1135 books (57 pages) in this category
by Brooks Karen
<i>Consuming Innocence- Popular Culture and Our Children</i> is an engaging and thought-provoking look at the effects of popular culture on children, parenting and family life. It is down to earth, confronting and accessible without sacrificing ...
by Franklin W. Knight
by Jane M. Gaines & Alan Trachtenberg
by Clifford M. Kuhn
by Rebecca Sharpless
Australian Native Foods Recipes and Sources
by John Newton
Native produce business is booming and it’s about to enter a new phase — Australian native ingredients are beginning to turn up in growers’ markets and even local supermarkets. From Warrigal greens and saltbush, to kangaroo and yabbies — ...
by Robert E Snyder
by Tom Keneally
One of the central moral issues of our time is the question of asylum seekers, arguably the most controversial subject in Australia today. In this landmark anthology, twenty-seven of Australia's finest writers have focused their intelligence and
by Tyler Beard
A collectible and fun little book on America's most fashionable footwear, the Small Boot Book is a close up look at the veritable trunk show of some of the most impressive cowboy boot designs from the most prestigious and famed bootmakers in the
by Carolyn M Goldstein
How to Create a Mind-Blowing Food Experience
by Jasper Udink ten Cate
by HENRI BERGSON
The most famous and influential work of distinguished French philosopher Henri Bergson (1859-1941), Creative Evolution features the fullest expression of the philosopher's ideas about the problem of existence, propounding a theory of evolution ...
by Aaron Patrick
'Credlin was Abbott's enforcer, his disciplinarian, his counsellor, his brain, his mother. Her strength as a chief of staff was a sign of his weakness as a prime minister- she gave him the option of disengaging. Credlin allowed Abbott to be who ...
by Marks Russell
If the goal of our justice system is to reduce crime and create a safer society, then we must do better.According to conventional wisdom, severely punishing offenders reduces the likelihood that they'll offend again. Why, then, do so many who go
by David Andress
A blistering assessment of the West's abandonment of history as it succumbs to an attack of social and cultural dementia, by leading historian David Andress. In this blistering book, David Andress shows how the West has abandoned its history ...
A People's History, 1962-1976
by Frank Dikotter
The power of selection in a world of excess
by Michael Bhaskar
by Richard Denniss
A truly modern affliction, affluenza is endemic in Western societies, encouraged by those who profit from a culture of exploitation and waste. So how do we cure ourselves?In this sparkling book of ideas, Richard Denniss shows we must distinguish
by Naben Ruthnum
No two curries are the same.<i> Curry</i> asks why the dish is supposed to represent everything brown people eat, read, and do. Curry is a dish that doesn't quite exist, but, as this wildly funny and sharp essay points out, a dish that doesn't ...
by J.A. Hitchcock