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The Monkey and the Dragon: A True Story about Friendship, Music, Politics & Liife on the Edge

by Linda Jaivin

Memoir, biography and travel book, The Monkey and the Dragon is a story about the personal and political tumult of a changing China. Linda Jaivin traces this transformation through the life of Hou Dejian: Taiwan...

The Romantic

by Kate Holden

Kate Holden's bestselling memoir In My Skin told the gripping story of her slide into heroin addiction and prostitution-and her gruelling recovery. The Romantic tells what happened next.

When Kate decides to...

Rekindling: Your Relationship After Childbirth

by Martien Snellen

No one ever died from lack of sex...but sometimes it can make a relationship feel a little hollow. Not every couple is prepared for the impact pregnancy and childbirth can have on their intimacy. Martien Snellen,...

Underground: The Tokyo Gas Attack and the Japanese Psyche

by Haruki Murakami

It was a clear spring day, Monday, March 20, 1995, when five members of the religious cult Aum Shinrikyo conducted chemical warfare on the Tokyo subway system using sarin, a poison gas twenty-six times as deadly...

Terra Australis

by Matthew Flinders & Tim Flannery

First published in two-volumes in 1814, this is the enthralling account of the circumnavigation of Australia, by the man who gave our country its name. Edited and introduced by Tim Flannery, Flinders tells of...

Dig 3ft NW: The Legendary Journey of Burke & Wills

by Sarah Murgatroyd

It was the greatest expedition of its time. In 1860 Robert O'Hara Burke, with William Wills and a party of explorers, set out to cross Australia from south to north. A few months later a tree bore a strange...

The Book of Birthdays

by Russell Grant

An astrologer offers readers sound advice on how to learn all they can about the influence of birthdays on human events.

The Australian Ugliness

by Robin Boyd

Fifty years on, Robin Boyd's The Australian Ugliness remains the definitive statement on how we live and think in the environments we create. His concerns are as important now, in an era of sustainability, suburban...

True Stories

by Inga Clendinnen

Inga Clendinnen believes that democratic people need true stories about their past. In these engaging essays, based on her 1999 Boyer Lectures, she argues for the rejection of any single, simple account of the...

Zero Hour

by Leon Davidson

Winner of the NZ Post Children's Book Awards, non-fiction category and shortlisted for the CBCA Children's Book Awards, 2011. The First World War was only meant to last six months. When the Australians and New...

The Dinkum Dictionary

by Susan Butler

Boiling the billy in the outback; planting a wattle in the nature strip; saying g'day to a dingbat. The Dinkum Dictionary tells the stories behind the origins of a rich mix of distinctly Australian words and...

A Vindication of the Rights of Woman: with Strictures on Political and Moral Subjects

by Mary Wollstonecraft & Katha Pollitt

(Book Jacket Status: Not Jacketed)

The first great manifesto of women’s rights, published in 1792 and an immediate best seller, made its author the toast of radical circles and the target of reactionary ones....

Capital: Melbourne When It Was the Capital City of Australia 1901-28

by Kristin Otto

An original and intriguing history of Melbourne at the tumultuous start of the twentieth century, illustrated throughout with contemporary drawings and photos. In 1901, as the world hurtled into a new era, this...

The Catastrophe Continues

by John Clarke

Seen every Thursday on the ABC's 7.30 Report, John Clarke and Bryan Dawe are an Australian institution. Here are the best of the mock interviews between prominent and newsworthy figures about issues of the day,...

The 7.56 Report

by John Clarke

The inimitable John Clarke is back with another hilarious collection of the highs and lows in Australian politics. Here are the interviews with Australia's leading citizens, drawn from John Clarke and Bryan...

The Even More Complete Book of Australian Verse

by John Clarke

In a single edition the history of literature is turned upside down by the revelation that the world's great poets were, in fact, all Australians. Long suspected, this is now confirmed by carbon dating and DNA...

The Howard Miracle

by John Clarke

Every Thursday evening, at the end of ABC TV's 7:30 Report, John Clarke and long-time collaborator Bryan Dawe conduct a mock interview in which they satirise a current political issue or personality. In The...

Where Is Here?

by Tim Flannery

Where is Here? is a concise version for young adults of Flannery's classic anthology, The Explorers. The explorers of Australia were many and varied, beginning with Indigenous Australians. In these exciting,...

The Life and Adventures of William Buckley

by Tim Flannery

William Buckley, soldier and escaped convict, is the legendary wild white man of colonial Australia. In 1803 he escaped from the official settlement in Victoria. For 32 years he lived with local Aborigines before...

The Birth of Melbourne

by Tim Flannery

In 1835 John Batman sailed up the Yarra and was astonished by the beauty of the land. It was a temperate Kakadu, teeming with wildlife and with soils rich enough to spawn pastoral empires. With the discovery...