Biography

  • the silver poplar
    The Silver Poplar
    Edmond Smith

    $24.99

    This timely publication is set around the Sutherland Homes for neglected children near Melbourne in the 1940s and 1950s. The Silver Poplar delves into the issues of abandonment, adoption, and the...

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  • Tell Me Another
    Dr Paul Roe

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    Dr Paul Roe is a historian with a foot either side of Australia’s Great Dividing Range. One foot planted in suburban Sydney – the other in the outback town of Bourke. In a community on a...

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  • Aspies Living Among Us
    María I. Gómez

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    For fifty-nine years, María was totally unaware of her condition. Since her ASD diagnosis in 2018, she decided to raise awareness and help others in a similar position.  Aspies Living Among Us is...

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  • Pember Pennings
    H A Chilver

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    By HA Chilver | ISBN 9780645337099 ‘Dear Ma, I hope you are sitting down. I am on my way to Mozambique.’ From the verdant valleys of Devon, well-meaning church and middle class motherhood to the...

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  • Long Road to Zaïre
    Graham Toulmin

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    By Graham Toulmin | ISBN 9780645286090 Decisions change your life … When thirty seven year-old Australian dentist, Graham Toulmin, told his bank manager in 1985 he was selling his practice and...

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  • Scoop
    Di Britton

    $19.99

    By Di Britton | ISBN 9780645286069 Scoop is a Little Penguin who was born in Summerlands, Cowes, in the Southern Victorian region of Australia. He is adventurous and sometimes a little naughty. Born...

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  • God Down Under
    Richard G. Berlach and Linda M. Berlach

    $22.99

    We look, we search, we wonder. The world is an amazing place, but how do we interpret what we see? What perceptual lens do we use to construct an understanding of our experience? Is there a way of...

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  • No Turning Back
    Keren Masters

    $24.99

    Much has been assumed and written about missionaries, with them often bearing the brunt of the criticism of Australia’s Stolen Generation. While some of this is accurate, it is not as simple as...

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