Archives for Coming Soon

100 Things to Know About Saving the Planet

How could plastic-eating bacteria help reduce waste? Can a river be given human rights? Could we generate all the power we need from the sun and the wind? How do woolly sweaters help penguins in peril? Would building a giant sunshade in space stop the world from overheating? Find the answers to these questions and more in this bold, graphic and exciting book, full of big, small and unexpected ways to save the planet.Illustrations: Full colour throughout. ISBN: 9781474981835 Format: Hardback
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Categories: Childrens, Non-Fiction, and October Release.

Warriors: the Broken Code 4

The #1 nationally bestselling Warriors series continues! Discover more epic adventures in the fourth book in the action-packed Broken Code story arc. Exiled after a battle that left all five Clans devastated, ThunderClan’s loyal deputy, Squirrelflight, must bring to light an earth-shattering truth: the identity of the cat ruling ThunderClan while wearing Bramblestar’s face.While the fate of his body hangs in the balance, the real Bramblestar’s spirit has vanished. Even Rootspring is powerless to reach him-and with tensions among the Clans at a breaking point, Squirrelflight may not be able to ensure Bramblestar has a body to return to. If
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Categories: Childrens and October Release.

365 Days of Drawing

A year of easy to progressively harder daily challenges to learn the fundamentals of drawing. You want to learn to draw. You know you have to practice. Every day. But it is that blank sheet of paper that sets off the “what do I draw?” and “I don’t know how to draw it!” panic. That is where 365 Days of Drawing comes in. There is a step-by-step drawing exercise for every day of the year. Each shows the steps from the first line to the last and a brief text explains the steps. You can move through the book front
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Categories: Art & Design, How-To, and October Release.

Zero Proof Drinks and Others

Leave no guest out and get creative with on-trend drink recipes perfect for every occasion. Zero Proof Drinks and More offers delicious and mindful drinks for every guest and every occasion. Maureen Petrosky, an Entertaining and Lifestyle Expert, shares over 100 no-alcohol and low-alcohol recipes for cocktails, spritzers, ciders, coffees, shandies and radlers, and a whole lot more. The reasons for no- and low-alcohol drinking are as varied as the drinks themselves – ranging from religious belief to pregnancy to living a healthier lifestyle to the role of “designated driver.” There’s a worldwide trend toward lower alcohol consumption, and 52
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Categories: Food & Cooking and October Release.

Treasures of the Valley of the Kings

Take a spectacular armchair voyage to one of earth’s most magnificent and ancient sites: Egypt’s Valley of the Kings. This exquisitely produced guide is lavishly illustrated with more than 800 pictures (including archeological reconstruction drawings); 6 gatefolds; and the finest paper. Conducted by a team of world-acknowledged experts who provide the most up-to-date information, this virtual guidebook to Egypt’s greatest treasures is the perfect mix of artistic brilliance and scholarly research. The Valley of the Kings and the tombs of the nobles are, with the pyramids of Giza, among the world’s best-known sites. Yet a significant portion of this remarkable
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Categories: Art & Design, History, Non-fiction, and October Release.

Urban Wild

In Australia, we are fortunate that so many wild species can be seen without us having to leave our own homes. It might not occur to us just how special it is to look through the window and spot a squadron of jewel-coloured rainbow lorikeets spearing through the air to join their mates in a nearby tree, or to witness the amusing antics of your neighbourhood flock of shrieking, cheeky sulphur-crested cockatoos. We are in danger of taking the animals that live around us for granted, or worse still, of finding them a nuisance and looking for ways to deter
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Categories: Natural history and October Release.

Coodabeen Champions

Share a trip down memory lane with The Coodabeen Champions in this celebration of 40 years of broadcasting with stories and photos from a truly unique Australian entertainment institution. Follow the much-loved show from its creation in 1981 and see the evolution from community radio to national success on the ABC. From performing at pubs, clubs and concert halls to the story behind their appearance at the MCG on Grand Final Day, discover the Coodabeens songs, sayings and ‘talkback’ characters which have become part of Australian language and culture. Featuring highlights from their favourite segments including Covey’s Quiz, Guru Bob,
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Categories: October Release and Sport.

Winning Homes

A fully illustrated photographic collection of award winning homes from the last century of Australian design and architecture, from the first competition won by the governors wife. Featuring many well-known architects and firms, homes of the prime ministers, archbishops and other notable individuals, and including houses that introduced construction techniques and styles that progressed the field. Full of illustrations, photos, plans and featuring a guided history of each house, providing context and theme. Carefully constructed by housing historian, Tim Reeves. ISBN: 9781925043518 Format: Paperback
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Categories: Home & Design and October Release.

The Book of Two Ways

Dawn Edelstein knows everything there is to know about dying. She specialises in helping her clients make peace with the end of their lives. But as she’s flying home from her latest case, she is forced to confront her own mortality for the first time. Instead of seeing her brilliant quantum physicist husband and their beloved daughter flash before her eyes in what she assumes are her last moments, only one face is shockingly clear: Wyatt Armstrong. Safely on the ground, Dawn now faces a desperate decision. Should she return to Boston, her family and the life she knows, or
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Categories: Fiction and September Release.

The Lying Life of Adults

‘Two years before leaving home my father said to my mother that I was very ugly. The sentence was uttered under his breath, in the apartment that my parents, newly married, had bought in Rione Alto, at the top of Via San Giacomo dei Capri. Everything – the spaces of Naples, the blue light of a very cold February, those words – remained fixed. But I slipped away, and am still slipping away, within these lines that are intended to give me a story, while in fact I am nothing, nothing of my own, nothing that has really begun or
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Categories: Fiction and September Release.