An orphaned boy is taken in by a Lengger dance troupe where his starts to explore and understand his body through dance and the power of both masculine and feminine sensuality.
Author Rod Lewis
Sophie is determined to have her father walk her down the isle but there’s three men who could be her father. She invites all three to her wedding without her mother’s knowledge, setting in motion a feel-good, comedy-romance set to the music of ABBA!
Part cookbook, part travel guide, celebrate the diversity of New York city with something sweet, something savoury and something soothing from one of the many cultures that thrive in the city.
The fantastical world of Dr Seuss comes to life as the Cat in the Hat, Horton Hears a Who! and many other favourite stories and characters intertwine in a colourful musical for the whole family.
A fun and though-provoking collection of Arabic proverbs, primarily from Lebanon, with an English translation and explanation.
In the year 2028, Australia has gone to Hell in a handbasket as the Liberal party face their first real election challenge in a long, long time by a grassroots party where everyone is named Ned Ludd.
Fitness expert Mike Matthews provides a practical and motivational self-help book for radical transformation, inside and outside the gym, using personal stories, scientific research, and time-proven tactics.
When Claudia’s grandmother dies, she is convinced to put the body in her freezer to keep claiming the pension cheques, even as romance begins to blossom between her and a romantically hapless Tax Police officer.
A quirky, fictional biopic of controversial billionaire, media mogul and four-time Prime Minister of Italy, Silvio Berlusconi.
When the King and Queen grow tired of their spoiled daughter’s selfishness, they seek help from a local, good witch, who strips the Princess of her outer beauty until she can rediscover her inner beauty.
Across 300+ pages and 130 recipes, chef Yotam Ottolenghi attempts to cater to the different definitions of ‘simple cooking’ that people hold, from preparing the day before, to whipping up something quick after work.
A delightful picture book looking at all the wonderful things that a grandfather can do, from playing games to being patient and administering first aid to teddy bears.
When a teenage girl is caught kissing another girl at a high school dance, she is sent to gay conversion therapy but, while there, she starts to find a sense of belonging amongst others who struggling with their identity.
A very short collection of rhymes and stories for parents and guadians to read to toddlers and other young children.
A book for new novelists, breaking down how to prepare for and write the first draft, covering issues from point of view and characterisation to place setting, pace and grammar.
Over 85 recipes from various cultures, linked by the theme of food after dark that’s easy to prepare, tastes great, and can feed the masses. Whether religious or not, food is a shared celebration for all.
In the second instalment of the this ongoing story, the crew of the Federation ship, Prometheus, try to prevent a galactic war from breaking out when a mysterious radiation cloud starts causing races to turn against each other.
Forty short stories retelling the original Star Wars film from the view point of other characters, from Stormtroopers and Sandpeople, to Aunt Beru and Obi-Wan at the moment of their deaths. Released for the 40th anniversary of the film.
Founder of the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre reads his own autobiography which is a story about doing what’s right, protecting others, and finding hope and salvation through your own dark times.
A short recipe book focussing on Bengali Hindu cooking, making a distinction from the usual Indian fare found in other cookbooks and restaurants.