A collection of short stories (by multiple authors) for young readers, centering on the twelfth Doctor’s adventures through time in the USA.
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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.
After breaking an evil witch’s spell, a family is cursed for generations as she vindictively lets the family line continue but kills everyone else in it.
Jan begins a 450km hike through the Australian Outback to get over a difficult breakup. In finding himself, he also rediscovers love in its many forms.
A re-release of 11 Dr Who stories written for the 50th anniversary of the TV show, featuring stars from every era of the show up to the 11th Doctor.
A varied collection of short fiction stories by author by Jon Steiner, ranging in style from comedy to dark and disturbing.
This book encapsulates the working life of Sue Lloyd-Roberts, a video journalist for 30 years who often reported on human rights abuses around the world.
Two white witches are torn apart when one of them fall in love with a former Dark Knight and begins to be seduced by power and black magic.
A graphic novel combining six editions of Storm Surge, an original zombie horror story set in the world of Dean Koontz’ modern-day Frankenstein universe.
A fascinating and entertaining biography that describes the life of South Australian poet CJ Dennis who was born in 1876 and lived on both sides of the track.
When a bus full of British students is bombed, disgraced Chief Inspector Bish Ortley is put on the case because of his connection with the suspected terrorist.
After a life with the partying “in” crowd of Sydney, Dizzy Roundabout breaks free and spends the next decade travelling across Australia with his guitar and band.
When superhero The Shadow begins to lose his sense compassion, he’s thrust into The Twilight Zone where he has to face himself and rediscover who he is.
Detective Harriet Blue is sent to Western Australia to investigate a miner’s disappearance but gets caught in a cat & mouse game with a killer stalking the outback.
An eclectic collection of 12 Australian crime stories that are unpredictable and diverse; a collage of disturbing mental and physical criminal images.
The Wakefield Press Spring Book Sale is on next weekend, 15-16 October 2016, from 10am to 4pm, with a sausage sizzle, colouring competition and bargains galore!
This informative book has been released to coincide with the current SA Maritime Museum exhibition of over 350 works from Nicolas Baudin’s exploration of the largely uncharted southern continent we now know as Australia.
Country singer/songwriter Cassar-Daley has embarked on a new tour to promote two things close to him – his autobiography and a new album, both titled “Things I Carry Around”.