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Doctor Hugh: My Life with Animals

by Hugh Wirth & Anne Crawford

Australia's iconic vet and RSPCA president gives a frank and lively account of the pets and animal welfare issues that have shaped his life.

The Ox Is Slow But the Earth Is Patient

by Mick Malthouse & David Buttifant

The two men responsible for Collingwood's recent success dig to the core of what success - in sport and life in general - is all about in an inspirational book that transcends Australian Football.

Disturbing Element

by Xavier Herbert

Often comic, often tragic, Disturbing Element is the story of an Australian literary legend written in his own classic style.

The Seven Rivers: A Lifetime of Fly-Fishing in Australia and New Zealand

by Douglas Stewart

The classic account of fly-fishing in Australia and New Zealand. As Stewart makes clear, fishing is about much more than fish.

Inside Outside: Life Between Two Worlds

by Andrew Riemer

Andrew Riemer's masterful account of the changes in Australian society in the years after World War II, as experienced by the author and his family after leaving Hungary.

Hammers Over the Anvil

by Alan Marshall

A string of vignettes and short stories of life in a Victorian country township, told in the voice of the author as a boy.

The Habsburg Cafe

by Andrew Riemer

Andrew Riemer's return to the heartland of the Habsburg empire - Austria and Hungary - in 1991, having left there at the age of 10 in 1946.

Norman Lindsay: A Personal Memoir

by Douglas Stewart

Douglas Stewart's record of thirty years' close friendship with Australia's most controversial artist.

The Little Book of Everyday Miracles

by Sharon Snir

The perfect book for anyone wanting to experience or share a little of life's magic

Great Kiwi Firsts

by Astral Sligo

A fabulous and fascinating compendium of great New Zealand achievements

Bucket List of an Idiot

by Dom Harvey

Brave or crazy? Dom Harvey proves that he's both by letting his friends and family set him a bucket list of mad tasks.

Fighter Pilot: MIS-Adventures Beyond the Sound Barrier with an Australian Top Gun

by Mac 'Serge' Tucker

Sit down and strap yourself in for an exhilarating ride to the sound barrier and beyond with a real life Topgun!

Band-Aid for a Broken Leg: Being a Doctor with No Borders and Other Ways to Stay Single

by Damien Brown

A powerful, heart-breaking, surprisingly funny, honest and ultimately uplifting account of life on the medical frontline, and a moving testimony of the work done by Medecins Sans Frontieres and the extraordinary...

The Romeo Initiative

by Trina Davies

Half romantic comedy and half spy-thriller, The Romeo Initiative is a journey into the heart that leaves audiences gasping.

Don't Start Me Talking: Lyrics 1984--2012

by Paul Kelly

Spanning 20 years of song-writing, a fully updated collection of all the lyrics from Australia's greatest singer/songwriter, Paul Kelly.

Zombies, Bananas and Why There Are No Economists in Heaven: The Economics of Real Life

by Jessica Irvine

Jessica Irvine presents Economics 101 and shows you how to use the power of economics to solve your everyday problems with this witty, accessible and entertaining guide.

The Happiest Refugee

by Anh Do

The bestselling, laugh-out-loud, reach for your hanky story of one of Australia's best-loved comedians - now in hard cover gift edition.

Tasmanian Aborigines: A history since 1803

by Lyndall Ryan

The story of the Aboriginal people of Tasmania, from the arrival of the first whites to the present. While it contains much that is tragic, it is also a story of resilience and survival in the face of great...

A Better Life: How Our Darkest Moments Can Be Our Greatest Gift

by Craig Hamilton & Will Swanton

Packed full of practical tips and amazing stories, A Better Life talks frankly and inspiringly about living a happy, fulfilling life, even with mental health issues.

The Nullarbor Kid: Stories from My Trucking Life

by Ray Gilleland

He was a pioneer trucker in postwar Australia - a time when outback roads were little more than corrugated dirt goat tracks. This is a story of vast distances, ill-equipped machines, heat and dust, humour and...