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Wool: The Australian Story
by Roger McDonald & Amanda Burdon with photography by Richard Woldendorp
It was once said that if the sheep station represented Australian autocracy, then the shearing shed was the true republic. Here, in 40 degree heat wrestling big wethers, every shearer is equal and judged only by their capacity for work. The definitive history of the wool industry in wonderfully colourful and lively photographs and power word im...
Price A$39.95
Piercing the Ground
by Christine Watson
With its sense that the stunning paintings from the Western Desert bear more than meets the eye, Christine Watson's Piercing the Ground stands as a highly original and groundbreaking elucidation of Kutjungka painting and a significant addition to what is known as 'the anthropology of art'. A fitting tribute to her indigenous mentors, this book shou...
Price A$39.95
Beyond the Lattice
by Susan Sickert
What did Broome look like fifty or one hundred years ago? Who built the town and who sustained it? How come the ambience of the town was so unmistakably Asian? What was life really like in this hot town where diverse cultures rubbed shoulders, with only gambling, religious and secular festivals for diversion in a harsh and isolated environment? Wha...
Price A$35
Pippin Drysdale: Lines of Sight
by Ted Snell
This is a major monograph on internationally renowned ceramic artist, Pippin Drysdale, which situates her within Australian and international visual culture of the last half century. It is beautifully illustrated with over 60 colour and 40 black and white photographs of Pippin¡¯s works and working practices.
Price A$49.95
Badudu Stories: Too Big for your Boots
by by May O'Brien with illustrations by Angela Leaney
When Bindabinda's teacher tells her she¡¯s too big for her boots, she worries about what it might mean. The last time she wore shoes was two years ago. When all the kids in her class start to tease her about having a body too big for her feet, Bindabinda takes things into her own hands and decides to stop eating. This is a true story based on the...
Price A$12.95

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PMP Exam Prep, Fifth Edition
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First launch in Melbourne for 2013

A rich, illustrated - and entertaining -- history of the iconic Grand Central Terminal, from one of New York City's favorite writers, just in time to celebrate the train station's 100th fabulous anniversary. In the winter of 1913, Grand Central Station was officially opened and immediately became one of the most beautiful and recognizable Manhattan landmarks. In this celebration of the one hundred year old terminal, Sam Roberts of The New York Times looks back at Grand Central's conception, amazing history, and the far-reaching cultural effects of the station that continues to amaze tourists and shuttle busy commuters. Along the way, Roberts will explore how the Manhattan transit hub truly foreshadowed the evolution of suburban expansion in the country, and fostered the nation's westward expansion and growth via the railroad. With stories about everything from the famous movies that have used Grand Central as a location to the celestial ceiling in the main lobby (including its stunning mistake) to the homeless denizens who reside in the building's catacombs, this is a fascinating and, exciting look at a true American institution.


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