MKR celebrity chef, Manu Feildel, and his partner Clarissa Weerasena present a cookbook of family favourite recipes from around the world.
Browsing: Books & Literature
A young Mexican guy decides to cross the border illegally into America to be with his girlfriend when all other attempts fail.
The second volume in this short story anthology horror series set in the fictional town of Refuge, so named because its a refuge for the unwanted and forgotten.
An amusing coffee table book that provides an overview of the personality traits of forty-four common breeds of dog and finishes with a comment on the cat.
Author Hannah Kent chats to Glam Adelaide about her new book, The Good People, and the extraordinary research she puts into her novels.
A delightful picture book for young children using African animals & rhyme to teach that smaller things are still important & shouldn’t be judged on their size.
Book Review: hiSTORY 1 – A Teaching Book: Teaching History with Narrative Fiction, by Stephen J Kimber
This ebook for years 7 & 8 contains fictional narratives from ancient to medieval times, teaching history through stories that promote discussion and research.
Bruce Springsteen’s autobiography is filled with heartfelt memories, contemplative reflection, ego and bravado, but is never insincere as he reveals his life.
A delusional alcoholic fantasises about a couple she sees through the train window every day until the woman goes missing and she becomes a potential witness.
Quentin Kenihan has one of the most unique, fascinating and utterly hilarious stories to share and finally, and he’s shared the story first hand.
Manu Feildel’s new cookbook, More Please!, will launch on Saturday 5 November at Deviation Road Winery with tickets now on sale for this food-lovers event.
The Cook family & their little Jack Russell Terrier, Kim, travel through India on the school holidays, finding wonder and adventure as they explore the country.
In the distant future, a member of The Committee enters the Torchwood Archive hidden on an asteroid with his own, deadly intentions in mind.
Three months after The Nine Sisters’ attack, CIA agent Tori Swyft is implicated in the actions of a Chinese extremist group who are assassinating world leaders.
In Australia’s Great Depression of the 1930s, a 12-year-old boy must become the man of the house when his Dad leaves to find work. A novel for 8-12 year olds.
The the far distant future, four argumentative hatchlings find themselves stuck back in 2043 and must learn to work together as a team to survive.
A collection of short stories (by multiple authors) for young readers, centering on the twelfth Doctor’s adventures through time in the USA.
An illustrated A to Z guide of the life of music icon David Bowie, from Aladdin Sane to Ziggy Stardust. Each letter focuses on an aspect of Bowie’s life.
In the small town of Brindle, community life revolves around the local public school where a set of interwoven stories come together.