refund Policy: All books are sold with a money back guarantee and may be returned for a full refund.

Goods are normally dispatched within 24 hours of payment.