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- Hardie Grant Books 2012; US$ 8.50
Hide & Seek Melbourne 2 divulges 40 new hidden treasures around Melbourne, as this ebook continues our quest to reveal city secrets for locals and travellers alike. Covering a mix of places, from a Korean eatery that incorporates Spam into its tasty dishes, to a suburban RSL that doubles as a space for live gigs, Hide & Seek Melbourne 2 features unique... more...
- Hardie Grant Egmont 2013; US$ 17.99
New South Wales offers some of the best bushwalks in Australia, with fascinating natural and man-made treasures hidden along its tracks and trails. There are World Heritage-listed rainforests, convict relics, colonies of wombats, the largest area of movable sand on the east coast and a mountain that has been burning for 6000 years. There are walks... more...
- Intellect 2013; US$ 20.00
One of Australia's most notorious outlaws, bushranger Ned Kelly was captured in a spectacular gun-battle at Glenrowan in 1880. Stephen Gaunson illuminates a central irony: from novels to comics to the branding of the site where he was captured, most cultural representations of Kelly are decidedly lowbrow. more...
- Allen & Unwin 2005; US$ 24.50
Australia's leading legal historian examines the chain of events that occurred between Ned Kelly's last stand at Glenrowan and the day he faced the public executioner revealing the truth behind the drama, intrigue, and pathos of the death of Australia's most notorious outlaw. more...
- Penguin Publishing Group 2009; US$ 16.00
After Alice Pung?s family fled to Australia from the killing fields of Cambodia, her father chose Alice as her name because he thought their new country was a Wonderland. In this lyrical, bittersweet debut memoir?already an award-winning bestseller when it was published in Australia?Alice grows up straddling two worlds, East and West, her insular family... more...
- Hardie Grant Books 2014; US$ 9.99
The life of a parent especially a new parent can seem pretty demanding, with your days organised around feedings, nappy changes and sleep times. But we know there are many joys of being a parent, and that includes still being able to go out and explore your city they way you did before you had your baby or toddler in tow. In Mini... more...
- The Text Publishing Company 1999; US$ 26.95
Gold was discovered in Australia in 1851, and within a year the infant colony was transformed from a sump for convicts to a Land of Opportunity. Robyn Annear's lively history describes in detail life on the diggings: the mud of winter and dust of summer, the pluckiness of the women and children, the grog shanties, the flies, the mania of mining, the... more...
- Aboriginal Studies Press 1905; US$ 32.00
Alick Jackomos was the son of Greek migrant parents, born in Collingwood, and growing up during the Great Depression. His is a remarkable life that recaptures stories of diverse communities and ways of life now vanished from sight. more...