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Sew It Yourself with by Daisy Braid

Sew It Yourself with

Daisy Braid

Learn the basics of sewing through simple, fun, customisable projects that look amazing.

Many mansions by Gina Cerminara

Many mansions

Gina Cerminara

In this study of one of America's greatest psychics, Edgar Cayce, Gina Cerminara explores the "magnificent possibility" of reincarnation as not only a method to understand our existence, but the truth of it. Using Cayce's detailed and expansive files that span...

The fourth turning is here by Neil Howe

The fourth turning is here

Neil Howe

"The visionary behind the bestselling phenomenon The Fourth Turning looks once again to America's past to predict our future in this startling and hopeful prophecy for how our present era of civil unrest will resolve over the next ten years--and what our lives...

Until the streetlights come on by Ginny Yurich

Until the streetlights come on

Ginny Yurich

In a tech-saturated world, a return to outdoor play is exactly what our children need. Founder of 1000 Hours Outside shows parents how to help their kids discover the fun--not to mention the physical, intellectual, emotional, and spiritual benefits--that...

Ghosts of Honolulu by Mark Harmon

Ghosts of Honolulu

Mark Harmon

A U.S. naval intelligence agent working to safeguard Pearl Harbor; A Japanese spy ordered to Hawaii to gather information on the American fleet. On December 7, 1941, their hidden stories are exposed by a morning of bloodshed that will change the world forever.

The mysterious case of Rudolf Diesel by Douglas Brunt

The mysterious case of Rudolf Diesel

Douglas Brunt

September 29, 1913: the steamship Dresden is halfway between Belgium and England. On board is one of the most famous men in the world, Rudolf Diesel, whose new internal combustion engine is on the verge of revolutionizing global industry forever. But Diesel...

Of love and war by Angela Wanhalla

Of love and war

Angela Wanhalla

"Between 1942 and 1945 more than two million servicemen occupied the southern Pacific theater, the majority of whom were Americans in service with the U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marines. During the occupation, American servicemen married approximately...

Meth road by Conor Woodman

Meth road

Conor Woodman

The growth paradox by Jacky Fischer

The growth paradox

Jacky Fischer

Award-winning CEO Jacky Fischer presents her signature management method to help small businesses scale up by avoiding the most common and destructive pitfalls.If you hold on too tightly as a leader--to your people, to everyday decision-making, to the...

Exile and Ecstasy by Madison Margolin

Exile and Ecstasy

Madison Margolin

The life of birds by David Attenborough

The life of birds

David Attenborough

The world's even dumber criminals

The world's even dumber criminals

"A hilarious collection of all-new true stories of dumb criminals committing stupid crimes A woman filled out a form online to hire a hitman, only to find the website was a fake and law enforcement had a complete record of her attempted crime. A thief on a...

Justice for some by Noura Erakat

Justice for some

Noura Erakat

The struggle for Palestinian sovereignty has been a quest for inclusion in--and recognition from--a world order that left them behind. Sovereignty has become a trap for Palestinians and getting out is a matter of political vision and will. The law does not...

Tired of winning by Jonathan Karl

Tired of winning

Jonathan Karl

Offers an inside look at the road to 2024, what many think is the country's most make-or-break presidential election since those before the Civil War.

The way forward by author Yung Pueblo (Writer)

The way forward

author Yung Pueblo (Writer)

"In this third and final installment of his poetic trilogy, Yung Pueblo expands upon favorite themes while guiding readers further, toward a life lived authentically, intuitively, and in harmony with others. In these rapidly changing times, it is more...

Twelve years a slave by Solomon Northup

Twelve years a slave

Solomon Northup

Kidnapped into slavery in 1841, Solomon Northup spent 12 years in captivity. This autobiographical memoir represents an exceptionally detailed and accurate description of slave life and plantation society.

Upon waking  by Jackie Hill Perry

Upon waking

Jackie Hill Perry

A Woman I Know by Mary Haverstick

A Woman I Know

Mary Haverstick

The true story of a filmmaker whose unexpected investigation of her film's subject opened a new window onto the world of Cold War espionage, CIA secrets, and the assassination of John F. Kennedy. Independent filmmaker Mary Haverstick thought she'd stumbled...

Karma by 1961- Boy George


1961- Boy George

Becoming Elisabeth Elliot by Ellen Santilli Vaughn

Becoming Elisabeth Elliot

Ellen Santilli Vaughn

In this authorized biography, Becoming Elisabeth Elliot, bestselling author Ellen Vaughn uses Elisabeth's private, unpublished journals, and candid interviews with her family and friends, to paint the adventures and misadventures God used to shape one of the...

Deliberate calm by Jacqueline Brassey

Deliberate calm

Jacqueline Brassey

"A trio of McKinsey & Company veterans draws from a combination of psychology, neuroscience, and consciousness practices plus a combined 50-plus years of international board room experience to offer as approach to learning and leading with awareness and...

Understanding ADHD in girls and women

Understanding ADHD in girls and women

"Written by expert professionals, this book provides comprehensive information about available support for women and girls with ADHD and tips for clinicians and professionals who work with them. The symptoms of ADHD are no less impairing in females than males,...

Masterclass by Abigail Ahern


Abigail Ahern

Food wars! 9, Diamond generation  by Yuto Tsukuda

Food wars! 9, Diamond generation

Yuto Tsukuda

With bento boxes being the theme of the first round of the Fall Classic's finals, Soma, in her quest to defeat Alice Nakiri, creates a boxed lunch unlike any that has been seen before.

Garlic, olive oil + everything else by Daen Lia

Garlic, olive oil + everything else

Daen Lia

Daen Lia's stunning modern Mediterranean dishes have taken social media by storm thanks to their show-stopping textures and bold flavours. This much-anticipated cookbook is the essential collection of her recipes for lovers of olive oil, garlic, butter and all...

Efficient Linux at the command line by Daniel J. Barret

Efficient Linux at the command line

Daniel J. Barret

Take your Linux skills to the next level! Whether you're a system administrator, software developer, site reliability engineer, or enthusiastic hobbyist, this practical, hands-on book will help you work faster, smarter, and more efficiently. You'll learn how...

Things you may find hidden in my ear by Mosab Abu Toha

Things you may find hidden in my ear

Mosab Abu Toha

"In this poetry debut, the first collection from any Gazan poet to be published in English, Mosab Abu Toha writes directly from the experience of growing up and living one's entire life in Gaza, the world's largest open-air prison camp. These poems emerge from...

Button pusher by Tyler Page

Button pusher

Tyler Page

A memoir-driven realistic graphic novel about Tyler, a child who is diagnosed with ADHD and has to discover for himself how to best manage it. Tyler's brain is different. Unlike his friends, he has a hard time paying attention in class. He acts out in goofy,...

Blanketmen by Richard O'Rawe


Richard O'Rawe

The geek way by Andrew McAfee

The geek way

Andrew McAfee

Controligarchs by Seamus Bruner


Seamus Bruner

"Imagine a world in which you own nothing and rent everything. Most of the protein in your diet comes from bugs, while lab-grown meats are a rare, expensive delicacy. You are not allowed to have more than one child, and your financial and medical data are...

Directed by James Burrows by James Burrows

Directed by James Burrows

James Burrows

"From the director of The Mary Tyler Moore Show, Taxi, Cheers, Frasier, Friends, and Will & Grace comes an insightful and nostalgic memoir that offers a bounty of behind-the-scenes moments from our favorite shows, peeling away the layers behind how a...

Flirting with danger by Janet Wallach

Flirting with danger

Janet Wallach

The true story of socialite spy Marguerite Harrison, who slipped behind enemy lines in Russia and Germany in the fraught period between the world wars Foreign correspondent. Author. Filmmaker. Spy. Marguerite Harrison was born into Gilded Age American...

The jolliest bunch by Danny Pellegrino

The jolliest bunch

Danny Pellegrino

"For many families, the holiday season is--in a word--unhinged. In no family is that more true than in Danny Pellegrino's, beloved podcast host of Everything Iconic and bestselling author. Inappropriately improvised monologues at the children's Christmas...

Girl, Transcending by AJ Clementine

Girl, Transcending

AJ Clementine

Real-world life lessons about acknowledging and celebrating all the things that make you unique, from TikTok sensation, model and LGBTQI+ advocate, AJ Clementine.

They called me a lioness by Ahed Tamimi

They called me a lioness

Ahed Tamimi

"What would you do if you grew up repeatedly seeing your home raided? Your parents arrested? Your mother shot? Your uncle killed? Try, if just for a moment, to imagine this was your life. How would you want the world to react?" Ahed Tamimi's father was born in...

The 38 letters from J.D. Rockefeller to his son by John D. (John Davison) Rockefeller

The 38 letters from J.D. Rockefeller to his son

John D. (John Davison) Rockefeller

"The 38 Letters from J.D. Rockefeller to His Son" offers an intimate and profound glimpse into the extraordinary mind and life of one of history's most influential figures, John D. Rockefeller, as he imparts his perspectives, ideology, and timeless wisdom to...

Breaking Twitter by Ben Mezrich

Breaking Twitter

Ben Mezrich

Gripping and darkly comic, Breaking Twitter takes readers inside the battle between one of the most intriguing, polarizing, influential men of our time - Elon Musk - and the company that owns our world's best hope for a shared global conversation.From employee...

Money box by Paul (Investigative journalist) Lewis

Money box

Paul (Investigative journalist) Lew...

I'm Liz Hayes by Liz Hayes

I'm Liz Hayes

Liz Hayes

Liz Hayes has graced our television screens for more than four decades. Millions of Australians kicked off their weeks with Liz co-hosting Channel 9's Today show, and now for over 25 years have settled into their Sunday nights to watch her investigative...

Blue machine by Helen Czerski

Blue machine

Helen Czerski

Mary Berry's baking bible by Mary Berry

Mary Berry's baking bible

Mary Berry

The definitive baking collection from the undisputed queen of cakes.This stunning new edition brings together the best of Mary Berry's most mouth-watering bakes. With 250 foolproof recipes, Mary Berry's Baking Bible has all the favourites, from Frosted Walnut...

Can conflict end? by J. (Jiddu) Krishnamurti

Can conflict end?

J. (Jiddu) Krishnamurti

Comedy book by Jesse David Fox

Comedy book

Jesse David Fox

"From a beloved comedy critic, a wisecracking, heartfelt, and overdue chronicle of comedy's boom-and its magic"--

Emperor of Rome by Mary Beard

Emperor of Rome

Mary Beard

Emperor of Rome explores the fact and fiction of the rulers of the ancient Roman world, asking what they did, why they did it, and why their stories have been told in the extravagant, sometimes lurid, ways that they have. It looks at big questions of power,...

EMDR toolbox by Brittany Forrester

EMDR toolbox

Brittany Forrester

Eye MovementDesensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy is an extensively researched, effective psychotherapy method proven to help people recover from trauma and other distressing life experiences, including PTSD, anxiety, depression, and panic...

Sundays by Sophie Godwin


Sophie Godwin

Saga by Hannah Mettner


Hannah Mettner

"In Saga, the permafrost is melting and the secrets frozen within are emerging. Nothing is spared, from the old family recipe for pineapple cheesecake to the portrait of an ancestor, from the wife who sleeps with an axe under her bed to the tough heart of a...

The glow up by Paula Joye

The glow up

Paula Joye

"Six simple steps to the best skin of your life. Do pores really open and close? Is eye cream necessary? Should you be rubbing snail slime all over your face? Award-winning journalist Paula Joye is sharing her secrets, so that you too can achieve the inner and...

Rambutan by Cynthia Shanmugalingam


Cynthia Shanmugalingam

Stoic at work by Annie Lawson

Stoic at work

Annie Lawson

"A sharply observed workplace survival guide that spins 49 entertaining modern rules from the wisdom of Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius. Marcus Aurelius's timeless insights into human behaviour show that 2000 years on, not much has changed in the workplace and...

Art therapy techniques and applications by Susan I. (Susan Irene) Buchalter

Art therapy techniques and applications

Susan I. (Susan Irene) Buchalter

Art Therapy Techniques and Applications contains an original composite of therapeutic goals and evocative ideas that can be used with a wide variety of clients. This book is filled with innovative suggestions and plans that are easily implemented: from brief...

The complete eldercare planner by Joy Loverde

The complete eldercare planner

Joy Loverde

"Newly updated and trusted for more than three decades by family caregivers and professionals alike, this comprehensive and reassuring caregiving guide offers the crucial information you need to look after your elder and plan for the future"--

No finish line by Johnny Ruffo

No finish line

Johnny Ruffo

A rags-to-riches memoir of a cheeky tradie who stole Australia's hearts on The X Factor and Home and Away, then faced the biggest battle of his life: brain cancer. Johnny Ruffo came to Australia's attention when he entered The X Factor in 2011. A concreter...

Property by Rowan Moore


Rowan Moore

Quaint Deeds by A. J. Mackinnon

Quaint Deeds

A. J. Mackinnon

The Bedwetter by Sarah Silverman

The Bedwetter

Sarah Silverman

Shockingly funny book from the controversial and brilliant American comedian: This is the book your mother warned you about but you have to read anyway.

The Josiah manifesto by Jonathan Cahn

The Josiah manifesto

Jonathan Cahn

The Josiah Manifesto opens up the stunning mysteries that lie behind the dramatic events of recent times that have changed our world - and the message hidden within them with regard to what lies ahead.

Nobody ever told me anything by Rachael "Steak" Finley

Nobody ever told me anything

Rachael "Steak" Finley

At 11 years old, Rachael Finley was left alone, squatting in a vacation rental in South Florida. What she wasn't told leads the story, and her reinvention from foster child to internet phenom , cancer survivor to fashion designer, is as wild as her résumé,...

Rewired by Eric Lamarre


Eric Lamarre

"Digital transform is hard. It is tempting to point to the "usual suspects" as the reasons for these shortfalls: cumbersome IT estates, poor data, lack of talent, among others. These issues are real, but they also tend to mask more fundamental issues that are...



A...contemporary, and global look at design diversity, past and present, through essays, interviews, and images curated by design educator and advocate Kaleena Sales.As the design industry reexamines its emphasis on Eurocentric ideologies and wrestles with its...

Seeing through the smoke by Peter author. Grinspoon

Seeing through the smoke

Peter author. Grinspoon

"Seeing Through the Smoke is an unflinching examination at the grossly misunderstood drug that uses data-driven medical science and a critical historical perspective to reveal the truth behind cannabis. In this balanced and measured investigation, Cannabis...

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