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    Puppy Love

    Told entirely from the perspective of a very self-important little dachshund, Hercules by name, this book is very funny and easy to read. It makes […]

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    Nothing Matters

    Man, Oh Man! Talk about wanting to read Philosophy well go right ahead and try to get your head about the Nothing syndrome and you […]

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    Giving Voice

    On Giving Voice you can and maybe should get very technical with the style and rhythm of each piece but in many ways, by doing […]

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    Inside of a Dog

    Dog Lovers be warned. What you thought you knew about your dog is about to be challenged in this thought provoking look at what really […]

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    Sammy I Love You

    When you are young, in love and have the future ahead of you like a shining beacon, it is hard to believe life can throw […]

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    The Colour Fairies

    The Colour Fairies is a “know your colours” book in the guise of a princess and her colourful fairy helpers getting her ready for the […]

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    Yes, Prime Minister

    Welcome back James Hackett with a refreshing look at Politics: for the fans of yesteryear enjoy the voyage and to the fans of today welcome […]

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    How To Plant a Tree

    Enjoy trees as they have never been presented before – with a love of the majesty along with the folkloric which is contained within.   Divided […]

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    Stella Makes Good

    Stella makes good is a humorous, bubbly and entertaining novel about how Stella and her girlfriends deal with the surprises life throws them.  Love, friendship […]

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    Kangaroos Hop

    Join the journey of the bush creatures presented in simple, colourful, easy to understand style and as with all Ros Moriartys stories see what happens […]

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    Covenant

    During and archaeological dig in Israel a tomb is discovered with a skeleton, that while resembling modern man, is far larger and more intricate than […]

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    The Future of Us

    Everyone wonders what’s in their future but never really believes they will ever find out. But when neighbours Josh and Emma insert a free AOL […]

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    Emerald

    Set firmly in Elizabethan times this historical romance is one that will keep you turning the pages when you should be doing something else – […]

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    Ten Scared Fish

    Bright and attractive this learning to count for little people can’t help but teach and entertain along the way. Join Ten Scared Fish on their […]

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    Love Brought Me Back

    Rich, emotional, loving: full of despair and rebirth, this is Natalie Cole’s memoir rather than biography; a tribute to the power of love over despair […]

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    Peaceful Journey

    Utter bliss! That is really all I need to say about this latest release from Syversen. Complete and utter bliss! Rich, enjoyable, deep and delicious […]

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