Archives for July Release

The Boy in the Red Dress – COMING JULY

New Year’s Eve, 1929. Millie is the emcee of the Cloak & Dagger, an LGTQ-friendly speakeasy deep in the heart of the French Quarter, full of bootleg booze, cabaret acts, and where the New Orleans elite comes out to play. Her best friend, Marion, is the star of the show–his diehard fans wouldn’t miss a performance from the boy in the red dress. And together they rule the underground scene. Then a young socialite draped in furs starts asking questions, wielding a photograph of a boy who looks a lot like Marion. When the socialite’s body is found slumped in
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Categories: Childrens and July Release.

Eventown – COMING IN JULY

The world tilted for Elodee this year, and now it’s impossible for her to be the same as she was before. Not when her feelings have such a strong grip on her heart. Not when she and her twin sister, Naomi, seem to be drifting apart. So when Elodee’s mom gets a new job in Eventown, moving seems like it might just fix everything.Indeed, life in Eventown is comforting and exciting all at once. Their kitchen comes with a box of recipes for Elodee to try. Everyone takes the scenic way to school or work-past rows of rosebushes and unexpected
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Categories: Childrens and July Release.

Mirka & Georges

The impact of Mirka and Georges Mora on Australian art and food has been remarkable. Arriving in Melbourne in 1951 from Paris, they energised local society and transformed the culinary and artistic landscapes. Their apartment became a hub for the bohemian set, and their cafes and restaurants brimmed with sophisticated food, sexual intrigue and creative endeavours. Mirka’s distinctive art, now collected by major galleries, was a vital part of this heady mix. Their eateries were magnets to the rich and famous, a who’s who of the art world and those looking for a seriously good time. Mick Jagger was a
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Categories: Coming Soon, Food & Cooking, and July Release.

Women’s Weekly Everyday Vegetarian

More people now, than ever before, are embracing a plant-based diet in some form. This special collection contains hundreds of our favourite meat-free recipes that show vegetarian food at its best, using simple, everyday ingredients from your local supermarket. So whether you’re thinking about reducing your meat intake or have already made the switch, then this book is for you. ISBN: 9781925865110
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Categories: Coming Soon, Food & Cooking, and July Release.

People Without Power

An eye-opening account of populism, the most important – and misunderstood – movement of our time. Everything we think we know about populism is wrong. Today, populism is seen as a frightening thing, a term pundits use to describe the racist philosophy of Donald Trump and European extremists. But this is a mistake. The real story of populism is an account of enlightenment and liberation; it is the story of democracy itself, of its ever-widening promise of a decent life for all. Taking us from the tumultuous 1890s, when the radical left-wing US Populist Party fought plutocrats, to the triumphs
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Categories: Coming Soon, July Release, and Non-fiction.

Step-By-Step Veg Patch

Step-by-step Veg Patch- How to Grow Your Own Food in Australia contains brilliantly simple instructions on how to grow the most common vegetables, fruits and herbs (including 275 varieties), especially designed for Australian climates. You just look up the crop you want to grow, then follow the photographic instructions and practical advice about starting, nurturing, harvesting and pruning. This fully revised edition includes clear and helpful yearly planners for vegetables and fruit crops, as well as information on how to plan and prepare your space. Whether you have a few pots inside, a small raised bed, a vegetable patch or a
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Categories: Coming Soon, Gardening, and July Release.