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- Magabala Books 2012; US$ 21.99
Ruby Moonlight, a novel of the impact of colonisation in mid north South Australia around 1880. The main character, Ruby, refugee of a massacre, shelters in the woods where she befriends an Irishman trapper. The poems convey how fear of discovery is overcome by the need for human contact, which, in a tense unravelling of events, is forcibly challenged... more...
- Magabala Books 2012; US$ 15.99
Written from teenager girl Fuzzy Macs perspective, Grace Beside Me is a quirky, warmly rendered story of home and family life in a small town. The black&write! judges remarked on the authentic feel of the Indigenous home life of Fuzzy Mac and her grandparents her guardians since the death of her mother. Awkward episodes of teen rivalry... more...
- Magabala Books 2010; US$ 19.99
A story of hardship and heartache in the rough Pilbara outback. This compelling memoir from Florence Corrigan, who grew up moving from camp to camp as her parents followed itinerant and contract work around remote stations, describes the harsh lifestyle they led with few luxuries. more...
- Magabala Books 2011; US$ 19.99
Once There Was a Boy is a poignant, universal story of friendship, temptation and reconciliation. The disarmingly sweet, simple language in this whimsical childrens picture book belies an emotional depth that allows the author to reach out to both the young, and the young at heart. This stunning picture book is transformed into a gently touching... more...
- Magabala Books 2013; US$ 31.99
In the course of a couple of years the township of Fitzroy Crossing in the remote Kimberley changed from a tiny frontier outpost, to a refugee camp with hundreds of people living in fringe camps in third world conditions. From this maelstrom a unique community emerged, with a strong ethos of cooperation and support amongst the various peoples of the... more...
- Magabala Books 2013; US$ 9.99
A huge snake takes refuge under the body of a napping grandfather. A sixteen year old girl keeps three hundred head of cattle together for a couple of weeks without loosing a beast. A young Aboriginal boy witnesses a man being thrown off a train onto a remote railway siding for being Jewish. Two trackers lead a police party deep into the desert to... more...
- Magabala Books 2013; US$ 9.99
Eleven-year-old Dylan has to move from Mt Isa to Brisbane and hes not happy. But as soon as he gets to Flatwater State School he finds a former Mount Isa Miners footy supporter in his principal and a Broncos tragic as a teacher. He also makes a friend in Justice Jones and an enemy in Jared Knutz. Dylan is cursed with... more...
- Magabala Books 2001; US$ 9.99
In his fourth novel Earth award-winning Aboriginal author Bruce Pascoe, establishes himself at the peak of contemporary Australian literature. Earth is a daring and thought-provoking work; a novel of voices from the past and the present. The setting is the Victorian countryside, west of Melbourne during the latter part of the nineteenth century. A... more...
- Magabala Books 1989; US$ 9.99
Sprattie relives the regimented days and mischievous nights of her childhood at Wandering Mission. She shares in the secrets of mission kids, driven by their longing for family and home. By the bestselling author of Wandering Girl. more...
- Magabala Books 1988; US$ 9.99
Glenyse Ward was taken from her Aboriginal mother and put into Wandering Mission in the south-west of Western Australia to grow up in a regimented and enclosed world of German nuns. At sixteen, again without choice, she was sent away to a wealthy farm to be little more than a slave. Soon Glenyse was wishing she was back at the Mission. A weaker spirit... more...