If you love fairy floss, grapes or just like trying new things, Cotton Candy Grapes is something you need to put on your list.
When Eleni tells her school friends about her yiayia, it begins a conversation about the cultural diversity of all their grandmothers.
The ambitions of Matthew Flinders and George Bass, shortlisted for the Prime Minister’s Literary Awards.
An indispensable reference guide to the heart by Australia's favourite relationship advisor Zoe Foster Blake.
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 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.
Documentary film-maker Catherine Scott talks about her latest project, Backtrack Boys.
This is a collection of 11 short stories set on, by, or near the sea, using it as a metaphor for dark and light; showing the reader the ever changing moods of the sea as it comes to represent freshness, renewal, and the search for freedom, as well as loss and danger.
Sonam is a young girl, growing up in Taliban-controlled Kabul, Afghanistan, where music is banned. Then one day, she hears an amazing sound and just has to find out what it is. She discovers an old man playing an instrument.
When Ray McCullough runs away from home as a young teenager, his older sister begins a quest to find him that will span decades of her life.
For the first time, some of Australia’s most innovative and emerging designers will unveil their Spring/Summer 19 Collections with Fashion Palette in New York.
Hamish is a passenger in life, unable to do much more than watch or walk away. His world is quiet and reflective until he is pulled into the complicated lives of the people left behind after the death of Charlie Parker.
Detective Harriet Blue is on the opposite side of the law, hunting a serial killer but this time she intends no mercy. Harry, a good cop gone really bad and is determined to be the one who pulls the trigger.
A spine-chilling mystery and contemporary love story played out in a unique and wild Australian setting, interweaving Indigenous history and Irish mythology.
A novel of love, crime, magic, fate and coming of age, set in Brisbane's violent working class suburban fringe, circa 1983, where 10-year-old Eli navigates through the chaos of his life.
The compelling tale of small-town farmer, Tom Hope, and exotic bookshop owner, Hannah in post-World War II Australia who discover each other against a backdrop of their own personal tragedies.
Inspired by the works of Russian composer, Tchaikovsky, the Paolo Sebastian Autumn/Winter 2018-19 couture collection holds true to the label’s essence; the creation of a grand narrative through meticulously crafted couture.
Does money make you happy? Is an inheritance earned or owed? A gripping tale of betrayal in a small Australian town as the Jamieson family show what wealth, status and prestige can do.
Two essential new picture books by Ros Moriarty, with illustrations by Balarinji, using striking Indigenous artwork and lush, descriptive language to draw children’s attention to the world around them.
An empowering children's book that highlights all the special things that mothers do and shows young girls that they are capable of many things just by being everyday people.