Published by Harlequin
In this tell-all book, discover how the justice system works and why, at times, the innocent are convicted and the guilty set free.
Bill Hosking looks back at his career as a criminal barrister in a candid account of his …Read More »
Published by Pan Macmillan Australia
You though your love life was complicated? Be thankful you’re not a fish…
Imagine having to wait three days for your lover to get undressed, being devoured in the throes of ecstasy, or chased across the vast ocean by a …Read More »
Published by HarperCollins
Anna Riordan, a very successful businesswoman who also dabbles in politics, is at a crossroads in her life. Her husband has just walked out on her, she is trying to decide whether to seriously pursue a political career, and then …Read More »
Published by Simon & Schuster
This powerful, unforgettable and uplifting story is one part wrenching family memoir, and one part inspirational journey towards healing and forgiveness – but most of all, it’s an unputdownable journey through one family’s tragedy and how they refused to let …Read More »
Published by HarperCollins
A compelling family saga that sweeps from India and southern Africa to the cane fields of north Queensland. After her mother’s death, Rani Ashiramsi must leave her home in Bombay to join her father in the African sugar cane village …Read More »
Published by Allen and Unwin
At the request of his sons, Kumar Pereira created beautifully handwritten and illustrated recipes for them to cook from while he and his wife were away from home. Kumar’s Family Cookbook collects these recipes for family meals, together with their …Read More »
Published by Lansdown
This is the first authentic and comprehensive book of Lebanese cookery ever published outside of Lebanon. The cookbook consists of 150 recipes handed down from mother to daughter for many generation. But Lebanese Cooking is more than just a cookbook. …Read More »
Published by Penguin
Samantha Barlow’s life changed the day she was brutally attacked on the way to work in Sydney’s notorious Kings Cross.
The popular confident young woman was left for dead, dragging herself to a lonely bus stop, desperate to stay alive …Read More »
Illustrated by Isobel Knowles & Benjamin Portas
Published by ABC Books
My granddad says there are two types of days: those you want to remember and those you want to forget …
A young boy visits his granddad and thinks about the important days in his life: his first day of …Read More »
Published by Allen & Unwin
A Globite suitcase, a diary, and a bundled pile of postcards letters left abandoned in a barn. Sapper Hubert Anthony was seventeen when he enlisted in the Australian Imperial Force in October 1914. He wrote deeply affectionate letters home to …Read More »
Illustrated by Michelle Pike
Published by Scholastic
Time is running out! Santa is getting ready for his big trip, and animals from all over the world are writing to let him know what they hope to receive. It’s your job to open the envelopes and pull out …Read More »
A tummy-rumbling look at what’s on nature’s menu. Learn all about the wacky things some animals eat and the extraordinary ways they find food to fill their bellies.
Did you know… Baby blue whales drink around 200 litres of milk …Read More »
If you think the Olympics are fantastic, just wait till you read about the incredible achievements of the animal kingdom. In this world there are even prizes for coming dead last!
Did you know… Cheetahs can reach speeds of 100km/hr …Read More »
In the animal kingdom, it’s what’s on the outside that counts! Discover everything there is to know about animals and their skin – how they use it to attract or repel, hide or stand out, and stay cool or warm.…Read More »