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  • Adelaideby Kerryn Goldsworthy

    NewSouth 2011; US$ 16.99

    A painting, a frog cake, a landmark, a statue, a haunting newspaper photograph, a bucket of peaches, pink shorts in parliament, concert tickets, tourist maps … Kerryn Goldsworthy’s Adelaide is a museum of sorts, a personal guide to the city through a collection of iconic objects. Adelaide navigates her southern home, discovering its identifying... more...

  • Hide & Seek Adelaideby Explore Australia Publishing

    Hardie Grant Books 2012; US$ 8.50

    Not every city needs to shout, ‘Look at me! Look at me!’ No, Adelaide is more of a quiet achiever. It’s a place that has damn fine swimming beaches, lots of green spaces and a city centre that’s so well organised even Wally couldn’t get lost here. But then there’s still more to discover that’s a little more under... more...

  • Penelope Bungles to Broomeby Tim Bowden

    Allen & Unwin 2002; US$ 20.86

    A follow-up to Tim Bowden's highly successful Penelope Goes West , this time covering the intriguing adventures of Tim, Ros, Penelope (the car) and The Manor (the caravan) as they travel across the grandeur and spectacle of Broome, the Kimberleys and various points south and west. more...

  • Growing up in Adelaide in the 1950'sby Susan Blackburn

    The GHR Press 2013; US$ 19.99

    ‘Growing up in the fifties was a time of isolation and innocence. We didn’t know what was going on in the rest of the world. We could only compare ourselves with those around us.’ So writes Max Lees in his reminiscence, ‘Freedom’, one of the 13 contributions to this delightful evocation of childhood edited by Susan Blackburn.... more...

  • Kangaroo Islandby Jason Wheaton

    Global Publishing Group 2013; US$ 19.99

    Australia is one of the most spectacular places in the world to visit due to its amazing beaches, wildlife, farming history, and its outback harshness and beauty. Nestled within Australia is a piece of island paradise called Kangaroo Island, located off the South Australian coastline. Kangaroo Island is a pristine environment and a worldwide travel... more...

  • Our Heart is the Landby Bruce Shaw

    Aboriginal Studies Press 1995; US$ 22.00

    This collection of Aboriginal life histories provides a glimpse of a world about which little has been published previously. Focusing on themes such as religious life, living off the land, Dreamings and missions and using the voices of men and women living in and around the Lake Eyre Basin today, Shaw recorded a history of oppression and deprivation,... more...

  • Making Moontaby Philip Payton

    Exeter University Press 2014; US$ 95.00

    The story of Moonta—a small town on South Australia’s northern Yorke Peninsula—and its special place in the Cornish transnational identity, is an extraordinary one. From the beginning, Moonta cast itself as unique among Cornish immigrant communities, becoming ‘the hub of the universe’ according to its patriotic inhabitants.... more...

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