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  • The Life and Myth of Charmian Cliftby Nadia Wheatley

    HarperCollins Publishers 2014; US$ 25.37

    The award-winning biography of one of Australia's most charismatic and misunderstood writers. Charmian Clift's writing captivated readers across the nation. Her life inspired legends and fascinated thousands. Now at last here is the real story. Charmian Clift was born in Kiama, New South Wales, in 1923. In this close-knit seaside community Clift... more...

  • Listening to Mondrianby Nadia Wheatley

    Allen & Unwin 2006; US$ 15.40

    Nadia Wheatley's award-winning and critically acclaimed collection, The Night Tolkien Died , was first published in 1995. Listening to Mondrian brings six of these stories and an additional two new stories to another generation of readers in a stylish new edition. more...

  • Listening to Mondrianby Nadia Wheatley

    Allen & Unwin 2007; US$ 15.41

    Powerful, sparse, and compelling, this collection of short stories focuses on adolescents and their diverse family relationships. The characters examine who they are and how they fit into their family, their community, and their world, often exploring parent?teen conflicts. Skillfully told in a stark and haunting style, these stories detail the lives... more...

  • Five Times Dizzy & Dancing in the Anzac Deliby Nadia Wheatley

    Hachette Australia 2012; Not Available

    The 30th anniversary edition of Nadia Wheatley's award-winning Aussie stories of life on Smith Street where adventures happen every day. more...

  • Five Times Dizzy & Dancing in the Anzac Deliby Nadia Wheatley

    Hachette Australia 2012; US$ 15.81

    The 30th anniversary edition of Nadia Wheatley's award-winning Aussie stories of life on Smith Street where adventures happen every day. more...

  • Five Times Dizzy & Dancing in the Anzac Deliby Nadia Wheatley

    Hachette Australia 2012; US$ 12.99

    30th anniversary edition of an award-winning Aussie classic. The popular and award-winning stories FIVE TIMES DIZZY and DANCING IN THE ANZAC DELI are now combined in one book! Together they tell the tale of Mareka and the Wilson kids, who live in an ordinary inner-city neighbourhood but find themselves caught up in extraordinary adventures. What... more...

  • Australians Allby Nadia Wheatley; Ken Searle

    Allen & Unwin 2013; US$ 45.45

    A lavish and comprehensive new history of Australia told through the lives of young people, from the Ice Age to the Apology. 'Nadia has performed an essential service to history and the young.' - Thomas Keneally more...

  • The House that Was Eurekaby Nadia Wheatley; Toni Jordan

    The Text Publishing Company 2013; US$ 12.95

    Winner of the New South Wales Premier's Children's Book Award, 1985. It's 1981 and Evie is sixteen. She has left school but can't find work, and her family has just moved into the run-down inner Sydney suburb of Newtown. Noel lives in the adjoining terrace house. He's fifteen, not taking school seriously and fed up with looking after his ancient... more...

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