From the bestselling author of The Land Girls comes a beautifully realised novel that speaks to the true history and real experiences of post-war Australian women.
What's the biggest organ in the human body?
Does your hair continue to grow after you die?
What does a healthy poo look like?
Glimpse into the history of different castles around the world, the dramatic battles to conquer them, and the weapons that defended and defeated them.Travel through time and venture into the wonderful world of castles
A man hanging on by a thread. A city about to snap. From the acclaimed author of The North Water comes an epic story of revenge and obsession. Manchester, 1867 Two men, haunted by their pasts.
Translated by renowned Rumi expert Nader Khalili, over 120 poems on spirituality from the Persian mystic poet and Sufi master have been carefully collected and curated in this beautifully illustrated edition.
The students of Mount Mayhem School are fed up. Their uniform is hideous, the tuckshop is full of health food, while the sports cupboard is empty.
The world's greatest detective, Hercule Poirot-legendary star of Agatha Christie's Murder on the Orient Express and Death on the Nile-returns to solve a fiendish new mystery.
Suddenly, when the country caught fire, people realised what the government has not: that climate change is killing us.But climate deaths didn't start in 2019.
The second book in the Marshmallow Pie the Cat Superstar series by Clara Vulliamy, the author-illustrator of Dotty Detective. Perfect for fans of Toto the Ninja Cat or The Secret Life of Pets.
Retired publisher Susan Ryeland is running a small hotel on a Greek island with her long-term boyfriend.
New York Times bestselling author Lesley Blume reveals how a courageous reporter uncovered one of the greatest and deadliest cover-ups of the 20th century - the true effects of the atom bomb - potentially saving milli
‘Masterful, magnificent. A passionate story of survival. This story will stay with me for a long time.' Heather Morris, author of The Tattooist of AuschwitzThe war is over, but the past is never past …Paris, 1944.
A hilarious new series from Clara Vulliamy, the author-illustrator of Dotty Detective, about grumpy cat Marshmallow Pie and his reluctant pursuit of stardom.
Sophie Foster is back in the Lost Cities-but the Lost Cities have changed. The threat of war hangs heavy over her glittering world, and the Neverseen are wreaking havoc.
All murder mysteries follow a simple set of rules.
Did your dad used to be cool? Wondering what happened to his rock band playing, skateboarding days?
Explore Europe’s most thrilling cycling routes with the latest installment in the Epic series from Lonely Planet.
How much money is enough? How powerful do you want to be? And what price will it extract from you?
A tragic bush fire sparks a beautiful friendship between a young girl and a baby koala. Ruby is dreading changing schools as her autism makes it hard to befriend other kids.
Are you lonesome tonight... It's 1966. Hal and his little brother, newly arrived in Moorabool with their parents, are exploring the creek near their new home when they find the body of a dog.
What happens when the President of the United States engages in criminal activity? He runs for re-election. Donald Trump's campaign chairman went to jail. So did his personal lawyer.
The Nazis spared their lives because they were twins. In the summer of 1944, Eva Mozes Kor and her family arrived at Auschwitz. Within thirty minutes, they were separated.
For one woman in the aftermath of World War I, the City of Light harbors dark secrets and dangerous liaisons. Paris, 1919. Margot Rosenthal has arrived in France with her father, a German diplomat.
Rollicking and informative, Reprehensible: Polite Histories of Bad Behaviour is your guide through some of the most shameful behaviour indulged in by humanity's most celebrated figures, as told by Mikey Robins, one of
Age range 0-8 Winner of the Kestin Indigenous Illustrator Award This gentle story set in the rugged Australian bush is about a small calf who becomes separated from his family.
What if Elizabeth Macarthur-wife of the notorious John Macarthur, wool baron in the earliest days of Sydney-had written a shockingly frank secret memoir?
A warmly funny junior-fiction series about Kitty, a little girl who believes she can be anything she dreams - even a cat.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO MEEEEE! Not only is it PLANET DAY, its also Weir Dos BIRTHDAY! And his partys going to be so HUGE youll see it from space! It wont be easy... but it will be FUNNY!
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