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Every Building on 100 West Hastings
by Reid Shier
The 100 block of Vancouver’s West Hastings Street is the gateway to one of the most controversial inner-city neighborhoods in North America―the impoverished downtown eastside. The book, featuring numerous essays in the subject, is based on
Collected interviews from Dazed & Confused magazine
by Jefferson Hack
This novelty <i>Star Wars</i> book is full of wise words and sage advice from the galaxy's leading rebel, Princess Leia, and many other brave, confident and radical characters. Full of <i>Star Wars</i> quotes, witty advice and stills from the ...
by Robert G. Williams
by Rebecca Huntley
'The essential work on the Australian people in the twenty-first century.' <b>George Megalogenis</b><BR><BR>At a time when politics seems increasingly negative and our society increasingly divided, <i>Still Lucky</i> shows that we are more ...
Coming Out in the Streets
by Gayle E Pitman
by John-Manuel Andriote
by Annabel Crabb
In <i>Stop at Nothing</i>, Annabel Crabb brings all her wit and perceptiveness to the story of Malcolm Turnbull. This is a memorable look at the Prime Minister in action - his flaws and achievements - as well as his past lives and ...
by James Vance Marshall
From the author of Walkabout come ten of Australia's ancient aboriginal legends, authentically and elegantly retold. ...
by Board Book
The Storm Boy Rescue-Board Book is being released to tie in with the 55th anniversary edition of the Australian classic novella and the remake of the movie, which will star Jai Courtney and Geoffrey Rush. Storm Boy is the timeless story of Mike
by Catherine A. Brekus
by James Wallman
We have more stuff than we could ever need - clothes we don't wear, kit we don't use and toys we don't play with. But having everything we thought we wanted isn't making us happier. It's bad for the planet. It's ...
A Global History
by Andrew F. Smith
<p><i>Sugar: A Global History</i> explores sugar’s reputation as one of the most <span style="line-height: 1.45em;">beloved yet most reviled substances that humans consume. Andrew F. </span><span style="line-height: 1.45em;">Smith’s ...
by Julie Nicholson
Inside the Land of Milk and Money
by Diccon Bewes
Recipes from Home
by Itab Azzam
by Ciaran Carson
The kingdoms of Connacht and Ulster are preparing to do battle with each other. Medb, the sly and envious Queen of Connacht, is on a mission to steal the fabled Brown Bull of Cooley from the men of Ulster. The Ulstermen, crippled by an ancient ...
by Translated By Peter Wortsman
<b><i>'It was a very momentous day, the day on which I was to be slaughtered' </b></i> Bringing together tales of melancholy and madness, nightmare and fantasy, this is a new collection of the most haunting German stories from the past 200 ...
by Reg Dodd
<i>'That's the way it is with us mob. We were brought up to talk kind of sideways. That's the respectful, true Aboriginal way.'</i><BR><BR>Reg Dodd grew up at Finniss Springs, on striking desert country bordering South Australia's Lake Eyre. For
by Andrew McMillen
Of all the creative industries, the most distinct link between drug use and creativity lies within music. The two elements seem to be intertwined, inseparable; that mythical phrase 'sex, drugs and rock and roll' has been bandied about with a ...