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  • Salt Water and Spear Tips

    Thor F. Jensen

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    A Danish filmmaker, under the apprenticeship of three Papua New Guinean master sailors, set off from Milne Bay, Papua New Guinea, on the 30th of August 2016 on a world-record circumnavigation of the island of New Guinea in a traditional sailing canoe called the Tawali Pasana. Over the course of 13 months and 21 days - and some 6300 km of high adventure - what became known as ‘the fellowship of

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  • The Written Stars

    Hannah Carstens

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    There are certain things they don't teach you in school: 1) evolution messes up sometimes; 2) jumping off high buildings can be hazardous to your health; and 3) familiars - as in the seemingly normal animals that grant superhuman abilities - are real, just not in the way you think. Parker King is dropped into a world he didn't know existed, filled with people who can do impossible things,

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  • Four Becomes the One

    Michael Dowle

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    October 1954 Peter Johnson is born in Manchester, after a difficult birth, to his mother Brenda; the fourth son to her and husband, Jim. Unknowingly, his father wished for a daughter. One year later, Jim tells Brenda how he feels, unable to bond closely with their youngest son. So, for the next seven years, she banishes him from their marital bed; until Peter has his eighth birthday. Things ch

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  • Dear Keelen

    Jessica Leigh

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    Addyson Mae has always been the girl that did things the ‘proper' way. She excelled at school, graduated from university and landed a stable job. But after the breakdown of her engagement and the torment of her mother's failing health, she flees Sydney for the dazzling lights and blueberry bagels of Los Angeles. There, she is determined to pursue her dream of writing a bestseller and has no intention

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  • Keep Them Close

    Betty Rose

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    Born into a hard-working, loving, rural Irish family, the adored and protected Robina, only daughter of Mary and Michael Moran, moves to Liverpool to study nursing and spread her wings. Her innocent beauty captivates Moses, a strikingly handsome man of Jamaican descent, who has a past steeped in betrayal and rejection, so different from Robina's. They fall hopelessly in love and dream of the perfect life as th

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  • All-in Good Time

    April Meersman

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    Living under an orange-grey sky, a shattered few humans from the first ever recorded pole shift must learn to not only survive but to thrive. Raging forest fires, lava fields and flooding have made the earth almost completely uninhabitable. After enduring two years of prairie dust storms and drought, April and her adult children are now offered the gift of freedom. With a pole shift resetting the earth and rogue c

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  • Captain Jack

    Adam Hockley

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    In the past, technology was steam powered and people believed everything yet to be invented would be steam powered. Cities would float in the air, powered by the smoky stuff. It follows, then, that in a prediction told as a fanciful tale by a father to little George, the technology would also be steam-driven, like the ships and aircrafts. Also, the price of alcohol would have dropped in the future,

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  • Lanuola

    J.M. Rodier

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    Lanuola, meaning ‘colourful', is a children's story on a real-life killer living in not just our Great Barrier Reef but also other coral reefs across the Pacific oceans. The Crown of Thorn starfish can cause great devastation to these reefs and to everything that lives within them. Nature's real heroes, the Giant Snails, Wrasse and Trigger fish all work to control this threat.

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  • Milky and Max Sail to Saturn

    Maria Sproulle

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    In her next adventure in space, Milky and her friend, Pella, manage to free Max from the Institution where he has been kept prisoner. They can now, with Professor Boogle's latest invention, accompany their Martian friends on an exciting journey to Saturn. However, the mission becomes even more dangerous as war erupts between the Titanics and the Snottites. It's up to Milky, Max and Oogli Woogli to s

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  • Animals of The Ark

    Anne Vickers

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    Long, long ago In the far distant past, The storm clouds were black And the rain came down fast.   Join Noah and the animals on an alphabet adventure in this fun and funny illustrated tale.

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  • Sneaky Puss Goes Exploring

    Pauline Malkoun and Rick Sgambellone

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    Sneaky Puss is a curious cat who can find fun in any place. With each turn of the page, Sneaky Puss finds something extraordinary. Join him as he explores his home and see what he gets up to.

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  • TimeSpan

    Hilary Downey

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    TimeSpan reflects on the changing lives of people as they age. Everyone remains important because collectively all people shape society, the best of what is within them contributing to the advance of our current civilisation. Spiritual philosophy helps make sense of the world. It seeps into the consciousness like drops of water trickling into a pool, becoming real when applied to life which then changes.

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