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The remarkable voyages and discoveries of Captain James Cook, from 1768-1780, pieced together from the photos & journals of the people who travelled with him.
The true story of an orphan French boy who turned up on Christmas Day 1918 in the mess of No.4 Squadron, Australian Flying Corp in Bickendorf, Germany.
A demanding paleo diet cookbook that encourages organic produce, grass fed meat, exotic Himalayan or Celtic sea salt plus home produced ingredients.
A loving look at the history, farming, health benefits and recipes of almonds, with a focus on South Australia’s Willunga almond growing region.
Deputy Captain Caselli is paired with a successful consultant who becomes certain that a case is tied to the man who kidnapped him when he was a child.
A bouncy, rhyming tale about a young rhinoceros who won’t listen to anyone, bosses other animals around, and is rude and obnoxious until he learns a lesson.
Based on HG Wells story published in 1901, a chance meeting between a scientist and businessman leads to the creation of ‘cavorite’ which can defy gravity.
A treasury of guided tours from great literary writers of their favourite museums all around the world, including Tim Winton, Margaret Drabble and Roddy Doyle.
A collection of biting, witty and other quotes and insults from across the centuries by both well known people and more obscure sources.
Detective Inspector Kim Stone is pitted against a sociopathic therapist who is manipulating her clients into acting out their vengeful fantasies.
Controversial historian Geoffrey Blainey continues his social history of Australia in this 2nd book, spanning from the discovery of gold in western NSW, onwards.
A book of microfictions (extremely short prose) providing glimpses into the everyday challenges of family life, relationships, ageing and loss.
When big-shot literary agent Peter Katz receives an unfinished manuscript entitled The Book of Mirrors, he is intrigued and sets out to solve the mystery within.
When the government’s black-ops ‘orphan’ program is closed, one of the operatives turns to helping others but is hunted down as a security threat.
An engaging, illustrated look at theories on gender, identity and sexuality & how normative differences tend to privilege one type of ‘being’ over its opposite.
HG Wells’ infamous tale of an invisible man who is driven to madness comes to life in a full cast production starring the late, great John Hurt.
Based on a true story, a 16yo Sudanese boy is forced to flee civil war, where he learns to put aside tribal conflicts to survive and eventually joins a revolutionary UN peace program in a Kenyan refugee camp.
The autobiography of Saroo Brierley, lost at age 5 in India and adopted by Australian parents. As a young adult, Saroo begins to piece together his fragmented memories to find his birth family.