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Raw food! So what you say! What’s so fantastic about eating raw food? Well, according to Scott Mathias, raw food is the best way to living a healthy , energetic and vital lifestyle and he has proven this, turning his life of a semi-invalid around, becoming a healthy person enjoying…
When you are having one of those days, or weeks, or months life has an habit of presenting you with from time to time, Sa Silvano has the answer, or if not the answer, along with some guidance to help you through the tough stuff.
This is an intense and tightly woven story that has layers of complexity.  The health system, hospital life, personnel and ethics are closely woven together with mystery and death.  It is very difficult to put this book down as it is so topical, blending mystery and drama with everyday hospital…
When Hugh Tindall a was a lad he lived out in the backblocks of Queensland, in the Diamantina river country on a  collective of land, known then as a poor man’s selection, which was nothing but hard work to get it to produce anything. This is his and his families…
Billed as a majestic page turner as well as intense, riotous and funny it is hard to see where this image comes from as it is more than intense, it is seriously dark! Perhaps it if you enjoy a novel of the moment that, to use a phrase ‘is in…
In an incisive hour spent with bestselling author Qaisra Shahraz at the Flinders University recently she gave her small but interested audience an in-depth look into what makes a bestselling author and how she creates her characters and plot. Read more on this interesting hour with an internationally published Author…
This is the fourth book of the Trilogy, “Driving over Lemons”. It is a wonderful, warm, humorous story of an English couple who have bought a rugged farm between a river and the mountains of Grenada in Spain. Their daughter Chloe was born there, and many happy and hard-working days…
Mr Chicken is off on another one of his adventures when he decides to grab his camera and head off to see the sights of London, his favourite city in the entire world. He finishes his breakfast, and flies off to London as only Mr Chicken can do, splash landing…
Fatty O’Leary, aka Cornelius Patrick O’Leary had earned his nickname as a child and was known to all about as a good, kind man always ready to forgive those who did not like him or did an unkindness to others. As many an Irishman born and raised in the States…
From the first page, the reader is immediately drawn into the predicament of a young woman, Tiballis, who had been forced to marry a brute of a man after she was orphaned at just fourteen years of age. Set in London in 1483 during the reign of King Edward IV,…
This is a wonderfully authentic story of the Australian outback. I was not surprized to learn that the author had experienced much of the area she writes about first hand Indeed , the naming of the plants, trees, animals and lagoons brings a great degree of authenticity to an interesting…
The Artist's Way for Parents, the sequel to The Artist's Way, is a useful resource for parents with children from newborn to twelve years old. Its aim is to help parents develop their child's creativity.
The title of this book raises so many questions. Why would you go without sugar for a year? Who would do that and how would it be done in a family? In this well referenced memoir Eve admits she has always had a passion for food, (especially the sweeter kind)…
This is a SENSATIONAL BOOK and a must for parents with young children (some experiments need adult supervision), kids who are budding scientists as well as being very useful for primary classroom or relief teachers.
Crikey and Cat are off on an adventure when they go out one night and realise all the stars are gone from the sky, so they set out to try and find just where they have gone.
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