1135 books (57 pages) in this category
Stories and recipes from Australian kitchens
by Jacqui Newling
<p>Handwritten recipes passed through the generations, tales of goats running wild in colonial gardens and early settlers’ experimentation with native foods … <i>Eat Your History</i> dishes up stories and recipes from Australian kitchens and ...
by Jonathan Safran Foer
<b><i>Eating Animals</i> is Jonathan Safran Foer's eye-opening account of where meat comes from</b><b></b>'I simply wanted to know - for myself and my family - what meat is. Where does it come from? How is it produced? What are the economic, ...
by Richard Denniss
'Our world abounds with businesspeople and politicians spouting arguments that sound like economics, but aren't. If you fear you've been taken in- or have just had your doubts- this is the book to set things straight. It is the best guide you'll
by CORE ESPP Team
Economy, Society, and Public Policy is a new way to learn economics. It is designed specifically for students studying social sciences, public policy, business studies, engineering and other disciplines who want to understand how the economy ...
by Loos Noel & Mabo Koiki
Here, largely in his own words, is the incredible story of Edward Koiki Mabo, from his childhood on the Island of Mer through to his struggle within the union cause and the black rights movement. Tragically, Mabo died just months before the ...
by Wonsun Shin
A Global History
by Diane Toops
A beguiling tour in a bite-sized book, this mix of anecdotes, recipes and cultural history journeys through the lore of the most versatile of foods - the egg. <div>According to Hindu scripture, the world began as an egg, laid by a swan floating ...
by Frank Bongiorno
It was the era of Hawke and Keating, Kylie and INXS, the America's Cup and the Bicentenary. It was perhaps the most controversial decade in Australian history, with high-flying entrepreneurs booming and busting, torrid debates over land rights
by Andy Orchard
<b><i>'She stood by the standing-beam, summoned her strength- her eyes blazed fire, she snorted venom, Brynhild, Budli's daughter'</i></b> Compiled by an unknown scribe in Iceland around 1270, and based on sources dating back centuries ...
by Benjamin Errett
Celine Dion. Kanye West. Hamilton. Stranger Things. Wes Anderson. The Bachelor. Doctor Who. House Hunters. The Girl on the Train. We all have our most and least favorite things. But why?<br><br>This smart, funny and well-researched book brings ...
by Fredrik Engelstad
The Transformation of Art Publishing in Britain
by Anna Nyburg
by CICO Books
<DIV><P>This fantastic collection of wise and powerful words is a must-have for any 21st-century woman. Whether you want a reminder of your worth, a boost towards smashing boundaries and glass ceilings or simply a hit of positivity, you'll ...
by Bourne Joel
<b>An award-winning environmental journalist introduces a new generation of farmers and scientists on the frontlines of the next green revolution.</b> When Malthus famously outlined the brutal relationship between food and population, he ...
by Katherine Jellison
by Carrie Gracie
by Carrie Gracie
by Ann Francke
Equality at work expert Ann Francke reveals how to understand and tackle the damaging consequences of gender imbalance in the workplace<BR><BR>Gender balance is first and foremost a business issue. McKinsey estimates we could add 28 trillion to ...
The Freedom Trails
by Monty Halls
Some of the great untold stories of the Second World War concern the freedom trails, the highly dangerous escape routes out of Nazi Occupied Europe. Over 5,000 British, Commonwealth and American servicemen made the journey over the Pyrenees, the