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  • Amelia Dee and the Peacock Lampby Odo Hirsch

    Allen & Unwin 2011; US$ 14.50

    In this funny, touching, thought-provoking novel from the author of the Hazel Green series, a girl learns a great deal about herself and her family while solving a mysteryAmelia Dee lives in the green house on Marburg Street, where a rare bronze lamp hangs outside her bedroom door. No one knows where it came from or how it got there. Only she, Amelia... more...

  • Art of Sledgingby J Harold

    Allen & Unwin 2008; US$ 6.99

    A hilarious collection of rude, crude, famous, and infamous "sledges"—a must-have for every cricket tragic. In these days of cricketing correctness and codes of behavior being handed down by the Cricket Police, here is a salute to the good old days when games were won and lost by whatever means available. With a great one-liner on every page, this... more...

  • Interviewingby Gail Sedorkin

    Allen & Unwin 2011; US$ 9.99

    A new edition of a practical guide to all aspects of interviewing for writers and journalists—from how to use digital tools effectively to what to do when you have no time to prepare Good interviewing is the key to good reporting and great stories, and this book demonstrates step by step how to manage the process. It's a difficult skill to acquire... more...

  • Bean's Gallipoliby

    Allen & Unwin 2009; US$ 9.99

    Beginning with his arrival with the first convoy in April 1915, this chronicle details the experiences of Australian war correspondent C. E. W. Bean during the Anzacs campaign on Gallipoli. Emphasizing how no other pressman dared to go ashore during the first landings, this reconstruction documents Bean’s determination to sit in the frontline trenches... more...

  • Who Stole My Mojo?by Gary Bertwistle

    Allen & Unwin 2011; US$ 9.99

    Everyone loses it from time to time—their magic, charm, vitality, zest, drive, spirit, and passion. This book explains how to get it back, and how to avoid losing it again. When someone is feeling flat, bored, uninspired, or lacking motivation, chances are they have lost their mojo—that spark that makes the difference between having just a good day... more...

  • Positiveby David Menadue

    Allen & Unwin 2004; US$ 9.99

    This is an uplifting story of resilience, activism, optimism, and the ability to take things day by day. Journalist David Menadue, who was one of the first people to be diagnosed with HIV in Australia and has been living with AIDS for longer than almost anyone else in the country, shares his 20-year struggle with the disease and his inspiring efforts... more...

  • Seven Seasons in Aurukunby Paula Shaw

    Allen & Unwin 2009; US$ 9.99

    Paula Shaw recounts her experiences of two years teaching at the school at Aurukun in Cape York. She paints a colorful picture of life in a remote Aboriginal community in the sweltering tropics. With the place itself as much of a character as her colleagues, the traditional owners and the eccentric whitefellas who congregate in faraway places, it is... more...

  • Always Liza to Meby Cecilia Rice

    Allen & Unwin 2009; US$ 9.99

    This is the story of the Rice family, and of Liza, their severely mentally-retarded eldest daughter. It's a story about what it was like growing up in a large, rowdy household forever in the thrall of this unknowable, unreachable child. When she was small Cecilia always believed Liza would not survive to adulthood, that she would never be her “problem.”... more...

  • Manhattan to Baghdadby Paul McGeough

    Allen & Unwin 2003; US$ 9.99

    On September 11, Paul McGeough stood transfixed on the streets of downtown Manhattan. Only a month earlier he had been in Afghanistan, reporting on the humanitarian crisis gripping the country under Taliban rule. Now he was forced to run for his life as the World Trade Center's second tower collapsed in a cloud of smoke and debris. Foreign correspondents... more...

  • Backs to the Wallby G. D. Mitchell; Robert Macklin

    Allen & Unwin 2007; US$ 9.99

    'In that hour was born in me a fear that lasted throughout the whole winter. It was the dread of dying in the mud, going down in that stinking morass and though dead being conscious throughout the ages. Waves of fear at times threatened to overwhelm me... a little weakness, a little slackening of control at times and I might have gone over the borderline.In... more...