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              My Brilliant Career
               

              My Brilliant Career (Hardback, Contains 1 Hardback)

              By Franklin, Miles

              • RRP: $29.99
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              My Brilliant Career, by Mile Franklin, recounts the story of Sybylla, a rebellious young girl growing up in early 20th century Australia. Refusing to be bound to her rich and handsome suitor, Sybylla embarks on a journey to discover her own personal passion and the importance of ...choosing one's destiny. From its depiction of early rural life in the country to a timeless account of romance and the meaning of independence, the novel became one of the major Australian works of its time.
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              ISBN 9780648509820
              Published AU 25 Oct 2019
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              Village to Village: Misadventures in France
               

              Village to Village: Misadventures in France (Paperback)

              By Kershaw, Alister

              • RRP: $29.99
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              In this witty and entertaining illustrated memoir, Alister Kershaw describes the pleasures of his prolonged residence in France - a country of villages - from 1948, when even Paris was a series of villages. In post-war Paris, Kershaw lived a penniless but joyous existence and cap...tures a Paris long gone.
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              ISBN 9781922384164
              Published AU 1 Jul 2020
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              Cheers to Childbirth - A Dad's Guide to Childbirth Support

              Cheers to Childbirth - A Dad's Guide to Childbirth Support (Paperback, 2nd edition)

              By Bloom, Lucy

              • RRP: $29.99
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              For more than a decade, Aussie dads have prepared for fatherhood with this best-selling guide to childbirth. And pregnant women are reading it too. This here is the best childbirth book as recommended by midwives, obstetricians and expectant couples all over Australia. Childbirth... can be a daunting prospect for men who are usually overlooked when it comes to birth preparation. Yet, when it comes to the big day, they are expected to know exactly how to support their partner through what can be the most physically challenging and emotionally charged event in their whole lives. Birth is not a spectator sport and support partners have a profound impact on their partner's birth experience. This book tells it to you straight, without the fluff, all wrapped in down-to-earth birth stories from the trenches of birthing units and home birth pools all over the country. Discover how to help your partner have a faster, easier birth. Learm what to say and what not to say during childbirth, understand how to adjust your support for each stage of labour. This book gives dads-to-be (and any other support people) the info they need to be involved in the birth of their baby in the best way possible, together with birth stories from men who've been there before and learned the hard way. And sometimes the funny way. Always the hands-on way.
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              ISBN 9780648700302
              Published AU 1 Jul 2020
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              Everest and Beyond: The Himalayas by Bike

              Everest and Beyond: The Himalayas by Bike (Hardback)

              By Skinner, Chris

              • RRP: $46.99
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              When Chris Skinner's mate Stew asked where he'd like to go for his 60th, no one expected Mt Everest by motorbike . If you're used to creature comforts, wary about what you eat, and never know when you'll need patching up in a good hospital, you might think extreme locations are n...ot for suburban folk like you. People can read Everest and Beyond to find out if that's right. After following this sometimes awkward, sometimes inspiring journey to Everest and Lhasa, readers may set off in pursuit of their own inappropriate objectives. This is the story of a bold plan-rashly formulated over quite a few drinks, and carried out by people more likely to be seen in VIP lounges than the slopes above Base Camp, or struggling for breath in the world's highest towns. On trusty Royal Enfields they rode the highest roads on the planet with white knuckles beneath black skies, through savage conditions, boggy roads and closed highways, armed checkpoints, dubious food and the occasional hot shower. They braved brutal altitudes for one of the rarest views on Earth-Mount Everest on a clear day. Along the way they met fantastic strangers who became fast friends-and saw the outlandish in a mystical land.
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              ISBN 9781925043495
              Published AU 1 Jul 2020
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              The Only Way Home: One Woman, Two Donkeys and an Extraordinary Outback Journey of Healing and Renewal

              The Only Way Home: One Woman, Two Donkeys and an Extraordinary Outback Journey of Healing and Renewal (Paperback)

              By Byron, Liz

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              On a warm day in May 2004 Liz Byron set off from Cooktown with her two companions, donkeys Grace and Charley, on a self-imposed challenge to walk 2500 kilometres of the Bicentennial National Trail over 9 months. This epic journey was a rite of passage to mark leaving 40 years of ...marriage and embarking on life as a single woman at the age of 61. She foresaw that self-reliance, physical stamina and route-finding would be challenges but couldn't have known how the environment in Queensland was to test her to the limit. Years of drought had left much of her route a dusty wasteland, without food or water for her animals. Years of suffering from childhood abuse and a family tragedy had left her unwilling to ask for help. Walking became a meditation, an exercise in being in the moment even when that moment was 43 degrees or she hadn't eaten for 7 hours. In her moving memoir, Liz reveals how she healed herself step by step on the way to her new home in northern NSW - by learning to trust her intuition, the wisdom of her animals and the kindness of strangers.
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              ISBN 9781925868203
              Published AU 1 Mar 2020
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              Nail your Renovation without getting Screwed: Tips and Advice from an Award-Winning Builder

              Nail your Renovation without getting Screwed: Tips and Advice from an Award-Winning Builder (Paperback)

              By Steve Burke and Suzanne Burke

              • RRP: $34.99
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              Secrets of a builder 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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              ISBN 9781925403510
              Published AU 5 May 2019
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              Auckland's Best Bush, Coast & City Walks: The Full-Colour Guide to Over 40 Fantastic Walks
                

              Auckland's Best Bush, Coast & City Walks: The Full-Colour Guide to Over 40 Fantastic Walks (Paperback)

              By Fitter, Julian

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              Detailed descriptions, clear directions and colour maps help the reader explore Auckland's parks, bushland, coast and beaches, rivers and most interesting urban areas.

              ISBN 9781921874581
              Published AU 15 Apr 2012
              Publisher Woodslane Pty Ltd
              Interest Age 14+ years
              Series WOODSLANE WALKING GUIDES
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              5 Seconds: What Would You Do If You Could See 5 Seconds into the Future?

              5 Seconds: What Would You Do If You Could See 5 Seconds into the Future? (Paperback)

              By Kok, Stephen

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              5 Seconds is a Young Adult 70 page graphic novel which follows Jakes life as he discovers he can see what happens 5 seconds in the future. With his best friend Ellie, the two of them decide to test out exactly what Jake can do! Unfortunately others also find out about Jakes power... and they seek to exploit his unique time bending skill set! 5 Seconds has ACTION, ADVENTURE, ROMANCE and a sprinkling of THE FUTURE thrown in.
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              ISBN 9780994289926
              Published AU 5 Jan 2017
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              Breaking the Gender Code: How to Use What You Already Have to Get What You Actually Want
               

              Breaking the Gender Code: How to Use What You Already Have to Get What You Actually Want (Paperback)

              By Dobson, Danielle

              • RRP: $34.99
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              Do you feel as though you are constantly 'on' and you want to find a way to switch off? Do you project as though everything is under control from the outside but on the inside you are barely keeping your head above water? That each day is a constant juggle of competing priorities...? Rather than juggling the two worlds of career and life, what if you could create a third alternative, your own, new evolved world: one that works for you rather than against you? Breaking the Gender Code not only unpacks why we feel the constant pressure to keep all of the balls in the air but also where it all came from. It looks at how the cultural myths created and reinforced over millennia underpin our expectations today and aren't serving us. Over two years Danielle interviewed over 50 women (and a few men) in leadership roles - including the C-suite (CEOs, CFOs, COOs, CIOs), senior VPs, partners, directors, senior executives - who are also parents. The majority of the women work for large corporates including Westpac, CBA, HSBC, Macquarie, Caltex, Toyota, EY, Woolworths, Atlassian, SAP, Medibank and other well-known Australian international organisations. What she unravels is that we are all operating under the Gender Code. It is a code embedded into our culture throughout history, perpetuated in philosophy, enlightenment science and patriarchal capitalism. The code dictates the rules of belonging based on gender and determines how we think, how we feel, what is acceptable and whats not. Its sometimes obvious, but mostly its insidious, lurking in families, workplaces and communities. This book puts the Gender Code under the microscope and scrutinizes the equation of productivity + business = worthiness. In the process it dismantles outdated motherhood, superwoman and the having it all myths. The Gender Code is driving high personal expectations, unconsciously holding women back and limiting potential. This book challenges the reader to question, understand, ask, reorient, and create.
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              ISBN 9781922391070
              Published AU 1 Jul 2020
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              Parenting Teenage Girls in the Age of a New Normal
                

              Parenting Teenage Girls in the Age of a New Normal (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Mitchell, Michelle

              Our girls have been born in a unique time in history... They have been given experiences and opportunities which former generations could have only dreamt about, but they are also facing challenges which have not confronted any other generation in the same way. Entitlement. Irreg...ular emotions. Obsession with social media...
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              ISBN 9780648084525
              Published AU 5 Aug 2017
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