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"Cemeteries are repositories for the dead, where we go to seek solace, meditate, and commune with those dearly departed. ...
The Family Tree Cemetery Field Guide
By Neighbors, Joy
A superhero who can do anything turns out to be no hero at all. He's nothing specific, so he's nothing. He has nothing to striv...
12 Rules for Life
By Peterson, Jord...
Boys like competition, and they don't like to obey, particularly when they are adolescents. During that time, they are driven t...
Consider your circumstances. Start small. Have you taken full advantage of the opportunities offered to you? Are you working ha...
For the first sixty years of his life, Samuel James Ainge led a largely blameless life.
By Johnston, Helen
The transportation of thousands of men from Irish hulks to New South Wales is so crucial to the history of Ireland, Australia a...
By McMahon, Anne
Yes, there are Australians alive today who can remember life before pizza. Go back less than a century and many more were strug...
A Timeline of Australian Food
By O'Connell, Jan
For almost 150 years, Pentridge Prison was a crossroads where thousands of lives came together.
By Mann, Rupert
This is the first book to survey the theme of migration in Irish history over four centuries (1607-2007) and to examine the dyn...
Migration in Irish History, 1607-2007
By Fitzgerald, Pa...
Running a restaurant means you seldom eat at home. Nor do you stop running long enough to pause to reflect on who and what you...
Mietta's Italian Family Recipes
By O'Donnell, Mietta
“Objects, including autographs, can concentrate the mind wonderfully – they take me a different time and space, as I reflect on...
Signed by Hand
"I do need you, Peeta, I really do."
By Collins, Suzanne
Victoria grappled with many of the matters women do today - managing uneven relationships, placating resentful spouses, trying ...
Victoria the Queen
By Baird, Julia
"Love with your entire heart while you have the chance, because life is too precious to waste on any uncertainty" - p...
By Perry, Jodi
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 want to say this in the very beginning that I am underwhelmed. While I have never read anything from Becky Albertalli, I stil..."
"I am being nice and generous by saying that this was my least favorite Sophie Kinsella read when I should be saying that I hate..."
"Love it. I have asked the library to get more and I am still waiting. Hopefully they will come soon. Can't wait to be creepe..."
"I liked this book. I read it in one sitting. Was not complex, characters were well developed and I didn’t see the plot twist at..."
"I wish I could inherit a bookshop like the Printed Letter Bookshop without the drama. A good read."
"So much richer, deeper and more compelling than the film!"
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"Beautiful time travel romance set in Ireland and a great way to learn about history of the country in early 1990s. Writing is p..."
"I did enjoy this book with the three stories in it. I have always enjoyed Mercedes Lackey's books, and now I must try one of ..."
"An interesting novel full of the twists and turns of history. The novel follows the lives of various people and how their lives..."
"This book is simply astounding on all levels - the Manus setting, circumstances of publication and the extremely powerful and ..."
"Great story to teach our kids about sharing."
"Beautiful story about mother's love.
Nice & easy approach to understand more about mom's daily life."
"We have a lot of laughs reading this story together!"
"Quirky and clever, not generally a reader of fiction, but really enjoyed this short book."
"Hard to put this book down.
It is highly recommended for all ages.
Beautifully written and characters are superbly believable..."
"I liked this book! I would never have guessed the culprit! Nice easy read. Well written."
"Elizabeth Macarthur was a mother, with her love stretched between ‘home’ and this new life very much on the edge of the world. ..."
"Same ol' same ol'. If you've read any Nora Roberts, this is exactly the same, just different names and places. Not worth it if ..."
"This book was hard to enjoy. It was difficult empathizing with the protagonist; the antagonist was too evil in my opinion and t..."
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