1164 books (59 pages) in this category
by Maya Angelou
My incredible true story of how I learned to live with the many personalities sharing my body
by Kim Noble
Chasing the Chaos of Mental Illness
by Sheila Hamilton
Lost Overboard in the Indian Ocean
by Brett Archibald
by Anita Heiss
<i>I'm Aboriginal. I'm just not the Aboriginal person a lot of people want or expect me to be. </i>What does it mean to be Aboriginal? Why is Australia so obsessed with notions of identity? Anita Heiss, successful author and passionate ...
The Man Who was W.G.
by Richard Tomlinson
The truth about one of the most brutal POW camps in World War II and the triumph of the Aussie spirit
by Roger Maynard
by Dean Grodzins
by Anne Salmond
<p>This is the story of Amiria s life and marriage as told to Anne Salmond. Amiria was born on the East Coast at Tuparoa late last century and her story begins with her childhood spent both in her grandmother's raupo hut and the magnificent ...
One Woman's Remarkable Life Story and Her Fight for the Right to Die with Dignity
by Marie Fleming
by Khizr Khan
by Joy Harjo
In this powerful and stirring collection, Joy Harjo reflects on moving to her tribe’s original lands for the first time, on the blessings and difficulties of remembering and re-experiencing her tribe’s forced removal, and on being ...
by Janet Frame
<b>With a heartfelt introduction from Jane Campion. Janet Frame brings the skill of an extraordinary novelist and poet to these vivid and haunting recollections.<BR><BR></b>Gathered here in a single edition are the three parts of Janet Frame's ...
What the Herd Taught Me about Love, Courage and Survival
by Françoise Malby-Anthony
<b>"The most magical book about the African bush since <i>Born Free</i>." <i>Daily Mail </i> </b> A blonde, chic Parisienne, Françoise never expected to find herself living on a South African game reserve. But when she fell in love with ...
by Hannah Pakula
Following Mother Teresa in search of an authentic life
by Mary Johnson
A Memoir of Moods and Madness
by Kay Redfield Jamison
<i>I was used to my mind being my best friend. Now, all of a sudden, my mind had turned on me: it mocked me for my vapid enthusiasms; it laughed at all of my foolish plans; it no longer found anything interesting or enjoyable or worthwhile.</i>
The enthralling account of what happened after the Titanic sank
by Christopher Ward
A Story of Love, Loss and Resilience
by George Szego
His ninetieth year just behind him, former psychiatrist and Holocaust survivor <B>George Szego</B> reflects on the mysteries of grief, loss and desire.  <BR /><BR /> “Sentenced to life” by the Nazis at the age of sixteen, ...
by Andrew Wyeth