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    We Are Not Most People

    In We Are Not most people poet and author Tracy Ryan draws an intriguing concept around the human psyche that captures the very beautiful, but […]

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    Miss Burma

    Emotional and enthralling, Miss Burma shines a light directly onto and into the political situation that is sadly all too relevant for many ethnic minorities […]

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    Finn’s Feather

    In this delicately insightful story about love, loss and forever, Rachel Noble draws on personal experience to offer a gentle pathway forward for anyone who […]

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    Truly, Wildly, Deeply

    For young people a first romance is an area of great mystery. For Annie, this is compounded by the fact that she has a mild […]

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    My Grandfather’s War

    It is unusual for war to be discussed in a Children’s Picture Book, but this gently told story is narrated by eight year old Sarah, […]

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    The Passengers

    As the title suggests, this book looks at journeys. Not only the physical trip from country to country, but the journey people make as they […]

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    White Gum Creek

    Nick Langtree had lost what he considered the lot in a devastating bushfire which killed his wife and unborn child, laying to waste much of […]

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    Valensteins

    Fran, who looks very much like a miniature version of Frankenstein, is the main character in this Children’s Picture Book. It has many scary looking […]

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