Following on from the first book in the series, the two young knights settle back into their village only to return to the fray when two travellers are attacked by vicious, odious creatures called bilewolves.
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Naturopath and child nutrition expert Lucinda Miller offers a series of simple positive steps to help your child build a positive relationship with food that will banish fussy eating and have huge benefits for their long-term health and well-being.
This is the second novel for younger readers by Jaclyn Moriarty and, due to its…
This picture book tells the tale of a group of stranded polar bears who are befriended by Lily at the beach, with an underlying message of acceptance, generosity and the way our community is made up by different cultures.
The first in a new YA fiction book series set in a medieval-like fantasy world with young best friends Odo and Eleanor setting off on a series of adventures.
A philosophy and detailed program to change, one step at a time, to a plant-based (vegan) diet to improve your health and save the planet. OMD: One Meal a Day.
A potted history of The Guardian alongside Rusbridger’s own journalistic career, primarily looking at the massive disruption of traditional journalism by the digital revolution, particularly when he was editor there from 1995 to 2015.
A powerful and moving memoir about a white girl coming of age in the South in the 1960s and the black woman who inspired her to forge her own path.
A fascinating look at the vital inter-dependencies between we humans and all aspects of the natural world.
The fascinating story of steam transportation over ten vital decades of transformation in Australia’s history, featuring over 300 exciting images from the superb National Library John Buckland collection of photography, many never seen before.
A well-researched history of the downfall and persecution of the mysterious Knights Templar from 1305 to the burning at the stake of its leaders in 1314.
The re-release of a classic in children’s literature. Seven children discover a disused, derelict building and turn it into a theatre, writing and producing their own plays to raise money for their local church.
An Afghanistan War veteran finds himself and his team the target of South African game hunters, turning the problem of local poaching into a deadly game.
In a future where people age twice as fast due to the effects of climate change, wheelchair-bound Claudia escapes into the popular virtual reality world of Somnium but when someone hacks the system, it’s up to her to save it… and the world.
Book Review: Gutsy: The Food-Mood Method to Revitalize Your Health Beyond Conventional Medicine, by Nan Foster
A personal journey advocating for ‘real’ food, a plant-based diet, self-care and a positive mindset to complement conventional medicine to improve your health and lifestyle.
A reference book that explores onomatopoeia (words that sound like what they mean), exploring everything from Aargh and Eek, to Woops and Yikes and everything in between.
The autobiography of Roger Daltry, the lead singer of one of the most legendary bands of the last 50-plus years, The Who.
A stunning new cookbook by London-based chef and author Anissa Helou highlighting the food connections and contrasts across countries from Senegal to Indonesia to provide an essential introduction to Islamic cuisine.
A beautiful, heart-warming story for any age group, but recommended for children aged 10-14, about two very brave children who are navigating through their days of joys and sadness.
It is up to Nathan Spring and his team to not only stop Mother Earth, but to save their own reputation when it becomes clear that forces within the Mother Earth terrorist organisation want the Star Cops shut down for good.