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    Jodie’s Rescue

    A book for young adults set around Sydney Harbour. Bullying, racism, love and loss are woven into the story in which the heroine, Jodie faces […]

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    What a Way to Go

    In 1988 Harper Richardson is twelve years old. Her Mum and Dad are divorced and she lives with her Mum. This is her story about […]

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    Phantom Wings over the North

    This is Desmond O’Connor’s first novella, and reflects his love and knowledge of the Australian outback, as well as his experiences with the Royal Flying […]

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    Mistletoe and Mr. Right

    Sometimes it is a great relief to curl up with a light hearted romantic novel and just relax. In this book we are given not […]

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    Night Owls

    Beatrix is a budding artist who misses the train and has to take the ‘all-nighter’ known as the ‘owl bus’ home, finally accepting that as […]

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    The Reluctant Jillaroo

    When Heidi’s twin Harper crashes over her skateboard and wrecks her knee, she ends up in hospital rather than on the bus to Jillaroo camp […]

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    Boundary

    The five teenagers in this fantasy novel lead a very ordered, uncomplicated, limited existence in a beautiful manor. The story is set in Victorian times, […]

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    Space Dumplins

    Graphic novel characters come to life in a space story about life in far space and strange other events, as well as strange space machines […]

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    Belzhar

    This novel is a wonderful blend of realism and fantasy. In today’s society, teenager readers are aware of cruelty and bullying and the depression that […]

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    My Life As an Alphabet

    My Life As An Alphabet was an interesting read. Although the book is aimed at my age group and above the vocabulary in this is […]

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    The Temple of Sapience

    Convoluted and challenging we are drawn into the fantasy world of “elves”, the dark and the light and adventure true to the heart of those […]

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    Smoulder

    Deep and dark, filled with twists and turns, plots and sub plots Smoulder will definitely have it for the YA reader market. Daphne, daughter of […]

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    Hatchling Heroes

    In this his first novel, Hayden Selfe has created a masterful portrait in the world of fantasy Fiction with his clearly defined characters and well […]

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    Dash & Lily’s Book of Dares

     Lily leaves a little red notebook tucked away in a shelf in her very favourite bookstore and finds out just what happens when Mr Right […]

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    Dead, Actually

    Popularity, intrigue, love, romance with a dash of blackmail and a crush? Are you ready for Kaz Delaney’ Dead Actually? Welcome to Ruth Throsby High […]

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    Dear Scarlett

    Dear Scarlett is a fun, adventure filled novel. The beginning is just BOOM! And you are in to it.A mysterious cardboard box addressed to Scarlett, […]

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    Destiny

     Destiny – Book 1 of a trilogy on Bomcard, and debut novel for Anthony La Riccia, makes interesting reading as it collects a vast array […]

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    This Beautiful Life

    Never has the topic of cyber bullying, Face Book and the like, along the fallout effect of viral media been so topical. Well known author […]

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    From Kinglake to Kabul

    Out of tragedy comes hope, out of hope comes understanding and out to understanding comes growth. The tragedy of the Victorian Fires in the summer […]

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    Messy

    This book is from the authors that bought you Spoiled and are known for apparently being sassy and sharp critiquing fashion and celebrities around the […]

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