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 Australian Non-Fiction

In the autumn of 1992, two young women students at Melbourne University went to the police claiming that they had been indecently assaulted at a party. The man they accused was the head of their co-ed residential college. The shock of these charges split the community and pa... read more

First Stone

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 Australian Non-Fiction

Hailed by David Attenborough, proclaimed a second Charles Darwin, John 'Charlie' Veron almost didn't become a scientist. Disheartened at school, by chance he won a scholarship to a university where he could indulge his passion for the natural world. It was scuba diving... read more

A Life Underwater

Winner, 2014 Indie Award for Non-Fiction
 
Girt. No word could better capture the essence of Australia...
 
In this hilarious history, David Hunt reveals the truth of Australia's past, from megafauna to Macquar... read more

Girt : The Unauthorised History of Australia

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 Australian Non-Fiction

Reading Level:4 Non Fiction

A handsome full-colour book pairing unique items from the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery with selections of original writing about the southern island.Indigenous dispossession, a cruel penal history, gay-rights battles; exceptional landscapes, ... read more

Island Story - Tasmania in Object and Text

An in-depth investigation of the live export trade and an analysis of the intense public drama of 2011. The backstory of this powerful industry and the campaign to bring it to an end are revealed, including aspects of the inner p... read more

Backlash Australia's Conflict of Values Over Live Exports

What a Time to be Alive: That and other lies in the 2016 campaign is the ugly and un-sanitised diary behind the curtain of the double dissolution election campaign. A poll fought between two wildly ambitious men who want t... read more

What a Time to be Alive: That and Other Lies in the 2016 Campaign

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 Australian Non-Fiction

Former business analyst Louise Stephen contracted a flu in her early thirties, an illness that would lead to dialysis and then a kidney transplant. A once reasonably healthy, middle-class professional, Louise was perplexed as to how she could get so sick. She start... read more

Eating Ourselves Sick

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 Australian Non-Fiction

Weather is the oldest story in the worldone we want to keep on telling each other when we meet, as though it were part of who we are, a story that wants to keep on telling itself, and affecting us, whether we like it or not. We breathe it in; we see embodied in ... read more

Australia's Wild Weather
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What does it take to succeed in business? Through telling these local, highly personal stories, this book reveals a thriving business community in the city of Canberra and its surrounding districts. "The stories are told with honesty and passion..and is... read more

Nophoto

What is it really like in Australia's high country? Matthew Higgins traces the mountain experience in a rich variety of ways. Firstly he talks of his own times in the alps as a bushwalker, cross-country skier, historian, and oral-history ... read more

Bold Horizon: High-Country Place, People and Story

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 Australian Non-Fiction

Get a load of these awesome Aussie animals! Lively and lazy, tall and small... which Aussie animals are most dangerous of all? Get fair dinkum facts on underground tricksters, cold-blooded reptiles, adorable marsupials and more. Find out everything you've ever wanted to know about the incredible creatures that call Australia home.

Big Book of Aussie Animals