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- University of Queensland Press 2012; US$ 8.99
Beltana, South Australia, 1875. Twelve-year-old Taj and his camel Mustara are about to embark on the adventure of a lifetime. They are joining explorer Ernest Giles on his second attempt to cross the Australian desert where wild dogs, scorpions, poisonous snakes and a constant shortage of water mean they are never far from disaster. As if things weren't... more...
- Port Campbell Press 2011; US$ 12.99
Crackernight! One night a year, the infinite normality of the suburbs is shot with utter magic. 'Goodbye, Crackernight' is the story of one boy's childhood in 1970s Australia. It is a story of fireworks, of fun that cost nothing, of second-hand bikes, UFO-crowded skies, streakers, lime green Valiants, half-sucked Sunny Boys and electric... more...
- SensePublishers 2012; US$ 49.99
Athabasca?s Going Unmanned is set in a youth offender jail in Alberta, Canada and tells the story of three incarcerated youth and the corrections staff who work with them. The story centres on an escape plot hatched by the inmates and ultimately examines the needs of incarcerated youth and the prospects for offering them programming with transformative... more...
- Melbourne University Publishing 2011; US$ 13.33
Andrew Robb lived with an unspoken fear that what he passed off as 'not being good in the mornings' was something darker: a black dog whose daily visit lasted longer as the years passed. Worried about stigmas and letting people down, he avoided confronting the problem for four decades, the adrenaline of high-pressure and high profile jobs offering... more...
- Melbourne University Press 2010; US$ 20.65
'The great task of statesmanship is to apply past lessons to new situations, to draw correct analogies to understand and act upon present forces, to recognise the need for change.' Malcolm Fraser Malcolm Fraser is one of the most interesting and possibly most misunderstood of Australia's Prime Ministers. In this part memoir and part authorised biography,... more...
- National Library of Australia 2013; US$ 14.99
Did you know that, in 1934, the ABC developed synthetic cricket, in which radio broadcasters gave a ball-by-ball description of the game, using sound effects to simulate the sound of bat on ball and the applause of the crowd? The Big Book of Australian History features stunning images from the collections of the National Library of Australia.... more...
- Cargo Publishing (UK) Ltd 2014; US$ 3.99
"We just want the facts," you say. Politicians won't give you a straight answer. So here they are. The facts; simple and unbiased. Honesty is the best policy, after all. In this short, easy to read guide, the basic facts about the crucial issues of independence are put forward. This pocket guide tells you what Yes and No campaigns say about the big... more...