My Grandmother says, "We've always belonged to this place". "But how long?" I ask. "And how far?"...
By Wheatley, Nadia
"I was thinking of the winter, wondering when Mrs Borden would come home from visiting her relative, wondering how soon I ...
See What I Have Done
By Schmidt, Sarah
"What I told you that having less stuff could make you a happier person?" (page 6)
The Joy of Less
By Jay, Francine
By Clare, Cassandra
"Massage has been practiced for thousands of years and its effects have been well documented, telling us clearly that it i...
By Kavanagh, Wendy
"Life truly begins only after you have put your house in order...Only when you know how to choose those things that spark ...
By Kondō, Marie
I DONT GET IT THIS BOOK IS WEIRD(not)!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
By Thorne, Jack
"The growing digitisation of archives and the reach of the internet have enabled unprecedented access for people to resear...
Private Lives, Public History
By Clark, Anna
"The writing is crisp and beautiful ... Game of Thrones for a younger audience." Guardian
By Rance, Sheila
"Old habits stay longer than old scents."
Into the Wild
By Hunter, Erin
The word 'father' is a verb as well as a noun. The title is not that glorious unless you decide to do something with it.
The Mud House
By Glover, Richard
Gentle and poignant, affirming and wise, Mr Huff is a story about clouds and sunshine in each of our lives.
By Walker, Anna
She landed right beside the prince. "That wrench is mine!" she cried. She quickly fixed the ailing ship. The prince s...
By Underwood, Deb...
"Recently I was asked whose picture books I could not live without. Guess my answer? You are right" - Eric Carle
By Lionni, Leo
It tells of friendship and the power of music, and all in a story about a bear and a piano. A moving tale of exploration and be...
The Bear and the Piano
By Litchfield, David
A sensitive insightful portrayal of a transgender child coming to terms with gender identity.
By Gino, Alex
"This was a time of earth-centric potters who were part of a world that reached toward nature - many were self sufficient ...
By Cochrane, Grace
'Philippe Petit is an artist whose theater is the sky. in his absorbing book, he reveals himself to be equal parts Houdini, Nur...
To Reach the Clouds
By Petit, Philippe
'It was Philippe Petit who connected the twin towers of the World Trade Center, in an act of beauty and ecstasy.' - Werner Herzog
"In 1912 it was said that when the real story of Alexander Malcolm Jacob was written, it would be invested with more wonder and ..."
"Great book. Really enjoyed it. Loved the characters and the 'twist' SO GOOD!! Can't wait to watch the miniseries."
"interesting how the power of the political arena can manipulate and corrupt people within it"
"Delightful! Beautiful clean illustrations - combined with one word connect the reader to our beloved city. Almost a picture bo..."
"An Australian classic for all ages. The author and illustrator connects its subjects to one place. This is a good book for par..."
"Truly a great read about the Second World War, it is a pity I have to wait so long for the second book in the trilogy. This is ..."
"The first in the Chaos walking series, this is a good read. May take readers a little while to get into and to understand what..."
"It is obvious Matthew Reilly is a huge Jurassic Park fan. Surprised he actually hasn't been charged with plagerism it is so cl..."
"This book was originally published in a UK version as "My Big Shouting Day". It is an absolute joy to read aloud, esp..."
"This is an absolute joy to read aloud, especially if you are a parent of small children - I challenge you to read this without ..."
"This a nice book of Connie, the universal"
"This is a great read. Many local places around Melbourne in this novel, mystery, murder and government cover up. What more coul..."
"Loved Loved Loved this book. from the very first chapter I knew I would enjoy it and I did!
Easy read and enjoyable. Loved the..."
"Inspiring and meaningful. Definitely worth reading! :) Cheeky Bob's Reading Tips ! My motto is if you don't like/g..."
"I enjoyed this book. Quick Read and Funny."
"Reading the debut book of a writer whose second book you really liked is a bit of a gamble. What if s/he only found firm footin..."
"This work needed a more vigilant editor. Main character saved by penicillin... not discovered by Fleming until 1928."
"Best. Book. EVER!"
"a great book - i think it should be a standard text for our school students. Loved it and am reading it for the second time."
"Cold. Claustrophobic. Creepy. This fictionalized account of the real- life Borden Murders that took place in Fall River, Mass..."
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