1167 books (59 pages) in this category
by Gibbs M. Smith
The definitive study of Joe Hill, American labor martyr, proletarian folk hero, and song writer. ...
by Zoë Boccabella
Leaving the small village of Fossa in Italy in 1939 to meet a father he barely remembered in a place that was far from everything he knew, fifteen-year-old Annibale Boccabella arrived in Australia determined to make a go of it. It was a time ...Audio Book
by Ian James Bickerton
by Thomas A. Christie
A Scottish Adventurer of the Eighteenth Century
by James Buchan
by William S Powell
by Laura Jackson
by Joseph A. Conforti
by Claudia Mesch
<p><p>Joseph Beuys is arguably the most important and most controversial German artist of the late twentieth century, not least because his persona is interwoven with Germany’s fascist past. This book illuminates two defining threads in Beuys’s ...
by John Kenneth Muir
by TGH Strehlow
<p><i>Journey to Horseshoe Bend</i> was first published in 1969 and has been out of print for almost forty years. An Australian literary classic, it was written by TGH (Ted) Strehlow, author of the monumental <i>Songs of Central ...
by Mena Webb
And Other Conversations
by Julia Child
This delightful collection of interviews with "The French Chef" Julia Child traces her life from her first stab at a writing career fresh out of college; to D.C., Sri Lanka, and Kunming where she worked for the Office of Strategic Services (now ...
by Jana Pittman
The revealing autobiography of one of Australia's most successful athletes. ...
The Future Queen (International Edition)
by Katie Nicholl
From the bestselling author of William and Harry and renowned Royal Family news correspondent Katie Nicholl, comes the first in-depth biography of Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge. ...
by Paula Byrne
The remarkable life of the vivacious, clever – and forgotten – Kennedy sister, who charmed the English aristocracy and was almost erased from her family history. The favourite child of Joe Kennedy and favourite sister of Jack, Kick ...
by Jill Bowen
the true story of the greatest pastoral landholder in modern history As a barely literate youth of thirteen, Sidney Kidman ran away from home and worked as an odd-job boy in a grog shanty in outback Australia. He went on to become the greatest ...
by Laura Jackson