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  • The Rise of the Remarkables: Brasswitch and Bot

    By Gareth Ward

    , AUS $16.99, NZ $19.99
    **eBook Edition** Drawn into a world of prejudice, deceit and danger, Wrench must master her powers, knowing they offer her only hope for survival . . . if they don’t destroy the world first.

  • The Rise of the Remarkables: Brasswitch and Bot

    By Gareth Ward

    , AUS $16.99, NZ $19.99
    **eBook Edition** Drawn into a world of prejudice, deceit and danger, Wrench must master her powers, knowing they offer her only hope for survival . . . if they don’t destroy the world first.

  • The River and the Book

    By Alison Croggon
    Illustrated by Katie Harnett

    , AUS $13.99, NZ $15.99
    **eBook Edition** Combining magical realism and fable, this lyrical tale is the story of a landscape and community destroyed by Western greediness.

  • The River and the Book

    By Alison Croggon
    Illustrated by Katie Harnett

    , AUS $13.99, NZ $15.99
    **eBook Edition** Combining magical realism and fable, this lyrical tale is the story of a landscape and community destroyed by Western greediness.

  • The River and the Book

    By Alison Croggon
    Illustrated by Katie Harnett

    Paperback, AUS $16.99, NZ $18.99
    Combining magical realism and fable, this lyrical tale is the story of a landscape and community destroyed by Western greediness.

  • The Scar Boys

    By Len Vlahos

    Hardback, AUS $24.99, NZ $27.99
    Playing in a punk rock band brings peace to a bullied teen in Len Vlahos's debut novel. A severely burned teenager. A guitar. Punk rock. The chords of a rock 'n' roll road trip in a coming-of-age novel that is a must-read story about finding your place i

  • The Scar Boys

    By Len Vlahos

    Paperback, AUS $15.99, NZ $17.99
    Playing in a punk rock band brings peace to a bullied teen in Len Vlahos's debut novel. A severely burned teenager. A guitar. Punk rock. The chords of a rock 'n' roll road trip in a coming-of-age novel that is a must-read story about finding your place i

  • The Short Knife

    By Elen Caldecott

    Hardback, AUS $29.99, NZ $32.99
    A wonderfully unique story of family, identity and language, set as the Saxons invade Britain in the 5th Century.

  • The Silent Stars Go By

    By Sally Nicholls
    Illustrated by Kate McKendrick Grove

    Hardback, AUS $29.99, NZ $32.99
    A stunning historical novel set at Christmas, from the acclaimed author of Things a Bright Girl Can Do.

  • The Stone Crown

    By Malcolm Walker

    Paperback, AUS $19.99, NZ $25.99
    An unusual mix of compelling contemporary narrative juxtaposed and intertwined with a lyrical Arthurian tale.

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