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 Australian Non-Fiction

From Andrew Chapman, the best-selling author of Woolsheds, comes a stunning new photographic book exploring the world around the sheds, the shearers, the roustabouts, the dogs, the dunnies and the sheds themselves.

Around the Sheds
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Since 1970 seventy-three political leaders within the major parties have been forcibly removed from their leadership positions. And at the heart of the turmoil is the media, with its 24-hour news cycle making political... read more

Disposable Leaders  Media and Leadership Coups from Menzies to Abbott

Get a load of these awesome Aussie animals! Lively and lazy, tall and small... which Aussie animals are most dangerous of all? Get fair dinkum facts on underground tricksters, cold-blooded reptiles, adorable marsupials and more. Find out everything you've ever wanted to know about the incredible creatures that call Australia home.

Big Book of Aussie Animals

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 Australian Non-Fiction

Bogans - those most authentic, outrageous and fun-loving Aussie - are everywhere. Truth is, they have been walking the earth since the days of The Sphinx (check the mullet) and Christianity (long-hair and thongs - who is JC kidding?) before exploding down under in the fo... read more

The Bogan Bible

Soon we will all decide if and how indigenous Australians will be recognised in the constitution. In this essential book, several leading indigenous writers and thinkers provide a road map to recognition. These eloquent essays show what constit... read more

A Rightful Place: A Road Map to Recognition

Antipodes: In Search of the Southern Continent is a new history of an ancient geography. It reassesses the evidence for why Europeans believed a massive southern continent existed, and why they advocated for its discovery. When ships were eq... read more

Antipodes : In Search of the Southern Continent

Category:

 Australian Non-Fiction

Cavemen tamed fire then they tamed animals, wild ancestors of the domestic breeds that have been with us ever since. From the city beggar sharing a blanket with a bull terrier to oil-sheiks breeding Arabian horses, humans are suckers for animals. Writers are not immune. Le... read more

Man and Beast

Category:

 Australian Non-Fiction

The Best Australian Poems reveal the impressive depth, diversity and boldness of this country's poetic talent. For the second year in a row, award-winning poet, critic and academic Sarah Holland-Batt selects Australia's finest poems, from both rising stars and... read more

Best Australian Poems 2017

What a Time to be Alive: That and other lies in the 2016 campaign is the ugly and un-sanitised diary behind the curtain of the double dissolution election campaign. A poll fought between two wildly ambitious men who want t... read more

What a Time to be Alive: That and Other Lies in the 2016 Campaign

Category:

 Australian Non-Fiction

'Fireworks on the field and in the night sky, an awesome crowd making lots of noise and the action from some of the world's best cricketers ... Electrifying!' CHRIS LYNNThe KFC Big Bash League's sixth season and the Rebel Women's BBL second season once again saw re... read more

Big Bash Book 2017-18

The story of the Rugby League World Cup, vividly brought to life with first-hand stories from the players, coaches and administrators who were behind the big moments. More than sixty years ago, Paul Barriere decided... read more

Their Finest Hour: A History of the Rugby League World Cup in 10 Matches

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 Australian Non-Fiction

In The Best Australian Stories, acclaimed writer Maxine Beneba Clarke brings together our country's leading literary talents. An award-winning short-story writer herself, Clarke selects exceptional stories that resonate with experience and truth, and celebra... read more

Best Australian Stories 2017