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Stuart Kells

The Library: A Catalogue of Wonders is a love letter to libraries not just as mere collections of

Eva Dillon

In the summer of 1975, seventeen-year-old Eva Dillon was living in New Delhi when her father was

A. C. Grayling

Prompted by events in recent years in the UK and the USA, in Latin America, Russia and the Middle

Paul Strangio, Paul 't Hart & James Walter

The prime ministership remains the main prize in Australian politics, but it is a precarious one.

Daniel Tammet

A mind-expanding, deeply humane tour of language(s) - and those who speak, study, and invent them

Benjamin Law

Are Australian schools safe?

Maggie O'Farrell

An extraordinarily intimate memoir of the the brushes with death that have made Maggie O'Farrell

A N Wilson

A radical reappraisal of Charles Darwin from the bestselling author of VICTORIA: A LIFE.

Georgia Blain

In late 2015, Georgia Blain was diagnosed with a tumour sitting right in the language centre of h

Jeff Apter

High Voltage is the first biography to focus exclusively on Angus.

Amba Brown

The perfect gift for any school leaver!

Sarah Hunstead

Based on the enormously popular CPR Kids First Aid program, which has empowered thousands of fami

Michael Carr-Gregg, Elly Robinson

By the author of the phenomenally successful The Princess Bitchface Syndrome comes the highly ant

Chris Turney

When Australian-based scientist Chris Turney’s expedition got stuck in the Antarctic ice in 2013,

Dick Strawbridge

The most up to date and comprehensive information on sustainable living.

Mark Raphael Baker

From the author of The Fiftieth Gate, Mark Raphael Baker's new book Thirty Days is a meditation o

Sonya Karras, , Sacha Kaluri

Over the past 17 years Sonya Karras and Sacha Kaluri have been working with teenagers on a daily

Ellie Bullen

Ellie Bullen's hugely popular blog Elsa's Wholesome Life is a veritable explosion of colour, suns

David Gillespie

"I didn't know how to deal with the poisonous and toxic people in my life or why they behaved the

Black Inc.

‘Always be a little kinder than is necessary.’

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