1137 books (57 pages) in this category
by John Hirst
'John Hirst is the gadfly of Australian history, stinging and provocative' - STUART MACINTRYE 'essential reading for those who want to ponder, let alone write and teach about, Australian history' - ROBERT MURRAY, <i>The Weekend ...
by Louis R Harlan
Great Yarns and tall tales from the sporting fields, dressing rooms and commentary boxes of Australia
by Peter FitzSimons
Putting his unique spin on our sporting life, Peter FitzSimons celebrates the tall tales and true, the outrageous yarns and the knockabout humour from the footy fields, cricket grounds, dressing rooms, bars and commentary boxes of ...Audio Book
by Marie de Hennezel
Employing an equal measure of modesty and irreverence, she probes the mystery and depth of the enjoyment of physical love at a later stage of life. Through interviews, lectures, and her own analysis - including forays into areas such as tantric ...
by Jan C. Niemira
by Louise Foxcroft
Choosing Kindness and Compassion in an Age of Cruelty and Trolling
by Sue Scheff
<p>A powerful and practical guide to the rise of online shaming and how to survive a digital disaster. Now in paperback! Drawing from real-life stories, Shame Nation gives an in-depth look at how the rise in online shaming is affecting our way ...
by Tessa McWatt
Quotes to Motivate and Inspire
by Becca Cahan
<p>Women are changing the world and these beautifully illustrated words not only embody today's woman, but are sure to inspire women of all ages across the world. Courage. Persistence. Heart. Soul. Wisdom. <br></p><p>Artist Becca Cahan is a
A Graphic History of Uprisings, Breakdowns, Setbacks, Revolts, and Enduring Hope on the Unfinished Road to Women's Equality
by Jen Deaderick
For the Sisters, Misters, and Binary Resisters
by Robyn Ryle
<p>Gender is at the forefront of our cultural landscape today. From pronouns to politics to pop culture, people are finally finding a new freedom in the fluidity of identity. Now more than ever, it's important to understand, embrace, and ...
by James Rebanks
<b>THE <i>SUNDAY TIMES </i>NUMBER ONE BESTSELLER</b><BR><b></b><BR><b></b>Some people's lives are entirely their own creations. James Rebanks' isn't. The first son of a shepherd, who was the first son of a shepherd himself, he and his family ...
by Martin Flanagan
<b>A portrait of Michael Long, the man who changed the Australian game.</b><br><br>In 1995, Aboriginal footballer Michael Long gave the AFL its 'Mandela moment'. He quietly revolutionised Australian sport by refusing to let a racial insult pass ...
by Daniel Allen Cox
Told in first person, <i>Shuck</i> is the pseudo-memoir of a gay hustler who rises to the top of New York’s seedy gay underworld. But as his personal relationships crumble, his attempts to forge a literary career fail, and his drug use takes its
by Lindsay Tanner
<i>'After spending much of my life dedicated to the serious craft of politics, I have to admit that I am distressed by what it is becoming. Under siege from commercial pressures and technological innovation, the media are retreating into an ...
Journey to the songlines of Carpentaria
by John Bradley
John Bradley's compelling account of three decades living with the Yanyuwa people of the Gulf of Carpentaria and of how the elders revealed to him the ancient songlines of their Dreaming. ...
The revolution capitalism has to have--or can accountants save the planet?
by Jane Gleeson-White
An accessible, timely and fascinating account of the revolution going on in the world of finance - and how accountants really can save the planet - from the acclaimed author of <i>Double Entry</i>. ...
The True Story of the First Women's Cross-Country Air Race
by Gene Nora Jessen
<p>In 1929, nineteen gutsy women blazed out of the darkness by setting out from California in propeller-driven planes, each competing to be the winner of the first female cross-country air race. The hazards were many, from disastrous weather to ...
by Gwendolyn Midlo Hall
The Unsettling Story of Horror
by Darryl Jones