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An Unruly Child: A history of law in Australia

by Bruce Kercher

Provocative history of Australian law since white settlement.


A Bastard of a Place

by Peter Brune

In the spirit of Les Carlyon's bestselling Gallipoli, this book restores Milne Bay, Gona, Buna and Sanananda to their rightful place beside Kokoda as sacred ground, and a vital part of Australian history.


Aboriginal Victorians: A history since 1800

by Richard Broome

The fascinating and sometimes horrifying story of Aborigines in Victoria since white settlement, from one of Australia's leading historians.


It's All A Matter Of Attitude

by Justin Herald

A motivational gift book from the bestselling author of Would You Like Attitude With That? and What Are You Waiting For?, featuring 50 of Justin Herald's slogans accompanied by a brief, witty, commentary.


Polycystic Ovary Syndrome: A woman's guide to identifying and managing PCOS

by John Eden

What does a diagnosis of PCOS really mean? Dr John Eden, women's health and hormone expert, identifies the causes, dispels the myths, and explains how to manage this silent epidemic.


Science, Myth or Magic?: A Struggle for Existence

by S Anthony Barnett

This book uses a wealth of examples and anecdotes to describe what science is and what it can and cannot do, along the way debunking many of the popular myths and misconceptions about science.


Firefighters: The men and women who risk their lives to save ours

by Gary McKay

A behind-the-scenes look at the dangerous world of firefighting.


Explaining Endometriosis

by Ros Wood & Lorraine Henderson

The most comprehensive handbook of up-to-date advice and information for sufferers of Endometriosis, a debilitating disease which affects approximately one in ten women.


The Glory Garage: Growing Up Lebanese Muslim in Australia

by Nadia Jamal & Taghred Chandab

A collection of true stories that present a fascinating insight into a culture that remains mysterious to many non-Lebanese Muslims. Warm, provocative, funny and poignant, these tales of family and community...


Dealing with Dementia: A Guide to Alzheimer's Disease and Other Dementias

by Brian Draper

The most contemporary book on dementia with a special focus on Alzheimer's disease.


Wonder Woman: The myth of 'having it all'

by Virginia Haussegger

A book for women about how the conscious and unconscious choices we make in our ambitious and focused 20s and 30s around the big issues of career, love and sex ultimately shape and define us.


Coach Yourself to Wealth: Live the life you want

by Martin Hawes & Joan Baker

Based on their practical one-on-one Wealth Coaching seminars, personal finance experts Martin Hawes and Joan Baker take you step-by-step through a range of exercises and activities that will help you on the...


A Short History of Malaysia: Linking East and West

by Virginia Matheson Hooker

New in the Short History of Asia series, edited by Milton Osborne, this is a readable, well-informed and comprehensive history of Malaysia from ancient past to hyper-modern present day.


Facing the Fifties: From Denial to Reflection

by Peter O'Connor

Understanding the experiences of being fiftysomething.


Inside Group Work: A Guide to Reflective Practice

by Fiona McDermott

An introductory group work textbook for students in social work, community work, health and welfare.


Manhattan to Baghdad: Despatches from the Frontline in the War on Terror

by Paul McGeough

From the trenches in Afghanistan to the Occupied Territories, Israel to Baghdad and beyond, this is a poignant account from one of Australia's most respected foreign correspondents, of the international fallout...


Telling Stories: Indigenous history and memory in Australia and New Zealand

by Bain Attwood & Fiona Magowan

Indigenous histories not only challenge the content of conventional national and colonial histories inasmuch as they tell a different story, but they also challenge the nature of history itself...;


Promoting Family Change: The Optimism Factor

by Bronwen Elliott, Louise Mulroney & Di O'Neil

'This book heralds an exciting new chapter in the history of family-centred practice. It takes us a long way down the road toward the destination of strength-based family work.'

From the foreword by Associate...


Asia: Cultural politics in the global age

by David Birch, Tony Schirato & Sanjay Srivastava

An introduction to the cultures and societies of contemporary Asia.


Defending the Lion City: The armed forces of Singapore

by Tim Huxley

The most comprehensive and up-to-date account of the military capabilities of Singapore: a stable and prosperous city-state in a potentially unpredictable region.