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    God Calling

    Complied in 1935 by two women who were devout Christians, one of the Catholic faith and one of the Anglican faith, school teachers and long-time […]

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    Crystals

    When you pick up this book and open at the introductory page the first words read are “This book is a gift to you…” and […]

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    The Wedding Season

    When you are Sri Lankan, born in Australia, and according to your mother more than ready, if not nearly past your use by date, for […]

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    New Vegetarian Kitchen

    Impressive, flamboyant, celebratory and a totally fantastic, fresh look at the humble vegetable is ensconced within the pages of a lime green cover and a […]

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    Hello Cupcake!

    Get ready to drool and wish you lived in this stunning cookbook! Leila Lindholm’s latest cookbook has finally been translated into English for us all […]

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    Cake Pops

    The Cake Pop trend has well and truly been established with the original idea being credited to Angie Dudley of www.bakerella.com. Essentially cake crumbs mixed […]

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    Immortal

    In this second thriller by Crawford we again meet Ethan Warner and new partner Nicola Lopez as they set off on a clandestine operation to […]

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    Playing House

    Memoirs are tricky things in so far as there has to be a beginning to everything and to this end, in Playing House, Choi has […]

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    The Yoga Ogre.

    This picture book is fantastic; the texts rhythm and cadence make it very easy and enjoyable to read. The illustrations are big, bold and fun […]

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    El Dorado

    The boys from Luna Blanca are back again with their fifth album and in their very definite style have delivered the good once again with […]

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    Messy.

    Messy is as Messy does and is bought to you from the authors that bought you Spoiled and are known for apparently being sassy and […]

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    Skios

    Seldom does a true farce come along disguised as a novel but in Skios there is a true meeting of farce and fantasy. Set on […]

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    Psychic Kids

    Top Australian intuitive psychic Sue Bishop has compiled a collection of must read information addressing many of the issues modern day parents face when discovering […]

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