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Jews don't count by David Baddiel

Jews don't count

David Baddiel

eBook

"How identity politics failed one particular identity. 'That rarest of things, an apparent 'must read' that turns out to be actual must read. Brilliant stuff.' ADAM KAY 'a masterpiece.'STEPHEN FRY Jews Don't Count is a book for people who consider th...

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Major labels by Kelefa Sanneh

Major labels

Kelefa Sanneh

eBook

"From his own adolescence, when his allegiance was to punk rock, to his work as one of the essential voices of our time on music and culture at the New York Times and the New Yorker, Kelefa Sanneh has made a deep study of how our popular music unites...

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Take risks by John Marsden

Take risks

John Marsden

eBook

John Marsden, the award-winning, bestselling author of the Tomorrow series, has spent his life educating kids and teenagers. He is passionate about the need to prepare them in all ways for the demands of adulthood. As the founder and principal of two...

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The luminous solution by Charlotte Wood

The luminous solution

Charlotte Wood

eBook

In this essential, illuminating book, award-winning writer Charlotte Wood shares the insights she has gained over a career paying close attention to her own mind, to the world around her and to the way she and others work. Drawing on research and decades...

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The magic mindset by Preeti Shenoy

The magic mindset

Preeti Shenoy

eBook

Sometimes, it's not easy to find the silver lining. While positivity is about looking at the bright side of things, the magic mindset embraces and accepts that it is not always possible to do so. Sometimes things get so bleak that our mind refuses to...

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What really happened in Wuhan by Sharri Markson

What really happened in Wuhan

Sharri Markson

eBook

Drawing on new interviews with whistleblower doctors in Wuhan, a Walkley Award-winning journalist, in this part-thriller, part-expose, investigates the origins of COVID-19, the conspiracies, and the classified research.

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Home truths by David Williamson

Home truths

David Williamson

eBook

The revealing and candid memoir of Australia's legendary playwright and screenwriter The definitive memoir of David Williamson, author of iconic dramas such as The Removalists, The Club, Don's Party, Emerald City and Travelling North, as well as more...

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Why did I buy that? by Kirstie Clements

Why did I buy that?

Kirstie Clements

eBook

As a true fashion insider, Kirstie Clements has seen trends come and go, from the sublime to the ridiculous, but she knows real style when she sees it - like a classic loafer that makes you feel comfortable in your own skin or a beautiful winter coat...

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Salad by Margo Flanagan

Salad

Margo Flanagan

eBook

Margo and Rosa firmly believe that a Two Raw Sisters salad is the perfect starting point to any meal. All eaters are welcome in this cookbook, with these recipes suitable for anyone and everyone, whether you're gluten free, dairy free, plant-based,.....

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How to keep your brain young by Kerryn Phelps

How to keep your brain young

Kerryn Phelps

eBook

Professor Kerryn Phelps AM, Australia's most trusted GP, reveals how to keep our most important organ at its best throughout our lives. In her standout new book, Professor Phelps addresses what we all fear: losing mental function as we age. While age...

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The dabbler's guide to witchcraft by Fire Lyte

The dabbler's guide to witchcraft

Fire Lyte

eBook

"Challenge your assumptions about witchcraft, Paganism, and spiritual seeking and learn how to craft your own magical path with this timely and entertaining exploration of what it means to practice witchcraft from the host of the Inciting A Riot podc...

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Note to self journal by Rebekah Ballagh

Note to self journal

Rebekah Ballagh

eBook

Note to Self Journal is jam-packed with inspirational affirmations, thought-provoking journal prompts and exercises that will change your life. Rebekah Ballagh of @journey_to-wellness_ and bestselling book Note to Self has discovered these effective....

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Feast by Miguel Maestre

Feast

Miguel Maestre

eBook

Feast like you mean it! Miguel Maestre shares 100 crowd-pleasing dishes to enjoy with loved ones, from generous salads and delicious tapas ideas to quick weeknight dinners and show-stoppers for special occasions.

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Nellie by Robert Wainwright

Nellie

Robert Wainwright

eBook

When most Australians think of Nellie Melba they picture a squarish middle-aged woman dressed in furs and large hats, an imperious Dame whose voice ruled the world for three decades. But there was much more to her life than adulation and riches. To succeed...

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Everything I love to cook by Neil Perry

Everything I love to cook

Neil Perry

eBook

Sixteen years since the publication of Australian national treasure Neil Perry's groundbreaking bible for home cooks, The Food I Love, comes a bookend to that masterwork: Everything I Love to Cook. Neil's influence on the food culture of Australia and...

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It's your loss by Emma Hopkinson

It's your loss

Emma Hopkinson

eBook

Written by two women who were bereaved at a young age It's Your Loss explores approaches to grieving loss to find the one that's right for you.Any kind of loss - whether the death of a loved one, breakdown of a relationship, or loss of your job - can...

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How to raise a global citizen by Anna Davidson

How to raise a global citizen

Anna Davidson

eBook

Our children have the energy, capacity, and passion to create and nurture a global culture in which inclusion, acceptance, respect, and participation are the core values that underpin a human being's every interaction. As parents and carers, our job is...

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Dear Senthuran by Akwaeke Emezi

Dear Senthuran

Akwaeke Emezi

eBook

"A full-throated and provocative memoir in letters from the New York Times-bestselling author of The Death of Vivek Oji, "a dazzling literary talent whose works cut to the quick of the spiritual self" (Esquire). "I want to write as if I am free," Akwaeke...

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Into the rip by Damien Cave

Into the rip

Damien Cave

eBook

When Damien Cave brought his young family to Sydney to set up the New York Times' Australian Bureau, they encountered the local pursuits of Nippers and surfing - and a completely different approach to risk that changed the way they lived their lives....

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Homo irrealis by André Aciman

Homo irrealis

André Aciman

eBook

In Homo Irrealis Andre Aciman explores what the present tense means to artists who cannot grasp the here and now. Irrealis is not about the present, or the past, or the future, but about what might have been but never was? but could in theory still h...

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In good company by Sophie (Food writer) Hansen

In good company

Sophie (Food writer) Hansen

eBook

Ask anyone to tell you about the most memorable meal of their life and they won't give you a chronological playback of what they ate; they'll tell you about how that meal made them feel. Whether it's a last-minute dinner with neighbours, a family feast...

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Latitude by Nick Crane

Latitude

Nick Crane

eBook

The year is 1735. Twelve unruly men board ships bound for South America. Their mission? To discover the true shape of the earth. They will be exposed to a wilderness of dangers none can imagine. The survivors won't return for ten years. They knew the...

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Shape by Jordan Ellenberg

Shape

Jordan Ellenberg

eBook

"Shape reveals the geometry underneath some of the most important scientific, political, and philosophical problems we face. Geometry asks: Where are things? Which things are near each other? How can you get from one thing to another thing? Those are...

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Quantum computing by Amit Katwala

Quantum computing

Amit Katwala

eBook

Quantum computing has been hailed as a technological game-changer. But what precisely is it and what is its true potential? In this superbly insightful, one-stop guide WIRED journalist Amit Katwala tells you everything you need to know about the next...

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Currowan by Bronwyn Adcock

Currowan

Bronwyn Adcock

eBook

A moving insider's account of surviving one of Australia's worst bushfires - and how we live with fire in a climate-changed world. The Currowan fire - ignited by a lightning strike in a remote forest and growing to engulf the New South Wales South Coast...

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Rethink by Amol Rajan

Rethink

Amol Rajan

eBook

After darkness, there is always light In a time of increasing uncertainty, Rethink offers a guide to a much-needed global 'reset moment', with leading international figures giving us glimpses of a better future after the pandemic. Each contribution explores...

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Living while Black by Guilaine Kinouani

Living while Black

Guilaine Kinouani

eBook

For Black people, the list of everyday activities that lead to racial aggression can feel endless: from driving to jogging, and birding to shopping. But blackness is about so much more. Based on her popular anti-racism blog, 'Race Reflections', psych...

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Senbazuru by Michael James Wong

Senbazuru

Michael James Wong

eBook

A beautiful, meditative guide to folding Japanese paper cranes and to finding peace and contentment in the process In this beautiful and inspiring book, renowned mindfulness and meditation teacher Michael James Wong shares a personal collection of sh...

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34 patients by Tom (Thomas Dunbar) Templeton

34 patients

Tom (Thomas Dunbar) Templeton

eBook

"A profoundly moving portrait of health, hope and humanity in the NHS, told with vivid compassion through one doctor's 34 most memorable cases. We ask so much of our doctors. To heal. To trust. To care. To listen. To tell a man he'll die tomorrow. To...

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Workparent by Daisy Dowling

Workparent

Daisy Dowling

eBook

"An all-in-one resource for every working mother and father. Sure, there are plenty of parenting books out there. But as working moms and dads, we've never had a trusted, go-to guide all our own-one that coaches us on how to do well at work, be the loving...

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Lift your vibe by Richie Norton

Lift your vibe

Richie Norton

eBook

For many of us, work, socialising and keeping fit are more challenging than ever and we are feeling disconnected from and unsure of the world around us. In Lift Your Vibe Richie shares his transformative, simple-to-follow daily rituals that fit into even...

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Why are all the Black kids sitting together in the cafeteria? and other conversations about race by Beverly Daniel Tatum

Why are all the Black kids sitting together in the cafeteria? and other conversations about race

Beverly Daniel Tatum

eBook

Walk into any racially mixed secondary school and you will see young people clustered in their own groups according to race. Is this self-segregation a problem to address or a coping strategy? Beverly Daniel Tatum, a renowned psychology Professor, guides...

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Maybe baby by Sue Saunders

Maybe baby

Sue Saunders

eBook

"Many people find the road to having a family is not the smooth one they always expected. Whether there is an unforeseen physical problem, the lack of a suitable partner, or no problem that can be diagnosed, many people wind up seeking help. Pamphlets...

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Consider the fork by Bee Wilson

Consider the fork

Bee Wilson

eBook

"Bee Wilson is the beloved food writer and historian who writes as the 'Kitchen Thinker' in the Sunday Telegraph, and is the author of Swindled!. Her charming and original new book, Consider the Fork, explores how the implements we use in the kitchen...

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Solutions and other problems by Allie Brosh

Solutions and other problems

Allie Brosh

eBook

"For the first time in seven years, Allie Brosh, the creator of the immensely popular blog 'Hyperbole and a Half' and #1 New York Times bestselling author, returns with her new collection. Solutions and Other Problems includes humorous stories from ...

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Visual Studio Code for Python Programmers by April Speight

Visual Studio Code for Python Programmers

April Speight

eBook

Become proficient and efficient with Visual Studio Code and learn how to integrate all your external tools! Visual Studio Code for Python Programmers helps Python developers become not just familiar, but productive in Visual Studio Code. To start, you'll...

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Introduction to computational thinking by Thomas Mailund

Introduction to computational thinking

Thomas Mailund

eBook

Learn approaches of computational thinking and the art of designing algorithms. Most of the algorithms you will see in this book are used in almost all software that runs on your computer. Learning how to program can be very rewarding. It is a special...

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The unexpected patient by Himali McInnes

The unexpected patient

Himali McInnes

eBook

Stories of life, death and unforgettable clinical cases A psychiatrist and a patient with supernatural connections. A family man's resilience as he recovers from a life-changing terrorist attack. A rural nurse specialist and his incredible roadside rescue...

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Digital customer experience engineering by Lars Wiedenhoefer

Digital customer experience engineering

Lars Wiedenhoefer

eBook

Customer experience engineering applied to the engineering department is rare, but needed. Most companies keep support, UX, engineering, product, and CX separate. To address this gap, this book highlights roles and techniques that are proven to accel...

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Take one fish by Josh Niland

Take one fish

Josh Niland

eBook

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The Anglo-Saxons by Marc Morris

The Anglo-Saxons

Marc Morris

eBook

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Child of mine by Ellyn Satter

Child of mine

Ellyn Satter

eBook

Widely considered the leading book involving nutrition and feeding infants and children, this revised edition offers practical advice that takes into account the most recent research into such topics as: emotional, cultural, and genetic aspects of ea...

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Technopoly by Neil Postman

Technopoly

Neil Postman

eBook

A social critic argues that the United States has become a "technopoly"--A system that sacrifices social institutions for self-perpetuating technological advancement--and suggests ways to use technical skills to enhance our democracy.

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Cleaning up Your Mental Mess by Caroline Leaf

Cleaning up Your Mental Mess

Caroline Leaf

eBook

Bestselling author and neuroscientist offers 5 proven steps to help you overcome the unhealthy thinking habits that contribute to anxiety, depression, and intrusive thoughts, and replace them with positive thinking that leads to health, happiness, and...

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Corona by Karina author Reiss

Corona

Karina author Reiss

eBook

"No other topic dominates our attention as much as coronavirus and COVID-19, the infectious disease it triggers. There's been a global deluge of contradictory opinions, fake news, and politically controlled information. Differing views on the dangers...

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Floret Farm's discovering dahlias by Erin Benzakein

Floret Farm's discovering dahlias

Erin Benzakein

eBook

"Grow and arrange breathtaking dahlias to enhance every occasion. In this luxe compendium, world-renowned flower farmer and floral designer Erin Benzakein reveals all the secrets to cultivating gorgeous dahlias. These coveted floral treasures come in...

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The Jesus I never knew by Philip Yancey

The Jesus I never knew

Philip Yancey

eBook

"There is no writer in the evangelical world that I admire and appreciate more."Billy GrahamPhilip Yancey helps reveal what two thousand years of history covered upWhat happens when a respected Christian journalist decides to put his preconceptions aside...

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The philosophical baby by Alison Gopnik

The philosophical baby

Alison Gopnik

eBook

Alison Gopnik, a leading psychologist and philosopher as well as a mother, explains the groundbreaking new psychological, neuroscientific, and philosophical developments in our understanding of very young children, transforming our understanding of how...

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The right to sex by Amia Srinivasan

The right to sex

Amia Srinivasan

eBook

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The authority gap by Mary Ann Sieghart

The authority gap

Mary Ann Sieghart

eBook

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The founder's dilemmas by Noam Wasserman

The founder's dilemmas

Noam Wasserman

eBook

Often downplayed in the excitement of starting up a new business venture is one of the most important decisions entrepreneurs will face: should they go it alone, or bring in cofounders, hires, and investors to help build the business? More than just ...

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Totto-Chan by Tetsuko Kuroyanagi

Totto-Chan

Tetsuko Kuroyanagi

eBook

This engaging series of childhood recollections tells about an ideal school in Tokyo during World War II that combined learning with fun, freedom, and love. This unusual school had old railroad cars for classrooms, and it was run by an extraordinary ...

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Commercial real estate investing by Dolf De Roos

Commercial real estate investing

Dolf De Roos

eBook

Dolf de Roos's Commercial Real Estate Investing reveals all the differences between residential and commercial investing and shows you how to make a bundle. De Roos explores the different sectors--retail, office space, industrial, hospit.

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Jesus and John Wayne by Kristin Kobes Du Mez

Jesus and John Wayne

Kristin Kobes Du Mez

eBook

A scholar of American Christianity presents a seventy-five-year history of evangelicalism that identifies the forces that have turned Donald Trump into a hero of the Religious Right. How did a libertine who lacks even the most basic knowledge of the ...

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About time by David Rooney

About time

David Rooney

eBook

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Family comforts by Rebecca Wilson

Family comforts

Rebecca Wilson

eBook

An essential family cookbook for every home, let Rebecca Wilson show you how to cook just once for the entire family, giving you more time together around the table. Discover brilliant breakfasts, quick-cook snacks, and midweek meal ideas prepared in...

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A bump in the road by Elle Wright

A bump in the road

Elle Wright

eBook

After losing her son, Teddy, in 2016 at three days old, slowly accepting his loss and processing her grief, Elle Wright and her husband decided to try and become pregnant once more. Yet not even a year after the loss of Teddy, Elle was back in hospital...

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The troubles with us by Alix O'Neill

The troubles with us

Alix O'Neill

eBook

'Derry Girls meets David Sedaris' Elske Rahill 'The writing is full of energy and originality' Irish Times Growing up on the Falls Road in 1990s Belfast, Alix O'Neill has seen it all - burnt-out buses blocking the route to school, the police mistaking...

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A life in words by Les Carlyon

A life in words

Les Carlyon

eBook

The collected writing of one of Australia's most admired authors and journalists, Les Carlyon.

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Being by Adrian Kirk

Being

Adrian Kirk

eBook

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Leo and friends by Lyndsey Uglow

Leo and friends

Lyndsey Uglow

eBook

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Cack-handed by Gina Yashere

Cack-handed

Gina Yashere

eBook

The British comedian of Nigerian heritage and executive producer and writer of the CBS hit series Bob Hearts Abishola chronicles her odyssey to get to America and break into Hollywood in this lively and humorous memoir. According to family superstition,...

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Heiresses by Laura Thompson

Heiresses

Laura Thompson

eBook

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Women in the war by Lucy Fisher

Women in the war

Lucy Fisher

eBook

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London's no. 1 dog-walking agency by Kate (Journalist) MacDougall

London's no. 1 dog-walking agency

Kate (Journalist) MacDougall

eBook

Kate MacDougall always knew her heart wasn't really in her job at Sotheby's. All around her, her friends were finding their dream jobs and whooshing up career ladders, fulfilled and glowing with success, flush with easy credit. After yet another breakage,...

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Gas man by Colin Black

Gas man

Colin Black

eBook

10... 9... 8... 7... 6... That's about as far as you get, counting backwards, as you wait for surgery to begin - and that's all most people know about what I do. But what happens between you conking out and waking up? And what does the anaesthetist have...

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In the wars by Waheed Arian

In the wars

Waheed Arian

eBook

-- ' -- __________ -- Educated __________ -- 'Immensely powerful and moving... Dr Arian's journey, resilience and heart are truly remarkable.' DR RACHEL CLARKE

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Aquanaut by Rick Stanton

Aquanaut

Rick Stanton

eBook

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Coconut & sambal by Lara (Chef) Lee

Coconut & sambal

Lara (Chef) Lee

eBook

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Growing gourmet and medicinal mushrooms = 食用及び薬用きのこの栽培  by Paul Stamets

Growing gourmet and medicinal mushrooms = 食用及び薬用きのこの栽培

Paul Stamets

eBook

After years of living in awe of the mysterious fungi known as mushrooms-chefs, health enthusiasts, and home cooks alike can't get enough of these rich, delicate morsels. With updated production techniques for home and commercial cultivation, detailed...

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Fantastic fungi

Fantastic fungi

eBook

"Companion to the film Fantastic Fungi. Contributions from Michael Pollan, Andrew Weil, Eugenia Bone, and many more expterts make Fantastic Fungi an awe-inspiring visual journey through the exotic, little-known realm of fungi and its amazing potential...

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My Beautiful Black Hair by St. Clair. Detrick-Jules

My Beautiful Black Hair

St. Clair. Detrick-Jules

eBook

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Festive by Julia Stix

Festive

Julia Stix

eBook

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The High 5 Habit by Mel Robbins

The High 5 Habit

Mel Robbins

eBook

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Larrimah by Caroline (Lecturer in journalism) Graham

Larrimah

Caroline (Lecturer in journalism) G...

eBook

Larrimah: hot, barren, a speck of dust in the centre of the nothingness of outback Australia. Where you might find a death adder in the bar and a spider or ten in the toaster. Maybe it's stupid, to write a love letter to a town that looks like this, ...

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Rememberings by Sinéad O'Connor

Rememberings

Sinéad O'Connor

eBook

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We travelled by David Hare

We travelled

David Hare

eBook

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Gelato Messina by Nick Palumbo

Gelato Messina

Nick Palumbo

eBook

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Cooking alone by Kathleen Le Riche

Cooking alone

Kathleen Le Riche

eBook

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Connections by Karl Deisseroth

Connections

Karl Deisseroth

eBook

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