When the World Was Soft

Yindjibarndi Creation Stories From the moment When the World was Soft is held, it exudes a magic feeling. The soft cover, the mysterious and ghostly illustrations, and the title all add to this feeling. The welcome note from the CEO of the Juluwarlu Group Aboriginal...

Greatest Walks of the World

200 incredible hikes of a lifetime: amazing adventures and epic trails Greatest Walks of the World is a stunning book. Visually the photos of each walk make you long to be there and the easy access to information makes it more desirable. The authors says that the book...

The Floating World

As with many of Fallen’s works a delicate slice of poetry accompanies the music, this time it is from Nazim Hikmet a Turkish Poet known for his lyric and political poems. Read the verse, listen to the music and allow your mind to float free, to enjoy your special...

Syncretic String

From the first note Syncretic Strings from Strunz and Farah is vibrant, intense and once the final note has been played there is a distinct desire to stand and loudly applaud. Released in March this year the duo has over the ten tracks, displayed a passion and...

The Atlas of Abandoned Places

The globe is littered with forgotten monuments.  Oliver Smith, four-time Travel Writer of the Year award winner’s ‘Atlas of Abandoned Places’ features fifty of these forgotten monuments. He shines the light on places the world has long forgotten; some well know,...

John & George in Spirit: Harmonics of the Heart

Back in the mid 1960’s the pop group The Beatles rose to fame and fortune. Their light burned brightly for five years before they disbanded, each to go their own way, but leaving behind a legacy of music that has stood the test of time; the lyrics of many of their...

World-whizzing Facts

Awesome Earth Questions Answered Have you ever examined animal poo? Which animal has square poo? Which creature’s delicious vomit might actually be good for you? On which planet(s) might it rain diamonds? You can find the answers and more in Dr Emily Grossman’s book...

Where We Swim

Where We Swim as a title immediately draws in a reader who is interested in swimming and nature, travel, and family; but first, the swimming. Ingrid Horrocks explains feelings about immersing her body in water. Any water: baths, pools, oceans or rivers. She describes...

Meet the Oceans

This colourful soft covered Picture Book is a splendid way to introduce the oceans of the world to children. The format of the book, that is, clear print, rhyming text, and large bright illustrations makes it instantly attractive for young readers. The illustrations...

The Woodland Trust: Into The Forest

Beautifully constructed and presented this non-fiction book, The Woodland Trust: Into the Forest, has been created for a wide age range of readers, with an excellent use of language which is not to complex and yet describes the subject matter, that of the forests of...

Love Around the World

Same sex marriage and parenting is a real component of modern-day life. In celebration of this Fleur Pierets and illustrator Fatinha Ramos have created a colourful children’s book, Love Around the World, discussing marriage between same sex couples, putting into...

Journey For Mankind

Anyone who has ever flown long haul, looking out into the endless blue sky as dawn is breaking or night is drawing in will relate to this latest, very peaceful album from the talented duo of Tom Moore and Sherry Finzer, as they have once again collaborated to create a...