AUTOBIOGRAPHY: From the happiness and freedom of her bush childhood, Tanya Heaslip is sent to a boarding school sixteen hundred kilometres away. As these years pass surrounded by the friends she makes, Tanya's memoir is a humorous and inspiring story of strength, resilience and the realities of Australian outback life.
MIDDLE GRADE: In a strange mansion miles from anywhere, an orphan named Almanac and a twelfth daughter named Etta soon realise that the house and its inhabitants are not quite what they seem.
The much-loved audiobook service has finally landed on Aussie shores.
NON-FICTION: The incredible true story of a family of spies in the suburbs of 1950s Brisbane.
An analysis of the relationship between black and white Australia and why whites can’t solve black problems.
An atmospheric and lyrical story about the moon landing from a uniquely Australian perspective to mark the 50-year anniversary of the moon walk.
Four Queens. A divided nation. A ruthless pickpocket. A noble messenger. And the murders that unite them all.
Women's voices are being heard like never before and the women in comedy are claiming their space, finding their voices and telling their stories...
A comprehensive and direct examination of becoming a man, being a man, and learning to be a better man.
17 year old Fleetwood Shuttleworth must risk everything to help a midwife drawn into accusations of witchcraft in the 17th Century.
The second novel in the The Folk of the Air young adult fantasy trilogy sees the cruel prince now become a wicked king.
Fun designs, template and instructions on how to immortalise your dog!
The rise from slave girl to empress of Roxelana, wife of Suleyman the Magnificent in the Ottoman Empire.
In this continuation of "The Last Hours", Lady Anne has done her utmost to protect her community but food is running low and the Black Death continues to spread.
Two children picture themselves exploring the natural environment far beyond their everyday life in the re-release of this picture book for young readers with a 150-piece puzzle set.
Four classic fairytales cleverly rewritten and matched with stunning illustrations from Australia’s best illustrators to complete a wonderful book for children aged 6-9 years old.
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.
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.
The autobiography of Roger Daltry, the lead singer of one of the most legendary bands of the last 50-plus years, The Who.
When Geordie, a trained sniffer dog and an Afghanistan veteran like his owner, is kidnapped, Corinna Chapman takes on the case.