A cookbook for beginners, featuring a range of surprisingly simple, straight-forward but incredibly delicious dishes, just like a French mother would make!
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Based on the BBC television series, Civilisations, professor of classics at Cambridge University, Mary Beard, presents a look at art and history, and the intersection of art and faith, examining how we make sense of it all both in and out of its original historical context.
On St Valentine’s Day in 1900, three girls and a governess go missing during a school picnic at Hanging Rock. Yael Stone narrates an all-new audiobook of Australia’s classic novel which has worked its way into Australian folklore.
A spine-chilling mystery and contemporary love story played out in a unique and wild Australian setting, interweaving Indigenous history and Irish mythology.
Sample three recipes from Jennifer Joyce’s 11th book, being released this month. Try your hand at delicious Asian food that you can make at home with these recipes for laksa, dumplings, and a cake!
Australian financial whiz, Patrick Canion, provides a semi-autobiographical book, outlining his win/lose relationship with money through his life, from his childhood pocket money to being an award-winning financial advisor.
A study on how we perceive music, containing world-changing ideas that are essential reading for classical composers, music theorists, special needs teachers, neuroscientists, and evolutionary biologists.
Torchwood agent Toshiko Sato must stop a man with the ability to kill people with his thoughts. Trouble is, how to get to him and make him see reason without him silencing her…
Hanna is her father’s pride and joy who can do no wrong, and she wants to make sure that it stays that way. There is only one problem: Mummy stands in the way.
An exploration of our fascination with the macabre. Is morbid culture really an assault on decency? Can we blame an increase in gory movies and violent video games for a rise in depravity across the world?
Award-winning author, social commentator, and political activist, Barbara Ehrenreich, investigates how ‘wellness’ has replaced ‘health’ (ie not being sick), persuading us that we need to have regular check-ups and tests in spite of little or no scientific evidence to show there are any real benefits.
A novel of love, crime, magic, fate and coming of age, set in Brisbane’s violent working class suburban fringe, circa 1983, where 10-year-old Eli navigates through the chaos of his life.
A string of terrorist attacks against both the Federation and the Klingon Empire sees the crew of the USS Prometheus, led by Captain Richard Adams, dispatched to find the culprit.
An advanced cookbook featuring 120 marvellous recipes of Catalan cuisine, providing a fusion of flavours worthy of any special occasion.
An Australian couple in their early thirties purchase an old yellow house in the picturesque village of Cordes-sur-Ciel in South-West France and become friends with a couple of ex–pat Brits in this tale of sadness, secrets, hopes and Karma.
When young Julian sees three beautiful women with flowing hair, he imagines them to be mermaids and wants to be just like them. A picture book about imagination and identity for ages 4+.
A cast of characters caught up in the tide of history as Pakistan is formed, creating a tide of religious and social turmoil across India.
A look at 99 unusual career possibilities from being a taxidermist or airplane repossession agent through to a court sketch artist, greeting card writer, snake milker, truffle hunter and wig maker.
This follow-up to bestselling novel The Dark Lake is an urban police drama set in the grittiness of Melbourne’s inner city, where Detective Sergeant Gemma Woodstock has made some tough personal choices that see her story relocated from the rural setting of Smithson.
The compelling tale of small-town farmer, Tom Hope, and exotic bookshop owner, Hannah in post-World War II Australia who discover each other against a backdrop of their own personal tragedies.