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Mosquito Advertising: The Crunch Campaign
Mosquito Advertisi...
Kate Hunter


Mosquito Advertising returns home to shocking news: the government is banning advertising for soft drinks! Good thing Katie has a plan to re-write the new laws - all they have to do is convince the Pr ...


Closer to Stone
Closer to Stone
Simon Cleary


Set in 1993 in northern Africa (Morocco, Western Sahara and Algeria) and in the US years later, it follows the journey of Sebastian (Bas), the sculptor brother, who must go in search of his missing br ...


The Messenger Bird
The Messenger Bird
Rosanne Hawke


When Tamar discovers an old handwritten sheet of music and allows herself to play piano again, she meets gifted violinist Nathaniel who may just hold the key to her future.


One Long Thread
One Long Thread
Belinda Jeffrey


Ruby and Sally Moon are twins, cut from the same cloth but as different as night and day. While Sally is bold and adventurous, Ruby is quiet and creative. When divorce splits their family in two, and ...


Schumann the Shoeman
Schumann the Shoem...
Stella Danalis
John Danalis


For a world where nothing seems to last, here is a tale that will stay with you forever. Schumann the Shoeman is a story with soul.


The Long Road of the Junkmailer (second edition)
The Long Road of t...
Patrick Holland


Shortlisted for the Commonwealth Writer’s Prize Best First Book, South-East Asia/South Pacific, 2007.


Blood
Blood
Tony Birch


From the moment he saw her, wrapped in a blanket at the hospital, Jesse knew that he’d be the one to look after his little sister, Rachel.


Purple Threads
Purple Threads
Jeanine Leane


Winner of the 2010 David Unaipon Award for Indigenous Writing, Purple Threads is a humorous collection of rural yarns by a gifted storyteller.


RPM
RPM
Noel Mengel


For a group of young people on the cusp of adulthood, music is their bond. RPM follows Neil’s tentative early forays with girls, his fumbling attempts at musical greatness with his band and his dreams ...


Ludo
Ludo
Boyd Anderson


For fifteen-year-old Jockey, it began simply enough, with a job in Sydney's inner west, working as an errand boy. So how did he come to be involved in the Dodge Phoenix affair and all this business of ...



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