Throughout the month of July, Raising Literacy Australia is hosting The Little Big Book Swap fundraising event across South Australia to encourage families to share books together and sponsor libraries.
Browsing: Books & Literature
From August 1st, Snugglepot and Cuddlepie will sit amongst their iconic bush imagery at Carrick Hill’s Close To Nature: May Gibbs and Australian Botanical Art, an exhibition of original and rarely viewed artworks by iconic Australian author and illustrator, May Gibbs.
70 recipes using cauliflower as one of the primary ingredients, from a beef tagine and curry through to biryani, pastas and even cheesecakes and muffins.
The Nordic Theory of Everything focuses on four key relationships, concluding that the Nordic approach to life allows citizens greater freedom, independence, happiness and success.
A pregnant Estella leaves her unfaithful, bankrupt husband in 1950s London to take a job as a vet in the remote and quirky South Australian outpost of Kangaroo Crossing.
Four new Doctor Who adventures set around the Second Doctor era and told from the companion’s viewpoint, featuring several of the original TV actors reprising their roles including those of Jamie, Polly and Zoe.
Walker Books Australia has announced a ground-breaking collection of Young Adult (YA) short stories by LGBTQIA+ Australian authors.
A parody of the highest order when the adult members of the former Blyton Summer Detective Club reband after 13 years and learn that their last case didn’t end very well. Perhaps more truthfully, it didn’t end at all.
Author Isabel Sánchez Vegara continues her series of illustrated children’s books that focus on women…
Four original, stand-alone audio adventures about the Tenth Doctor and his companions, with each story covering a different part of the Tenth Doctor’s timeline from his earliest adventures with Rose Tyler, through to companions Martha Jones and Donna Noble.
The Longevity Diet is a distillation of Professor Valter Longo’s life’s work, resolving what he believes to have caused the gap in life expectancy and levels of chronic illness rates between Italy and his adopted homeland, America.
The fifth and final novel in the infamous Trainspotting series, picking up where “The Blade Artist” left us hanging, literally, in mid-air.
The original 1980s TV cast return for a new,full-cast revival of this futuristic space cop adventure series, featuring four original audio stories.
The third encyclopedia in Steve Wide’s A to Z series of celebrity biographies focuses on iconic pop artist Andy Warhol, featuring the locations, images and people of his life.
An isolated honey farm is offer as an artists’ colony with free board and ‘life experience’ in exchange for a summer of hard labour but the idyllic summer is soon plagued by ominous events.
An investigative reporter creates a ‘live’ documentary, revealing what she finds as she finds it when she attempts to uncover the truth of a 10-year old murder.
PC Andy Davidson has woken up in 1950s Soho. He is naked, chained to bed and chained to Norton Foldgate who needs his help in proving that he is not a double agent. He also needs to get rid of an alien artefact before it falls into the wrong hands.
Debate over correct pronunciation has existed for centuries but, as English becomes more and more of a global language of communication, the need to be intelligible to others is ever-more important.
The tale of two different families from two different generations, demonstrating the intricacies and delicate moments which make a life. Sometimes the only company we may need, even for a short while, is the solitude of our homes.