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  • The Twilight Years

    Jonathan Tromane

    The World's population is aging and thanks to advances in medicine, people are living longer; many however still contract various major medical conditions in different stages of their lives. This is a lively, personal account of working as a Caregiver in the Australian Healthcare System. Jonathan describes his experiences caring for a variety of people with a range of physical and mental disa

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  • Relationships

    Bazza

    An impressive piece of work by Bazza. An inspirational journey, delving deep into the nature of God, and the Cosmos with comments on various religious systems, definitely critical of all forms of dogma. The author is a practising psychotherapist who has put a lifetime of research and experience into this comprehensive and coherent explanation and possible solution to the thorny issues of our time. He pro

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  • Letters to My Child

    Bazza

    In Letters to My Child, spiritual mentor, Bazza, reflects on what he has learned over the course of his life through penning a series of letters addressed to his child. He presents a range of topics, including the nature of God, the Soul, reincarnation, and how one should conduct meaningful relationships with others. Throughout his writing, Bazza draws on multiple spiritual experiences and traditions

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  • The Undoing of Everything

    Bark Eurich

    Dogs don't need to be trained how to think or act like dogs, they do it naturally all by themselves, and have done so for tens of thousands of years. Whether today we modern humans choose to understand them or not can only ever be down to each of us as individuals. But a reward for taking the time to understand just how to be at one with our closest link with nature, is that in getting to know them,

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  • The Memory Thief

    Zara Ahmed

    Dementia affects a large number of the population, whether they have dementia themselves or are caring for someone with dementia. With advice, anecdotes and reminders to lose the guilt, laugh at the funny moments and not take it all personally, Zara Ahmed helps you navigate the complexity and truth of dementia.

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  • Mamils Behaving Badly

    Aiden Heke

    In 2009, five friends cycled from London to Paris for a worthy cause, unwittingly starting them on a path of bipedal enlightenment and adventure. Nearly seven thousand kilometres and ten years later, they have seen most of France, Italy and Northern Spain, rediscovering the joy of good, clean fun. While many of us enter middle age with some trepidation in anticipation of physical and mental decline, the Whiskey Bo

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  • It will be OK

    Allaire

    reassurance for parents and a humorous reflection on haphazard parenting of four kids from birth to adulthood  

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  • Man and Mother Nature

    John J. Mulhall

    Man currently stands at the apex of his remarkable ascent and power; master of all he surveys and unchallenged by any other species he shares the planet with. Whether he believes his ascent was divinely ordained by an omnipotent being in the sky called God, or that he evolved from a remote simian ancestor, he has turned his back on Mother Nature who first gave him life. In Man and Mother Nature, John

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  • Avoiding the Autobahn

    Tony Straw

    Returning home after years away, a reunion with old friends leads to newly-retired Kiwis Lee and Tony Straw setting off on a journey to Central Europe. The plan is to visit those friends in Berlin, but New Zealanders don't travel such long distances for just a single destination. So the journey grows. And grows. Their meanderings take them through San Francisco to Germany and several countries sharing a

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  • The Unraveling of the Dawson City insider, 1997-99

    Christopher Ross

    Government mistrust and corruption. Bear attacks. International border disputes. Captured outlaws. Economic collapse. All the stuff of big city newspapers and deep-rooted journalism, right? Wrong. Step back into the world of the Dawson City Insider, the Klondike's first weekly newspaper in over forty years. This true tale captures the e

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  • Becoming French

    Lisa Webb

    Moving to a new house is stressful enough. Imagine, then, moving to a new country. That's what Lisa and Kevin did. A job transfer to France meant leaving the familiarity of Canada for life in a foreign country. Not the easiest thing, especially when you don't speak the language. At first reluctantly and full of doubt, Lisa arrives in Paris with Kevin. Mourning the distance of family an

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  • My Psychic Life

    Marianne Green

    This book delves deep into the paranormal world as seen and experienced by Marianne, an extraordinarily psychic individual. She shares her astonishing and humbling eye witness encounters with those from a spiritual energy dimension close to our own Earth plane. Marianne describes her unusual paranormal upbringing and later development as a well-known psychic-medium. She introduces her intuitively gifted

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