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Cull

Stafford Ray
9780992590024
2014-09-01
A$9.99
Woodslane Press

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An international tale of intrigue and conspiracy. Originally conceived as a play set in The White House, this political thriller is impossible to put down.
Harry Fromm, ambassador for the US, finds himself party to an international conspiracy to solve the twin problems of overpopulation and climate change by destroying half the world's population. Pursued by the CIA across the US and into Canada, he is aided and protected by his Russian friend Yuri. When Harry and Yuri are arrested by Canadian Police, the violent deaths of more than three billion people seem inevitable.


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Disturbing the Dust

Pauline James
9780994275455
2015-05-01
A$9.99
Woodslane Press

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Jenny Tomlinson has complex feelings about her unusual childhood in England. She is teaching at a school in Australia, when memories of traumatic events, also concerning a dear friend Terry, surface, become intrusive and begin to threaten her emotional well-being. She knows she needs to examine them further and, on returning home, her subsequent quest to prove Terry innocent has unexpected repercussions.
This authentic and moving novel explores the psychological fallout from false accusations - on both the victims and the accusers - and the power of perseverance, forgiveness and love.


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Drake the Dragonboy

Rebecca Schultz
9780987607621
2014-04-01
A$4.99
Woodslane Press

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Drake Dramco's father is head of Thermodynamics in Dragonland and has invented a shield called a force field to protect the dragonfolk from the terrifying Quintas. Drake thinks his father is a superhero even though his father is too busy to spend time with his family.
When Drake's father is kidnapped, Drake, Juniper and Ronan - another dragon boy who is tougher than Drake - literally fly into an adventure in their quest to find him. He has been taken to a city across the wasteland through the force field. After exhaustive preparations, the young dragon folk set out into the unknown.
The precarious journey, their experience with the Quintas, the relationships of the adventurers and the unravelling of the mystery will keep young readers enthralled. The young friends discover the real facts about the force field and Drake's father. Drake, not his dad, is the real superhero.


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Every Day With ADHD
Understanding the World of Your Child With ADHD
Kerry Cooney
9781921874932
2019-06-01
A$19.99
Woodslane Press

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After years of working with parents and their ADHD children, it became apparent to author Kerry Cooney that there were unmet needs in families where a child had been diagnosed with ADHD. A lack of knowledge and specific tools for ADHD was also causing concern for professionals who desperately wanted information on how best to assist these children and families. Very few people truly understood ADHD and its impact on the child and the family, many having the view that a child with ADHD is simply naughty, far too demanding and uncontrollable.
It is the author's belief that the controversial aspects of the existence of ADHD and the use of medication kept the focus away from the child and the family's real issues often preventing any hope of clarity and moving towards a positive outcome. Along with the need for understanding was a disturbing lack of support for the child and family dealing with ADHD.
This book has been written for parents, carers and teachers of children with ADHD, to help understand the world of their child along with providing workable strategies for every day living.


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Forest Secrets

David Laing
9780987587978
2014-03-01
A$4.99
Woodslane Press

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A Rhotosaurus, a phantom kid, a ghost mountain and a "Bushman Extraordinaire" called Reginald Blowhard, all come together to form David Laing's latest tale, "Forest Secrets" the third book of his trilogy for young adults.
The protagonist is a young Aboriginal girl called Jars, who, along with her faithful dog, Shadow and her tearaway cousin, Snook, embark on an adventure neither will forget.On an impulse, they enter the Cray Bay Photographic competition, which takes them to the Gorge Camping Ground. And that is when their plans are shattered - by an eerie and sudden darkness that comes over the gorge. But that's not all - they are visited by a cheeky possum called Charlie, their bothersome camping companion and Reginald Blowhard finds himself in strife in lots of ways, and, along the way, our heroes just happen to discover "The Find of the Century".


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Forest Shadows

David Laing
9780987497062
2013-06-01
A$4.99
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Several things happen on the eve of the long weekend: Jars Kelly and her cousin Snook are accused of stealing some valuable gem stones from the local jewellers; strange lights are seen hovering above their town, Cray Bay; and the bumbling Quenton Quigley stumbles across a riddle that could lead them to a hidden treasure. To find out what the riddle means, an adventure full of mystery, excitement and intrigue, plus lots of twists and turns, begins.
It all takes place in a dense Tasmanian rain forest where Jars and Snook accidently meet an old Chinese prospector called Wu Han who has a secret - the secret of the riddle. That's when the fun begins. There is a race between their old enemies the Grimshaws, the smelly visitors from outer space known as The Collectors and the Kelly kids.
Why are The Collectors lurking in the forest and why is Wu Han so afraid of them?
Who will be the first to solve the riddle and find the treasure?
Why is their Headmaster in for a big surprise when school resumes after the long weekend?


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Forest Spirit

David Laing
9780987410368
2012-11-01
A$4.99
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An exciting read, this book is an action-packed yarn: adventure, mystery, magic, suspense, spiritualism, Aboriginal and Australian culture, with a cast of interesting characters including a wombat and a German Shepherd. A book about loyalty, trust and true friendship.
Jacinta Kelly (Jars), a part Aboriginal girl living in the Northern Territory who is orphaned when a buffalo charges her family's ute, tragically killing her mother, father and brother. Because she has no other family members in the NT, she is sent to live with her uncle, aunt and cousin (Snook) in Tasmania.
Snook and Jars quickly become friends, and along with Quenton Quigley, the annoying but not altogether bad son of the mayor of the area, they have an adventure when they go camping in the forest with Snook's father. Jars meets the Forest Spirit - an apparition that has appeared in her dreams and now asks for her help to uncover a secret in the Tasmanian bush.
Jars, her cousin Snook and the bumbling Quenton Quigley begin and adventure in the wilderness that takes many unexpected twists and turns! At the end of the story, the mystery of Jars' dream of an ancient man who later appears in a rock carving in a forest cave is solved. Jars also begins to overcome the grief of losing her family as she learns that they will always be with her.


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Girl with Wings

Jennifer Bradley; Rob Cowan
9780994275493
2015-04-28
A$6.99
Woodslane Press

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Jessica Mackay has one dream - to be a pilot. Jessica lives on her family farm at Narromine, New South Wales, in the 1920s - the best place for a would-be pilot. Her father developed a passion for flying in Egypt during World War I, and Narromine lies close to the heart of Australia's budding aviation industry.
Even though women were among the first people to take on the challenge of the skies, Jessica's ambitions are not supported by everyone, most notably her grandfather who has firm ideas about 'a woman's place' in the world.
As a junior member of the new Narromine Aero Club, Jessica is well-placed to meet pioneer aviators such as the legendary Sir Charles Kingsford Smith, as well as take part in the first Narromine Air Shows.
Jennifer Bradley's story of a young girl's passion for flying is based firmly on actual events in the fledgling Australian aviation industry.


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Golden Boy
The Albert Speer Story
Paula Astridge
9781925403138
2019-06-01
A$16.99
Woodslane Press

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Albert Speer was one of the most brilliant and controversial men of the Twentieth Century. Although he was the Adolf Hitlers favourite for many years, Speer refused to share in his suicide and was condemned to twenty years in Spandau Prison for war crimes. His open confession of guilt at the Nuremberg Trials spared him the noose but, to this day, a question mark hangs over his head. What was the level of his involvement in the Holocaust? Was he a man of integrity caught up in a web of evil from which he couldnt escape - or was he just clever and convincing enough to have obscured the worst of his sins? No-one has ever argued convincingly one way or the other. Paula Astridges very personal - and exhaustively researched account - will both entertain and enable the reader to draw their own conclusions.


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How to Be a Successful Consultant

Don Matlock
9781921874031
2019-06-01
A$19.99
Woodslane Press

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Written in an easy-to-read style, this work is suitable for anyone who operates as a consultant. How to be a Successful Consultant contains strategies and techniques for increased success by focusing on key topics such as: self-promotion, communication, building credibility and building and maintaining relationships. If you have decided to become an independent consultant, you face two challenges: being good at what you do, and being good at bringing in the business. You might be a management consultant, an architect, a writer, a trainer, an engineer, a product-placement expert, a designer, a stylist, a musician, a financial advisor, a computer- systems analyst or something else, all occupations that require specific and different sets of skills. However in every case you need another set of skills, common to all, knowing how to seek, obtain and serve clients. Thats where this book comes in. Youll find strategies and techniques to help you be more successful in here. Its about planning, building, and maintaining relationships with your clients and prospects.


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How to Sell Your Business
24 Steps to Help You Get the Best Price
Don Matlock
9781921874048
2019-06-01
A$19.99
Woodslane Press

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How To Sell Your Business is tailored primarily for the owners of small to medium sized privately owned businesses, it contains a route map of the main factors you need to be both aware of and to consider in contemplating the sale process. It offers clear vision and methodology through what can be a very complicated & stressful process. Drawing on Don Matlocks twenty plus years of personal experience selling, & consulting on the selling, of businesses big and small the book will be must have guide to anyone entering this potential minefield. It shows you how to value your business, present for sale, maximise the price, find a potential buyer, handle due diligence and sign a contract for sale among other aspects.


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I Think My Dad Is a Spy

Sognia Vassallo; Jenny Wood
9780994275561
2015-06-01
A$6.99
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Sophie George lives with her father in the small town of Orchard Mead and works after school at their post office. She enjoys delivering the mail around the town, mainly because she likes to draw funny pictures based on some of the weirdos that live here. But lately, it's not just the locals who have been acting strange - her Dad has been acting pretty weird too!
Sophie's friend Janice is convinced he's a spy, but Sophie thinks that is ridiculous. However, the deeper they dig into her father's life, the more confused Sophie becomes. The evidence all seems to add up: the mysterious phone calls, a Russian connection and a mysterious note.
Could Janice be right; is her Dad really a spy?


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In the Way of the Reich

Paula Astridge
9781925403145
2019-06-01
A$16.99
Woodslane Press

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Hermann Goering, one of the most senior members of the Third Reich, was one of those responsible for murdering millions. His brother Albert risked his own life to rescue hundreds of Jews from the nazi death machine. Ernst Udet won the Blue Max for his record number of kills. Captain Wilm Hosenfeld used his position in the Wehrmacht to save many persecuted Poles. This is the story of their intertwining lives - of two men who worked in the way of Reich and two men who stood in the way of the Reich. Theirs are stories of exemplary courage and sacrifice, of extreme cruelty and flagrant disregard of the lives of others - of good versus evil and of how it can sometimes be difficult to distinguish the two. Exhaustively researched, this novel takes a long hard look at the lives of these four men and asks the universal questions - were they really all bad, or all good?


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My Happy Sad Mummy

Michelle Vasiliu; Lucia Masciullo
9780994256539
2015-05-01
A$4.99
Woodslane Press

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"Sometimes Mummy has happy days, where she talks and laughs all day long. Sometimes Mummy is sad. She cries all day and stays in bed. Sometimes she's so sad she has to go to hospital."
The symptoms of a mental illness can be challenging enough for adults to understand and live with. For a child whose parent lives with bipolar disorder, witnessing and experiencing the highs and lows that this particular mental illness brings with it can be very difficult for a child to process.
'My Happy Sad Mummy' provides both a starting point; for the necessary dialogue that will lead the child to a clearer awareness and understanding of their parent's illness, as well as comfort; to know that their experience is a shared one.
"I strongly recommend 'My Happy Sad Mummy' - I have not seen anything of its like before." - Professor Philip Mitchell (AM, Scientia Professor, Head of the School of Psychiatry, University of New South Wales and Director of the Black Dog Institute)
"Author Michelle's personal journey of living these experiences suffuses the book with meaning and a gentle humour, which will provide families with wonderful opportunities for conversation about making sense of the situation." - Rose Cuff (Executive Director, Satellite Foundation. Victorian FaPMI Coordinator - Families where a Parent has a Mental Illness).


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Nail Your Renovation Without Getting Screwed
Tips & Advice from an Award-Winning Builder
Steve Burke; Suzanne Burke
9781925868234
2019-07-01
A$22.99
Woodslane Press

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Nail Your Renovation Without Getting Screwed has everything you need to think about before you get started on your home renovation and then while it’s progressing. Learn from a professional builder and award-winning renovation specialist – Steve Burke – as he shares the tricks and traps to watch out for. The book includes invaluable advice on such topics as: how to make sure every step in your renovation is done in the right order; options for an environmentally sensitive renovation; checklists for kitchens, bathrooms and home extension projects; and how to avoid becoming a building horror story! With more than 20 years specialising in renovations, the authors have amassed a catalogue of stories and lessons learnt, met all sorts of interesting characters, and have discovered the many do’s and don’ts of renovating homes. The book is also full of inspirational before and after photographs.

 

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