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  • Sachiko

    By Caren Stelson

    Hardback, AUS $27.99, NZ $29.99
    A fresh and heartbreaking perspective on a story we think we already know.

  • Secret Soldiers: How the U.S. Twenty-Third Special Troops Fooled the Nazis

    By Paul B. Janeczko

    Hardback, AUS $29.99, NZ $34.99
    What do set design, sound effects, and showmanship have to do with winning World War II? Meet the Ghost Army that played a surprising role in helping to deceive — and defeat — the Nazis.

  • Secrets of Greymoor

    By Clara Gillow Clark

    Hardback, AUS $27.99, NZ $31.99
    In this nineteenth-century mystery, a spunky girl strives to decipher a code in order to recover her family’s lost fortune.

  • See You at Harry's

    By Jo Knowles

    Hardback, AUS $27.99, NZ $29.99
    Starting middle school brings all the usual challenges — until the unthinkable happens, and Fern and her family must find a way to heal.

  • See You at Harry's

    By Jo Knowles

    Paperback, AUS $16.99, NZ $18.99
    “Completely, tragically believable situations elevate this sad, gripping tale to a must-read level.” — Kirkus Reviews (starred review)

  • September 11, 2001

    By Wilborn R. Hampton

    Paperback, AUS $19.99, NZ $22.99
    The award-winning Wilborn Hampton recounts one horrifying day in history through the eyes of several who experienced it firsthand.

  • Short

    Paperback, AUS $19.99, NZ $21.99

  • Short and Scary

    By Various
    Illustrated by Various

    Paperback, AUS $19.99, NZ $21.99
    An anthology of creepy and scary stories from some of Australia's much-loved creators.

  • Siege: How General Washington Kicked the British Out of Boston and Launched a Revolution

    By Roxane Orgill

    Hardback, AUS $27.99, NZ $29.99
    Step back to British-held Boston and hear the voices of citizens, militiamen, and redcoats at a turning of the tide in the American Revolution, brought to life in Roxane Orgill’s deft verse.

  • Sinking the Sultana

    By Sally M. Walker

    Hardback, AUS $34.99, NZ $37.99
    The worst maritime disaster in American history wasn’t the Titanic. It was the steamboat Sultana on the Mississippi River — and it could have been prevented.

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