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Whisper on the Wind
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 24

Whisper on the Wind

A stunning picture book about separation, connection and reunion from the team behind the glorious Iceberg, renowned picture book creators Claire Saxby and Jess Racklyeft. This is the wind that carries the whisper from Ren's dream. This is the sailor, long at sea, who catches it. The multi-award-winning duo behind Iceberg returns! With its lyrical, cumulative text and whimsical, richly imagined artwork, Whisper on the Wind is a celebration of the wonders of the ocean and the power of love to find us - wherever we are.

George Allen & Unwin
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 304

George Allen & Unwin

  • Type: Book
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  • Published: 1999
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  • Publisher: Unknown

George Allen & Unwin as a publishing imprint reflected a cross-section of the intellectual achievement of the Twentieth Century. In his Remembrancer, former Chairman Rayner Unwin traces the vicissitudes of his own time with the Company. It is a digressive and personal history, with reflections on the delights as well as the dangers of a style of publishing that is now fast vanishing. He particularly focusses on his memories of publishing famous authors including:* JRR Tolkien * Thor Heyerdahl* Bertrand Russell * Roald DahlThis frank and elegant publishing memoir covers the eventual take-over of the Company. A Remembrancer brings to life this sequence of events which led to the winding up of a distinguished firm.

Allen and Unwin Fiction
  • Language: en

Allen and Unwin Fiction

  • Type: Book
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  • Published: 19??
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  • Publisher: Unknown

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The Weekend
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 320

The Weekend

  • Type: Book
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  • Published: 2020-06-25
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  • Publisher: Hachette UK

THE SUNDAY TIMES 'BEST BOOKS FOR SUMMER 2021' A Times, Guardian and Daily Mail paperback pick A Times, Observer, Independent, Daily Express and Good Housekeeping book of the year 'The Weekend is so great I am struggling to find the words to do it justice' Marian Keyes 'A rare pleasure... I was shocked by how unusual it felt to spend 275 pages exclusively in the company of older women' Sunday Times 'Riveting' Elizabeth Day 'Glorious... Charlotte Wood joins the ranks of writers such as Nora Ephron, Penelope Lively and Elizabeth Strout' Guardian 'A perfect, funny, insightful, novel about women, friendship, and ageing' Nina Stibbe 'Wood ably conveys that older women didn't used to be old, and th...

No Land to Light On
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 320

No Land to Light On

From the author of The Girls at 17 Swann Street comes a “masterful story of tragedy and redemption” (Hala Alyan, author of Salt Houses) “written in soul-searing prose” (BookPage, starred review) about a young Syrian couple in the throes of new love on the cusp of their bright future when a travel ban rips them apart on the eve of their son’s premature birth. Sama and Hadi are a young Syrian couple in love, dreaming of their future in the country that brought them together. Sama came to Boston years before on a prestigious Harvard scholarship; Hadi landed there as a sponsored refugee from a bloody civil war. Now, they are giddily awaiting the birth of their son, a boy whose native l...

Press Out and Colour
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 24

Press Out and Colour

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Lenny's Book of Everything
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 320

Lenny's Book of Everything

"Holy Batman, this is a gorgeous, heartbreaking, heartwarming book." --R.J. Palacio, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Wonder Perfect for readers who love Liar and Spy, Counting by 7s, and Bridge to Terabithia, a heartwarming and transformative novel about family, loss, and never giving up from beloved author Karen Foxlee. Lenny Spink is the sister of a giant. Her little brother, Davey, suffers from a rare form of gigantism and is taunted by other kids and turned away from school because of his size. To escape their cruel reality, Lenny and Davey obsess over the entries in their monthly installment of Burrell's Build-It-at-Home Encyclopedia set. Lenny vows to become a beetle expert, wh...

Imposter
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 288

Imposter

'A book of great openness and courage' - Sir John Kirwan Country boy and television host Matt Chisholm seemed to have it all. With a plum job on TV and a great family, his future looked bright. But behind the happy facade, Matt was barely coping, driving himself into the ground with work and withdrawing from everyone but his family. One day something snapped. After admitting in a social media post that he was struggling with depression, Matt was shocked at the outpouring of public support. It would be the catalyst for him to face up to his unhappiness and change his life. Growing up in Otago, Matt was the sensitive youngest child in a family of four boys, with a difficult home life in which ...

How to Be a Rock Star
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 217

How to Be a Rock Star

THE TOP TEN BESTSELLER 'Candid, brilliant and bizarre' Guardian 'Stories about the frontman and his bandmates are legion ... [like] Peter Kay with menaces' The Sunday Times As lead singer of Happy Mondays and Black Grape, Shaun Ryder was the Keith Richards and Mick Jagger of his generation. A true rebel, who formed and led not one but two seminal bands, he's had number-one albums, headlined Glastonbury, toured the world numerous times, taken every drug under the sun, been through rehab - and come out the other side as a national treasure. Now, for the first time, Shaun lifts the lid on the real inside story of how to be a rock star. With insights from three decades touring the world, which t...

Somebody's Land: Welcome to Our Country
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 24

Somebody's Land: Welcome to Our Country

For thousands and thousands of years, Aboriginal people lived in the land we call Australia. The land was where people built their homes, played in the sun, and sat together to tell stories. When the white people came, they called the land Terra Nullius. They said it was nobody's land. But it was somebody's land. Somebody's Land is an invitation to connect with First Nations culture, to acknowledge the hurt of the past, and to join together as one community with a precious shared history as old as time. Adam Goodes and Ellie Laing's powerful words and David Hardy's pictures, full of life, invite children and their families to imagine themselves into Australia's past - to feel the richness of our First Nations' history, to acknowledge that our country was never terra nullius, and to understand what 'welcome to our country' really means.