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The Mind of a Thief
The Mind of a Thie...
Patti Miller


The Mind of a Thief is about identity, history, place and belonging and, perhaps most of all, about how we create ourselves through our stories. An award-winning memoir by an accomplished writer at th ...


Rosemary Dobson: Collected
Rosemary Dobson: C...
Rosemary Dobson


Dobson herself has spoken of her poetry as ‘part of a search for something only fugitively glimpsed, a state of grace which one once knew, or imagined, or from which one was turned away.


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I'll Tell You Mine
Pip Harry


Kate Elliot isn’t trying to fit in – that’s the whole point of being a goth, isn’t it?


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.


A Single Shard
A Single Shard
Linda Sue Park


An astounding tale of courage, belonging and endurance from a master storyteller and winner of the prestigious Newbery Award.


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.


Pedder Dreaming: Olegas Truchanas and a lost Tasmanian Wilderness
Pedder Dreaming: O...
Natasha Cica


Stunningly illustrated with original Truchanas photographs from the 1950s, ’60s and ’70s, and artwork from the Sunday Group, Pedder Dreaming captures the brutality, raw beauty and vulnerability of the ...


Another Babylon
Another Babylon
Vlanes


In Another Babylon the poems whisper and call to each other, weaving a “mesh of little certainties” that is boundless. Gods, myths and folk tales, be they borrowed or idiosyncratic, are the carriers o ...


Breaking the Sheep
Breaking the Sheep...
Charles Massy


Breaking the Sheep’s Back is the untold story of Australia’s biggest business disaster. It innvolves government complicity, and it is a political scandal that reaches into the offices of Cabinet minis ...


The Invisible Hero
The Invisible Hero
Elizabeth Fensham


Philip has spent his whole life at school either being invisible or being called stupid. For the first time, Philip has the opportunity to shine - but can he convince the class that being different is ...



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