Adelaide model, Adut Akech has appeared on the cover of the September Edition of British Vogue, after being personally selected by the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle.
With medical advances, active lifestyles and healthy diets, getting older is not always a downhill journey.
The re-release of a classic in children's literature. Seven children discover a disused, derelict building and turn it into a theatre, writing and producing their own plays to raise money for their local church.
An historical biography of two 18th Century female writers, Frances (Fanny) Burney and Anne Louise Germaine Necker, also known as Mme de Staël.
A fascinating culinary history of one of Australia’s iconic foods, taking us around Australia, New Zealand and England, through recipe books, family treasures, letters to and from soldiers in WWI, photographs and anecdotes to discover the origins of our iconic Anzac biscuit.
More than a travel book, Atkins provides details of religious history and doctrines, geography, art, environmental issues and the politics of the regions he writes about, reminding us that true discoveries are still out there through the people we meet, rather than the places we visit.
Morris the Mole has a habit of digging haphazardly and unwitting surfacing in all kinds of inopportune settings, causing chaos for the other creatures above ground. Then, one day, it seems as if a barrier has been built to stop him from surfacing. What is he to do?
The definitive history of the Opium War between Britain and China in the nineteenth century, by an award-winning historian.
An exploration of the British and Russian royal families and their politics from 1894 to the Russian Revolution of 1917, using diary entries, headlines of the day, and letters written by courtiers and extended family.
British naturalist, author and award-winning television presenter, Stephen Moss, goes on a fascinating journey through the many influences on the English language as he examines the origins of bird names.
As a young woman from a good family, Maisie travels across the world to marry a distant cousin of whom she knows nothing, but things don’t turn out at all as she was expecting.
From the creators of Wallace & Gromit and Chicken Run comes Early Man, a new animated comedy film with a bizarre concept and an all star cast. So come back to the beginning days of football. Come all the way back.
Dr Alex Taylor wakes up on an operating table and is threatened by an unknown man. When she reawakens later, no one believes her story.
A look at the railway history, exploring the economic and social impact of the Indian and Pakistani railways in the sub-continent.
The magnificent Dillie Keane has been entertaining for over three decades as both a solo artist and a founding member of the comedy musical trio Fascinating Aida.
A tribute to Emeritus Prof Eric Richards, head of the History dept at Flinders Uni for many years, with contributions from colleagues and former students.
The true story of an orphan French boy who turned up on Christmas Day 1918 in the mess of No.4 Squadron, Australian Flying Corp in Bickendorf, Germany.
From the lost first season episodes of the 1960s television series, British spies, Dr David Keel and John Steed, face a series of deadly adventures and foes.
A stressed young boy dives into a world of fantasy where he is visited by a massive yew tree that comes to life to share 3 stories on 3 significant nights.
Set during the height of the blitz, a shortage of men opens the door for a woman to write scripts for morale-boosters, bringing to them “a women’s perspective”.